I chose this video because James Spann, a tornado chaser, explains how tornadoes are formed. It is a very clear video that explains, step by step, how tornadoes are formed. Simply put, tornadoes form from powerful thunderstorms called supercells. When conditions are just right a supercell can turn into a tornado with wind speeds ranging from 65-200 mph.
I chose this video by National Geographic because it shows, in real life, what a tornado looks like as it forms. Other students will observe as the supercell goes from a thunderstorm to a full-blown tornado. At the end of the video, you will see the tornado dissipate
I chose this video because it explains what to do in order to prepare for a tornado. After watching this video students should know exactly what to do to prepare if they know a tornado is imminent.
I chose this video because it was posted by a local news program telling families how to stay safe if a tornado is hitting your area. After watching this video students will know what to do in order to keep themselves and their family safe from a tornado.