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Name: _____________________________________Section 1 – Research Question (Criteria B) (pick one):·   To what extent can humans live safely in areas prone to earthquakes?·   To what extent can humans live safely in areas prone to volcanoes?·   How can humans use science and technology to lessen the impact of earthquakes?·   How can humans use science and technology to lessen the impact of volcanoes?·   How can LEDCs better prevent, predict and rescue after an earthquake?Section 2 – Justify your Research Question (Criteria B)This research question is relevant to our unit because (here you must say how it links to any of the concepts/contexts and themes of the statement of inquiry).Statement of Inquiry: Key Concept: change The area that’s prone to the earthquake will change in terms of  environmentally, socially and economically and will have a impact on people’s lives and change the way that the country/city will develop and improve Related Concept: : management and interventionThis can be something that is found in the area after the earthquake has approached and this could change the way that people live in that area and in result to that they might lose or gain money in order to rebuild their businesses Global Context:  scientific and technical innovation This can help affect the scientific part of researching about earthquakes and in order for this to happen they must experiment on a real life earthquake to receive the correct information in order to prevent future problems due to earthquakes.                                           Section 3 – Action plan/Methods of Research (Criteria B)What to Research? Why Research it?Which sites or sources can help with this? DocumentWhen should I have completed this How is the environment impacted   after effects of a earthquake? I will research this in order to understand how the environment is affected after a earthquake has struck and if it’s the reason why people decide to live in areas prone to earthquakes.Dobre D., Dragomir C. S., Georgescu E. S. , 2013, EARTHQUAKE EFFECTS: THE IMPACT ON BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENT. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. II, PRINT ISSN 2285-6064, 5-10. Monday 8th 2018 What are the best reasons to live in areas prone to earthquakes? I’ll research this in order to understand why people choose to live in areas prone to earthquakes in the beginning? Unknown. “Why Do People Live in Areas Where Earthquakes Occur.” Why Do People Live in Areas. N.p., 9 May 2017. Web. 11 Jan. 2018. .Monday 8th 2018 What are the best ways to prepare for a earthquake and stay safe throughout it? I researched this to understand how people prepare for earthquakes and if so are they practical enough to be prepared for easily and convince people to live in areas prone to earthquakes. News, Daily. “How to Prepare for a Major Earthquake: The 11 Best Tips.” Daily News. Daily News, 25 Sept. 2017. Web. 15 Jan. 2018. . Tuesday 9th 2018 What is the strongest a earthquake that has ever stuck earth? This can link to the main question in away that explains what is the extent that humans can actually survive in a earthquake. Unknown. “World’s Largest Recorded Earthquake.” Geology. N.p., 24 Aug. 2016. Web. 11 Jan. 2018. . Tuesday 9th 2018 How have humans adapted to earthquakes? I can understand this by researching and I can learn how we did evolve over time. Shireen Gonzaga. “Human Adaptability in Ancient Ring of Fire Settlements.” EarthSky. N.p., 22 Feb. 2011. Web. 15 Jan. 2018. .Wednesday 10th 2018 Section 4 – Source Evaluation (Criteria D)OriginSourcesWho created it?Who is the author?When was it created?When was it published?Where was it published?Who is publishing it?Anything else we know about the document or author that is important?Source #1https://www.dailynews.com/2014/01/10/how-to-prepare-for-a-major-earthquake-the-11-best-tips/*no image*The City of Los Angeles, Ready L.A. program  *no image* January 10, 2014 at 4:02 pmL.AUnknown The source is reliable and shows many different techniques to help you stay safe Source #2http://earthsky.org/human-world/scientists-studying-human-endurance-adaptability-look-to-ancient-kuril-archipelago-settlements *No image * Shireen Gonzaga *no image* February 22, 2011 Unknown Shireen Gonzaga This source includes very well written and specific detail  PurposeSourcesWhy does this document exist?Why did the author create this piece of work? What is the intent?Why did the author choose this particular format?Who is the intended audience? Who was the author thinking would receive this?What does the document “say”?Can it tell you more than what is on the surface?Source #1https://www.dailynews.com/2014/01/10/how-to-prepare-for-a-major-earthquake-the-11-best-tips/ To help people who are experiencing the same issue To be informative towards the people who need information So that everyone everywhere can access it and Anyone who needed advice on what to do Gives information and advice on what to do in order to prepare for a earthquake Source #2http://earthsky.org/human-world/scientists-studying-human-endurance-adaptability-look-to-ancient-kuril-archipelago-settlements To give information on how we have evolved   To be informative and give information to whoever needs it So that anyone can access it Anyone who is interested in this It gives information about how we evolved and how we have improved orr safety Section 5 – Research and Citation (Criterion A, B + C): In this section you have to build up a base of information you can use to answer your research question (we expect to see information you have written in your own words that you think is useful).Citation 1:  Dobre D., Dragomir C. S., Georgescu E. S. , 2013, EARTHQUAKE EFFECTS: THE IMPACT ON BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENT. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. II, PRINT ISSN 2285-6064, 5-10. Research Summary:This website talks about how the environment is impacted after a earthquake and how it then affects us Citation 2:  Unknown. “Why Do People Live in Areas Where Earthquakes Occur.” Why Do People Live in Areas. N.p., 9 May 2017. Web. 11 Jan. 2018. . Research Summary: This article gives many reasons to why people decide to live in areas prone to earthquakes Citation 3:  News, Daily. “How to Prepare for a Major Earthquake: The 11 Best Tips.” Daily News. Daily News, 25 Sept. 2017. Web. 15 Jan. 2018. . Research Summary: This article gives many different ways to prepare for a earthquakes and the ways to keep you and/or your family safe Citation 4:   Unknown. “World’s Largest Recorded Earthquake.” Geology. N.p., 24 Aug. 2016. Web. 11 Jan. 2018. . Research Summary: This article gives important information about the largest earthquake that ever struck the earth and gives you a idea about how strong it is compared to a small earthquake.Citation 5:   Shireen Gonzaga. “Human Adaptability in Ancient Ring of Fire Settlements.” EarthSky. N.p., 22 Feb. 2011. Web. 15 Jan. 2018. . Research Summary: This atricle talks about how we have adapted and improved our skills Section 6 – Conclusion (Criterion A + D): Answer to the research question in a PEEC paragraph. Why do people decide to live in areas prone to hurricanesPeople decide to move to areas prone to hurricanes because Many of the Earth’s natural resources of energy, minerals, and soilSection 7 – Reflection (Criteria B): In the space below you need to write what you think went well and what could be improved if you were to do this exercise again.Answer:·       What I felt I did very well with this action plan and my research was…?·       If I could do this action plan again, I would do the following in order to improve the quality of my research, summary notes, and evaluations of sources?·       Which ATL skills did you use?·       Which did you use well?·       Which do you need to work on?

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