* Often uses language-specific conventions to show the reason for the order of idea.
* Consistently acknowledges sources according to a recognized convention.
| Criterion C: Style and language Achievement Level | Level descriptors | Task specific clarification | 7-8 | * Creates work(s) that demonstrates(s) a high degree of thought, imagination and sensitivity.
* Makes perspective choices with frequently serve content, context, intention and which have a clear sense of audience.
According to human memory, tsunamis have been rare in the Indian Ocean. Tsunamis can be so dangerous because out in the middle of the ocean they can show as little as a foot of wave displacement; which explains why sailors and boaters don’t notice them sooner. The warning systems have sensors which pick up seismic waves and the earthquake ... earthquake and tsunami that affected Japan and the Indian Ocean earthquake affecting Southern Asia are both primary examples of natural disasters ...
Soon this powerful energy travels rapidly through the ocean; hundreds of miles per hour. Those people must especially beware of earthquakes that could possibly generate a tsunami ... These gigantic waves then crashed into the unsuspecting towns and people. The waves hit over eleven Indian countries and parts of Africa and Thailand. Outcome: Oral presentation Assessed on: * Criterion B: Organizing * Criterion C: Style and language * Criterion D: Using language Done by: Bana Taher Year: MYP Y3 “8C” Teacher: Mrs.Sara Refai Done by: Bana Taher Year: MYP Y3 “8C” Teacher: Mrs. Alexander Third Year Writing Natural Disasters: Why Haven’t We Learned From Them Yet?George Santayan, a famous Spanish-American philosopher, once said, “Everything is life is lyrical in its ideal essence, tragic in its fate and comic in its existence,” (“Quotable Quote” 1)....The fault line that this earthquake took place at was, thirteen hundred kilometers long.The abnormally large area of space that this earthquake took place, it displaced the earth a number of meters. Indonesian island of Sumatra, the closest inhabited area to the epicenter of the earthquake, was devastated by the tsunami. experiences have been seen after other natural disasters.Natural Disasters have been explained in multiple ways; whether it is the fantastical religious ways or in the squinty science way, everyone has their own belief on why things such as natural disasters happen- things such as; earthquakes; floods; fires; tornadoes; volcanoes; tsunamis- the list goes on and on.All of these things bring destruction and chaos to innocent people and their homes; destroying lively communities.