In this month’s paired texts, two nonfiction texts about the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea, explore both the beauty and the destructive power of volcanoes. We can’t wait for “Beauty and Disaster” and “The Power of Kilauea” to ignite your students’ curiosity about one of the most magnificent geological features on Earth. After reading both articles, explore the resources below to keep the learning going.
Post these questions in your classroom for students to refer to as they explore the resources:
- Why does nature deserve our respect?
- How does our environment shape the way we live?
- What can be learned from natural disasters?
5 resources to keep the learning going: