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Weather and Its Idioms Today, we're going to talk about the weather

Mar 26, 2015

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Weather and Its Idioms Today, we're going to talk about the weather. Slide 2 Weather What are the four seasons? Which season is your favorite? Slide 3 Weather Lets brainstorm some weather words. I will show a word and you tell me which season it belongs to. SpringSummerAutumn (Fall)Winter Slide 4 Temperatures hotcold warmmildcool Slide 5 Weather Words Sunny Slide 6 Weather Words Sunny Cold/Freezing Slide 7 Weather Words Sunny Cold/Freezing Humid/sticky Slide 8 Weather Words Sunny Cold/Freezing Humid/sticky Windy Slide 9 Weather Words Sunny Cold/Freezing Humid/sticky Windy Freezing Rain Slide 10 Weather Words Sunny Cold/Freezing Humid/sticky Windy Freezing Rain Blizzard Slide 11 Weather sunny hot cool cold/freezing rainy rainy rainy freezing rain windy humid/sticky sunny blizzard mild sunny windy snowing beautiful SpringSummerAutumn (Fall)Winter Slide 12 Weather Patterns For example: Hurricanes Tornadoes Thunder and lightning Storms (thunderstorms, rainstorms, snowstorms [blizzards], hailstorms) Slide 13 Hurricanes Very big storms that are shaped like a circle. They are very dangerous to people and things. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9VpwmtnOZc Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Tornadoes Nature's most violent (terrifying) storms. They have a round and narrow shape. h http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43VoMe sUd2Q&feature=channel Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Thunder and Lightning Lightning is a line of electricity that strikes the ground. Thunder is the sound that comes after lightning. When lightning hits a person, it can be very serious. Slide 22 Slide 23 Slide 24 Storms A storm is a lot of wind, rain or snow that happens at the same time. Storms are very strong. They can create a lot of damage. For example, too much rain can cause flooding that can carry away houses. They are very common in the winter and spring. Slide 25 Slide 26 Slide 27 Slide 28 A breeze A light or soft wind. Idiom: Very easy. This English class is a breeze! Did you finish your new computer game? Yes it was a breeze! Slide 29 Under the weather Idiom: Feeling sick. She is feeling under the weather. He is not at school today because he is under the weather. Slide 30 Head in the clouds Idiom: Someone who always daydreams. She never listens. She always has her head in the clouds! Slide 31 Rain cats and dogs Idiom: Lots of rain. Its raining cats and dogs outside! I'm soaked. Slide 32 Full of hot air Idiom: Someone who lies often or speaks a lot of garbage. Don't listen to him hes full of hot air! Slide 33 Save for a rainy day Idiom: Wait until later to enjoy something. I got some money! Really? You should save it for a rainy day. You will enjoy it more! Slide 34 Come rain or shine Idiom: Always available. You can always come. We need to go to school rain or shine. We never get a break, it sucks!