I am Sejal Brahmbhatt, Coach for FLL Team #8093 The 4 Musketeers - Nature's
The 4 Musketeers team and their two Coach- Sejal Brahmbhatt and Nikhil
Brahmbhatt would like to invite teams to participate in a Live-Simulation e-
mission called Hurricane Alert with their team! Stretch your research and
learning and get a glimpse of real life situation- We are going to recreate a
What : e-mission called Hurricane Alert!
Activity type: Non-profit
Where: Glen Allen Library
When: November 23 2013 from 10:30am - 12:00noon
Fees : $10-15 per child (Maximum team members can be 7 per team, other
team members can join in with other participating team with less members,
supplies fee included)
Requirement: Participant should be in grade 6 - 8 (middleschool) , Read the
pre-lesson material provided about 10 pages before the e-mission and a laptop
with webcam and skype facility ( one laptop required for a team of 7, team can
be as small as 5kids)
Contact person: Sejal Brahmbhatt
Contact email: [log in to unmask]
RSVP: by November 12 2013
First come first serve
There will be maximum 6 teams and we have few teams available already, only
couple spots are available,Please find more details below.
Goodluck to all Division I and Division II teams for Nature's Fury Season. Have
Coach - The 4 Musketeers
FLL Division I team #7125- Food Factor
FLL Division II team # 14046 -Senior Solutions
FLL Division II team # 8093 - Nature's Fury
e-Mission Hurricane Alert Briefing
Analyze tropical storm data to track movement, categorize intensity, and
report on possible severe weather consequences.
Construct Cones of Uncertainty to better predict storm paths.
Issue storm and hurricane watches and warnings as needed.
Calculate directional speed, estimated times of arrival, and determine
Issue evacuation recommendations as needed to protect lives.
Prepare for Hurricane Alert! team tasks using the pre-mission preparation
Recruit students for specialty meteorological positions within each storm
Practice skills necessary for mission tasks.
In your Hurricane Alert! simulation your students will serve as meteorology and
hurricane experts and participate in a unique learning experience. Linked via the
Internet with the fictional NOAA National Hurricane Center at the Challenger
Learning Center®, they will take part in a simulated e-Mission™, confronting
real-life storm emergency events.
Challenger Learning Center seeks to partner with teachers and their students
who serve as severe weather response teams. Students learn new science
skills and explore storms and hurricanes as they never have before. They must
work as a team to successfully track the tropical storms that may intensify to
hurricane strength, analyze data to predict possible landfall, calculate
estimated times of arrival, and issue storm and hurricane watches and
Students begin by selecting job specifications within the storm prediction unit.
In following classes they learn about hurricanes, plot latitude and longitude
coordinates, calculate ETAs, and distances to selected breakpoint areas. They
analyze practice data and learn how to apply their skills to an emergency
situation. Their preparation leads to the culminating event—Mission Day.
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