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Collaborative story writing

Instructions for the story writing here [1]

Writing a collaborative story in Year 11 Geography: Write a collaborative story for a child in the junior school on how tropical cyclones are formed and how they affect the natural and cultural environment. You need to add to the wiki to include detail using the case study material from Hurricane Katrina and Cyclone Nargis.

Base the story on the child's storybook Winnie the Pooh. It has already been started for you.

Winnie the Pooh woke up suddenly in the middle of the night and listened. He got out of bed, lit his candle, and stumped across the room to see if anybody was trying to get into his honey-cupboard, and they weren't, so he stumped back again, blew out his candle, and got back into bed. Then, he heard the noise again. It was the wind, it whistled and blew hard. The rain pelted at the door and on the windows and the windows started to swing on their hinges. "Gosh it's nasty out" said Pooh as he snuggled under the covers trying to hide from the noise. "Maybe it's the bees trying to get in" Pooh whispered to his small doll he always took to bed. Then, "Pooh! Pooh!" called Piglet. "Who was that?" called Pooh. "It's me Piglet. Remember we are having a sleepover" "

Sign your name for each part you have completed.