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Depositories of Awareness, Preparedness, and Education Materials in Indonesia, Thailand and The Philippines

jtic depositoris 20110713 thumbnailFollowing the series of tsunami disasters after 2004, a lot of effort was put not only into developing tsunami early warning systems but also into community preparedness. A number of awareness, preparedness and education tools and materials were developed through various activities by national and international institutions.
Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines are among the countries that have developed numbers of these materials for public, community and schools (i.e., public awareness tools, assessment tools, training material, best practice information and other relevant information). However, some of these materials are now out of print and some are only available in electronic copies for wider public usage.
This booklet provides information of a depository of tsunami awareness and education available in Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines. All publication documented and recorded in this booklet (books, booklets, comics, posters, leaflets, stickers, CDs/DVDs as well as games) are availeble dan can be adapted, re-produced or re-printed as needed for a more wider public usage.
This booklet also provides contact information of institution or organization that have the owenership or the publication, any interested organization who are interested to adapt or re-produce these materials can either contact the organization directly or through the Jakarta Tsunami Information Center of UNESCO Office Jakarta.  (excerpt from book).

The booklet was produced by UNESCO and the Jakarta Tsunami Information Centre, with funding support from United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. 2011.

Depositories of Awareness, Preparedness, and Education Materials
in Indonesia, Thailand and The Philippines 
 PDF (28.45 MB)

Didactic Manual for Students and Teachers for a Culture of Tsunami Prevention

sistematizacion-200The Regional Disaster Information Centre for Latin America and the Caribbean (CRID) supported the Regional Bureau for the Americas of the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) in the execution of the systematisation of the tools developed or adopted for the DIPECHO Seventh Plan of Action projects and their corresponding publication on a new website.  Within the context of this initiative is the systematisation of the elaboration of the tool, Didactic Manual for Students and Teachers for a Culture of Tsunami Prevention in Ecuador, developed by UNESCO within the framework of its DIPECHO projects. This systematisation includes information and complementary resources associated with this tool, the process of elaboration and recommendations for reproducing this experience.
The tool for Ecuador Didactic Manual for Students and Teachers for a Culture of Tsunami Prevention, and other materials that form part of the systematisation initiative. You can view the online version of the manual (click here), or download the PDF version (click here). Both online and PDF versions are in Spanish.

 

Earthquake and Tsunami Textbooks and Teacher Guides, pre-Kindergarten - Grade 12 (Chile SHOA, ITIC)

Pre-Elementary School Student Textbook 2nd to 4th Grade Student Textbook 5th to 8th Grade Student Textbook High School Student Textbook

 

The tsunami textbooks are divided into four levels. Pre-Elementary school, 2nd to 4th grade, 5th to 8th grade and High School. These levels correspond to the school levels found in Chile: the first level is similar to pre and kindergarten, the second and third level correspond to the first eight years of school and the fourth level to High School. Each text book has its own teacher guide. Note: the high school textbook (originally one book) has been divided into 5 chapters to facilitate downloading.

 


STUDENT'S TEXTBOOKS

Pre-Elementary       PDF icon    1.38 MB
2nd to 4th grade      PDF icon    1.01MB
5th to 8th grade      PDF icon     2.15 MB
 
  High School (originally one BOOK)
Chp 1  PDF icon    2.00MB
Chp 2  PDF icon    1.45 MB
Chp 3  PDF icon    3.74 MB
Chp 4  PDF icon    1.12 MB
Chp 5
 PDF icon     2.29MB
Chp 6
 PDF icon    918KB

 

 

 


TEACHER'S GUIDEBOOKS

Pre-Elementary      PDF icon    673 KB
2nd to 4th grade     PDF icon     680 KB
5th to 8th grade     PDF icon     683 KB
High School     PDF icon     1.23 MB
 

Please feel free to make as many copies as required. There are no copyrights to these textbooks. The source should be indicated as:  Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico de la Armada de Chile, Departamento de Oceanografía, Programa de Geofísica Marina.



Prebasica Basica de 2do a 4to ano Basica de 5to a 8vo ano Media

 

Información sobre TEXTO GUÍA PARA PROFESOR GUÍA PARA PROFESOR (2013)

Los módulos, titulados “Gestión del Riesgo de Tsunamis en Establecimientos Educacionales: Material de Apoyo para Docentes de Educación Básica, Media y Parvularia”, fueron construidos a partir de un proceso participativo en donde contribuyeron instituciones científicas y educativas. El Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico de la Armada de Chile (SHOA) y la Sociedad Geológica de Chile revisaron los contenidos científicos relativos a la formación de los tsunamis, mientras que el Ministerio de Educación, la Oficina Nacional de Emergencias del Ministerio del Interior y Seguridad Pública de Chile (ONEMI), OREALC/UNESCO Santiago y especialistas sobre seguridad escolar de las regiones de Antofagasta, Tarapacá y el Biobío ajustaron los contenidos pedagógicos de dichos materiales adecuándolos al currículo nacional.

foto-de-los-textos-tsunamis-chileEstos textos, hoy considerados material oficial del Ministerio de Educación para los procesos de capacitación en reducción del riesgo de tsunami, incluyen un primer capítulo de información científica sobre la naturaleza de los tsunamis; un segundo capítulo sobre la importancia de integrar la gestión del riesgo en los establecimientos educacionales y un tercer capítulo con propuestas de planes de lección adecuados al currículo escolar para los niveles de educación básica, media y parvularia. Al final, los textos incluyen una versión adaptada a contextos escolares del recientemente actualizado y el Glosario de Tsunamis de la Comisión Oceanográfica Intergubernamental (UNESCO/COI, 2012). El glosario incluye más de 60 términos asociados a los tsunamis con los cuales se pueden realizar ejercicios educativos con los estudiantes para profundizar su conocimiento y manejo del tema.

 

Información sobre los textos originales.

Los textos para la educación están divididos en cuatro niveles: Pre-Básico, de Segundo año a Cuarto año de Enseñanza Básica, de Quinto año a Octavo año de Enseñanza Secundaria y de Primer Año Medio a Cuarto Año de Enseñanza Media. Los niveles indicados corresponden a la división de los años de educación en CHILE: Etapa antes de escuela primaria, escuela primaria (8 años) y escuela secundaria (4 años). Cada texto de estudio viene con su correspondiente texto guía para el profesor. Nota: el texto para Educación Media (originalmente un solo libro) ha sido dividido en 5 capítulos para facilitar la transferencia electrónica, debido a su tamaño.


TEXTO PARA ALUMNO

Pre-Básica      PDF icon   1.22 MB
2º a 4º año básico      PDF icon      641 KB
5º a 8º año básico      PDF icon     1.24 MB
   
Educación Media
Cap 1
PDF icon     1.24 MB
Cap 2
PDF icon     874 KB
Cap 3
PDF icon     618 KB
Cap 4
PDF icon     684 KB
Cap 5 PDF icon     734 KB
Cap 6
PDF icon     755 KB


TEXTO GUÍA PARA PROFESOR

2013

Educación Parvularia PDF icon    1.70 MB
Educación Básica PDF icon    6.00 MB
Educación Media PDF icon    1.82 MB
   
Original 
Pre-Básica  PDF icon    1.22 MB
2º a 4º año básico PDF icon     974 KB
5º a 8º año básico PDF icon     335 KB
Educación Media PDF icon     6.01 MB


Se autoriza su reproducción para fines de educación y difusión. La fuente de estos textos es el Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico de la Armada de Chile, Departamento de Oceanografía, Programa de Geofísica Marina.

Tsunami Textbook and Teacher Guide, Grades 4-6 (Asian Disaster Reducton Center, ITIC)

 

Tsunami - Student Book Tsunami - Teacher's Guide

 

ADRC Textbook - English (high res)
(July 2006)
     PDF icon    9.79 MB
ADRC Textbook - English (low res)
(July 2006)
     PDF icon   2.43 MB
ADRC Teacher's Guide (high res)
(July 2006)
     PDF icon     7.45 MB
ADRC Teacher's Guide (low res)
(July 2006)
     PDF icon    1.94 MB

Information and Resources for Schools & Tsunami Curriculums (Washington, USA)

The Earthquake and Tsunami: Information and Resources for Schools (2012) document is based on concepts and materials from Washington State Tsunami Train-the-Trainer Program, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Washington Emergency Management Hazard Mitigation Plan, Earthquake/Tsunami Program Public Education Materials, Western States Seismic Policy Council, International Tsunami Information Center, National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program, and Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction. This new publication is intended to replace the Kindergarten-to-Grade 12 Tsunami Curriculums found below.
Please visit the Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division's website for more information: http://www.emd.wa.gov

Earthquake and Tsunami:
Information and Resources for Schools
(2012)
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 Introduction
 Unit 1: Earthquakes
 Unit 2: Understanding WA Earthquake Sources

 PDF icon     7.64 MB

 Unit 3: Defining Tsunamis
 Unit 4: Pacific-Wide Tsunamis
 Unit 5: Tsunami Warning System in WA
 Unit 6: Earthquake and Tsunami Preparedness

 PDF icon     8.37 MB

 Unit 7: Learning Activities
 References: Glossary, References, About Authors

 PDF icon     1.31 MB

 

 

The Tsunami Curriculums consist of two publications: (1) Kindergarten-to-Grade Six, and (2) Grade 7-12.  Each topic includes background reading, class and student activities along with exercise sheets that can be photocopied for distribution, and a teacher's guide explaining the lesson's goals and objectives. The Curriculums were published originally in hard copy by the Washington Military Department of the Emergency Management Division of Washington state, USA, but have been converted to electronic format by ITIC with their permission. Portions of the documents are based on the USA Federal Emergency Management Agency Tremor Troop and Seismic Sleuths Curriculums. Please visit the Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division's website for more information:  http://www.emd.wa.gov

Kindergarten - Grade 12 curriculums
Grades K - 6
     PDF icon     2.96 MB Grades K-6 Tsunami Curriculum
Grades 7 - 12
     PDF icon     6.85 MB Grades 7-12 Tsunami Curriculum

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Global Hazard Maps


Posters of Tsunami Sources, Significant Earthquakes and Significant Volcanic Eruptions. Also Tsunami Sources Icosohedron Globe.

 
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Tsunami, The Great Waves

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Tsunami Glossary


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Where the First Wave Arrives in Minutes

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TsunamiTeacher

DVD copies for PC and Macintosh computers are available free of charge from the ITIC, Hawaii (itic.tsunami@noaa.gov).

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