Explain 'who' and 'where' by defining who studies hurricanes and where hurricanes occur, which is all over the world where there are warm water oceans. Next, explain that hurricanes are most common in the summer months and that a hurricane starts as a thunderstorm over the ocean, which then spins and turns into a hurricane. Discuss what to do if you find yourself in a hurricane by telling students what to do before, during, and after a hurricane. Tell students that the best preparation is to be aware of the weather daily and to bring outdoor items inside. They should also know that they might need to evacuate, board their windows and prepare an emergency kit. If they do get into a hurricane, the tips for during a hurricane are to move to higher ground and to turn off major appliances. Most important is to stay inside. After the hurricane, students should be careful with electrical appliances and check for damage. Have students to fill in the blanks with words from the word bank. Then ask students to draw a line between an action and whether it should be done before, during, or after a hurricane. As a class, read the paragraph and form pairs to discuss what Rebecca can do to be better prepared.