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vrijdag 18 mei 2018


Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island has been very active lately.

Read the following words and phrases and their definitions.
  • causing chaos - making chaos happen
  • a slow-moving flow - a large area of lava or mud that is moving slowly
  • molten rock - rock that is melted by heat and moves like water
  • magma - hot liquid rock below the surface of the earth
  • to solidify - to become solid, compact, or hard
  • continuously - all the time without a stop
  • to drain out - to flow or move out of something
  • Hawaii locals - people who live on Hawaii
  • footage - scenes or action recorded on film or video
First read the assignment. Next watch the video. Take notes to help you do the assignment.

  1. How hot is the lava?

  2. The lava is moving slowly. What is the positive side of that?

  3. What type of volcano is Kilauea?

  4. Since which year has Kilauea almost continuously been erupting?

  5. Why could the situation get more dangerous when all the lava flows out of the volcano?