How hot is it in Australia? Hot enough to cook a roast in the car. Use this article to help your students connect with what is going on with the heatwave in Australia. (Then check out this lesson on citizenship - whether it's classroom citizenship or global citizenship.)
This reading response article is about creativity and innovation and is available at 3 different reading levels. During a heatwave in Australia, a man cooks a pork roast in his car as an “experiment for fun.”
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Pork roast cooked in a car during a record breaking heat wave in Australia
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