Welcome to the Weather Communications II web page! This class has been created specifically to address the communication of weather information. The weather can be communicated through a variety of means including web pages, newspapers, and audio and video broadcasting. Weather Communications II has a unique format: A variety of teachers lead students through professional workshops that address different types of weather communication and their application in the real-world. Each assignment is varied and interesting; for example, students create an online teaching tutorial for younger students. Each student will create a personalized website containing their resumé and samples of their work, including video, audio, and writing. Students also have the chance to learn about job opportunities ranging from on-air television personality to applying meteorology to business. Most importantly, Weather Communications II teaches students the importance of communicating all ideas effectively, not only the weather.
Throughout this site, you'll find important information about the Weather Communications II class: Class information (including the various syllabi), information on the instructors for the class, and examples of past portfolios compiled by former students while taking this class.