We have quite a few students from The Marshall Islands at our school. I’ve shared related resources in various past posts, but I thought it would be useful for me to bring them all together.
I’ll be adding this list to The Best Geography Sites For Beginning & Intermediate English Language Learners:
The Secrets of the Wave Pilots is a big new story in The New York Times Magazine, and this is what has prompted to me to make this list.
Arkansas a refuge from rising seas in Marshall Islands is a fascinating article from the Associated Press.
Climate Change Has Reached Our Shores is by the President Of The Marshall Islands, and appeared in the New York Times.
A ground zero forgotten: The Marshall Islands, once a U.S. nuclear test site, face oblivion again is from The Washington Post.
How Stuff Works has a brief overview of the islands.
Check-out panoramic images of the islands.
Here’s a slideshow of the islands.
CBS News has a “Fast Facts” sheet on the islands.
The Marshall Islands Journal is a local newspaper website.
Here’s a video report on weapons testing in the islands.
The BBC has a Marshall Islands country profile
Marshall Islands Facts comes from National Geographic.
‘They Did Not Realize We Are Human Beings’ is from Politico. It’s about Marshall Islanders in Iowa.