Episode Guide for Crash Course History of Science YouTube Series!
Each guide comes with two versions (with and without timestamps), and a complete answer key.
This product easy to use, no-prep product is a perfect last minute lesson plan, review activity, extra "filler" to keep on hand, substitute lesson plan, or homework assignment.
-Answer key included
-Questions are a variety of formats and vary within each episode guide:
-Fill in the blank
-Pacing within the episode is about 1 question per minute.
-Sometimes my students struggle to catch all of the questions as these videos present a great deal of information very quickly. This may not be as much of an issue with older students. To combat this issue though consider …..
-Cut down the questions. Have them answer only odds, only evens, or have them skip specific ones that don’t align with your learning goals for the day.
-Watch the video twice. This allows students to catch more of the information and fill in any questions that they missed.
Episode Included in this Product:
What is “Crash Course History of Science”?
“Crash course History of Science” is a YouTube series that is fast paced and packed with information and facts. It is a fantastic introduction to a topic, a great review, or a quick overview if you are running short on time. Though the episodes are dense with facts, Green explains the history in a way that is very accessible to all learners, while still succeeding in making it fun, light-hearted, and relevant for students. A link to the episodes is provided in this product.
When should I use this?
-Preview of a new unit.
-Review of what you have just studied
-Quick overview if you want to hit a topic, but don’t have time to cover it thoroughly
-Perfect sub plan!
-Great last minute filler!
This product is print and go, making it easy to use even at the last minute.
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