*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet
*I SHOULDN'T BE ALIVE is a Discovery Channel series that is excellent for incorporating a wide range of science facts with gripping true life survival stories. Production quality and information in each episode is excellent and perfect for grades 6-12 in either science, social studies, or language arts classes.
This worksheet is for the episode ALASKAN AVALANCHE (Season 1, Episode 10).
Episode Summary: In April 1989, two men are scaling a sheer ice-wall in an Alaskan mountain. One man falls and is badly injured, and the other is forced to get them both down by crossing a series of avalanche zones.
Provided is a 21-question worksheet to accompany the episode which focuses on science topics like: human body injuries, ecosystems, weather, and survival.
Questions on the assignment go in order and will help students focus on key science topics including: concussions, hypothermia, fractures, avalanches, and survival skills. The worksheet is given as a MS-Word document which will allow easy modifying to fit your class.
*The video series needed for viewing can be purchased through a variety of sellers both as physical media or through streaming viewing (including Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and Discovery). I highly recommend tracking down this series, students love it!
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