This is a worksheet I created to use with my high school Zoology students. "Inside Nature's Giants" is a video series where several different scientists dissect very large animals. Other animals in the video series include: giant squid, great white shark, sperm whale, camel, and lion vs tiger. My zoology class does a snake dissection, so I like to have them watch this dissection video first to get an idea of what is inside the snake's body, but to also focus on special adaptations of a snake body.
If you do not dissect snakes, you might have students watch the video and then use their notes to take a snake quiz, or have them write an essay discussing snake anatomy and adaptations, or even comparing how a snake's body is different than a human's body. (These are just ideas, and there are no curriculum guides for those activities).
The worksheet has 25 questions that go in order for students to answer as they watch the video. The 4th page is an answer sheet, with some notes about what is going on in the movie during the time that question is answered (the answer key is just to give you an idea if a student answer sounds reasonable -- students will answer in their own words, so will not all have exact matching answers).
You will receive a 4 page PDF file with 3 pages of a student worksheet with the 25 questions, and then one more page with an answer key.