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Looking for Life on Mars: NASA Perseverance Rover Mission - PBS Nova Movie Guide

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  1. Looking to bring more movies into your science classroom?Look no further! This bundle has movie guides for my favourite science movies! I have found that movies are some of the best ways to engage students in learning AND help them to retain the content if you do it right! Interested to learn about
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Looking for a movie guide for Nova's Looking for Life on Mars: NASA Perseverance Rover Mission?

Look no further! This 54 question printable movie guide will have students tuned in and recording important information from this engaging documentary.

This documentary is the perfect way to show your students what scientists have planned for the Perseverance Rover Mission! It is a phenomenal documentary that addressed why we are exploring Mars, how what we've learned previously has shaped this mission, and the incredible research and technology that has gone into the journey of Perseverance. Students will be amazed at the science that is happening NOW! This is a phenomenal documentary and I find students retain so much information by using movie guides to guide their viewing experience. To learn about how you can follow-up the movie with a deeper dive into Mars content, check out my blog post here.

This product also includes the Teacher's Ultimate Guide to Making the Most out of Movies in the Science Classroom!

Interested to learn about how exactly I use movies in the classroom? Check out my blog post! It also includes some of my all-time fave documentaries to use in class!

Interested in other Movie Guides? Check out:

National Geographic's Our Atmosphere

PBS NOVA's What Darwin Never Knew

PBS NOVA's Cracking Your Genetic Code

PBS NOVA's Becoming Human: Part 1

PBS NOVA's Becoming Human: Part 2

PBS NOVA's Becoming Human: Part 3

PBS NOVA's The Great Math Mystery

PBS NOVA's Looking for Life on Mars: NASA Perseverance Rover Mission

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Evaluate a solution to a complex real-world problem based on prioritized criteria and trade-offs that account for a range of constraints, including cost, safety, reliability, and aesthetics, as well as possible social, cultural, and environmental impacts.
Apply scientific reasoning and evidence from ancient Earth materials, meteorites, and other planetary surfaces to construct an account of Earth’s formation and early history. Emphasis is on using available evidence within the solar system to reconstruct the early history of Earth, which formed along with the rest of the solar system 4.6 billion years ago. Examples of evidence include the absolute ages of ancient materials (obtained by radiometric dating of meteorites, moon rocks, and Earth’s oldest minerals), the sizes and compositions of solar system objects, and the impact cratering record of planetary surfaces.


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