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This bundle purchase is for 10 video worksheets from SEASON 1 of MAN VS. WILD. If you do not own the physical DVDs there are numerous streaming services that show Man vs. Wild. The easiest way to find Man vs. Wild episodes is through YouTube where a low price can purchase individual episodes or the entire first season.
Included with this bundle are the following episodes:
1) EUROPEAN ALPS
(Season 1, Episode 1)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls parachutes into the French Alps with a knife, a canteen, a cup and a flint, taking the parachute with him. He demonstrates how to survive falling into a frozen lake, how to build a snow shelter, and how to use a self arresting device to stop from plummeting into a crevasse. He also eats maggots and uses them to catch a trout. He performs a Tyrolean traverse and makes himself a pair of snow shoes out of young trees and parachute lines.
2) SIERRA NEVADA
(Season 1, Episode 2)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls parachutes into the Sierra Nevada’s, simulating the situation of the hundreds of hikers who become stranded there each year. Equipped with a knife and a canteen, Grylls travels through the alpine, woodland and chaparral areas of the mountains. He unsuccessfully tries to tame a wild horse, and eats a live snake. Using techniques gleaned from the Mono Indians, he brushes his teeth with a Manzanita leaf. Most of the ground he covers is traversed by river, using a raft held together by grape vine.
3) ALASKAN MOUNTAIN RANGE
(Season 1, Episode 3)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls is dropped in the Chugach Mountains in Alaska, with skis and his usual gear. He demonstrates Glissading as he traverses snow and glaciers, and climbs down a 200ft waterfall. He catches a salmon, which he eats raw, and finds a skiff from an abandoned lodge. The skiff sinks, but he reaches the shore and is spotted by a ship.
4) AFRICAN SAVANNAH
(Season 1, Episode 4)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls parachutes into Northern Kenya. He comes into close contact with lions, elephants, deadly snakes, and rhinoceros, being careful not to get too close. Grylls demonstrates squeezing water from elephant dung and how to find people in Africa by traveling up stream.
(Season 1, Episode 5)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls drops into the swamps of Florida's Everglades, where at least 60 tourists need to be rescued each year. He trudges through the swamp and shows how to construct shelter, deal with razor-sharp sawgrass, get out of a muddy sinkhole and avoid alligators and rattlesnakes. He eats frogs and cooks a turtle Seminole-style
(Season 1, Episode 6)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls paraglides onto the edge of the Andes and follows rivers into the Ecuadorian jungle, is attacked by huge colonies of spear-nosed bats, and observes giant weevil grubs and piranhas. He builds a bamboo bridge and a bow and arrow to successfully catch fish, but it doesn't always go his way and he's forced to ride the rapids of the Amazon on a single tree trunk.
7) KIMBERLY, AUSTRALIA
(Season 1, Episode 7)
EPISODE SUMMARY: In the Kimberley region of Australia, an area with a mixture of huge scrub deserts, dry riverbeds and red sandstone cliffs full of deep gorges, Grylls faces extreme heat, poisonous snakes and the ever present danger of dehydration. Survival tips include how to forage for food (bush tucker), build a shelter and how to prevent sunstroke. He explains why he believes drinking ones own urine can prevent death from dehydration. During his journey, Grylls observes saltwater crocodiles and endures a lightning storm.
(Season 1, Episode 8)
EPISODE SUMMARY: In Mexico, Bear Grylls must find his way out of Copper Canyon, and his only supplies are a water bottle, a flint and a knife. He demonstrates how to build a simple compass and climb sheer cliffs safely. For shelter, he uses ancient caves and makes fire with a traditional "fire saw." Grylls also demonstrates techniques for finding scorpions or grubs and fishing without a rod or line.
(Season 1, Episode 9)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls parachutes into the extreme landscape of Iceland, the site of vicious blizzard, 50 mph (80 km/h) winds, icy glacial waters, boiling hot mud and volcanic springs. He demonstrates how to make a snow cave, find water in volcanic underground tunnels and avoid frostbite. To find food in this subarctic environment, Grylls scavenges a sheep for its eyeballs and mutton fat, and catches a ptarmigan. He demonstrates with his shoelaces the boiling of the eyeballs and mutton in the geysers, to save digestion energy and disinfect the scavenged food.
(Season 1, Episode 10)
EPISODE SUMMARY: Bear Grylls shows how to navigate Scotland in extreme weather using ice formations and moss growth, and how to test snow slopes for avalanche potential. He uses moss to purify water and skins a red deer for shelter. For food, he traps a rabbit and cooks it to demonstrate how to prepare it. Grylls also crosses deep marshes and uses fallen trees to cross ravines.
Questions on each video worksheet go in order and will help students focus on key science topics including: predators, prey, survival skills, building shelter, and information about survival in a variety of ecosystems. Each worksheet is given as an MS-Word document which will allow easy modifying to fit your class. Answer keys are not included.
Also included is a writing prompt worksheet and a power point that has one writing prompt for each episode. This is a perfect way to begin the next day or to have a whole class discussion on information that was retained upon video’s conclusion.
Again, each video needed for this bundle can be purchased as physical media (DVD) or through a variety of online streaming sites. Please be aware that many online sites change the availability of videos from month to month.
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