Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)

Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
Mythbusters Video Questions: NASA Moon Landing (22 Question Total)
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Video guide questions for the Mythbusters episode: Moon landing Hoax. Great to keep the students focused. Word for word from video. Link to stream episode online as well. Key included.

Standards:
(i) To develop a rich knowledge of science and the natural world, students must become familiar with different modes of scientific inquiry, rules of evidence, ways of formulating questions, ways of proposing explanations, and the diverse ways scientists study the natural world and propose explanations based on evidence derived from their work.

(ii) Scientific investigations are conducted for different reasons. All investigations require a research question, careful observations, data gathering, and analysis of the data to identify the patterns that will explain the findings. Descriptive investigations are used to explore new phenomena such as conducting surveys of organisms or measuring the abiotic components in a given habitat. Descriptive statistics include frequency, range, mean, median, and mode. A hypothesis is not required in a descriptive investigation. On the other hand, when conditions can be controlled in order to focus on a single variable, experimental research design is used to determine causation. Students should experience both types of investigations and understand that different scientific research questions require different research designs.

This lesson is student-centered meaning:
--it allows you to become a facilitator
--happier teachers
--happier students
--happier administrators

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