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This 30-question standards-based handout allows students to be engaged while watching the exciting Nova documentary "Killer Volcanoes." You can then extend the activities beyond watching the show, with a number of graphic organizers for fun and creative days of class work, including drawing, creating a skit and writing.
- A two-day set of lesson plans, with standards, ready for you to adapt and submit.
- A teacher guide with answers, teaching tips and timings.
- A 5-page student handout, with 30 questions for students to answer while watching the video.
- A skit graphic organizer.
- A story grid graphic organizer.
- A summary sheet (for paragraph writing).
- A T-chart graphic organizer.
- A picture to display on your Smartboard.
This product is not associated with PBS.
I have used this with intermediate ESL students by putting the Spanish subtitles on, and translating the questions using Google Translate. Note - the level of language in the documentary would be hard for beginner ESL students.
The documentary is available on Netflix (with other language subtitles) and PBS.
Photo credit: Mount Vesuvius at Midnight, 1868. Albert Bierstadt (American, 1830-1902). Oil on canvas; framed: 62 x 77 x 9 cm (24 7/16 x 30 5/16 x 3 9/16 in.); unframed: 42.6 x 60.7 cm (16 3/4 x 23 7/8 in.). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of S. Livingstone Mather, Philip Richard Mather, Katherine Hoyt (Mather) Cross, Katherine Mather McLean and Constance Mather Bishop 1949.541