"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide

"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
"Ultimate Factories - Dodge Challenger" Video Viewing Guide
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“Ultimate Factories” is a video series that describes the technology, manpower, and machinery that is used in the manufacture of products in various factories throughout the world. It aired on the National Geographic Channel beginning in 2006. Each video is approximately 45-50 minutes in length and would be a great addition to any STEM class.

The “Dodge Challenger” episode discusses the manufacture of a Dodge Challenger, including the different work areas, welding, painting, the three basic building blocks of the engine, and testing.

The video viewing guide is a resource that will keep students engaged in the video and is thorough enough to serve as a great study guide for later use. The guide has a total of 23 fill-in-the-blank, short answer, or true/false questions with 30 available points. An answer key is included. The file is in MS Word format for easy alteration by teachers, such as removing questions for a shorter version.

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50 minutes
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