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Movie Sheets

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A collection of questions to accompany many of the commonly used videos, including Bill Nye, shown in biology and other science classes.  The worksheets are submitted by teachers and are created for the classroom.
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Date Added to MERLOT: October 31, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 07, 2012
Submitter: Brittany Lee


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Avatar for Damion Delton
4 years ago

Damion Delton (Student)

I actually really enjoyed looking at this site as I use many videos such as bill nye for my middle school science classes. I usually come up with questions myself but this makes it way easier on me. Thanks for sharing this site!

Avatar for Danielle Fender
4 years ago

Danielle Fender (Teacher (K-12))

Some students definately need an assignment during a video to pay attention!  A very helpful website, especially when teacher middle school.

Avatar for Tarek Elsharkawy
4 years ago

Tarek Elsharkawy (Student)

Awesome website. It has a good number of worksheets for various educational videos. Great for teaching.

Avatar for Brittany Lee
4 years ago

Brittany Lee (Student)

For when you have to show a video or movie, it's nice to have questions for a couple reasons.  One, students are doing something besides just watching it and two, they actually have to pay attention.  I like having questions for the students instead of just telling them to get a certain number of facts.  I think they get better information when you give them what they should be listening for.  The only downside is you don't have the answers.  So if it's a video you haven't seen in a while, you'll have to watch it to get some of the answers.