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Share the brilliance of Bill Nye The Science Guy with your students! This Bill Nye | Physical Science Bundle | 8 Movie Guides | SAVE 25% consists of 8 supplemental resources to help students learn about science!

This product .zip file includes the following 8 video guides:

Each video guide below is just like the Bill Nye Flight episode you can check out for free here 🙂  For sample questions of all 8 Video Guides below check out the listing on TPT here.

Bill Nye – S01E08 – Phases of Matter | Solid | Liquid | Gas | Video Guide

Challenge students to increase their knowledge of matter and its solid, liquid and gas phases. Explore how matter changes phases and the differences between water and nitrogen. Discuss absolute zero and what happens to molecules as they heat up and cool down. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on the concept of electrolysis and what an efficient way to split water would mean to space exploration.

Bill Nye – S01E10 – Simple Machines | Levers | Pulleys | Ramps | Video Guide

Challenge students to increase their knowledge of simple machines and where they appear in our lives. Students will define key vocabulary such as pulley, catapult, and stairway. Compare and contrast different ways of moving objects. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiment depicted in the video. Finally, write a persuasive essay on what simple machines allow people to have the most fun.

Bill Nye – S01E12 – Sound | Ear | Resonate | Echo | Eardrum | Video Guide

Challenge students to increase their knowledge of sound and how we hear them. Students will define key vocabulary such as ear, oscilloscope, and resonate. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on how the ear processes sound.

Bill Nye – S01E16 – Light and Color | Rainbow | Full Spectrum | Video Guide

Challenge students to increase their knowledge of light and color and why we see things as a certain color. Students will define key vocabulary such as full spectrum of color, ROYGBIV, and light waves. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on color psychology and light waves.

Bill Nye – S01E18 – Electricity | Electrons | Conductors | Video Guide

Challenge students to increase their knowledge of electricity. Students will define key vocabulary such as watts, voltage, amperage, insulators, conductors, resistors, and electrons. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on The War of Currents that involved Tesla and Edison’s fight to electrify the USA with AC or DC.

Bill Nye – S02E01 – Magnetism | Magnets | Electromagnet | Video Guide

Challenge students to master what makes a magnet, why the Earth is one giant magnet and why the northern lights glow. Students will define key vocabulary such as attraction and repulsion. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on various animals and share how they use magnetism to navigate their surroundings.

Bill Nye – S03E05 – Energy | Potential | Kinetic | Video Guide

Challenge students to learn about energy, its various forms and how it changes forms. Students will define key vocabulary such as potential energy and kinetic energy. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on slingshot designs and how they represent potential and kinetic energy (if time allows students can build and demonstrate their slingshots based on their designs).

Bill Nye – S05E08 – Atoms and Molecules | Nucleus | Protons | Electrons | Guide

Challenge students to learn about atoms, their particles and the molecules they form. Students will define key vocabulary such as the nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons, electricity and atomic number. Optionally, students can follow along and add variations to the experiments depicted in the video. Finally, conduct extended research on a chosen element of the periodic table.

 

 

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Description

Here are my tips for using this Bill Nye | Physical Science Bundle in your classroom:

  1. Print one, double-sided Bill Nye | Physical Science Bundle video guide for each student
  2. Preview each question on the movie guide as you come to it before resuming the movie
  3. Pause at the times designated on the movie guide and help students if necessary
    • Discussion here is great, encourage and allow students to share their ideas and thoughts for any question
    • Discourage students from simply copying answers
    • If needed, and if time allows, feel free to rewind and show important parts of the movie for additional analysis
  4. After completing the short answers on the movie guide, allow 5-10 minutes for each essay question at the end
  5. On average, completing this movie guide will require about 30-45 minutes in addition to the length of the movie

Google Classroom | Google Slide | Tips:

    1. Click on the link included in the PDF titled “Google Slides Version” and save a copy of the file to your Google Drive/Classroom
    2. Create an assignment for your students
    3. If you are using this resource for multiple classes and want to separate responses by class, create multiple copies of the Google Slides version with file names such as [Title]ClassPeriod[2] and then create assignments

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Get a feel for these movie guides and see if this resource is right for you. I ask questions that require students to ‘live’ on the higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy.

K12 Movie Guides are on these other platforms as well: