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Critter Superheroes Series: Bad Movie Science Camp- The Animal Kingdom
Ever watch a movie and think, "that animal can't do that!" We are going to break down some bad science relating to animals in live action, animated, and bug movies! Get the skinny on what the animals CAN and CANNOT do!
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over 1 week
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Everyone loves a great movie with action and animals and...really bad science? We are going to breakdown three types of movies and correct some of the horribly incorrect information about animals and wildlife. What did the movies get right...and what did they invent? The animal kingdom and wildlife are amazing without making things up! Class 1: Animals in Live Action Movies Let's examine how animals in fun flicks like "Jumanji", "The Meg", and even the classic "The Princess Bride" are...
Learners will be able to identify animal adaptations Learners will have a basic understanding of the natural history (geographic locations, feeding, behavior, etc...) of various popular movie animals
I have many years experience working as an educator at two major zoos and a large natural science museum.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tara OakesWe're all scientists!
75 total reviews
64 completed classes
You can't do good science without making a mess! That has become my personal teaching motto over the last several years...and I do enjoy a good, messy, hands-on activity! All students are scientists and can have incredible futures in STEM and my...