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  • Global Warming ASU. (n.d.).http://globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/. Retrieved September 29, 2013, from globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/Lesson+Plan+2+-+An+Arctic+Tale
  • Arctic Tale Movie. (n.d.). Arctic Tale Movie. Retrieved September 30, 2013, from http://www.arctictalemovie.com/
  • Global Warming ASU. (n.d.).http://globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/. Retrieved September 29, 2013, from globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/Lesson+Plan+2+-+An+Arctic+Tale

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  • Absorb Activity- Documentary By Miranda Fadness EDU 652 Professor Nortz September 30, 2013
  • Consist of information and the actions learners take to extract and comprehend knowledge from that information ( P. 67). Absorb Activities
  • Types of Absorb Activities Absorb Activities Presentations Readings Stories by Teachers Field Trips
  • Presentation-Informational Film Presents factual information in a visual narrative. Used to present logical narrative and to present a cause-effect relationship. Used to education, inform, and motivate people. Keeps students engaged by having a visual effect.
  • Informational Film We will be watching the documentary film Arctic Tale.
  • Trailer for Arctic Tale  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bR9DlFFxtA  After watching this clip, before viewing the whole film we will do an activity. 1. Get together as a group and discuss. 2. Assessment: I will informally observe what the students already know about global warming as a pre-assessment during the discussion. 3. Key Questions: What does this video show about global warming? 4. Follow Up Questions: -Where did the ice that the polar bears live on go? -Is it nature for the polar bears to struggle, or is something wrong? -If the polar bears are struggling, how are other animals being affected?
  • Lessons to learn from the film  The climate and interaction of animals in the polar arctic.  The way that Polar bears and Walruses work together to survive a harsh climate.  The effects of global warming on the earth.  What can we do as humans?
  • Watch the full film through two class periods
  • After the film Activity and Assessment Students will discuss in small groups their thoughts on global warming, and how they as kids can or cannot make a difference. Each student will come up with one study that they think scientists should perform to help solve or learn more about global warming. Assessment: Students will share their chosen study with the class. What are the effects of Global Warming? Follow Up Questions Follow Up Questions: -Can I see, taste, smell, hear, or feel global warming? -What can I change in my daily life to help stop global warming? -What kinds of studies could scientists do to study climate change? -What may happen if Global Warming continues? ( Global Warming, 2013)
  • References  Arctic Tale Movie. (n.d.). Arctic Tale Movie. Retrieved September 30, 2013, from http://www.arctictalemovie.com/  Global Warming ASU. (n.d.).http://globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/. Retrieved September 29, 2013, from globalwarmingasu.wikispaces.com/Lesson+Plan+2+- +An+Arctic+Tale  Horton, W. (2012). E-Learning by design (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Wiley.