Blackfish (2013): Complete Video Guide
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The Blackfish (2013): Complete Video Guide
This is the perfect teaching resource that educators have been seeking to fuel enlightening discussions and deepen comprehension of the key ethical dilemmas illustrated in this gripping documentary. It's primarily aimed at grade 9-12 classrooms in Science, Social Studies, or Environmental Science disciplines. This all-inclusive video guide offers an outstanding opportunity for educators to stimulate intellectual curiosity and critical thinking among their students.Blackfish (2013), led by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, calls for a multifaceted exploration of the imprisonment of killer whales. Its central theme revolves around Tilikum - a captive male orca whose lifetime experience substantially contributes to ongoing discussions concerning these animals' well-being.
This resource goes beyond being just another movie guide; it forms an integral support structure that assists students’ learning during viewing. It comprises 20 well-thought questions strategically framed not merely to keep your students interested in the film but also stimulate their intellectual and emotional faculties.
- An included answer key: Helps instructors assess student understanding accurately without having to figure out possible answers on their own.
- A special feature: Encourages nurturing reflective practitioners with its bonus reflection short response question segment.
Last but not least, this video guide illuminates key facts surrounding Tilikum while offering seamless readiness-to-print options making it convenient for immediate use post download! To access Blackfish, you would require a Netflix, Amazon or iTunes account, aligning digital streaming services with traditional classroom elements. In essence, this resource marks a significant leap in incorporating contemporary documentaries into the educational experience of the students today.