This Video Response Worksheet and Key is based on the BBC documentary series "Blue Planet II - Episode 4: Big Blue" as narrated by David Attenborough.
You will receive a zip file which contains a Video Response Worksheet (in both PDF and editable DOCX formats) and a Video Response Worksheet Key (in both PDF and editable DOCX formats).
Video Response Worksheets will turn your history or science lesson into a rich educational experience that keeps students attentive, engaged, and accountable. The questions are designed so that they occur at a regular pace to keep the students engaged but not overloaded. They are also designed so that a review of the completed worksheet gives students a basic overall summary of the video.
SERIES DESCRIPTION: Take a deep breath and embark on a magical, mind-blowing voyage into the most undiscovered place on our planet: the ocean.... Presented by Sir David Attenborough and scored by Academy Award-winner Hans Zimmer, Planet Earth: Blue Planet II takes viewers on a revelatory and magical journey into the mesmerizing world of our oceans — by turn tempestuous and serene, exquisitely beautiful and bleakly forbidding. They cover 70% of the Earth’s surface and hold 97% of all the water in the world. There is more life in the deep sea than anywhere else on Earth, and it is said we know more about the surface of Mars than the depths of our own planet. Our final frontier is the deep ocean – Earth's ‘inner space’.
IN THIS EPISODE: The big blue is a marine desert, far from shore, miles deep, with almost nothing to eat. And home to some of the largest and most spectacular creatures on Earth. With special pressure-proofed cameras, watch Sperm whales hunt for squid 3,000 feet down.