This Video Response Worksheet and Key is based on the BBC documentary series "Life - Episode 4: Fish" 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: David Attenborough looks at the extraordinary ends to which animals and plants go in order to survive. Featuring epic spectacles, amazing TV firsts and examples of new wildlife behavior.
IN THIS EPISODE: Fish dominate the planet's waters through their astonishing variety of shape and behavior.
The beautiful weedy sea dragon looks like a creature from a fairy tale, and the male protects their eggs by carrying them on his tail for months. The sarcastic fringehead, meanwhile, appears to turn its head inside out when it fights.
Slow-motion cameras show the flying fish gliding through the air like a flock of birds and capture the world's fastest swimmer, the sailfish, plucking sardines from a shoal at 70 mph. And the tiny Hawaiian goby undertakes one of nature's most daunting journeys, climbing a massive waterfall to find safe pools for breeding.