Science Episode 4 Series 1 Earthquakes – Know It All ABC (Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3)
Comedian Lauren Bonner and Spencer move and shake around Questacon learning a magnitude of facts about earthquakes.
Know It Alls – Earthquakes – Episode 4 Series 1 features exhibition material about earthquakes at Questacon.
There are 9 episodes in Know it Alls – Science Series 1. Each episode has a run time of eight minutes. Teachers should preview each episode before screening in the classroom and/or asking students to watch episodes for homework. The series is suitable for online learning.
It is envisaged that teachers will ask students to complete the worksheet before watching the quiz sequence of each episode. Students can then play along during the quiz sequence recording their answers to the quiz questions. Alternatively, quiz cards have been provided for the class to host their own quiz about each episode.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
ACSIS038, ACSHE051, ACSSU075, ACSSU077, ACSSU096
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Science and Tech » Working Scientifically and Design and Production » Physical World
Learning Intentions & Success Criteria
Students will learn about earthquakes.
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Internet connection, device and access to iView ABC. The link will be sent once you have made a booking.
More Information About This Event
Know It Alls – Science is suitable viewing for primary students in the Australian Curriculum learning area of Science. The series provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of important science concepts and processes, the practices used to develop scientific knowledge, science’s contribution to society, and its applications in our lives.
Know It Alls – Science can also be used to support STEM learning.