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About the Science
- Animation illustrates the formation of oil and gas from ocean detritus and sediment in the sedimentary layers that form at the ocean bottom.
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About the Pedagogy
- There are links to multiple supportive resources for teachers at this website, including an oil formation misconception quiz and a short video. The scientific vocabulary is well-defined. A transcript of the animation is also provided. Teachers can register at the home url http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/ to gain access to ideas on how to teach the content.
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