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Middle School: 1 Disciplinary Core Idea
High School: 3 Disciplinary Core Ideas
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- This video would be good as an introduction to a design process or engineering PBL, especially focusing on the adaptations needed in order to remain economically viable in a given region.
About the Science
- Video addresses Bangladesh's vulnerability to climate change, especially flooding, cyclones, and drought, and how communities are adapting.
- Passed initial science review - expert science review pending.
About the Pedagogy
- Video describes specific strategies to adapt to changing environmental conditions and shows the human side of this aspect of climate change by centering on Bangladesh – a poor, coastal country that is especially vulnerable to impacts of climate change.
- Helpful to show social and economic adaptation strategies in response to climate changes.
- Could be used as an ethics lesson since some of the people are purposely flooding the land with saltwater so they can raise more shrimp but, in the process, are further impairing the groundwater.
- Shows that climate impacts are happening now and are everywhere, not just in polar regions.
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- Visual quality good, even in full-screen mode.
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Next Generation Science Standards See how this Video supports:
Disciplinary Core Ideas: 1
MS-ESS3.A1:Humans depend on Earth’s land, ocean, atmosphere, and biosphere for many different resources. Minerals, fresh water, and biosphere resources are limited, and many are not renewable or replaceable over human lifetimes. These resources are distributed unevenly around the planet as a result of past geologic processes.
Disciplinary Core Ideas: 3
HS-ESS3.C1:The sustainability of human societies and the biodiversity that supports them requires responsible management of natural resources.
HS-ESS3.C2:Scientists and engineers can make major contributions by developing technologies that produce less pollution and waste and that preclude ecosystem degradation.
HS-ETS1.A2:Humanity faces major global challenges today, such as the need for supplies of clean water and food or for energy sources that minimize pollution, which can be addressed through engineering. These global challenges also may have manifestations in local communities