$450

Middle School Physical Science Collection

The Middle School Physical Science Collection includes 20 engaging video programs correlated to the curriculum and specifically designed for the classroom. These titles include a wide range of physical science topics including electricity, matter, chemistry, motion, force, energy, waves, sound, and light. Each journal-reviewed, interactive 20-minute title includes on-screen questions, vocabulary, and video quiz. Every program also includes a high-quality, time-saving 30-page teacher's guide that includes student learning objectives, standards correlations, lesson plans, assessments, vocabulary, reading, writing, and hands-on activities. Collections are available in DVD format or digital files.Correlated to the Next Generation Science Standards. 

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Sample Video: Matter
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Middle School Physical Science DVD Collection

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20 DVDs and 20 Teacher's Guides.  Each DVD includes 20-minute video, chapter index, subtitles, 30-page Teacher's Guide, labeled slides and glossary.

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  • VLC120DVD
Price:$1349.00
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Middle School Physical Science Digital Collection

Single School License. 20 Digital Bundles and 20 Teacher's Guides.  Digital Bundles include video files for full show and content clips in H.264 (for iPods) and.WMV format. Plus images (.jpg), teacher's guides (.pdf) and metadata.

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  • VLC120DIGITAL
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Titles in the collection include:



Atoms
Bonding
Compounds in Chemistry
Current Electricity
Electromagnetism

Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
Energy
Force and Newton's Laws
Magnetism
Motion

Reactions
Simple Machines
Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Sound
The Nature of Electricity

The Nature of Light
The Periodic Table
Using Light
Waves
What is Matter?