Real World Science
Series Number: 54034
The multi-award winning Real World Science video series brings scientific principles, facts and theories to life. Created for the classroom, each video is comprised of HD live-action video, colorful graphics and animation clips to engage students. The series is designed to support lessons in the areas of earth, space, physical and life sciences.


Programs Included in the Series

 
 
Real World Science: All About Vaccines
This dynamic, live-action video will inform students about the vaccines.  The program begins with an explanation of the human immune system and how it defends the body from pathogens that cause disease.  Viewers will learn the difference between the innate and adaptive immune systems.Students will come to understand how scientists, using the scientific method, were first able to develop vaccines and that modern scientists continue to create new and better vaccines to prevent diseases that can be deadly to people around the world. Viewers will learn the the importance of "community immunity".
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-001 DVD
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Real World Science: Animal Behavior
In this information-packed program students will learn about the behavior patterns of all types of animals including mammals, birds, insects and more. From food gathering to mating, survival instincts and sleeping habits to social behaviors, this program shows students how behaviors of each animal help them to adapt to different environments.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-004 DVD
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Real World Science: Being Safe and Successful in the Science Lab
"""Being Safe and Successful in the Science Lab is a video program designed to assist teachers in creating a safe and successful learning environment in the high school laboratory setting. The video includes fifteen video segments each designed to inform and instruct students about appropriate procedures and behaviors in the science classroom laboratory. The topics covered include wearing proper personal protective equipment, chemical safety, handling spills, working with hot plates and Bunsen burners and other issues to make students aware of the need for safety. In addition, the program covers topics such as controls and variables, accurate measurements, how to prepare and observe microscope slides. This video is the perfect compliment your existing safety and laboratory instruction lessons. """
Audience: Junior High, Senior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-022 DVD
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Real World Science: Biological Vectors and Infectious Diseases
Using incredible videography, photos, animation and graphics, this information-packed video introduces students to biological vectors.  Viewers will learn that biological vectors carry and transmit disease that affect plants, animals and humans.The program explores various types of diseases spread by vectors including, Zika, Lyme Disease, Malaria, Dengue and Yellow Fever.  The video vividly demonstrates how a mosquito sucks blood from a human and then explains how a pathogen is transmitted.Students will learn how scientists who study insects and infectious diseases can use the information they gather to help control and prevent the transmission of vector-borne diseases around the world.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-002 DVD
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Real World Science: Brain and Nervous Systems
In the Brain & the Nervous System viewers will learn about the three key components of the nervous system -- the brain, spinal cord and nerves -- all made up of special cells called neurons that transmit electrical impulses throughout the body. Theyll discover the different types of neurons -- sensory, motor and associative; each with a specialized function. Reflex actions are discussed, as well as an in-depth look at the three main parts of the brain: cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-023 DVD
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Real World Science: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
In Circulatory & Respiratory Systems, students will discover how these two very important bodily systems work together to help keep us alive through a process called cellular respiration. A close-up look at the components of our blood: plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, demonstrates how critical blood is to our survival. Pumped by the heart through a vast network of vessels, our blood is the ultimate pick-up and delivery system, providing nutrients, carrying away harmful waste, and fighting against disease and infection.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-025 DVD
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Real World Science: Climates and Seasons
This live-action video program explores the different climates found on earth. Through use of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels, viewers will come to understand how weather, landforms and location affect climate in various places all around the world. Climate change and the effects of human behavior impacts climate.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-005 DVD
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Real World Science: Digestive and Excretory Systems
Digestive & Excretory Systems teaches students that, for food to be of use to our bodys cells, food needs to be broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream. This is the job of the digestive system, a complex series of tools that includes teeth, saliva, bile, acids and enzymes designed to reduce nutrients to a form that can be delivered to cells. Students will also learn that waste products and indigestible materials must be removed from the body. Viewers will learn that this is the role of the excretory system, which includes the liver, lungs, kidneys and the skin.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-024 DVD
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Real World Science: Earth Landforms
With HD footage from all over the world, this program shows students all the various types of landforms found on our planet. Animation segments demonstrate how land formations are created by movement of the earths plates, volcanoes, weather and erosion.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-006 DVD
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Real World Science: Ecosystems and Biomes
Ecosystems and biomes takes students on a journey around the globe to tropical rain forests, deserts and the ocean. Live footage and colorful graphics teach students about regions and climates, and explain the impact environments and living organisms have on each other. By viewing this program, students will come to understand biomes, how plants and animals coexist, climates and regions.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-007 DVD
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Real World Science: Electricity
Electricity makes our lives easier every day. We use electricity in our work and play. Because electricity is virtually unseen, it is often difficult to understand just where it comes from and how it works. By watching the video and discussing the concepts presented, children will enhance their knowledge about electricity. The video presents general information about electricity, as well as concepts regarding static and current electricity, atoms and electromagnetism.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-008 DVD
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Real World Science: Food Chain
This live-action video program is about food chains. The program is designed to reinforce and support a students comprehension of food chains and the relationship between plants and animals. Through use of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels, viewers will come to understand how that the food chain represents the continuous exchange of energy among organisms.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-009 DVD
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Real World Science: Forces
Real World Science: Force is one of a series of videos that encourages children to explore the world of science in their immediate surroundings. Through observation and experimentation, students will learn properties of forces, Newtons Laws of Motion and how pressure affects the world around them. This program encourages students to explore their surroundings and to discover the fascinating impact forces have on their everyday lives.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-010 DVD
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Real World Science: Fossils and Dinosaurs
The age of dinosaurs comes alive as viewers take a trip back in time. State-of-the-art animatronic dinosaurs help to create what life was like 60 million years ago. In this program students will learn the names and distinctive features of many of the most common dinosaurs. They will discover how fossils are formed and come to understand that fossils can give us clues about how dinosaurs lived and died.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-011 DVD
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Real World Science: Habitats
Why are habitats important? Live-Action footage of animals and colorful animation help students discover the answer. This program takes viewers around the world to explore the tundra, desert, grasslands, forests and waterways of the world, and learn about the plants and animals that live there.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-012 DVD
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Real World Science: Light
Using real world demonstrations and colorful graphics, Real World Science: Light teaches students the different properties of light, pertinent definitions and how light travels. Students will learn how different mediums can affect light, resulting in reflection, refraction and absorption, and they will explore the color spectrum using prisms and paints.
Audience: Primary, Upper Elementary
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-027 DVD
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Real World Science: Magnetism
Magnets can be found in many objects that we use everyday. Not only are they located in man-made objects, but magnetic materials can be found in nature as well. In fact, the mineral, magnetite, was found to have magnetic properties long before humans learned how to make magnets on their own. By viewing the video and discussing the concepts presented, students will enhance their knowledge about magnetism. The video presents general information about magnetism, as well as concepts about atoms, and the relationship between electricity and magnets.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-013 DVD
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Real World Science: Matter: Solids, Liquids and Gases
Matter. It is all around us. Everything on Earth is made of matter. Learning about the different properties of matter will allow students to understand how environmental and human factors affect the changing world we live in. By viewing the video and discussing the concepts presented, students will enhance their knowledge about solids, liquids and gases.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-014 DVD
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Real World Science: Our Solar System
Satellite footage, telescopic photos and animation are used to teach students about the many fascinating aspects of our solar system. Viewers are introduced to ancient astronomers, telescopes, observatories and space exploration. Students will discover exciting facts about planets, orbits, gravity, revolution and rotation. The program also features discussions of the sun, comets, asteroids and meteors.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-016 DVD
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Real World Science: Our Sun
Through telescopic video and photos combined with animated graphics, students will learn about the layers of the sun and its effects on earth, the moon and all the objects in our solar system and the universe.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-015 DVD
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Real World Science: Rocks and Minerals
Satellite footage, telescopic photos and animation are used to teach students about the many fascinating aspects of our solar system. Viewers are introduced to ancient astronomers, telescopes, observatories and space exploration. Students will discover exciting facts about planets, orbits, gravity, revolution and rotation. The program also features discussions of the sun, comets, asteroids and meteors.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-017 DVD
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Real World Science: Seeds and Plants
This visually exciting program explores the world of rocks and minerals and shares what he learns with viewers. Combing animation with live video footage, the program demonstrates how rocks are formed and how they change. Students will learn to identify common minerals and identify properties of rocks.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-018 DVD
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Real World Science: Simple Machines
Students learn to define and recognize the six simple machines: the inclined plane, the wedge, the screw, the lever, the wheel and axle, and the pulley. Real life situations demonstrate the function and purpose of each machine. Students learn the definition of work and the relationship between force and distance.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-019 DVD
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Real World Science: Skeletal and Muscular Systems
In Skeletal & Muscular Systems, students learn that bones and muscles work together to protect our bodies and enable us to move. Students will come to realize that bones, in addition to providing support for our bodies and protecting vital organs, is where blood is manufactured! Viewers also learn that bones are classified by shape; long, short, flat and irregular; and that there are three types of muscles; skeletal, smooth and cardiac. Colorful graphics and animation illustrate how joints work with the help of connective tissues like cartilage, ligaments and tendons.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-026 DVD
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Real World Science: Sound
Helping children relate to the topics they study is what the Real World Science series of videos does best. Real World Science: Sound helps students learn the principles of sound, the range of human hearing and significant terms, as they discover the science behind everyday sounds. Students will also travel deep into the ocean and high into the skies in search of creatures that use echolocation.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-020 DVD
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Real World Science: The Science of Climate Change
This live-action video program explores the different climates found on earth.  Through use of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels, viewers will come to understand how weather, landforms and location affect climate in various places all around the world.  The program also discusses climate change and the effects of human behavior and how it impacts climate.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-003 DVD
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Real World Science: The Scientific Method
We solve problems every day. We also ask questions every day. In order to best come up with answers for our questions or solve our problems, we use a process. The process known as the Scientific Method gives us a format for engaging in a step-by-step approach to come up with a reasonable solution. It is important for students to understand and use the Scientific Method when solving problems and answering questions, to ensure that they identify reliable solutions. By viewing the video and discussing the concepts presented, students will enhance their knowledge about the scientific method. The video presents general information about the scientific method, as well as identifying the steps and giving real world examples of the scientific method being used to solve everyday problems or answer questions.
Audience: Primary, Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-028 DVD
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Real World Science: Trash and the Environment
What happens to buried garbage? How does garbage change? What problems does garbage cause? By taking a trip to a recycling center, landfill and town dump kids will come to understand what happens to trash and garbage after they throw it away. The program focuses on the environmental problems created by solid waste and offers suggestions for ways to alleviate the problem. Children will come to understand that through daily conservation methods, people can control the amount of waste they produce.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-021 DVD
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Real World Science: Weather
Viewers take a trip above the earth's atmosphere to learn about weather around the world. Students will come to understand the relationship between water, air and heat and how they interact to make weather happen. The terms atmosphere, condensation, evaporation and precipitation are explained through animated diagrams. This program also talks about meteorologists and the instruments they use to predict weather.
Audience: Upper Elementary, Junior High, General
Closed Captioning: No
P54034-029 DVD
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