Documentary Activities Guide – Multi License

$69.00

Included in the Multi License Documentary Activities Guide:
– Documentary Activities Guide in PDF format – instant download
– Signed copy of the Director’s Cut DVD – mailed with license
– License to show film and use the guide with a multi classroom or group of students – mailed with DVD
– Signed by the Director movie posters

Once you purchase the Activities Guide, you will be directed to the download page.  You can download the PDF one time and have 5 days to do so.

Upon filling out the required information, we will email you the Multi License with the Director signed copy of the DVD and posters

  • Information for the license.
  • This is to give us a better understanding of who is using the Activities Guide.
  • This is to give us a better understanding of who is using the Activities Guide.

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By your purchase of the Activities Guide you agree that multiple educators may use this license within your primary organization/school.

If you are unsure of which license you need, read the guide below.

If you are looking for a Community Screening License, go here.

Description

Single vs. Multi License Guide (for use with Activities Guide):

  • Single License: single teacher using for primary classroom.  Single after school program.  Single at-home educational learning.
  • Multi License: multiple teachers using for multiple classrooms.  School wide viewing of movie. Library after school program with multiple times/sessions.

Our Activities Guide was developed to assist educators teaching age ranges 10-16 or middle and high school age students who are screening Keiko The Untold Story in their classrooms/learning environments.  If you are looking for a Community Screening License, go here.

Numerous topics, questions and activities are provided to heighten learning and understanding of orcas, their culture and social structure, and the impact of captivity.

The guide is organized into 3 main sections: before, during and after watching the documentary. In each section there are various approaches to engage with, explore, and enhance your group’s experiences with the documentary. It can be used on-line or in-classroom, or a combination.  Modification ideas for reading, writing, and visual learning are included.  This  guide works with full classrooms, small groups and even individually. Cliff notes and resources are included for educators at the end, along with images meant to be copied or reproduced in relation to the guide.

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