Theories of Evolution and Creation and the Science that Supports Them Engage your students in the most compelling debate about science to occur since Galileo.
This video series is designed for public high school science classroom, but is also appropriate for private, Christian and home schools.
This 68 minute educational video is designed to be shown in public school classrooms. The DVD has been designed to meet the scientific requirements set by the Supreme Court and meet the needs of science teachers across America.
However, the response from home and private school students has been the most surprising. Many see the need to educate their students regarding evolution since students will be exposed to it sooner or later. During college, by co-workers or by simply watching nature documentaries Christian young people are flooded with evolutionary assumptions.
The documentary is anything but a talking head. The video engages students from the opening food fight, takes them quickly into the basics of science, elements of logic and sound reasoning with graphics, illustrations, re-enactments and quirky humor and charisma. In the second part the video shifts gears again into an intense debate between a devout Evolutionist and Creationist.
Suffice it to say there is a lot of stuff covered in Evolution versus Creation On A Level Playing Field video. Most of the people that I asked to review it for me had to watch it twice or more just to get everything. Accompanying the DVD is a CD-Rom with viewing, discussion and teacher guides that can be viewed and printed. If you home school these are great for your kids to fill out and analyze the video. If you are a teacher this is a ready made lesson for you to start a unit with.
Present by: Philip Pfanstiel ( Public School Teacher and Producer / Writer)
- Release: 2008
- Run Time: 68 min
- Format: Widescreen
- Languages: English
- UPC: 845121000658
- DVD: All Region
- Bonus CD-ROM Resource Pack
- Viewing guide handout for students.
- Discussion Guide
- Teacher's guide
- All can be viewed on screen or printed for classroom use