(Science; the Environment; Caring for Animals) [12+]

Cue the theremin, summon some extraterrestrials, and insert that social commentary: It’s Rotten Tomatoes’ list of the 100 best sci-fi movies of all time, ranked by adjusted Tomatometer from at least 40 reviews!

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 (Marine Biology (Science/Technology);  Father/Son; Friendship;  Responsibility; Respect) [9-12]

wake me up when the world will stop sucking Kubrick's thing

The remarkable effects work and the production design charts a twenty-first century shaped by an art-deco aesthetic, though it’s also clear that Wells was more interested in speechifying than engaging the audience’s emotions. His absolute certainty that science will provide a better tomorrow delivers an antiseptically dull fate for us. And counter to his intentions, it’s the scrappy, combative rebels who appear the most engagingly, if fallibly, human. Trevor Johnston

Science Lesson Plans Using Movies and Film

Far from a run-of-the-mill slice of millennial angst, ‘Ghost in the Shell’ abounds in mysteries and paradoxes. The film is Japanese, but the world appears to be a version of Hong Kong; the setting is futuristic, but the soundtrack features ancient Japanese chant; the main characters are robots, yet they can’t relinquish certain human obsessions. A strange and subtle work of anime. Alex Dudok de Wit

(Science (Marine Biology);  Father/Son; Friendship;  Responsibility, Respect, Caring) [5 - 8]

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Science Movie Worksheets and Video Guides (movie …

— Snippet Lesson Plan using film clips from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Science & Technology/Physics) [10+; late elementary to high school; Film Clips: one minute and five seconds, in two segments; three additional optional segments; Lesson: Adds 30 minutes to a class in which the phenomenon of optical refraction is introduced.]

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(Health; Medicine; Science-Technology; U.S. 1991 - present; World/Asia; SEL: Courage; Surviving; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [13+]

(Science; the Environment; World/Antarctica;  Caring for Animals) [10+]

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— Snippet Lesson Plan using film clips from The Time Machine (Science/Biology; Science-fiction) [13+ Middle School and High School; snippet: 9 minutes; lesson: two class periods]

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— Snippet Lesson Plan using film clips from Microcosmos (Science-Biology) [5+; grades K - 12; snippet: 4 minutes; lesson: 30 minutes]

List of the best new science fiction movies

— using a film clip from Microcosmos (Science/Chemistry; molecules; surface tension) [10+; middle school and high school; snippet: 7 minutes (in three segments); lesson: the clips and related discussion will add about fifteen minutes to existing lesson plans.]