It’s All About Questions


Subject: Science & Health
Grade Level: All
Source: Cable in the Classroom

Colleges report an explosion in the number of students entering the field of forensic science, apparently due to the popularity of the TV series CSI and its spinoffs. There is an abundance of programs dealing with science, including Discovery Channel’s Mythbusters, The Weather Channel’s Storm Stories, and National Geographic Channel’s Naked Science.


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