Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking: The Story of Everything Worksheet (2011)

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The title says it all—this is the journey from where the universe started to how we believe it could end. But this is not a religious creationism story. This story is brought to us by the awesome powers of science, which employs quantified knowledge obtained over hundreds of generations. There are few more qualified than Stephen Hawking to explain this grand journey of how the cosmos started and how it might end. Students just need to sit back and watch. (And fill in the documentary guide!)

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Hawking discusses scientific concepts such as cosmic inflation, red-shifted light, blue-shifted light, the large-scale universe, Hubble’s Law, the Big Bang, matter and antimatter annihilation, mass and energy equivalence, matter irregularities in the early cosmos, galaxy formation, the structure of the universe, nuclear fusion, element creation, black hole effects on matter and time, interstellar nebulae, the phenomenon of life, the need for a grand designer, challenges the human species faces, mass extinction events, asteroid impacts, the exploration of Mars, the impact of Mar’s environment on future colonists, stellar evolution and the effect on the future Earth, the red giant phase of stars, human genetic engineering, dark energy, dark matter, the big crunch, and the big chill.
This documentary is appropriate for the following classes: astronomy, physics, biology, general science, physical science, geology, and chemistry.
The documentary guide is 3 pages long, with a total of 43 higher-order thinking questions. The video is 1:27 long, designed to be shown over two classes (about 42 minutes each day) with time left over after each class to answer individual student questions or to facilitate a group discussion.

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