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NASA Spotlites videos are short (90-120 second) student-produced videos designed to address science misconceptions. The videos are used within classroom-ready 5E lessons that utilize interactive technologies. Lessons foster conceptual change and deeper understanding of scientific vocabulary.

Ozone

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Interactive Lesson: Ozone

Ozone

In this activity, students explain what the ozone layer is, how it is changing and why it is important to life on Earth as a result of watching the Spotlite video, learning the vocabulary collaboratively, and discussing the relationship of the ozone layer to how radiation reaches Earth's surface.

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Ozone

Arlington Public Schools (Arlington, Virginia) student producers confront the misconception that there is an actual hole in the ozone layer and the hole is the cause of global warming.