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NASA Spotlites videos are paired with interactive lessons and subject matter expert interviews to offer real-world connections.

Teachers may use the NASA eClips Spotlites Video Design Challenge to increase their students’ science literacy and communication skills. From research, to script, to screen, students build their own understanding of the science concept through creative video representations. This project may be used by digital media, science, and English teachers as an authentic, interdisciplinary task.


Play video - NASA Spotlite Ozone APS
Interactive Lesson: 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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NASA Spotlite Ozone APS

Student producers confront the misconception that there is an actual hole in the ozone layer and the hole is the cause of global warming.