One Strange Rock

This episodic documentary series tells the story of Earth’s history from a planetary perspective. Within our solar system, planet Earth is utterly unique among the planets, moons, and dwarf planets found there. Only Earth has a breathable atmosphere, the ability to “heal” itself following planetary bombardment in its early history and more recent “extinction events,” and large amounts of liquid water on its surface.


Buy MovieStream Movie
- +

Product Description

One Strange Rock Curriculum Guide

Lesson 1: A Tour of the Solar System (Earth Science, Geology, Biology, General Science)
Lesson 2:  The Goldilocks Planets (Earth Science, Geology, Biology, General Science)
Lesson 3: The Soil Is “Alive”: The Gaia Hypothesis (Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry)
Lesson 4: Mighty Microbes (Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry)
Lesson 5: The History of Life (History, Geology, Biology, Chemistry)
Lesson 6: Seeing Earth From Space (Creative Writing, English, Social Studies)
Lesson 7: The History of the Space Program (History, Physics, Social Studies)
Lesson 8: The Air We Breathe (Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, Social Studies)

Preview Curriculum Guide</span

To download your free curriculum resources, simply:
1. Sign up for a FREE account   2. Click “Add to Cart” (top of page)  3. Click cart icon and select “checkout”  4. Then you can download your PDF(s)

Journeys in Film supports the Sustainable Development Goals.

This curriculum guide connects to the following United Nations SDGs. Learn more about teaching with SDGs:

Lime green background. 15 in white in the upper left hand corner. Life on Land next to the number. White art centered on the green background features a tree with silhouettes of 3 birds.

You may also like…

Content is protected. Right-click function is disabled.