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Selecting a Film

When selecting a film for repurposing, an instructor should be looking for a film that includes high numbers of science concepts or a film which has a focus on science content. When picking an appropriate video, one should be looking for a video that contains relevant science for the desired topic. If the instructor is not a film fan of high science content or science fiction films, then he/she should find a film aficionado who can help (there are lots) in locating films that are relevant to the topic. When a list of films has been developed, the instructor should review the films and determine which film is most appropriate. The film selected should be understandable for the target audience, also the material in the film should be relevant and applicable to the viewers.

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