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Science: Time Lapse Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan Published 11/2/17 Last updated on 8/9/18

Document a comparison between conventional and unconventional garden methods with a time lapse video created in Adobe Premiere Clip. In this lesson, students explore unconventional gardening methods and measure garden inputs and outputs in order to make informed decisions about the most cost effective and efficient methods of horticulture. After growing their crops, students design and build a time lapse video to record their experiment.

Time lapse videos can be created for many different high school science projects including documenting chemistry experiments, physics simulations, or the engineering design process. Adapt this lesson to fit your high school science projects.

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