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The Animated Story Of Galileo Video On Interactive DVD

By: Animated Hero Classics | Richard Rich

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Teach persistence, humility and other positive character traits through the Nest Learning DVD on the life of Galileo. Today, every child learns that the earth revolves around the sun. Yet in sixteenth century Europe, that belief was considered absolutely false!  Galileo was the extraordinary astronomer and inventor who discovered the truth, at the risk of his reputation and freedom.

Excellent for developing home school curriculum and a great teaching resource for the month of February.  (Galileo Galilei’s birthday is February 15).

Each Interactive Galileo DVD features:
    All features offerred in English and Spanish 
    English and Spanish movie and subtitles and audio dialog 
    Have fun learning history and character with 3-Level Interactive Quiz 

Bonus Offer - Each Galileo DVD includes a Free Instant Download of our 48 Page Activity and Coloring book
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1. Kimberley on 5/31/2012, said:

My seven year old enjoyed this so much that he watched it several times in one night. The story caused him to think about how people can choose to get angry over the wrong things and do things that they may later regret.
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Often referred to as the “Father of modern astronomy,”the “Father of modern physics,” and the “Father of science,” Galileowas a man of determination and intolerance.  At the risk of ruining hisreputation, he disproved one of Aristotle’s theories and in turn, spent the last 8 years of his life under house arrest. Learn of Galileo’s courage and genius in this revealing story of howhis integrity led to a whole new universe of discovery and knowledge.

Main Characters:
Galileo, Cardinal Barberini/Pope Urban V111, Bonicelli, Clavis, Colombe, Hans, Pope Paul, Sagredo

Overall Theme:
Galileo is called the father of modern science. He dared to challenge Aristotle’s theories and proved the earth revolves around the sun. He believed what good is knowing the truth if you are not willing to defend it.

Summary:

Galileo Galilei (February 15, 1564-January 8, 1642) was an Italian physicist, astronomer, astrologer, and philosopher associated with the scientific revolution. In addition to discovering that the Earth revolves around the sun, Galileo is also credited for making improvements to the telescope and making the first systematic study of uniformly accelerated motion

The time is 1589 in Pisa Italy. As a professor in a univeristy classroom, Galileo questions the ideas of Aristotle. Knowing that he could be convicted of heresy, he continues to teach that the sun is the center of the universe and not the earth.

He proves his theories by improving a toy called the spyglass.  With his new invention of the telescope, he discovers Jupiter has moons revolving around it. This was the proof he needs to show that not everything revolves around the earth. Clavius, a friend of Galileo’s, convinces him to sign a document that says he will not teach that Aristotle is wrong, so he can continue to share his theories.

Pope Urban tells Galileo that he can write a book if he presents both his and Aristotle’s views fairly. Columbe, being jealous of Galileo, finds the document signed by Galileo promising not to teach that Aristole is wrong. Columbe has a forger add to the document that Galileo also promises never to teach his own theories again.

Galileo is found guilty of heresy and is sentenced to house arrest. His faithful servant, Sagredo, is at his side as he dies. Sagredo takes the writings of Galileo and smuggles them into Holland where they can be printed.

Background:

Until the time of Galileo, the church had accepted Aristolte’s views of the universe.  Anyone that challenged the ideas of the church could be convicted of heresy and be sentenced to death. Galileo dared to think the unthinkable and defend the indefensible. He went on to inspire Isaac Newton in his Theory of Gravitation, which later gave birth to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.

BONUS Resource & Activity Books

Each interactive DVD includes a 48-page Resource & Activity Book full of skill-developing activities, word games, puzzles, coloring pages, and more! Provides hours of fun and learning for the entire family! The special “Certificate of Achievement” located in the back of the book serves as an excellent award your child can display after completing the activities.

Principles and Values Taught in This Video
Humility, Kindness, Love, Wisdom, Virtue, Generosity, Observation, Work, Persistence, Dedication, and Commitment.

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