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Teaching Resources from the Science Fiction Museum

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Science fiction predicts change, explores consequences, and studies potential futures. It teaches adaptability and open mindedness in the face of change. It performs "imaginary experiments" to see how people react to change before the change actually happens, and provides a different perspective on our world. Science fiction writers see the future as a consequence of our present day. In this light, it is also a vehicle for social analysis and an opportunity to experiment with new concepts and their effects on humanity and the world. Science fiction presents many issues from many different points of view for us to examine.


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Biology in Science Fiction: Free Fiction

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A directory of free science fiction stories with a bioscience twist that may prove useful in illustrating concepts in biology.


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Intro to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction

Intro to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction | Sci-Fi Genre | Scoop.it
Want to write sci-fi and/or fantasy? Don't know the difference between an elvish sword and a lightsaber? Kat Howard will teach you to write effective, exciting, fantastical stories.
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Basic Science Fiction Library

Basic Science Fiction Library | Sci-Fi Genre | Scoop.it

A resource for teachers to access some of the classics of science fiction, wtih works by Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Octavia Buter, David Brin, Philip K. Dick, and Philip Jose Farmer.


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In Lab Lit, Fiction Meets Science of the Real World

In Lab Lit, Fiction Meets Science of the Real World | Sci-Fi Genre | Scoop.it
A genre of serious fiction deploys strong characters dealing with realistic scientific issues.
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