Nye’s New Show will Save the World
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Everyone loves Bill Nye the Science guy, and now he is back and better than ever with a new show called “Save the World”. His new show is going to be released on Netflix in late April, and it was said to inform people on world issues. Bill Nye was a very well-known childhood favorite when needing assistance with learning science for students. He is able to make learning entertaining and interactive, so the information sticks with students. His new show will do the same thing, but it will tackle much larger issues and bring light to them in a captivating way.
“It was entertaining [the old show] and I actually learned something, and the entertaining aspect helped me remember it,” says junior Mark Romba.
Sometimes teachers just repeat the same information like hammering a nail into a wall and it does not stick with a student. It may take a joke, song, or even a little skit to get students involved and Bill Nye is a professional at this. He has all types of episodes from his old show with topics ranging from gravity to digestion. This new show focuses on world issues instead of isolated things. This is good because it will help students become aware of the world around them and enjoy learning it at the same time. His show is projected to do well as many eager brains await for the premier.
“I think the show will do well because it has many great learning values, and it is very interesting because it helps us learn new concepts beyond the everyday surface,” says freshman Mason Montilla.
The main point of Bill Nye’s new show to inform people on issues that are detrimental to earth and human existence. His show will cover topics such as global warming, alternate medicine, GMO’s, and technology. These are concepts that students encounter everyday, so it is important to see how they are affecting us and our quality of life.
“Those are important parts of life and many kids need to be informed so that they are aware and have a head start on trying to create a better life for our future generation,” says junior Justice Collins.