Who isn’t going to see “Finding Dory” when it comes out next week?

So, it’s likely that by the fall, many educators and students will have viewed it at least once, and will be more than eager to see it – or scenes from it – again when it comes out in DVD or streaming a few months later.

Disney has published an extensive “Finding Dory” Educator’s Guide that looks like it could be useful.

It’s science-oriented, though I suspect there will be some opportunities to connect Social Emotional Learning to the film, too.

And, speaking of Nemo and Dory, Film Education has an equally extensive series of science-based lessons for the original “Finding Nemo,” and Teach With Movies has a broader teaching guide.

By the way, I’ve got a great clip from the original movie at The Best Funny Videos Showing The Importance Of Being Bilingual Or Multilingual — Part One. It shows the advantages of Dory being able to speak “whale.”