• Energy DIYs

    6.7 A- Research and debate the advantages and disadvatages of using coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear power, biomass, wind, hydropower, geothermal and solar resources.

    6.7 B- Design a logical plan to manage energy resources in the home, school or community.
     
    6.9 A- Investigate methods of thermal energy transfer, including conduction, convection and radiation.
     
    6.9 B- Verify through investigations that thermal energy moves in a predictable pattern from warner to cooler until all the substances attain the same temperature such as an ice cube melting.
     
    6.9 C- Demonstrate energy transformation such as energy in a flashlight battery changes from chemical energy to electrical energy to light energy. 
     
    DIY #1
    Energy Source Notes
    1.) Click on the link: Energy Sources Notes
    2.) Copy notes cornell style into your Science Notebook

     
    DIY #2
    Energy Transformation Notes.
    1.) Click on the link: Energy Transformation Notes   
    2.) Copy the notes Cornell Style into your Science Notebook. 
     
     
    DIY #3
    Thermal Energy Notes
    1.) Click on the link: Thermal Energy PPT Notes 
    2.) Copy the notes Cornell Style into your Science Notebook. 
     
    DIY #4
    Thermal Energy Foldable 
    1.) Click on the link: Thermal Energy Foldable   
    2.) Must be colored, folded, and glued into the next clean page. 
     
     
    DIY #5
    BrainPop-Forms of Energy & Energy Sources and Heat 
    1.) Log into BrainPop (username: Alvinisd043  password: brainpop).
    2.) Search the following videos in search bar one at a time: Forms of Energy, Energy Sources and Heat.
    3.)After each video complete the quizzes. Quizzes will be in the folder labeled DIY #5 
    4.) Pay attention to title of quiz page and title of video. You may watch videos as many times as you would like.
    5.) Either fold and glue in or create a pocket in your notebook. It is up to you. 
     
    DIY#6
    Reading Science! Clean Energy
    1.) Click on the link: Reading Science! Clean Energy 
    2.) Read the article. Pick up the questions that go along with article in the folder labeled DIY #6.
    3.) Check your answers. Fold and glue in or create a pocket.
     
    DIY#7
    Reading Science! Thermal Energy Transformations
    1.) Click on the link: Reading Science! Thermal Energy Transformations     
    2.) Read the article. Pick up the questions that go along with article in the folder labeled DIY #7.
    3.) Check your answers. Fold and glue in or create a pocket.
     
    DIY#8 
    Reading Science! Flashlights
    1.) Click on the link: Reading Science! Flashlights     
    2.) Read the article. Pick up the questions that go along with article in the folder labeled DIY #8.
    3.) Check your answers. Fold and glue in or create a pocket.
     
     
    DIY#9
    Energy Transformation Card Sort. You will need to get the card sort answer sheet from the DIY#9 folder (says BLM 5 at the bottom of the page) and a set of pictures. Complete the card sort and show me your results.
     
    DIY#10
    BrainPop. Log in to BrainPop (username: Alvinisd043 password: brainpop). Watch ALL of the following videos by searching them in the search bar: Solar, Wind, Nuclear, Biofuels, Fossil Fuels, Gas & Oil, and Dams. Create a T-Chart on the next clean page of your INB. Label one side Renewable and the other side Nonrenewable. Place each of the energy sources in the correct column. When you have placed them write a 7-10 sentence summary comparing the advantages and disadvantages of each resource. 
     
     
    Watch the following videos:
    1.) Potential and Kinetic Energy Videos. (5 videos) Watch all.
    2.) Renewable Resources Videos. (14 Videos). Watch all.
    3.) Nonrenewable Resources. (1 video)
    4.) Nuclear Energy
     
     
     
     
     
    When you have completed all 10 DIYs you may click on any of the links below.