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This unit includes all of what you need to teach alternative energy forms. The unit includes an informational sheet on each of the five energies. There are activities, or demonstrations, to go with all five forms. Activities include making a wind turbine, a water turbine, and collecting temperatu
Biofuels - Food or Fuel? This resource is suitable for high school students as well as strong middle-school students. Tackle literacy and science by having your students read and answer questions from a scientific article. Questions include knowledge (direct from the paper), thinking, connecting, ap
What is Biofuel? Biofuels are fuels that are created from organic material (biomass) either directly or indirectly. Unlike traditional fossil fuels, biofuel is made from organic materials like plants or even animal waste. Biofuels are what provide us with bioenergy, which takes care of around 10 per
What is biofuel? Biofuels are fuels that are created from organic material (biomass) either directly or indirectly. Unlike traditional fossil fuels, biofuel is made from organic materials like plants or even animal waste. Biofuels are what provide us with bioenergy, which takes care of around 10 per
Biofuels use biological matter (animal and plant) to create energy. Biofuel is renewable when plants are used because, of course, plants can always be grown. However, they do require dedicated machinery for extraction, which can indirectly contribute to increased emissions even if biofuels themselve
This is a great inquiry lab that allows student creativity while designing and conducting an experiment to solve a real-world issue. Students explore the combustible properties of Limonene in citrus fruits. This can be used to teach about cleaner, alternative fuels in environmental science. It could
Grades:
9th - 12th
Students access/view various Youtube clips to explore the problems/potentials of using Biofuels as an alternative energy source. The assignment includes a hook, an information gathering activity, and then a critical thinking activity based on a proposal to use algae to generate biofuels.
Grades:
8th - 12th
This is a worksheet that guides independent student work through the BrainPOP website with questions to check for understanding. Not just the video! There are articles, games, review and more. Perfect for a no prep lesson, sub day, introduction, or review! Answer Key included.Make sure your school h
Easy for students to follow and complete remotely or in the classroomIntroductory assignment on this topic. Basically the 5W's that apply:1. Students are directed to a school safe online resource2. Students read about the topic3. Students list 4 Facts about the topic4. Students summarize the topic i
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
What is biofuel? Biofuels are fuels that are created from organic material (biomass) either directly or indirectly. Unlike traditional fossil fuels, biofuel is made from organic materials like plants or even animal waste. Biofuels are what provide us with bioenergy, which takes care of around 10 per
Introduction to forms of energy with a focus on Chemical Energy from fossil fuels and bio fuels.
This slideshow goes into detail on different types of biofuels, their uses, and their benefits and drawbacks. It focuses on mainly ethanol and biodiesel.
Students explore the process and pros and cons of using biofuels and hydropower using a variety of both interactive and text based websites.
Grades:
6th - 12th
This document shows how YOU can turn any relevant news article into a lesson to use within your GED Science class. Students need to know current trends in energy production. Biofuels are a perfect example! They also will need to be able to write a response citing evidence that is found within a s
What are biofuels? What is a biofuels processing technician? In this activity, students analyze a case study of Sweden's biofuel program. They then compare and contrast Sweden with the USA and their own community. Activities support NGSS standard MS-PS1-3 and Common Core RST.6-8.1. Purchase includes
A foldable for 5 terms: solar energy, wind energy, biofuels, geothermal, and hydroelectric energy. This foldable does NOT include any instructions on notes or how to fill these out. I know that different teachers like to give specific definitions so they are blank, and meant for you to fill in with
This includes 10 questions over alternative energy (geothermal, solar, wind, biofuels, hydroelectricity) through various methods including multiple choice, sorting, pairing, etc.
These foldables will help your students identify 5 alternative energy resources (solar energy, biofuels, wind energy, geothermal energy and hydroelectric energy). Differentiated versions are also included.This resource may be used: -with grades 3-6.-with whole group, small groups or individual inst
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3rd - 6th
Based on the three videos from Brainpop on alternative energy sources: solar, wind, biofuels. Ten question multiple choice quiz. It will fit to one page in word 2014 with the margins set to narrow, but the document is word so it can be edited to any size necessary.
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Grades:
3rd - 8th
This set includes 5 title cards (solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, hydroelectric energy, biofuels) and 12 sorting cards that are either a picture or short sentence describing one of the titles. Students decide which heading to place the card under. This is a great resource to use at the
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5th
Rubric designed to drive the research behind natural energy resources (coal, oil, natural gas, bio fuels, wind, etc.) The lesson is designed so each student or group of students will become an expert in their area and share their knowledge with their classmates.
Grades:
4th - 7th
An introduction to different forms of alternative energy resources, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biofuels. The kids will evaluate different types of energy and identify their sources, availabilities, and whether they are renewable, non-renewable, or inexhaustible.
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Grades:
5th - 8th
This bundle addresses TEK 5.7C; identify alternative energy resources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biofuels. You are getting the following: 1. Reading-short paragraphs describing each alternative energy resource, 2. Vocabulary- matching vocabulary words with definitions, 3.
A dominoes game for 2-4 players that reviews alternative energy (Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Hydroelectric Power, Biofuels, and Geothermal Energy). Includes teacher instructions, game instructions, and alternative energy dominoes game. Students must match the alternative energies to the correct descr
Grades:
3rd - 8th

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