A comprehensive PowerPoint resource for teaching about energy and energy conversions. Potential and kinetic energy, energy forms and energy transformations are key topics in a physical science curriculum. Resource also includes student notes and assessment.
This resource contains:
• Editable PowerPoint Presentation (34 slides with quality images)
• Embedded url links to instructional videos. PowerPoint is editable so you can change the video links.
• Graphic student notes
• Test (with answer key)
Test formatted to be similar to state standardized tests and includes images and open-ended questions
What is Energy, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, Electrical Energy, Chemical Potential Energy, Thermal Energy, Nuclear Energy, Sound Energy, Electomagnetic Energy, Mechanical Energy, Electromagnetic energy, Energy Conversions, Newton’s Cradle, Conservation of Energy
Presentation targets content addressed by middle school science standardized tests.
All physical science resources are aligned with NGSS.
Other Energy Resources
Double and Triple Pendulums
Energy and Force Task Cards
Energy and Light bulbs
Kinetic and Potential Energy
Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy
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Other PowerPoint Presentations for Physical Science Topics
Newton's Laws of Motion
Electromagnetic Radiation and Sound Waves
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