Are you teaching Nuclear Energy in Physics or Chemistry? Look no further – Mrs. Brosseau’s Binder has what you need!
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- A preparation worksheet before studying Nuclear Physics/Chemistry.
Nuclear Energy Timeline
- The history of the development of nuclear technologies the 1890s to today. Includes homework questions.
- A PowerPoint presentation with corresponding student notes and homework questions.
- A PowerPoint presentation with corresponding student notes, homework questions and a fun maze practice page.
Radioactive Decay – Maze Practice Page
- A fun way to review 5 different types of radioactive decay.
- A note with homework, along with a “lab” activity that models carbon dating.
Nuclear Fusion and Nuclear Fission
- A PowerPoint presentation and simple note.
Nuclear Power Generation
- A PowerPoint and Note that shows how nuclear energy stored in uranium is converted into electrical energy by CANDU nuclear reactors.
- A PowerPoint presentation with corresponding notes and homework that introduces Einstein’s most famous equation: E=mc^2.
Binding Energy Graphing Assignment
- An assignment with solutions and rubric in which students determine nuclear stability of different atoms using spreadsheet software like Excel.
Nuclear Physics Flipbook of Equations of Constants
- A booklet for you and your students to keep handy as you work through this unit.
Nuclear Physics Terminology Domino Puzzle
- A fun way to review specialized vocabulary for this unit.
The terms defined in this puzzle are:
Isotopes, nucleon, radioisotope, ground state, excited state, alpha decay, beta decay, gamma decay, positron, electron, proton, neutron, photon, ionizing radiation, half-life, carbon dating, nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, nuclear reactor, mass-energy equivalence, binding energy, mass defect, nuclear stability
Nuclear Energy Doodle Notes
when additional resources are added you’ll get those for free!
Many of these resources are editable, and offered in multiple formats. You’ll find PDF files that you can print quickly and DOCX, PPTX and EXCEL files that you can edit. Everything in this bundle has FULL SOLUTIONS.
Remember to purchase multiple licenses if you are sharing with a colleague or your department.
This entire unit is also part of my amazing, cost saving Physics Bundle!
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Mrs. Brosseau’s Binder
This resource aligns with the Ontario’s Secondary Science Curriculum: Energy Unit in Grade 11 University Physics SPH3U.
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