Renewable Energy - Lab Station Activity
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This fully editable Lab Station Activity on Renewable Energy is meant to get your students out of their seats and engaged in the content. This activity was designed for High School biology science students.
Each station not only offers a unique opportunity to test your students' knowledge (offer an opinion, answer questions based on a video or reading, draw, etc.) but also provides a fantastic learning opportunity where your kids are learning through assessment. Each station comes with a description card while some also contain more detailed instructions, a reading, questions to answer, etc. Students are equipped with a recording sheet (passport) to write their answers. There is almost no prep for you. Simply print the cards, lay them out around the room and you're all set. An answer key is also provided where applicable.
No prep, no formatting, no issues. Simply download, print (or upload to your class site) and you're all set.
**This resource is fully editable for your convenience**
This resource covers the following topics:
- Wind energy
- Solar energy
- Costs of renewable vs nonrenewable energy
- Implementation of renewable and associated difficulties
- Social implications of renewable energy
Buyer Comment: "This was a perfect lab station activity to get my freshmen physical science students up and moving about the room. The assignment also fit perfectly into my unit on energy resources."
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Bonus Activities: To ensure your students don't have any downtime between stations, your lab also includes a 10-word word scramble and word search, both with an answer key. You can use them as part of their mark, as a bonus so it's not mandatory, etc. However you choose to use it, it will ensure that your students are always busy and never idle. Note: For stronger classes, I give the word scramble and for weaker ones, the word search.
How do the Lab Stations work? Each station is specially designed to be a unique complement to the material while at the same time, provide a valuable learning experience. Below is an overview of how each station works. In your activity, each will be tailored to the specific content.
Station 1: Get Hands-On – using their creative skills, students are required to draw or build.
Station 2: Research – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must research a specific question/issue surrounding the topic.
Station 3: Explain yourself – students write down an opinion to a question in paragraph form.
Station 4: Rest Station - students can use this time to catch up on work they didn't have time to complete at a previous station or prepare themselves for an upcoming one.
Station 5 - Applicability reading – students read a short passage from an article, website, etc. which directly connects the classroom content to a real-life application.
Station 6: Test your knowledge – students answer 5 multiple choice questions than provide a written explanation for how/why they came to their conclusions.
Station 7: Learn from the expert – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must watch a short video clip and answer the associated questions. They may stop, rewind and restart as often as they like during the time frame.
Station 8 - Rest Station.
Station 9: Become the question master – Students must create 2 multiple-choice questions, 2 true/false questions and 1 short answer question. Students must also supply the answers.
You might also be interested in my other lab station activities
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• Light Optics and the Production of Light
�� Sound, Sound Energy and Speed
• One and Two-Dimensional Motion
• Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement
• Mass, Volume, Density, & Buoyancy
- Work = F x d
- Nonrenewable energy sources
- Projectile Motion
- Momentum, Conservation of Momentum and Impulse
- The Doppler Effect and Supersonic Travel
• The Human Respiratory System
• Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis
• Cancer: Cell Division Gone Wrong - Volume I
• Cancer: Cell Division Gone Wrong - Volume II
• Genetic Material: DNA and RNA
• Transcription and Translation
• DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Alleles
- Excretory system
- Endocrine system
- Carbohydrates and Lipids
• The Scientific Method and Science Skills
• The Different Types of Clouds
Ecology and the Environment:
• The Classification of Living Things
• Biodiversity and Invasive Species
• Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis
• Plant Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
• Interactions Within Ecosystems
• Physical and Behavioral Adaptations
• Asteroids, Comets and Meteors
• Atomic Model, Notation and Atoms
• Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations
• Molecular and Ionic Compounds
• Physical and Chemical Properties & Changes
• Acids, Bases, and Neutralization Reactions
• Single and Double Displacement Reactions
• Balancing Chemical Equations
• Synthesis, Decomposition and Combustion Reactions
• Atomic Theory, Atomic Structure and Isotopes
• Types of Bonds and Intermolecular Forces
• The Particle Theory and the Classification of Matter
- Periodic table group properties
These station cards are meant to be used as a lab activity but can also be utilized in a review task before a test or a quiz. Used either way, your students will love it! I know mine do and I'm telling you from first-hand experience as I've used this activity in my own class.
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