A 4-page worksheet
that introduces the topic of energy transfer diagrams (ETDs)
and challenges students to create 8 of their own from real-life examples given.
provides a short introduction of the Law of Conservation of Energy and how it pertains to energy transfers
. The introduction then provides students with a sample question
asks students to list the 9 types of energy
(which can be taught using my “What is Energy?”
reading and review worksheet – see below). Then, students are asked to create energy transfer diagrams for 8 real-life examples
. Each example lists the minimum number of energy types for a successful answer, though more types of energy may be included if they are deemed relevant by the instructor.
features a full, color-coded answer key
that can be used by the teacher alone, displayed to students on a screen/interactive white board, or handed out to students who have completed the document.
Downloadable in 2 Formats:
This worksheet comes in 2 formats: a static PDF document
and fully-editable WORD document
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Relevant CC Standard(s) and/or NGSS Core Idea(s) Addressed by This Product:
NGSS - MS-PS3.A
Physical Science – Energy – Definitions of Energy
NGSS - MS-PS3.B
Physical Science – Energy – Conservation of Energy and Energy Transfer
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