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Students complete an electricity activity to learn about power outages, insurance, and weather preparation. Students use the worksheet 'Power Problem Work Sheet' and use the 'Global Grocery List Project price list for the U.S.' to complete the work sheets.
In this energy worksheet, students review the equations to solve for work and power. Then students complete 10 matching, 14 fill in the blank, and 10 problems to solve.
In this energy, work and power worksheet, students solve 12 problems about circuits, electric motors, Ohm's Law and electric currents.
Students explore geology by completing a worksheet in class. In this volcanoes lesson, students read assigned text which discusses how volcanoes form and their eventual impact on the earth. Students research how New Zealand and the world are affected by these naturally occurring disasters.
In this electrical learning exercise, students draw a schematic design and build a circuit board capable of producing a wide range of audio-frequency AC signals before answering a series of 26 open-ended questions. This learning exercise is printable and the answers to the questions are revealed online.
In this European Union economics worksheet, students respond to 5 multi-step questions that require them to research the costs of living in Germany and the United Kingdom.
Fourth graders describe the various kinds of soils and how plants and animals are affected by them. They describe the baic needs of plants, scoring at least a 3 or 4 on a 4-point rubic. Students are able to predict and/or infer what environmental factors must be present for organisms to survive and reproduce, scoring at least 3 on a 4- point rubic.
Young scholars read a newspaper article about the controversial taxation of an orchestra. They define vocabulary, complete comprehension worksheets, analyze the use of verb forms in the article and take a 'true or false' quiz.
In this how a coal power station works instructional activity, 11th graders read 5 sentences, sut them out, put them in correct order and glue them, with the title, into a notebook.
Students explore the cost of living differences within Europe by interrogating data within tables and graphs. They investigate personal incomes, earnings of selected occupations, monthly earnings and incomes by education.
For this exponents worksheet, students rewrite the seven problems as a single exponent using the power rule.
In this power worksheet, students answer four questions about balls being lifted. They determine their mass, height, work done, time and power involved in lifting the balls. They draw conclusions about power given the problems they completed.
In this electrical circuit worksheet, students draw a schematic design and build a circuit board to grasp the understanding of inductive reactance before answering a series of 13 open-ended questions. This worksheet is printable and the answers are revealed online.
In this electronics learning exercise, students solve and write short answers to 15 questions about capacitors. They interpret schematic diagrams and calculate values using Ohm's law.
In this electrical worksheet, students design and build a circuit board to grasp the understanding of circuit design including clipper and clamper circuits and before answering a series of 21 open-ended questions that include analyzing schematics. This worksheet is printable and there are on-line answers to the questions.
New Review Non-Renewable Energy Resources
After brainstorming on our use of electricity, elementary energizers participate in a simulation where each student represents a city, utility provider, or fuel company. Tokens are used to purchase electrical energy, and as more is used, the impacts become evident. A graph is provided for learners to record resulting data.
Lesson 7 focuses on building academic vocabulary and writing an explanatory letter with supported textual evidence. For the first five minutes of the lesson, the educator reminds the class of how to read and refer to the accordion graphic organizer they previously created (see lesson 6 for chart & instructions). Third graders will analyze their reading strengths, the two areas that they need to work on, and how they will build up their reading power all recorded on their charts. Next, learners will use a graphic organizer to write a paragraph letter to a person of importance explaining how they can become a powerful reader. They will develop and support their writing with facts, details, and thoughts, and will also connect their reading goals to characters from previously read books such as Thank You, Mr. Falker and The Boy Who Loved Words. More worksheets and exercises extend this lesson, which is designed to help students become proficient and independent readers and writers. A very organized and comprehensive lesson that truly addresses both the language and writing Common Core standards identified. Note: This may take longer than the one hour indicated.
In this AC circuits worksheet, students answer 75 questions about series and parallel circuits including building and analyzing their own circuit mathematically, interpreting schematics of AC circuits and finding total impedance of circuits.
In this power and auroras learning exercise, students read about the relationship between power, work and energy and how the power of auroras are measured by the light they produce. Students use a data chart of the Great Aurora of 2003 to answer 4 questions about the power produced in the Northern and Southern hemisphere at specific times.