Should You Walk or Run When It's Cold?
Should you stay or should you go? A video lesson examines the heat gain and loss in a cold environment. The narrator compares standing still and running and their effects on heat energy.
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- Facilitate a think-pair-share activity to activate prior knowledge of heat energy
- Ask pupils to write down three key takeaways after watching the video
- Relies on prior knowledge of energy principles
- Uses graphical representations to show relationships
- Incorporates humor to maintain engagement
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