Investigation of Energy Options

Unit 10: Design a Resilient, Self-Sustaining Community
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT test and compare the amount of energy produced from a variety of clean, renewable energy options.

Big Idea: Students invesigate and compare the amount of energy produced from hand generators, water wheels, batteries, windmills and solar cells to determine the type of energy source they will use in their new society design.

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