Reflection: Writing Across the Disciplines Energy is NOT Always Conserved! - Section 3: Jigsaw - Applications of E=mc^2


Having two students research the same topic increases the likelihood that students have valid information. Mistakes and misunderstanding tend to be cleared up as they share. If not, then we catch them during the closure. Overall the students produce clear and valid examples of fission and fusion as seen in the student work samples.

  Writing Across the Disciplines: Jigsaw Activity
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Energy is NOT Always Conserved!

Unit 3: Energy
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: Students research the process and applications of nuclear fission and fusion.

Big Idea: Energy can become mass and mass become energy through the relationship of E=mc^2

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