Reflection: Lesson Planning The Great Energy Challenge - Section 2: Energy Resources Quiz


There are numerous, varied online resources available on the Internet. With so many resources to choose from, it adds variety and differentiation to lesson planning. You can choose one resource for all students to use or multiple resources and then let students choose the best one for them. 

Remember to preview each online resource and test each one before your students do. Rely on vetted websites. Check for accuracy, authenticity, and validity.

Here are additional websites you could use in your energy unit.

ExxonMobil - Energy Quiz

EcoKids - Energy Quiz

National Geographic - The Great Energy Challenge - Forms of Energy Quiz

US Energy Information Administration - Energy Quiz

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The Great Energy Challenge

Unit 9: Earth's Resources
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast a variety of energy resources. SWBAT understand the benefits and side-effects of energy resources.

Big Idea: When people use energy, there are benefits and harmful side-effects. The goal is for students to understand how to live in a world with these challenges.

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Science, natural resources, renewable resources, nonrenewable resources, Energy, foldable
  40 minutes
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