Reflection: ELL Students Energy, Work, and Power! - Section 2: Vocabulary Review


While this kind of vocabulary lesson is very useful for all students, it is imperative to offer these kinds of examples of complex words for students who are learning English for the first time. When students, who are English Language Learners, see demonstrations such as these, they are able ot internalize the vocabulary much faster.

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  ELL Students: Assisting Language Learners
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Energy, Work, and Power!

Unit 5: Roller Coaster Madness
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: Students will learn about different forms of energy and how it is used in the world.

Big Idea: Students will understand the different forms energy takes. They will understand that energy movement is work, and that different levels of energy and work is power.

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