ERIC Number: ED225879
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
Teacher's Guide to the Energy 83 Student Booklet.
The Energy 80 program is designed to enhance students understanding of energy, either through supplements to traditional courses, such as mathematics, science, social studies, or homemaking, or by developing a mini-course or interdisciplinary course in energy. Although written for junior high school students, many of the activities may be used in high school and upper elementary grades. This guide makes use of two parts of the program, the student booklet, "Energy 83," and the three-volume resource book, "Teaching about Energy." The guide is organized according to the sequence of topics presented in the student booklet. These topics include: energy fundamentals; energy flows in nature; energy from nuclear fission; renewable energy sources; energy in the United States; economics and decision-making; and conservation. Provided for each activity associated with these topics is a picture of and reference to the appropriate pages in this student's edition of "Energy 83," materials needed from the resource book, objectives, instructional strategies, major ideas to be developed, and suggested reinforcing and extension activities. Each activity also includes a mini-quiz and set of true-false questions (with answers), background information to help teachers better understand the subject before teaching it, and a list of teacher references and resources. (Author/JN)
Descriptors: Coal, Economics, Elementary School Science, Elementary Secondary Education, Energy, Energy Conservation, Environmental Education, Fuels, Junior High Schools, Nuclear Energy, Power Technology, Secondary School Science, Social Studies, Solar Radiation, Teaching Methods, Utilities
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Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Enterprise for Education, Santa Monica, CA.
Identifiers: Energy Education
Note: For related documents, see ED 224 696, and SE 040 700-704.