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Title: An Energy Debate
Description: Students will interact with the instructor while navigating a PowerPoint presentation to teach them energy inefficiencies in the home. Then they will break into groups (teams) and compete to design the most logical and energy efficient house plan. The winning team will receive an “Energy Star” award.  
Key Words: Energy, renewable, non-renewable, coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear power, biomass, wind, hydropower, geothermal, and solar resources 
Grade Level: 6th 
Subject: Science 
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 An Energy Debate (NXPowerLite).pptx
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 AnEnergyDebate-Lesson Plan.docx
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 An Energy Debate Student Worksheet- Teacher Key.docx
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 An Energy Debate Student Worksheet.docx
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 Be The Change - Solving Energy Inefficiencies in the Home (NXPowerLite).pptx
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 Be The Change - Student Notes-Assignment Page.docx
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 StudentEnergyStarCertificate.doc

Teacher's Request: I was looking for an appropriate activity to match TEK (6.7) about Matter and energy. Either 6.7 A or 6.7 B or both would be helpful. Thank you!
   

 

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