Science 7.4 Energy

Science 7.4 Energy

Science by Doing – Energy to Burn

Activity Description:

Students watch a video of a rocket launch and identify some of the energy forms and transfers occurring. They will recall words associated with energy from the “Spot the Energy” lesson and will learn two terms associated with mechanical energy: kinetic and gravitational potential energies.

These materials come from a resource called Science by Doing. Click on the links below to access the PDF resources for the activity.

Student Guide: Electronic Notebook: Lesson Plan:
Energy to Burn Student Guide Energy to Burn Electronic Notebook Energy to Burn Lesson Plan

 

Student Digital Activities:

To access the digital activities, go to https://www.sciencebydoing.edu.au/ click on “Are you a teacher?” and use the login details given to you after filling in the request form below:

Science By Doing Login Request
Please type your name and email (if possible) into this form. You will then be provided with the login details to the digital activities for Science By Doing.

Then, use the URL link below:

Page URL: https://www.sciencebydoing.edu.au/curriculum/student/energy/digital/part1/activity2

 

This activity addresses the following Solomon Islands Year 7 Science Learning Outcomes for Unit 7.4: Energy

  • 7.4.1 be able to show that energy is the ability to do work (s)
    • 7.4.1.1 demonstrate that energy is used when work is done; example, boiling an egg, lifting a book, digging a hole
  • 7.4.2 know that there are different forms of energy (k)
    • 7.4.2.1 identify and describe different forms of energy;
      Heat, sound, elastic, electrical

 

This material was sourced from the Science by Doing online curriculum unit Energy by the Australian Academy of Science, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License at www.sciencebydoing.edu.au

 

 

 

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