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"Energy for Keeps" Electricity from Renewable Energy

This manual is a teacher's guide to energy conservation activities for elementary and middle school students, developed in Eugene, Oregon, in 1993 with a grant from Bonneville Power Administration. It can be used to teach students to monitor their school building for energy consumption so that they can start thinking about using resources wisely. The manual includes a pretest and post-test; simulation games to build problem solving and teamwork skills; and training in basic electricity and practical skills like meter reading. 6th - 8th grade

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Date Of Record Release 2009-09-01 16:23:42
Description This manual is a teacher's guide to energy conservation activities for elementary and middle school students, developed in Eugene, Oregon, in 1993 with a grant from Bonneville Power Administration. It can be used to teach students to monitor their school building for energy consumption so that they can start thinking about using resources wisely. The manual includes a pretest and post-test; simulation games to build problem solving and teamwork skills; and training in basic electricity and practical skills like meter reading. 6th - 8th grade
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Keyword Curriculum, Lesson plans
Date Of Record Creation 2009-09-01 16:19:15
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Date Last Modified 2009-12-07 15:56:14
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-09-01 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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