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ENERGY. Gr. 5 Science: Conservation of Energy & Resources BY Full Name Science Unit PowerPoint Outline by Miss Berndl 2009. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but it can be transformed. For example:. Where does energy come from?. Where do we get our energy from?.

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Gr. 5 Science: Conservation of Energy & Resources

BY Full Name

Science Unit PowerPoint Outline by Miss Berndl 2009

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Where do we get our energy from? transformed.

  • The Sun - Solar energy

  • Running Water - Hydroelectricity

  • Tidal Waves

  • Nuclear Power Stations - Electricity

  • Burning Plant Material - Bio-Fuels

  • Burning Fossil Fuels – Oil, Gas & Coal

  • Water heated by the earth’s core - Hydro Thermal Energy

  • Humans & Animals - Muscle Energy

  • Water Power – Moving Things

  • Wind Power

  • Electromagnetism

  • Steam Energy

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Solar Energy transformed.The sun

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Hydroelectricity transformed.Running water

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Tidal Waves transformed.

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Nuclear Power Stations transformed.Electricity

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Bio-Fuels transformed.Burning Plant Material

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Oil, Gas & Coal transformed. Burning Fossil Fuels

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Hydro Thermal Energy transformed.

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Muscle Energy transformed. Humans & Animals

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Water Power transformed.Moving Things

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Wind Power transformed.

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Electromagnetism transformed.

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Steam Energy transformed.

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Traditional Energy Sources transformed.

  • Oil

  • Natural Gas

  • Coal

  • Hydroelectricity – Water Energy

  • Nuclear Power Stations

  • Burning Wood

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Alternative Energy Sources transformed.

  • Solar Energy

  • Bio Fuel – Power From Plants

  • Wind Power

  • Tidal Waves

  • Energy from Hydrogen

  • Geothermal Energy

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My Energy Source Project transformed.

  • How it is made

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages

  • What it is used for

  • Interesting Facts

  • Quiz on Presentation

  • Answers to Quiz

  • Bibliography

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Advantages transformed.

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Disadvantages transformed.

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What it is used for transformed.

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Interesting Facts transformed.

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Quiz on Presentation transformed.

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Answers to Quiz transformed.

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Bibliography transformed.BOOKS – Print Resources

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Bibliography transformed.On Line Resources – URLs used

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Energy Project transformed.

Created for: Grade 5 Science Class

Teacher: Miss Berndl

Date: December 2009

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