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Storing Nuclear Waste. Activity 36. To do…. Read D-3 Copy: Active (volcano): A volcano that is currently erupting, showing signs that it is likely to erupt in the near future, or has erupted in recorded history.

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To do
To do…

  • Read D-3

  • Copy:

    • Active (volcano): A volcano that is currently erupting, showing signs that it is likely to erupt in the near future, or has erupted in recorded history.

    • Dormant (volcano): A volcano that has not erupted for at least 10,000 years, but according to scientists may erupt again.

    • Extinct (volcano): A volcano that scientist do not ever expect to erupt again.

    • Nuclear Waste: Radioactive (potentially dangerous) material that is disposed of because it is not useful.

  • Copy the Challenge Question

  • Read D-4

    • Oldest person at table read out loud


To do1
To do…

  • Copy this table (36.2)

  • Complete ALL STEPS in the procedure (D-5)

    • Glue student sheet 36.1

      • Put an “E” or “O” in the first column

      • Check the “for” or “against” column for each.

this needs to be AT LEAST half a page in size


To do2
To do…

  • Finish

    • Vocab terms

    • Challenge Question

    • Analysis 1, 2, and 4

      How nuclear energy works


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