Hydropower

Topic: Hydropwer


Primary Energy Infobook     


Elementary Energy Infobook     
Intermediate Energy Infobook     
Secondary Energy Infobook     

Energy Infobooks are the resource for many NEED activities and include an introduction to energy, information on major sources of energy, new technologies, energy conservation, electricity, climate  change,  and  other  energy  information. They are available on four reading levels and are revised and updated annually.

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Energy of Moving Water Teacher Guide (e-publication)
Energy of Moving Water Student Guide (e-publication)

Intermediate students will develop a comprehensive understanding of energy, electricity, hydropower, and emerging ocean  energy  technologies  through  inquiry-based  activities and background reading. The kit comes with a Teacher Guide, a class set of Student Guides, and the materials necessary to conduct the activities, including those needed to build six model hydropower turbines.

 




Exploring Hydroelectricity Teacher Guide (e-publication)
Exploring Hydroelectricity Student Guide (e-publication)

These integrated and inquiry-based activities provide secondary students   with   a   comprehensive   study   of   the   scientific, economic, environmental, technological, and societal aspects of hydropower. The kit is comprised of a Teacher Guide, a class set of Student Guides, and the materials necessary to conduct the activities, including those needed to build six model hydropower turbines.

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Water and Energy Teacher Guide (e-publication)
Water and Energy Student Guide (e-publication)

Primary students are introduced to forms of energy, properties of water as a solid, liquid, and gas, and the concept of moving water as an energy source through reading and inquiry-based hands-on activities. The kit comes with a Teacher Guide, a class set of student guides, and the materials necessary to conduct the activities.

 




Wonders of Water Teacher Guide (e-publication)
Wonders of Water Student Guide  (e-publication)

Elementary students learn about the forms of energy, electricity, electrical circuits, properties of water, and how water is used as an energy source through reading, hands-on investigations, and language arts activities. The kit comes with a Teacher Guide, a class set of Student Guides, and the materials necessary to conduct the activities.

 

 

Awesome Extras

Additional activities and materials related to hydropwer can be found on the Awesome Extras page!