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1 Presented by SRP Community Outreach Education Department

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4  Building an Understanding about Energy  Identify basic concepts of energy  Write ONE concept on each cup  Stack them to symbolize the knowledge that builds the foundation for energy literacy  Put the Energy Literacy cup on the top

5  Renewable Energy Curriculum Materials  3 modules  3 rd -6 th  6 th -8 th  High School – solar focus  Created with the help of over 70 local educators  Correlated to State Standards

6  Create a Pie Chart  Use different colors for different sources.  For example, solar might be green and hydro power might be blue.  Use the template as a guide.  Think of all the ways electricity is generated.  Think about what percentage or fraction each source is of all the electricity Arizona generates.

7 There are 12 sections. Think in terms of fractions or percentages. Try to think of all the sources Arizona uses. Assign a value to each.

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9 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2013

10 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2012

11 Arizona U.S.

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14  You have different sources of electricity generation on your tables.  Each set shows the electrical generation process  Sort the cards at your table in the correct order. You may not need to use all the cards.  Once you have it, line up the cards along the wall in order.

15  Learn about ten energy sources  Use the Frayer Model  NEED.org infobooks Definition (in your own words) Facts/Characteristics Important To KnowChallenges

16 Definition (in your own words) Facts/Characteristics Important To KnowChallenges

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19  What similarities do you see?  Is there anything different in the process?  Which ones would you consider “efficient”?  Which ones would you consider “green”?  Which is the cheapest?  Which is the most expensive?

20  Connect the hand-crank generator to the test bed.  Set the switch to “Incan” for incandescent bulbs.  Turn the generator and see if you can light all the lights.  Now set the switch to LED and turn the generator again.  What happened? Discuss at your table.

21 Passive Solar

22 Daylighting

23 Active Solar Heating

24 Concentrating Solar Power

25 Power Tower

26 Photovoltaics

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28 PV Cell

29 PV Array Components o PV Cells o Modules o Arrays

30 PV System Components

31 Solar Fountain Activity A Solar Hydro Experiment

32 Solar Fountain Activity NorthEastSouthWest Flat/ Horizontal 45 degrees 65 degrees 90 degrees (perpendicular) Optimum/ Most productive

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34  Lesson plans tied to standards by grade and ejourneys (also on your disc)  Materials, lessons, powerpoints, resources  Energy Books, kits, and ideas  Arizona Science Teachers Assn.  For Science and energy-related products:    

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52  You will be sent an from SRP Accounts Payable to set up an account for you in a few days (after I approve)  Follow the directions on the link  You will receive a W-9 form. You need to print it, sign it, and scan it back in and return it.  The information only goes to Accounts Payable and is destroyed once payment is made.

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