# Energy Flipbook  Tri-fold a piece of computer paper  Copy on top flap…  Energy – the ability to make things move.

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Energy Flipbook  Tri-fold a piece of computer paper  Copy on top flap…  Energy – the ability to make things move

Open left flap and copy on the right flap… The Law of Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be made. Energy cannot be destroyed. Energy is transferred from one form to another PotentialKinetic

The Law of Conservation of Energy Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. However, It can be transferred from one form to another. Thus, when the water at the top of the waterfall plunges over the edge, potential energy is converted to kinetic energy.

Object (the more mass, the more energy) Potential – Stored energy due to position (the higher the object the more potential) Kinetic – energy of motion (the faster the speed, the more kinetic energy) Waterfall Geologic Faults Objects at rest Pendulum swing

Object (the more mass, the more energy) Potential – Stored energy due to position (the higher the object the more potential) Kinetic – energy of motion (the faster the speed, the more kinetic energy) WaterfallMost potential at the top b/c it’s the highest point Most kinetic at the bottom b/c it’s moving the fastest Geologic Faults Objects at rest Pendulum swing

Plate Tectonics The ground is broken into different plates (pieces) that float on lava. Where they meet are called geologic faults. The movement of these plates causes earthquakes, mountains, and island formation.

As plates push against each other potential energy builds. When these plates move or break the energy is released as kinetics energy.

Object (the more mass, the more energy) Potential – Stored energy due to position (the higher the object the more potential) Kinetic – energy of motion (the faster the speed, the more kinetic energy) WaterfallMost potential at the top b/c it’s the highest point Most kinetic at the bottom b/c it’s moving the fastest Geologic Faults – where 2 lithospheric plates meet Potential energy builds as the plates pushing against each other Kinetic energy is released as the plates slide past each other Objects at rest Pendulum swing

Object (the more mass, the more energy) Potential – Stored energy due to position (the higher the object the more potential) Kinetic – energy of motion (the faster the speed, the more kinetic energy) WaterfallMost potential at the top b/c it’s the highest point Most kinetic at the bottom b/c it’s moving the fastest Geologic Faults – where 2 lithospheric plates meet Potential energy builds as the plates pushing against each other Kinetic energy is released as the plates slide past each other Objects at rest Most Potential Least Potential No Kinetic energy b/c it is not moving Pendulum swing

Object (the more mass, the more energy) Potential – Stored energy due to position (the higher the object the more potential) Kinetic – energy of motion (the faster the speed, the more kinetic energy) WaterfallMost potential at the top b/c it’s the highest point Most kinetic at the bottom b/c it’s moving the fastest Geologic Faults – where 2 lithospheric plates meet Potential energy builds as the plates pushing against each other Kinetic energy is released as the plates slide past each other Objects at rest Most Potential Least Potential No Kinetic energy b/c it is not moving Pendulum swingMore Potential- The higher the starting point The more the mass More mass, more kinetic, harder to stop Most kinetic, at fastest point

Potential and Kinetic Energy Concept Map Included Words: Energy, Potential, Kinetic, Mass, Speed, Height Included Definitions: Energy, Potential, Kinetic Included Illustrations: for Kinetic and Potential Included examples: 3 for Potential and 3 for Kinetic All bubbles need to be connected in the appropriate manner, they work in partners and put in lab notebook and partners must make a big poster size copy of their concept map to present their understanding of the words. 5pts for each word, definition, example, illustration, connection, and presentation, and names on poster to be turned in.

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