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# Energy and Conversions

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##### Description:

Students will compare and contrast various types of energy. Students will demonstrate an understanding about the Law of Conservation of Energy through energy transformations within a closed system.

Be sure to do everything below and you will do fine.

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Tutorial

## Types of Energy: HS students do both videos; 8th students do 1st video only

Here are your notes for types of energy.

Source: Langhans and various other educators

## Energy Conversions

Your notes on how to convert from one type of energy to another which follows the Law of Conservation of Energy.

Source: Langhans and various other educators

## These are the “S” in WSQ. You must have them under your video notes completed by the due date on the Unit Plan.

Note: 8th grade, you will only do part 1 for Types of Energy WSQ

Part 1:

Part 2: This is for Energy Transformations

1. Look at the picture of the pole-vaulter below. Trace the energy conversions involved in this event, beginning with the pole-vaulter’s breakfast of an orange-banana smoothie.

Use the diagram below to answer the following questions.

2. At which point(s) does the pendulum have the most potential energy?

3. At which point(s) does the pendulum have the most kinetic energy?

Source: Langhans and various educators

## HOT Question

Question- asking Higher Order Thinking (HOT) questions; use the following as your guide:
1. A question that you are still confused about (be specific, include which part of the video, etc)
2. A question that connects the videos together (i.e. asking about the relationship between the content)
3. A question you think you know the answer to, but you want to challenge your classmates with
Use your Unit Plan to help with question starters

Source: inspired by C. Kirch