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View Resource Making a Solar Air Heater Lesson

This lesson plan teaches students about renewable energy and passive solar heating by creating a solar air heater to heat the classroom. The document includes links to useful YouTube videos which will support the hands-on classroom activity. Making and utilizing the heater should take about two 45 minute class periods. A step by step procedure with illustrations is provided for the lab portion of...

View Resource Solar Cooker Pringles Can Lesson

This classroom learning unit gives students hands-on experience using solar energy. The class will use a Pringles can to cook a hot dog using solar energy. In addition to introducing a practical application of solar energy, this unit will also allow students to think about how clean, renewable energy may be used by people in developing countries. This document may be downloaded in PDF file...

View Resource Ecosystem in a Bottle Lesson

This lesson plan will introduce the key concepts of what an ecosystem is, how different components interact in an ecosystem, and how various inputs can impact a system. Students will build a TerrAqua investigation column in a plastic bottle and observe and record the changes that take place in the mini ecosystem over time. Step by step directions are included, with illustrations, for completing...

View Resource Energy Efficient Homes Lesson

This lesson plan introduces students to the concepts related to building an energy efficient home, including green building, conservation of energy and sustainable building methods. The main part of the lesson involves configuring an energy efficient model of a home; the experiment should take two or three 45 minute class periods. Detailed instructions and illustrations are included for the...

View Resource Building Inspection Technology Syllabus

This document is a course syllabus for Debra Anderson's building inspection technology class, taught at Portland Community College. The main goal of the course is to teach students the building inspection review process, code requirements and evaluating the adequacy of structural elements. This syllabus includes a course schedule, including concepts to be covered each week. This document may be...

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