Die Materialien sind auch in deutscher Sprache im Lernobjekt "Energiesparen" verfügbar (siehe "Auswahl verwandter Medien"). At the beginning of the 21st century, energy saving has become a topic of global significance in view of the scarcity of resources and climate change. This media package is a themed compilation of several media files for use in the class with which you can deal particularly with the topic of everyday energy saving. The media package comprises several overview graphics with data on energy consumption and energy saving tips. Two interactive information modules on topics such as energy saving light bulbs explain modern energy-saving concepts. Apart from several teaching and project ideas on energy saving in various areas (household, lighting, transportation and school) the package also contains a student experiment for identifying “electricity hogs". These media are suitable for use in science and technology lessons as well as for economics instruction.
Inhalt The media files in the “Saving energy” media package can be used individually and completely independently of each other by limiting the study to a particular subject. This guideline suggests a concept whereby the media can be used in an interrelated manner in lessons at secondary schools. - Guideline for the “Saving energy” media package
1 Introduction to teaching this topic The mind map visualizes the various facets of energy saving. - Mind map: “Energy saving” Answers to the questions “Where?” and “How?” can also be worked out in groups. - Teaching idea: “Energy saving (group work, student instructions)” - Teaching methods: “Energy saving (group work, teacher information)”
2 Energy saving – why? 2.1 Develop awareness - Matching exercise: “Everyday energy consumption” - Interactive graphic: “Food production – ‘Energy hog’” (Flash-Animation) - Link list: “Saving energy”
2.2 Recognize the scarcity of resources - Chart: “How long will our energy sources last” - Information sheet: “An overview of energy sources” - Chart: “Global primary energy consumption” - Chart: “Global energy supply – future development” - Matching exercise: “Energy consumption – comparison between countries” (Flash-Animation)
3 Energy saving – where? 3.1 Home - Chart: “What do private households use energy for?” - Experimentation instructions: “Tracking down ‘energy hogs’ (student instructions)” - Chart: “Energy consumption of household appliances” - Teaching methods: “Tracking down ‘energy hogs’ (teacher information)” - Answer sheet: “Tracking down ‘energy hogs’ (answer sheet)” - Inquiry task: “My everyday energy demand (inquiry task)” - Interactive graphic: “Communication costs energy” (Flash-Animation)
3.2 Traffic and transportation - Worksheet: “Energy comparison of means of transport (worksheet)” - Teaching methods: “Energy comparison of means of transport (teacher information)”
4 Energy saving – who and how? 4.1 What can individuals do? - Photo: “Waste of energy” - Photo: “Energy efficiency class” - Photo collage: “Everyday energy-saving lighting” - Matching exercise: “How can you save energy at home?” (Flash-Animation) - Labeled graphic (interactive): “The passive house” (Flash-Animation) - Graphic: “Means of lighting in comparison”
4.3 Energy saving in electric power generation and distribution -Schematic diagram: “Energy saving as an energy source”
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