AWARD-WINNING ENERGY EDUCATION ACTIVITIES.
Education Program Division, U.S. Dept. of Energy, 1979. Descriptions
of winning entries developed by teachers for classroom use.
BRINGING ENERGY TO THE PEOPLE.
Washington, DC. and Ghana, Grades 6-7, National Science Teachers Association,
Office of Consumer Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Energy, April, 1980. Covers
two basic concepts: l) energy is a basic need in all cultures and
2) energy use affects the way people live. Complete teacher and student
ENERGY AND ORDER OR IF YOU CAN'T TRUST
THE LAW OF CONSERVATION AND ENERGY, WHO CAN YOU TRUST? by Mark Terpy
and Paul Witt, Friends of the Earth Foundation, 1976. Leads students
to an understanding of their personal energy use, to a realization of the
moral nature of the assumptions underlying energy decisions and to a belief
that they can and should participate in decisions affecting their and the
plant's life. High School.
ENERGY EDUCATION WORKSHOP HANDBOOK.
National Science Teachers Association. Washington: Office of
Education, Business and Labor Affairs. A guide to materials by the
project for an energy-enriched curriculum. Grades 1-12.
ENERGY EDUCATION. Intercom 98,
GPE*. This unit attempts to add a global perspective to energy decisions
by stressing the worldwide effects of various energy choices. Activities
and simulations are included along with a bibliography of classroom resources.
ENERGY IN THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE.
National Science Teachers Association, 1978. Designed to introduce
students to the global marketplace in energy and to the causes and implications
of the interdependence created by that marketplace. Grades 9-11.
ENERGY TRANSITIONS IN U.S. HISTORY.
Grades 8-9, National Science Teachers Association, U.S. Dept. of Energy,
June 1979. This unit explores the history of U.S. through the influence
that the major energy source has on the culture and the impact of changing
to another energy source.
ENERGY X: A Classroom Simulation
in Natural Resource Allocations. Oaklawn: Ideal School Supply
Company, 1974. A simulation game designed to teach students their
responsibility in the energy crisis and to foster an awareness of the need
for more intelligent use of energy resources.
ENERGY, ENGINES, AND THE INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION. Grades 8-9, National Science Teachers Association, U.S.
Dept. of Energy, August, 1979. This unit examines some of the broad
social and economic upheavals that took place during the Industrial Revolution
with special attention to the role of energy.
ENERGY. by Ian Breach. London:
Pictorial Charts Educational Trust. Posters with text. Examines
basic sources of energy that are alternatives to oil.
ENERGY: Nuclear and Alternative
Forms. by Paul Eardensohn, Center for World Education. A teacher's
guide suggesting activities and resources about various types of energy
sources, i.e., nuclear, fossil fuels, and solar. High School.
MATHEMATICS IN ENERGY. Grades
8-9, National Science Teachers Assoc., Office of Consumer Affairs, U.S.
Dept. of Energy, 1979. Combines practice in math skills with learning
some quantitative facts about energy. Activities cover fractions,
decimals, percents and graphs.
NETWORKS: How Energy Links People,
Goods, and Services. Grades 4-5, National Science Teachers Association,
U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Consumer Affairs, 1979. This unit
is designed to explore the links between energy and the economy.
Includes complete Teacher's Guide and student materials that can be duplicated.
NUCLEAR ENERGY: Too Hot to Handle?
Current Affairs, 1979. How safe is nuclear energy? This filmstrip
covers all sides of the controversy and examines questions such as how
we can minimize official "coverups" of accidents, what we can do with nuclear
wastes, and whether we must use nuclear energy as an alternative to the
diminishing oil supply. Color filmstrip, cassette, teacher's guide.
OPEC: A Case Study in Global Power.
Educational Enrichment, 1979. This filmstrip examines the power wielded
by this economic bloc of thirteen nations that supply the bulk of the world's
oil, and also looks at the alleged exploitationÕs of consumers by
the multinational oil companies.
TEACHING ABOUT ENERGY AWARENESS:
33 Activities. CTIR*, August, 1978. A collection of lessons
and activities which teach critical thinking skills and use energy awareness
as the data base; useful in helping students to personalize the importance
of energy and conservation. Grades 5-12.
THE ENERGY CRISIS: An Introduction.
by Mary Jo Leavitt and Harry Leavitt. Seattle: Unigraph, 1977.
A learning activity package consisting of a teacher's guide and duplicating
TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY. Grades
8-9, National Science Teachers Association, Office of Consumer Affairs,
U.S. Dept. of Energy, 1979. The rise of the automobile and its effect
on rural life, energy and resource use and the environment is discussed.
Can be integrated into history classes. Complete materials are included.
TWO ENERGY GULFS. National Science
Teachers Associations, March, 1979. Interdisciplinary student/teacher
materials in energy, environment, and the economy. Grades 6-7.
WORLD ENERGY SURVEY. by Ruth
Leger Sivard. Virginia: World Priorities. 1979.