Lemon Battery

We are learning to:

  • Explain how a battery works

I succeed when I can:

  • Build a lemon battery

Joblist:

  • Starters
  • Build a battery, connect in series
  • Write explanation
  • Workbook

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Starters

  1. Are these RENEWABLE or NON-RENEWABLE?
    1. Solar
    2. Hydro
    3. Wind
    4. Tide
    5. Geothermal
    6. Coal, Oil, Gas
  2. What does RENEWABLE mean?
  3. What does NON-RENEWABLE mean?
  4. Choose from: LIGHT, HEAT, KINETIC
    1. Energy in a lightbulb
    2. Energy in a fire
    3. Energy in a moving object
    4. Energy in a glowworm
  5. Choose from: CHEMICAL, ELASTIC, NUCLEAR, GRAVITY
    1. Energy in block of chocolate
    2. Energy in a wound up spring
    3. Energy in a bent ruler
    4. Energy in a rock on top of a cliff
    5. Energy in Water behind a hydro dam
    6. Energy in a Battery
    7. Energy in an Atom bomb
    8. Energy in Petrol
  6. How does a GENERATOR work?

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  1. Are these RENEWABLE or NON-RENEWABLE?
    1. Solar RENEWABLE
    2. Hydro RENEWABLE
    3. Wind RENEWABLE
    4. Tide RENEWABLE
    5. Geothermal RENEWABLE
    6. Coal, Oil, Gas NON-RENEWABLE
  2. What does RENEWABLE mean? Never runs out
  3. What does NON-RENEWABLE mean? Can run out
  4. Potential energy -
    1. A block of chocolate Chemical
    2. A wound up spring Elastic
    3. A bent ruler Elastic
    4. A rock on top of a cliff Gravitational
    5. Water behind a hydro dam Gravitational
    6. Battery Chemical
    7. Atom bomb Nuclear
    8. Petrol Chemical
  5. Active Energy
    1. A lightbulb Light
    2. A fire Heat
    3. A moving object Kinetic
    4. A glowworm Light