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Wind Can Do Work

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Published on Mar 17, 2020

Explore how wind has been put to work and can be used to generate electricity. Using simple materials from around the house, you can even calculate the power rating of your own windmill. Practice measuring data and calculating using energy equations.

If you want more feedback or interactive learning, this video can also be found on Edpuzzle with multiple choice and free-response questions at http://bit.ly/2QrnJKF.

Based on the National Energy Education Development Project's "Wind Can Do Work" and "Wind Can Do Work Power Up Challenge!" activities. Follow this link (http://bit.ly/37XzrDk) to download the written activity and worksheets from NEED's "Renewables and Nonrenewables, Oh My!" curriculum packet.

If you're interested in some extra wind readings, check out the student and teacher editions of the NEED Project's wind curriculum. All materials are offered for free as PDF's.
Elementary: http://bit.ly/3d8A7ZB
Intermediate: http://bit.ly/2IWVU8U
Secondary: http://bit.ly/33r48PN

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