Nonrenewable Energy Chapter 17 page 466 Standard SEV

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Nonrenewable Energy Chapter 17 page 466

Nonrenewable Energy Chapter 17 page 466

Standard ü SEV 1: Students will investigate the flow of energy and cycling of

Standard ü SEV 1: Students will investigate the flow of energy and cycling of matter within an ecosystem and relate these phenomena to human society. ü SEV 1 a: Interpret biogeochemical cycles including hydrologic, nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen, and carbon cycles. Recognize that energy is not recycled in ecosystems.

Purpose § To introduce the fundamentals of energy use in our society. § In

Purpose § To introduce the fundamentals of energy use in our society. § In the US energy consumption patterns produce a great demand for fuels in the transportation, industrial, residential, and commercial sectors § Our choice of fuel and dependence on it has economic, environmental, and political consequences

Fractionation Towers Separates petroleum into various components based on boiling point Gas is the

Fractionation Towers Separates petroleum into various components based on boiling point Gas is the first competent separated because of its relatively low boiling point Estimate the percentage of petroleum in the U. S. that is used for gasoline. (Bonus*)

Image that… What would life be with out fossil fuels? • List the pro

Image that… What would life be with out fossil fuels? • List the pro and the cons of life with out fossil fuels.

Power Plant Efficiency Use figure 3 on page 468 to answer the following Note:

Power Plant Efficiency Use figure 3 on page 468 to answer the following Note: A typical power plant only converts about 33 -40 percent of the energy contained in fossil fuels into electric energy. Q: Examine figure 3 and identify the clues as to where the lost energy goes

Interpreting Statistics See figure 4 page 469 to answer the following Q: Hypothesize why

Interpreting Statistics See figure 4 page 469 to answer the following Q: Hypothesize why energy use in the United States did not change much while South Korea almost doubled their energy use during the same time period.

Bonus Q: Give two reasons why the United States uses more energy person compared

Bonus Q: Give two reasons why the United States uses more energy person compared with most other countries.

Activity On and index card Front: 1. Identify 3 fossil Fuels on separate index

Activity On and index card Front: 1. Identify 3 fossil Fuels on separate index cards Back: 1. Identify where the fuel is found 2. Describe the use of the fuel 3. Identify the problem with using it 4. List ways to conserves each fuel source

How Electricity is generated in the U. S.

How Electricity is generated in the U. S.

How Fossil Fuels Form • Use page 470 to complete the following graphic organizer.

How Fossil Fuels Form • Use page 470 to complete the following graphic organizer. • A chain of events are the steps take to complete a process or achieve a goal. Identify the steps in the formation of fossil fuels

Quiz 1. What percentage of energy used in developed countries comes from fossil fuels?

Quiz 1. What percentage of energy used in developed countries comes from fossil fuels? 2. Which fossil fuel is used to generate more than half of the electricity in the United States? 3. What is the purpose of drilling exploration wells for oil

Case Study Methane Hydrates- Fossil Fuel of the Future? q. Complete the Case Study

Case Study Methane Hydrates- Fossil Fuel of the Future? q. Complete the Case Study on page 472 q. Answer Critical thinking Questions 1 -2

Section 2 page 476 Nuclear Energy Create a KWL chart over chapter 17 section

Section 2 page 476 Nuclear Energy Create a KWL chart over chapter 17 section 2 What you KNOW List 3 thing that you already know about Nuclear Energy What you WANT to know What you LEARNED 1. Describe nuclear fission. Answer Question listed under the want know section of the KWL Chart 2. Describe how a nuclear power plant works. 3. List three advantages and three disadvantages of nuclear energy.

Create a KIM over the following terms Key Word 1. Nuclear Energy 2. Nuclear

Create a KIM over the following terms Key Word 1. Nuclear Energy 2. Nuclear Fission 3. Nuclear Fusion Summary Sentence: Information Definition Memory Cue Picture

Create a Vin-diagram to compare and contrast the two types of power plants Ø

Create a Vin-diagram to compare and contrast the two types of power plants Ø List at least 5 examples under each section Fossil Fuel Power Plant Alike Nuclear Power Plant 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write at least 1 paragraph: Debate which power source you are for and which one you are against. Use examples from your vin-diagram to support your stance.