Age: 12 - 22
Resource type: assessment, drill and practice, enquiry-oriented activity, lesson plan, other
Context: compulsory education, continuing education, distance education, professional development, special education, vocational education
Supported by: Shell
This practice is a part of lesson series “It’s All About Energy!” and builds on the knowledge gained in Part 1. The practice aims at introducing students to the current realities and future possibilities of global energy production through highlighting the link between STEM topics and practical matters.
The test consists of 32 questions regarding production and use of electricity and gas. Also it reviews CO2 issues. Questions in the test touch upon possible solutions for the CO2 issue, consequences of energy consumption and how climate changes depend on CO2 emissions. It aims to check knowledge students have acquired during the module “It’s All About Energy! Part 2”.
Teachers can use test questions to develop their own tests. The number of points are indicated to each question of the test. The model answers can be found in teacher’s manual (see related materials).
The language of the test is English.
The test is a part of “It’s All About Energy! Part 2” lessons. Related materials - the series of lessons and the teacher’s manual - can be found in Practices gallery.
The material can be integrated into chemistry, physics, geology or geography lessons, but also any classes dealing with social and global issues.
This teaching material was written by three participants of the Eerst de Klas (Teach First) project: Matthijs van Vulpen, Cazimir ten Brink and Simon Verwer (www.eerstdeklas.nl).