I’m going to show you some animals!   Please ask me a question, and I  will give you a yes or no answer. It  may give you ...
Let the Sunshine       in.Generally, the bigger the windows are, the greener the building is.
Let the Sunshine       in.At Clackamas High School in Oregon, big windows mean lots of natural light and less need for ele...
Let the Sunshine       in.In the evening, special sensors in the classrooms turn off the lights automatically when the las...
Let the Sunshine       in.walks out so that the use of electric lights is reduced even more.
Let the Sunshine       in.The sun can supply natural heat as well as light. A new research center at Oberlin College in Ohio
Let the Sunshine       in.was built with large windows facing south to take advantage of the sun’s warmth in winter, but t...
Let the Sunshine        in.Solar cells on the roof convert sunlight into electricity. This electricity is stored in batter...
Let the Sunshine           in. andlights, computers,anything else that needsto be turned on. Thebuilding even generatesmor...
Let the Sunshine       in.This extra electricity is used in other buildings in the school that do not have these green sys...
The research center uses the suns heatto warm the building  in winter, and tocreate energy in the form of electricity.
VocabularyGenerally: For the most part Generally, the bigger the windows are, the greener      the building is.           ...
VocabularyElectricity: A source of energy in   the form of electric currents.    Big windows mean lots of  natural light a...
Vocabulary Supply: To provide for, or to give.The sun can supply natural heat as            well as light.              (p...
VocabularySolar: Related to the sun. Solar cells on the roof   convert sunlight into        electricity.         (p221)
VocabularyCell (solar): A cell that converts sunlight into electrical energy.Solar cells on the roof convert      sunlight...
VocabularyConvert : To change from one        form to another.Solar cells on the roof convert    sunlight into electricity...
Some Converted Animals
VocabularyGenerate : To bring into being, or            to produce.The building even generates more     electricity than i...
VocabularyTake advantage of : To exploit or                use.Oberlin College in Ohio was built  with large windows facin...
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
Living green lesson #2
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Living green lesson #2

  1. 1. I’m going to show you some animals! Please ask me a question, and I will give you a yes or no answer. It may give you a clue to the correct answer. You have one minute to find the correct answer!
  2. 2. Let the Sunshine in.Generally, the bigger the windows are, the greener the building is.
  3. 3. Let the Sunshine in.At Clackamas High School in Oregon, big windows mean lots of natural light and less need for electricity during the day.
  4. 4. Let the Sunshine in.In the evening, special sensors in the classrooms turn off the lights automatically when the last student
  5. 5. Let the Sunshine in.walks out so that the use of electric lights is reduced even more.
  6. 6. Let the Sunshine in.The sun can supply natural heat as well as light. A new research center at Oberlin College in Ohio
  7. 7. Let the Sunshine in.was built with large windows facing south to take advantage of the sun’s warmth in winter, but that’s not all!
  8. 8. Let the Sunshine in.Solar cells on the roof convert sunlight into electricity. This electricity is stored in batteries so that it can be used for
  9. 9. Let the Sunshine in. andlights, computers,anything else that needsto be turned on. Thebuilding even generatesmore electricity than itneeds!
  10. 10. Let the Sunshine in.This extra electricity is used in other buildings in the school that do not have these green systems.
  11. 11. The research center uses the suns heatto warm the building in winter, and tocreate energy in the form of electricity.
  12. 12. VocabularyGenerally: For the most part Generally, the bigger the windows are, the greener the building is. (p221)
  13. 13. VocabularyElectricity: A source of energy in the form of electric currents. Big windows mean lots of natural light and less need for electricity during the day. (p221)
  14. 14. Vocabulary Supply: To provide for, or to give.The sun can supply natural heat as well as light. (p221)
  15. 15. VocabularySolar: Related to the sun. Solar cells on the roof convert sunlight into electricity. (p221)
  16. 16. VocabularyCell (solar): A cell that converts sunlight into electrical energy.Solar cells on the roof convert sunlight into electricity. (p221)
  17. 17. VocabularyConvert : To change from one form to another.Solar cells on the roof convert sunlight into electricity. (p221)
  18. 18. Some Converted Animals
  19. 19. VocabularyGenerate : To bring into being, or to produce.The building even generates more electricity than it needs. (p221)
  20. 20. VocabularyTake advantage of : To exploit or use.Oberlin College in Ohio was built with large windows facing the south to take advantage of the sun’s warmth in winter. (p221)
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