How can we
conserve
energy?
Page 38
What do you think
the article is about?
Read the article and code
using the following text
codes:
Eye – visualizing
! – info that changed my
thinking
R – reminds ...
Create a Venn Diagram on the top half of page 39
comparing and contrasting renewable and
nonrenewable energy resources.
On...
On a separate sheet of paper, complete the
following writing assignment:
RAFT Writing
Role Audience Format (Choose one) To...
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10 03-2013-conservation

  1. 1. How can we conserve energy? Page 38
  2. 2. What do you think the article is about?
  3. 3. Read the article and code using the following text codes: Eye – visualizing ! – info that changed my thinking R – reminds me of Text Coding
  4. 4. Create a Venn Diagram on the top half of page 39 comparing and contrasting renewable and nonrenewable energy resources. On the bottom half of 39, answer these questions: 1. If you wanted to make your house more energy efficient, what could you do? 2. Define in your own words “green building.” 3. In what ways might the generation of electricity at power plants be bad for the environment? 4. How have windows changed and improved over the years? 5. How can roofing materials help make homes more energy efficient? When you’ve finished reading:
  5. 5. On a separate sheet of paper, complete the following writing assignment: RAFT Writing Role Audience Format (Choose one) Topic Alternative Energy Source (choose one) Nonrenewable Energy Source (choose one) *Job Application *Singles Ad Why you should choose me
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