Video games</li></li></ul><li>Since our ancestors did not have all the same things we have today, did the activities they performed, or the ways they lived without modern conveniences not require energy? Explain.<br />
How are things different today?</li></li></ul><li>By yourself, write a paragraph using the following writing prompt:<br />With regards to energy, what has changed over the last 100 to 150 years?<br />
What have I just read???<br />One thing that is helpful for understanding when reading informational text is to make a picture of what you read. Sometimes you do this in your mind, but putting it on paper and explaining to someone else helps you remember the meaning of the text.<br />
What have I just read???<br />Read pages 88 & 116 in your textbook. <br />Draw a sketch that shows how energy and work are related. (You may use figure 1 as an example, but you must choose a different theme, activity, etc.)<br />After you draw, explain your sketch to your neighbor.<br />
Provide a caption for your picture <br />Label any area where work is being done-(you should have at least 2 places where you have shown some work)<br />Put your name and class period on the back of your illustration<br />
On the back of your paper, please explain the following in a short paragraph:<br />-Energy<br />-Work<br />-How your picture demonstrates these 2 ideas<br />
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