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  • 1. “We’ve Got the Power”&lt;br /&gt;Research Project due May 26, 2010&lt;br /&gt;General Instructions:&lt;br /&gt;<ul><li>Students will be split into groups of 2 or 3 and assigned to answer this question: “If you were starting a town that could only run on one type of energy source, what energy source would you use and why?” You will be assigned a state that you must determine what energy sources would be best to use there and why.</li></ul>Your Group Members:&lt;br /&gt;Your Assigned Location:&lt;br /&gt;<ul><li>Students may choose their energy source from the information from the class notes (petroleum, natural gas, coal, wind energy, nuclear energy, solar energy, geothermal energy, biomass energy, or hydroelectric energy).
  • 2. You may select to use multiple sources of energy, but for each energy source, tell what you are using the energy source for. For example, “I am using fossil fuels for forms of transportation and here is why…”
  • 3. Students will use their class notes, assigned classmates (partners), and any additional resources they would like to use from the internet in fully developing their answer to the question.
  • 4. Students will compile their research onto either a PowerPoint or a Glogster for grading.
  • 5. A lack of participation on the part of any group member will result in their losing points off the final grade for the project.
  • 6. The grade scale will be as follows:
  • 7. Answering the Question
  • 8. Selecting energy sources20 points
  • 9. Saying why you chose that source50 points
  • 10. Assembling research
  • 11. Creating a PowerPoint/Glogster30 points</li></ul>Total:100 points&lt;br /&gt;Name: ____________________________&lt;br /&gt;Note: Rubric MUST be handed in on the due date of the project.&lt;br /&gt;Due May 26, 2010&lt;br /&gt;What it isHow Much it’s WorthYour CheckFinal GradeSelecting energy source20 pointsWhy source was selected50 pointsPowerPoint/Glogster30 pointsTotal100 points&lt;br /&gt;Name: ____________________________&lt;br /&gt;Note: Rubric MUST be handed in on the due date of the project.&lt;br /&gt;Due May 26, 2010&lt;br /&gt;What it isHow Much it’s WorthYour CheckFinal GradeSelecting energy source20 pointsWhy source was selected50 pointsPowerPoint/Glogster30 pointsTotal100 points&lt;br /&gt;

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