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This is the Target Group Menu for a group of targets from the Science Framework for Planning
Group 19  Energy sources
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Where does the energy we use come from? How can energy be stored as one form and transferred to another?
What practical uses can we make of this?
Big Idea
- How can we meet our energy needs without damaging the environment?
CfE (Energy in the Environment - Energy transfer) (Level First) - SCN 107F - I am aware of some of the different types of energy around me and can create a visual display to show its importance to my survival.
CfE (Energy in the Environment - Energy sources) (Level Second) - SCN 217G - I can discuss why it is important to me and to the future of the world that alternatives to fossil fuels are developed. I can identify examples of where these are used in Scotland today and present this information to others.
CfE (Energy in the Environment - Energy sources) (Level Third) - SCN 311G - Through research and from experimental evidence on combustion, I can summarise arguments and express an informed opinion on the use of renewable and non-renewable energy resources.
CfE (Topical Science) (Level Second) - SCN 236BB - I can report and comment on a current scientific news item to develop my awareness of topical science.

Target Menu Environmental Studies - Science component - Attainment Target ES Target Code

Energy & Forces   Conversion & transfer of energy

This way for development of target EF-D2.3

Name some energy resources EF-D2.3

This way for development of target EF-E2.3

Explain the difference between renewable and non-renewable energy resources EF-E2.3

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Describe some examples of the interconversion of potential and kinetic energy EF-E2.1

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Give some examples of chemical energy changes EF-E2.2
Future Learning (progression) -      G20 Electric Circuits     G24 Sound & Light      G25: Heat Transfer
St. Science: Energy & Its Uses      INT1 MER: Unit 1 Environmental Issues
INT1 Chemistry: Unit 2 Everyday Chemistry               St. Physics: Energy Matters

CfE  (Energy in the Environment - Energy in food) (Level Fourth) - SCN 416H Bio - I can carry out chemical tests to distinguish between different energy giving foods. I can use experimental techniques to compare the energy released from different foods in a quantitative way. I can evaluate my methods and the reliability of my results.

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