Energy transfers, electricity and the wind


Current electricity, Energy changes and transfers, Energy changes in systems, Energy resources and fuels

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Use the energy transfers knowledge organiser either in class or as a revision tool. Students will be instructed to look-cover-write-check their knowledge of energy transfers, electricity, and the wind. This can also be used as a whole class activity, where students can work together to recall the information.

Use the check learning sheet alongside the knowledge organiser to give structure to your class’s revision with questions that work alongside the knowledge organiser, plus test their understanding with application questions.

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