Plan an offshore wind farm challenge


Current electricity, Energy resources and fuels

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In this real-world challenge, students will learn to consider the viewpoints of different stakeholders to work out the best location for a new wind farm. Use the delivery guide to learn how to use the resources. The challenge presentation provides information about wind farms and the challenge, which can firstly be used with the what did you know? sheet to ensure your class are ready for the challenge.

Your class can use the stakeholder cards and map to consider the best location for their wind farm. Finally, the self-check sheets can be used to guide student reflection.

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