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How long will our energy sources last? (ES)

Chart:A bar chart shows an overview of the remaining years of use of energy sources. Of the fossil energy sources, oil will be the first to run out. What is the situation for the other fossil energy sources? And is it really true that renewable energy sources will never run out?As a comparison, the average lifespan of a person is shown below the bar chart.


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Guideline for the "Renewable energies” interactive whiteboard content

Guideline:This document provides an overview of a possible scenario for using the content package for interactive whiteboards entitled "Renewable energies” in elementary school. This guideline is aimed at teachers. It presents all media of the content package and gives an example of how these media can be brought into a meaningful didactic context.


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Link list for "The tropical rainforest" interactive whiteboard content

Link list:
Additional links on the topic of rainforests.


Additional information on the topic of "rainforests" for class (e.g., WebQuests, images, informational texts, games) or as background information for teachers.

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Siemens Stiftung

Distribution of land and water on Earth

Graphic:Percentage distribution of landmasses and oceans on Earth’s surface Oceans cover 70 percent of Earth’s entire surface. Landmasses thus amount to only 30 percent. When you see photos from space, it’s easy to understand why Earth is called the "Blue Planet.”Information and ideas:The students should discuss the proportions of the individual continents and oceans on Earth’s surface.

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Lernalter

11-18

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Chart Water

Sprachen

Englisch

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Link list for the media package "Humanitarian aid - drinking water filters in use"

Link list:
Many interesting links on the topics of "Drinking water shortage", "Humanitarian aid", and "Membrane filters".


Information and ideas:
Equally suitable as a source for Internet inquiry for teachers and students alike.

Anderer Ressourcentyp

Siemens Stiftung

Electricity from renewable energy sources

Content package for interactive whiteboards:Individual media on renewable energies are grouped together in a didactically meaningful way for teaching with an interactive whiteboard. All media files for the content package are included in this self-extracting file. The content package can be started simply by clicking the ".exe” file. The content package is designed for use in elementary schools. It consists of the following 29 individual media files:• 7 photos and photo collages of energy sources and types of power plants• 4 schematic diagrams of various types of power plants, some animated• 3 charts with data on the availability of energy sources, carbon dioxide emissions from electric power generation, and the electricity mix in 2050• 2 graphics that can be labeled interactively on the structure of a wind power plant• 1 simulation of a solar cell• 1 information sheet providing an overview of energy sources and power plants• 2 interactive matching exercises, one for evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of the energy sources and one for labeling the components of a wind turbine.• 3 sets of experimentation instructions, plus related information for the teacher• 1 content guideline on the topic of "renewable energies” for the teacher• 1 guideline for using the media in the content package.


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Development of renewable energies worldwide

Information module:The charts show that the development of renewable energies worldwide is progressing very rapidly. In 2005, the share of renewable energies worldwide was still approximately 12 percent. By 2014, the share had increased to approximately 19 percent, as the first chart shows. As the second chart shows, it will increase to approximately 30 percent by 2040 according to forecasts by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Many people view this skeptically, but the third chart shows that global investments in renewable energies has grown tremendously. In 2012 alone, for example, China invested US$65 billion and is now the global leader in renewable energies in absolute and relative terms. By contrast, the former front-runner, Germany, has fallen behind considerably. The fourth chart shows that the changeover to renewable energies in Germany is progressing rapidly when it comes to power generation, while it is stagnating for transportation and heating. This is a phenomenon that so far applies to most countries around the world.


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Where will our electricity come from in 2050? (ES)

Chart:A bar chart shows global electric power generation by energy source (in 1,000 TWh). It is clear that fossil energy sources, especially coal, and the power plant technologies developed for them will continue to play a key role in the energy supply. However, this role will steadily shrink.Using the following source: World Energy Council, World Energy Scenarios - Composing energy futures to 2050, London, October 2013


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Siemens Stiftung

Renewable energy sources (ES)

Photo collage:The renewable energy sources sun, wind, and water Information and ideas:Use as an image for discussion to help the students recall previous experiences on the topic of "renewable energies.”


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