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Saving Energy

Overview

In this lesson pupils will learn what is meant by the term energy source. They will consider how they use energy in their lives and be introduced to the basic environmental concerns raised when creating electricity from burning fossil fuels or through nuclear reactions. Pupils will then be shown how they can help the environment through saving energy in their day to day lives.
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