Anne Easley

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Quiz:

Annie Easley - Scientist Case Study

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Q1.What country was Annie Easley from?

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Q2.What does NASA stand for?

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Q3.Annie Easley got a degree from Cleveland State University, what subject was it in?

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Q4.What did Annie Easley get a job as at NACA (NASA)?

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Q5.Annie Easley worked as an EEO to help other people be treated fairly at work. EEO stands for _________ Employment Officer. What goes in the gap?

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Q6.Annie Easley worked on a rocket propelled upper stage - what was it called?

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Q7.This is a quote from Annie Easley - 'You can be __________ you want to. It doesn't matter what you look like, what your size is, what your colour is. You can be anything you want to, but you do have to work at it.' - what word goes in the gap?

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Q8.Annie Easley worked on batteries - batteries are an example of a __________ energy store. What goes in the gap?

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Q9.Annie Easley worked on wind and solar power - what type of energy resources are these?

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Q10.What layer of the atmosphere did Annie Easley help to investigate?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Annie Easley - Scientist Case Study

This quiz will have questions from the lesson called 'Annie Easley - Scientist Case Study' and previous lessons in the Energy topic. Please complete this quiz to consolidate your learning.

Q1.What country was Annie Easley from?

1/10

Q2.What does NASA stand for?

2/10

Q3.Annie Easley got a degree from Cleveland State University, what subject was it in?

3/10

Q4.What did Annie Easley get a job as at NACA (NASA)?

4/10

Q5.Annie Easley worked as an EEO to help other people be treated fairly at work. EEO stands for _________ Employment Officer. What goes in the gap?

5/10

Q6.Annie Easley worked on a rocket propelled upper stage - what was it called?

6/10

Q7.This is a quote from Annie Easley - 'You can be __________ you want to. It doesn't matter what you look like, what your size is, what your colour is. You can be anything you want to, but you do have to work at it.' - what word goes in the gap?

7/10

Q8.Annie Easley worked on batteries - batteries are an example of a __________ energy store. What goes in the gap?

8/10

Q9.Annie Easley worked on wind and solar power - what type of energy resources are these?

9/10

Q10.What layer of the atmosphere did Annie Easley help to investigate?

10/10

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