Energy stores and transfers

Describe energy stores and pathways and give examples.

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.How can energy be described?

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Q2.What happens to the amount of energy stored in water when it is heated by a kettle?

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Q3.What happens to the energy stored in an apple when it is eaten?

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Q4.Which of these objects stores the largest amount of energy?

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Q5.What form of energy will a stretched rubber band store?

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Q6.Energy is ______________ energy stores.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.How can energy be described?

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Q2.What happens to the amount of energy stored in water when it is heated by a kettle?

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Q3.What happens to the energy stored in an apple when it is eaten?

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Q4.Which of these objects stores the largest amount of energy?

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Q5.What form of energy will a stretched rubber band store?

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Q6.Energy is ______________ energy stores.

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Quiz:

Energy stores and transfers (Part 1)

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Match the energy stores with their correct descriptions.
  • kinetic energy
  • chemical energy
  • elastic potential
  • stored in stretched objects
  • stored in moving objects
  • stored in foods, fuels or batteries

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Q2.Match the energy stores with their correct descriptions.
  • gravitational potential energy
  • nuclear energy
  • thermal energy
  • involves splitting or fusing atoms
  • stored as heat
  • stored in objects off the ground

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Q3.Which energy transfer takes place when a forklift picks up a crate?

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Q4.Which energy transfer takes place when a circuit is switched on?

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Q5.Put these energy stores and transfers in the correct order to describe the energy pathway of a cyclist during a race.
  • kinetic energy store in the bike
  • chemical energy store in the muscles
  • mechanical transfer

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Q6.Put these energy stores and transfers in the correct order to describe the energy pathway of a ball rolling down a hill.
  • mechanical transfer
  • kinetic energy store in the ball
  • gravitational potential energy store in the ball

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Quiz:

Energy stores and transfers (Part 1)

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Match the energy stores with their correct descriptions.
  • kinetic energy
  • chemical energy
  • elastic potential
  • stored in stretched objects
  • stored in moving objects
  • stored in foods, fuels or batteries

Where you see this icon you can drag and drop! If you are using your keyboard select and move using space and the arrow keys.

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Q2.Match the energy stores with their correct descriptions.
  • gravitational potential energy
  • nuclear energy
  • thermal energy
  • involves splitting or fusing atoms
  • stored as heat
  • stored in objects off the ground

Where you see this icon you can drag and drop! If you are using your keyboard select and move using space and the arrow keys.

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Q3.Which energy transfer takes place when a forklift picks up a crate?

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Q4.Which energy transfer takes place when a circuit is switched on?

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Q5.Put these energy stores and transfers in the correct order to describe the energy pathway of a cyclist during a race.
  • mechanical transfer
  • kinetic energy store in the bike
  • chemical energy store in the muscles

Where you see this icon you can drag and drop! If you are using your keyboard select and move using space and the arrow keys.

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Q6.Put these energy stores and transfers in the correct order to describe the energy pathway of a ball rolling down a hill.
  • kinetic energy store in the ball
  • gravitational potential energy store in the ball
  • mechanical transfer

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Lesson summary: Energy stores and transfers

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