Non-renewable energy resources

This lesson describes how fossil fuels are formed and the advantages and disadvantages of using these non-renewable energy resources

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What does kcal stand for?

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Q2.How many J in 45 kJ?

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Q3.Which energy store is found in food?

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Q4.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what is the independent variable?

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Q5.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what piece of equipment is used to hold the water?

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Q6.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - which of these is not a control variable?

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Q7.How do you calculate the temperature change?

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Q8.What type of word should all steps of a method start with?

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Q9.In the burning food investigation, what happens to the temperature of the water?

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Q10.If the start temperature of some water is 40 °C and the final temperature is 100 °C, what is the temperature change?

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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.What does kcal stand for?

1/10

Q2.How many J in 45 kJ?

2/10

Q3.Which energy store is found in food?

3/10

Q4.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what is the independent variable?

4/10

Q5.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what piece of equipment is used to hold the water?

5/10

Q6.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - which of these is not a control variable?

6/10

Q7.How do you calculate the temperature change?

7/10

Q8.What type of word should all steps of a method start with?

8/10

Q9.In the burning food investigation, what happens to the temperature of the water?

9/10

Q10.If the start temperature of some water is 40 °C and the final temperature is 100 °C, what is the temperature change?

10/10

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Non-renewable energy resources

This quiz will have questions from the lesson called 'Non-renewable energy resources' and previous lessons in the Energy topic. Please complete this quiz to consolidate your learning.

Q1.Which of these is not a fossil fuel?

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Q2.What does this statement define? 'used quicker than they can be replaced'

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Q3.Which of these is an example of a nuclear fuel?

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Q4.Which of the fossil fuels is formed from ancient dead plants?

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Q5.Complete the gap: the formation of oil takes millions of years and requires lots of heat and ________

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Q6.What does water turn into when it is heated in a boiler (furnace) in a fossil fuel power plant?

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Q7.Complete the gap: in a fossil fuel power plant, steam goes through a narrow tube into a __________, causing its blades to spin around.

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Q8.Complete the gap: when the generator starts to spin faster, its _________ energy store increases.

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Q9.Which of these is an advantage of using fossil fuels?

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Q10.What gas is released when coal is burned that contributes to acid rain?

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Quiz:

Non-renewable energy resources

This quiz will have questions from the lesson called 'Non-renewable energy resources' and previous lessons in the Energy topic. Please complete this quiz to consolidate your learning.

Q1.Which of these is not a fossil fuel?

1/10

Q2.What does this statement define? 'used quicker than they can be replaced'

2/10

Q3.Which of these is an example of a nuclear fuel?

3/10

Q4.Which of the fossil fuels is formed from ancient dead plants?

4/10

Q5.Complete the gap: the formation of oil takes millions of years and requires lots of heat and ________

5/10

Q6.What does water turn into when it is heated in a boiler (furnace) in a fossil fuel power plant?

6/10

Q7.Complete the gap: in a fossil fuel power plant, steam goes through a narrow tube into a __________, causing its blades to spin around.

7/10

Q8.Complete the gap: when the generator starts to spin faster, its _________ energy store increases.

8/10

Q9.Which of these is an advantage of using fossil fuels?

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Q10.What gas is released when coal is burned that contributes to acid rain?

10/10

Lesson summary: Non-renewable energy resources

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