Earth's Resources Karaoke

S6E6. Gather, evaluate, and communicate information about the uses and conservation of various natural resources and how they impact the Earth.

A. Ask questions to determine the differences between renewable/sustainable energy resources (examples: hydro, solar, wind, geothermal, tidal, biomass) and nonrenewable energy resources (examples: nuclear: uranium, fossil fuels: oil, coal, and natural gas), and how they are used in our everyday lives.

B. Design and evaluate solutions for sustaining the quality and supply of natural resources such as water, soil, and air.

C. Construct an argument evaluating contributions to the rise in global temperatures over the past century, whether it is natural or not or real. Tables, graphs, and maps of global and regional temperatures, and atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane, should be used as sources of evidence. Earthviewer app on iPad has CO2 data.

Google Classroom code:  zrsgz8


Kudzu Middle Sites

Cape Cod Wind Farm

Electric Cars Article

Super-Sized Solar Farm


GVS, read pg 1-5. Study the terms and ideas.


Nonrewable review worksheet. CG doc.


GVS, read pg 6-10.


Activity Alert:  Any creation/project showing the 4 types of nonrenewable resources.


Nonrenewable resources quiz


GVS, read pg 11


Study the energy useage chart, conduct some research, and answer some questions.  CG doc.


Resources Quiz 1


GVS, read pg 12-15.


Create a foldable about the 5 types of renewable energy resources


Renewable resources quiz 2.


Power Project. “The Place to Start”.  Read chapters 1, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17.  


Complete the project from GVS, pg. 18.  Discuss with Mr. B before starting.


Climate change/global warming research  Google doc. Standard C.


Energy Test!

Google Classroom


1. GVS Earth's Resources and Man

Natural Resources Webquest

2. BBC Renewable and Nonrenewable Info!

Green Squad Webquest

3. Bingo Activity


4. Power Project


5. Energy Argument! Each member researches a different form of energy & creates a presentation.