Geography | Ages Ages 14-16
Part of:Climate and Energy HIWAVES
In this lesson students will learn about how different types of energy are generated and stored, focussing on examples of renewable and non-renewable sources. Students will also look at the energy production matrix of the UK, the Netherlands and the European Union, comparing and contrasting them.
Share the lesson objectives with the students. Test prior knowledge of different energy types.
Students focus on wind, wave and solar energy production. Students will study how the energy is generated and where they are stored.
Students focus on oil and gas energy production. Students identify where the different types of energy are generated and where they are stored.
Students look at tables that show the energy matrix of the UK, the Netherlands and the European Union as a whole.