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2020 Energy

2020 Energy

http://www.2020energy.eu/node/108

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You Have The Power Understanding energy and energy solutions is necessary if current and future generations are going to help solve our energy challenges. Being armed with a greater understanding of energy allows us to be better decision-makers and to make wiser choices in our personal lives, as well as in our communities. Energy-related decisions usually require the work of many experts to address economic, political, environmental, social, and other factors. But in this interactive, the decision belongs to students. Use or adapt these prompts to engage your students in the interactive:

15 photos that show how our planet is changing Earth is a living, breathing organism. It is undergoing constant changes — glaciers melt, rivers dry up and appear again, cities expand, forests and deserts shift around. And all the while, our planet remains breathtakingly beautiful. Today, Bright Side brings you a selection of incredible NASA photos that demonstrate how the face of the world has changed over the last century! Kodu Game Lab An overview of Kodu. (Click to play) Kodu lets kids create games on the PC and Xbox via a simple visual programming language. Kodu can be used to teach creativity, problem solving, storytelling, as well as programming. Anyone can use Kodu to make a game, young children as well as adults with no design or programming skills.

EUROMED GAME - Ready to play How to play? You first have to downmoad the EM Game from this page, the link is on the right column. The EM GAME is provided in two formats: for PC and for MAC. Choose the best for you! Before playing... GeoGames GeoGames challenges players to Build Planet Earth and Map Countries and Cities using fun graphics and sound effects on an animated 3D globe. The game focuses on cognitive concepts, such as spatial relationships (where the continents are in relation to each other and to the oceans), nesting (how a city is a unit within a country, a country is a unit within a continent), and how countries, continents and oceans have vastly different sizes (scale.) Designed to help educators teach and assess students' geography mapping skills, GeoGames can be played as a group activity or individually. Each level of the game is graded easy, medium, or hard. Players can track and record their completion times using the automated game timer as well as print customized maps that reflect their progress at each level.

Maps: What Energy Sources Power the World? There are many types of maps out there, but one of the most telling ones is a simple satellite image of the Earth at night. On these powerful images, the darkness is a blank canvas for the bright city lights that represent the vast extent of human geography. The bright spots help us understand the distribution of population, as well as what areas of the world are generally wealthier and more urban. Meanwhile, the big dark spots – such as over the wilderness in northern Canada, the Amazon basin, or in Niger – show areas that are not densely populated or more rural. Here’s one image based on this principle. Developing games (Preliminary) The topic you requested is included in another documentation set. For convenience, it's displayed below. Choose Switch to see the topic in its original location. Windows 8.1 offers new opportunities to create, distribute, and monetize games. Learn about porting your game and preparing a game for the Windows Store. Start developing your Windows Store game

Klondike - Rush for Gold In the summer of 1897 two ocean going steamers landed on the west coast of the United States. One ship, The Excelsior, landed in San Francisco and three days later The Portland landed in Seattle. Down the gangplank of these two ships went a rag-tag group of men and women carrying sacks of gold. Some walked down the docks with $5,000 worth of gold while others had over $100,000 worth. The miners told of the rich claims they had staked one year earlier on a series of small creeks flowing into the Klondike River.

Ranked: The Countries with the Most Sustainable Energy Policies Think about the last item you threw away. Did you consider where that product ended up, once you threw it away? The Earth’s growing waste problem can be traced back to a culture that treats virtually every item we buy and own as disposable. Rapid urbanisation, population growth, and industrialisation are key contributors to the burgeoning volumes of waste that humans are producing each year. But what if there was away to get around that? Drivers and Downloads Yes We were unable to verify the Service Tag or Express Service Code you have entered. Please verify your entry or choose one of the options to the right.Tips to verify your entry: Some characters can be confused, such as the “S” and “5” or “B” and “8” or D and zero.

Lost Luggage – Speaking Activity – Mike Astbury – Teaching Games This is a practical speaking activity, designed to be part of a task based learning style lesson for a strong intermediate class. The material is adaptable for a variety of levels. [CLICK HERE to download the handouts.] Lead in Students discuss in pairs: "Epic Video Game Musics" by Cyril Letonnelier <a href=" title="Grooveshark"><img src=" alt="Grooveshark" /></a><h2>Listen to free music online.</h2><p>Grooveshark provides free music streaming, online radio stations, and lets you connect with artists and friends.</p><p>Grooveshark is the world's largest international community of music lovers. Literacy and Leadership Through Digital Gaming Read to Lead is unlike any other literacy supplement for your curriculum. First, it’s amazingly engaging for students! Even struggling readers who wouldn’t open a traditional book are eager to try our interactive fiction, given that it offers them the empowerment, agency, and feedback so often experienced in great video games. Second, Read to Lead seamlessly combines literacy instruction with opportunities to develop 21st-century skills such as leadership, adaptability, and accountability. Students not only improve their reading and writing, but also apply these skills to realistic professional scenarios that prepare them for the workplace!

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