U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (Environment/Renewable Energy) – Distance Learning

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During this engaging project, students will review and interact with the Twitter feed of the U.S. Department of Energy. They share links to reports and data, updates on policy and initiatives, as well as videos, blogs, and other content about energy production in the U.S.They don’t need Twitter acco…

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Description

During this engaging project, students will review and interact with the Twitter feed of the U.S. Department of Energy. They share links to reports and data, updates on policy and initiatives, as well as videos, blogs, and other content about energy production in the U.S.

They don’t need Twitter accounts to do this activity! I provide the Twitter research link directly on the student guide and list the account username they are to search at the top as well.

Format:

– Fillable PDF for easy digital sharing or printing

– Research links embedded for quick access

– Short answer and reflective essay

Twitter keeps us up to date on the current status of things in the world and this lesson is meant to show students how to use Twitter in an academic way to reach the topic of environmental conservation. It is also a chance for them to learn that situations in the world are ever-changing.

The guide has them read through the feed and examine it for information and also requires them to consider what future trends may be coming regarding this topic.

⏳Teaching Time

– 30-40 minutes with peer sharing

You can use this as a sub plan, homework assignment, or as classwork.

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Description

During this engaging project, students will review and interact with the Twitter feed of the U.S. Department of Energy. They share links to reports and data, updates on policy and initiatives, as well as videos, blogs, and other content about energy production in the U.S.They don’t need Twitter acco…

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