The Life Cycle of Everyday Stuff

The Life Cycle of Everyday Stuff

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In the context of life cycles, these units use central science concepts to explore the energy, raw materials, and waste issues that are the history of any manufactured product. As students consider the trade-offs made at each step, they will learn to recognize the decisions made to balance economic, developmental, and environmental needs.Record their answers on the board or an overhead. Use the plant ... In an Earth science context, continue this parallel with the water cycle, nitrogen cycle, or carbon cycle. ... Have students reproduce the Life Cycle of a Pencil in their lab journal.


Title:The Life Cycle of Everyday Stuff
Author: Mike Reeske, Shirley Watt Ireton
Publisher:NSTA Press - 2001-01-01
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