Physics modules

1. How does the generator work?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • In this module students solve alternative ways to produce electricity and the basic functions of the generator. (pdf)

   

2. How to protect your hearing while using mp3-player?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • In this module students familiarize themselves with sound presure and hearing. (pdf)  


 

3. How to secure the energy sources of finland in future?

  • Designed for high school (Second course).
  • In this module students consider the future of coal-fired power plants. (pdf)


 

4. Which energy forms will be supported for the next 20 years in eu?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Students familiarize themselves with the cons and pros of the different energy forms. (pdf)

 

5. How to dry your clothes

  • Designed for grades 5-6.
  • In this module  students reflect on drying clothes. (pdf)



 

6. Ready - set - science

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • In this module students familiarize themselves with scientific literacy including observating and conclusions. (pdf)

 

 







 

7. CSI Joensuu: traffic accident: Who is to blame?

  • Designed for grades 7-9 and high school (First course).
  • In this module students solve a problem with the laws of motion. (pdf)

 

 

 

8.CSI Carleborgsskolan: traffic accident: Who is to blame?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • In this module students solve a problem with the laws of motion. (pdf)

 

 

 

9. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

  • Designed for high school (Second course).
  • In this module students familiarize themselves with the structure of windows and walls in a detached house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. Competition - save energy

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Your mission is to figure out five functional ideas how to save money on an electricity bill per year. Thus supporting sustainable development. (pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Why does heating cost so much?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • What is your opinion about heating systems and building materials for a house? Remember to keep in mind building costings. (pdf)

 

 

12. Why does the duudsons fall?

  • Designed for high school (First course).
  • Use the laws of motion, measuring and analyzing to figure out the effects of air resistance. (pdf)

 

 

 

13. what is the energy form used in the near future 2020 in finland?

  • Designed for grade 9.
  • What kind of options there are for power production? In this module students learn about the operational principle of a power production facility and which raw materials are used in the process. Students' also have to ponder the environmental effects of power production. (pdf)

 

14. What happens to a icecube in my softdrink?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Students investigate how does the ice melt and water freeze. Through the reseach they will make models about the structure of substances states. (pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. youth's perception on a new heating plant

  • Designed for high school.
  • In this module student familiarize themselves with alternative ways of power production. (pdf)

 

 

16. THe specific heat capacity of water

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • The conservation of energy and the heat capacity of water are put to test with experimental work. (pdf)

 

 

17. nuclear energy - all in favour?

  • Designed for high school (Eighth course).
  • Students learn the basics of a nuclear power production. (pdf)

 

 

Chemistry modules

1. Water cycle

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Properties of water and water cycle in nature. (pdf)

 

 

 

2. What happens to a grain of a corn in heating?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • What can be said in the light of science about popcorn?. (pdf)

 

 

3. can you purify polluted water?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • How can you purify water to drinking condition. (pdf)

 

 







 

4. Thirsty heros

  • Designed for grades 5-6.
  • How can you get drinking water an a deserted island?. (pdf)

 

5. research of water

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Some properties of water and a study trip to local lake. (pdf)

 

6. are iron bridges trustworthy?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • The basics for shielding iron from corrosion. (pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biology modules

1. Recycling

  • Designed for grades 5-6.
  • Many ways to recycle. (pdf)

     



 

2. what kind of milk should i drink?

  • Designed for grades 5-6.
  • Solve the facts behind consumer's purchasing choices.. (pdf)

 

 

3. How and where does Fifth Grader Veijo find reliable Information about a Home Cure for Flu?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • This module focuses on the question of how reliable is the Internet information concerning medicines. (pdf)

 

 

4. Can the court trust the polygraph?

  • Designed for grades 7-9.
  • Based on experiments and science literacy students decide are the polygraphs reliable. (pdf)

 

 

 

 

Earth science modules

1. Entrepreneurs in trouble

  • Designed for grades 5-6.
  • Supported by earth science students place companies to worldmap to more beneficial surroundings. (pdf)

 

2. A mine foundation - all in favour?

  • Designed for grade 9.
  • Form your own opinion about the effects of ore mine for your hometown. Justifying your statements requires background information and furthermore moral choices. (pdf)
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