Knowledge can be assessed by evaluating the student's ability to explain the design, procedure and conclusions of the exercise through written or oral methods.
Skills are integral to the exercise and can be evaluated by completion of the worksheet and questions.
Attitudes and changes in awarenesscan be observed and developed through discussion and behaviors relating to energy conservation. The student may be able to draw further connections between consumer choices and environmental issues.
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