Power Station Drama


Power Station Drama

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In this lesson, pupils will learn about coal-fired power stations and their emissions as well as wind and water power stations which are less polluting through drama. An introduction to green house gases is included via a short film.This lesson can be used on its own or as a consolidation lesson if you have done the following: The Electricity Journey, The Power of The Sun, The Power of The Wind, The Power of Water and Climate Change. It also forms part of the Energy Efficiency Assembly.

Curriculum areas

English, Geography


Renewable, Non-renewable

You'll need

Web access, Whiteboards

Added by: kathy, Generation Green

Date added: Tuesday 24th July 2012

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  • Preparation time:
    15 minutes
  • Implementation time:
    30 minutes


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