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Heat Radiation


Curipod generated lesson: "Heat Radiation". #5-7

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1. Drawings
390 seconds
Draw what a convection current would look like in a beaker.
2. Slide
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Heat radiation is the process of energy being released from a hot object. This energy is released in the form of electromagnetic waves and travels through space. Heat radiation is used in everyday life, from cooking on a stove to the sun warming the Earth.
What is Heat Radiation?
3. Slide
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4. Slide
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6. Slide
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8. Slide
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Heat Radiation: The transfer of energy from one object to another through the emission of electromagnetic waves. These can travel through the vacuum of space.
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9. Poll
60 seconds
Do you think heat radiation is a major cause of climate change?
  • Yes, definitely
  • No, not at all
  • I'm not sure
10. Slide
60 seconds
More than half of the energy from the Sun is absorbed by the atmosphere before it reaches the Earth's surface. Radiation from the Sun is composed of visible light as well as infrared radiation, which is invisible to the human eye. The Earth's atmosphere is composed of molecules that radiate energy due to their temperature, creating a natural greenhouse effect.
Did you know?
11. Open question
300 seconds
What are some examples of heat radiation?
12. Open question
300 seconds
How does heat radiation affect the environment?
13. Open question
180 seconds
What do you think is the most important thing to know about heat radiation?
14. Open question
180 seconds
What questions do you have about heat radiation?

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