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ETO Record Number
11
Author
Toler, Dane J.; National Science Resources Center (U.S.),; Carolina Biological Supply Company.,
Title
Energy, machines, and motion : student guide and source book
Secondary Title (usually periodical title)
Science and technology concepts for middle schools
Volume (periodical)
Number (periodical)
Accession Number (For ERIC and similar collections)
Call Number
LOC: TJ147 .E54 2000
Edition
Editor
ISBN
0892788577
Format
Keywords
Machinery Juvenile literature.; Force and energy Juvenile literature.; Motion Juvenile literature.
Pages
xvii, 248 p.
Location Published
Burlington, N.C.
Publisher
Carolina Biological Supply Co.
Date of Publication
2000
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Abstract
Notes
Smithsonian/The National Academies, National Science Resources Center ; [developer/writer, Dane J. Toler].
STC/MS energy, machines and motion
ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Includes index and glossary.
With Teacher's Guide: 0-89278-856-9
Could be used to teach all the science related to automobiles, at the middle school level. Materials you'll need include K'NEX, batteries, charger, various electrical parts like connectors and motors, standard physical science lab supplies, and a pegboard for force diagrams. See the teachers's guide for the conceptual sequence of the units.
Available at Lyman Library (MOS Boston)