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APPLIED TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL!

APRIL 21, 2013

NUCLEAR ENERGY INDUSTRY
PROJECT CONTENT
NOT MORE THAN 10 SLIDES MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING: • What makes an element radioactive (Discuss neutronproton ratio) • Types of nuclear radiations (Discuss alpha, beta, Gamma, and electron capture) • Why do we need the nuclear energy for? Is it safe? • Where from can we get this nuclear energy?

Nuclear energy supplies some 14% of the world's electricity. Today 31 countries use nuclear energy to generate up to three quarters of their electricity, and a substantial number of these depend on it for one quarter to one half of

their supply. Almost 15,000 reactor-years of operational experience have been accumulated since the 1950s by the world's 440 nuclear power reactors (and nuclear reactors powering naval vessels have clocked up a similar amount).

• What are the applications and the effects of nuclear reactions? • Include images and a video that explains some of the content

PROJECT TIMELINE: The students are requested to work in groups of 2 students each and search about Nuclear energy and the role that it takes in the industry. The results have to be displayed in a power point presentation and submitted before the

dead line of 16th of May, 2013. The students are responsible to show all the required contents in their presentation and to divid the work among the group members. Any late submission will lead to deduct 5% of the total mark per late day.

PREPARED BY: NASHWA AMRY!

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APPLIED TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL!

APRIL 21, 2013

PROJECT RUBRICS

Exemplary (4)

Accomplished (3)

Developing (2) Difficult to follow presentation--student jumps around

Beginning (1) Cannot understand presentation--no sequence of information

Organization Information presented Information in logical in logical, interesting sequence sequence

Subject Knowledge

Demonstrates full knowledge by answering all class questions with explanations and...
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