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Electromagnetic Radiation

Electromagnetic Radiation

| 1 min

What do X-rays, microwaves and light have in common? Part of the Science Please! collection for children.


Credits
  • director
    Sylvain Charbonneau
  • animation
    Nicola Lemay
  • producer
    Marc Bertrand

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Ages 10 to 11

Science - Physical Science

Teacher asks students to: - compare, using a bar graph, the average temperatures of each planet in the Solar System starting from the one closest to the sun; - bring in items or products that protect against the Sun’s rays and discuss alternative solutions; - express their opinions on the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions as part of a debate about global warming and the ozone layer.

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