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Title: Radiation: from the inside out - science lesson plan for K-6 teachers.
Keywords: Radioisotopes
Nuclear Energy
Educational Tools
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Abstract: This unit provides opportunity to identify and explore the different forms of radioactivity. These include alpha particles, beta particles and gamma radiation. Students will be able to explain how nuclear energy is transformed into heat, movement and electrical energy for people to use. The Sun is the primary source of energy for the Earth. Radioisotopes play a very significant role in our lives. Students will investigate both the benefits and the problems associated with the use of radioisotopes.
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