B 4.2 Electric Cooker, Induction Cooker and Microwave Oven

Marcus Brändle

  • Goals:
    • The students have learned that energy neither can be produced nor can be destroyed but only transformed from one form to another. (1. Law of thermodynamics)
    • The students can name the various forms of energy on the basis of their (thermodynamic) comprehension of energy conversion.
    • The students can draw up and analyze comparative diagrams regarding to water heating.
  • Skills:
    • Professional skills concerning thermodynamic basics.
    • Professional skills concerning the forms of energy.
    • Experimental and scientific skills.
    • Problem- solving competencies.
    • Social competence.

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