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Can Leetso and Hozho' Coexist?
Uranium Education for Middle School Students

Is nuclear energy necessary in the modern world?

Project #2 (Create a game that emphasizes the positive aspects of the nuclear industry)

Video introduction: Nuclear Industry/Energy

Guest speaker: from nuclear power plant

Field trip: Hospital or doctor's office (nuclear medicine)

Student group:
(3-4 students)
Examine typical game structures
Research other benefits of nuclear energy
Design game on this topic
Play (and evaluate) game created by another group
			
			

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