Future of mobility: level 2 - lesson 1
This lesson focuses on the properties of hydrogen and how it can be used as a fuel. It is appropriate to students aged 11 to 14 years.
Note: This is the first lesson of two. The second lesson builds on the knowledge gained by focusing on hydrogen fuel cells. It provides a way of contextualising classroom practicals involving the production and reactions of hydrogen, and to why it may be a suitable "fuel for the future".
Students will be able to:
- describe the properties of hydrogen
- explain why hydrogen is being considered the fuel of the future
- recognise the personal attributes and motivations of people choosing a career in research and development
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