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Lyceum de Grundel 2HA2 Marcel Kienhuis

Page history last edited by wikiuser0009 3 years, 9 months ago

 

How to use this school page:

 

  • This is the page to introduce yourselves to the other groups/classes in your Learning Circle and post all your challenge contributions. 

  • We ask you to share not only the results, but also a report of the learning process: how you discussed, planned, divided tasks, enjoyed working on the challenges etc. 

 

Giving and receiving feedback:

 

  • On this school page (below) you'll find text boxes for the feedback from the other groups in your Circle.
    We ask you to give each school feedback, in each of the 4 phases of this Circle.

  • If you want to give a brief remark to a group, please use the comment box at the bottom of the school page.

 



 

Introduction: 

 

Hello, we are 2ha2 from lyceum de Grundel, we would like to introduce ourselves.

Our mentor is MR. Kienhuis, and our English teacher Miss Blaauwgeers.

If you wanna see our school, use the link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as-oMy5eeNg

 

 

 

 

Hi everyone,

We are Susan, Marleen, Maud, Fleur and Quinn. We life in the Netherlands, in Hengelo. We go to school at ‘de Grundel’.

Susan: I am 12 years old. I have a mom and dad and one little sister named Carine, I also have a dog named Phineas. I like to play hockey and go to piano lessons.

Marleen: I am 14 years old. I have a mom and dad and a brother named Thijs, I also have a cat named Fleur. I like to sing and I also like to play volleyball.

Maud: I am 13 years old. I have a mom and a dad and a half-sister named Floor and a brother named Bram, I also have a dog named Sita. I like jogging and I like to play with my dog.

Fleur: I am 13 years old. I have a mom and dad, a little brother named Coen and a dog named Noortje. I like to play tennis and I have a obsession for Harry Potter.

Quinn: I am 13 years old. I have a mom and dad, a little sister named Danì and a dog named Fritz. I like to play tennis and to watch Pretty Little Liars on Netflix.

 


 

Hey everyone, I'm Jesper Vosmer, i also live in holland. I'm also allowed to edit this page, if there are grammar mistakes, it's me or Merts fault.

 

Hey, my name is Mert Yilmaz. We live in The Netherlands, we are from Lyceum the Grundel. My favourite hobby is playing videogames. I am the one who spellchecks everything before uploading it on this website. so dont blame them, blame me if there are some grammar mistakes.

 

Hello my name is Quinten Nijkrake,

I am from the netherlands. I’m 13 years old. I like computers and hockey.

 

Hello,

I am Bart Janssen I come from the Netherlands

 I am 14 years old and i like to play video games.

I play sports: basketball.

 

Hello my name is Jurre Boxem I am 13 years old and I live in Hertme. Hertme is a small village in the Netherlands. My hobbies are cycling and breeding birds.

 

Hello guys, in am Joël Altena. I am from the Netherlands. My school is Lyceum the Grundel. I go to school with a bike. I like school very much. I will move out to another home soon so i have to cycle longer to school than i now do.

 

Hello i am Peter Atalla, I am from the Netherlands. I am originally from Iraq. I follow lesson on Lyceum the Grundel and i’m 13 years old. I like to play football and chilling outside.

Greetings from the Netherlands.

 

Hello, we are Ole, Merlijn, Naut, Nout and Jordi

Ole:

Age:13

School: Grundel

Family: 1 Brother, Mother and Father

 

Merlijn:

Age: 13

School: Grundel

Family: 1 sister, Mother and Father

 

Naut:

Age: 14

School: Grundel

Family: 1 Sister, Mother and Father

 

Nout:

Age: 14

School: Grundel

Family: 1 Brother, 1 Sister, Mother and Father

 

Jordi:

Age: 13

School: Grundel

Family: 2 Sisters, Mother and Father

 

Hello everybody, we are: Lynn, Vera and Alison.

Today we’re going to introduce our selfes.

Name: Lynn

Age: 13

 Hoby’s: playing soccer, crochet and playing with my sisters.

School: lyceum de Grundel.

Born: Netherlands

 

Name: Alison

Age: 13

Hoby’s: horseback riding

School: lyceum de grundel

Born: Netherlands

 

Name: vera

Age: 13

Hoby’s: hockey

School: lyceum de Grundel

Born: Netherlands

 

 

Introduction video Hilye, Roos, Intan, Iris, Britte, Sabine.mp4



 

Contributions Challenge 1:

 

 

Susan,Marleen, Maud, Fleur, Quinn

  1.  What kinds of affordable clean energy sources shown in the pictures below are used in your country?

 

  • Wind Onshore 
  • Solar PV Plant 
  • Res, Roof PV System         
  • Wind Offshore 
  • Renewable energy 

 

How effective are these kinds of energy sources if used in your country?

These energy sources are effective, some sources are more effective than the other ones.
We are going to name one of them and how effective this one is.

Renewable energy ;

The world's natural gas, coal and oil are diminishing. This is why nowadays there is more focus on generating energy from renewable sources. Examples are solar energy, wind energy, water power, biomass and CO2 neutral gas. The Dutch government has set the following goals:

  • 30% less greenhouse gass emmissions by 2020 compared to 1990
  • 20% of total energy supply should be generated by renewable energy sources
  • More support for consumers who wish to save on energy, by granting subsidies for solar panels, solar boilers, insulation.

What plans are in place to promote and increase the use of affordable clean energy usage in your country?

We have solar panels in the Netherlands or Holland. The solar panels promote the clean energy for some people it isn’t affordable. When people want solar panels the most off them go the the community because then can be insured.

The most populair energy company is; Nuon in the Neterlands.

 

Assignment 2;

 

Create an Energy Saving Guide which shows how easy it is to cut your energy use in one or more of the following places: your home, on the road, at your school or in a local business.

Home; You don’t have to load every night your phone. You can at least try to load your phone one time a day.

The Road; What can you do on the road? You don’t have to ride you can take a bike , you can walk or you can take the bus. Walking or going with the bike is the best the bus can but it isn’t the most energy saving thing what there is.

School; Don’t use the tv as much you can use the board or just use paper.

Local business; Much people can use paper and not their phones so that’s how you spare energy.

 

Assignment 3;

For this assignment we did the experiment stop wasting energy.

These are the benefits about this experiment.

Benefits:

 

  • We don't waist anymore water or energy
  • The battery of your laptop last longer so you don't have to load it
  • If you keep your window closed, you keep the hot air inside so you don't have to turn on the heating
  • it's cheaper

 

These are the differences of what we do normal and what we did by the experiment:

  • Normally we load our laptop even if the battery isn’t empty.
  • Normally we open our window for some fresh air.
  • At the experiment we only loaded our laptop when the battery was actually empty.
  • At the experiment we didn’t open our window so we don’t had to turn on the heating.

 

Conclusion: it’s cheaper but it takes a little more effort. So if you want to save some money this is definitely a good way!

 

 

  

Intan, Britte, Iris, Roos, Sabine, Hilye

Opdracht 1

In our country do we have:

  1.  
  2. Com/Gov Roof PV system
  3. Solar PV plant
  4. CSP Plant
  5. Wind Onshore
  6. Wind Offshore
  7. Tidle Turbine

 

 

effective

1

8

2

9

3

8

4

7

5

9

6

10

7

8

1= least and 10= most

 

Our government wanted to make wind farms on land and sea. Unfortunately, there were counterarguments.

 

 

 

 

Opdracht 2:

How to save energy:

Don’t forget to turn the lights off when you go.

 

 

 

Opdracht 3

A wind ofshore with solar pc plant on top of it. 

 

 

 

Assignment 1

Wave divise, wind onshore, solar pv plant,

Wind onshore: used 2200 times ; for 473000 houses\
in the next decade there will be 50.000 more

Wave divise: used 19 times ; 300 houses
in the next decade there will be 35 more

Solar pv plant: used 400.000 times ; for 400.000 houses
in the next decade there will be 200.000 more

 

Assignment 2

to save energy well it is useful to close the doors, because a lot of heat and therefore energy is lost. It is also smart to turn down the thermostat and put on a sweater. to really be good for the environment it is better to drive in an electric car, because it gives no exhaust gases and is therefore not harmful. LED lighting is also very good for the environment, it costs more but lasts longer and you save it with a lot of precious energy. if you have the plug from the socket takes you lose no energy because you join loses energy even when not on the device

Assignment 3

we do the lights one day also we use anything with an electrical outlet. and we'll see how much we save. We do not use any renewable source, but we do not consume energy. We use no energy so no fossil fire hit. We use candles for light. Candles are cheaper supply heat and light is long and you get a lot of light there

 

Pros

cons

 

It is very coasy

You need a lot of candles

You save energy

They can raak op

You can put the oven lower

You have to go to the Shop For new ones

 

 

Assignment 1 - Research and report. 
Affordable clean energy - How is it used?

Made by: Lynn, Vera and Alison.

 

the affordable clean energy that we use in our coutry are: solar pv plant, windonshore and roof pv system.

 

The solar pv plant: it’s not really effective because there isn’t a lot of shunsine in our country (20%)of the 140,000 km of road in Holland could be used to harvest solar energy

 

Wind Onshore:Wind power in the Netherlands reached an installed capacity of 3,431 MW by year end 2015, 427 MW of which were based offshore.[1] The 2,174 turbines sited in Holland by the end of 2015 provided the country with 5.6% of its electricity demand during the year, a figure that is growing but somewhat below the average of 11.4% that wind power provides across the whole of the EU’s electricity consumption.[2] 2015 was a record year for new installations in Holland with 586 MW added of which 180 MW were offshore.[1] 3.431 mw

Roof pv system: it’s almost the same as the solar pv plant we don’t have a lot of shunsine in our country so it’s not really effective.

Assignment 2 Create your Energy Saving Guide.

When your at home you can safe some energy by not using your phone to much because if you use your phone a lot you need to charging your phone also a lot

When your on a road you can safe some energy by not using your car but grab your bike

Assignment 3 

Make Your Own Saving Energy Experiment

Energy out orange

First you cut your orange and after that you put a nail and a tin in your orange after that you grab a power meter and then you put theme on the nail and the tin than you can see how much energy one orange shows.

When you put a lot of oranges together you have a lot of energy.

It’s quite expensive to buy the oranges.

  

Made by: Jesper en Joep

 

made by Ruben and Lars

What kinds of affordable clean energy sources shown in the pictures below are used in your country?

 

Wind Onshore 

Solar PV Plant 

Res, Roof PV System         

Wind Offshore 

Renewable energy 

 

How effective are these kinds of energy sources if used in your country?

These energy sources are effective, some sources are more effective than the other ones. 
We are going to name one of them and how effective this one is.

Renewable energy ;

The world's natural gas, coal and oil are diminishing. This is why nowadays there is more focus on generating energy from renewable sources. Examples are solar energy, wind energy, water power, biomass and CO2 neutral gas. The Dutch government has set the following goals:

30% less greenhouse gass emmissions by 2020 compared to 1990

20% of total energy supply should be generated by renewable energy sources

More support for consumers who wish to save on energy, by granting subsidies for solar panels, solar boilers, insulation.

What are the plans in place to promote and increase to use affordable clean energy usage in your country?

We have solar panels our beautiful country. The solar panels promote the clean energy for some people it isn’t affordable. When people want solar panels the most off them go the the community because then can be insured.

The most populair energy company is Eneco in the Neterlands.

 

Assignment 2

 

Create an Energy Saving Guide which shows how easy it is to cut your energy use in one or more of the following places: your home, on the road, at your school or in a local business.

 

At home: you don’t have to turn on all the lamps, u can use candles too

On the streets: What can you do on the road? You don’t have too ride with your car you can use your legs our your bike too

At school: use paper and not a tv

 

Assignment 3

For this assignment we did the experiment stop wasting energy.

These are the benefits about this experiment.

Benefits:

 

By the last challenge we don’t wast water and energy anymore and we watch over the envoirement

The battery of your laptop last longer.

If you keep your window closed, you keep the hot air inside so you don’t have to turn on the verwarming

 

These are the differences of what we do normal and what we did by the experiment:

Normally we load our laptop even if the battery isn’t low.

Normally we open our window for some fresh air.

 

Conclusion: if you wan’t to safe some money, use this.

 

made by: Ole, Jordi, Merlijn, Nout 

English challenge 1 exercise 1 pure energy

 

We have a lot of windmills, they produce a lot of energy

Almost enough for our country

It produces 29.400 kWh per windmill per year

They wanted more windmills and they are also going to take energy from water and place it around the dike

Sun energy is also important for our country  

 

made by: Bart, Quinten, Mert, Peter, Joël, Jurre

  1.         What kind of affordable clean energy sources shown in the pictures below are used in your country?

 

Wind Onshore

Solar PV Plant

Wind Offshore

Renewable energy

 

How effective are these kinds of energy sources if used in your country?

The world's natural gas, coal and oil are diminishing. This is why nowadays there is more focus on generating energy from renewable sources. Examples are solar energy, wind energy, water power, biomass and CO2 neutral gas. The Dutch government has set the following goals:

30% less greenhouse gass emmissions by 2020 compared to 199020% of total energy supply should be generated by renewable energy sourcesMore support for consumers who wish to save on energy, by granting subsidies for solar panels, solar boilers, insulation.

 

. There are 2200 Wind turbines in the Netherlands but the problem with those things are that if you want to use solar panels, you will make more energy than you need(profit) so you have to sign in somewhere where every business has to sign in(Kamer van Koophandel). After you did that, there will be more taxes than normal, so its not cost effective because the government sees it as a company. this system is kinda broken.

 

  1. How to save energy:

Don’t forget to turn the lights off when you go.

 

     3.       Stop forcing people to pay more taxes when they want to put a solar panel on their house

 

 

 


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Comments (2)

Boris Berlijn said

at 8:58 pm on Mar 6, 2017

We liked the picture you posted on your page. We also liked reading your introductions.
Could you add some more pictures of your school. We like to know if you do recycling or and some more information about your school.

Charlotte Tervit said

at 7:18 pm on Feb 20, 2017

Dear Mr Kleinhuis, MissBlaaugeers and students

Welcome! We are looking forward to your participation and all the contributions you will be making.

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