Hybrid Cars

By Tina The Fat Lard (llama)

Intro

Does it ever occur to you that you want a better job so you can get gasoline well now you can but you don’t need A new job You can just buy a hybrid Car they save the earth and save your money that goes in the machine that gives you gas.

 

What is a Hybrid Car?

This paragraph is about what the word “hybrid” means.  According to Julia Layton, the word hybrid means two of anything.  So, something that has TWO power sources is a hybrid.  That's why we call cars that use gas and electricity hybrids.

 

This paragraph is about some examples of hybrids, which are NOT cars.  According to Julia Layton, some examples of non-car hybrids are trains, buses, and submarines.  The trains and the buses use diesel fuel and electricity.  The submarines use nuclear power and electricity (P.s. I actually never knew thatJ)

 

This paragraph is about what a hybrid car is.  According to Toyota.com, a hybrid car has two sources of power.  First, it has a gasoline engine.  Second, it has an electric motor.

 

 

This paragraph is about how much less pollution a hybrid car makes than a regular car.  According to Toyota.com, A hybrid makes less than half of the pollution than a normal car.  These dangerous emissions are called CO2.

 

 

Conclusion

Well I hoped you like the facts about Hybrids and how it protects the environment and people and saves gas prices 

 

Bibliography

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Bibliography

Source:

http://teachingtools.nridge.net/Research/AdFreeWelchMade/hybrid-car.htm

Author:

Julia Layton

Title:

How Hybrid Cars Work

Date of retrieval:

May 11, 2010

Brief Summary:

HowStuffWorks is awesome.  It's a website that tells about all kinds of technology.  This section tells about hybrids.  It has tons of advertising, but it also has good videos.

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://teachingtools.nridge.net/Research/AdFreeWelchMade/PriusKids.html

Author:

Toyota.com

Title:

Making Cars that are Environmentally Friendly

Date of retrieval:

May 11, 2010

Brief Summary:

Wow! This is an awesome website that is really easy to understand.  It teaches all about hybrids, but it doesn't use big, fancy college words, like Wikipedia, etc.