Hybrid Cars

By Ding-Dong

Intro

Hey! You should really come and have a look. ItŐs about Hybrid Cars, itŐs totally cool dude. Did you know Hybrid Cars are way better that normal cars.              YEAH!

What is a hybrid car?

This paragraph is about what the word ŇhybridÓ 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. Awesome isnŐt it.

 

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. So cool, am I right.

 

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. ThatŐs what hybrid means.

 

 

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. A lot less pollution.

 

      

Bibliography

      

1

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.