Windmills work by having blades that move and cause a rotating generator to form electricity. Discover how windmills have changed since the days of windmills that pumped water with information from a science teacher in this free video on physical science lessons.
How Do Windmills Work?By Steve Jones; Updated October 20, 2017
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Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher. He also has many years experience in the field of public speaking and debate, and he is an organizer of debate competitions for high school students. He is the chairman of the Hungarian branch of the English-Speaking Union, which is an international educational charity founded in 1918 to promote international understanding and friendship through the use of the English language.