Lessons for Electricity

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  • Invisible Investigations - … particle. The change of direction depends on the type of electric charge the particle has (positive and negative deflect in opposite … method of detecting ?charged? particles (the marbles are not really electrically charged, but represent a charged particle). You will notice that … an understanding of the properties of objects and materials including electricity and magnetism as well as motions and forces of objects …
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  • History of the Atomic Theory; A Dear John Letter - … profound effect on most people lucky enough to witness it. Electricity, X-rays, radioactivity, high speed photography, scanning tunneling microscopes, and … technology. Electrons, for example, could not have been discovered without electricity. Technology along with creative people passionate about learning has led … at the time the atomic models were being developed (Was electricity available? Radioactivity? Etc.) provides connections to the general topic of …
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  • How Powerful is Static Electricity? - Lesson Plan: How Powerful is Static Electricity? Area: Physical Science Age Group: 2nd-3rd Grade Supplies Needed: * … * Ask students what causes this to happen * It's Static Electricity!! Demonstration: * Set up three stations o Paper Station: paper is … .com/science/energy/staticelectricity/ * Where else have students seen static electricity at work? Source: http://www.canteach.ca/elementary/physical1.html
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  • Just Turn It Off - … having to buy a lot of new batteries, gasoline, or electricity? Are there some things that can't be turned off … we turn them off, we use less batteries, gasoline, or electricity. Look at the picture in front of you. I want … we turn them off, we use less batteries, gasoline, or electricity. It is a good idea to give ourselves reminders so …
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  • Energy: The U.S. in Crisis? - … any energy-efficient technologies that can be used to conserve electricity? Have students go to the Reason Public Policy Institute site. Students should read these articles: State Meddling, Not Deregulation, Behind Electricity Crunch Powering up California: Policy Alternatives for the California Energy … to the author of the State Meddling, Not Deregulation, Behind Electricity Crunch article, how can deregulation actually spur investments in energy …
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  • Climate Change, Global Warming, and Energy Choices for the 21st Century - … , air conditioning, personal computers and the Internet, the use of electrical power by high-tech devices continues to grow. Effective energy … . Let's Clear the Air By Bob Herbert How My Electric Car Saves the World By Trevor Corson Procedures: Global warming … . Topic six: Renewable energy sources - solar energy, wind, and hydro. electric power, geothermal, nuclear. Standards: S5e: Identifies problems, proposes solution, and …
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  • Education Transfer Plan: Hydrogen-Powered Cars - … oxidation-reduction reaction of the two gases to generate an electric current than runs the car's motor. A set of … kind of battery that uses hydrogen and oxygen to generate electricity, producing water as a byproduct. 2. How do fuel cells … its electron. These electrons travel through a circuit, producing an electrical current. 3. Name two methods that could be used to …
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  • Work, Power and Simple Machines – Day 4 Lesson Plan - … forms of energy, including heat, light, sound, chemical, mechanical, and electrical and trace energy transformations from one form to another. Unit … or 100W bulb? Why? Power is also measured in kilowatts (electrical power). Which are how many watts? 1000. Students might have heard this when electrical energy and energy bills are talked about. ?Maybe you all …
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  • As the Rotor Turns: Wind Power and You - … . Analyze the transformations of energy involved in electricity generation by wind machines. Demonstrate how electricity is generated using a wind power generation … student ideas about wind as a renewable resource for producing electricity on the board. Concerns to include may be environmental, political …
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  • Physics Of Roller Coasters - … property of many substances and is associated with heat, light, electricity, mechanical motion, sound, nuclei, and the nature of a chemical … held in readiness. Includes chemical energy, such as fossil fuels, electric batteries, and the food we eat. Elastic Potential Energy: Potential … held in readiness. Includes chemical energy, such as fossil fuels, electric batteries, and the food we eat. * Velocity (speed): How fast …
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