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• Electricity Unplugged (Investigating the parts, process, and products of making electricity) - … E21 Home Energy Basics Lesson Plans Electricity Unplugged (Investigating the parts, process, and products of making electricity) Overview: In this lesson, students … conceptions or interests prior to beginning a study of electricity production. Part 2: Electricity Production Systems (1, 50-minute Class Period) 1 … Resources Used in this Lesson: Electricity Unplugged All Resources PDF Document Electricity Unplugged Teacher Notes PDF Document Electricity Unplugged Student Handout PDF Document …
• Static Electricity 1: Introducing... - … a website that further explains these concepts. Static Electricity 3: More About Static Electricity helps expand students' concepts about atoms and how … each other and like charges repel each other. Static Electricity 4: Static Electricity and Lightning introduces students to concepts about lightning and … static electricity, continue with the following Science NetLinks lessons: Static Electricity 2: Introducing Static Electricity Static Electricity 3: More About Static Electricity Static Electricity 4: Static Electricity
• Simplicity Of Electricity - … problems in the future. * Some materials allow electricity to flow (conductors) and some materials prevent electricity from flowing (insulators). 4. More advanced … work together. http://www.thesciencesource.com/ * American Science Surplus-surplus electric components. http://www.sciplus.com/ * Radio Shack- Great online store … Phone: 408-294-8324 www.thetech.org Electric Symbols and Circuits In an electric circuit these basic symbols are used so that …
• A Hair Raising Experience - … have static electricity. The electricity is at rest; it does not flow through the object as in current electricity. Examples of static electricity can … examples of electricity under two headings:Electricity that moves along a pathway to light a light, moves a motor, etc. (current electricity) Electricity that acts like a magnet, attracting and repelling objects (static electricity) Guide students in defining the two kinds of electricity. Use …