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Extractions: Electricity (Concepts) Theme Page Below are the CLN "Theme Pages" that support the study of electricity and magnetism. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans), which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. General Electricity Resources Here are a number of links to other Internet resources that contain information and/or other links related to the concepts of electricity. Please read our AC/DC what's the Difference A PBS website that uses animation and simple explanations as an introduction to the principles of electricity. Articles on "Electricity" The author of this site has many articles that describe and discuss a number of interesting electricity related concepts. Some of the articles present information on topics such as: common misconceptions of electricity, what is electricity, lightning, static electricity, and more. Also included on this page are plans for more than fifteen simple electrical devices. AskERIC Lesson Plans: Physical Sciences The link is to AskEric's Physical Science page, if you wish to browse/search their site yourself. Or, use the links below to go directly to some lesson plans specifically about electricity/magnetism.
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Extractions: Magnetism Theme Page Below are the CLN "Theme Pages" which support the study of electricity and magnetism. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. General Magnetism Resources Here are a number of links to other Internet resources which contain information and/or other links related to Magnetism. Please read our AskERIC Lesson Plans: Physical Sciences The above link is to AskEric's Physical Science page if you wish to browse/search their site yourself. Or, use the links below to go directly to two lesson plans specifically about magnetism. Magnetic Fields and Bermuda Triangles High school students can use this activity to learn how to map a magnetic field and to find how magnetic fields can combine to form a complex resultant field.
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Extractions: Kindergarten Grade One Grade Two Grade Three ... Grades Nine - Twelve Its Electric! Designed by: Priscilla McPheeters, Caughman Road Elementary Grade Level: Fourth Subject: Science Core Curriculum Objective: Demonstrate and distinguish between static and current electricity. (IV-B1-b) Overview: Students will plan and conduct a simple investigation to demonstrate and distinguish between static and current electricity. Students will work with a partner to formulate their own questions about static and current electricity. The partners will select and use the appropriate equipment and tools to gather their data and demonstrate the differences between static and current electricity. The partners will use the data they collect to construct an explanation that distinguishes between static and current electricity. The partners will communicate their findings to their peers. Focus Question: How can we demonstrate static and current electricity? How can we show the difference between static and current electricity?
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Extractions: If you are finding it difficult to gather enough small light bulbs to teach a unit on electricity, now is the time to put out the word to parents and friends. As Christmas approaches many people will discover that their old strings of mini lights don't work and it is cheaper to toss them than to find the one bulb that is burned out. Ask them to give you the old strings of lights. Using scissors or wire cutters simply snip the wire half way between each bulb. You will soon have 60 to over a 100 lights with 2 inch leads. These bulbs easily light with a D cell and don't burn out if students join several batteries in series. Be sure that you discard the plug ends where students won't find them. A loose plug is very tempting to plug into the wall and it could be deadly.
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Extractions: Lesson Plan Title Electromagnets Developed by Kimberly Schaunaman (Cooperating Teacher) and Korrie Face (Student Teacher) Subject Area Science Topic Electromagnetism Grade Level Lesson Summary In this lesson, the students will tie together what they have learned about electricity and magnetism. They will be able to see how the two are related and that one can make the other. The students will learn about electromagnetism and the many uses for it in our daily lives. Standards National Content Standards Science Standards (K-4) B3: Light, heat, electricity, and magnetism National Educational Technology Standards 5. Use technology tools (e.g., multimedia authoring, presentation, Web tools, digital cameras, scanners) for individual and collaborative writing, communication, and publishing activities to create knowledge products for audiences inside and outside the classroom. Lesson Objectives Upon completion of instruction, the students will have: Defined what an electromagnet is and how it is used.
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Extractions: Activity 1: Power to the people Part 1 and the setting up of Part 2A can be done in approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Allow one week for students to complete their meter readings. These readings are best done outside of class time, so during class time you could discuss topics such as electricity generation and alternative forms of energy. The analysis of the meter readings in Part 2A and Part 2B can be done in approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Information relating to tariffs and wattage of lights and appliances can be obtained from your local electricity authority (try their web site) or, as a homework activity, students could check out wattages at stores that sell lights and appliances and complete the Table Showing Comparison the night before. (Note that the figures used for the calculations of coal burnt and CO2 emissions are based on figures available at the time and may not be entirely accurate.)
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