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Electricity Reflection

Electricity Presentation For Tech.

Mahdi Mahira

on 2 June 2014

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Electricity Reflection
By: Mahdi. Mahira
What Rotation Did I Just Finish?
The rotation that I have just finished is Electricity.
What is Electricity?
Electricity is a form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles, such as electrons or protons, but in our case it is a module that involve learning about the theories and construction of electrical circuits
What Is Parallel and Series Circuit?
A "Parallel Circuit" is an electrical circuit when all the components are connected end-to-end to form only one path for electrons to flow through the circuit.
Parallel Circuits vs. Series Circuits
Parallel Circuits...
Series Circuits...
What Skills Were Learned During This Rotation?
The skills that I learned during my rotation for Electricity were...
Being able to self-learn by using my resources: I had a book (or binder in my case) to guide me through all the steps to accomplish the tasks that I were assigned (continuous learning).
Being able to read so I can understand the instructions in the book so I can apply yo my knowledge when creating circuits(document use).
Being able to make my own circuits on my own, using only my knowledge to guide me through (thinking).
Broad-Based Technology
The broad-based technology that would fall under the skills learned throughout this rotation is "Construction".
What Is Construction?
Construction is the usage of design process and materials to create something unique.
Careers in Construction
Three careers that can be found under Construction and
the skills that fall under it are...
Electronics Technician
Electrical Engineering Technician
Significance of This Rotation
During this rotation I have learned that patience and time is needed in learning new things. On top of that a good understanding and knowledge of circuits and electricity is required so that you can use it correctly to create circuits and being able to measure the resistance, voltage and current. The key idea of this rotation is to learn from your mistakes (which I did during my application test). This will help me move towards my goal because I won't make the same mistakes that I made during this rotation again and I will be able to apply the knowledge and skills I learned here in my near by future.
One essential skill that is required is being able to work with others because in Construction a majority of the times you are working with others so you can accomplish the task that you are assigned to do together.
One work habit that is needed in construction is initiative because you have to be able to know when to seek assistance when you need help or you don't understand something . On top of that you should always go into an assignment with confidence and happiness because it can carry you through out the assignment.
By: Mahdi. Mahira
Series Circuit
Parallel Circuit
A "Series Circuit" is an electrical circuit when all the all components are connected between the same two sets of electrically common points, thus creating multiple paths for electrons to flow from one end of the battery to the other.
have more than one path for current to flow through, so this means that the voltage is the same on each load and the current is equally distributed through the different branches/paths. On top of that if one of the loads go out the rest of the loads will still work.
have only one path for the current to flow through, this means the voltage is divided equally among the loads and current the current is the same on every part of the circuit. On top of that if one of the loads go out the rest of the loads will stop working as well.
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