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Forms of Energy (Electricity)
Transcript of Forms of Energy (Electricity)
Insulator or Conductor
Block Party - Boogie down with "The Electric Slide!"
Everyone is dancing with their object.
Music does not stop until everyone is dancing!
When the music's over, find a partner close to you!
Study Jam Quiz
Study Jams Video & Notes
TSW distinguish materials as conductors or insulators.
TSW evaluate static and current electricity as forms of energy.
TSW use models to demonstrate how electrical currents provide a means of transferring electrical energy in parallel and series circuits.
Conductors & Insulators
Conductors & Insulators
Lab - Build Circuits
Mini Static Lab!
Types of Circuits
Other Important Electrical Components
Magnetism Study Jam Video
3. QUIZ: http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/current-electricity-elec-circuits.htm
a material that transfers electric charge easily
a material that does not easily transfer electric charge
like charges (similar charges) repel
unlike charges (different charges) attract
a continuous flow of an electric charge
a closed, looped path, that allows an electric charge to flow around
electrical devices (motors, buzzers, light bulbs)
electrical devices which slow the flow of an electric charge
a circuit which allows electricity to only go on one path
- all or nothing (security system)
- easy to wire & plan
- the more devices you add, the less energy each receives
a circuit with allows electricity to follow multiple paths
- if one device goes out, the others still work
- trickier to wire
- uses more wires
1. Complete the Lab with your team!
2. Four Square Challenge
- OR -
2. Explore with the random box of materials!
3. Done list (on Prezi slide 50!
slowing down electric current
safety devices that stop electricity when electricity is unsafe and could start a fire or shock someone
the build up of an electric charge
electrons jumping from one object to another that are rubbed together
when close to a positive or negative charge, the charges in the object separate towards and away from the object