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Forms of Energy (Electricity)

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 circ
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Michael Goorsky

on 31 March 2015

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Electricity:
Electric Charge
Insulator or Conductor
Real-Life Crisis!
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
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/current-electricity-elec-circuits.htm

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
Current Electricity
Static Electricity

electric charge
conductor
insulator
electric current
static electricity
circuit
series circuit
parallel circuit
resistor
circuit breaker
fuse
magnet
magnetic poles
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/electricity.htm
http://safeshare.tv/w/CuyiKgPrAJ
Conductors & Insulators
Lab - Build Circuits
Static Notes
Mini Static Lab!
Demonstrations!!!!
Types of Circuits
Other Important Electrical Components
Current Electricity
Static Electricity
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/current-electricity-elec-circuits.htm
Test Yourself!
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/magnetism.htm
Magnetism Study Jam Video
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/energy-light-sound/electricity.htm
Done?
1. http://thefusebox.northernpowergrid.com/page/circuitbuilder.cfm
2. http://www.andythelwell.com/blobz/guide.html
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)
switches
electrical devices which slow the flow of an electric charge
a circuit which allows electricity to only go on one path

advantages
- all or nothing (security system)
- easy to wire & plan

disadvantages
- the more devices you add, the less energy each receives
a circuit with allows electricity to follow multiple paths

advantages
- if one device goes out, the others still work

disadvantages
- 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
circuit breaker
fuse
magic wand
balloon
SHOCKING!!!!!
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
http://www.weather.com/tv/shows/wake-up-with-al/video/what-causes-static-electricity
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