Introduction to Electricity
- Relate the flow of electrons to current.
- Correlate the flow of water with the flow of electricity in a system.
- Explain that static electricity is the buildup of a charge (either net positive or net negative) over a surface.
- Compare and contrast two forms of electricity—current and static.
- Name a few engineering careers that involve electricity.
Course Digital Resources:
Presentation -> Presentation – Introduction to Electricity
atom: The basic unit of all elements of matter.
conductor: A substance that allows the easy movement of electricity.
current: Something that flows, such as a stream of water, air or electrons, in a definite direction.
electricity: The presence or movement of electric charges. Electric charge occurs when a net difference in charged particles (such as proton or electrons) exists.
electron: A particle in an atom that has a negative charge, and acts as the primary carrier of electricity.
insulator: A substance that does not allow the easy movement of electricity.
proton: A particle located in the nucleus of an atom that has a positive electrical charge.
static electricity: A stationary electric charge buildup on an insulating material.
Go go to M.Socrative.com
Room Name: “A89559b4”
Unit 9 test prep questions there.
Google Meetups Invitation:
Task #1 – Electricity Unit Student Work
PDF -> Unit 9 – Mr. Tyler Version
Task #2 – Electrical Careers Research Project
First read through the handout and look over the jobs you can choose from.
For this project you needs to complete the following:
#1 – Google Slideshow with the following slides:
- Title Slide (Name of Career and your name)
- How this job benefits society
- Education required for position
- Vacation time it allows
- Duties the job entails
- Hours of work
- Work Environment
Due Date: 3-30-2020
Next Generation Science Standards:
HS-PS2-5. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that an electric current can produce a magnetic field and that a changing magnetic field can produce an electric current.
HS-PS3-1 Create a computational model to calculate the change in the energy of one component in a system when the change in energy of the other component(s) and energy flows in and out of the system are known.
HS-PS3-5. Develop and use a model of two objects interacting through electric or magnetic fields to illustrate the forces between objects and the changes in energy of the objects due to the interaction.
Lesson Plan Resources:
Website – Next Generation Science Standards
Website – Electricity Lesson Plan Inspiration
Website – BookletOnElectricty