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Electricity Review each image has a hyperlink to assist you with your review Review: due on Friday, March 18 th Test: on Monday, March 21 st. Your name: 1
Atoms: label the parts of the atom. What are atoms? What are the parts of an atom and what are their charges? Who discovered atoms? Description of the nucleus and electrons? 2
Static Electricity: your explanations need to include vocabulary of electrons, movement, transfer, positive, negative, attraction, repel. 1.Why should you not swim outside during a lightning storm? 2. a)Why is the boy’s hair standing on end? b) What could the boy do to put his hair back in place? Why would it work? 3. What is static electricity? 3
Basic law of electrostatics states that: ________________________ ________________________ What 4 types of energy can electrical energy be transformed into? Refer to notes from current electricity booklet. Give examples from the snap circuit labs that you performed. Electrical energy Examples of transformed energy are:
What is a circuit? List characteristics What are the important parts of a circuit and what are their functions? Draw & label a simple series circuit: Disadvantages of a series circuit? Advantages of a series circuit? 5
Parallel Circuits 6 Draw & label a parallel circuit: Disadvantages of a parallel circuit? Advantages of a parallel circuit?
Define insulators and give 3 examples Define conductors and give 3 examples. What is a short circuit and how can you prevent it from happening? 7
Electricity and Safety List 6 safety practices when using static or current electricity:
What factors can cause a light bulb to dim or burn out?
Use a Venn Diagram to compare the types of Electricity (Static/Current) Use the word bank provided: Weak powerful Switch uncontrolled neutron Lightning, lights, Repel attract, Electricity Negative charge positive charge, Battery balloon static static current 10
History of Electricity: place pioneers in chronological order WhenWhoWhatHow Benjamin Franklin Nikola Tessla 11