Electricity

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CURIT – CURRICULUM UNIT REVISION INFUSING TECHNOLOGY
UNIT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
DISTRICT/STATE
East Granby, CT
SCHOOL/GRADE LEVEL
East Granby High School
SUBJECT
Science
UNIT TITLE
Physical Science - Electricity
SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
SECTION 2: CURRICULUM ALIGNMENT
UNIT PLAN CONTENTS
SECTION 3: EVIDENCE OF STUDENT LEARNING
SECTION 4: TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
SECTION 5: WORK EXAMPLES
SECTION 6: UNIT TASKS/MANAGEMENT
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STANDARDS/FRAMEWORKS
INTERNET LINKS
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NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS/RESOURCES
NETS – STUDENTS
NETS – TEACHERS
NETS – ADMINISTRATORS
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I NSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS/RESOURCES
TEACHER(S) INFORMATION
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Project Management
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FIRST AND LAST NAME(S)
Barbara Samuelsen
EMAIL ADDRESS(ES)
East Granby High School
SCHOOL PHONE
[email protected]
Project Calendar
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RATOSHA TERRY
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CAPITOL REGION EDUCATION COUNCIL - CREC
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HARTFORD, CT 06106
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CURIT – CURRICULUM UNIT REVISION INFUSING TECHNOLOGY
UNIT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
UNIT TITLE
UNIT SUMMARY
Electricity
This unit is designed to extend and expand the student’s understanding of electricity. Students will
become aware of the role of energy in our world and the role electricity and energy plays within that.
The students will identify characteristics of how we get electricity to our school and home. They will
understand static electricity through shocks in the wintertime and that it will not transfer if there are no
materials to transfer through. Electricity is transmitted differently depending on the medium; some
materials are conductors others are insulators. Students will recognize that electricity is conducted and
absorbed depending on the properties of materials. Students will perceive that factors affect the
resistance of materials.
To effectively engage students and enhance their knowledge, this unit encompasses a variety of learning
opportunities, some of which include, but are not limited to: internet resources, Smart Board activities,
literature, worksheets, etc.
PERQUISITE SKILLS
UNIT DURATION (EX. 2 WKS.)
Two weeks
SECTION 2: CURRICULUM ALIGNMENT
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
CURRICULUM STANDARDS
TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS/
21ST CENTURY SKILLS CONNECTIONS
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How is electrical energy produced?
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What is the difference between static and current electricity?
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What is the difference between direct and alternating current?
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What are some important electrical safety issues?
Gr. 9 Electricity
Standards.doc
NETS for Students
NETS for Teachers
Students are expected to know:
CONTENT CONNECTIONS
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How electrical energy is produced
How electric charges are transferred and explain why electrical discharges occur
That negative charges are more mobile than positive charges
How to describe conduction and classify materials as good electrical insulators or conductors
How voltage produces and electric current
How to compare direct and alternating currents
How to analyze circuit diagrams for series and parallel circuits
How to solve equations that relate electric power to current, voltage and electrical energy;
relate ways to avoid electrical mishaps
Students will be able to:
SKILLS ATTAINED
Electricity Unit Skills
Attained.doc
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SECTION 3: EVIDENCE OF STUDENT LEARNING
Students will:
PERFORMANCE TASKS
Electricity Unit
Performance Tasks.doc
CULMINATING PROJECT
OTHER EVIDENCE
Students will:
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Test conductors and insulators
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Snap circuits kits to make electrical connections
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Design a series circuit and a parallel circuit
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Power rating for various electrical appliances
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Fuses and circuit boards
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Current Event on electricity, computers, digital cameras
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Water flow attracted to a charged comb demonstration
ELL/IEP Students - Battery and wire to light a light bulb
Highly-Capable Students - Snap kit to make various electrical appliances
TEACHER REFLECTION
(POST IMPLEMENTATION)
http://www.emints.org/ethemes/index.shtml
ADDITIONAL UNIT RESOURCES
See accompanying SMART Notebook Lesson – Attached separately
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SECTION 4: TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVE/FOCUS
QUESTION
How is electrical
energy produced?
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
LESSON/CHAPTER:
1-20.1
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Show video of history of electricity. Worksheet that they fill out while
watching the video.
HOMEWORK: READ CH.20.1 PG. 600-603, QUESTIONS PG. 603:1-10
Factors that affect the
strength and direction
of electric forces and
fields
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Describe how electric
charges are
transferred and
explain why electric
discharges occur.
LESSON/CHAPTER:
APPROX. TIME
45
3-20.1
APPROX. TIME
45
DIFFERENTIATION
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
Students fill in the
blanks in the video
guide.
We can review
the answers in
the blanks at the
end of the video
Power Plant Video from Modern Marvels
Students have bar
magnets—write
journal entries of
observations
The Case of the Missing iPod Webquest
Circuits and
Conductors
Activity
All That Static Smart board
Static Electricity Smartboard Lesson
Students have
one battery, one
flashlight bulb,
and one wire to
create a complete
circuit
How Electricity Works Short Video
Electric Current Simulator
Power Plants Video
Guide.doc
MIN.
Review the questions on pg. 603:1-10. Have bar magnets so students can
see attraction and repulsion. Have metal fillings on overhead with bar
magnets to see the strength and direction of the electric forces and field.
HOMEWORK: 20.1 REVIEW SHEET
Students draw a
picture of the bar
magnet and the metal
fillings for exit pass.
MIN.
Charge a balloon by friction and hang it on the wall. Video on lighting to
show static discharge. Changes can be transferred by friction, contact, and
induction.
HOMEWORK:
Describe the two
different types of
current and factors
that affect resistance
2-10.1
ASSESSMENT
Electricity - Fill in the
Blank Worksheet
HW - 20.1 - Electric
Charge
LESSON/CHAPTER:
4-20.2
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Compare direct current (dc), like batteries, and alternating current (ac),
which is electricity at school and home. Test conductors and insulators to
see how they work. A wire’s thickness, length, and temperature can affect
its resistance.
HOMEWORK: READ 20.2 PG. 604-607, QUESTIONS PG.607:1-8
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SECTION 4: TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVE/FOCUS
QUESTION
Explain how voltage
produces electric
current. Calculate
voltage, current, and
resistance using
Ohm’s law
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
LESSON/CHAPTER:
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Explain potential difference so that charges flow from a higher to a lower
potential energy, which is measured in volts. Class work is electric current
20.2 questions. Do problems using Ohm’s law.
HOMEWORK:
Analyze circuit
diagrams for series
circuits and parallel
circuits.
5-20.2
ASSESSMENT
DIFFERENTIATION
Ohms’s law activity on
the computer
Post students’
“big ideas” in the
room about how
charges flow
Draw a sample of a
circuit diagram for a
series circuit and also
for a parallel circuit
using the electrical
symbols
Check with
another student
who has achieved
a circuit and the
bulb is lit
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
HW - 20.2 Electric
Current
LESSON/CHAPTER:
6-20.3
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Learn the symbols for drawing a series and a parallel circuit. See if they
have a circuit diagram for their home. Design a series circuit and compare it
to a parallel circuit. Use the kit. Solve equations that relate electric power
to current, voltage, and electrical energy. Class work is Electric Circuits
Worksheet.
HOMEWORK: READ 20.3 PG. 609-613, QUESTIONS PG.609:1-8 FOR H, 1-6 FOR CP
Describe devices and
procedures for
maintaining electrical
safety and at home
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Home safety devices
LESSON/CHAPTER:
7-20.3
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Show a video on lightning and discuss safety procedures during a storm.
HOMEWORK: 20.3 REVIEW SHEET
8-20.3
APPROX. TIME
MIN.
Discuss safety features like fuses, circuit breakers, GFCI, and grounding.
HW - 20.3 Circuits
HOMEWORK:
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Peer to peer
collaboration
Students can
report on their
experiences in
lightning storms
Check your own
home for safety
features and list
them.
Circuits SmartBoard Lesson
Circuits SmartBoard Review
Series and Parallel Circuits Smartboard
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SECTION 4: TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVE/FOCUS
QUESTION
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Explain how electronic
signals convey
information
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Illustrate how
semiconductors are
used to make three
kinds of solid-state
components
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Review electricity
concepts to study for
the test
LESSON/CHAPTER:
APPROX. TIME
9-20.4
45
MIN.
Describe electronic devices used to control electron flow. Compare analog
and digital signals and the big difference in these signals.
HOMEWORK: READ 20.4 PG. 614-622, QUESTIONS PG.622-1-8
APPROX. TIME
10-20.4
45
DIFFERENTIATION
Students explain
the comparison
and contrast of
analog and digital
signals
Conductors and Insulators SmartBoard
Lesson
MIN.
APPROX. TIME
11-20
45
MIN.
45
MIN.
REVIEW THE WHOLE CHAPTER TO GET READY FOR THE TEST
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Electricity Review
Questions.doc
12-20
APPROX. TIME
Jeopardy whole-class review for test.
Jeopardy.doc
HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR THE TEST
Static Electricity
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
How diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits have changed electronics.
HOMEWORK: 20.4 REVIEW SHEET
HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR THE TEST
Review of the chapter
20
ASSESSMENT
LESSON/CHAPTER:
13-20
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Review Static Electricity
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Use Van de Graaff
generator and
have students
light up a
fluorescent light
bulb
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SECTION 4: TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVE/FOCUS
QUESTION
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Ch. 20 Test
LESSON/CHAPTER:
Ch. 20 Electricity
Test ( H).doc
14-20
ASSESSMENT
APPROX. TIME
45
MIN.
Ch. 20 Electricity
Test CP.doc
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DIFFERENTIATION
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
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SECTION 5: WORK EXAMPLES
TEACHER
STUDENT
SECTION 6: UNIT TASKS/MANAGEMENT
NOTES/TO DO’S
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SUPPLIES
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TECHNOLOGY – HARDWARE (CLICK BOXES OF ALL EQUIPMENT NEEDED)
COMPUTER(S)
VCR
PROJECTION SYSTEM
PRINTER
DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA
SMARTBOARD™
DIGITAL STILL CAMERA
SCANNER
VIDEO CONFERENCING
OTHER
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TECHNOLOGY – SOFTWARE (CLICK BOXES OF ALL SOFTWARE NEEDED)
MICROSOFT WORD
MICROSOFT FRONT PAGE
KIDPIX
MICROSOFT EXCEL
MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER
INSPIRATION/KIDSPIRATION/WEBSPIRATION
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
SMART™ NOTEBOOK
CLASSROOM RESPONDER SYSTEM (CRS)
PUBLISHER
ENCARTA REFERENCE MATERIALS
IMAGE BLENDER/PHOTO EDITOR
OTHER
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