# Electricity & Magnetism

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```Electricity &amp; Magnetism
Chapter 4
4/21/14 Electromagnets
EQ: What is the difference between a bar
magnet and an electromagnet?
• Review outlines (Sheets A – C).
• Hook: Brain Pop &quot;Electromagnets&quot; Students
watch and complete quiz.
What is the difference between a bar magnet and an
electromagnet?
• Guided Practice: Students read and disucss p.
216-219 to complete worksheet on
electromagnets.
• Independent Practice: Vocabulary Words electromagnet, bar magnet, and pole
4/21/14 Homework
• Science Homework: Get a
good night sleep for CRCT
testing tomorrow!
What do you know about static
electricity?
Facts to Know
• electrical charge – basic property of the tiny
particles that make up matter; this charge can be
positive or negative
• 0pposite charges – attract
• same charges – repel (push away from each
other)
• static electricity – the build up of charges in one
place; the imbalance of charges
• Negative charges move, but positive charges do
not.
Examples of static charges
Static Electricity
• What would happen if you combed your hair,
then moved the charged comb close to your
hair?
• If you take clothes out of the dryer when they
are slightly damp, they don’t stick together.
Why not?
Answers:
• The opposite charges would cause the comb
to attract the hair.
• Charges can’t be rubbed off unless the clothes
are completely dry.
Home work 4/14/14
Brain Pop “Static Electricity” Watch and take
quiz.
Vocabulary:
static electricity
electricity
electrical charge
Essential Question
What is the difference between
static electricity and current
electricity?
Power Point
Open computer to 330 - Fitting
Electricity
• Open Power Point
• Mrs. Fitting
• Find “Electricity PPT 5th grade”
What makes a circuit?
Classwork Assignment
• Read text p. 190 -195
• Read and complete the outline.
• Draw the four types of circuits (open, closed,
series, &amp; parallel).
Homework: 4/16/14
• Brain Pop “Electric Currents” Watch and take
quiz.
• Vocabulary to define &amp; illustrate:
open circuit
closed circuit
parallel circuit
series circuit
Essential Question
What are the differences
between conductors and
insulators?
What are conductors and Insulators?
• Read text p. 206 -209. Students complete
outline.
• In Science Lab book, students label one page
conductors and another insulators. (Define
each term and give several examples of each.)
Homework: 4/17/14
• Brain Pop &quot;Conductors&quot; Students watch Brain
Pop and take quiz.
• Vocabulary to define &amp; illustrate:
conductor
insulator
current
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