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10. Magnetism is closely related to electricity because forces between magnets are similar to the forces between electric charges

9. Explain the differences between open and closed circuits and the function of a switch

8. Define differences between the flow of electricity in series circuits and parallel circuits

4th grade 7. The flow of energy does work and can change the object it is interacting with (ex. Bulb lights up, bulb gets hot)

materials are conductors and which are insulators

5. Understand that electric current is the movement, or flow, of electrons through a material to produce electricity 6. Determine which

4. There are different kinds of electricity; static electricity is the imbalance of positive and negative charges

are made of protons, electrons and neutrons with distinct charges (positive, negative and neutral)

2. Demonstrate through experimentation how one form of energy can be transferred into another form of energy (Chemical to light; electrical to light, 3. Model how all matter is electrical to heat) made of atoms and atoms

1. Understands various forms of energy: heat, electrical, sound, chemical, mechanical, light and magnetic

HHH Science Teacher Name- ___________________ Quarter 2 – Electricity and Magnetism


REPORT CARD ALIGNMENT

VOCABULARY attract bulb chemical energy closed circuit conductor current current electricity electrical energy electron energy force friction insulator mechanical energy negatively charged neutron open circuit parallel circuit positively charged proton series circuit solar energy static static electricity switch

To determine quarterly performance level, please analyze the performance levels for each skill on the checklist. ACADEMIC SKILLS Uses inquiry and observation skills to generate hypotheses Applies skills: gathers, classifies, measures and records data Communicates scientific ideas effectively using content specific vocabulary Makes generalizations, draws logical conclusions, analyzes and interprets data

*In each binder is a copy of 2 electricity student books, both are useful resources: Destinations in Science – Electricity and It’s Electric! by Greg Roza

Activities Key (SB) Science Binder (WV) Web Based Video (AS) Assessment Suggestion (DE) Discovery Education (BK) Trade Book (TC) Teacher Created (SL) Science Liaison

Additional Materials

1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES CHECKLIST SKILL 1

RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES SB – Lesson 27 – Types of Energy

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SB – Lesson 28 – Transferring and Transforming Energy SB – Why Do Basketballs Bounce? Experiment

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SB – Atoms Model Making Activity SB – What is Electrical Charge?

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SB – Static Electricity Experiments (Various Experiments) SB – Static Electricity Worksheets

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SB – Electric Flow/Current (Various Experiments) SB – Electric Flow/Current (Various Worksheets)

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SB – Go With the Flow! Experiment SB – Conductors of Electricity Worksheet

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SB – Lesson 29 – Energy and Matter

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SB – Electrical Circuits (Various Experiments) SB – Electrical Circuits (Various Worksheets)

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SB – Make a Switch Experiment

Additional Materials Discovery Education – http://sciencees.discoveryeducation.co m/

ASSOCIATED CHECKLIST SKILLS 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 All All

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SB – Science Information – Background Information SB – Electricity and Magnetism (Various Experiments) SB – Electricity and Magnetism (Various Worksheets)

ACTIVITIES USED

KUB Quarter 2  

KUB Quarter 2

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