Chapter 16 - Electricity Warm-up - Ms

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Chapter 16 - Electricity
Warm-up
1.
Why are power outages more common
during thunderstorms?
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Make a list of electrical devices in your
home. What do they all have in
common? How do they differ?
“Let there be light”
Physics Inquiry Lab #5
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Use the bulb, battery, some wire, and some clips
to make the light bulb light up.
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Try connecting the light bulb to the battery in
several different ways.
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What works? (Observations)
What doesn’t? (Observations)
Draw your set-up (Data)
What is the voltage of the light bulb and the battery?
What significance is the voltage for both in this
experiment? (Questions)
“Let there be light”
Physics Inquiry Lab #5
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Title of lab
Materials
Procedure
Observations (what worked and what didn’t)
Data Table (diagram)
Key Terms
Questions
Conclusion – Tell me why your set-up allowed
the light bulb to shine. (Hint see page 538
PS Book last paragraph)
Key Terms
Electricity
 Conductor
 Insulator
 Cell (Battery)
 Potential Difference (Voltage)
 Direct Current
 Electrical Circuit
 Electrical Energy
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