This Electricity and Magnetism unit will help students understand the world around them through inquiry and hands-on experimentation. The major concepts covered will be static electricity, current electricity, magnets / magnetic fields, and electromagnetic induction. The unit takes 3 weeks, averaging 45 minutes a day if meeting 5 days/week. The unit is stand alone and/or could be used to accompany a number of texts. It roughly follows the content and ordering of Holt Science and Technology: Physical Science (2000 edition).

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Teaching Guide

by Zack Moore

The teaching guide is effort to express how the unit can be best used and general teaching tips. This includes: prerequisites, scope, and sequence.
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Hands-on Electricity and Magnetism lab work.
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Corresponding review games for the Electricity and Magnetism unit.
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Corresponding notes for the Electricity and Magnetism unit. These can be given as a handout, but were written to be lecture notes for the instructor. The blue text indicates extension material.
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Corresponding homework to the Electricity and Magnetism unit.
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Corresponding Assessments for the Electricity and Magnetism unit.
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A Tour of the Universe

by Meredith Beaton

This semester of science focuses on a linear exploration of our universe. Students begin by exploring the history of astronomical thought, our current understanding of the universe, the structure of the solar system, and ending with a study of our home planet, Earth.
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