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Auchenharvie Academy S2 Curriculum for Excellence Electricity Learning Outcomes By the end of this unit I will be able to: Draw the symbols for a battery, bulb, wire, ammeter, voltmeter and switch. State that current is a flow of electrons (negative charge) round a circuit. State that a circuit is an electrical path around which charge can flow (current) Classify electrical circuits as either series or parallel. Draw and construct series and parallel circuits using their symbols. Assemble a simple series circuit to solve a given problem (skill) Describe a series circuit as a single electrical path. State that in a series circuit the current is the same at every point. State that as you add more bulbs in series, the bulbs get dimmer. State that as you add more batteries in series, the bulbs get brighter. Assemble a simple parallel circuit to solve a given problem (Skill). State that a parallel circuit has more than one path for current to flow State that when bulbs are connected in parallel, the bulbs have the same brightness. Give an advantage of house lights being wired in parallel rather than in series. Design and assemble circuits to show how bulbs can be switched on or off in series and parallel. Measure current in a series and parallel circuit using an ammeter (Skill). Measure voltage in a series and parallel circuit using a voltmeter (Skill). State that voltage is a measure of the energy of the charges. Investigate how the design of a battery can determine its voltage (Skill). Electricity LOs Version May2012