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Stage 1 Desired Results
ESTABLISHED GOALS
LEARNING STANDARDS FROM BC
REVISED SCIENCE CURRICULUM
Transfer
Students will be able to independently use their learning to…
Make informed choices about their use of electricity.
Thoughtfully support/advocate for forms of electrical energy generation to meet the needs of their local community.
One may also wish to reference the
Rationale and Goals for Science
Meaning
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
UNDERSTANDINGS
Students will understand THAT…
How is electricity generated?
Electricity is generated in different ways each with
different environmental impacts.
How does the generation of electricity impact
environments?
The electromotive force produces both electricity and
magnetism.
Students will know…
What is the relationship between electricity and
magnetism?
Acquisition
Students will be skilled at…
That there are several ways generating electricity
including WIND, WATER, COAL, GEOTHERMAL, and SOLAR
ENERGY.
That a moving or changing a magnetic field relative to a
wire produces electric current (e.g., electricity generation
by a turbine)
That an electric current passing through a wire produces a
magnetic field (e.g., constructing a simple electromagnet
using a wire, iron nail and battery
Collaboratively planning experiments
Measuring and controlling variables (dependent and
independent) through fair tests
Observing, measuring, and recording data (qualitative
and quantitative).
Experience and interpret the local environment
Construct and use a table and graph to represent
patterns or relationships in data
Use scientific understandings to identify relationships
and draw conclusions
Reflect on their investigation method, including the
adequacy of controls on variables (dependent
and independent) and the quality of the data collected
Communicating ideas, findings, and solutions to
problems, using scientific language, representations, and
digital technologies as appropriate
Express and reflect on a variety of experiences and
perspectives of place