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Anticipation Guide: Electricity from Magnetism
Before Reading: In the space to the left of each statement, place a check mark () if you agree or think
the statement is true or an (X) if you disagree or think the statement is false.
During or After Reading: Add new check marks or cross-through the X’s for which you have changed
your mind. Keep in mind that this is not like the traditional “worksheet”. You may have to put on your
thinking caps and “read between the lines.” Use the space under each statement to note the page,
column, and paragraph(s) where you have found information to support your thinking (evidence).
1. _____ Electricity and magnetism are related.
2. _____ Moving a compass near a wiring carrying an electric current will move the compass needle.
3. _____ When a wire carries a current all compass needles near the wire line up with the magnetic
field.
4. _____ The direction of the magnetic field around a wire is in concentric circles.
5. _____ Wrapping more coils of wire creates a weaker magnetic field.
6. _____ The direction of a magnetic field follows a linear path around a wire.
7. _____ Solenoids acts as magnets when it carries a current.
8. _____ The magnetic field created by a solenoid is similar to the magnetic field of a bar magnet.
9. _____ The field lines of a solenoid can be increased by inserting a wooden dowel.
10. _____ The left hand rule is used to determine the direction of a magnetic field in a current-carrying
wire.
Reading Assignment: Holt McDougal Physics (black book) pages 670 - 672