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```MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Student BYOD Resource Page
PHYSICAL SCIENCE HONORS
Course Code: 200332001
TOPIC VIII: Electricity-Static Current
Pacing
Date
Block
ESSENTIAL CONTENT
A. Develop the concept of electricity
1. Static electricity/Lightning
2. Charges/Electromagnetic force
B. Conductor, semiconductors, and insulators
1. Current
2. Voltage
C. Electric circuits and systems
1. Batteries
2. Series and Parallel circuits
3. Ohm’s Law
4. Kirchoff’s law
5. Power
6. Alternating/Direct current
7. Circuit breakers and fuses
OBJECTIVES
 Define static electricity and discuss its causes.
 Investigate how electric charges exert forces on each
other and how objects become electrically charge.
 Differentiate among conductors, semiconductors, and
insulators
 Investigate and explain the relationships among current,
voltage, resistance, and power.
 Introduce Ohm’s Law using examples and make a
connection to the motion of charges.
 Describe band structure, valence electrons, and how the
charges flow or rearrange themselves between
conductors and insulators.
 Distinguish between circuits connected in parallel or in
series.
 Discuss advantages for using parallel circuits.
 Construct and interpret circuit diagrams.
 Discuss applications of electricity in daily living
 Distinguish direct current and alternating current.
5 days
12-16-15 to 01-12-16
12-16-15 to 01-12-16
INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS
Core Text Book:
Ch. 20 & 21
Vocabulary:
Electricity, electric current, electric circuit, resistor,
open/closed circuit, switch, ampere, voltage, battery,
resistance, ohm, Ohm’s Law, conductor, insulator,
series/parallel circuit, charging by contact, charging by
induction, electric current, voltage difference, resistance,
electric power, Kirchhoff’s voltage/current law, fuse, watt,
AC/DC current, transformer
Technology:
1. http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Physics-Interactives
3. http://www.learner.org/resources/series42.html#
5. Progressive Science Initiative (PSI)
a. http://www.njctl.org/courses/science/algebra-basedphysics/electric-charge-and-force/
b. http://www.njctl.org/courses/science/algebra-basedphysics/electric-current-and-circuits/
Coulomb Force (Static)
SC.912.P.10.14
SC.912.P.10.15
Circuits
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Second Nine Weeks
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Student BYOD Resource Page
PHYSICAL SCIENCE HONORS
Course Code: 200332001
Ohm’s Law
Circuit Construction Kit (AC/DC)
Ballons and static electricity
SC.912.P.10.14
SC.912.P.10.15
Resistance in a wire
Battery resistor circuit
Charges and Fields
Capacitor Lab
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Second Nine Weeks
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PHYSICAL SCIENCE HONORS
Course Code: 200332001
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Charge Transfer: Friction
Charge Transfer: Conduction
Charge Transfer: Induction
Charge Transfer: Discharge
Electrical Power Lines with Insulators
Insulators on Power Line
 Generating Electricity: Understanding
Electromagnetism
 Minimizing Electrostatics
 Smart Fibers
 Transistors
 Organic Semiconductors: OLEDs
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 Electric Circuits and Energy
Conversions
 Electric Safety: Voltage vs. Amperage
 Work, Power, and Thermal Energy
 Grounding Electricity and Safety
 Electroscope
Article
Video
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Electric Current
Ohm's Law
Electric Resistance
Watts's & Kirchhoff's Laws
Introduction to Resistance and Circuits
Circuits, parallel and series; each
missing a bulb
Circuits with More than One Resistor
Series vs. Parallel Circuits
Understanding How a Light Bulb Works
Wattage and Amperage
Resistance
 Series and Parallel Circuits
Skill Builder
Article
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Second Nine Weeks
 Ohm, Georg Simon
 Electrochemistry
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Course Code: 200332001
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Shocking: Electric Barrier Set to Repel Invasive Asian Carp
Under Wraps: Unraveling Ancient Mummies with Virtual Autopsies
Can Electrical Stimulus Reverse Paralysis in Injured Dogs?
Physicists Surprised by Breakthrough in Superconductivity
How Superconductivity and Superconductors Work
From Metal to Plastic: Iowa State Chemist Works on Organic Semiconductors
Columbia Shuttle Crew Studies Northern Lights, Sends Ham Radio Transmissions
 Watching the electrons, and chemistry in motion
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