Activities and Assessment of Vocab and Units (Lesson 2)

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Brett McFarland
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Estimated Activity Length:
2 hours
Learning Goal(s):
  1. Students will be able to define voltage, current, power and energy as it relates to electricity.
  2. Students will be able to define electricity and have the units for all the above terms in their Journals.
  3. Students will be able to set up multimeters for voltage and current and will be assessed on this.
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Description:

This lesson is intended as a way to check for student understanding regarding the content presented in the previous lesson of this unit. The assessment takes place in two parts: a written assessment of content-related vocabulary and concepts as well as a hands-on section intended to discern whether they can correctly use a multimeter. Each of these assessments focuses on their understanding of units and their application to circuitry. By requiring students pass this section before moving forward, it ensures that they can efficiently collect data independently in the remaining sections of this unit as well as increase the longevity of the equipment used in this process. 

Science Kit Material(s) Used

Multimeter

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Student journals