Charging Ahead - An Itroduction to Electromagnetism (Malestrom)

Charging Ahead - An Itroduction to Electromagnetism (Malestrom)

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A n I n t ro d u c t i o n t o E l e c t ro m a g n e t i s m By Larry E. Schafer Featuring sci LINKS © óa new way of connecting text and the Internet. Up-to-the-minute online content, classroom ideas, and other materials are just a click away. Go to page xiii to learn more about this educational resource. Arlington, Virginia
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Shirley Watt Ireton, Director Beth Daniels, Managing Editor Judy Cusick, Associate Editor Jessica Green, Assistant Editor Linda Olliver, Cover Design Art and Design Linda Olliver, Director NSTA Web Tim Weber, Webmaster Periodicals Publishing Shelley Carey, Director Printing and Production Catherine Lorrain-Hale, Director Publications Operations Erin Miller, Manager sci LINKS Tyson Brown, Manager National Science Teachers Association Gerald F. Wheeler, Executive Director David Beacom, Publisher NSTA Press, NSTA Journals, and the NSTA website deliver high-quality resources for science educators. Charging Ahead: An Introduction to Electromagnetism NSTA Stock Number: PB155X ISBN 0-87355-188-5 Library of Congress Card Number: 2001086220 Printed in the USA by FRY COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Printed on recycled paper Copyright © 2001 by the National Science Teachers Association. The mission of the National Science Teachers Assocation is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. Permission is granted in advance for reproduction for purpose of classroom or workshop instruction. To request permission for other uses, send specific requests to: NSTA Press 1840 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, Virginia 22201-3000 www.nsta.org
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Acknowledgments .......................................................................................................... iv Overview .......................................................................................................................... v A Learning Map on Electricity and Magnetism ........................................................ viii Guide to Relevant National Science Education Content Standards ..................... xii sci LINKS ........................................................................................................................... xiii A c t i v i t y l : A B o n u s f ro m E l e c t r i c a l F l o w — M a g n e t i s m Student Worksheet ........................................................................................................ 1 Teacher’s Guide to Activity 1 ..................................................................................... 9 A c t i v i t y 2 : C o i l s a n d E l e c t ro m a g n e t s Student Worksheet ........................................................................................................ 13 Teacher’s Guide to Activity 2 ..................................................................................... 21 A c t i v i t y 3 : M a k i n g a n E l e c t r i c M o t o r — E l e c t ro m a g n e t i s m i n A c t i o n Student Worksheet ........................................................................................................ 27 Teacher’s Guide to Activity 3 ..................................................................................... 37 A c t i v i t y 4 : M o t i o n , M a g n e t i s m , a n d t h e P ro d u c t i o n o f E l e c t r i c i t y Student Worksheet ........................................................................................................ 49 Teacher’s Guide to Activity 4 ..................................................................................... 57 G l o s s a ry ..................................................................................................................... 65 Contents
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