Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety - Standard Grade Science Electrical...

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Standard Grade Science Electrical Safety in the Home
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From this lesson you will learn: The effects of electric shocks. How a plug should be wired correctly. How a plug works. How electrical safety devices work. The various faults that can develop.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire. This flow of electric charge is called a current .
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Electricity Electricity can be supplied from either: A battery. The mains supply.
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Electricity The main advantage of electrical energy is that it can be transported over large distances to our homes. Wires carry electricity from power stations to our homes/schools/offices.
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Electricity Check Test Copy and complete the following notes filling in the blanks using words from the word bank.
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Electricity Electricity is a flow of along a wire which is also called a . Electricity can be supplied from either a or from the . The main advantage of electrical energy is that it can be over . distances battery charges mains current large electric mains transported supply
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Electricity Check Test Answers Electricity is a flow of electric charges along a wire which is also called a current . Electricity can be supplied from either a battery or from the mains supply . The main advantage of electrical energy is that it can be transported over large distances .
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Electric Shocks Electricity is dangerous and can kill!! An electric shock can: You can get an electric shock from anything which is plugged in or connected to the mains supply. Affect your muscles. Affect your nerves. Paralyse you. Stop your heart beating.
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Electrical Safety The wires which carry electricity consist of two parts: The metal wires. The plastic coating round the metal wires.
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Electrical Safety The metal wires act as a conductor of electricity. The plastic coating acts as an insulator which prevents people from being electrocuted. Conductors are materials which allow electricity to pass through them easily. Insulators are materials which do not allow electricity to pass through them easily.
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Electrical Safety Check Test The following questions test your understanding of electrical safety so far.
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