EDEE275 � 2012- LAB - Week4

EDEE275 � 2012- LAB - Week4 - Asghar Winter2012...

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Asghar Winter 2012 McGill University
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-Budding Scientists (p. 60-65) -Making simple switches -Constructing Electrical Circuits - Series & Parallel Circuits -Developing Assessment activities -Lab Report # 1 -Exit Ticket
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QEP Elementary Science and Technology :  Essential know ledges  include the following  concepts: Forms of energy (electrical, chemical, heat, solar, sound) Sources of energy (e.g., moving water, chemical reaction in a  battery) Transmission of energy Electrical conductivity (e.g., conductors & insulators) Simple electric circuits and their properties Everyday technological appliances
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QEP Science and Technology Competency 2: To make the most of scientific and  technological tools, objects, and procedures Inquiry Science:  Explore, discover, construct Use process skills, e.g., observation, comparison,  hypothesis, prediction, inference, etc. This unit on electrical circuits encompasses &  demonstrates the essential concepts and the  inquiry processes to develop competency 2!
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What did you like about today’s activities?
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