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Group 20 Electric circuits
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What is an electric circuit and to what uses may it be put?
How do we get electricity into our homes?
CfE (Energy in the Environment - Electricity) (Level Second) - SCN 220J - I can design and build a game or model which uses simple components in a series circuit, and explain in simple terms why the circuit works.
CfE (Topical Science) (Level Second) - SCN 236BB - I can report and comment on a current scientific news item to develop my awareness of topical science.

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Energy & Forces    Properties & Uses of Energy

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construct a series circuit following diagrams using conventional symbols EF-D1.5

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describe the effect of changing the number of components in a series circuit EF-D1.6

AcFE (Energy in the Environment - Energy Sources) (Level Fourth - SCN 413G - I can describe and explain how energy is transferred between source and user.

 Conversion & transfer of energy

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give some examples of energy conversions involved in the generation of electricity EF-D2.1

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describe how electrical energy is distributed to our homes EF-D2.2
Future Learning (progression) -  G30 Electricity & Microelectronics     St. Physics: Using Electricity
INT1 Physics: Unit 2 Electricity

CfE (Energy in the Environment - Electricity) (Level Fourth) - SCN 417J Phys - I can use my knowledge of series and parallel circuits to design a solution to a real-life problem. I can represent it as a circuit diagram, explain its operation and evaluate its effectiveness.

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