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Electricity[1]

  1. 1. How did Benjamin Franklin feel when he discovered electricity? He was shocked!
  2. 2. Father of Electricity Benjamin Franklin
  3. 3. Curiousity led Franklin to investigate electricity!
  4. 4. Key, Kite, Leyden Jar helped in discovery
  5. 5. Franklin invented the lightning rod
  6. 6. Lighning would strike the rod not the house. With Without
  7. 7. Volta discovered first battery!
  8. 8. Did you know?
  9. 9. Electricity and magnets are related!
  10. 10. Michael Faraday Produced electricity by placing a magnet through copper wire
  11. 11. Electromagnet http://www.fossweb.com/modules3-6/MagnetismandElectricity/activities/electromagnet.html See how it works! He produced an electromagnet!
  12. 12. These items use electromagnets. Can you think of more?
  13. 13. Electricity : energy produced by moving electrons.
  14. 14. Cause Electricity Moving electrons
  15. 15. Edison and Westinghouse created the first power stations.
  16. 16. Electrically charged particles flow from powerstations into homes. Electric Current
  17. 17. Transformation Just as the caterpillar changes to a butterfly...
  18. 18. Electricity is transformed into other forms of energy...
  19. 19. Light Energy
  20. 20. Heat Energy
  21. 21. Mechanical Energy
  22. 22. Sound Energy
  23. 23. Measuring Electricity
  24. 24. Measure of electric pressure VOLT
  25. 25. The rate that electric current flows. AMP
  26. 26. The amount of electricity an object uses. WATT http://www.engineeringinteract.org/resources/siliconspies/flash/concepts/electricity.htm Check it out:
  27. 27. Static Electricity Build up of negative charges
  28. 28. Lightning Negative static charges jump to positive charges
  29. 29. Circuit Path that electric current flows
  30. 30. Series Circuit One goes out, they all go out!
  31. 31. Series Circuit http://www.engineeringinteract.org/resources/siliconspies/flash/concepts/simplecircuits.htm Great activity Check it out!
  32. 32. Parallel Circuits Buildings and homes are wired this way.
  33. 33. Parallel Circuits When one path is broken...
  34. 34. The other paths work!!!
  35. 35. <ul><li>http://www.engineeringinteract.org/resources/siliconspies/flash/concepts/buildingcircuits.htm </li></ul>Build your own circuit!
  36. 36. Conductors allow electricity to flow through it.
  37. 37. Good Conductors
  38. 38. Insulators do not allow electricity to flow!
  39. 39. Good Insulators
  40. 40. Protect yourself Use Insulators
  41. 41. How is electricity generated?
  42. 42. Electricity is generated from energy resources.
  43. 43. Renewable Resources can be replaced in a human lifetime.
  44. 44. Biomass
  45. 45. Geothermal
  46. 46. Hydropower
  47. 47. Solar
  48. 48. Wind
  49. 49. Nonrenewable Resources cannot be replaced in a human lifetime.
  50. 50. Coal
  51. 51. Natural Gas
  52. 52. Nuclear
  53. 53. Petroluem
  54. 54. Nonrenewable Resources play a major role in our society.
  55. 55. This trend must change!
  56. 56. R R R Go Green!
  57. 57. Reduce Turn off the water when you brush your teeth.
  58. 58. Reduce Use less paper towels.
  59. 59. Reduce Use online billing to replace paper bills.
  60. 60. Reduce Use energy saving lightbulbs.
  61. 61. Recycle Recycle paper and plastic.
  62. 62. Recycle Recycle aluminum cans.
  63. 63. Reuse Reuse towels to save water.
  64. 64. Reuse Reuse cardboard boxes for storage.
  65. 65. Make a difference!
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