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    • S8P5Ms.Cohen
    • Content Standard• S8P5. Students will recognize characteristics of gravity, electricity, and magnetism as major kinds of forces acting in nature.• https://www.georgiastandards.org/Standards/ Georgia%20Performance%20Standards/Eighth GradeApproved7-12-2004.pdf
    • Technology StandardElectricity!• Creativity and Innovation• Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology. Students:• a. apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes.• b. create original works as a means of personal or group expression.http://puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com/code/BuildCrissCross.asp
    • What Do You Know?http://web.educastur.princast.es/cursos/cursowqp/aplic/miguel%20saenz/electricity.gifhttp://san.hufs.ac.kr/~gwlee/session4/images/gravity.gifhttp://www.chittorgarh.com/images/magnet.jpg
    • S8P5a. Recognize that every object exerts gravitationalforce on every other object and that the force exerteddepends on how much mass the objects have and howfar apart they are.http://www.courseworld.com/images/diff-force.gifhttps://www.georgiastandards.org/Standards/Georgia%20Performance%20Standards/EighthGradeApproved7-12-2004.pdf
    • What can you tell me about this formula?http://charon.nmsu.edu/~aklypin/ast110/WebSite/images/weight.gif
    • What can you tell us about this picture?http://www.csulb.edu/~rtoossi/PhysicsBook/book/Chap05-Motion/Multimedia/images/skydive.jpg
    • S8P5b. Demonstrate the advantages and disadvantagesof series and parallel circuits and how they transferenergy.http://www.search-results.com/pictures?qsrc=167&o=1928&l=dis&q=parallel+circuits&atb=sysid%3D406%3Aappid%3D169%3Auid%3Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%3Auc%3D1327410032%3Aq%3Dparallel+circuits%3Asrc%3Dffb%3Ao%3D1928http://www.gcsescience.com/Series-Circuit.gifhttps://www.georgiastandards.org/Standards/Georgia%20Performance%20Standards/EighthGradeApproved7-12-2004.pdf
    • Series or parallel? Why?http://www.search-results.com/fr?q=series+circuit+&desturi=http%3A%2F%2Friversideca.apogee.net%2Ffoe%2Ffcsps.asp&initialURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.search-results.com%2Fpictures%3Fatb%3Dsysid%253D406%253Aappid%253D169%253Auid%253Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%253Auc%253D1327410032%253Aq%253Dparallel%2520circuits%253Asrc%253Dffb%253Ao%253D1928%26imgc%3Dboth%26imgs%3D1p%26l%3Ddis%26o%3D1928%26q%3Dseries%2520circuit%2520%26qsrc%3D2417&fm=i&ac=605&fsel=1&ftURI=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.search-results.com%2Ffr%3Fq%3Dseries%2Bcircuit%2B%26desturi%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Friversideca.apogee.net%252Ffoe%252Ffcsps.asp%26imagesrc%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Friversideca.apogee.net%252Ffoe%252Fgraphics%252Fcspsc5.gif%26thumbsrc%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fmedia4.picsearch.com%252Fis%253FylSUYAQfGr0O81p2LeGiaDNaM6f1ydt4sN8IvDwMJHY%26o%3D1928%26l%3Ddis%26thumbuselocalisedstatic%3Dfalse%26thumbwidth%3D128%26thumbheight%3D59%26fn%3Dcspsc5.gif%26imagewidth%3D370%26imageheight%3D171%26fs%3D14%26f%3D2%26fm%3Di%26fsel%3D1%26atb%3Dsysid%253D406%253Aappid%253D169%253Auid%253Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%253Auc%253D1327410032%253Aq%253Dparallel%2Bcircuits%253Asrc%253Dffb%253Ao%253D1928%26ftbURI%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.search-results.com%252Fpictures%253Fimgc%253Dboth%2526q%253Dseries%252Bcircuit%252B%2526page%253D1%2526o%253D1928%2526l%253Ddis%2526pstart%253D0%2526atb%253Dsysid%25253D406%25253Aappid%25253D169%25253Auid%25253Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%25253Auc%25253D1327410032%25253Aq%25253Dparallel%252Bcircuits%25253Asrc%25253Dffb%25253Ao%25253D1928&atb=sysid%3D406%3Aappid%3D169%3Auid%3Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%3Auc%3D1327410032%3Aq%3Dparallel+circuits%3Asrc%3Dffb%3Ao%3D1928%26atb%3Dsysid%253D406%253Aappid%253D169%253Auid%253Dcaba35c8b5c5a7d4%253Auc%253D1327410032%253Aq%253Dparallel%2Bcircuits%253Asrc%253Dffb%253Ao%253D1928&qt=0
    • Series or Parallel? Why?http://pzweb.harvard.edu/ucp/images/circuits_s5_alternate_parallel.jpg