From the brainstorm session, three questions come up: 1 Electrical energy is to do  with ‘voltage’.  What’s that? 2 What i...
Circuit diagram Using a voltmeter 9 Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate Elicit <ul><li>A voltmeter is used to...
<ul><li>Later ... </li></ul>
Measure these potential differences Student sheet 4 A B C D E F 10 Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate Elicit...
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    1. 1. From the brainstorm session, three questions come up: 1 Electrical energy is to do with ‘voltage’. What’s that? 2 What is static electricity? Sounds like it’s not like current electricity – that moves! Static sounds as if it stays still. 3 How can electricity jump through the air? It doesn’t do that normally or we’d be in danger from mains sockets. 5 Engage Elicit Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate
    2. 2. Circuit diagram Using a voltmeter 9 Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate Elicit <ul><li>A voltmeter is used to measure differences in potential around an electrical circuit. </li></ul><ul><li>It looks like an ammeter – but it is very different inside. </li></ul><ul><li>You don’t make a break in the circuit – you connect the voltmeter to the places across where you want to measure the POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE (PD). This is measured in volts (V). </li></ul>Measuring potential difference across digital analogue voltmeters
    3. 3. <ul><li>Later ... </li></ul>
    4. 4. Measure these potential differences Student sheet 4 A B C D E F 10 Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate Elicit Between Volts Between Volts A and B B and C A and C C and D A and D D and E A and E E and F A and F

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