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    • 1. Are any of these effects that Aimant talks about familiar to you? How about metals that stick together without glue? Practical or demo Watch while we try out this rock Aimant brought back. Its called lodestone. It is found in the ground. Student Sheet 2 Lodestone is well known to electromancers. Try lodestone with these things. 6 lodestone Reed switch Clips and fasteners Paper clips Engage Elicit Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate
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    • 3. What materials are magnetic? Use the map of Galvan Academy. Test each room with a plotting compass to see if there is any magnetic effect in that room. What pattern do you see? Practical activity Use the practical sheet to tell you what material was in the room. Student Sheet 4 9 Engage Elicit Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate
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    • 5. Expeliamus game Magnets can both attract and repel. Play the Expeliamus game. Can you sort out which way round the magnetic poles are? Practical activity Student Sheet 5 11 Engage Elicit Explore Explain Elaborate Extend Evaluate