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Unidad didáctica del tema "Electricity" de la asignatura Tecnologías de 3º de la ESO. La unidad está desarrollada siguiendo las directrices de la metodología AICLE.

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  1. 1. Template to design a CLIL didactic unit Subject: Technology Title of the Unit 1. Learning outcomes / Evaluation criteria 2. Subject Content Vocabulary Structures Teacher: Carlos Antonio Fernández Fernández-Canal Electricity Course / Level 3ºESO To understand the atom and the subatomic particles. To have the notion of a charged particle. To know the three electrical variables and their corresponding magnitudes.  To be able to make the difference between alternating current and direct current.  To know the Ohm's Law and how to apply it through simple exercises.  To know the main electrical variables.  To have the skill to connect batteries and receivers in series and parallel connection.  To be able to measure electrical variables with a multimeter.  Historical evolution of electricity.  The atom and the subatomic particles.  The main electrical variables.  Ohm's law.  Batteries.  Regulation components in an electrical circuit.  Protection components in an electrical circuit.  Receiver types.  Series and parallel connection.  The multimeter. 3. Language Content / Communication  Nouns: atom, proton, electron, particle, subparticle, electric resistance, electric voltage, amperage, battery, dynamo, alternator, fuse, switch, receiver, pushbutton, engine, lamp, diode, potenciometer, multimeter.  Verbs: to mesure, to charge, to increase, to decrease, to connect, to disconnect, to turn on, to turn off, to determine, to protect and other related words  Adjetives: dangerous, direct, alternating, charged, cautious.  Prepositions/connectors: first, after, between, before, next, throughout the process and other related words  Comparations “Alternating current is more useful than direct current”  Identification by explanation: “The multimeter must be   
  2. 2. connected in series in order to mesure the amperage”  Description “The electron is a subatomic particle that has a negative charge” Discourse type • Oral speech • Discussion • Description • Written activities. Language skills Reading, listening, speaking and writing. 4. Contextual (cultural) To know some of the phenomena related to the electricity: e.g. element atoms, electrical current or some electrical devices. 5. Cognitive (thinking) To be able to understand the physical principles that lie processes underneath the electricity and to explain them. 6. (a) Task(s) Exercises: What is the atom? Which are the subatomic particles? How can the electrical current be produced? How can the electrical variables be measured? How can the receivers be connected? Which are the dangers related to the electricity? How can we prevent those dangers? Key words To know them and be able to use them fluently. Activities of listening and writing Exercises from video/listening Project: To build an electrical device, e.g. an elevator. 6. (b) Activities Reading texts Listening to video and audio Answering questions from listening Worksheet Use drawings to label technical language. Matching activities True or false activities Ordering words into sentences Filling gaps in simple sentences Drawing pictures Search information on the net 7. Methodology Organization and class The class will mainly work in groups. It could be in couples or in distribution / timing larger groups. However it will also be individual tasks, though to a lesser extent. The distribution of the class will depend of the activities in progress. The unit is planned to be developed in three weeks (8 sessions)
  3. 3. Resources / Materials Key Competences 8. Evaluation (criteria and instruments)  The text book  Interactive activities: 1. An Ohm's Law simulator: http://phet.colorado.edu/sims/ohms-law/ohmslaw_en.html 2. Video 5 from the next execise: http://www.petervaldivia.com/eso/materials-andwood/videos.php#video1 3. How to use the multimeter: http://www.physicschemistry-interactive-flashanimation.com/electricity_electromagnetism_interactive/ multimeter.htm 4. A circuit simulator(I): http://jersey.uoregon.edu/vlab/Voltage/ 5. A circuit simulator (II): http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/physical/giambattista/circu its/circuits.html  Vídeos: 1. The atom: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=yKgSSPkgldk 2. Atomic structure and subatomic particles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0xxEWd9utc 3. Ohm's Law (I): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHLvtGjum4 4. Ohm's Law (II): http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=QwNSa_8ro_Y 5. The electrical current: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=EJeAuQ7pkpc 6. Series and parallel circuits: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8AZBR8Zz04 7. Dangers of electricity: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=9NOOJwFJa1k Interaction with physical world, linguistic, mathematical, social, digital, cultural, learn to learn, autonomy. - Evaluation criteria:  To explain the atom and its subparticles  To explain how an electrical current can be created.  To explain the different types of electrical current.  To be able to name some electrical receivers.  To resolve some basic electrical circuits throughout the Ohm's law.  To explain the series-parallel connections in a circuit.  To name a number a dangers related to electricity. - Evaluation instruments:  The student's notebook.
  4. 4.   The day to day work. The correction of the series of activities and projects.