Difference between revisions of "Electromagnetic induction introduction to electromagnetic induction activity 3"

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Factors influencing e.m.f.
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Michel Faraday experiment
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==Website interactives/ links/ simulations==
 
==Website interactives/ links/ simulations==

Latest revision as of 05:37, 26 August 2014

Activity No # 1 - Factors influencing e.m.f. & Michel Faraday experiment

Estimated Time

45 minutes

Materials/ Resources needed

  1. Video clip of Electro magentic induction experiment with different coils
  2. LED projector
  3. White screen

Prerequisites/Instructions, if any

Multimedia resources

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwIdZjjd8fo
Factors influencing e.m.f. {{#ev:youtube| vwIdZjjd8fo| 150| left}}
Michel Faraday experiment {{#ev:youtube| EECRoYNaSxg| 150| left}}

Website interactives/ links/ simulations

Process (How to do the activity)

Show the above short video of number of coils increasing emf is increasing.
Show the above video of Michel Faraday experiment.

Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)

Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)

1. Which the following coil is more emf produced when magnet movement inside the coil? mark 1
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2. A copper coil, a strong bar magnet and a led bulb are on the table. How do you glow on the led bulb? Mark 2

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