3rd grade of Gymnasium, 2nd grade of Lyceum
To register call 210 9469662, 210 9469663, 210 9469620 and 210 9469683 from Monday to Friday 9:30- 16:30
The dates and times shown are indicative and can be altered upon request in advance. Any science experiment demonstration can be arranged to take place between Monday and Friday from 09:00 to 15:00.
25 students (one classroom)
3rd grade of Gymnasium or 2nd grade of Lyceum students
Introduction to the concepts of electricity, electric charge, electric and magnetic fields, voltage, current and resistance, electromagnetism, law of electromagnetic induction and its applications.
The series of experiments in this demonstration introduces students to the concepts of electric charge, static electricity, electric force, electric field and voltage, electrical resistance, electrical conductors and insulators.
Students will experiment with static electricity, visualize the electric field, explore series and parallel circuits and Ohm’s law and will probe the difference between conductors and insulators and discover practical applications of electric current.
Finally, students will tackle such everyday questions as why our hair stands on end when we pull off our beanie hat or why we get a shock when we touch a doorknob or any other metal object. 2nd grade of Lyceum students will further explore the interactions of electricity and magnetism through experiments that demonstrate how electricity is generated and how electric motors work.
- Static electricity.
- Types of electric charge.
- Charging by friction, conduction and induction.
- Coulomb’s law.
- Electric field.
- Electric field lines.
- Electric current.
- Electric resistance.
- Ohm’s law.
- Conductors and insulators.
- Effects of electric current (3rd grade of Gymnasium).
- Resistors in series and parallel circuits.
- Magnetism (2nd grade of Lyceum).
- Magnetic poles (2nd grade of Lyceum).
- Magnetic domains (2nd grade of Lyceum).
- Oersted’s experiment (2nd grade of Lyceum).
- Faraday’s experiment (2nd grade of Lyceum).
Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electrostatics and electromagnetism.
Demonstration of complex concepts in a simple, interesting and fun way.
Enhance learning by having students predict the demonstration outcome before seeing it.
Develop critical thinking.
Establish the relationship between science and technology.
Recognize scientific and technological applications to everyday life.