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Interactive video lesson plan for: Science in Focus Electric City S014LS01 S100LS02

Activity overview:

1. Which city is the video about?

2. What happened in 1985?

3. Why was this important?

4. Put these statements in the correct order to summarise how electricity is generated by the dam

____ the turbine turns the generator
____ water travels down the pipes
____ the generator produces electricity
____ the water turns the turbine

5. What happens if you rotate a magnet near wire?

6. How much power does 1 generator produce?

7. What happens to the voltage of the electricity as it leaves the generator?

8. How is coal used to generate electricity?

9. What happens to the voltage before it reaches homes and hotels?

10. Why is the voltage stepped down?

11. What is the electricity not transported with high current and low voltage?

12. What are neon lights better than filament lights?

13. What is good about using hydroelectric power from the dam?

Tagged under: Electric,City

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