How Do Objects Become Positive Or Negative?

Unit 7: Electrostatics
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Given a specific situation, students will be able to identify if an object will be positive, negative, or neutral.

Big Idea: Students learn how to determine charges of different objects and how charges move between objects.

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Science, electrostatics, Physical Science, protons, types of charging, electrons, physics
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