Generating Interest in Generators

Unit 6: Magnetism and Induction
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Students research how electric power is produced on a large scale and what natural resources we use as a country to to produce that power.

Big Idea: A changing magnetic field is required to induce an electric current in a coil of wire.

  Print Lesson
Add this lesson to your favorites
hand
 
1
2
3
Similar Lessons
 
Neurons are so Impulsive! (Day 1)
High School Science » Neuron Structure and Function
Big Idea: Schwann cells and myelin sheaths on neurons possess insulative properties which enhance the neuron's capability to generate, sustain and propagate an electrical signal along the axon to communicate with neighboring cells.
  Favorites(1)
  Resources(26)
Charlotte, NC
Environment: Urban
Tamica Stubbs
 
Insolation Factors
Earth Science » The Sun & Insolation
Big Idea: Dark-colored and fought surface objects absorb the most insolation, while light-colored and smooth surfaces are better at reflecting insolation. This (and a few other minor variables) affect how much insolation an area receives
  Favorites(0)
  Resources(20)
New York, NY
Environment: Urban
Kane Koller
 
Electromagnetic Investigations - Day 2
High School Physics » Electromagnetics
Big Idea: It is important to balance theory with observation - particularly, as is the case with electromagnetics, when the theory is not intuitive.
  Favorites(0)
  Resources(25)
Woodstock, VT
Environment: Rural
Timothy Brennan
 
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload
details
close