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Introduction to Electrostatics, Day 1

Unit 7: Electrostatics
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to read and answer questions about basic electrostatics including charges of objects, attraction and repulsion, conservation of charge and conductors vs. insulators.

Big Idea: Students complete a reading activity to learn and teach each other about electrostatics.

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Science, electrostatics, Physical Science, attractive force, repulsive force, physics, conductor, Insulator, law of conservation of charge
  70 minutes
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