Reflection: Continuous Assessment Electromagnetic Investigations - Day 4 - Section 2: Photoelectric Effect Revisited

 

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Electromagnetic Investigations - Day 4

Unit 4: Electromagnetics
Lesson 11 of 17

Objective: Students will continue to explore four big ideas in electromagnetics - light behaving like a wave and a particle, and the two ways in which electric and magnetic fields induce one another.

Big Idea: In science, we make claims based on evidence, especially when the claims are not intuitive, as is the case with electromagnetics.

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