Name
Introduction to Faraday's law
Topic
Introduction to electromagnetic induction
Learning time
5 hours
Designed learning time
6 hours and 10 minutes
Size of class
20
Description
Activity for the fifth class of LSU English level : B2
Aims
Flux of magnetic field and Faraday's law
Outcomes
Evaluation
Editor
boni.lorena
Introduction to electromagnetic induction
165 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    15
    2
    1
    Revision of lexis and of previuos content guided by the teacher and using the attached file.
  • Investigate
    50
    4
    1
    Laboratory activity following the lab sheets ( in groups of 4 students)
  • Discuss
    15
    20
    0
    Discussion with all the students of the class, comparing the answers of the different groups.
  • Read Watch Listen
    30
    20
    1
    Summarizing with a short frontal lesson following the handout attached.
  • Practice
    45
    2
    1
    Practice in pairs with interactive exercises in science computer laboratory.
  • Discuss
    10
    20
    2
    Watch the two short videos and reflect: " Drop at the same istant two identical small balls and then two identical magnets down two apparently identical tubes. What do you observe? Are they following down in the same istant? If not, what could be the reason?
Notes:
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Practice and study at home
150 minutes)
  • Produce
    90
    1
    1
    Write a short Faraday's biography using web sources.
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    1
    1
    Practice on vocabulary.com list and exercise with "Spelling bee"
  • Practice
    45
    1
    1
    Resolve simple exercises.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Assessment
55 minutes)
  • Produce
    55
    1
    Assessment on lexis and content acquired. Assessment criteria are included in the file.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0

Learning Experience

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