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Exploring electricity class pack

Winners Announced - Congratulations!



The competition is now closed. The winning entries were submitted by:


Mr Ben Judge (Primary)

Year 6 Teacher.

Kings Norton Primary School,

Pershore Road South,

Kings Norton,

Birmingham,

B30 3EU

Alyss Blissett (Secondary)

Teacher

Walton High: Brooklands Campus

Fen Street
Milton Keynes
MK10 7HE



Primary and secondary schools




Your chance to win an ASE Evaluated ‘Exploring Electricity’ Class Pack from Data Harvest!

 

" The Exploring electricity class pack presents an engaging way for children to investigate electricity topics, but also offers much more.." The ASE

Simply email your answers to the questions below to Rebecca at ASE and two lucky winners will be picked out of the hat and sent a class pack each. The deadline for entries is the 30th November 2016.

Q1 What would increase the brightness of a lamp in a series circuit?

a)      Adding more lamps

b)      Using longer wires

c)      Adding more cells

Q2 What is the Genecon V3?

a)      A genetics kit

b)      A Genie lamp

c)      A hand driven electricity generator

Q3 What is the unit for electrical current?

a)      Amperes

b)      Volts

c)      Watts

Q4 What metal is used to make most electrical wires?

a)      Copper?

b)      Steel?

c)      Aluminium?

Q5 What is the EasySense Vu?

a)      A digital microscope

b)      A data logging pack

c)      A spectrometer
 


 

Genecon

 

http://www.data-harvest.co.uk/catalogue/science/secondary/genecon-dynamo-range/secondary-genecon/900103PK


Have fun while learning about generating electricity! Use the hand-held Dynamo in a simple demonstration of converting mechanical energy into electrical energy.

With a range of accessories available, Genecon is an amazing hands-on way to learn about Electricity. 
Take a look at the YouTube clip which uses the hand-held Dynamo in a simple demonstration of converting mechanical energy into electrical energy. Check out the video on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUTe7oAwEhI

 

 

Good Luck!



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