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#Electromagnetic Induction
#Electromagnetic Induction
===Learning objectives===
#Recall the the properties of magnets
#Relation between magnet and electricity
#How emf induced
#Emf depends upon the number of turns and speed of the magnet
#Michel faraday experiment
===Notes for teachers===
#Activity 1 - Give the magnets to students and check the properties of magnets. Ask the students properties of magnets. Ask magnetic lines of force using phet tool of magnets and electromagnet.
#Activity 2 - show the different copper coils and electromagnet experiment to students and ask is it possible get electricity from magnet
#Activity 3 - Show the electromagnetic induction using galvanometer and copper coil. Observe the changes of galvanometer deflections.
#Activity 4 - Show the short video of number of coils increasing emf is increasing.
#Activity 5 - Show the video of Michel Faraday experiment.
=Assessment Activities for CCE=
===Formative Assesment Questions===
1.If a magnetic needle put north and south pole, what is the direction of the a b c and d in the figure. mark 2
*Direction of    a  ________ <br>
*Direction of    b  _______ <br>
*Direction of    c _________  <br>
*Direction of    d _________ <br>
2.The device that detects the induced emf is called _________________                mark 1
3.Which the following emf is produced? Yes/no
a) Coil is steady, magnet is moved inside the coil _______________  <br>
b) Coil and magnet are moved away in opposite direction _______________  <br>
c) Magnet is steady, Coil is moved towards magnet ____________  <br>
d) Coil and magnet both are moved together __________________ mark 2  <br>
4.copper coil is connected to Galvanometer and a bar magnet. What are the changes in the following
* Magnet kept inside the coil ____________________________  <br>
* Magnet is pushed slowly ________________________________  <br>
* Magnet is pushed inside the coil very quickly _____________________ mark 2  <br>
5. Which the following coil is more emf produced when magnet movement inside the coil.?    mark 1  <br>
6. A copper coil, a strong bar magnet and a led bulb are on the table. How do you on the led bulb?  Mark 2
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===Learning objectives===
===Notes for teachers===
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===Learning objectives===
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==Concept #4 ==
===Learning objectives===
===Notes for teachers===
= Project Ideas =
= Fun corner =
#Induction coils
#Induction coils

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