Extension Work - Electricity
Added by Craig Napier on Dec 15, 2008
This is a series of six tasks in which the pupil has to design a circuit in response to a design brief. These tasks provide opportunity to practice problem solving and circuit design skills, and the intention is that pupils work independently on them.
This item teaches:
- about the use of multiple switches in circuits
- about examples of applications of electric circuits
- about the use of double-pole double-throw switches in motors
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