# 12th Grade Electrisity Lesson Plan Example (Physical Education)

## Topic: Electrisity

### Objectives & Outcomes

• Students will be able to explain the laws of electrisity and how they relate to everyday life.

### Materials

• A power outlet
• A bulb
• A wire
• A ruler
• A pen or pencil

### Warm-up

• Ask the students if they have ever used a flashlight or a cell phone.
• Ask the students if they know how the flashlight or the cell phone are able to produce light.
• Ask the students if they know what is the source of power of the flashlight or the cell phone.
• Ask the students if they know what is electricity and what are its properties.

### Direct Instruction

• Explain to the students that electricity is a form of energy that can be produced from different sources, such as wind, water, and the sun.
• Explain to the students that there are different laws that govern the production and use of electricity, such as the conservation of energy law, the law of electricity conservation, and the law of electrical impedance.
• Explain to the students that the conservation of energy law states that energy can be neither created nor destroyed, but it can be transformed from one form to another.
• Explain to the students that the law of electricity conservation states that the amount of electricity entering a system must be equal to the amount of electricity leaving the system.
• Explain to the students that the law of electrical impedance states that the rate of flow of electricity is proportional to the amount of resistance in the circuit.

### Guided Practice

• Provide the students with a worksheet containing a series of questions about electricity laws.
• Have the students work in pairs to answer the questions on the worksheet.
• Assist the students as needed.

### Independent Practice

• Provide each student with a piece of paper and a pen.
• Ask the students to think of as many examples as they can of things in their daily lives that use electricity.
• Have the students write down their examples on their pieces of paper and then share their answers with the class.

### Closure

• Review the four laws of electricity and their implications for the safety and proper operation of electrical equipment.
• Ask the students to share any additional insights they gained from thinking about how they use electricity in their daily lives.References
• Ask the students to share any additional insights they gained from thinking about how they use electricity in their daily lives.-Review the four laws of electricity and their implications for the safety and proper operation of electrical equipment.-Ask the students to summarize what they have learned about electricity in their own words.

### Assessment

• Assess the students' understanding of the material through participation in class discussions and group activities, their ability to explain the four laws of electricity in their own words, and their ability to demonstrate safe practices when working with electrical equipment.