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The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has student extra PBS: Tesla - Master of Lightning
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Nikola Tesla pioneered the development of alternating current (AC); learn about his life and work at this PBS website.


The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has teaching guide Cirque du Circuit: A Unit on Electric Circuits for High School Physics
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This is a 10-day multimedia unit that explores the fundamentals of electric circuits in a web-based, interactive format; it demonstrates the use of Compadre filing cabinets.


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The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has student extra Flickr Physics
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Visit The Physics Classroom's Flickr Galleries and enjoy a photo overview of the topic of electric circuits.


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What is a battery? How were they invented? Learn the answers here.


The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has teaching guide The Laboratory
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Looking for a lab that coordinates with this page? Try the Sparky the Electrician Lab from The Laboratory.


The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has teaching guide Flashlight Construction
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This activity for high school physics presents the challenge of using miscellaneous items to construct a working flashlight. Presented in a PBL format.


The Physics Classroom: What is an Electric Circuit? has teaching guide Treasures from TPF
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Need ideas? Need help? Explore The Physics Front's treasure box of catalogued resources on Electricity and Electrical Energy.



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