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Activities and key concepts on magnetism. The teacher can also perform these experiments in the classroom together with the students.
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==Instructions==
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The activities in this original content are designed to explore the following key concepts:
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* '''Activity 1''': Which objects can be attracted by magnets?
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: '''Key concepts''': Magnets only act on objects made of metal.
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* '''Activity 2''': How will the magnets act?
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: '''Key concepts''': Like poles repel; unlike poles attract. Magnets are strongest at their ends. Ends of magnets may push or pull other ends of magnets.
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* '''Activity 3''': How will the compasses act?
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: '''Key concepts''': A compass is a magnet. A freely suspended magnet lines up in a north-south direction. Investigate what happens when a magnet is brought near a compass. More to explore magnets point north because of the whole Earth as a huge magnet
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* '''Activity 4''': How can paper clips be attracted?
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: '''Key concepts''': Magnets are strongest at their ends.
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* '''Activity 5''': How will the magnetic pole change?
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: '''Key concepts''': If you break a magnet into two pieces, each piece will still have a north pole and a south pole. More to explore everything we've seen in nature has been a dipole.
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==Related Media==
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{{#evt:service=youtube|id=Bk1uKuls8mQ}}
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{{DISPLAYTITLE: Magnetismus}}
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