This is the 4th lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It explains Michael Faraday's discovery and analyzes the law he used to explain his discovery. The lesson explains what happens when a bar magnet is pushed into or pulled out of a coil. It als...o presents Faraday's law and shows how to use this law to solve problems. (19:50)[more]

This is the 3rd lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It demonstrates how to draw a diagram to show how the magnetic field forms around a loop of wire. It also shows how to calculate the magnetic flux passing through a coil and explains how to in...crease the strength of a magnetic field formed around a loop. (20:56)[more]

This is the 6th lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It shows how the theory of electromagnetic conduction is used in transformers and demonstrates how a transformer works by applying Faraday's Law. The lesson also demonstrates that there is a r...elationship between the potential difference in the coils of a transformer and the number of turns. (20:04)[more]

This is the 7th lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It explains, by applying the right hand rule, how a television works. It also examines how charged particles move in a magnetic field. (19:52)

This is the 5th lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It investigates the relationship between the induced emf and the induced current and shows how to calculate the magnitude of the induced current using Faraday's Law. It also shows how to predi...ct the direction of the induced current using the right hand rule. (21:11)[more]

This is the Teacher Guide to the series, "Electromagnetism." This guide discusses what the series of lessons is about, how it can link to the curriculum, and presents ideas on how to use the lessons with learners. (10:29)

This is the 2nd lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It investigates the factors that affect the size and direction of the magnetic field formed around a straight conductor and one bent into a loop. The lesson shows how to draw a diagram to repr...esent the magnetic field around a current carrying loop of wire. It also shows how to apply the right hand rule to determine the direction of the magnetic field and the direction of the current in a conductor. (13:33)[more]

This is the 1st lesson in the series, "Electromagnetism." It examines the relationship between magnetism and electricity. The lesson demonstrates how to draw a diagram to represent the magnetic field around a straight current carrying conductor. (12...:09)[more]

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