Ohm's Law: Voltage-Current-Resistance Relationship

Join the resistance—Ohm! Scholars apply Ohm's Law to problems of increasing difficulty as part of a series on electric circuits. The lesson begins with simply doubling and tripling voltage or resistance. It ends with having pupils solve problems where voltage and resistance have both been altered.

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CCSS: Adaptable
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Instructional Ideas

  • Use after hands-on lab activities to reinforce the concepts
Classroom Considerations

  • Features an adjustable size display to encourage classroom use
  • Relies on prior knowledge of algebraic equations, Ohm's Law, and substitution of variables in equations

  • Includes a "Help Me!" button on every question explaining how to solve the problem
  • Offers teacher tips and a teacher toolbox for help implementing the lesson

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