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Books in our Library on Electricity
Alternative Energy Sources by
Call Number: 333.794 MOR
Biomass Power by
Call Number: 333.7938 MOR
Electrical energy : generated and transferred. by
Call Number: 537 COT
Call Number: 537 MID
Electricity and Magnetism by
Call Number: 537 CHE
Call Number: 531.6 CHA
Energy Alternatives by
Call Number: 333.79 SNE
Energy and Matter by
Call Number: 531.6 CHE
Energy from Fossil Fuels by
Call Number: 333.8 SNE
Energy of the Future by
Call Number: 333.7 ROY
Geothermal Power by
Call Number: 333.88 MOR
Heroes of Australian Science: Sustainable Energy by
Call Number: 333.79 JUD
How Big is Your Energy Footprint? by
Call Number: 304.28 MAS
Issues in Society: Renewable Energy by
Call Number: 333.794099 REN
Nuclear Power by
Call Number: 333.7924 NUC
Our Energy Future by
Call Number: 333.7909 OUR
Shocking Electricity by
Call Number: Quick Reads
The Shocking World of Electricity with Max Axiom, Super Scientist by
Call Number: Junior Graphic Novels
Solar Power by
Call Number: 333.7923 MOR
Water Power by
Call Number: 333.914 MOR
Sustainable Living by
Call Number: 363.7 SUS
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Thirty-nine videos for Australian Curriculum code ACSSU097.
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- Circuit Collection - 11 digital resources on the topic of circuits
- Energy Chains - a collection of 5 resources on building energy chains
- Circulating Charges - This resource, including student videos, provides opportunities for students to investigate the movement of electricity through electrical circuits. Students explore different ways to form a closed circuit to light a bulb, and classify materials as conductors or non-conductors (insulators) of electricity.
- How a Rheostat Works - Find out how a rheostat may be used to control the current in an electric circuit.
Light, Sound, Action
This is a student digital resource that contains interactive materials relevant to a study of light, sound, and electricity. This resource contains a rich array of digital interactive activities, simulations, video clips, supportive information and notebook questions, and is divided into several parts including sections that explore particle and wave models, electricity, sound, light and colour, electromagnetic waves, and how light, sound and electricity are used by modern societies. This Science By Doing resource is part of a comprehensive curriculum resource consisting of three parts: a student guide, student digital, and a teacher guide.
Exploring Energy for Primary
One page with links to websites with interactive resources, information and activities to support primary students investigating energy and the Climate Clever Energy Savers program.
Syllabus Bites: Electricity
a resource from the NSW Dept of Education
Circuits and Switches by
Call Number: 621.319 SMI
It's electrifying: Year 6: Physical sciences by
Call Number: 621.319 ITS
Essential Energy by
Call Number: 530.07 ESS
Understanding Electricity by
Call Number: Class Sets
12 copies plus teacher book
Science Quest 3 by
Call Number: 507 LOF
Renewing Hope: Solar, Wind and Biomass in Australia and Germany by
Call Number: 333.794 REN