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Understanding the intricacies of electricity and its functions is fundamental for grasping how numerous devices in our everyday life operate. The CMS 100B form, "CLOZE-ING IN ON SCIENCE! 5.6B: Circuits and Electricity Force, Motion, and Energy," offers an immersive dive into the basics of electrical circuits, highlighting how electricity must flow through a closed path to function, and the consequences of interrupting this flow. It intricately details the transformation of electrical energy into various forms - light, heat, and sound - we rely on daily, from turning the lights on to enjoying a toasted slice of bread. Through interactive sections that encourage filling in blanks with appropriate terms, learners are prompted to consider the devices they frequently use, how these devices harness electricity, and to reflect on the importance of each form of energy in their lives. This thorough engagement with the foundational concepts of electricity not only enhances the learning experience but provides a comprehensive understanding of the pivotal role electricity plays in both the mundane and the remarkable aspects of our modern existence.

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CLOZE-ING IN ON SCIENCE!

5.6B: Circuits and Electricity

Force, Motion, and Energy

Name: ______________________________ Date: ____________________________

Key Concept 1: Electricity ws in a closed path called a circuit and stops when the circuit is broken.

Passage

Electricity is a form of _________________ produced when electrons move

along a path. These electrons must travel along a ______________, or

complete circuit through a special material that ____________ electricity,

allowing it to w. If we cause a gap to form in this pathway the electricity will

______________, which prevents the _____________ or movement of current.

Think about all the devices at home and at school that use ________________.

When we turn the lights on and oﬀ, for example, using a _____________, we

cause the formation of a complete and incomplete circuit! Word Bank

 switch ow conducts path stop electricity energy

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CLOZE-ING IN ON SCIENCE!

5.6B: Circuits and Electricity

Force, Motion, and Energy

Key Concept 2: We can demonstrate that electricity can produce light,

heat, and sound when owing through a circuit

Passage

There are plenty of items we depend on and enjoy having that use electricity. This electricity is _______________, or transformed, into other

forms of energy in these devices. The television transforms electricity into ___________ energy since we can see the picture, and

____________ energy since we can hear it. When the toaster is turned

on, it produces ____________ energy since it toasts our bread. All of

these things only happen when the circuit is complete, which means electricity can ____________.

Word Bank

 light ow sound changed thermal/heat Illustration

CLOZE-ING IN ON SCIENCE!

5.6B: Circuits and Electricity

Force, Motion, and Energy

Key Concept 3: Many everyday devices use electricity to produce light,

heat, and sound.

Passage

Some devices, such as our doorbell, mainly produce ____________ energy

when they are operated. Other devices like lamps use electricity to produce_____________ energy since we can see the results in a dark room.

Are some of your favorite devices dependent on the use of electricity? If so, they are likely transforming electrical energy into other forms, such as

___________, __________, or _____________. Which is the most useful for

you? Do you prefer one form of energy over another? Think about the forms of energy you use each and every day.

Word Bank

light   sound  light   heat   sound

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CLOZE-ING IN ON SCIENCE!

5.6B: Circuits and Electricity

Force, Motion, and Energy