Electricity is an expository text that explores the history of the study of electricity, how electricity is created, circuits, power grids, conductors, insulators, and resistors. The book concludes with an activity involving creating an electric circuit with a wire, paper clips, and a lemon.
The book is divided in chapters and contains a table of contents, glossary, and index. Sentences vary in length and structure. Information is presented by the main text, captions, labeled photographs, diagrams, and illustrations highlighting definitions and interesting facts.
Content-specific terminology such as force, electrons, orbitals, voltage, amperes, conductor, insulator, and resistor, is defined in context and in the glossary.
This title is from the Science Readers: Content and Literacy in Science
series from Teacher Created Materials. Build literacy skills and science content knowledge with high-interest, appropriately levelled information texts.
Invoice Title: Electricity