Term 3 Topic 2 Mains Electricity Introductionelectricity from the power station is transferred in a circuit to our homes and back to the power station.a power station needs a source of energy.the source of energy in a power station can be a fuel such as coal.Teacher Input 3Greet the learners.Ask learners the following questions :Which appliances in their homes use electricity [Possible answers: kettle; stove; television; iron; fan; etc.].how do they feel when their area has load shedding.if they have seen a power station.whether they know the function of a power station.if there is a substation in their area.Give the learners an opportunity to express their own opinion about illegal electricity connections.Show Presentation 2.Emphasise the importance of electricity.Remind learners to pay attention because they will receive a worksheet that is based on the PowerPoint presentation.Hand out Worksheet A for the learners to completeAsk the learners how electricity comes from its sources to the light bulbs in their homes and at school.Mention load shedding, sitting in darkness, not being able to study, etc.Show Video Clip 1 (5:15 minutes). Following electricity from its sources to your light bulb in your house and explaining different fuels, thermal power generation, transmission and the grid.Learner Activity 3Instruct the learners to write one word down to complete the following sentence: Electricity is made from ……………………..They must fold the paper in four and give it to the person who sits next to them.Tell the learners that you will show them a video.They must keep the folded piece of paper and only open it at the end of the video.Show Video Clip 2 (1:54 minutes).The video shows the process of manufacturing electricity from coal.The learners open their friend’s piece of paper [they are surely very inquisitive to see what their classmate had written down].A discussion can follow.Revision Activity 3Learners complete Quiz 3. By Administrator|2015-07-16T15:00:09+02:00July 16th, 2015|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! facebooktwitterlinkedinredditwhatsapptumblrpinterestvkEmail About the Author: Administrator Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.