What are some uses of magnetic materials?

In this lesson, we will learn how to make an electromagnet and write up an investigation to make our own electromagnet.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What happens when you move the north and north poles of two magnets together?

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Q2.What happens when you move the north and south poles of two magnets together?

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Q3.What happens when you move the north pole of a magnet and an iron nail together?

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Q4.What happens when you move the south pole of a magnet and an iron nail together?

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Q5.What happens when you move an iron nail (not magnetised) and iron filings (not magnetised) together?

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Q6.What happens when you move a magnet and a piece of plastic together?

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Q7.What happens when you move an iron nail (not magnetised) and a piece of plastic together?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What happens when you move the north and north poles of two magnets together?

1/7

Q2.What happens when you move the north and south poles of two magnets together?

2/7

Q3.What happens when you move the north pole of a magnet and an iron nail together?

3/7

Q4.What happens when you move the south pole of a magnet and an iron nail together?

4/7

Q5.What happens when you move an iron nail (not magnetised) and iron filings (not magnetised) together?

5/7

Q6.What happens when you move a magnet and a piece of plastic together?

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Q7.What happens when you move an iron nail (not magnetised) and a piece of plastic together?

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What are some uses of magnetic materials? Quiz

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Q1.When we combine electricity with magnets, what is this called?

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Q2.When making an electromagnet, how is the wire combined with the iron?

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Q3.Which of these is a source of electricity that could be used to make an electromagnet?

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What are some uses of magnetic materials? Quiz

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.When we combine electricity with magnets, what is this called?

1/3

Q2.When making an electromagnet, how is the wire combined with the iron?

2/3

Q3.Which of these is a source of electricity that could be used to make an electromagnet?

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Lesson summary: What are some uses of magnetic materials?

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This was the final lesson in the unit Magnetism.

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