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Electricity - Team Quest Quiz

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Grade 6, 7, 8, 9



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A fantastic way to consolidate learning at the end of a module on current electricity and includes questions on:

>units for current, voltage and resistance 

>symbols for a battery, lamp, resistor, ammeter, voltmeter and switch

>position of ammeter and voltmeter

>current and voltage in series and parallel circuits

>Ohm’s Law


A great end of year or back to school activity.


Team Quest also promotes team – building and is a 61 question, animated, interactive team quiz with built – in scoreboard for up to seven teams. All questions are pictorial and multiple choice.

It also makes an enjoyable but challenging activity for end of year and back to school.


Team Rounds

>Each team will attempt their own three questions, the answer to each of which must be decided by the whole team. If a wrong answer is given, the next question goes to the first hand up and, if correct, that person’s team get to try the rest of the round.

>Each team will also have to solve the clues to identify a fact or process 

>There are five lightning rounds in which team members consult to try to identify a slowly revealed  fact or process.. 

>Memory Test – questions on the order and detail of eleven objects which cross the screen then disappear.


Individual Rounds

>Two unscramble and identify rounds which consists of a picture which has been cut up and rearranged.

>Memory Test – give coordinates of ammeters which have moved around a grid

>Finally, the fifteen - question individual bonus round. This round allows flexibility in terms of the time the quiz takes as not all the questions have to be attempted. The quiz therefore can last between 40 and 50 minutes.


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What's Included

Animate 70 slide interactive slideshow

Resource Tags

Current electricity Series and parallel circuits current voltage resistance ohms law parallel series circuits conductors and insulators

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