Lessons arrange the website content into a teaching order. This is useful as a self taught course or as revision. Each lesson consists of an overview, learning objectives, lesson content and a self evaluation. Lesson content is organised in to a logical order but can be revisited at any time to review learning and understanding. Self evaluation "I can" statements expand on the learning intentions. Quizzes and questions are used to test understanding and suggest areas that need to be reviewed.
The lessons follow a similar structure to the WJEC Eduqas examination specification. This is a Welsh exam board and the specification is aimed at a GCSE qualification. There are more details in the about section. The learning intentions and examination specification are a suggested starting point when learning about electronics.
Lesson 1: Electrical Safety & Domestic Electricity This lesson looks at how to work safely in an electronics lab when doing practical work and also considers the dangers associated with domestic electricity.
Lesson 2: Circuit symbols, Prefixes & Units An important overview of the units used in electronics and the most common circuit symbols that should be known.
Lesson 3: Current & Voltage rules Kirchoff's circuit rules for current and voltage applied to series and parallel circuits. The lesson also considers how to use a multimeter to measure current and voltage.
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