Explain why the author starts by saying that “electricity is the most useful of all forms of energy” and how it works.
Book: Forms of Energy by Anna Claybourne pp. 26 – 29
Which statement shows a main idea of the section?
Which two details best support the main idea of the section?
The author starts by saying that “electricity is the most useful of all forms of energy.” How does electricity work? Why is it the most useful form? Use the words charge, current, and conduct in your answer.
What is electricity? Make sure to use the word charge in your answer.
What is the difference between static and current electricity? Give an example of each.
How does electricity change form? Why does electricity have to change form to be useful?
a form of energy that is carried through wires and used to operate machines and lights
the storage of electrical energy
to allow heat or energy to move from one place to another
an object that stores chemical energy and converts it into electricity as a source of power