Module 6 - Electromagnetism
We recommend students learning Module 6: Electromagnetism in the order we have prescribed below.
We believe it is essential for students to be exposed to the concept of DC Motors (section 4) immediately after learning about the Motor Effect and Electromagnetic Induction, rather than at the end of the module 6 as outlined in the 2019 NSW Syllabus.
Charged Particles, Conductors and Magnetic Fields
Section 1 (M6-S1): Charged Particles in Electric Fields
Section 2 (M6-S2): Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields
The Motor Effect
Section 3 (M6-S3): The Motor Effect
Section 4 (M6-S4): Force Between a Pair of Straight Conductors
Section 5 (M6-S5): Electromagnetic induction (Introduction to Faraday and Lenz's Law)
Section 7 (M6-S7): Transformers and Other Applications of Induction (Induction Braking and Stove)
Section 8 (M6-S8): Generators
Section 9 (M6-S9): AC Induction Motor
Applications of the Motor Effect
Section 6 (M6-S6): Applications of The Motor Effect: DC Motor