Electricity game

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Electricity game

<p>Monopoly type board game modeling electric circuits</p>

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November 2013
Well done. Thank you for implicit instructions.
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August 2011
Looks great! A fun way to revise what they learn I think!
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June 2011
Thank you ,it worked well and we need more
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September 2010
Looks brilliant thank you!
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March 2010
Not tried it yet but looks like a great way of explaining current and voltage.
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March 2009
Just looked at it, looks good to me. <br/> <br/>Sure conventional current flows from positive to negative though (other way round on the board??)
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February 2009
Not only a great revision exercise but a lovely model for electrical circuits. The counters and energy credits help students make the distinction between current and energy - always a tricky one!
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January 2009
One question - how many energy units are given to each player at the start of the game? Otherwise, it's a fantastic little game and can either be played until someone runs out of energy, or can be timed to see who can get the most energy before the time'