1. Be able to explain and illustrate an experiment by which the laws of electrical attraction and repulsion are shown.
2. Explain the difference between a direct and an alternating current, and demonstrate the uses to which each is adapted. Give a method of determining which kind flows in a given circuit.
3. Make a simple electromagnet or connect a bell or light with a battery using an in-line switch.
4. Make and run a simple electric motor from a kit or take apart an electric motor and identify the parts and explain how it works.
5. Be able to make a simple battery cell.
6. Demonstrate ability to replace fuses or reset breakers, and show the proper way to splice wires.
7. Show how to rescue a person in contact with a live electric wire, and have knowledge of the method of reviving a person insensible from shock.
8. Make a diagram of a lighting system of an automobile.
9. Make a diagram properly showing the lights, switches, and convenience outlets controlled by each fuse or breaker in a house.
10. Read an electric meter correctly, and compute a residence bill at the rate charged in your community.
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