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slide 1 static electricity revise the following: how static electricity can be created? uses of static electricity dangers of static electricity slide 2 the basics... when
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tell students all matter is made up of atoms. show students the diagram of an atom and point out the parts (protons, electrons, neutrons and other particles). the protons…
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