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Metamora Twp. High School

CIP: 47.0105


Semester - 0.5 credit


Prerequisite: None


This course is a great starting point for students considering a career in an electrical field. Through building exciting and meaningful circuits, students will learn the fundamental theory of how electricity functions. Students will learn concepts such as bread boarding, soldering, reading a multimeter, and differences between AC/DC electricity. Likewise, students will build projects such as a simple IC control circuit, a basic motor, a burglar alarm, a clap on – clap off circuit, and a light dependent circuit. Students do not need to have any background in electronics before taking this course.


Additional Electronics course options are found in the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Engineering Course category of this course handbook.

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