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People have learned to harness many currents to produce power: the power of river currents are controlled by dams, and wind currents are harnessed by wind turbines. Electricity is harnessed by power lines and conductors. Metals like copper and aluminum are good conductors for electricity, and used in lines like those at the Islington Substation in Christchurch, New Zealand, above.


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1.7.3: Indiana's Academic Standards for Visual Art

Distinguish between two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of art.

1.7.3: Indiana's Academic Standards English/Language Arts

Give, restate, and follow simple two-step directions.

1.7.3: Indiana Academic Standards for Visual Arts

Identify and use symbols to express ideas.

1.7.3: Maryland Science Core Learning Goals

The student will describe the role of science in the development of literature, art, and music.(NTB)
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