Current Electricity Test
What is on the test?
Chapter 10
Lighting a Bulb...how do you use one cell, one wire, and one bulb to create light? p323 
Circuit Symbols...know the symbol for conducting wire, cell, battery, light bulb, resistor, switch ammeter and voltmeter. Be able to draw a circuit diagram using these symbols. 
Be able to describe what current, charge, Potential Difference (voltage), and resistance are. Be able to use formula to solve for each of these things and to understand the relationships between them.  
I=Q current = charge moving past a point Amp = coulomb  
t time second 
V=E Potential difference = Energy Volt = Joules_  
Q Charge Coulomb 
R=V resistance = potential difference Ohm = Volts  
I current Amps 
Study your labs 10A Measuring Current, p326327, 10B Energy Around a Simple Circuit p. 334335, and 10C Potential Difference and Current for a Resistor p. 340341...for 10C look at both labs...using spool resistors (resistance coils) and using ceramic resistors. 
Chapter 11
Study Starting Point Lab for Chapter 11, Dimming the Bulb 
Be able to compare Series and Parallel circuits.  

Be able to figure the brightness of bulbs in a circuit...you can use Jessome's Law if you want. This was the How Bright Are You exercise: 
Number of Cells_____= Brightness =1 is Standard; <1 is less bright; >1 is more bright  
No. of Bulbs on pathway 
If the bulb is on more than one pathway, then do the math for each pathway and add up the results to determine brightness.