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Conclusion

You are now an expert on the causes of static electricity and its effects. You will also know that static electricity has many uses.

You must now use your knowledge to design either a superhero or a supervillain that can manipulate static electricity as their main superpower!

Some things to include in your design are:

  • A full summary of what exactly static electricity is, how it is created and how it behaves.
  • A description of at least four superpowers and how they are used.
  • An explanation of how the main superpower works.
  • A way in which the main superpower can be neutralised.
  • Scenarios in which the main superpower gets stronger and weaker.
  • A super cool name for your character!


If you are stuck for ideas the following website might help:

http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/Static_Electricity_Manipulation

Use your ACE Level Ladder to help you plan and undertake your task. Click here to download a PDF copy of the ACE Level Ladder.

 

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