CT4.22 – Television

Electronic television is based on the development of the cathode ray tube - CRT

  • 29 November
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Description

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Electronic television is based on the development of the cathode ray tube - CRT - which is the picture tube found in modern television sets.

The earliest version of the CRT was known as the "Braun tube", invented by the German physicist Ferdinand Braun in 1897.


A Summary

 

Minimum Grade Best for students 3rd grade and up
Complexity Level Low
Length 20 minutes / Class
Subject Area Cathode Ray Tube -CRT

Target Audience

We think this material can be understand by students as young as 3rd grade.

Testing?

YES.  This micro-lesson will use 15 minutes to cover the material and 5 minutes of testing. Just like most of our micro-lessons there will be a test after this lesson.

The entire class is 20 minutes long. 15 minutes will be devoted to material and 5 minutes for testing.

You will do great. Don't worry. You can always retest again if you aren't able to achieve 80% or better the first time around.