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PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM TWO 

TERM I

REFERENCES:

  1. Secondary Physics KLB
  2. Comprehensive Secondary Physics
  3. Principles of Physics
  4. Golden Tips
  5. Teacher’s Book
WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Magnetism and magnetic materials

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Identify magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

 

-Observing attraction and repulsion of magnets.

-Identifying the test for magnetic materials.

-Describing natural and artificial materials.

-Carrying out experiments to identify magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

 

-Magnets

-Nails

-Pins

-Wood

-Plastics

-Tins

-Spoons

-Strings

-Razor blade

-Stand, bosses and clamp

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 1-2

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 442-443

Golden tips physics page 124

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Properties of magnets and the law of magnetism

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the properties of magnets.

-State the law of magnetism.

 

-Investigating properties of magnets.

-Stating the laws of magnetism.

 

-Magnets

-Iron fillings

-Strings

-Stand, bosses and clamp

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 1-2

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 1-4

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 149

Golden tips physics page 124

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

The compass

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct simple compass.

 

-Constructing a simple compass.

 

-Pin/screw

-Magnet

-Cork

-Glass top

-Water trough

-Piece of stiff paper

-Razor blade

-Glue

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 3-5

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 5

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 151

Golden tips physics page 127

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Magnetic field patterns

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe magnetic field patterns.

 

-Plotting the field of a bar magnet using a compass and iron filings

 

 

 

-A compass

-Iron fillings

-Bar magnets

-Can with lid

-Card board

-Sheet of papers

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 3-5

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 6-7

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 444

Golden tips physics page 124-125

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Making magnets by induction and stroking

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-make magnets by :

-Induction

-Stroking

 

-Demonstrating induction

Magnetizing a steel bar by stroking single and double strikes.

-Defining hard and soft magnets.

 

-Bar magnets

-Steel bars

-Nails

-Iron bars

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 6-7

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 19-22

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 441-442

Golden tips physics page 125-126

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

 

Making magnets by an electric current

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Magnetize a material by an electric current.

 

-Magnetizing a steel bar by an electric current.

 

-Insulated wire

-Battery cell

-Steel bar

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 8

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 23-24

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 440

Golden tips physics page 125-126

 
 

5

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Demagnetization and caring for magnets

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the methods of demagnetizing.

-Describe how to care for magnets.

 

-Describing ways of demagnetizing of magnet.

-Explaining how to care for magnets.

-Carrying out experiments to demagnetize and care for magnets.

 

-Battery/cell

-Keepers

-Bar magnets

-Chart on demagnetization and care for magnets

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 8-9

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 25-26

Principles of physics (M.Nelkom) pages 442

Golden tips physics page 126-127

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Uses of magnets

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the uses of magnets.

 

-Describing uses of magnets

-Discussions

-Using magnets

 

-Magnets

-Metallic bars

-Non-metallic bars

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 9

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 27

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 127

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

The domain theory of magnetism

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the domain theory of magnetism

 

-Describing the domain theory of magnetism.

-Explaining the application of the domain theory of magnetism.

 

-Charts on domain theory

-Bar magnets

-Iron fillings

-Test tubes

-Cork

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 9-10

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 17

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 127

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Attempt questions on magnetism.

 

-Questions and answers

 

 

-Questions and project to the students book 2

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 11-12

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 5-6

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 27

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

The vernier calipers

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Measure length using vernier calipers

 

-Measuring length and diameter of various objects using a venier calipers.

 

-Vernier calipers

-Circular containers

-Nail

-needles

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 13-15

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 31-36

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 3-4

 
 

3-4

 

Measurement II

 

The micrometer

Screw gauge

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Measure length using the micrometer screw gauge

 

-Measuring small diameters and thickness using the micrometer screw gauge.

 

-Micrometer screw gauge

-Charts on how to read the scale of a screw gauge

-Wires

-paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 15-17

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 36-40

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 4-5

 
 

8

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

Decimal places, significant figures and standard form

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State numbers in standard form, decimal places and significant figures.

 

-Working out problems in decimals.

-Identifying the significant figures of a number.

-Writing numbers in standard form.

-Question papers Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 17-19

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 40-41

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 8-9

 
 

3-4

 

Measurement II

 

Determining the size of a molecule

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Estimate the diameter of a drop of oil.

 

-Measuring the diameter of an molecule

 

-Oil

-Burette

-Wire

-Trough

-Water

-Flour or pollen grain

-strings

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 6-11

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-21

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 42-44

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 9

 

 
 

9

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Attempt questions involving measurement.

 

-Problem solving

-Identifying values on appropriate scale

-Carrying out a project work

 

-Questions and project in the students book 2

-Questions work sheet

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 21-23

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 46-49

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 10

 
   

3-4

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

The moment of a force

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define moment of force about a point.

-State the SI unit of moment of force.

 

-Defining moment of force

-Calculating moment of a force.

 

-Meter rule

-Knife edge

-Strings

-Spring balance

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 24

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 12-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 50-52

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 13

 
 

10

 

1-2

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

Principle of moments

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and verify the principle of moment

 

-Stating the principle of moment of a force.

-Calculating moments.

 

-Meter rule

-Knife edge

-Strings

-Spring balance

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 24

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 12-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 53-56

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 14-15

 
 

3-4

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

Solve problems involving moments.

 

-Problems solving

-Discussion of correct procedure

-Questions and answers

 

-The exercise in the student book

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 27-28

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 13-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 65-67

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 14-15

 
 

1-2

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Equilibrium

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Identify and explain the states of equilibrium.

 

-Identifying the states of equilibrium.

-Explaining the conditions of equilibrium.

 

-Objects with stable, unstable and neutral equilibrium

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 33

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 17-18

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 15-16

 
 

11

 

3-4

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Centre of gravity

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define Centre of gravity.

-Determine Centre of gravity of lamina objects.

 

-class discussion

-teacher demonstration

 

-Lamina objects

-Plumb line

-pencils

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 30

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 68-76

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 15

 
12  

1-2

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Stability

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and explain the factors affecting stability of an object.

 

-class discussion

 

-Chart showing factors of stability

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 31-33

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 78

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 16

 
 

12

 

 

 

3-4

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Stability

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain where stability is applicable

 

-Explaining the application of stability

-Discussions

 

-Pictures and charts showing applications of stability

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 15-17

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 33

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 79-80

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 16

 
   
13   END OF TERM EXERMINATIONS  
14   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM TWO 2012

TERM II

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Secondary Physics KLB
  2. Comprehensive Secondary Physics
  3. Principles of Physics
  4. Golden Tips
  5. Teacher’s Book

 

 

WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Spherical mirrors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe concave, convex and parabolic reflectors.

 

-class experiment

-Class discussion

 

-Concave mirrors

-Convex mirrors

-parabolic mirrors

-Plane papers

-Soft board, pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 35

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 83

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 102

 
 

3-4

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Parts of spherical mirrors and parabolic surfaces

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe using any diagram, the principle axes, principle focus, centre of curvature, radius of curvature and related terms.

 

-Describing parts of a curved mirrors

-Observing reflection at spherical mirrors

 

-Variety of a curved mirrors

-Graph papers

-Rulers

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 35-37

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 85-87

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 102

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

 

Locating images in curved mirrors and parabolic surfaces

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Use ray diagram to locate images formed by plane mirrors.

 

-Drawing ray diagrams

-Describing image

-characteristics of images

 

-Graph papers

-Soft boards

-Plane papers

-Pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 37-38

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 86

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 103

 
   

3-4

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

 

Characteristics of images formed by concave mirrors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine experimentally the characteristics of images formed by concave mirrors.

 

.Experimenting with concave mirrors.

-Describing the nature of images formed in concave mirror.

 

-Concave mirrors

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 39-40

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 95-100

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 103

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Applications of curved reflecting surfaces and magnification

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define magnification.

-State and explain the applications of curved mirrors.

-State the defects of spherical mirrors.

 

.Explaining magnification and formula in curved mirrors.

-Describing the uses of curved mirrors.

-Asking questions

 

-Curved mirrors

-Exercise in students book 2

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 40-43

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-24

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 104-120

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 105

 
 

3-4

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field due to current

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Perform and describe an experiment to determine the direction of a magnetic field round a current carrying conductor.

 

.Observing and describing the direction of magnetic field round a current carrying a conductor.

-Carrying out experiments.

 

-Compass

-Wires

-Battery

-Ammeter

-Compass needle

-Cardboard

-Screws

-Iron fillings

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 44-47

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 123-128

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 128

 

 
 

5

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field pattern

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determining the magnetic field patterns on straight conductors and solenoid.

 

-Constructing a simple electromagnet.

 

-Soft iron

-Nails

-Compass

-Solenoid

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 47-48

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 128

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 129

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetic Field Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field pattern

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electromagnet.

 

-Constructing a simple electromagnets

 

-Solenoid

-Soft iron

-Nails compass

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 47-48

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 143

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Strength of an electro-magnet

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the working of simple electric motor and an electric bell.

 

-Investigating the factors that affect the strength of an electromagnet.

 

-Battery

-Ammeter

-Different magnetic

-materials

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 48-49

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Applications of electromagnets

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the working of a simple electric motor and an electric bell.

 

-Discussing the use of an electric bell.

-Discussing the use of electric motor.

 

-An electric bell

-An electric motor

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-58

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 23-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 143-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Construction of an electric bell

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electric bell.

 

-Constructing an electric bell.

 

-Materials for constructing an electric bell.

-Chart in electric bell.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 48-49

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Motor effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Experimentally determine direction of a force on a conductor carrying current in a magnetic field.

 

-Experiments on motor effects.

-Flemings rule illustrated.

 

-Magnets

-Wires

-Battery

-Pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 52-53

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 150-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

8

 

1-2

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Factors affecting force on a current carrying conductor

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and explain factors affecting force on current carrying conductors in magnetic fields.

 

-class discussion

-class experiment

 

-Battery

-Magnets

-Wires

-Ferromagnetic materials

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-51

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 27

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

3-4

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Construction of a simple electric motor

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electric motor

 

-Constructing an electric motor.

 

-Source of current

-Wire

-magnets

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-51

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 150-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

9

 

1-2

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electro-Current

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Answer questions on magnetic effects of an electric current.

 

-Questions and answers

-Doing research/projects

 

-Information and exercise in the students book 2

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 58-59

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 28-29

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 152-153

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131-132

 
 

10

 

1-2

 

Hook’s Law

 

Hook’s law

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and derive Hook’s law.

 

-Defining Hook’s law.

-Deriving Hook’s law.

 

-Wire springs

-Masses

-Spring balance

-Graph paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 60-61

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-32

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 158

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 17

 
 

3-4

 

Hook’s Law

 

Spring constant

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine spring constant of a given spring.

 

-Determining the spring constant of a given spring.

-Suspending masses on springs.

 

-Springs

-Meter rule

-Graph papers

-Masses

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 61-63

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-31

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 158-164

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 18

 
 

11

 

1-2

 

Hook’s Law

 

The spring balance

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct and calibrate a spring balance.

 

-Making and calibrating a spring balance.

 

-Wires

-Wood

-Meter rule

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 63-65

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-32

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 165

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 18

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

3-4

 

Waves I

 

Pulses and waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the formation of pulses and waves.

 

-Describing the formation of pulses and waves.

 

-Strings/ropes

-Ripple frank

-Water

-Stones

-Basins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 67

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 173-176

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 87

 
 

1-2

 

Waves I

 

Transverse and longitudinal pulse and waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe transverse and longitudinal pulses and waves.

 

-Distinguishing between transverse and longitudinal waves.

– Pulses and waves.

-Forming pulse and waves.

 

-Sources of transverse and longitudinal waves.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 67-69

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 170-173

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 87

 
 

 

 

3-4

 

Waves I

 

Characteristics of waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define amplitude (A),  the wave length (l) the frequency (f) and the period (T) of a wave.

 

 

-Describing and defining the characteristics of waves.

 

-Ripple tank

-Rollers

-Springs

-Chart showing the characteristics of waves.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 69-71

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 174-183

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 89

 

 
 

 

   

 

         
13   END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS  
14   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM TWO 2012

TERM III

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Secondary Physics KLB
  2. Comprehensive Secondary Physics
  3. Principles of Physics
  4. Golden Tips
  5. Teacher’s Book

 

 

WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Evaluation

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Get the correct responses to the holiday assignments.

 

-Discussions on correct answers to holiday assignment.

 

-Marking scheme for holiday assignment.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 69-71

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 183-185

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 89

 
 

3-4

 

Sounds

 

Production of sounds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Demonstrate that sound is produced by vibrating objects.

 

-Producing sound by vibrating strings, tins and bottles.

 

-Strings

-Tins

-Bottles

-Stick

-Tuning forks

-Nails

-shakers

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 73

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 186-189

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 93

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Sounds

 

Propagation of sounds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Show that sound does not travel in vacuum.

 

-Demonstrating that sound requires a material for its transmission.

 

-Bell jar

-Vacuum pump

-Electric bell

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 74

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 190-193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 94

 
   

3-4

 

Sounds

 

Nature of sound waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the nature of sound waves.

 

-Describing and observing the characteristics of sound waves using the echo methods to find the speed of sound.

-Discussions

 

Open tube

Closed tube

Strings

bottles

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 74-76

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 194

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 93

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Sound

 

Speed of sound

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine the speed of sound in air by echo methods.

 

-Investigating the factors determining the speed of sound.

 

-Stop clock/watch

-Chart on procedure for formulating the speed of sound.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 77-78

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 190-193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 95

 
 

3-4

 

Sound

 

Factors affecting the speed of sound

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State factors that affect the speed of sound.

 

-Discussing how different aspects of nature affect the speed of sound.

 

-Sources of sound

-Solid

-Water

-Air

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 78-79

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 38-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 95

 

 
 

5

 

1-4

 

Sound

 

Revision

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Solve problems involving sound.

 

-Questions and answers

-Carrying out projects

 

-Exercise in the student`s book 2.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 79-80

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 198-203

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 96

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Fluid Flow

 

Structure and turbulent flow

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to;-

-Describe the streamline and turbulent flow.

 

-Discussions

-Observing and defining

Streamline and turbulent flow

 

-Water

-Pipes of varying diameter

-Sheet of paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 81

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 204-208

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 48

 
 

3-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Equation of continuity

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Derive the equation of continuity.

 

-Deriving the equation of continuity

-Discussions

 

-pipes of varying diameter

charts on equation of continuity

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 82

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 210-215

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 49

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Fluid Flow

 

Bernoulli’s effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe experiments to illustrate Bernoulli’s effect.

 

-Illustrating Bernoulli’s effect by experiments.

 

-Paper funnel

-Plane paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 83-84

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 215-221

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon)

Golden tips physics page 49

 
 

3-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Application of Bernoulli’s effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe where Bernoulli’s effect is applied such as in the Bunsen burner, spray gun, carburetor, aerofoil and spinning ball.

 

-Describing the application of Bernoulli’s principle.

 

-Bunsen burner

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 84-87

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 221-231

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 49-50

 
 

8

 

1-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:-

-Solve problems involving the equation of continuity.

 

-Answering the questions

-Discussing answers to assignment

 

-Exercise in the students’ book 2

-assignment

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 88

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 231-234

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 50

 
9-10 1-4 TOPICAL REVISION  
11   END YEAR EXAMINATIONS  
11   END YEAR EXAMINATIONS  
12   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  
WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Magnetism and magnetic materials

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Identify magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

 

-Observing attraction and repulsion of magnets.

-Identifying the test for magnetic materials.

-Describing natural and artificial materials.

-Carrying out experiments to identify magnetic and non-magnetic materials.

 

-Magnets

-Nails

-Pins

-Wood

-Plastics

-Tins

-Spoons

-Strings

-Razor blade

-Stand, bosses and clamp

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 1-2

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 442-443

Golden tips physics page 124

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Properties of magnets and the law of magnetism

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the properties of magnets.

-State the law of magnetism.

 

-Investigating properties of magnets.

-Stating the laws of magnetism.

 

-Magnets

-Iron fillings

-Strings

-Stand, bosses and clamp

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 1-2

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 1-4

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 149

Golden tips physics page 124

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

The compass

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct simple compass.

 

-Constructing a simple compass.

 

-Pin/screw

-Magnet

-Cork

-Glass top

-Water trough

-Piece of stiff paper

-Razor blade

-Glue

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 3-5

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 5

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 151

Golden tips physics page 127

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Magnetic field patterns

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe magnetic field patterns.

 

-Plotting the field of a bar magnet using a compass and iron filings

 

 

 

-A compass

-Iron fillings

-Bar magnets

-Can with lid

-Card board

-Sheet of papers

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 3-5

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 6-7

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 444

Golden tips physics page 124-125

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Making magnets by induction and stroking

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-make magnets by :

-Induction

-Stroking

 

-Demonstrating induction

Magnetizing a steel bar by stroking single and double strikes.

-Defining hard and soft magnets.

 

-Bar magnets

-Steel bars

-Nails

-Iron bars

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 6-7

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 19-22

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 441-442

Golden tips physics page 125-126

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

 

Making magnets by an electric current

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Magnetize a material by an electric current.

 

-Magnetizing a steel bar by an electric current.

 

-Insulated wire

-Battery cell

-Steel bar

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 8

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 23-24

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 440

Golden tips physics page 125-126

 
 

5

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

Demagnetization and caring for magnets

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the methods of demagnetizing.

-Describe how to care for magnets.

 

-Describing ways of demagnetizing of magnet.

-Explaining how to care for magnets.

-Carrying out experiments to demagnetize and care for magnets.

 

-Battery/cell

-Keepers

-Bar magnets

-Chart on demagnetization and care for magnets

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 8-9

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 25-26

Principles of physics (M.Nelkom) pages 442

Golden tips physics page 126-127

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Uses of magnets

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the uses of magnets.

 

-Describing uses of magnets

-Discussions

-Using magnets

 

-Magnets

-Metallic bars

-Non-metallic bars

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 9

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 27

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 127

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Magnetism

 

The domain theory of magnetism

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the domain theory of magnetism

 

-Describing the domain theory of magnetism.

-Explaining the application of the domain theory of magnetism.

 

-Charts on domain theory

-Bar magnets

-Iron fillings

-Test tubes

-Cork

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 9-10

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 1-5

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 17

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 127

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetism

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Attempt questions on magnetism.

 

-Questions and answers

 

 

-Questions and project to the students book 2

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 11-12

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 5-6

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 27

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

The vernier calipers

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Measure length using vernier calipers

 

-Measuring length and diameter of various objects using a venier calipers.

 

-Vernier calipers

-Circular containers

-Nail

-needles

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 13-15

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 31-36

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 3-4

 
 

3-4

 

Measurement II

 

The micrometer

Screw gauge

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Measure length using the micrometer screw gauge

 

-Measuring small diameters and thickness using the micrometer screw gauge.

 

-Micrometer screw gauge

-Charts on how to read the scale of a screw gauge

-Wires

-paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 15-17

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 36-40

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 4-5

 
 

8

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

Decimal places, significant figures and standard form

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State numbers in standard form, decimal places and significant figures.

 

-Working out problems in decimals.

-Identifying the significant figures of a number.

-Writing numbers in standard form.

-Question papers Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 17-19

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 6-11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 40-41

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 8-9

 
 

3-4

 

Measurement II

 

Determining the size of a molecule

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Estimate the diameter of a drop of oil.

 

-Measuring the diameter of an molecule

 

-Oil

-Burette

-Wire

-Trough

-Water

-Flour or pollen grain

-strings

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 6-11

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-21

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 42-44

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 9

 

 
 

9

 

1-2

 

Measurement II

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Attempt questions involving measurement.

 

-Problem solving

-Identifying values on appropriate scale

-Carrying out a project work

 

-Questions and project in the students book 2

-Questions work sheet

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 21-23

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 11

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 46-49

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 10

 
   

3-4

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

The moment of a force

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define moment of force about a point.

-State the SI unit of moment of force.

 

-Defining moment of force

-Calculating moment of a force.

 

-Meter rule

-Knife edge

-Strings

-Spring balance

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 24

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 12-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 50-52

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 13

 
 

10

 

1-2

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

Principle of moments

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and verify the principle of moment

 

-Stating the principle of moment of a force.

-Calculating moments.

 

-Meter rule

-Knife edge

-Strings

-Spring balance

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 24

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 12-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 53-56

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 14-15

 
 

3-4

 

The Turning Effects Of A Force

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

Solve problems involving moments.

 

-Problems solving

-Discussion of correct procedure

-Questions and answers

 

-The exercise in the student book

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 27-28

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 13-14

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 65-67

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 14-15

 
 

1-2

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Equilibrium

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Identify and explain the states of equilibrium.

 

-Identifying the states of equilibrium.

-Explaining the conditions of equilibrium.

 

-Objects with stable, unstable and neutral equilibrium

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 33

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 17-18

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 15-16

 
 

11

 

3-4

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Centre of gravity

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define Centre of gravity.

-Determine Centre of gravity of lamina objects.

 

-class discussion

-teacher demonstration

 

-Lamina objects

-Plumb line

-pencils

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 30

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 68-76

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 15

 
12  

1-2

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Stability

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and explain the factors affecting stability of an object.

 

-class discussion

 

-Chart showing factors of stability

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 31-33

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 15-17

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 78

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 16

 
 

12

 

 

 

3-4

 

Equilibrium And Centre Of Gravity

 

Stability

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain where stability is applicable

 

-Explaining the application of stability

-Discussions

 

-Pictures and charts showing applications of stability

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 15-17

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 33

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 79-80

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 16

 
   
13   END OF TERM EXERMINATIONS  
14   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM TWO 2012

TERM II

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Secondary Physics KLB
  2. Comprehensive Secondary Physics
  3. Principles of Physics
  4. Golden Tips
  5. Teacher’s Book

 

 

WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Spherical mirrors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe concave, convex and parabolic reflectors.

 

-class experiment

-Class discussion

 

-Concave mirrors

-Convex mirrors

-parabolic mirrors

-Plane papers

-Soft board, pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 35

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 83

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 102

 
 

3-4

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Parts of spherical mirrors and parabolic surfaces

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe using any diagram, the principle axes, principle focus, centre of curvature, radius of curvature and related terms.

 

-Describing parts of a curved mirrors

-Observing reflection at spherical mirrors

 

-Variety of a curved mirrors

-Graph papers

-Rulers

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 35-37

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 85-87

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 102

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

 

Locating images in curved mirrors and parabolic surfaces

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Use ray diagram to locate images formed by plane mirrors.

 

-Drawing ray diagrams

-Describing image

-characteristics of images

 

-Graph papers

-Soft boards

-Plane papers

-Pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 37-38

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 18-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 86

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 103

 
   

3-4

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

 

Characteristics of images formed by concave mirrors

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine experimentally the characteristics of images formed by concave mirrors.

 

.Experimenting with concave mirrors.

-Describing the nature of images formed in concave mirror.

 

-Concave mirrors

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 39-40

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-22

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 95-100

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 103

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Reflection At Curved Surfaces

 

Applications of curved reflecting surfaces and magnification

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define magnification.

-State and explain the applications of curved mirrors.

-State the defects of spherical mirrors.

 

.Explaining magnification and formula in curved mirrors.

-Describing the uses of curved mirrors.

-Asking questions

 

-Curved mirrors

-Exercise in students book 2

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 40-43

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 19-24

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 104-120

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 105

 
 

3-4

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field due to current

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Perform and describe an experiment to determine the direction of a magnetic field round a current carrying conductor.

 

.Observing and describing the direction of magnetic field round a current carrying a conductor.

-Carrying out experiments.

 

-Compass

-Wires

-Battery

-Ammeter

-Compass needle

-Cardboard

-Screws

-Iron fillings

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 44-47

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 123-128

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 128

 

 
 

5

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field pattern

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determining the magnetic field patterns on straight conductors and solenoid.

 

-Constructing a simple electromagnet.

 

-Soft iron

-Nails

-Compass

-Solenoid

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 47-48

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 128

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 129

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetic Field Of Electric Current

 

Magnetic field pattern

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electromagnet.

 

-Constructing a simple electromagnets

 

-Solenoid

-Soft iron

-Nails compass

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 47-48

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 143

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Strength of an electro-magnet

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the working of simple electric motor and an electric bell.

 

-Investigating the factors that affect the strength of an electromagnet.

 

-Battery

-Ammeter

-Different magnetic

-materials

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 48-49

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
   

3-4

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Applications of electromagnets

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Explain the working of a simple electric motor and an electric bell.

 

-Discussing the use of an electric bell.

-Discussing the use of electric motor.

 

-An electric bell

-An electric motor

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-58

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 23-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 143-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Construction of an electric bell

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electric bell.

 

-Constructing an electric bell.

 

-Materials for constructing an electric bell.

-Chart in electric bell.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 48-49

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131

 
 

3-4

 

Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current

 

Motor effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Experimentally determine direction of a force on a conductor carrying current in a magnetic field.

 

-Experiments on motor effects.

-Flemings rule illustrated.

 

-Magnets

-Wires

-Battery

-Pins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 52-53

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 150-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

8

 

1-2

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Factors affecting force on a current carrying conductor

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and explain factors affecting force on current carrying conductors in magnetic fields.

 

-class discussion

-class experiment

 

-Battery

-Magnets

-Wires

-Ferromagnetic materials

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-51

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 27

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 131

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

3-4

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electric Current

 

Construction of a simple electric motor

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct a simple electric motor

 

-Constructing an electric motor.

 

-Source of current

-Wire

-magnets

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 49-51

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 25-28

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 150-151

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 130

 
 

9

 

1-2

 

The Magnetic Effect Of Electro-Current

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Answer questions on magnetic effects of an electric current.

 

-Questions and answers

-Doing research/projects

 

-Information and exercise in the students book 2

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 58-59

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 28-29

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 152-153

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 131-132

 
 

10

 

1-2

 

Hook’s Law

 

Hook’s law

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State and derive Hook’s law.

 

-Defining Hook’s law.

-Deriving Hook’s law.

 

-Wire springs

-Masses

-Spring balance

-Graph paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 60-61

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-32

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 158

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages 439-440

Golden tips physics page 17

 
 

3-4

 

Hook’s Law

 

Spring constant

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine spring constant of a given spring.

 

-Determining the spring constant of a given spring.

-Suspending masses on springs.

 

-Springs

-Meter rule

-Graph papers

-Masses

 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 61-63

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-31

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 158-164

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 18

 
 

11

 

1-2

 

Hook’s Law

 

The spring balance

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Construct and calibrate a spring balance.

 

-Making and calibrating a spring balance.

 

-Wires

-Wood

-Meter rule

-Masses

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 63-65

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 30-32

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 165

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 18

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

3-4

 

Waves I

 

Pulses and waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the formation of pulses and waves.

 

-Describing the formation of pulses and waves.

 

-Strings/ropes

-Ripple frank

-Water

-Stones

-Basins

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 67

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 173-176

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 87

 
 

1-2

 

Waves I

 

Transverse and longitudinal pulse and waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe transverse and longitudinal pulses and waves.

 

-Distinguishing between transverse and longitudinal waves.

– Pulses and waves.

-Forming pulse and waves.

 

-Sources of transverse and longitudinal waves.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 67-69

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 170-173

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 87

 
 

 

 

3-4

 

Waves I

 

Characteristics of waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Define amplitude (A),  the wave length (l) the frequency (f) and the period (T) of a wave.

 

 

-Describing and defining the characteristics of waves.

 

-Ripple tank

-Rollers

-Springs

-Chart showing the characteristics of waves.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 69-71

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 174-183

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 89

 

 
 

 

   

 

         
13   END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS  
14   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM TWO 2012

TERM III

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Secondary Physics KLB
  2. Comprehensive Secondary Physics
  3. Principles of Physics
  4. Golden Tips
  5. Teacher’s Book

 

 

WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS  
 

2

 

1-2

 

Evaluation

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Get the correct responses to the holiday assignments.

 

-Discussions on correct answers to holiday assignment.

 

-Marking scheme for holiday assignment.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 69-71

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 34-35

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 183-185

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 89

 
 

3-4

 

Sounds

 

Production of sounds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Demonstrate that sound is produced by vibrating objects.

 

-Producing sound by vibrating strings, tins and bottles.

 

-Strings

-Tins

-Bottles

-Stick

-Tuning forks

-Nails

-shakers

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 73

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 186-189

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 93

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Sounds

 

Propagation of sounds

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Show that sound does not travel in vacuum.

 

-Demonstrating that sound requires a material for its transmission.

 

-Bell jar

-Vacuum pump

-Electric bell

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 74

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 190-193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 94

 
   

3-4

 

Sounds

 

Nature of sound waves

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe the nature of sound waves.

 

-Describing and observing the characteristics of sound waves using the echo methods to find the speed of sound.

-Discussions

 

Open tube

Closed tube

Strings

bottles

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 74-76

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 194

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 93

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Sound

 

Speed of sound

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Determine the speed of sound in air by echo methods.

 

-Investigating the factors determining the speed of sound.

 

-Stop clock/watch

-Chart on procedure for formulating the speed of sound.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 77-78

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 37-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 190-193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 95

 
 

3-4

 

Sound

 

Factors affecting the speed of sound

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-State factors that affect the speed of sound.

 

-Discussing how different aspects of nature affect the speed of sound.

 

-Sources of sound

-Solid

-Water

-Air

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 78-79

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 38-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 193

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 95

 

 
 

5

 

1-4

 

Sound

 

Revision

 

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Solve problems involving sound.

 

-Questions and answers

-Carrying out projects

 

-Exercise in the student`s book 2.

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 79-80

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 39

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 198-203

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 96

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Fluid Flow

 

Structure and turbulent flow

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to;-

-Describe the streamline and turbulent flow.

 

-Discussions

-Observing and defining

Streamline and turbulent flow

 

-Water

-Pipes of varying diameter

-Sheet of paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 81

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 204-208

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 48

 
 

3-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Equation of continuity

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Derive the equation of continuity.

 

-Deriving the equation of continuity

-Discussions

 

-pipes of varying diameter

charts on equation of continuity

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 82

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 210-215

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 49

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Fluid Flow

 

Bernoulli’s effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe experiments to illustrate Bernoulli’s effect.

 

-Illustrating Bernoulli’s effect by experiments.

 

-Paper funnel

-Plane paper

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 83-84

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 215-221

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon)

Golden tips physics page 49

 
 

3-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Application of Bernoulli’s effect

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:-

-Describe where Bernoulli’s effect is applied such as in the Bunsen burner, spray gun, carburetor, aerofoil and spinning ball.

 

-Describing the application of Bernoulli’s principle.

 

-Bunsen burner

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 84-87

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 221-231

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 49-50

 
 

8

 

1-4

 

Fluid Flow

 

Revision

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:-

-Solve problems involving the equation of continuity.

 

-Answering the questions

-Discussing answers to assignment

 

-Exercise in the students’ book 2

-assignment

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 2 pages 88

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 42

Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 231-234

Principles of physics (M.Nelkon) pages

Golden tips physics page 50

 
9-10 1-4 TOPICAL REVISION  
11   END YEAR EXAMINATIONS  
11   END YEAR EXAMINATIONS  
12   REPORT MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

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