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PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK FORM ONE TERM 1-3

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM ONE 

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
1-4   REPORTING  
5 1-2 Introduction To Physics Physics as a science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain what the study of physics involves

Relate physics to other subjects and to technology

Identify career opportunities related to physics

Discussions of value and meaning of physics

Drawing flow charts of the braches of physics

Listing career opportunities related to physics

Chart on definition of physics

Flow charts on branches of physics

Chart on scientific method

List of career related to physics

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 1-2

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 1-3

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 1-6

 
  3-4 Introduction To Physics Basic laboratory rules By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

State and explain the basic laboratory rules

Discussions

Explanation of rules

Chart on standard laboratory rules

Pictures showing dangers of not observing laboratory rules

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 1-2

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 1-3

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 6-7

 
6 1-2 Measurements Measuring length, area volume and mass By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Define length, area, volume, mass and state their symbols and SI units

Conversions

Measuring

Experiment

Counting

Demonstrations

Meter rule

Burette

Pipette

Measuring cylinder

Weighing balance

Rod

Shadow

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 4-8

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 4-6

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 8,22,14,33

Golden tips physics pages 1-7

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 4-9

 
  3-4 Measurements Measuring instruments By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Use measuring instrument accurately

Metre rule, tape measure, beam balance, stop clock, measuring cylinder, pipette and burette

Demonstrations

Reading scales and correcting errors

Meter rule

Pipettes

Burettes

Stop watches

Tape measure

Measuring cylinder, beam balance

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 6-7

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 5-6

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 10,28

Golden tips physics pages 2

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 7-9

 
7 1-2 Measurements Measuring density By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Determine and mentally explain the density of substances

Work our density of mixtures

Solve numerical problems involving density

 

Experiment

Working out answers to problems

Measuring cylinder

Mass weighing balance

Density bottle

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 9-12

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 4-6

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 35-48

Golden tips physics pages 7,10

 

 
  3-4 Measurements Measuring Time By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Determine experimentally, the measurement of time

Experiments with pendulum

Timing events

Pendulum

Clock

Watch

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 12-15

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 6

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 46-47

Golden tips physics pages 8

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 23

 
8 1-2 Forces Types of forces By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Define force and state its SI units

Describe types of forces

State the effects of force

Discussions

Explaining

Demonstrations

Identifying effects of forces

Charts of force

String

Elastic material

Magnets

Water

Greece

Oil spring balance

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 61-19

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 6-10

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 49-68

Golden tips physics pages 11-12

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 64-65

 
  3-4 Forces Surface tension By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Describe experiments to illustrate cohesion, adhesion and surface tension

State the factors affecting surface tension, its consequence and importance

Discussions

Demonstrations

Explaining the effects of surface tensions

Funnel

Water

Wire loop

Tap

Soap/detergent

Comprehensive secondary physicsStudents Book 1 page 19-22

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 6-10

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 63-70

Golden tips physics pages 12

 
9 1-2 Forces Mass and weight By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

State and explain the relationship between mass and weight

Define scalar and vector magnitude

Demonstrations

Discussions

Problems solving on mass and weight

Beam balance

Spring balance

Sponge

Store

Polythene

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 17-22

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 6-10

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 72-75

Golden tips physics pages 7

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 40

 
  3-4 Forces Measuring Force By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Measure weight using spring balance

Solve numerical problems on numerical forces

Discussions

Experiments

Spring balance

Chart on vectors and scalars

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 17-18

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 17-15

 

 
10 1-2 Forces Pressure and force By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Define pressure and state its SI units

Determine pressure exerted by solids

Discussions

Demonstrations

Problem solving

Block of wood

Spring balance

Meter rule

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 6-10

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 6-10

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 82-85

Golden tips physics pages 44

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 119-121

 
  3-4 Pressure Pressure in liquids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Investigate experimentally the factors that affect pressure in liquids (Fluids)

Derive the formula for calculating pressure in fluids

State the principle of transmission of pressure in fluids

Demonstrations

Working out problems

Discussions

Experiments

Communication tubes

Tin with holes at different heights

Waters

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 27-30

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 12-15

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 49-68

Golden tips physics pages 44-45

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkom) pages 121-124

 
11 1-2 Pressure Pressure in gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain atmospheric pressure and its effects

State and explain how pressure is transmitted in fluids

Demonstrations

Explanation of pressure transmission in fluids

discussions

Water/oil

Syringe

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 25-26,30-32

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 12-15

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 115-116,93-100

Golden tips physics pages 45-46

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 124

 
  3-4 Pressure Ganges and siphons By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Describe the working of siphon and pressure gauge

Discussions

Explanations

Questions and answers

Barometer

Bourdon gauge

Syringes

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 31-34

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 13-15

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 113,117

Golden tips physics pages 44-45

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 133

 
12 1-2 Pressure Application of pressure in liquids and gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the working of a hydraulic, braking system of vehicle

Explain the working of mercury and forties barometer, bicycle pump and pressure gauges

Explaining the application of pressure in liquids and gases

Class discussion on the principles of pressure in liquids

Experiments

Chart showing the working of a hydraulic braking system

Model of hydraulic brake system

Barometer

Bicycle pump

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 30-39

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 13-15

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 96-112

Golden tips physics pages 46-47

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 124-132

 
  3-4 Pressure Revision on question on the topic pressure By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Answer questions on pressure

Questions and answers Questions in students book 1 Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 39-41

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 13-15

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 119-123

Golden tips physics pages 54-55

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 138-140

 
13   TOPICAL REVISION  
14   END OF TERM EXAMS  
15   REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

 

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM ONE 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 Particulate Nature Of Matter States of matter By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able

to show that matter is made of up tiny particles

 

 

Demonstration

Discussions of kinetic theory

Beaker

Crystals

Solutes

Solvent

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 42

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 15-18

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 124-128

Golden tips physics pages 68

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 142

 
  3-4 Particulate Nature Of Matter The Brownian motion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Give evidence that matter is made up of tiny particles

Demonstrate the Brownian motion in liquids & gases

Explain the arrangement of particles in matter

Explain the state on matter in terms of particle movement

Experiments

Observations

Discussions

Chalk dust

Transparent lid

Pollen grains

Lens

Beaker

Smoke cell

Source of light

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 43-48

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 15-18

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 127-130

Golden tips physics pages 68

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 148-150

 
3 1-2 Particulate Nature Of Matter

 

 

Diffusion in liquid, gases and solids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain diffusion in gases/liquids and solids

Experiments

Discussions

Promise gas

Jars

Potassium permanganate

Solvent

Hydrochloric acid

Ammonia

Glass tube cotton wool

Comprehensive secondary physics Students Book 1 page 46-49

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 15-18

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 132-136

Golden tips physics pages 69

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 146-147

 
  3-4 Particulate Nature Of Matter

 

 

Revision on Particulate nature of matter By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Answer  questions in students Book 1

Discussion

Demonstrations

Asking questions

Answering questions

  Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 136-138

Golden tips physics pages 69-70

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 164

Past Papers

 
 

 

1-2 Thermal Expansion Expansion of solids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Define temperature

Describe the functionally of various thermometers

Explain the expansion and contraction in solids

Explain forces due to expansion and contraction

Experiments

Demonstration

Experiments

 

Meter rule

Metal rods

Materials that conduct or do not conduct heat

Ball and ring apparatus

Bar gauge

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 50-52

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 139-144

Golden tips physics pages 70-72

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 168,175-176

 
  3-4 Thermal Expansion

 

 

 

Applications of expansion in solids By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Explain the application of expansion and contraction

 

Demonstrations

Discussions

Experiments

 

Charts on the application of expansion

Rivets

Bimetallic strips

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 52-54

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 145,151-153

Golden tips physics pages 73

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 177-179

 
4 1-2 Thermal Expansion

 

 

 

Expansion and contraction of liquid and gases By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Explain the expansion of liquid

Describe the anomalous expansion of water and its effect

 

Discussions

Experiments

Demonstrations

Water

Spirit

Alcohol

thermometer

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 54-56

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 149-155

Golden tips physics pages 72-73

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 182

 
  3-4 Thermal Expansion

 

 

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

Explain the functioning of various thermometers

Describe the functioning of various thermometers

Demonstrations

Discussions

 

Liquid in glass thermometers

Clinical thermometers

Maximum and minimum thermometers

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 56-59

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 155-161

Golden tips physics pages 70-72

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 168-173

 
5 1-2 Thermal Expansion Molecules and heat By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Explain the effect of heat on the molecules of solid, liquid and gases

Discussions

Experiments

Demonstrations

 

 

Solids

Liquids

Air

Source of heat

Containers

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 60-61

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 139-162

 
  3-4 Thermal Expansion Revision on thermal expansion By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Answer questions involving thermal expansions

Questions

answers

Set questions Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 61-62

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 21

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 161-162

Golden tips physics pages 85-86

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 185

 
6 1-2 Heat Transfer Heat and temperature By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

define heat

State the difference between heat and temperature

Definitions

Discussions

Experiments

Materials that conduct heat and materials that do not conduct heat Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 63

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 22-24

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 163

Golden tips physics pages 774

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 168

 
  3-4 Heat Transfer Conduction of heat By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

State and explain modes of heat transfer

Explain factors affecting conduction

 

 

Metal rods

Source of heat

Test tube

Water

Ice in gauge

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 63-67

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 22-24

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 163-186

Golden tips physics pages 74-77

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 234-242

 
7 1-2 Heat Transfer Convection By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Demonstrate convection in liquids

Explain the working of hot water systems, car engine, cooling system and land sea breeze

Explain the molecular application of convection in fluids

Experiments

Discussion

Water

Potassium permanganate

Source of heat

Smoke cell apparatus

Chart on hot water system

Car engine

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 67-69

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 23

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 177-188

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 238-2433

 
  3-4 Heat Transfer Radiation By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Compare absorption and emission of radiant heat

Explain the working of solar concentrators, heat taps and solar heaters

Explain the working of a thermos flask

 

 

Experiments

Making comparisons

Discussions

Explanations

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 70-74

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 18-24

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 187-195

Golden tips physics pages 75

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 246

 
8 1-2   REVISION By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

Answer questions on heat transfer

Questions

Answers

Set questions    
  3-4 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces Propagation of light By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Define opaque, translucent and transparent objects

Describe the types of beams

Perform and describe experiments to show rectilinear propagation of light

Discussions

Experiments

Descriptions

Explanations

Opaque objects

Glass

Greased paper

Card board

Source of light

Screens

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 76-77

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 199-204

Golden tips physics pages 75

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 251-252

 
9 1-2 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces The pin-hole camera By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Explain the functions and principles involved in working of a pin-hole camera

Experiments

Drawing

Discussion

Pin hole camera

Source of light (candle)

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 77

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 211-219

Golden tips physics pages 99

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 252-255

 
  3-4 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

 

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

Describe the formation of shadows

Describe the solar and linear eclipses

Experiments

Discussions

Demonstrations

Explanations

Descriptions

Opaque objects

Chart of the eclipse of earth and moon

Source of light

Screen

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 78-79

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 203-219

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 254-257

 
10 1-2 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

 

 

Reflection of light on plane surfaces By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Verify experimentally the law of reflection

Experiments

Descriptions

Explanations

Discussions

Plane mirrors

Pins

White sheets of paper

Soft boards

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 80-82

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 222-228

Golden tips physics pages 100

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 260

 
  3-4 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

 

 

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

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Locate images in place mirrors and state their characteristics

Experiments

Descriptions

Discussions

Pins

Boards

Protractor

Mirror

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 83-84

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 228-230

Golden tips physics pages 100-101

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 264

 
11 1-2 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

 

 

The application of plane mirrors By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Explain the reflection of light on plane surfaces at an angle

Explain the working of a periscope and kaleidoscope

Experiments

Explanations

Descriptions

Discussions

Plane mirrors

Objects such as candles

Pipe

Card board

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 84-86

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 235-240

Golden tips physics pages 101

 

 
  3-4 Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

 

 

 

Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

solve problems involving the propagation and reflection of light on plane surfaces

 

Problem solving

Questions and answers

Discussion

Set questions Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 87-88

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 28-29

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 241-244

Golden tips physics pages 101-102

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 266-267

 
12 TOPICAL REVISION
13 END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS
14 REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE

 

 

 

 

PHYSICS SCHEMES OF WORK

FORM ONE 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

 

Electrostatics

 

Charging materials by induction and contact

 

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

Explain the charging of materials by induction and contact

Describe origin of charge

State the law of charges

 

Demonstrations

Discussions

Experiments

 

Polythene bags

Thrust

Glass rod

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 89

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 245-250

Golden tips physics pages 133-134

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 264

 
   

3-4

 

Electrostatics

 

Laws of charge

 

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

Describe the electrostatic charge

Explain the electrostatic charge

State types of charge

 

Experiments

Discussion

Observations

 

Rubber

Piece of paper

Glass

Amber

Silk material

Fur

Electroscope

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 89-91

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 245-248

Golden tips physics pages 133

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 509-510

 
 

3

 

1-2

 

Electrostatics

 

The leaf electroscope

 

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

State the unit of charges and construct leaf electroscope

 

 

Discussions

Constructing an electroscope

Experiment

 

Leaf electroscope

Glass rod

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 91-92

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 251-252

Golden tips physics pages 133

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 511

 
   

3-4

 

Electrostatics

 

Charging an electroscope by contract

 

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

charge an electroscope by contact

 

 

Demonstration

Discussions

Experiments

 

Electroscope

Glass rod

Ebonite rod

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 94-96

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 249-250

Golden tips physics pages 134

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 512

 
 

4

 

1-2

 

Electrostatics

 

Charging an electroscope by induction

 

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

charge an electroscope by induction

 

 

Demonstrations

Discussions

Experiments

 

Electroscope

Glass rod

Ebonite rod

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 94-96

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 248-249

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 513-515

 
   

3-4

 

Electrostatics

 

 

Charging an electroscope by separation

 

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

charge an electroscope by separation

 

 

Discussions

Experiments

Descriptions

 

Rods of conductors and no-conductors

Electroscope

Tiles

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 96-97

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 250-251

 
 

5

 

1-2

 

Electrostatics

 

Charging an electroscope by EHT source

 

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

Charge electroscope by an EHT source

 

Descriptions

Experiments

Discussions

 

Rods of conductors and non-conductors

Electroscope

Tiles

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 97

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 29-32

 
   

3-4

 

Electrostatics

 

Revision

 

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

answer questions on electrostatics

 

 

Questions and answers

 

Chalkboard

Text books

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 259-260

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 527-530

Golden tips physics pages 138-139

 
 

6

 

1-2

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Sources of continuous current

 

 

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

state sources of continuous current

 

 

Experiments

Discussions

Demonstration

 

Cells

Acids

Fruits

Solar panels

Petroleum products

 

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 99-100

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 261-265

Golden tips physics pages 140

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 408-409

 
   

3-4

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Connecting an electric circuit

 

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

Draw and set up a simple electric circuit

Identify circuit symbols

 

Identifying circuit symbols

Discussions

Demonstrations

Experiments

 

 

Cells

Wires

Bulbs

Charts on circuit symbols

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 99-101

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 266-273

Golden tips physics pages 140

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 408-409

 
 

7

 

1-2

 

Cells And Simple Circuit

 

Connecting and electric circuit

 

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

Define electric current

Explain the working of a cell

Connect cells in series and parallel

Measure the effective e.m.f

 

Measuring

Demonstrations

Discussions

Experiments

 

Cells

Connecting wires

Bulbs

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 100-101

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 241-273

Golden tips physics pages 140-143

 
   

3-4

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

The measuring of E.M.F

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to measure e.m.f

 

Experiments

Discussions

Measuring

Demonstrations

 

Ammeter

Voltmeter

Switch

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 101-102

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 264

Golden tips physics pages 143

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 409

 
 

8

 

1-2

 

Cells And Simple Circuit

 

Conductivity of materials

 

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

Investigate the electrical conductivity of materials

 

Calculating

Testing

Conductivity

Experiments

 

Conductors

Non-conductors

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 101-103

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 273-275

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages

 
   

3-4

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Measuring current in a circuit

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to measure current in a circuit

 

Measuring

Experiments

Calculating

 

Voltmeter

Ammeter

Switch

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 101-103

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 266-269

Golden tips physics pages 142

 
 

9

 

1-2

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Primary cells

 

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

Describe the working of  primary cells

Explain the defect s of primary cells

Explain how to care for a primary cell

 

Discussions

Experiments

Explaining the defects of primary cells

 

Primary cells

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 104-106

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 276-280

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 409-414

 
   

3-4

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Measuring e.m.f in a primary cell

 

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

Measure e.m.f in a primary

 

Experiments

Discussions

Demonstrations

Measuring

 

Primary cells

Voltmeter

Switch

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 106

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 276-280

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 409-414

 
 

10

 

1-2

 

Cells And Simple Circuits

 

Secondary cells

 

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

Charge a secondary cell

Discharge a secondary cell

Take care of a secondary cell

 

Explanation on charging and maintenance of simple cells

 

Secondary cells

Comprehensive secondary physics

Students Book 1 page 106-109

Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-37

Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 280-284

Golden tips physics pages 140

 
   

3-4

 

Revision

   

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

Answer questions on cells

Answer questions on circuits

 

Discussions

Demonstrations

Asking questions

Answering questions

  Secondary Physics students Book 1 (KLB) pages 287-288

Golden tips physics pages 150-151

Principles of Physics(M.Nelkon) pages 422-423

 
11   END OF TERM EXAMS  
12   REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE  

 

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