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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
6. Physics by Nelkon
 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 the following 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 various substances. -Work out 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 showing various types 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 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.Nelkon) pages 124 3-4 Pressure Gauges 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: -Attempt 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

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 – 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 Uses of leaf electroscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:- -state the uses of leaf electroscope. -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 -dry cells 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 -dry cells 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 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:- -Attempt questions on cells. -Attempt questions on circuits. -Asking questions -Answering questions -Question papers -answer sheet 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