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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

 

 

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.Nelkon) pages 142

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

– proof 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.Nelkon) 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

-perfume

-Jars

-Potassium permanganate

-Solvent

-Hydrochloric acid

-Ammonia solution

-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.Nelkon) 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:-

-Attempt  questions in students Book 1

-Discussion

-Demonstrations

-Asking questions

-Answering questions

-Questions

-answer sheet

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

Golden tips physics pages 69-70

Principles of Physics(M.Nelko) pages 164

Past Papers

 
 

3

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

-Define temperature.

-Describe the function 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:-

-Attempt questions involving thermal expansions.

-attempting Questions

 

-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.Nelkon) 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.

-Discussion

-Demonstration

-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..

 

-Discussion

-demonstration

 

-Hand lens

-thermos flask

– candles

-metal plates

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

-Attempt questions on heat transfer.

-Questions

-Answers

-Set questions Physics question bank  
  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 laws 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:-

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

 

– 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  

 

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