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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
    WKLSNTOPICSUB-TOPICOBJECTIVESL/ACTIVITIESL/T AIDSREFERENCEREMARKS
    1-4 REPORTING 
    51-2Introduction To PhysicsPhysics as a scienceBy 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

     
     3-4Introduction To PhysicsBasic laboratory rulesBy 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

     
    61-2MeasurementsMeasuring length, area volume and massBy 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

     
     3-4MeasurementsMeasuring instrumentsBy 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

     
    71-2MeasurementsMeasuring densityBy 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

     

     
     3-4MeasurementsMeasuring TimeBy 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

     
    81-2ForcesTypes of forcesBy 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

     
     3-4ForcesSurface tensionBy 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

     
    91-2ForcesMass and weightBy 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

     
     3-4ForcesMeasuring ForceBy 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

     

     
    101-2ForcesPressure and forceBy 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

     
     3-4PressurePressure in liquidsBy 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

     
    111-2PressurePressure in gasesBy 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

     
     3-4PressureGanges and siphonsBy 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

     
    121-2PressureApplication of pressure in liquids and gasesBy 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

     
     3-4PressureRevision on question on the topic pressureBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

    Answer questions on pressure

    Questions and answersQuestions in students book 1Comprehensive 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

     

     

    WKLSNTOPICSUB-TOPICOBJECTIVESL/ACTIVITIESL/T AIDSREFERENCEREMARKS
    11-4REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM’S EXAMS 
    21-2Particulate Nature Of MatterStates of matterBy 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

     
     3-4Particulate Nature Of MatterThe Brownian motionBy 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

     
    31-2Particulate Nature Of Matter

     

     

    Diffusion in liquid, gases and solidsBy 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

     
     3-4Particulate Nature Of Matter

     

     

    Revision on Particulate nature of matterBy 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

     
     

     

    1-2Thermal ExpansionExpansion of solidsBy 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

     
     3-4Thermal Expansion

     

     

     

    Applications of expansion in solidsBy 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

     
    41-2Thermal Expansion

     

     

     

    Expansion and contraction of liquid and gasesBy 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

     
     3-4Thermal Expansion

     

     

    ThermometersBy 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

     
    51-2Thermal ExpansionMolecules and heatBy 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

     
     3-4Thermal ExpansionRevision on thermal expansionBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

    Answer questions involving thermal expansions

    Questions

    answers

    Set questionsComprehensive 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

     
    61-2Heat TransferHeat and temperatureBy 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 heatComprehensive 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

     
     3-4Heat TransferConduction of heatBy 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

     
    71-2Heat TransferConvectionBy 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

     
     3-4Heat TransferRadiationBy 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

     
    81-2 REVISIONBy the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

    Answer questions on heat transfer

    Questions

    Answers

    Set questions  
     3-4Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane SurfacesPropagation of lightBy 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

     
    91-2Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane SurfacesThe pin-hole cameraBy 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

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

     

    ShadowsBy 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

     
    101-2Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

     

     

    Reflection of light on plane surfacesBy 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

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

     

     

    Image formationBy 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

     
    111-2Recti-Linear Propagation And Reflection Of Light On Plane Surfaces

     

     

    The application of plane mirrorsBy 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

     

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

     

     

     

    RevisionBy 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 questionsComprehensive 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

     
    12TOPICAL REVISION
    13END OF TERM EXAMINATIONS
    14REPORTS 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

     

     

     

    WKLSNTOPICSUB-TOPICOBJECTIVESL/ACTIVITIESL/T AIDSREFERENCEREMARKS
    11-4REPORTING 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

     
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    12 REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE