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Yearly Plan Physics Form 5 2013

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SMK BANDAR PUCHONG JAYA (A)SCHEME OF WORK FOR PHYSICS FORM 5YEARLY TEACHING PLAN 2013LEARNING AREA: 1. WAVESWeek Learning Area Suggested Learning Activities Learning Outcomes Notes
1(1- 5/1)*
1 Jan (Tue)
 – 
  New Year 2013
1.1UnderstandingWaves.Observe situations to gain an idea of wavesas illustrated by vibrations in ropes, slinkysprings, or a ripple tank.Carry out activities using a ripple tank and aslinky spring to demonstrate:a) that waves transfer energy withouttransferring matter,b) transverse and longitudinal waves,c) wavefronts,d) the direction of propagation of wavesin relation to wavefronts.View computer simulation to gain an ideaof:a) transverse and longitudinal waves,b) wavefronts,c) direction of propagation of waves inrelation to wavefronts for transverseand longitudinal waves.A student is able to :
 
Describe what is meant by wavemotion.
 
Recognise that waves transfer energywithout transferring matter.
 
Compare transverse and longitudinalwaves and give examples of each.
 
State what is meant by a wavefront.
 
State the direction of propagation of waves in relation to wavefronts
Teaching aids
- Slinky spring- Ripple tank - Courseware- Computer animations
CCTS
 
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Relating
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Generating Ideas
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PredictingMakinggeneralizations
Teaching Aids
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Pendulum
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Teaching courseware
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Hand-outdisplacement-timegraph anddisplacement-distance graph.2(6- 12/1)Observe an oscillating system such as asimple pendulum or a loaded spring todefine amplitude, period and frequency.View computer simulations to gain anunderstanding of:a) amplitude (a),b) period (T),c) frequency (f),d) wavelength (
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),e) wave speed (V).
 
definei.
 
amplitudeii.
 
period,iii.
 
frequency,iv.
 
wavelength,v.
 
wave speed.
 
Sketch and interpret a displacement-time graph for a wave.
 
Sketch and interpret a displacement-distance graph for a wave,V = f.
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can be derivedfromv =
s
 
 
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Week Learning Area Suggested Learning Activities Learning Outcomes Notes
Discuss amplitude and period with the aid of a displacement-time graph for a wave.Discuss amplitude and wavelength with theaid of a displacement-distance graph for awave.Discuss the relationship between speed,wavelength and frequency.Discuss to solve problems involving speed,wavelength and frequency.Observe and discuss the effect of:a) damping in an oscillating systemb) resonance in an oscillating system such as
a Barton’s pendulum.
 
 
Clarify the relationship betweenspeed, wavelength and frequency
 
Solve problems involving speed,wavelength and frequency.
 
Describe damping in a oscillatingsystem.
 
Describe resonance in a oscillatingsystem.
Barton’s pendulum or 
computer animation3(13-19/1)1.2Analysing reflectionof waves1.3Analysing refractionof wavesCarry out activities to observe reflection of :a) plane waves in a ripple tank,b) lightc) sound wavesDiscuss the characteristics of the reflectedwave in terms of the angle of reflection,wavelength, frequency, speed and directionof propagation in relation to the incidentwave.View computers simulations on reflection of wavesCarry out activities to observe refraction of a)
 
plane water waves in a ripple tank,b)
 
light waves,c)
 
sound waves.Discuss the characteristics of the refractedwave in terms of the angle of refraction,wavelength, frequency, speed and directionof propagation in relation to the incidentwaves.View computer simulations on refraction of waves.A student is able to :
 
Describe reflection of waves interms of the angle of incidence,angle of reflection, wavelength,frequency, speed and direction of propagation.
 
Draw a diagram to show reflectionof waves.A student is able to :
 
describe refraction of waves in termsangle of incidence, angle of refraction, wavelength, frequency ,speed and direction of propagation.
 
Draw a diagram to show refractionof waves.Reflection of circularwater waves and the useof curved reflectors arenot required.
Teaching Aids
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Ripple tank 
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Computer animation
CCTS
 
RelatingRefraction of waterwaves over straight,concave and convextransparent blocks isrequired.
Teaching Aids
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Ripple tank 
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Computer animation
CCTS
 
Relating
 
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Week Learning Area Suggested Learning Activities Learning Outcomes Notes
4(20-26/1)
*
  24 Jan (Thu) - Maulidur Rasul 
1.4Analysing diffractionof wavesCarry out activities to observe diffraction of a)
 
water waves in a ripple tank,b)
 
light wavesc)
 
sound waves.Discuss the characteristics of the diffractedwaves in terms if wavelength, frequency,speeds, direction of propagation and theshape of waves.View computers simulations on diffractionof wavesA student is able to
 
describe diffraction of waves interms of wavelength, frequency,speed, direction of propagation andshape of waves,
 
draw a diagram to show diffractionof waves.Discuss the effect of size of gap on thedegree of diffraction
Teaching Aids:
LaptopLCD ProjectorRipple Tank Slinky Spring
CCTS
:ObservationComparing
Moral Value:
Appreciate Young’s
Experiment1.5Analysinginterference of wavesUse a slinky spring to present the idea on thesuperposition of waves.Carry out activities to observe interferencepatterns of a)
 
water waves in a ripple tank,b)
 
light waves,c)
 
sound waves.Discuss constructive and destructiveinterference.Discuss
 D ax
 A student is able to :
 
state the principle of superposition
 
explain the interference of waves
 
draw interference patterns
 
interpret interference patterns
 
apply the following formula inproblem solving
 D ax
 
Young’s double slit
experiment may be usedto show interference of light.
λ – 
wavelengthx
 – 
the distance betweentwo consecutive nodesa
 – 
the distance betweenthe two wave sourcesD
 – 
the perpendiculardistance from the sourceto the position where xis measured
5(27/1-2/2)
*27 Jan (Sun)
 – 
Thaipusam
1.6Analysing soundwaves.Discussa)
 
the production of sound by vibratingsourcesb)
 
sound waves as a longitudinal waverequiring a medium for propagationView computer simulations or carry outactivities to observe the effect of :a)
 
amplitude on loudness,b)
 
frequency on pitch.A student is able to :
 
describe sound waves
 
explain how the loudness relates toamplitude.
 
explain how the pitch relates tofrequency.
 
describe applications of reflection of sound waves.
 
calculate distances using the
Teaching Aids
:LaptopLCD Projector
CCTS
:Comparing &ContrastingRelating
Moral Value:

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