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Lesson Plan RSBI

Lesson Plan RSBI

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LESSON PLANSCHOOL UNIT:SMP 2 CILEUNYISUBJECT:SCIENCE (PHYSICS)GRADE:VIIICHAPTER:MOTIONTIME ALLOCATION:2 X 40Standard Competence:Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily lifeBasic Competence:Analyze the data of the linear and un linear experiments and their application in daily lifeIndicators:1.Collect information on quantities of motion in daily life2.Understand the difference between relative motion and apparent motion3.Define the meaning of one motion of an objectMaterialsStudent’s Book Student’s WorksheetStopwatchruler Instructional Process1. Model: DiscussionCooperative learningDirect InstructionTask Assignment2. Approach :Contextual Teaching and LearningIntroduction1.Ask a student to just stand in front of the class and another student to walk around back and forth. Other students are asked to observe and show the results of their observation. The teacher guides the students in finding the answer that one of their friends is at rest and the other one is in motion.2.The teacher writes the main subject on the blackboard “Motion3.The teacher introduces the indicators of learningMain Activity1.Students are asked to talk about the opinion whether it is necessary to identify amotion by directly seeing the movement or not. The students will have variousopinions and the teacher informs them that they will find their own answer throughthe observation activity in the student’s worksheet.2.Let Students sit in a cooperative learning setting and remind them of thecooperative skills that will be trained and how to follow the training.3.Give Students worksheet to students4.Referring to the cooperative learning model, let each group does step by step.Guide each group in accomplishing this activity.5.Introduce tools for measuring temperature and times.
 
6.Introduce to students how to measure temperature and times.7.Ask students in group to use the worksheet on measuring temperature andmeasuring times.8.Let one group present their result and other groups respond to it. Make sure thateach group has known the correct answers.Main Activity9.Give a reward to the group giving a good performance.10.Guide each group in accomplishing the activity.11.Let each group present their result and other groups respond to it. Make sure thateach group has known the correct answers.12.Give a reward to the group giving a good performance.Closing1.The teacher strengthens students understanding by asking one of thestudents to reread the answered2.The teacher give a reward to students who have shown good performance3.The teacher gives home assignments to encourage them to try the activitythemselves.Assignment1. Group AssignmentInstrument1. Group Test2. Homework  Worksheet of Motion
Observe to recognize without seeing
Material :1.a piece of clothProcedure :1.observe your class throughly.2.blinfold your eyes with a piece of cloth3.your friend move a object in your class.4.Your activity is to find your friend.5.Open your blinfold.Analizy :1.Can you identify the object while your eyes blinfolded?2.Note any clues that you use to rezognize the object3.Do you rely on your vision?4.Do you use other senses to preception?5.If there really an objects that was moved, can you explain it?Conclusion : ____________________________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________________________ 
 
Scoring Scheme
 NoScoring AspectsScore1234123Preparationa.Procedure b.Apparatus and mateial are completec.Apparatus and material used by the studentare corretc for achievng the experimentalobjectivesPerforming experimenta.Working in group b.Attitudec.Observation of the object to moved.Explanation of experimentalExperimental resultsa.Collecting information data b.Answering the questionsc.Make a conclusionTotal Score 40
Multiple Choice
 Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 ____1. Which of the following is
not 
a factor in calculating momentum?a.massc.acceleration b.directiond.speed ____2.If you divide momentum by velocity, the result is the value of the object’sa.mass.c.energy. b.direction.d.speed.3. The SI unit of force, named for the scientist who described the relationship between motion andforce, is called thea.newton.c.curie. b.einstein.d.pasteur.4. Which of the following units is used to measure acceleration in free fall?a.m/sc.m/s
2
 b.m
sd.m
2
/s
2
5.Which of the following equations is correct?a.w = mgc.w = g/m b.w = m/gd.w = g + m6. When air resistance balances the weight of an object that is falling, the velocitya.slowly decreases.c.rapidly increases.

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