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Physics Form 5Yearly Lesson Plan 2010

# Physics Form 5Yearly Lesson Plan 2010

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JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI PAHANGSCHEME OF WORK FOR FORM 5 PHYSICSANNUAL TEACHING PLAN 2010
LEARNING AREA: WAVE
WeekLearningObjectiveLearning OutcomesSuggested ActivitiesNotesMinimum Requirement &Sources
W1
6.1Understanding WavesA student is able to:
describe what is meant by wavemotion.
recognize that waves transfer energywithout transferring matter.
compare transverse and longitudinal wavesand give examples of each.
state what is meant by a wave front.
state the direction of propagation ofwaves in relation to wavefronts.Observe situations to gain an idea of waves asillustrated by vibrations in ropes, slinky springs, orripple tank.Carry out activities using a ripple tank and slinkyspring to demonstrate:a) that waves transfer energy withouttransferring matter.b) transverse and longitudinal wavesc) wavefrontsd) the direction of propagation of waves inrelation to wavefronts.View computer simulation to gain an idea of :a) transverse and longitudinal wavesb) wavefrontsc) direction of propagation of waves in relationto wavefronts for transverse and longitudinalwaves.
JPNP ModuleEx. 6.1Module for excellentP1 : 10P2 (Structured) : 2

WeekLearningObjectiveLearning OutcomesSuggested ActivitiesNotesMinimum Requirement &Sources
W 2
definei. amplitudeii. periodiii. frequencyiv. wavelengthv. wave speed
sketch and interpret a displacement – timegraph for a wave.
sketch and interpret a displacement –distance graph for a wave.
clarify the relationship between speed,wavelength and frequency.
solve problems involving speed, wavelengthand frequency.
describe damping in a oscillating system.
describe resonance in a oscillatingsystem.Observe an oscillating system such as a simplependulum or a loaded spring to define amplitude,period and frequency.View computer simulations to gain andunderstanding of :a) amplitude (
)b) period (
)c) frequency (
)d) wavelength (
λ
)e) wave speed (
)Discuss amplitude and period with the aid of adisplacement- time graph for a wave.Discuss amplitude and wavelength with the aid ofa displacement- distance graph for a waveDiscuss 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 aBarton’s pendulum.
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W3
6.2Analysing reflection ofwavesA student is able to:
Describe reflection of waves in termsof angle of incidence, angle of reflection,wavelength, frequency, speed and directionof propagationCarry out activities to observe reflection of:a)plane waves in a ripple tank,b)light,c)sound waves.Reflection of circularwater waves and the useof curved reflectors arenot required.
JPNP ModuleEx. 6.2P1 : 10

WeekLearningObjectiveLearning OutcomesSuggested ActivitiesNotesMinimum Requirement &Sources
Draw a diagram to show reflection ofwavesDiscuss the characteristics of the reflected wavein terms of the angle of reflection, wavelength,frequency, speed and direction of propagation inrelation to the incidence wave.View computer simulations of reflection of waves.
P2 (Structured) : 2
6.3Analysing refraction ofwavesA student is able to:
describe refraction of waves in termsof the angle of incidence, angle of refraction,wavelength, frequency, speed and directionof propagation.
Draw a diagram to show refraction ofwavesCarry 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 refracted wavein terms of the angle of refraction, wavelength,frequency, speed and direction of propagation inrelation to the incident wave.View computer simulations of refraction of wavesInclude refraction ofwater waves overstraight, concave andconvex transparentblocks.
JPNP ModuleEx. 6.3P2 (Structured) : 6
W46.4Analysing diffractionof wavesA student is able to:
describe diffraction of waves interms of wavelength, frequency, speed,direction of propagation and shape of waves.
Draw a diagram to show diffractionof waves.Carry out activities to observe refraction of :a)water waves in a ripple tank,b)light waves,c)sound waves.Discuss the characteristics of the diffractedwaves in terms of wavelength, frequency, speed,direction of propagation and shape of waves inrelation to the incident wave.View computer simulations on diffraction of waves.Discuss the effect ofsize of gap on thedegree of diffraction.
JPNP ModuleEx. 6.4P1 : 10P2 (Structured) : 2P2 (Essay) : 1W5
6.5Analysing interference Observe a mechanical model such as a slinkyA student is able to:
state the principle of superpositionYoung’s double slit
JPNP Module