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Rancangan Pengajaran Harian

# Rancangan Pengajaran Harian

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Name : Suardi Bin NanangMatrix number : D20091035131Subject : ScienceClass : Form 5 BerlianDate : 15 May 2012Time : 9.00 am
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9.45 am (40 minutes)No. of student : 30 studentsLearning area : Electronics And Information and Communication Technology (Ict)Learning objective : Understanding radio waves

LEARNING OUTCOMES : At the end of the lesson, a student is able to:
A: Master content knowledge (cognitive)
1)

Explain the characteristics of wave
B: Master Scientific Skills/TSTS
1)

Give the relationship between velocity, wavelength, and frequency2)

Calculate the velocity of wave by using:
V = f X
λ

C: Demonstrate Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values
1)

Be actively participate in carrying out role play activity based on agreed uponprocedures as a team2)

Appreciate the value of time by carrying out activities to explore the application of work 3)

Able to make correlation between the importance of work in our daily life

Scientific concept:

Wave is always associated with vibration

Vibration produce energy

The
amplitude A
, of a wave is the maximum displacement of a particle from itsundisturbed position

The
wavelength λ
, is a distance between any point and the next identical point, forexample between two consecutive crest or between two consecutive troughs

Frequency f
, is the number of waves generated per second.

The relationship between velocity, wavelength, and frequency is represented by thefollowing formula:
V = f X
λ

Velocity is measured in unit ms
-1
Materials, equipments and resource materials:
a.

Power point slidesb.

Whiteboardc.

Marker Pend.

Note sheet and worksheete.

Wiresf.

Oscilloscopeg.

Signal generator

Phase Content Teaching and learning activities NotesTeacher activities Student activities
Introduction /Eliciting Ideas(5 minutes)

Informationcarried out bywave

Makeconnection to
students’ prior
knowledge onthe concept of wave in ourdaily life

Studentsrespond to
teacher’s
questions

Resources:1.Power point slide2. worksheet

Strategy/Technique:Whole class Q&AEmpower(25 minutes)

The waveassociated withvibration

Vibrationproduces energy

The
amplitude A
, of a wave isthe maximumdisplacement of

Explaining eachof thecharacteristicsof the wave byshowing thediagramrepresentingeach of thecriteria of thecharacteristics

Studentparticipate inlearningprocess

Studentsrespond to
teacher’s
questions

Resources: Power pointslide

Strategy/Technique:Whole class Q&A

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