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Objectives At the end of the lesson the students are expected to 1. State the Ohm’s Law. 2. Give the formulas of Ohm’s Law. 3. Solve the diagram using the formula of Ohm’s Law. II.Subject Matter Ohm’s Law Reference/s: Grab, Bernard, Basic Electronics Materials: Visual Aids, Illustrations, Pentel Pen III.Procedure A. Preliminary Activities 1.Daily Routine a. Salutation b. Prayer c. Checking of Attendance d. Collecting and Checking of Assignments e. Reviewing the past lesson 2.Motivation 3.State the Objectives 4.Unlocking of Difficult terms 5.Activity 6.Analysis 7.Abstraction 8.Application 9.Generalization IV.Evaluation Direction: Answer the following problems in a 1 whole sheet of paper. 5 points each. 1. What is Ohm’s Law?
If the intensity of current is the unknown.2. How much electromotive force/volt is needed to force a current of 20 amperes through a resistance of 10 Ohms? 4. then. How much current will pass through conduction whose resistance is 50 Ohms if the applied pressure is 250 volts? 3. . 1.Assignment Direction: Solve the following problem in a ¼ sheet of paper. a voltage is equal to 12 volts while the resistance is equal to 3 Ohms. What is the heat resistance of a 220 volt microwave wire which uses a current of 40 amperes? V.