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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Class/Semester : VIII/1

Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Analyze the data of the linear Motion and un linear experiments and their application in daily life 1. Collect information on quantities of motion in daily life 2. Understand the difference between relative motion and apparent motion 3. Define the meaning of one motion of an object 4. Plot a graph of distance versus time based on the experiment results when motion is under constant velocity 5. Plot a graph of distance versus time based on the experiment results when motion is accelerated uniformly 6. Calculate velocity from the graph of distance Learning Model / Approach Time Allocation Reference

LP 5.1

Cooperative 2 Period learning Discussion Task Assignment Cooperative pair thinking and sharing

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Accelerated and Motion 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Explain the relation of form Work and Energy and changing of energy, "work and energy" principle 1. Show energy forms and their examples in daily-life 2. define the meaning of the concept 3. Apply the concept of energy and its transformations in daily-life 4. Differentiate between the concept of kinetic and potential energy. 5. Explain the presence of potential and kinetic energy in a moving thing. 6. Define the concept of mechanical energy 7. Show the concept of the conservation of energy 8. Discriminate the concept of work in Physics from that in daily-life 9. Explain the connection energy and work. Learning Model / Approach Time Allocation Reference Class/Semester : VIII/1

Cooperative 4 Period learning Pair Thinking and Sharing Task Assignment

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Work and Energy 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

LP 5.2

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : . Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Class/Semester : VIII/1

Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Explain the relation of form Work and Energy and changing of energy, "work and energy" principle 10. Show the meaning of Power 11. show the application of power in daily-life. 12. To solve problem that use the sets concept Learning Model / Approach Cooperative pair thinking and sharing Time Allocation 4 Period Reference

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Work and Energy 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

LP 5.3

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Class/Semester : VIII/1

Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Do the experiment with simple Simple Machine machine and their application in daily life 1. Show the using of simple machine tools in daily life such as: lever, wedge, inclined plain, etc. 2. Solve the simple quantitative mathematic of simple machine Learning Model / Approach Time Allocation Reference

Cooperative 3 Period learning Discussion Task Assignment

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Simple Machine 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

LP 5.4

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Apply The Newton Laws to Newton’s Laws explain of phenomenon in daily life 1. Demonstrate the simple of first Newton’s Laws and their used in daily life. 2. Demonstrate the simple of second Newton’s Laws and their used in daily life. 3. Demonstrate the simple of third Newton’s Laws and their used in daily life. Learning Model / Approach Cooperative learning Discussion Task Assignment Cooperative pair thinking and sharing Time Allocation 3 Period Reference Class/Semester : VIII/1

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Newton’s Laws 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

LP 5.5

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Identify the form of force, adding force and influence to the object Force 1. Draw force working on an object proportionally. 2. Draw adding force and subtracting force in the same direction or opposite directions. 3. Investigate friction force on various kinds of surfaces having different roughness, that is, being slippery, moderately rough, and very rough. 4. Show some examples of friction forces those are advantageous or disadvantageous. 5. Compare the weight and mass of an object. Learning Model / Approach Time Allocation Reference Class/Semester : VIII/1

LP 5.6

Cooperative 2 Period learning Discussion Task Assignment Cooperative pair thinking and sharing

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Force 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book

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Level of Education : Subject : Standard Competence : Junior High School Science Understand motion, work, force and energy concepts in daily life Class/Semester : VIII/1

Learning Strategy Basic Competency Topic Indicators Investigate of the pressure in Pressure the solid, liquid and gas with application in daily life 1. Find out the relation between force, pressure and area. 2. Explain height of liquid surface in a U-tube. 3. Describe Pascal’s Law and Archimedes’s law using simple experiment and their used in daily life 4. Show some products of technology which are related with the floating, sinking and flying concepts. 5. Apply pressure concept to solid, liquid and gas into relation nature phenomenon. Learning Model / Approach Time Allocation Reference

LP 5.7

Cooperative 8 Period learning Discussion Task Assignment Cooperative pair thinking and sharing

1. Chapter 5 in Student's Book: Pressure 2. Student’s Worksheet 3. Evaluation Student’s Book