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SILABUS DAN SISTEM PENILAIAN SMP NEGERI 5 BEKASI RINTISAN SEKOLAH BERTARAF INTERNASIONAL TAHUN PELAJARAN 2012 / 2013

Subject Grade / Semester Standard of Competence


Basic of Competence 3.1. To describe the concept of atoms according to the Bohrs Atom model Topics

: Physics st : VIII (Eight) / 1 Semester : 3. Understanding The Particles of matter


Teaching and Learning Process Studying and learning by using a powerpoint Classroom discussion by asking and questioning process Direct Teaching Indicators From given information, with autonomy and thinking logically,critically, and innovatively student define the meaning of atoms according to the Bohrs atom model Passionate to describe an atoms as electrically neutral entity made of a positively charged called proton, negatively charged called electron, and neutral charged called neutron Character Autonomy, thinking,logically, critically,and innovatively, openned mind, and politely Passionate about learning Technic Written Test Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay Test Find the definition of atoms according to Bohrs atom model! Time Allocation 2 X 40 References Powerpoint Atomic Theory Chemistry Book for Grade VIII Written Test Essay Test Determine by using a bohrs theory, the meaning of proton, electron, and neutron 2 X 40 Internet

Atoms and Bohrs Atom Model

3.2. Explain the differences of isotopes, isotones, and isobars

Isotopes, Isotones, and Isobars

Direct Teaching Classroom discussion by asking and questioning process

Willingness to explain the differences of isotopes, isotones, and isobars according to the amount of protons, neutrons, and electrons with an high confidence. Willingness to explain and has precision and accurate to describe the differences of atoms and ions according to the examples from teacher Confidene to explain the differences between element and molecules according to the amount of atoms

Willingness and confidence

Written Test

Essay Test

From the atoms below, find the isotopes, isotones, and isobars groups!

4 X 40

Chemistry Book for Grade VIII Powerpoint Atomic Theory Chemistry Book for Grade VIII Powerpoint Atomic Theory

3.3. Explain the differences between atoms and ions, element molecules and compound molecules

Ions, element molecules and compound molecules

Direct Teaching Classroom discussion by asking and questioning process Studying by using a powerpoint modules

Willingness, precision and accurate

Written Test

Multiple Choices

The example of ions is ... a. H2 b. O3 c. Cl2- d. CO2

2 X 40

Confidence

Written Test

Multiple Choices

The example of element is ... a. H2 b. O3 c. Cl d. CO2

1 X 40

Basic of Competence

Topics

Teaching and Learning Process

Indicators Willingness to explain the differences between element and compound molecules according to the amount of atomic types

Character Willingness

Technic Written Test

Assesment Instrument Example of items Multiple Choices The example of compound is ... a. H2 c. O3 b. Cl d. CO2

Time Allocation 1 X 40

References Chemistry Book for Grade VIII

3.4. Identify the benefits of ions and molecules in foods and beverages

Ions and Molecules in Foods and beverages

Classroom discussion by asking and questioning process Studying by using a powerpoint modules and browsing to the internet

Present the example of benefits the ions and molecules in foods and beverages from the informations gathered with confidenceand courtesy

confidenceand courtesy

Porto-folio

Paper about the benefits of ions and molecules in foods and beverages

Makes a paper about the benefits of ions and molecules in foods and beverages in your daily life

2 X 40

Chemistry Book for grade VIII Internet

Bekasi, July 9th 2012 Acknowledge Principle of SMP Negeri 5 Bekasi Physics Teacher

H. Sahroni, S.Pd, M.Pd NIP. 19660617 199412 1 002

Cipta Tri Asmoro, S.Pd

Standard of Competence
Basic of Competence 4.1 Analyze the observations data of Uniform Linear Motion and its implementation in our daily life Topics

: 4. Understanding the concepts of motion, work, energy, and force in our daily life
Teaching and Learning Process Direct Teaching Demonstrating the differences between distance and displace\ment Doing observation about Uniform Linear Motion Doing a linear accelerated motion demonstration and observation Doing an experiment of ULM and LAM using a ticker timer Drawing a graphic of distance vs time taken Indicators Has a high confidence and willingness to demonstrate the velocity as a displacement per time taken Define the acceleration as velocity changes per time taken with thinking logically and precisely Determine the differences between Uniform Linear Motion and Linear Accelerated Motion through an experiment using a ticker timer with cooperative manner Precision and accurate to makes a graphic of distance vs time taken and using a gradient to determine the speed or velocity of an object Preserverence and curious to define the distance travels as a multiple result of speed and time taken for an object which moves with Uniform Linear Motion Thingking logically, creatively, and innovatively to distinguish the rest object, the moving object with constant speed, and the moving object with nonconstant speed from the graphic form of speed vs time taken Character confidence and willingness Technic Written Test Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay Test Rudi moves to the north 4 m in 2 s. and turn to the west 6 m in 2 s. Determine the velocity and speed of Rudi? A car moves with initial velocity 20 km/h, in 2 s, the velocity raise into 60 km/h. determine the acceleration of car? Gives each 3 examples of ULM and LAM in our daily life! Time Allocation 2 X 40 References Powerpoint Motion Physics Book for Grade VIII

Uniform Linear Motion and Linear Accelerated Motion

thinking logically and precisely

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

cooperative

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

Precision and accurate

Written Test

Essay Test

Using a graph, determine the velocity of an object which moves multiple times from: 1. 20 m in 2 s 2. 15 m in 4 s Determine the time travel of a car which moves with 75 km/h in 30 minutes?

2 X 40

Preserverence and curious

Written Test

Multiple Choices

2 X 40

Thingking logically, creatively, and innovatively

Written Test

Essay Test

v C D

2 X 40

t A B From the graphic above, Determine the point when the condition of an object : a. at rest b. moving with constant speed c. moving with non-constant speed

Basic of Competence

Topics

Teaching and Learning Process

Indicators Accurate in calculate the area below the graphic of speed vs time to determine the distance of an object and has a autonomous character

Character Accurate and autonomous

Technic Written Test

Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay Test

Time Allocation 2 X 40

References Powerpoint Motion Physics Book for Grade VIII

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Determine the total distance of an object according to the graphic above Willingness to distinguish the moving object with a Linear Accelerated Motion 4.2 Explain the relation of energy form and its transformation, the principle of work and energy also its implementation in daily life Work and Energy Literate study to describing the definition of energy and kinds of energy Literate study to gives an example of transformation energy Direct Teaching Comparing the kinetic energy and potential energy Finding information about energy conservations law Doing experiment to find the relation among power, work, and speed Confidence and autonomous to shown the comprehension that an object has an energy because its position or its motion and the energy can moved, saved, or changed. Confidence and autonomous to gives the examples of energy in many forms such as a kinetic energy, gravitation, chemical, potential, nuclear, electricity, lights, and sound energy Confidence and autonomous to gives a examples of energy conservations law from one form to another Thinking logically and simple to describe the use of simple machine and the mechanical advantages due an experiment Willingness Written Test Essay Test Gives an example about linear accelerated motion in our daily life Determine the transformations energy of the accumulator 2 X 40

Confidence and autonomous

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

Physics Book for Grade VIII Powerpoint Work and Energy

Confidence and autonomous

Porto-folio

A paper about forms of energy in daily life

Makes a paper about implementations forms of energy such as a kinetic energy, gravitation, chemical, potential, nuclear, electricity, lights, and sound energy Gives a example in our daily life thats the energy is conserve!

4 X 40

Confidence and autonomous

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

4.3 To do an experiment about simple machines and its implementation in our daily life

Simple Machine

Direct Teaching Studying by using a powerpoint modules Doing an experiment about simple machine for determine its mechanical advantages

Thinking logically and simple

Porto-folio

Experiment Reports

Makes an report from your experiment about simple machines. Determine the kinds of simple machines and determine its mechanical advantages Gives an examples of the simple machine in our daily life

4 X 40

Powerpoint Simple Machine Physics Book for Grade VIII

Precise to identify the simple machine in our daily life

Precise

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

Basic of Competence 4.4 Applied the Newtons Law to explain many phenomenon in daily life

Topics Force and Newtons Law

Teaching and Learning Process Direct Teaching Doing demonstration of Newtons I,II, and III laws Applicating the Newtons Law in a daily life

Indicators Autonomy in demonstrate the force as a causes the alteration of motions object and work with high cooperatives Thinking logically, precisely and has a passion to evaluate that the greater forces will cause the motion increase. Thinking logically to evaluate that the movement of an object is a result of the combination effect of forces exerted to the object Precisely and accurately to evaluate that the frictions force cause the movement of an object slower with thinking logically

Character Autonomy and cooperative

Technic Experiment

Assesment Instrument Example of items Product result test Do the experiments to approved the Newtons Law!

Time Allocation 4 X 40

References Powerpoint Force and Newtons Law Physics Book for Grade VIII

Thinking logically, precisely and has a passion

Experiment

Product result test

Do the experiments to determine the relation among force, acceleration and mass of an object Makes an report from your experiment about the resultant of forces that exerted an object

2 X 40

Thinking logically

Experiment

Experment reports

2 X 40

Precisely and accurately, thinking logically

Written Test

Essay Test

The object which move in a rough table has mass 50 kg, if the kinetic friction of the table is 0,8. Determine the force is needed to move the object with acceleration 2 m/s2! Gives an examples of the 3rd Newtons Law

2 X 40

Thinking logically,critically, creatively, and innovatively to evaluate that in every action theres always a reaction which has the same magnitude but difference in direction 4.5 Investigate the pressure on a solid, liquid, and gas object and its implementation in our daily life Pressure Finding the concept of pressure through the literate study Doing a simple experiment about relation of forces and area of an object and its effects to the pressure Doing a simple demonstration using a simple mercurial barometer Thinking logically,creatively, critically, and innovatively in Associating (without calculating) the pressure with the force and area, with using the appropriate example Applied the formula of pressure p = F/A with precisely and accurate

Thinking logically,critically, creatively, and innovatively

Written Test

Essay Test

2 X 40

Thinking logically,creatively, critically, and innovatively

Experiment

Product result test

Do the experiment by using nail, wood and soil

2 x 40

Powerpoint Pressure Physics Book for Grade VIII

precisely and accurate

Written Test

Essay Test

Determine the pressure of iron cubes which has a volume 8 m3 and forces 10 N?

2 x 40

Basic of Competence

Topics

Teaching and Learning Process Doing a simple demonstration using a divot cylinder to shown the relation of holes (droppoint) position and the density of liquid Doing a simple demonstration using a manometer

Indicators Confidence to Describe the simple mercurial barometer and its using in measuring the atmospheric pressure Thinking logically and critically in Associating (without calculating) the pressure under surface of liquid object and the density of liquid also the position of droppoint using an appropriate examples Thinking logically, critically, creatively, and innovatively to Applied the hydrostatic formula p=gh to calculated the pressure of drop-point under the surface of liquid Thinking logically, critically, creatively, and innovatively in Applied and describe the procedure of manometer

Character Confidence

Technic Experiment

Assesment Instrument Example of items Experiment Reports Makes an experiment reports after using a simple mercurial barometer to measure the atmospheric pressure Which position of drop-point has a longest distance of water for the demonstration?

Time Allocation 2 x 40

References

Powerpoint Pressure Physics Book for Grade VIII

Thinking logically and critically

Written Test

Essay Test

2 x 40

Thinking logically, critically, creatively, and innovatively

Written Test

Essay Test

Determine the pressure of the drop-point which has a height 10 cm and the density of liquid is 1 gr/cm3?

2 x 40

Thinking logically, critically, creatively, and innovatively

Written Test

Essay Test

Gives a example of implementation of manometer in our daily life

2 x 40

Bekasi, July 9th 2012 Acknowledge Principle of SMP Negeri 5 Bekasi Physics Teacher

H. Sahroni, S.Pd, M.Pd NIP. 19660617 199412 1 002

Cipta Tri Asmoro, S.Pd

SILABUS DAN SISTEM PENILAIAN SMP NEGERI 5 BEKASI RINTISAN SEKOLAH BERTARAF INTERNASIONAL TAHUN PELAJARAN 2012 / 2013

Subject Grade / Semester Standard of Competence


Basic of Competence 6.1 Describe the concept of vibration and waves and its parameters Topics

: Physics nd : VIII (Eight) / 2 Semester : 6. Understanding The Concept and Implementation of Vibration, Waves, and Optics in technology products in our daily life
Teaching and Learning Process Demonstration the vibration using a spring vibration and simple pendulum to define the meaning of vibration, frequency, time period and amplitude Demonstration the simple waves using a bound wire, spring, and ripples tank Demonstration the transverse waves using a bound wire Demonstration the longitude waves using a spring Browsing to the internet to find the meaning of waves speed, waves length, amplitude and waves frequency Indicators Describe the concept of vibration through the demonstration of spring vibration and simple pendulum Character Thinking logically, and critically Technic Written Test Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay Test What is the meaning of : a. vibration b. frequency c. time period d. amplitude Why we cant hear any voice if our ears closed? Time Allocation 4 x 40 References Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module vibration and wave

Vibration and Waves

Explain the concept of waves as the travelling vibration or the travelling energy in a certain medium Describe the concept of waves motion by demonstrate the waves using a vibration wire, spring and ripples tank. Demonstrate the meaning of transverse and longitude waves

Precision and curiosity

Written Test

Essay Test

2 x 40

Thinking logically, and critically

Written Test

Essay Test

Why the ripples of water called the example of waves?

2 x 40

Precision and curiosity

Written Test

Essay Test

Determine the differences between longitudinal and transversal waves If a waves has length 60 m and its moves with 100 m/s in speed. Determine the waves frequency? Makes a paper about earthquakes including the causion factors

2 x 40

Explain the meaning of waves speed, frequency, waves length, and waves amplitude 6.2 Describe theprocess of earthquakes and tsunamis Earthquake and Tsunamis Classroom discussion by asking and questioning process Browsing to the internet to find the information of earthquakes and tsunamis Describe qualitatively that the earthquakes is the natural phenomenon of travelling energy which travelled by the waves under the ground surface

Thinking logically, and critically Open minded, curiosity, and cooperative

Written Test

Essay Test

4 x 40

Porto-folio

A paper about earthquakes

2 X 40

Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module earthquakes and Tsunamis

Basic of Competence

Topics

Teaching and Learning Process Studying by using a powerpoint modules

Indicators Describe qualitatively the definition of tsunami and causion factors

Character Open minded, curiosity, and cooperative Open minded, curiosity, and cooperative Industious

Technic Porto-folio

Assesment Instrument Example of items A paper about tsunami Essay Test Makes a paper about tsunami including the causion factors

Time Allocation

References

Explain the relation between seaquakes and causes of tsunami

Written Test

Write the process of Tsunamis?

6.3 Describe the concept of sound in our daily life

Sound

Gathering information from internet or nother refrences Doing a demonstration which shows the characteristic of longitudinal wave Discussing the compression and expansion medium Demonstrate the characteristic of sound that needs a medium to travels Discussing the magnitude of speed sounds in matter through animation in powerpoint module or pHet programs Doing experiment that shows the law of light refraction Doing experiment to proved the image of object which formed by a plane mirror Doing an experiment to determine the focus position of concave and convex mirror Doing experiment to proved the formula Demonstrate the law of refraction using a simple apparatus

Describe the occurred of the vibration sources Describe the characteristic of longitudinal waves and explain the compression and expansion medium Show through demonstrating or another medium thats the sound needs a medium to travels Describe the magnitude order of speed sounds in gas, liquid and solid matters

Written Test Written Test

Essay test

Determine the example of vibration sources Determine the characteristic of longitudinal waves

1 x 40

Thinking logically, and critically

Essay test

3 x 40

Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module Sound

Open minded, curiosity, and cooperative Thinking logically, and critically

Portofolio

A paper of medium sound Essay test

Doing a paper about the medium of sound

2 x 40

Written Test

Determine the differences of speed sound in gas and liquid

2 x 40

6.4 Investigating the characteristic of light and its connection with the mirrors and lens

Light

Proved the law of light reflection through demonstration or experiment Describe through the experiment to determine the position of image which formed by a plane mirror Describe through the experiment to determine the focus position of concave and convex mirror Draw the formation, measurement, and calculation an image of concave and convex mirror

Precision and accurate

Written test

Essay Test

What is the law of light reflection

2 x 40

Precision and accurate

Written test

Essay Test

The distance of an object 2cm from plane, determine the distance of image The distance of object 2 cm and the image 3cm. determine the focus of convex mirror The focus of convex lens is 10 cm, determine the distance of object if the image 2 cm

2 x 40

Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module Light

Precision and accurate

Written test

Essay Test

2 x 40

Thinking logically and critically

Written test

Essay test

4 x 40

Basic of Competence

Topics

Teaching and Learning Process Using the formula to determine the focus position of concave and convex lens Doing an experiment and calculation to determine the image from convex and concave lens Discussing the difference between real and virtual image through an experiment

Indicators Proved the law of light refraction through demonstration or experiment Explain the meaning of refraction index of medium Describe the experiment to determine the focus position of concave and convex lens Provide the formation, measurement, and calculation of an image from convex and concave lens through the experiment Describe the definition of real and virtual image

Character Thinking logically and critically Open minded

Technic Written test

Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay test What is the law of light refraction

Time Allocation 4 x 40

References Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module Light

Written test Portofolio

Essay test

Determine the refraction index of water! Makes a paper about the focus position of concave and convex lens Determine the image formed in concave lens which has focus 15 cm and the distance of object 20 cm

2 x 40

Precision and accurate Written Test

Paper of concave and convex lens Essay Test

4 x 40

Precision and accurate

6 x 40

Thinking logically and critically Open minded and curious Open minded and curious Open minded and curious Open minded and curious

Written Test

Essay Test

Determine the differences of real and virtual image

2 x 40

6.5 Describe the optical instruments and its implementation in daily life

Optical Instruments

Gathering information about the principle of eyes as a natural optical instruments Gathering information about the principle of glasses Observe the magnifying glass to know its principle and its characteristic Gathering information about the principle of microscope

Explain the principle of eyes as a natural optical instruments Explain the principle of glasses

Written test Written test Written test Written test

Essay test

Determine the function of irish in eyes Determine the characteristic of formed image in glasses Determine the function of oculer lens in microscope Whats the differences between telescope and microscope

2 x 40

Essay test

2 x 40

Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module Optical Instrument

Explain the principle of Magnifying glass through the observation Explain the principle of microscope Explain the principle of telescope

Essay test

2 x 40

Essay test

2 x 40

Acknowledge Principle of SMP Negeri 5 Bekasi

Bekasi, July 9th 2012 Physics Teacher

H. Sahroni, S.Pd, M.Pd NIP. 19660617 199412 1 002

Cipta Tri Asmoro, S.Pd

Standard of Competence
Basic of Competence 7.1 Describe the differences between natural addictives substance and chemical substance and its characteristic Topics

: 7. Understanding The Function of Chemical Substance in Daily Life


Teaching and Learning Process Browsing the internet about the addictives substance and its examples Discussing about natural addictives substances and artificial addictive substances Discussing the characteristic of addictives substance Discussion the chemical addicive substance in foods and beverages Indicators Gained information from many sources about chemical substances which belongs to addictives substance Describe the differences of natural and artificial addictives substances Character Industious and precision Technic Written test Assesment Instrument Example of items Essay test Determine the example of chemical substance that belong to addictives substance Time Allocation 2 x 40 References Pysics book grade 8 and powerpoint module Optical Instrument

Chemical Household

Thinking logically and critically Open minded, curiousity

Written test

Essay test

Determine the differences of natural and artificial addictive substance Determine the characteristic of addictives substance

1 x 40

From many sources, the student gives the characteristic of addictives substance To diferentiate the natural and chemical addictive substance in foods and beverages using an addictives substance lists

Written test

Essay test

1 x 40

Thinking logically and critically

Written test

Essay test

Determine the differences of natural and artificial addictive substance

1 x 40

7.2 Describe and communicate the useful and side effects of addictive substance in foods and beverages

Addictive Substance

Discussion the useful and side effects of addictive substance in foods and beverages Observe the kinds of secure addictives substance from foods and beverages

Gives the description and communicated the useful and side effects of addictive substance in foods and beverages According to the useful and side effects of addictive substance, the student can choose the foods and beverages with secure addictive Gained the information about chemical substances which counted to the psychotropic substance Describe the characteristic of psychotropic substance Gives the description of negative effects if using a psychotropic substance through the examples abuse of psychotropic substance

Open minded and curious

Written test

Essay test

Write the useful and side effect of addictive substance

2 x 40

Precision and Open minded

Written test

Essay test

Gives an example of addictives substance in foods and beverages

2 x 40

Chemistry book grade 8 and powerpoint module addictive substance

7.3 Describe the characteristic of Psychotropic substance

Psycho tropic substance

Gathering the information about psychotropic substance Discussing the characteristic of psychotropic substance

Honest, industrious

Written test

Essay test

Gives an example of implementation psychotropic in our daily life Determine the characteristic of psychotropic substance

1 x 40

Open minded

Written test

Essay test

1 x 40

Chemistry book grade 8 and powerpoint module psychotropic substance Chemistry book grade 8 and powerpoint module psychotropic

7.4 Describe the negative effects of psychotropic substance

Negative effects of psycho tropic substance

Discussing through students presentation about negative effect of psychotropic substances

Thinking logically, critically, creatively

Portofolio

A Paper of negative effects of psychotropic substance

Makes a paper about negative effect of psychotropic effect

2 x 40

Basic of Competence 7.5 Avoided ourself from the addictives and psychotropics substance negative effects

Topics Addictive and psycho -tropic substance

Teaching and Learning Process Asking an questioning to the student about the act to avoided of using psychotropic substance Discussing the difference between addictive and psychotropic substances

Indicators Through the example abusement of psychotropic substance and the others information, the student has a solid determination to avoided of using psychotropic substance Explain the difference between the addictive and psychotropic substance

Character Having healthy lifestyle Open minded and emphaty

Technic Portofolio Written test

Assesment Instrument Example of items A paper about how to avoided of using psychotropic substance Essay test Makes your own paper about avoid of using the psychotropic substance Determine the difference between addictive and psychotropic substance

Time Allocation 1 x 40

References Chemistry book grade 8 and powerpoint module addictive and psychotropic substance

1 x 40

Acknowledge Principle of SMP Negeri 5 Bekasi

Bekasi, July 9th 2012 Physics Teacher

H. Sahroni, S.Pd, M.Pd NIP. 19660617 199412 1 002

Cipta Tri Asmoro, S.Pd