LESSON PLAN

CURRICULAR STATEMENT
The pupil develops factual knowledge conceptual knowledge and procedural
knowledge on the concept of centrifugation and its role in our life. Observation
,discussion, experimentation and evaluation by questioning participation in
practical work and group discussion.

CONTENT ANALYSIS
TERMS : CENTRIFUGATION
FACTS : 1.Seperation of curd from milk
2.Separation of cream from milk
3.Separation of bloodcells in labs
4.Technique used in washing machine for wetting cloth.
5.kerosene flot on the surface of the water


Name of the teacher : SURIYA.R Standard :
Name of the school : GOVT HSS FOR BOYS KOLLAM Strength :
Name of the subject : CHEMISTRY Duration :
Name of the unit : SEPARATION OF MIXTURES Date :
Name of the topic : CENTRIFUGATION Stage :14
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CONCEPTS
Centrifugation is a process that involves the use of a centrifugal force
for the sedimentation of heterogeneous mixture with a centrifuge. This process is
used for immisible liquids.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Pupil develops,
1. Factual knowledge on the centrifugation by,
* Recalling the various separating methods.
* It is the process of separation o immisible mixture.
2.Conceptual knowledge on centrifugation by,
* Explaining the actual concept of centrifugation.
* Illustrating with examples.
* Use this concept in new or unfamiliar situation.
3.Procedural knowledge on centrifugation by,
* Doing activities with various examples.
* Raising questions about this topic.
4. Metacognitive knowledge on centrifugation and its role in our life by,
* Focusing the idea “Immisible liquids and solids can be separated by the process
centrifugation”.
5.Attitude towards science.



PRE-REQUISITES
Pupil knows already about centrifugation and its applications.
TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCES
1.Materials for the experiment
Showing the video.
2.Chalk board drawing and Activity
Grouping ,discussion ,activity card etc.
CLASS ROOM INTERACTION
PROCEDURE
PUPIL RESPONDS
INTRODUCTION
All of you know milk,what is its
peculiarity,how it terned into curd, can you
separate curd from milk or cream from milk.
Did you assume how this separation takes!!!
What is the principle behind this?
Let we discuss about that……………..
ORIENTATION
Teacher separate the whole class into various
groups.
PRESENTATION

ACTIVITY-1
Teacher take some curd in a pot it will
continuously stirred using kadakkol,showing

the demo centrifugation process and asking
questions.







ACTIVITY -2
Teacher showing the centrifugation process in
a video and some pictures asking the related
questions.






Discussion clues..
1.What happens when stirring takes place?
2. What we can see on the surface ?
3. On what basis this process takes place?
4. What is the name of this phenomenon?








ACTIVITY-3
Teacher giving the activity card with various
examples into different groups and playing a
game with students.








CONCLUSION
Centrifugation is a process that involves the
use of a centrifugal force for the
sedimentation of heterogeneous mixture with
a centrifuge. This process is used for
immiscible liquids.
ACTIVITY CARD
 Separation of components in the crude oil
 Separation of colours in the black ink
 Separation of curd from milk
 Separation of blood cells from blood
 Separation of sedimentation in the labs
 Wetting of cloth in washing maching
 Separation of salt from saltwater


REVIEW
1. What is centrifugation?
2. How density depends on this process?
3. What is the basis of this process?
4. What is the principle behind the process
wetting of cloth in the washing machine?
5. Find two other examples?
6. Name the machine used for this process?
FOLLOW UP ACTIVITY
Find out more examples on centrifugation
related in your day to day life and write it in
your science diary.