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Learning Area

1.0

Waves

Learning

objective

1.1

Understanding

waves

1.2

Analyzing

reflection of

waves

1.3

Analyzing

refraction of

waves

1.4

Analyzing

diffraction of

waves

Learning outcomes

Week

Date

Describe what is meant by wave motion

Recognize that waves transfer energy

without transferring matter

Compare transverse and longitudinal

waves and give example of each

State what meant by wave front

State the direction of propagation of

waves in relation to wave front

Describe damping in a oscillating system

Describe resonance in a oscillating system

A student is able to;

Describe reflection of waves in terms of the

angle of incidence, angle of reflection,

wave length, frequency, speed and

direction of propagation

Draw a diagram to reflection of waves

A student is able to;

Describe refraction of waves in terms of the

angle of incidence, angle of reflection,

wave length, frequency, speed and

direction of propagation

Draw a diagram to reflection of waves

A student is able to;

Describe diffraction of waves in terms of the

angle of incidence, angle of reflection,

wave length, frequency, speed and

direction of propagation

Draw a diagram to reflection of waves

12/1 16/1

19/1-23/1

19/1-23/1

26/1-30/1

Remarks

Experiment

Vibration of

spring

1.5

Analyzing

interference of

waves

1.6

Analyzing sound

waves

1.7

Analyzing

electromagnetic

waves

2.0

Electricity

2.1

Analyzing electric

State the principle of superposition

Explain the interference of waves

Draw interference patterns

Interpret interference patterns.

ax

Solve problems involving

D

A student is able to;

Describe sound waves

Explain how the loudness relates to

amplitude

Explain how the pitch relates to frequency

Describe applications of reflection of sound

waves

Calculate distances using reflection of

sound waves

A student is able to;

Describe the electromagnetic spectrum

State that visible light is a part of the

electromagnetic spectrum

List sources of electromagnetic waves

Describe the properties of electromagnetic

waves

Describe application of electromagnetic

waves

Describe the detrimental effects of

excessive exposure to certain

electromagnetic spectrum

A student is able to;

State relationship between electron flow

26/1-30/1

2/2-6/2

2/2-6/2

9/2-13/2

SUKAN

SEKOLAH

flow

2.2

Analyzing the

relationship

between electric

current and

potential

difference

2.3

Analyzing series

and parallel

circuits

Define electric current

Describe an electric field

Sketch electric field lines showing the

direction of the field

Describe the effect of an electric on a

charge

Solve problems involving electric charge

and current

A student is able to;

Define potential difference

Plan and conduct an experiment to find the

relationship between current and potential

difference

Describe the relationship between current

and potential difference

State Ohms law

Define resistance

Explain factors that affect resistance

Solve problems involving current, potential

difference and resistance.

Peperiksaan Pertengahan Penggal Pertama

Identify series and parallel circuits

Compare the current and potential

difference of series and parallel circuits.

Determine the effective resistance of

resistors connected in series

Determine the effective resistance of

resistors connected in parallel.

16/2-20/2

CUTI TAHUN

BARU CINA

Ulangkaji

peperiksaan

pertengahan

penggal

pertama

7 &8

23/2-6/3

9/3 13/3

Pembetulan

kertas

peperiksaan

pertengahahn

penggal Pertama

difference and resistance in series and

parallel circuits and their combinations.

Cuti Sekolah (1 Week)

2.4

Analyzing

electromotive

force and internal

resistance

2.5

Analyzing

electrical energy

and power

3.0

Electromagneti

sm

3.1

Analyzing the

magnetic effect of

a current-carrying

conductor

Define electromotive force (e.m.f.)

Compare e.m.f. and potential difference

Explain internal resistance

Determine e.m.f. and internal resistance

Solve problems involving e.m.f. and internal

resistance

A student is able to;

Define electrical energy

Define electric power

Solve problems involving electrical energy

and power

Compare power rating and energy

consumption of various electrical

appliances.

Compare various electrical appliances in

terms of efficient use of energy

Describe ways of increasing energy

efficiency.

A student is able to;

State what an electromagnet is

Draw the magnetic field pattern due to a

current in a; straight wire, coil and solenoid.

Plan and conduct experiments to study

factors that affect the strength of the

magnetic field of electromagnet.

10

16/3 20/3

11

23/3-27/3

11

23/3-27/3

12

30/3- 3/4

(Good Friday 3/4)

3.2

Understanding

the force on a

current-carrying

conductor in a

magnetic field

3.3

Analyzing

electromagnetic

induction

3.4

Analyzing

transformers

A student is able to;

Describe what happens to a currentcarrying conductor in magnetic field

Draw the pattern of combined magnetic

field due to a magnetic field.

Describe how a current-carrying conductor

in a magnetic field experiences a force.

Explain the factors that affect the

magnitude of the force on a currentcarrying conductor in a magnetic field.

Describe how a current-carrying coil in a

magnetic field experiences a turning force.

Describe how a direct current motor works

State factors that affect the speed of

rotation of an electric motor

A student is able to;

Describe electromagnetic induction

Indicate the direction of the induced current

in a straight wire and solenoid.

Explain factors that affect the magnitude of

the induced current.

Describe applications of electromagnetic

induction.

Compare direct current and alternating

current.

A student is able to;

Describe the structure and the operating

principle of a simple transformer.

Compare and contrast a step-up and a

step-down transformer.

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6/4-10/4

14

13/4-17/4

15

20/4-24/4

Pembetulan

Peperiksaan

Akhir Penggal

Pertama

3.5

Understanding

the generation

and transmission

of electricity

4.0

4.1

State that

Vp

Np

for an ideal

Vs

Ns

transformer

State that VpIp = VsIs for an ideal

transformer.

Describe the energy losses in a

transformer.

Describe ways to improve the efficiency of

a transformer.

Solve problems involving transformer.

A student is able to;

List sources of energy used to generate

electricity.

Describe the various ways of generating

electricity.

Describe of the transmission of electricity.

Describe the energy loss in electricity

transmission cables and deduced the

advantage of high voltage transmission.

State the importance of national grid

network.

Solve problems involving electricity

transmission.

Explain the importance of renewable

energy.

Explain the effects on the environment

caused by the use of various sources to

generate electricity.

Peperiksaan Akhir Penggal 1

A student is able to;

16&17

27/4-6/5

Ulangkaji

peperiksaan

4/5 Cuti Hari

Wesak

17,18

&19

20

7/5-22/5

25/5-29/5

Pembetulan

Electronics

Understanding

the uses of the

Cathode Ray

Oscilloscope

(C.R.O)

4.2

Understanding

semiconductor

diodes

4.3

Understanding

transistors

4.4

Analyzing logic

gates

Describe the properties of cathode rays

Describe the working principle of Cathode

Ray Oscilloscope

Measure potential difference using the

C.R.O

Measure short time intervals using C.R.O

Display wave forms using the C.R.O

Solve problems based on the C.R.O

display.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

A student is able to;

Describe semiconductors in terms of

resistance and free electrons

Describe n-type and p-type semiconductors

Describe the function of diodes

Describe the use of diodes as rectifiers.

Describe the use of a capacitor to smooth

out output current and output voltage in a

rectifier circuit.

A student is able to;

Describe a transistor in terms of the

terminals.

Describe how a transistor can be used as a

current amplifier

Describe how a transistor can be used as

an automatic switch.

A student sis able to;

State that logic gates are switching circuits

in computers and other electronic systems.

List and draw symbols for the following

Kertas

Peperiksaan

21&22

23

31/5-14/6

15/6-19/6

24

22/6-26/6

25

29/7-3/7

State the action of the following logic gates

in a truth table; AND, OR, NOT, NAND,

NOR.

Build truth tables for logic gates in

combination for a maximum of 2 inputs.

Describe applications of logic gate control

systems.

A student is able to;

Describe the composition of the nucleus of

an atom in terms of protons and neutrons.

Define proton number (Z) and nucleon

number (A).

Explain the term nuclide

Use the nuclide ZA X .

Define the term isotope.

A student is able to;

State what radioactivity is.

Name common detectors for radioactive

emissions.

Compare the 3 kinds of radioactive

emission in terms of their nature.

Explain what radioactive decay is.

Use equations to represent changes in the

composition of the nucleus when particles

are emitted.

Explain half-life.

Determine a half-life from a decay curve.

Solve problems involving half-life.

5.0

Radioactivity

5.1

Understanding

the nucleus of an

atom

5.2

Analyzing

radioactive decay

26

6/7-10/7

27

13/7-17/7

CUTI HARI

RAYA

5.3

Understanding

the uses of

radioisotopes

5.4

Understanding

nuclear energy

5.5

Realizing the

importance of

proper

management of

radioactive

substances

Define radioisotopes.

Name examples of radioisotopes.

Describe applications of radioisotopes.

A student is able to;

Define atomic mass unit (a.m.u.)

Describe nuclear fission

Give examples of nuclear fission

Describe chain reactions

Describe nuclear fusion

Give examples of nuclear fusion

Relate the release of energy in a nuclear

reaction with a change of mass according

to the equation E = mc2.

Describe the generation of electricity from

nuclear fission.

Justify the use of nuclear fission in the

generation of electricity.

Solve problems involving nuclear energy.

PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2

A student is able to;

Describe the negative effects of radioactive

substances.

Describe safety precautions needed in the

handling of radioactive substances.

Describe the management of radioactive

waste.

Intensive revision program

Peperiksaan Percubaan

28

20/7-24/7

29

27/7-31/7

30&31

32

3/8-14/8

17/8-21/8

33

34

&35

35&36

24/8-28/8

31/8-4/9

7/9-11/9

11/9-18/9

Intensive revision program

Disediakan Oleh

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21/9 27/9

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