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**YEAR 8/ SEMESTER 1 – 2012/2013
**

SCIENCE (PHYSICS)

No

1

Graduate Competence

Standard

Understanding kinds of

particles and their properties.

Year

8

Standard of

Competence

2. Understanding

the concept of

particles

Basic Competence

2.1. Describing atoms,

ions and molecules

**Describing and analyzing
**

motion, force, and work and

energy.

8

3. Understanding

concept of

motion,

contribution of

work, force and

energy in daily

life.

Number

of Test

1

**2. Given many examples of
**

substances in a table, students are

able to identify element

molecules, compound and element

1. Given a graph of linear motion,

students are able to determine the

distance.

MC

2,3

MC

4

**2. Given an information about speed,
**

students are able to determine the

acceleration.

3. Given velocity and time, students

are able to determine the

acceleration.

MC

5

MC

6

**4. Given a graph of velocity versus
**

time, students are able to

determine deceleration.

5. Given a motion graph, students

are able to interpret the graph of

speed against time.

1. Given a table, students are able to

MC

7

MC

8

MC

9

Indicator

**Atom, Ion and
**

molecule

**1. Given properties of atoms, ions,
**

and molecules, students are able to

determine atoms, ions, or

molecules

2.2. Comparing element

molecules and

compound

molecules

2

MC/

Essay

MC

Topic

Motion

Work and

30

MC 18 Indicator describe work. students are able to determine the ideal mechanical advantage of a pulley system. height. students are able to determine potential energy. Given information about speed and mass. MC 10 MC 11 MC 12 MC 13 MC 14 MC 15. 6. Given a figure of simple machines. students are able to describe the propperties of kinetic energy. students are able to determine the work. Given information about mass. Given a figure of a pulley system. Using a figure. students are able to determine the ideal mechanical advantage of a ramp. 16 MC 17 1. students are able to identify the phenomena based on Newton’s First Law.No Graduate Competence Standard Year Standard of Competence Basic Competence Topic Energy Simple Mechine Newton’s Law MC/ Essay Number of Test 2. 4. Given force and displacement. acceleration due to gravitation. Given the definition of energy kinetic in a table. Given some phenomena. 3. 5. 1. students are able to describe the mechanical energy of a falling object. students are able to determine the kinetic energy. 2. 31 ..

32 . students are able to determine the resultant force in straight lines having opposite direction. 2. 23 MC 25 MC 24 1. Based on a figure. 21 MC 22. students are able to determine the force based on Newton’s Second Law. students are able to determine the hydrostatic pressure. Given a figure. Given a figure. 2. students are able to determine the resultant force in straight lines having the same direction. students are able to determine the force based on Newton’s Third Law 1.No Graduate Competence Standard Year Standard of Competence Basic Competence Topic Indicator MC/ Essay Number of Test 19 MC 20. Given the mass and position of an object in a liquid and acceleration due to gravitation. Given a figure. Force Pressure 2.

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