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Understanding base able to: quantities and quantities quantities-

quantities and derived explain derived are: length kuantiti asas

quantities what base quantities. (l), mass(m), Derived

THE MALAY COLLEGE KUALA KANGSAR quantities time (t), quantities

YEARLY LESSON PLAN FOR 2014 and From a text temperature kuantiti

derived passage, (T) and terbitan

PHYSICS

quantities identify current (I) Length-

FORM 4 are physical panjang

LEARNING AREA: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS list base quantities then Suggested Mass jisim

quantities classify them derived Temperature

and their into base quantities: suhu

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary units quantities and force (F) Current arus

Objective Outcomes Activities list derived Density ( Force daya

1 INTRODUCTION some quantities. ) , volume (V) Density

2 1.1 A student is Observe derived and velocity ketumpatan

Understanding able to: everyday quantities List the value (v) Volume

Physics exp objects such as and their of prefixes and More isipadu

lain what table, a pencil, units. their complex Velocity -

physics is a mirror etc abbreviations derived halaju

and discuss hoe express from nano to quantities

they are quantities giga, eg. nano may be

recogniz related to using (10-9), discussed

e the physics prefixes. nm(nanometer)

physics in concepts. express

everyday quantities Discus the use

objects View a video on using of scientific

and natural natural scientific notation to

phenomena phenomena and notation express large

discuss how and small

they related to numbers.

physics

concepts.

Discuss fields

of study in

physics such as

forces, motion,

heta, light etc.

1

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary consistency and rawak

Explai accuracy using

Objective Outcomes Activities

n accuracy the distribution

express Determine the When these Scientific

and of gunshots on a

derived base quantities are notation

consistency target as an

quantities as quantities( and introduced in bentuk piawai

example

well as their units) in a given their related Prefix-

units in terms derived quantity learning imbuhan

Discuss the

of base (and unit) from areas.

Explai sensitivity of

quantities and the related

n sensitivity various

base units. formula.

instruments

Explai Demonstrate

problems that involve the

n types of through examples

involving conversion of

experimental systematic

conversion of units.

error errors and

units

random errors.

Discuss what

4 1.3 A student is Carry out

systematic and

Understanding able to: activities to show

random errors

scalar and define that some

Use are.

vector scalar and quantities can be

appropriate

quantities vector defined by

techniques to Use appropriate

quantities magnitude only

reduce errors techniques to

whereas other

reduce error in

quantities need

measurements

to be defined by

such as repeating

give magnitude as well

measurements to

examples of as direction.

find the average

scalar and

and compensating

vector Compile a list of

for zero error.

quantities. scalar and vector

quantities.

5 1.4 A student ia Accuracy-

Understanding able to Choose the kejituan

measurement Measu appropriate Consistency-

re physical instrument for a kepersisan

quantities given Sensitivity-

using measurement kepekaan

appropriate Error- ralat

instruments Discuss Random -

2

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary LEARNING AREA:2.FORCES AND MOTION

Objective Outcomes Activities

6 1.5 A student is Observe a

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Notes Vocabulary

Analysing able to: situation and Scientific

scientific Identi suggest questions Objective Activities

skills are

investigations fy variables suitable for a 7 2.1 A student is able to: Carry out activities to Average Distance

applied Analysing Define distance gain an idea of: speed = jarak

in a given scientific

situation investigation.

throughout linear and displacement a) distance and total Displacement

Identi Discuss to: motion Define speed displacement distance sesaran

fy a question a) identify a and velocity and state b) speed and / time Speed laju

suitable for question s velocity taken Velocity

that v c) acceleration and halaju

scientific suitable for t

investigation scientific deceleration Acceleration

Define

Form investigation pecutan

acceleration and

a hypothesis b) identify all Deceleration,

deceleration and state

Design the variables Carry out activities retardation

v u using a data nyahpecutan

and carry out c) form a that a

a simple hypothesis t logger/graphing

experiment to d) plan the Calculate speed calculator/ticker

test the method of and velocity timer to

hypothesis investigation Calculate a) identify when a

including acceleration/decelerati body is at rest,

selection of on moving

apparatus and with uniform

work Solve problems on linear velocity or non-

Recor procedures motion with uniform uniform

d and present Carry out an acceleration using velocity

data in a experiment and: b) determine

suitable form a) collect v u at displacement,

Interp and tabulate velocity and

1 2

ret data to data s ut at acceleration

draw a b) present

2 Solve problems using

conclusion data in a v 2 u 2 2as the following

Write suitable form equations of motion:

a report of c) interpre v u at

the t the data and

investigation draw 1 2

conclusions

s ut at

2

d) write a

complete

v 2 u 2 2as

report

3

8 2.2 A student is able to: Carry out activities

Analysing plot and interpret using a data

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

motion displacement- time and logger/graphing

graphs velocity-time graphs calculator/ ticker Objective Outcomes Activities

timer to plot determine Determine Reminder

deduce from the a) displacemen distance, distance, Velocity is

shape of a t-time graphs displacement and displacement determined

displacement-time b) velocity- velocity from a velocity and from the

graph when a body is: time graphs displacement time acceleration gradient of

i. at rest graph from a displacement

ii. moving with uniform Describe and deduce from the displacement time graph.

velocity interpret: shape of velocity- time and Acceleration

iii. moving with non- a) displacement- time graph when a velocitytime is

uniform velocity time graphs body is: graphs. determined

b) velocity-time a. at rest from the

graphs b. moving gradient of

with uniform velocity

velocity time graph

c. moving

with uniform Distance is

determined

acceleration from the

determine area under a

distance, velocity

displacement velocity Solve time graph.

and acceleration from problems on

a velocitytime graph linear motion

solve problems on with uniform

linear motion with acceleration

uniform acceleration. involving

graphs.

9 2.3 A student is able to: Carry out

Understanding explain what activities/view Newtons Inertia -

Inertia inertia is computer First Law of inersia

simulations/ Motion

situations to maybe

relate mass to gain an idea on introduced

inertia inertia. here.

Carry out

give examples activities to

4

of situations involving find out the Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

inertia relationship

Objective Outcomes Activities

suggest ways between

define Discuss momentum Conservation

to reduce the inertia and

momentum as the product of of linear

negative side effects mass.

of inertia.

p as the mass and velocity. Reminder momentum-

product of Momentum as keabadian

Research and

mass (m) and a vector momentum

report on

velocity (v) View computer quantity

a) the positive

i.e. simulations on needs to be

effects of

inertia p mv collision and emphasized

explosions to gain in problem

b) ways to state the

an idea on the solving

reduce the principle of

conservation of

negative conservation

momentum

effects of of momentum

inertia.

Conduct an

experiment to

10 2.4 A student is able to: Carry out Momentum

show that the

Analysing define the activities/view momentum

total momentum

momentum momentum of an computer Collision

of a closed system

object simulations to pelanggaran

is a constant

gain an idea of Explosion

momentum by letupan

Carry out

comparing the

activities that

effect of

demonstrate the

stopping two describe

conservation of

objects: applications

momentum e.g.

a) of of

water rockets.

the same conservation

mass of momentum

Research and

moving at

report on the

different

applications of

speeds

conservation of

b) of solve

momentum such as

different problems

in rockets or jet

masses moving involving

engines .

at the same momentum

speed

Solve problems

involving linear

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11 TEST 1 momentum

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5

12 2.5 A student is With the aid of When the

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

Understanding able to: diagrams, forces acting

the effects of describe describe the on an objects Objective Outcomes Activities

a force the effects forces acting on are balanced 14 2.6 A student is able View computer Accuracy-

of balanced an object: they cancel Analysing to: simulations of kejituan

forces acting a) at rest each other impulse and explain what collision and Consistency-

on an object b) moving out (nett impulsive an impulsive explosions to gain kepersisan

describe at constant force = 0). force force is . an idea on Sensitivity-

the effects velocity The object give examples impulsive forces. kepekaan

of unbalanced c) accelera then behaves of situations Error- ralat

forces acting ting as if there is involving Discuss Random - rawak

on an object no force impulsive forces a) impulse

Conduct acting on it. define impulse as a change of

determine experiments to as a change of momentum

the find the Newtons momentum, i.e. b) an

relationship relationship Second Law Ft mv - mu impulsive force

between between: of Motion define as the rate of

force, mass a) acceleration may be impulsive forces change of

and and mass of an introduced as the rate of momentum in a

acceleration object under here change of collision or

i.e. F = ma. constant force momentum in a explosion

b) acceleration collision or c) how

and force for a explosion, i.e. increasing or

constant mass. mv - mu decreasing

Solve Solve problems F time of impact

t affects the

problem using using F = ma

explain the magnitude of

F = ma

effect of the impulsive

increasing or force.

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13 MID FIRST TERM BREAK decreasing time

30.03.14

of impact on the Research and

magnitude of the report situations

impulsive force. where:

Describe a) an impulsive

situation where force needs to

an impulsive be reduced and

force needs to how it can be

be reduced and done

suggest ways to b) an impulsive

reduce it. force is

6

describe beneficial

situation where

an impulsive

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

force is

beneficial Objective Outcomes Activities

Solve problems 15 2.8 A student is able Carry out When

solve problems involving impulsive Understandi to: activity or view considerin Gravitational

involving forces ng gravity explain computer g a body field medan

impulsive forces acceleration simulations to falling graviti

due to gravity gain an idea of freely,

2.7 A student is able Research and acceleration ( g = 9.8

Being aware to: report on the due to gravity. m/s2) is

of the need describe the physics of state what a Discuss its

for safety importance of vehicle collision gravitational a) accele accelerati

features in safety and safety field is ration due on but

vehicles features in features in define to gravity when it is

vehicles vehicles in gravitational b) a at rest,

terms of physics field strength gravitational ( g = 9.8

concepts. field as a N/kg) is

Discuss the region in the

importance of which an Earths

safety features object gravitatio

in vehicles. experiences nal field

a force due strength

determine to acting on

the value of gravitational it.

acceleration attraction The

due to gravity and weight of

c) gravita an object

define tional field of fixed

weight (W) as strength (g) mass is

the product of as dependen

mass (m) and gravitational t on the g

acceleration force per exerted

due to gravity unit mass on it.

(g) i.e. W =mg. Carry out an

solve activity to

7

problems determine the Solve

involving value of problems Solve problems

acceleration acceleration involving forces involving forces

due to gravity. due to gravity. in equilibrium in equilibrium

Discuss weight (limited to 3

as the Earths forces).

gravitational

force on an

object

Solve problems

involving

acceleration

due to gravity.

16 2.9 A student is able With the aid of Resultant

Analysing to: diagrams, daya paduan

forces in describe describe Resolve- lerai

equilibrium situations situations

where forces where forces

are in are in

equilibrium equilibrium, e.g.

a book at rest

on a table, an

state what a object at rest

resultant force on an inclined

is plane.

add two With the aid of

forces to diagrams,

determine the discuss the

resultant resolution and

force. addition of

Resolve a forces to

force into the determine the

effective resultant

component force.

forces .

8

17 2.10 A student is able Observe and 2.10

Understandi to: discus situations Have Understandin

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary ng work, Define work where work is students g work,

energy, (W) as the done. recall the energy,

Objective Outcomes Activities

power and product of an Discuss that no different power and

efficiency. applied force work is done when: forms of efficiency.

(F) and a) a force is energy.

displacement applied but no

(s) of an object displacement

in the direction occurs

of the applied b) an object

force i.e. W = undergoes a

Fs. displacement

with no applied

force acting on

State that it.

when work is Give examples to

done energy is illustrate how

transferred energy is

from one transferred from

object to one object to

another. another when

work is done

Define

kinetic energy Discuss the

and state that relationship

1 between work

Ek mv 2

2 done to accelerate

Define a body and the

gravitational change in kinetic

potential energy

energy and Discuss the

state that Ep = relationship

mgh between work

done against

State the gravity and

9

principle of gravitational Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabular

conservation of potential energy.

Objective Outcomes Activities y

energy. Carry out an

18 2.11 A student is ableDiscuss that when

Define power activity to show

Appreciatin to: an energy

and state that the principle of

g the recognize transformation

P = W/t conservation of

importance the importance takes place, not all

energy

of of maximising the energy is used

State that power

maximising efficiency of to do useful work.

Explain what is the rate at

the devices in Some is converted

efficiency of a which work is

efficiency conserving into heat or other

device is. done, P = W/t.

of devices. resources. types of energy.

Carry out

Maximising

activities to

efficiency during

measure power.

energy

Discuss efficiency

transformations

as:

makes the best

Solve Useful energy

use of the

problems output x 100 %

available energy.

involving work, Energy input

This helps to

energy, power Evaluate and

conserve

and efficiency report the

resources

efficiencies of

19 MID YEAR EXAMINATION 05.05.14

various devices

such as a diesel

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engine, a petrol

20 MID YEAR EXAMINATION 12.05.14

engine and an

electric engine.

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Solve problems

involving work,

energy, power and 21 2.12 A student is able Carry out activities to gain an

efficiency. Understandi to: idea on elasticity.

ng define

elasticity. elasticity Plan and conduct an experiment

to find the relationship

define between force and extension

Hookes Law of a spring.

10

Relate work done to elastic

potential energy to obtain

define 1 LEARNING AREA:3.FORCES AND PRESSURE

Ep kx 2 .

elastic 2

potential Describe and interpret force- Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

energy and extension graphs. Objective Outcomes Activities

state that 22 3.1 A student is Observe and Introduce Pressure =

1 Investigate the factors that

E p kx 2 Understanding able to: describe the the unit of tekanan

2 affects elasticity. pressure Define effect of a pressure

pressure force acting pascal (Pa)

Research and report on and state over a large (Pa = N/m2)

applications of elasticity. that area

F compared to a

determine Solve problems involving

P

A small area,

the factors elasticity. e.g. school

that affect shoes versus

elasticity. Describe high heeled

applications shoes.

Describe of pressure Discuss

applications of solve pressure as

elasticity problems force per unit

involving area

pressure Research and

Solve report on

problems applications of

involving pressure.

elasticity Solve

problems

involving

pressure

HOLIDAY 15.06.14

23 MID YEAR

HOLIDAY

11

24 MID YEAR reduce the

HOLIDAY negative

25 3.2 A student is Observe Depth effect of

Understanding able to: situations to kedalaman pressure in

pressure in relate form ideas Density liquids

liquids depth to that pressure ketumpatan Solve

pressure in in liquids: Liquid - problems

a liquid a) acts cecair involving

in all pressure in

relate directions liquids.

density to b) incre

pressure in ases with

a liquid depth

Observe

explain situations to

pressure in form the idea

a liquid and that pressure

state that in liquids

P = hg increases with

density

describe Relate depth

applications (h) , density

of pressure ( and

in liquids. gravitational

field strength

(g) to

pressure in

Solve liquids to

problems obtain P = hg

involving Research and

pressure in report on

liquids. a) the

applications

of pressure

in liquids

b) ways to

12

and gas atmospheric 100 Pa

pressure pressure

Research and

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

report on the

Objective Outcomes Activities

application of

26 3.3 A student is Carry out Student need

atmospheric

Understanding able to: activities to to be

pressure

gas pressure explain gain an idea of introduced to

and gas gas pressure instruments

Solve

atmospheric pressure and used to

problems

pressure atmospheric measure gas

involving

pressure

atmospheric

Discuss gas (Bourdon

and gas

pressure in Gauge) and

pressure

terms of the atmospheric

including

explain behavior of pressure

barometer

atmospheri gas molecules (Fortin

and

c pressure based on the barometer,

manometer

kinetic theory aneroid

readings.

barometer).

Discuss Working

atmospheric principle of

27 3.4 Applying A student is Observe Enclosed-

pressure in the

Pascals able to: situations to tertutup

terms of the instrument is

principle state form the idea Force

describe weight of the not required.

Pascals that pressure multiplier-

applications atmosphere Introduce

principle. exerted on an pembesar

of acting on the other units of

enclosed liquid daya

atmospheri Earths atmospherics

is transmitted Hydraulic

c pressure surface pressure.

equally to systems

1 atmosphere

Explain every part of system

solve Discuss the = 760 mmHg

hydraulic the liquid haudraulik

problems effect of = 10.3 m

system Transmitted

involving altitude on water=

Discuss tersebar

atmospheri the magnitude 101300 Pa

hydraulic

c pressure of 1 milibar =

systems as a

13

force liquid experiment to

multiplier to displaced investigate the

obtain: relationship

Output force between the

= output State weight of water

piston area Archimedes displaced and the

Input force principle. buoyant force.

input piston Discuss buoyancy

area in terms of:

a) An

object that is

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary totally or

partially

Objective Outcomes Activities

submerged in

Describe Research and

a fluid

applications report on the

experiences a

of Pascals application of

buoyant force

principle. Pascals principle

equal to the

(hydraulic

Describe weight of

Solve systems)

applications fluid

problems Solve problems

of displaced

involving involving Pascals

Archimedes b) The weight of

Pascals principle

principle a freely floating

principle.

object being

equal to the

28 3.5 A student is Carry out an

weight of

Applying able to: activity to Have

fluid displaced

Archimedes Explain measure the students

c) a floating

principle. buoyant weight of an recall the

object has a

force object in air and different

density less

the weight of forms of

than or equal

the same object energy.

to the density of

Relate in water to gain

the

buoyant an idea on

fluid in which

force to the buoyant force.

it is floating.

weight of the Conduct an

14

Research and

report on the

applications of

Archimedes

principle, e.g.

Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

submarines,

Objective Outcomes Activities

hydrometers, hot

air balloons Solve Solve problems

problems involving

involving Archimedes

Archimedes principle.

principle Build a Cartesian

diver. Discuss wy

the diver can be

made to move up

and down.

Understandin able to: activities to gain

g Bernoullis State the idea that

principle. Bernoullis when the speed

principle of a flowing fluid

Explain increases its

that pressure

resultant decreases, e.g.

force exists blowing above a

due to a strip of paper,

difference blowing through

in fluid straw, between

pressure two pingpong

balls suspended

on strings.

Discuss

Bernoullis

principle

15

Carry out

Describe activities to show

applications that a resultant

of force exists due

Bernoullis to a difference in

principle fluid pressure.

LEARNING AREA:4.HEAT

View a computer

simulation to Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

observe air flow Objective Outcomes Activities

Solve over an aerofoil 30 4.1 A student is Carry out thermal

problems to gain an idea on Understandin able to: activities to show equilibrium

involving lifting force. g thermal Explain that thermal keseimbanga

Bernoullis Research and equilibrium. thermal equilibrium is a n terma

principle report on the equilibrium condition in which

applications of there is no net

Bernoullis heat flow

principle. between two

objects in

Solve problems Explain thermal contact

involving how a liquid

Bernoullis in glass Use the liquid-in-

principle. thermomete glass

r works thermometer to

explain how the

volume of a fixed

mass of liquid

may be used to

define a

temperature

scale.

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31 CUTI HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI

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32 4.2 A student is Observe the Heat specific heat

Understandin able to: change in capacity capacity

16

g specific Define temperature only muatan haba

heat capacity specific when: relates to tentu

heat a) the same a

capacity, c amount of heat is particular

State used to heat object

that different masses whereas

Q of water. specific Week Learning Learning Suggested Notes Vocabulary

c

mc b) the same heat Objective Outcomes Activities

amount of heat is capacity

Describe Research and

used to heat the relates to

applications report on

same mass of a material

of specific applications of

different liquids.

heat specific heat

capacity capacity.

Discuss specific

Determin

heat capacity

e the Solve Solve problems

Guide

specific problems involving specific

Plan and carry students

heat involving heat capacity.

out an activity to to analyse

capacity of specific

determine the the unit of

a liquid. heat

specific heat c as

Determin capacity.

capacity of Jkg 1 K 1

e the

a) a liquid b) a or

specific 11.08.14

solid Jkg 1 o C 1 33 TEST 2

heat 15.08.14

capacity of 34 4.3 A student is Carry out an Melting

a solid Understandin able to: activity to show peleburan

g specific State that there is no Solidification

latent heat that change in - pemejalan

transfer of temperature Condensation

heat during when heat is kondensasi

a change of supplied to: Specific

phase does a) a liquid latent heat

not cause a at its boiling haba pendam

change in point. tentu

temperature b) a solid at

its melting Guide

17

point. students

With the aid of a to analyse

cooling and the unit of Specific

heating curve, l latent heat

discuss melting, as Jkg 1 of fusion

Define solidification, haba pendam

specific boiling and tentu

latent heat condensation as pelakuran

l processes Specific

State involving energy latent heat Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activit

Q transfer without of Objective

that l a change in vaporisation 35 4.4 A student is able to: Use a model or view comput

m

temperature. haba 36 Understanding the explain gas pressure, simulations on the bahaviou

pendam tentu gas laws temperature and volume in terms molecules of a fixed mass o

Discuss pepengewapa of gas molecules. gain an idea about gas press

Determine

heat in terms Discuss gas pressure, volum

the specific

of molecular temperature in terms of th

latent heat

behavior behaviour of molecules base

of a fusion.

b) specific kinetic theory.

Determin

latent heat

e the

Determine the relationship Plan and carry out an exper

specific

Plan and carry between pressure and volume at fixed mass of gas to determ

latent heat

out an activity to constant temperature for a relationship between:

of

determine the fixed mass of gas, i.e PV = a) pressure and volum

vaporization

specific latent constant constant temperature

heat of Determine the relationship b) volume and temper

Solve

a) fusion b) between volume and temperature constant pressure

problems

vaporisation at constant pressure for a fixed c) pressure and temp

involving

mass of gas, i.e V/T = constant constant volume

specific

Determine the relationship

latent heat

Solve problems between pressure and Extrapolate P-T and V-T gr

involving specific temperature at constant volume view computer simulations t

latent heat. for a fixed mass of gas, i.e P/T = that when pressure and volu

constant zero the temperature on a

Explain absolute zero T graph is 2730C.

18

Explain the absolute/Kelvin Discuss absolute zero and the Kelvin reflection of light light

scale of temperature scale of temperature

Construct a device based on Construct a device based on

Solve problems involving Solve problems involving the pressure, the application of reflection of application of reflection of

pressure, temperature and temperature and volume of a fixed light

volume of a fixed mass of gas mass of gas.

LEARNING AREA:5.LIGHT

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activit

Objective

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities

39 5.2 A student is able to: Observe situations to gain a

Objective

Understanding Explain refraction of light refraction

37 5.1 A student is able to: Observe the image formed in a plane

refraction of light. Define refractive index as Conduct an experiment to f

Understanding Describe the characteristic of mirror. Discuss that the image is:

sini relationship between the an

reflection of light. the image formed by reflection a) as far behind the mirror as the

sinr incidence and angle of refr

of light object is in front and the line

obtain Snells law.

joining the object and image is

perpendicular to the mirror.

Determine the refractive Carry out an activity to det

b) the same size as the object

index of a glass or Perspex block refractive index of a glass

c) virtual

block

d) laterally inverted

State the laws of reflection Discuss the laws of reflection

, as Speed of light in a vacuum

of light

Speed of light in a vacuum Speed of light in a medium

Draw ray diagrams to show Draw the ray diagrams to determine

the position and characteristics the position and characteristics of Speed of light in a medium

Research and report on phe

of the image formed by a the image formed by a

Describe phenomena due to due to refraction, e.g. appa

i. plane mirror a) plane mirror

refraction the twinkling of stars.

ii. convex mirror b) convex mirror

Carry out activities to gain

iii. concave mirror c) concave mirror

apparent depth. With the a

diagrams, discuss real dept

Describe applications of Research and report on applications of

apparent depth.

reflection of light reflection of light

Solve problems involving ref

Solve problems involving Solve problems involving reflection of

19

Solve problems involving light

refraction of light 41 5.4 A student is able to: Use an optical kit to observ

Understanding Explain focal point and focal measure light rays traveling

lenses. length convex and concave lenses t

determine the focal point and idea of focal point and foca

focal length of a convex lens Determine the focal point a

determine the focal point and length of convex and concav

focal length of a concave lens

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested ActivitiesWeek Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activit

Objective Objective

40 5.3 A student is able to: Carry out activities to show the Draw ray diagrams to show With the help of ray diagra

Understanding Explain total internal effect of increasing the angle of the positions and characteristics discuss focal point and foca

total internal reflection of light incidence on the angle of refraction of the images formed by a

reflection of light. Define critical angle (c) when light travels from a denser convex lens. Draw ray diagrams to show

medium to a less dense medium to gain Draw ray diagrams to show positions and characteristic

an idea about total internal reflection the positions and characteristics images formed by a

and to obtain the critical angle. of the images formed by a a) convex lens b) concave le

concave lens.

Relate the critical angle to the Discuss with the aid of diagrams:

1 a) total internal reflection and Define magnification as Carry out activities to gain

refractive index i.e

sin c critical angle v magnification.

m

b) the relationship between critical u With the help of ray diagra

angle and refractive angle Relate focal length (f) to the discuss magnification.

Research and report on object distance (u) and image Carry out activities to find

Describe natural phenomenon

a) natural phenomena involving total distance (v) relationship between u, v an

involving total internal reflection

internal reflection 1 1 1

Describe applications of total

b) the applications of total i.e. Carry out activities to gain

internal reflection f u v

reflection e.g. in the use of lenses in optical

Describe, with the aid of ray

telecommunication using fiber With the help of ray diagra

diagrams, the use of lenses in

optics. discuss the use of lenses in

optical devices.

Solve problems involving total internal devices such as a telescope

Solve problems involving total

reflection microscope

internal reflection

20

lenses.

Construct an optical device Solve problems involving to lenses

that uses lenses.

Solve problems involving to

lenses.

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