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LESSON PLAN WEEK- 7

Subject : Physics Grade : 9B & 9H
Topic : Current Electricity Period : 1& 2
Sub-Topic: Resistance

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- Define resistance and its units ?
- How do you measure resistance & its units in SI system?
- Simple calculation: resistance(R)=voltage(V)/current(I)

Lesson vocabulary: resistance, current, volt, ohm .
Key Questions : 1. Define resistance?
2. How do you measure resistance of a given wire?
3. problems : resistance= volt/current
Resources and Teaching Aids : Explaining physics - Stephen pople
www.engineeringinteract.org
www.glenbrook.k.k12.il.us / current electricity
www.doctoronics.co.uk/meter.htm
TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students  Greets back
 Asks oral questions from the topic Resistance.
 Asks orally from familiar examples as did you  Responds well
observe the different wires has different cross
sectional area (thickness) by showing them  Thinks and responds to the question
different wires.
 Explains to the whole class, that resistance is
the degree to which a substance resists electric
current.  Listens to the definition of resistance
 Asks oral questions from the previous topic
that how do you measure and units for the  All the students responds well .
voltage, current, potential difference
 In the same way , resistance unit is ohms ( Ω).
 Ohm ( Ω) is the resistance of a conductor in
which the current is 1 amp when a voltage of 1
volt is applied across it.
 Explains the relation between the resistance,  Listens to the relation and finds the
p.d, current is : difference from other relations.
resistance(R)=p.d (V)/current(I)
 Works the problems on the black board on the  Takes the notes and works out the
equation R=V / I to find out the resistance. problems given by the teacher & writes
 Writes the notes of the resistance on the board its units.
and see weather that all takes it .
 Greets back.
Evaluation : Asks oral questions from the topic
Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD
LESSON PLAN WEEK - 7
Subject : Physics Grade : 9B & 9H
Topic : Current Electricity Period : 2 & 3
Sub-Topic: Ohms law

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- State ohms law?
- Write the formula for Ohms law?
- Verification of Ohms law
Lesson vocabulary: resistor, current, voltmeter, ammeter, ohm , battery,
potential difference, switch , wires.

Key Questions : 1. State Ohms law?
2. How do you measure resistance of a given wire?
3. How current varies with potential differences ?

Resources and Teaching Aids : www.hyperphysics.co.uk
www.engineeringinteract.org
www.glenbrook.k.k12.il.us / current electricity
www.doctoronics.co.uk/meter.htm
TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students  Greets back
 Ask oral questions from the previous topic to get
the attention of the student.
 Explains & state the ohms law, a law stating that  Answers the questions
the direct current flowing in a conductor is directly
proportional to the potential difference between its
ends. It is usually formulated as  Listens to the statement of ohms
V = IR, law
where
V is the potential difference, or voltage, I is the
current, and R is the resistance of the conductor.
 To support the Ohms law , verify with a simple
circuit diagram connecting a battery, switch ,
rheostat, ammeter , voltmeter,& unknown  Draws the rough circuit diagrams
resistance by showing them with circuit diagram in the notes along with the teacher
on the Bristol board for effectiveness.

 Explains and stresses that always voltmeter should
be connected in parallel to the unknown resistance
(or) given wire and highlights that ammeter should
always connected in series with the battery.  Listens the concept behind the
 Explains the outcome of the ohms law by taking connecting the of ammeter and
readings, when we increase the current with the voltmeter within the circuit
help of rheostat the readings of the voltmeter(p.d)
is taken where the current is directly proportional
to potential difference, in the table to plot the
graph which is a straight line .
 Takes the readings in the notes by
 From the above experiment it is clear that I ∞ V observing the the values in volt
(ie) V=IR. meter and ammeter.
 Makes the students to draw the graph on the graph
paper taking current on X-axis and p.d on Y axis, a  Draws the graph on the graph
straight line. paper with sharp pencil and join
the points with the scale , a
 Gives the notes. straight line.
 Greets back.  Takes the notes neatly.
 Stands and greets back.

Evaluation : Asks oral questions from the topic
- State ohms law?
- Write the formula for Ohms law?
Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD
LESSON PLAN WEEK - 7
Subject : Physics Grade : 9B & 9H
Topic : Current Electricity Period : 4
Sub-Topic: Ohmic & non Ohmic conductors
Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- State ohms law?
- List the differences between ohmic & non-ohmic conductors?
- Examples of ohmic & non – ohmic conductors
Lesson vocabulary: ohmic, non – ohmic, conductors, metals
Key Questions : 1. State Ohms law?
2. List ohmic & non-ohmic conductors?
Resources and Teaching Aids : www.hyperphysics.co.uk
www.engineeringinteract.org
www.glenbrook.k.k12.il.us / current electricity
www.doctoronics.co.uk/meter.htm
TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students.  Greets back.
 Asks the questions from the previous topic of  Thinks and responds well.
Ohms law.
 Asks what are conductors and do they carry
electricity?  Responds to the question
 Explains that the conductors (metals) which
obey ohms law are called ohmic conductors  Listens to the definition of ohmic and
and which do not obey ohms law are called non-ohmic conductors
non-ohmic conductors.(non-metals, diodes,
valves, thermistor etc)
 Asks from previous topic what is the nature of  Responds that it’s a straight line
the graph for ohms law?
 Explains to the whole class not all conductors
will obey Ohm’s Law! In fact, most conductors  Observes the different graphs drawn on
of electricity are non-ohmic conductors, that is, the board for ohmic , non ohmic
voltage and resistance will not be proportional conductors
as the temperature of the resistor varies. In a
graph of Voltage versus Current, ohmic
conductors will produce a straight line whilst
non-ohmic conductors create a curve when
graphed.
 Lists the examples on ohmic and non ohmic  Clarifies the doubts on the topic.
conductors
 Writes the notes on the board and checks that  Takes the notes neatly.
all are taking it  Stand and greets back.
 Greets back.
Evaluation : Asks oral questions from the topic
- State ohms law?
- What are ohmic and non ohmic conductors?
- List the examples of ohmic conductors?
Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD