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LESSON PLAN WEEK - 3

Subject : Physics Grade: 9B
Topic : Kinematics Period: 1 & 2
Sub-Topic: distance-time graphs

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- plot the different graphs neatly to solve the problems.
- Gives the work sheet based on the above topic.
Lesson vocabulary : distance, time, gradient, speed.
Key Questions : Distributes the exercise to the students and asks them to plot the
graph on the different data given.
-- Oral questions from the topic

Resources and Teaching Aids : Explaining physics - Stephen pople
www.engineeringinteract.org.
www.glenbrook.k.k12.il.us / current electricity.

TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students.  Greets back.
 Asks to take the graphs sheets, pencils  Takes the required materials to plot the
and erasers to plot the graphs. graphs.
 Recalls the previous definitions and
explains that the Information about
movement can be presented in a number
of ways. Data for the total distance
moved at different times during
movement can be recorded in a table.
Alternatively, the same information can  Listens the introduction of the new
be presented in a graph. The table and topic.
graph both present information about an
object's position at certain times.

 The above graph shows that the objects
distance increases as time goes by.
The object is moving and so it has
velocity .The straight line shows it is a
constant velocity. The gradient (slope) of  Pays attention of the new terms and
the line shows how fast the object is formulas and graphs.
going
 A graph showing a journey (or journeys)
should have time on the horizontal axis
and distance from somewhere on the
vertical axis.
 A line moving up as it goes from left to
right shows a journey moving away from  Takes the graphs sheets and tries to
a place, and a line moving down as it plot the graphs for the speed-time
goes from left to right represents a graph.
journey towards a place.
 A horizontal line is a break or rest.  Takes the notes and completes the
 Gives exercises on distance-time . exercises on the different data given.
 Gives the notes and makes sure that all
take it.

Evaluation : Oral questions from the topic.

Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD
LESSON PLAN WEEK - 3
Subject : Physics Grade: 9B
Topic : Kinematics Period: 2 & 4
Sub-Topic: speed - time graphs

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- plot the different graphs neatly to solve the problems.
- Gives the work sheet based on the above topic.
Lesson vocabulary: speed, distance, time, gradient .
Key Questions : Distributes the exercise to the students and asks them to plot the
graph on the different data given.
-- Oral questions from the topic

Resources and Teaching Aids : Explaining physics - Stephen pople
www.engineeringinteract.org.
www.glenbrook.k.k12.il.us / current electricity.

TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students.  Greets back.
 Asks to take the graphs sheets, pencils and
erasers to plot the graphs based on the speed  Takes the required materials to
– time problems. plot the graphs.
 First explains about the speed – time graph
i.e a speed - time graph has the velocity or
speed of an object on the vertical axis and
time on the horizontal axis. The distance
travelled can be calculated by finding the
area under a speed - time graph. If the graph
is curved, there are a number of ways of  Listens the introduction of the new
estimating the area. topic.

 Pays attention of the new terms
 Constant speed and formulas and graphs.
For an object moving along with constant
speed v, the graph is just a horizontal line at
height v above the axis. You already know
that s, the distance travelled, is speed
multiplied by time, vt; but on your graph v x t  Takes the graphs sheets and tries
is the AREA of the shaded block of height v to plot the graphs for the speed-
and length t. time graph.

 Gives exercises on distance-time and helps
them in answering it.
 Takes the notes and completes the
 Gives the notes and makes sure that all take
exercises on the different data
it.
given.

Evaluation : Oral questions from the topic.

Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD
LESSON PLAN WEEK - 3
Subject : Physics Grade : 9B
Topic : Kinematics. Period : 5
Sub-Topic: Acceleration of free fall.

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- Define acceleration of free fall and its value.
Lesson vocabulary: acceleration, gravitational. Force,

Key Questions : Asks the students to give the value of acceleration of free fall.

Resources and Teaching Aids : Explaining physics - Stephen pople
www.engineeringinteract.org.
www.s-cool physics.com.
TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students.  Greets back.
 Asks the students to be seated and then
starts the new topic called acceleration of  Students are seated.
free fall.
 To attain the attention of the students  Listens the new topic.
teacher starts as Galileo dropped a
cannonball and a musket ball
simultaneously from a tower, and
observed that they hit the ground at
nearly the same time. Asks why is so?
 In physics, gravitational acceleration is
the acceleration of an object caused by  Listens to the teacher.
the force of gravity from another object.
In the absence of any other forces, any
object will accelerate in a gravitational
field at the same rate, regardless of the
mass of the object. On the surface of the
Earth, all objects fall with an acceleration
of 10 m/s2.
 Many more examples are explained and
demonstrated in the class to have a clear  Students give few more examples.
picture over the topic.
 Encourages the students in bringing out
few more examples.
 Gives the notes.  Takes the notes.

Evaluation : State the acceleration of free fall?
Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD
LESSON PLAN WEEK - 3
Subject : Physics Grade : 9B
Topic : Kinematics. Period : 6
Sub-Topic: Terminal Velocity.

Lesson Objective: By the end of the session students should be able to
- Define Terminal Velocity?
Lesson vocabulary: terminal velocity, free fall, drag,acceleration.

Key Questions : Asks the students to define terminal velocity.

Resources and Teaching Aids : Explaining physics - Stephen pople
www.engineeringinteract.org.
www.s-cool physics.com.
TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
 Greets the students.  Greets back.
 Asks the students to be seated .  Students takes their places.
 Asks orally that what happens to the speed of skydiver
after jumping from the aircraft?
 Why these parachute jumpers experience a unique  Responds withy different
sensation during free fall, before their parachutes answers.
open.r jumping from
 Explains to the whole class that a free falling object
achieves its terminal velocity when the downward
force of gravity equals the upward force of drag . This  Listens to the teacher.
causes the net force on the object to be zero, resulting
in an acceleration of zero called Terminal Velocity.

 Give the notes for the above and make sure all
 Takes the notes.
students take it.

Evaluation : Define the term terminal velocity?
Reflection :

Sub Teacher HOD