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WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES LEARNING ACTIVITIES

1.1 Understanding • What is Physics View a video on natural

Physics • Physics in everyday life phenomena

Discuss fields of study in

Physics

1.2 Understanding base • Base quantities and derived Mastery Practice 1.2 page 9

quantities and derived quantities and their units

quantities • Quantities using prefixes

• Using scientific notation

• Derived quantities in terms

of base quantities and units

• Solve problems involving

conversion of units.

1.3 Understanding • Scalar and vector Mastery practice 1.3 pg 11

scalar and vector quantities Handouts

quantities • Examples of scalar and

vector quantities

measurement using appropriate measuring instruments

instruments Demonstrate through

• Accuracy, Consistency and examples systematic errors and random

Sensitivity errors

• Types of experimental errors Techniques to reduce error in

• Appropriate techniques to measurement such as repeating

reduce errors measurement

Use target (dart board) to

discuss accuracy and consistency

Activity 1.4 pg 15

Mastery practice 1.4 pg 16

1.5 Analysing scientific • Student is able to apply all Carry out an experiment to apply the

investigation scientific skills. scientific skills. Experiment 1.1 PB pg 4

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/2_16

• Write a report of the Exercises PB pg 7-9

investigation.

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

2.1 Analysing linear • Distance and displacement Carry out activities to gain an idea of :

motion • Speed and velocity i. Distance and displacement

• Acceleration and ii. Speed and velocity

deceleration iii. Acceleration and deceleration

• Solve problems on linear • Conduct an experiment

motion with uniform to determine displacement,velocity &

acceleration using equation. acceleration

2.2 Analysing motion • Plot and interpret s–t and v- Carry out activities using a

graphs t graphs data logger/ticker timer to plot:

• Determine d,s & v from s-t i s-t graphs

graph ii v-t graphs

• Determine d,s ,v & a from v- Describe and interpret: s-t & v-t

t graph graphs

• Solve problems on linear Use computer simulation to

motion using graphs incorporate motions with graphs.

Inertia • Relate mass to inertia computer simulation/situations to gain

• Examples of situations an idea on inertia

involving inertia Carry out activities to find out

• Suggest ways to reduce the the relationship between inertia and

negative effects of inertia mass

Research and report on inertia

momentum • Principle of conservation of carry out activities on collision and

momentum explosions

• Application of conservation • Conduct an experiment to show

of momentum conservation of momentum

• Solve problems involving Carry out activities that

momentum demonstrate the application of

conservation of momentum e.g water

rockets

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/3_16

Research and report on the

applications of conservation of

momentum

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

2.5 Understanding the • Effects of balanced forces Conduct an experiment to find the

effect of force acting on an object relationship between:

• Effects of unbalanced forces i. Acceleration and mass

acting on an object ii. Acceleration and force

• Relationship between F,m &

a

• Solve problems using F =

ma

2.6 Analysing impulse • What is an impulsive force View computer simulation or carry out

and impulsive force • Define impulse and activities to gain an idea on impulsive

impulsive force forces.

• Effect of increasing or Research and report on impulsive force

decreasing time of impact

• Situation where impulsive

force needs to be reduced

and suggest ways to reduce

it

• Situation where an impulsive

force is beneficial

• Solve problems

2.7 Being aware of the • Describe the importance of • View computer simulation or movies on

need for safety features safety features in vehicles vehicle collisions and discuss the

in vehicles safety features in vehicles

2.8 Understanding • Explain acceleration due to View computer simulation or carry out

gravity gravity activities to gain an idea of

• State what a gravitational acceleration due to gravity

field is Carry out an activity to determine

• Define gravitational field acceleration due to gravity

strength

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/5_16

• Determine the value of g

• Define weight as W = mg

• Solve problems

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WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

2.9 Analysing forces in • Forces in equilibrium With the aid of diagrams describe

equilibrium • Resultant force situation where forces are in equilibrium

• Addition and resolution of Discuss the resolution and addition of

forces forces with the aid of diagrams.

• Solve problems

Work, Energy, • Energy transferred when simulation/situations to gain an idea on

Power and work is done work.

Efficiency • Define kinetic energy and Discuss the relationship between

gravitational potential work done and the kinetic energy and

energy potential energy gained.

• Principle of conservation of Carry out activities /view computer

energy simulation/situations to discuss

• Define power conservation of energy

• Efficiency of device Discuss efficiency on using different

• Solve problems types of lighting and engines.

2.11 : Appreciating the Recognise the importance of Discuss how to maximise efficiency for

importance of maximising efficiency of eg air conditioner can also be used as

maximizing the devices in conserving clothes dryer etc.

efficiency of resources.

devices

Elasticity Define Hooke’s Law simulation/situations to gain an idea on

Define Elastic potential elasticity.

energy Conduct expt to define Hooke’s Law

Determine factors that Investigat factors that affect elasticity

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/7_16

affect elasticity Research and report on the applications.

Applications of elasticity

Solve problems

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

Chapter 3 : Force and Define pressure Carry out activities /view computer

Pressure Describe applications of simulation/situations to gain an idea on

3.1 : Understanding pressure pressure.

Pressure Solve problems Research and report on its

applications

3.2 : Understanding Relate depth to pressure in a Observe situations to form ideas that

Pressure in liquids liquid pressure in liquid

Relate density to pressure in 1. acts in all directions

a liquid 2. increases with depth

De fine pressure as P = hρg 3. increases with density

Research and report on:

Describe applications of 1. the applications of pressure in liquids

pressure in liquids 2. ways to reduce the negative effects

Solve problems of pressure in liquids

3.3 : Understanding Gas explain gas pressure Carry out activities /view computer

Pressure and explain atmospheric simulation/situations to gain an idea on

Atmospheric Pressure pressure gas pressure and atmospheric pressure

describe applications of Discuss gas pressure in terms kinetic

atmospheric pressure theory.

Solve problems Discuss atmospheric pressure in terms

of the weight of atmosphere

Discuss various instruments to measure

gas and atmospheric pressure

Research and report on its

applications

Principle Explain hydraulic systems Pascal’s principle.

Describe applications of Discuss hydraulic systems as force

Pascal’s principle multiplier

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Solve problems Research and report on its

applications

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

3.5 : Applying Explain buoyant force Carry out an activity to show buoyant

Archimedes’ Principle Relate buoyant force to the force equals to the weight of the liquid

weight of the liquid displaced displaced.

State Archimedes’ Principle Conduct an experiment to investigate

Describe applications of their relationship.

Archimedes’ Principle Research and report on its applications

Solve problems eg. In submarine, hydrometer and hot

air balloons.

3.6 : Understanding Define Bernoulli’s principle Carry out activities /view computer

Bernoulli’s Principle Explain that a force exists simulation/situations to gain an idea of

due to the difference in Bernoulli’s principle

pressure of fluids in motion -force exists due to a difference in

Describe applications of pressure

Bernoulli’s principle Research and report on its

Solve problems applications

4.1 Understanding • Explain how a liquid – in – • Discuss how to define a temperature

thermal glass thermometer works scale

equilibrium • Demonstrate different types of

thermometer that can change physically

when temperature change.

4.2 Understanding • define specific heat capacity • Observe the change in temperature

specific (c) when:

heat capacity • state that c = Q/mӨ i. the same amount of heat is used to

• Solve problems heat different masses of water.

ii. The same amount of heat is used to

heat the same mass of different

liquids

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/11_16

• Activity to determine the specific heat

of a liquid and a solid.

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

4.3 Understanding • State that transfer of heat • Activities to show that is no change in

specific latent heat during a change of phase temperature when heat is supplied to a

does not cause a change in liquid at its boiling point and a solid at

temperature its melting point

• Solve problems • Discuss the energy transfer and the

molecules behaviour with the aid of

cooling and heating curve

• Plan and carry out an activity to

determine the specific latent heat of

fusion and vaporation

4.4 Understanding the • Explain gas pressure, • view computer simulations or model

gas laws temperature and zero to explain the pressure in gas and how

volume in terms of the volume and temperature affect the

behaviour of gas molecules pressure

• Determine the relationship • Plan and carry out experiments to

between determine the relationship between

i pressure and volume at i. pressure and volume

constant temperature ii. volume and temperature

ii volume and temperature iii. pressure and temperature

at constant pressure. • extrapolate P-T and V-T graphs to find

Iii pressure and the absolute zero temperature

temperature at constant

volume.

• Explain absolute zero

• Explain the absolute/Kelvin

scale of temperature

• solve problems involving

pressure, temperature and

volumn of a fixed mass of Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/12_16

gas.

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WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

5.1 Understanding • Describe the characteristics • Observe the image formed in a plane

reflection of light of the image formed by mirror

reflection of light. • Disscuss the laws of reflection

• State the laws of reflection • Demonstrate how rays are reflected

of light by plane mirror with the aid of optical

• Draw ray diagrams to show kit

the characteristics of the • Draw ray diagrams for plane mirror

image formed by • Observe the image formed by convex

i. plane mirror, and concave mirror

ii. convex mirror • Demonstrate how rays are reflected

iii. concave mirror by convex and concave mirrors with

• Describe applications of the aid of optical kit

reflection of light • Draw ray diagrams to determine the

• Solve problems involving position and characteristics of the

reflection of light image formed by a concave and

• Construct a device based on convex mirror

the application of reflection • Research and report on applications of

of light. reflection of light

• Construct a device based on the

application of reflection of light

5.2 Understanding • Explain refraction of light • Observe situations to gain idea of

refraction of light • Define refractive index refraction

• Determine the refractive • Conduct and experiment to obtain

index of a glass or perspex Snell’s Law

block • Carry out an activity to determine the

• State the refractive index as refractive index of a glass or perspex

the ratio of the speed of block

light in vacuum and in • Discuss the refractive index

denser medium • Research and report phenomenon due

• Describe phenomena due to to

refraction • refraction

• Solve problems involving • Carry out activities to gain an idea of

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/14_16

refraction of light apparent depth. With the aid of

diagrams discuss real depth and

apparent depth.

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/15_16

WEEK LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

5.3 Understanding • Explain total internal • Carry out activities to show total

total internal reflection of light internal refllection and critical angle

reflection of light • Define critical angle, c • Discuss with the aid of diagrams:

• Relate critical angle to the i. Total internal reflaction and

refractive index critical angle

• Describe natural ii. relationship between critical

phenomenon involving total angle and refractive index

internal reflection. • Research and report on

• Describe applications of i. Natural phenomenon involving total

total internal reflection internal reflection

• Solve problems involving ii. The applications of total internal

total internal reflection. reflection

5.4 Understanding • Explain focal point and focal • Use an optical kit to observe and

Lenses length measure focal point and focal length

• Determine the focal point of convex and concave lenses.

and focal length of convex • Draw ray diagrams

lens and concave lens • Discuss magnificatioan with the aid

• Draw ray diagrams to show of ray diagtrams

the positions and • Carry out an activity to find the

characteristics of the images relationship between u, v and f.

formed by a convex lens and • Carry out activities to gain an idea

concave lens. on the use of lenses in optical devices

• Define magnification as m = • Discuss telescope and microscope

v/u with the help of ray diagrams

• Relate focal length to the • Construct an optical device that

object distance,u, and image uses lenses

distance,v

• Describe with the aid of ray

digrams, the use of lenses in

optical devices

• Able to construct optical

device that uss lenses

Ruzita Ali/2006/ Physics Form 4/16_16

• Solve problems involving to

lenses.

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