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LESSON PLAN Subject Class Date Time Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcome : Physics : Form 4 Dinamik

: 7 March 2008 : 8.30 am 9.00 am (30 minutes) : Forces and Motion : Understanding the effects of a force : A student is able to a) determine the relationship between force, mass and acceleration i.e. F = ma. b) solve problems using F = ma. (nett

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Scientific Concepts: When the forces acting on an object are balanced they cancel each other out force = 0). The object then behaves as if there is no force acting on it.

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Scientific Skills/TSTS: Predicting, Inferring, Observing, Controlling Variables, Making Hypothesis, Designing an Experiment, Making Conclusion, Generating Ideas, Problem Solving Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values: Having an interest, curious, having critical and analytical thinking, being creative, being objective, thinking rationally, being confident, being respectful and well mannered and being cooperative Materials, equipments and resource materials: Cart, book, track Consideration of Safety Precautions: None Prior Knowledge: Students have already learned about balanced and unbalanced forces

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Phase

Scientific Concept/ Content -Definition of F=ma

Teaching and Learning Activities Teacher Activities Student Activities -Teacher give a short story about his shopping day. - Ask student about the events happened. - Give the objective of the lessons. - Make review for last class. - Give instruction to student to make ABCD board in a piece of paper - Show the uncomplete concept map to student about F=ma - Ask student about some concepts of F=ma -Student responds to teachers questions

Notes -Strategy/Technique: Whole class Q&A -Resources: PP slides -Skills: Generating ideas, making inferences -Attitudes/values: Being confident, well-mannered

Introduction/ Eliciting Ideas (5 minutes)

Structuring/ Restructuring of Ideas (10 minutes)

-a is directly proportional to force applied if the mass is costant -a is inversely proportional to mass if the force acting is constant

- Teacher shows apparatus set up about the events that related to his story. - Ask central guiding questions: How does the relationship between mass, acceleration and force? How does the acceleration relate to force? How does the acceleration relate to mass? -Ask student for their hypotheses, the design of an experiments to investigate the relationship, and the variables involved?

-Students make prediction, inference, observation and conclusion -Students make hypotheses, give suggestions on the design of an experiment and state all the variables involved.

-Strategy/Technique: Interactive Demonstration and an inquiry activity in group -Instruments: cart, book, cart track -Skills: Predicting, Inferring, Observing, Controlling Variables, Making Hypothesis, Designing an Experiment, Making

-Do some interactive demonstration to make student more curiosty to find the relationship between acceleration, mass and force. - Guide student to find the relationship between acceleration, mass and force. - Guide student to sketch graphs about the relationship between acceleration, mass and force. -Tell student to make an experiment in next lab session.

-Students do the activity that teacher ask to do so.

Conclusion, Generating Ideas -Attitudes/Values: Having an interest and curiosity towards the investigation environment. Being honest in recording observation Having critical and analytical thinking. Being creative Thinking rationally Being confident and independent Being cooperative

-Newtons 2nd law states that the acceleration of a Application of body,a , is directly Ideas proportional to the (10 minutes) net force acting on it, F, and inversely proportional to its mass, m: F=ma

- Ask some students to give the definitions of Newtons Law of motion by theirselves. -Give students some questions about F=ma to solve

-Students solve problems by ownself. -Students show their own answers.

-Skills: Problem solving -Attitudes/Values: Having critical and analytical thinking Thinking rationally Being confident and independent

Reflection/ Closure (5 minutes)

- Teacher ask student to complete the concept map. -Teacher ask student to conclude the lessons topic. -Shows back the objective lessons. -Give reading assignment about the experiment on next lab sessions. -Give some exercises in text book and reference book.

-Students conclude the lesson by verbally stating the main ideas and relating to their initial ideas

Strategy/Techniques: Whole class Q&A -Resources: PP slides -Skills: Making conclusion -Attitudes/Values: Being confident