Physics Form 2 Lesson Plans Term 3 ( Week 5 -10)

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC: BERNOULLI'S EFFECT              WEEK:  5                                    LESSON NUMBER:1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-State and explain Bernoulli’s effect/principle.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTION State the Bernoulli’s effect Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 215-221 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT State and explain Bernoulli’s effect/principle. -Illustrating Bernoulli’s effect by experiments Paper funnel Plane paper Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42 Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 215-221 5 MINUTES CONCLUSION Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 2 pages 40-42 Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 215-221

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC: APPLICATIONS OF BERNOULLI'S PRINCIPLE              WEEK:                                      LESSON NUMBER: 2&3

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-Describe how the Bernoulli’s effect is applied.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 10 MINUTES INTRODUCTION Highlight places where bernoulli’s principle is applied. Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 221-231 60 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT Describe how the Bernoulli’s effect is applied. -Describing the application of Bernoulli’s principle. Bunsen burner. Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 221-231 10 MINUTES CONCLUSION Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. Secondary physics KLB students book 2 page 221-231

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC:   THE CAR CARBURETOR             WEEK:  5                                    LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-Describe the working of the car carburetor.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTION Explain what a car carburetor is. Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. KLB students book 2 pages 232-233. 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT Describe the working of the car carburetor. -Explanation on how the Bernoulli’s principle is applied on a carburetor. A car carburetor. KLB students book 2 pages 232-233. 5 MINUTES CONCLUSION -Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. KLB students book 2 pages 232-233.

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC: HORIZONTAL PIPES              WEEK:  6                                    LESSON NUMBER: 1

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-Describe how a horizontal pipe uses the Bernoulli’s effect to work.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTION Explain what a horizontal pipe is. Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. KLB students book 2 pages 234-235. 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT   Describe how a horizontal pipe uses the Bernoulli’s effect to work. -Discussion. Demonstration. Notes taking. Horizontal pipe. KLB students book 2 pages 234-235. 5 MINUTES CONCLUSION Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. KLB students book 2 pages 234-235.

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

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NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC: DYNAMIC LIFT              WEEK: 6                                    LESSON NUMBER: 2& 3

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-Describe how dynamic lift is related to the Bernoulli’s principle.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 10 MINUTES INTRODUCTION Explain what dynamic lift is. Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. KLB students book 2 pages 235-236. 60 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT Describe how dynamic lift is related to the Bernoulli’s principle. -Listening and taking short notes. Bunsen burner. KLB students book 2 pages 235-236. 10 MINUTES CONCLUSION Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. KLB students book 2 pages 235-236.

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TEACHER'S NAME: _______________________________  TSC NO:___________________      SCHOOL/ INSTITUTION:_______________________________

FORM:  _______________________________________    TERM: ____________________       YEAR: __________________________________________

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: __________________________   SUBJECT: PHYSICS                  TOPIC: FLUID FLOW

SUB-TOPIC: DANGERS OF THE BERNOULLI'S EFFECT               WEEK: 6                                     LESSON NUMBER: 4

DATE: _________________________________________  TIME:____________________

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

-Describe how Bernoulli’s Principle is dangerous.

LESSON PRESENTATION

 TIME CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES 5 MINUTES INTRODUCTION Explain the dangers of the effects of the Bernoulli’s principle. Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. KLB students book 2 pages 236-237. 30 MINUTES BODY DEVELOPMENT Describe how Bernoulli’s Principle is dangerous. -Listening and taking short notes. Exercise books. Chalk/white board. KLB students book 2 pages 236-237. 5 MINUTES CONCLUSION Asking and answering questions from the learners to summarize the lesson’s objectives. Listening and answering questions. KLB students book 2 pages 236-237.

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