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## KLB Form 1 Physics Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

 Comprehensive Secondary Physics, Secondary Physics KLB, Principles of Physics, Golden Tips and Teacher's Book Form 1 Physics Schemes of work Term 3 2020/2021 WK NO. L/NO. TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCES REMARKS 1 1-4 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM'S EXAMS 2 1-2 Electrostatics Charging materials by induction and contact By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Explain the charging of materials by induction and contact.Describe origin of charge.State the law of charge. DemonstrationsDiscussionsExperiments Polythene bagsThrustGlass rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.89Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.245-250Golden Tips Physics Pg.133-134Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.264 3-4 Electrostatics Laws of charge By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Describe the electrostatic charge.Explain the electrostatic charge. State types of charge. DiscussionsExperimentsObservations RubberPiece of paperGlassAmberSilk materialFarElectroscope Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.89-91Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.245-248Golden Tips Physics Pg.133Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.509-510 3 1-2 Electrostatics The leaf electrode By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:State the unit of charges and construct leaf electroscope. Discussing.Constructing an electroscope.Experiment Leaf electroscopeGlass rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.91-92Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.251-252Golden Tips Physics Pg.133Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.511 3-4 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by contact. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by contact. DemonstrationDiscussionsExperiments ElectroscopeGlass rodEbonite rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.94-96Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.249-250Golden Tips Physics Pg.134Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.512 4 1-2 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by induction. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by induction. DescriptionsDiscussionsExperiments ElectroscopeGlass rodEbonite rod Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.94-96Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.248-249Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.513-515 3-4 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by separation. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by separation. DescriptionsDiscussionsExperiments Rods of conductors and non-conductorsElectroscopeTiles Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.96-97Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.250-251 5 1-2 Electrostatics Charging an electroscope by EHT source. By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge an electroscope by EHT source. DemonstrationDiscussionsExperiments Rods of conductors and non-conductorsElectroscopeTiles Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.97Teacher's book 1 Pg.29-32 3-4 Electrostatics Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:answer questions on electrostatics Questions and answers ChalkboardText books Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.259-260Golden Tips Physics Pg.138-139Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.527-530 6 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Sources of continuous current By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:State the sources of continuous current ExperimentsDiscussionsDemonstration CellsAcidsFruitsSolar panelsPetroleum products Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.99-100Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.261-265Golden Tips Physics Pg.140Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.408-409 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Connecting an electric circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Draw and set up a simple electric circuitIdentify circuit symbols Identify circuit symbolsDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments CellsWiresBulbsCharts on circuit symbols Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.99-101Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.266-273Golden Tips Physics Pg.140Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.408-409 7 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Connecting an electric circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Define electric currentExplain the working of a cellConnect cells in series and parallelMeasure the effective E.M.F MeasuringDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments CellsConnecting wiresBulbs Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.100-101Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.241-273Golden Tips Physics Pg.140-143 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits The measuring of E.M.F By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure E.M.F MeasuringDiscussionsDemonstrationsExperiments AmmeterVoltmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-102Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.264Golden Tips Physics Pg.143Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409 8 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Conductivity of materials By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Investigate the electrical conductivity of materials CalculatingTestingConductivityExperiments ConductorsNon-conductors Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-103Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.273-275 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Measuring current in a circuit By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure the current in a circuit MeasuringExperimentingCalculating VoltmeterAmmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.101-103Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.266-269Golden Tips Physics Pg.142 9 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Primary cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Describe the working of primary cellsExplain the defects of primary cellsExplain how to care for a primary cell DiscussionExperimentsExplaining the defects of primary cells Primary cells Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.104-106Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.276-280Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409-414 3-4 Cells and Simple Circuits Measuring E.M.F in a primary cell By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Measure E.M.F in a primary cell ExperimentsDiscussionsDemonstrationsMeasuring Primary cellsVoltmeterSwitch Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.106Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.276-280Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.409-414 10 1-2 Cells and Simple Circuits Secondary cells By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Charge a secondary cellDischarge a secondary cellTake care of a secondary cell Explanation on charging and maintenance of simple cells Secondary cells Comprehensive Secondary Students Book 1 Pg.106-109Teacher's book 1 Pg.34-37Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.280-284Golden Tips Physics Pg.140 3-4 Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:Answer question on cellsAnswer questions on circuits DiscussionsDemonstrationsAsking questionsAnswering questions Secondary Physics Student Book 1 (KLB) Pg.287-288Golden Tips Physics Pg.150-151Principles of Physics (M.Nelko) Pg.422-423 11 END OF TERM EXAMS 12 REPORTS MAKING AND CLOSURE
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