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WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 3
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Energy
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define energy
Describe various forms of energy

Defining energy
Stating the forms of energy
Identifying and describing energy transformation

Chart on the forms of energy and transformation
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages34-35
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 17-18
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 121,122-125
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 39
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 83-86
1 4
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Sources of energy Renewable Non-renewable
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

Discussion on the sources of energy
Descriptions of renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

Chart on the sources of energy
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages41
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 19-21
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 121,122-125
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 39
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 83,85-86
1 5
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Sources of energy Renewable Non-renewable
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

Discussion on the sources of energy
Descriptions of renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

Chart on the sources of energy
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages41
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 19-21
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 121,122-125
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 39
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 83,85-86
2 1
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Kinetic energy Potential energy power
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


define power
explain the meaning of power potential and kinetic energies
distinguish between kinetic energy and potential energy

Discussion and the meanings of kinetic energy and potential energy
Defining power
Distinguishing between kinetic energy and potential energy

Object that can be lifted
Spring balance
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 43-45
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 18-22
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 126-132,134-136
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 40-41
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 90-96
2 2
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Simple machines
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


State and describe the efficiency of various machines

Discussion on efficiency of different machines
Experiments to illustrate efficiency of various machines
Problem solving

Levers
Pulleys
Inclined planes
Strings
Masses
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 45-51
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 18-22
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 137-159
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 44-50
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 97-111
2 3
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
The law of conservation of energy
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


State the laws of conservation of energy
Explain the applications of the laws of conservations of energy

Discussion on the law of conservation of energy

Chart on the laws of conservation of energy
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 41-42
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 20-21
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 132-134
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 39
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 86-88
2 4
Energy, Work, Power And Machines
Work
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define work
Explain the concept of work and energy

Experiment on work done by moving objects through a distance
Problem solving

Masses
Wooden block
Spring balance
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 42-43
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 18-22
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 125-132
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 39-40
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 88-90
2 5
Current Electricity Ii
Electric current Scale reading
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define potential
Differentiate and state its SI units
Measure potential difference and current in a circuit

Defining potential difference
Measuring P.d
Discussion on p.d and current
Experiments to illustrate p.d and current

Ammeter
Voltmeter
Battery
Connecting wires
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 54-55
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 161-164
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 53
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 116-117
3 1
Current Electricity Ii
Ohm?s Law
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Derive and verify ohm?s law
State ohm?s law

Experiments verifying ohm?s law
Stating ohm?s law

Ammeter
Voltmeter
Rheostat
Wires
Dry cells
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 55-57
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 168-171
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 53-54
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 120-124
3 2
Current Electricity Ii
Measurement of resistance
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe experiment to measure resistance using ? voltmeter method
The Wheatstone bridge method
The meter bridge

Experiments to measure resistance of materials

Ammeters
Voltmeters
Rheostats
Connecting wires
Resistance wire
Dry cells
Switches
Meter bridge
Wheatstone bridge
Resisters with known resistance
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 57-59
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 26-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 177-180
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 54-55
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 122-124
3 3
Current Electricity
Ammeters and voltmeters
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Measure potential difference and current in a circuit using the ammeters

Scale reading
Converting units of measurements
Discussing simple electric circuits

Ammeters
Voltmeters
Battery
Wires
Rheostat
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 54-55
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 164-168
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 53
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 118-119
3 4
Current Electricity
Ammeters and voltmeters
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Measure potential difference and current in a circuit using the ammeters

Scale reading
Converting units of measurements
Discussing simple electric circuits

Ammeters
Voltmeters
Battery
Wires
Rheostat
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 54-55
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 164-168
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 53
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 118-119
3 5
Current Electricity
Voltage-current relationships
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define resistance and state its SI unit
Determine experientially the voltage current
Relationship for resistance in series and parallel

Defining resistance
Experiments to determine the relationship between voltage-current

Resistance wire
Rheostat
Battery
Voltmeter
Ammeter
Connecting wires
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 57-59
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 26-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 171-177
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 53-54
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 122-124
4 1
Current Electricity
Effective resistance for registers in series and parallel
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Derive effective resistance

Discussions on deriving the effective resistance
Deriving effective resistance of registers in parallel and series

Cells
Resistors
Ammeters
Voltmeters
wires
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 60-66
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 180-189
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 56-57
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 124-131
4 2
Current Electricity
Effective resistance for registers in series and parallel
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Derive effective resistance

Discussions on deriving the effective resistance
Deriving effective resistance of registers in parallel and series

Cells
Resistors
Ammeters
Voltmeters
wires
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 60-66
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 180-189
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 56-57
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 124-131
4 3
Current Electricity
E.m.f and internal resistance (E=V+1r)
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Determine e.m.f
Explain the internal resistance of a cell

Explanation on internal resistance
Demonstration on e.m.f and internal resistance
Discussion on e.m.f

Voltmeters
Ammeter
Cells
Connecting wires
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 62-63
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 24-28
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 190-195
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 56-59
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 124
4 4
Waves II
Properties of waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


State and explain the properties of waves experimentally
Sketch wave fronts to illustrate the reflections

Stating and explaining the properties of waves
Sketching wave fronts illustrate reflection

Rope/wire
Various reflections
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 67-69
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 198-203
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 64-65
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 134-142
4 5
Waves II
Diffraction, refraction and interference of waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Sketch various wave fonts to illustrate their diffraction, refraction and interference

Sketching various wave fonts
Experiments to illustrate refraction, diffraction and interference

Water
Basin
Ripple
Tank
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 70-73
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 203-212
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 65-66
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 142-144
5

MID TERM EXAM

6 1
Waves II
Constructive and distractive waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Explain constructive and destructive interference

Discussion on constructive and destructive interference
Experiments constructive and destructive interference

Ripple tank
Rope/wire
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 73-74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 203-212
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 65-66
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 144-147
6 2
Waves II
Constructive and distractive waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Explain constructive and destructive interference

Discussion on constructive and destructive interference
Experiments constructive and destructive interference

Ripple tank
Rope/wire
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 73-74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 203-212
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 65-66
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 144-147
6 3
Waves II
Constructive and distractive waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Explain constructive and destructive interference

Discussion on constructive and destructive interference
Experiments constructive and destructive interference

Ripple tank
Rope/wire
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 73-74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 203-212
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 65-66
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 144-147
6 4
Waves II
Stationary waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe experiments to illustrate stationary waves

Demonstration and explaining of stationery waves

Wires under tension
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 212-215
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 66-67
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 147-148
6 5
Waves II
Stationary waves
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe experiments to illustrate stationary waves

Demonstration and explaining of stationery waves

Wires under tension
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 212-215
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 66-67
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 147-148
7 1
Waves II
Vibrating air columns
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe and explain closed pipe and open pipe

Describing vibrations in close and open pipes

Open and closed pipes
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 218-220
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 67-73
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 148-149
7 2
Waves II
Vibrating air columns
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe and explain closed pipe and open pipe

Describing vibrations in close and open pipes

Open and closed pipes
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 74
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 29-32
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 218-220
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 67-73
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 148-149
7 3
Electrostatics Ii
Electric field patterns
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Sketch electric field patterns around charged bodies

Discussion on electric field patterns
Observing and plotting field patterns

Charts on magnetic fields
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 76-77
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 222-225
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 76-77
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 151-152
7 4
Electrostatics Ii
Charge distribution on conductors
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe charge distribution on conductors:
Spherical and pear shaped conductors

Discussions on charge distribution on conductors
Experiment is demonstrated/illustrate charge distribution on conductors

Vande Graaf generator
Chart showing charge distribution on different conductors
Gold leaf electroscope
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 77-78
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 225-228
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 77-78
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 153-154
7 5
Electrostatics Ii
Charge distribution on conductors
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe charge distribution on conductors:
Spherical and pear shaped conductors

Discussions on charge distribution on conductors
Experiment is demonstrated/illustrate charge distribution on conductors

Vande Graaf generator
Chart showing charge distribution on different conductors
Gold leaf electroscope
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 77-78
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 225-228
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 77-78
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 153-154
8 1
Electrostatics Ii
Lighting arrestor
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Explain how lightning arrestor works

Discussions on the lighting arrestor
Explanations on the lighting arrestor

Improvised lighting arrestor
Photographs of lightning arrestor
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 79-80
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 229-230
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 79
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155
8 2
Electrostatics Ii
Capacitance
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define capacitance and state its SI units
Describe the charging and discharging of a capacitor
State and explain the factors that affect the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor

Experiments on charging and discharging capacitor
Discussion on factors affecting capacitance
Defining capacitance

Complete circuits
capacitors
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 80-82
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 230-237
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 79-80
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155-158
8 3
Electrostatics Ii
Capacitance
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Define capacitance and state its SI units
Describe the charging and discharging of a capacitor
State and explain the factors that affect the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor

Experiments on charging and discharging capacitor
Discussion on factors affecting capacitance
Defining capacitance

Complete circuits
capacitors
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 80-82
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 230-237
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 79-80
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155-158
8 4
Electrostatics Ii
Combinations of capacitors
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Derive the effective capacitance of capacitors in series and parallel

Deriving effective capacitance of capacitors in series and parallel
Solving problems
Discussion in the effective capacitance

Capacitors in series and parallel connections
Charts showing complete circuits
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 80-82
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 237-241
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 81-82
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155-158
8 5
Electrostatics Ii
Energy stored in a charged capacitor
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:


Describe the energy stored in a charged capacitor

Describing the energy stored in a charged capacitor

Capacitors
Dry cells
Charts on capacitors used
Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 82
Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39
Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 244
Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 82
Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 159-160
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