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PHYSICS

SS 1 SECOND TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

HEAT ENERGY

-Concept of temperature

-Effects of heat

i) Rise/fall in temperature

ii) Expansion/Contraction

iii) Change of state/phase

iv) Change of resistance, etc

-Expansion in solids and its consequences and application



The teacher to use kinetic theory to explain changes in temperature.


2

THERMAL EXPANSIVITY

-Linear expansivity

-Area expansivity

-Volume or cubic expansivity



Teacher to guide the students on how to solve simple problems involving linear, area and volume expansivity.


3

TRANSFER OF HEAT ENERGY

-Conduction

-Convection

-Radiation



The teacher to lead the students to identify a better absorber of radiant heat between black and shinning surface.

4

ELECTRIC CHARGES

-Production of charges

-Types of charges

-Distribution of charges

-Storage of charges

-Application in lightening conductor



The teacher to guide the students in producing charges using different methods.

5

DESCRIPTION AND PROPERTIES OF FIELDS

-Concept of fields

-Types of fields( gravitational, magnetic and electric fields)

-Properties of fields



The teacher to use iron filling and bar magnet to show field and field lines.

6

GRAVITATIONAL FIELD

-Concept of gravitational field

-Acceleration due to gravity

-Shape and dimension of the earth



The teacher to demonstrate the use of ticker-timer to determine acceleration due to gravity.

7

ELECTRIC FIELD

-Electric lines of force

-Electric current and potential difference

-Production of electric current



The teacher to show lines of force using a test positive charge.

8

ELECTRIC FIELD

-Electric circuit

-Electric conduction through materials

-Ohm’s law

-Electrical work done in a given circuit


Teacher to lead the student to make electric circuit from an electric cell, key, the ammeter, voltmeter and resistors in parallel and series.

9

PARTICLE NATURE OF MATTER

-Structure of matter

i) Evidence of the particle nature of matter

ii) Simple atomic structure

-Molecules

i) Their nature

ii) Their size

.Brownian motion

.Diffusion

-States of matter

i) Solid

ii) Liquid

iii) Gas


The teacher to lead discussion on the concept of the atom; give a simple illustration e.g. Successive cutting of a piece of yam by students.

The teacher to use models to illustrate the three states of matter. Guides students to do similar illustrations.



10

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE

-Arrangement of atoms in crystal structure

-Distinction between crystalline and amorphous substances


The teacher to provide different substances to identify which is crystalline and non crystalline.

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Revision

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Examination

Examination

PHYSICS

SS 1 THIRD TERM

WEEK

TOPIC/ CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF SOLID

-Hooke’s Law

-Young Modulus

-Work done in springs and elastic string



Teacher to guide the students to verify Hooke’s Law


2

FLUIDS AT REST AND IN MOTION

-Surface Tension

i) Definition and effects and their applications

-Capillarity

i) Cohesion

ii)Adhesion

-Viscosity

i) Definition

ii) Terminal velocity

iii) Application of viscosity



Teacher to lead students to perform simple experiments on surface tension and also lead discussion on the applications of viscosity.


3

PHYSICS IN TECHNOLOGY

-Units in industry

-Electrical continuity testing

-Solar energy

-Solar panels or Solar collectors for energy supply


-Teacher to guide the students to construct simple tester.

-Lead students to construct solar collector and use it to heat water.



4

EQUILIBRIUM OF FORCES

-Resultant and Equilibrant forces

-Parallel forces

-Moment of a force




The teacher to guide the students on the verification of the principle of moment.

5

CENTRE OF GRAVITY

-Stability of objects

-Stable

-Unstable



-Neutral

Teacher to guide the students on how to determine the centre of gravity of given uniform and nom-uniform solids.

6

EQUILIBBRIUM OF BODIES IN LIQUIDS

-Archimedes’ Principle

-Law of floatation

-Density and relative density

-Hydrometer


Teacher to guide students to verify Archimedes’ principle and also to determine the density and relative density of common materials.

7

LINEAR MOMENTUM

-Momentum and Impulse

-Newton’s law of motion

-Conservation of linear momentum

-Applications of Newton’s law of motion


Teacher guides students on the application.

8

MECHANICAL ENERGY

-Application of mechanical energy

-Machines:

i) Force ratio

ii) Velocity ratio

iii) Efficiency

-Types of Machines

i) Levers

ii) Pulleys

iii) Inclined Plane

iv) Wedge

v) Screw


vi) Wheel and axle

vii)Gear wheels, etc



The teacher to use a lever to demonstrate the working of a simple machine.

Students should practice the applications.



9

PROJECTILES

-Concept of Projectiles

-Ways of projecting an object

i) Vertical Projection

ii) Horizontal projection

iii) Projecting at an angle to the horizontal

-Simple problems involving range, height, time of flight.


The teacher to use thrown ball against a vertical wall to demonstrate projectile motion.

Students should practice the applications





10

CIRCULAR MOTION

-Uniform circular motion

-Centripetal force

-Centripetal acceleration

-Centrifugal force

-Angular speed and velocity

-Example of circular motion


Teacher to use a stone tied to a string to demonstrate circular motion

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SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION

-Definition of Simple harmonic motion

-Displacement, velocity and acceleration of Simple harmonic motion

-Energy of simple harmonic motion

-Forced vibration and resonance


The teacher to use the simple pendulum, loaded spiral springs, loaded test tube oscillating in a liquid to illustrate simple harmonic motion.

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Revision

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Examination

Examination

FURTHER MATHS

FIRST TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SET I

  1. Definition of set

  2. Set notation methods

  3. Types of set:

  1. Null set

  2. Singleton

  3. Finite

  4. Infinite

  5. Universal

  6. Power set

  7. Number of elements

i. Teacher: Guides the students to define the types of sets and their notation.
ii. Students: use different methods to present sets.
Instructional Resources: charts of sets using the different methods of notation etc.

2

SET II

i. set operations

a. union

b. intersection

c. Venn diagrams and applications up to 3 set problem


Teacher: guides students to draw Venn diagrams and how to use them to solve problems.

Students: solve problems involving set operations and Venn diagram.

Instructional Resources: charts of different operations and of 2-set, 3-sets Venn diagram etc.

3

INDICES

i. laws of indices

ii. application of indices

iii. Indicial equations



Teacher: Drills the students on calculations involving the use of the laws of indices

Students: study the steps in solving indicial equations.

Instructional Resource: charts on laws of indices and solutions of indicial equations etc.

4

LOGARITHMS

i. laws of logarithms

ii. change of base of logarithms


Teacher: Drills the students on problems involving the laws of logarithms

Students: solve problems involving the use of the laws.

Instructional Resources: charts of the laws of logarithms and the rule of change of base of logarithms illustrated with examples etc.

5

COORDINATE GEOMETRY(The straight line I)

i. Midpoint of a line segment

ii. Gradient of a straight line

iii. Distance between two points



Teacher: guides the students to determine the distance between two point.

Students: determine problems on the straight line.

Instructional Resources: charts on various ideas on the straight line etc.

6

COORDINATE GEOMETRY (The straight line II)

i. Conditions for parallelism and perpendicular

ii. Equation of a line


Teacher: leads the students to determine the condition for parallelism and perpendicularity.

Students: derive the equation of a line in different forms.

Instructional Resources: charts of equation of a line in different form.


7

COORDINATE GEOMETRY (The straight line III)

i. Transforming non-linear relationship into linear form.

ii. Areas of triangles and quadrilaterals.


Teacher: guides students to determine the areas of triangles and quadrilaterals where the coordinates of the vertices are given.

Students: transform relations into linear forms.

Instructional Resources: charts of transformed relationship etc.

8

SURDS

i. Definition of surds

ii. Rules for manipulating surds

iii. Rationalization of the denominators of surds



Teacher: guides students to the rules for manipulating surds

Students: work on examples on rationalizing the denominator

Instructional Resources: charts of the rules for manipulating surds.

9

TRIGONEMETRIC RATIOS OF SPECIAL ANGLES

i. Trigonometric Ratio of 30o, 45o and 60o

ii. Application of trigonometric ratio 30o, 45o and 60o to solve problems without the use of tables.


Teacher: guides students to derive trigonometric ratios of 30o, 45o and 60o

Students: derive trigonometric ratios of 30o, 45o and 60o.

Instructional Resources: plane figures of right-angled triangles showing angles of 30o, 45o and 60o.

10

LOGICAL REASONING

i. The truth table

ii. Using p or q, p and q (pvq; p^q)

iii. P=>q, p<=>q

iv. Rule, of syntax, simple true or false statement.


Teacher: guides the students to construct truth table.

Students: solve practical problems involving the truth table.

Instructional Resources: Charts showing examples on truth table.

Instructional Resources: charts showing examples on truth table.

11

LOGICAL REASONING

i. Rules of logic application to argument

ii. Implication and deduction.


Teacher: leads the students on the rules of implication and deduction

Students: solve problems on antecedents and consequences of statements

Instructional Resources: charts showing conditional statements.

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FURTHER MATHS

SECOND TERM SS ONE


WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

ACTIVITIES

1

SEQUENCES AND SERIES

i. Definition of sequences and series

ii. the nth term of a sequence and series

iii. Arithmetic progression (AP)




Teacher: guides students on how find the nth term of sequences and series.

Students: participate in giving examples of sequences.

Instructional Resources: Charts of examples of sequences and series etc.

2

SEQUENCES AND SERIES

i. Geometric progression (GP)

ii. Solving problems on AP and GP.


Teacher: guides the students to recognize convergent and divergent geometric progression.

Students: find the sum to infinity of convergent geometric progressions.

Instructional Resources: charts of examples of convergent and divergent geometric progressions etc.


3

FUNCTIONS

i. Definition of a function

ii. Types of function


  1. One to one

  2. Onto function

  3. Inverse function

  4. Identity function

  5. Constant function

  6. Circular function

Teacher: guides the students to define the types of functions.

Students: gives examples of types of functions.

Instructional Resources: charts of types of functions etc.

4

FUNCTIONS

ai. Logarithmic function

ii. Exponential functions

bi. Application of functions

ii. Solutions to problems on functions


Teacher: Drills students on problems on function

Students: learn the steps in solving problems on functions

Instructional Resources: charts of solutions of some problems on functions etc.


5

VECTORS IN TWO DIMENSIONS

i. Scalars and vectors

- zero vectors

- negative vectors

ii. Vector addition and subtraction

iii. Scalar multiplication of vectors

iv. Magnitude and direction of vectors

v. Unit vector.



Teacher: guides the students to identify vectors and scalars

Students: perform simple operations on vectors

Instructional Resources: charts of directed line vectors etc.

6

VECTORS IN TWO DIMENSIONS II

i. Triangle law of vectors

ii. Parallelogram law of vectors

iii. Resolution of vectors



Teacher: leads students to resolve vectors.

Students: resolve vectors in given direction

Instructional Resources: charts of resolved vectors etc.


7

VECTORS IN TWO DIMENSION III

i. Scalar (dot) product

ii. Application of scalar (dot) product


Teacher: directs students to apply scalar product in geometry and trigonometry

Students: Define scalar product

Instructional Resource: charts of geometrical application of scalar product etc.

8

MEASURE OF LOCATION

Mean, mode, median (for grouped data)



Teacher: guides students to determine the measures of location of data.

Students: Determine the measures of location of data.

Instructional Resources: charts of determined measures of location etc.


9

MEASURE OF LOCATION

i. Decile

ii. Percentile

iii. Quartile



Teacher: guides the students to determine the measures of location of data.

Students: determine the measures of location

Instructional Resources: charts of determined measures of location etc.

10

MEASURE OF DISPERSION

i. Range


ii. Inter-quartiles

Teacher: guides the students to determine the measures of dispersion of data

Students: determine the measures of dispersion of data

Instructional Resources: charts of determined measures of dispersion

11

MEASURE OF DISPERSION

i. mean deviation

ii. standard deviation

iii. Coefficient of variation



Teacher: guides the students to determine the measures of dispersion of data

Students: determine the measures of dispersion of data.

Instructional Resources: charts of determined measures of dispersion of data.


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