The teacher to use a lever to demonstrate the working of a simple machine.
Students should practice the applications.
-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
-Uniform circular motion
-Angular speed and velocity
-Example of circular motion
Teacher to use a stone tied to a string to demonstrate circular motion
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.
FIRST TERM SS ONE
TOPIC / CONTENT
SET I Definition of set
Set notation methods
Types of set:
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.
i. set operations
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.
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.
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.
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.