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Student Analysis School grade/semester : XII / 1 Major Subject : Wave

b. Task Analysis (Curriculum Analysis) Grade : XII; Semester : 1 No 1 2 3 Analysis Part Standart of competence Basic competence Indicators Result Analysis 1. To apply concept and principle of wave phenomenon in problem solving 1.1 To describe phenomenon and characteristic of wave generally a. Kognitive Product 1. To identify characteristics of transversal wave 2. To identify characteristics of longitudinal wave 3. To identify characteristics of mechanics wave 4. To identify characteristics of electromagnetics wave 5. To identify characteristics of traveling wave 6. To identify characteristics of stationer wave. b. Kognitive Process 1. Observing 2. Comparing and Constrasting 3. Clasifying 4. Inductive observation c. Psicomotor 1. Demonstrate kind of wave by using slingky 2. Demonstrate kind of wave by using string thinking based on

d. Social skill /affective 1. To ask 2. To communicate students knowladge e. Attitude 1. Accurate

Main topic/problem


c. Concept Analysis Main topic/Problem : Wave No 1 Analysis Fact Result Analysis Water surface became not flat when rain We can communicate by using tin and string. When sleep on the floor, we can hear that anybody walking The sun feel heat on the earth We can communicate by phone Wave Direction of propagation Trasverse wave Longitudinal wave Medium Mechanical wave Electromagnetic wave Amplitude Traveling wave Stationer wave


Periode (sekon) Speed of wave Wave length (meter) Frequence (Hz) Phase


Wave is vibration that propagate. Transverse waves is wave propagating direction perpendicular to the direction of vibration. Longitudinal waves is wave propagating direction same with direction of vibration. Medium is instrumentality for storing or communicating information. Mechanical wave is wave that requires a material medium for its propagation. Electromagnetic wave is wave that does not require any material medium for its propagation and can travel even through vacuum. Amplitude is absolute value of the largest deviation of the particle can be achieved. Traveling wave is wave that propagate with fixed amplitude. Stationer wave is wave that propagate with change amplitude. Periode is interval of time required to take two consecutive peaks or two consecutive base. Wave length is distance between two consecutive peaks or distance between two consecutive base. Frequence is the sum of vibration that occur within one second.

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Law Theory

Basic wave equation:

Equation of simple harmonic vibration deviation:

Wave phase:

Equation of vibration in an anypoint: