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ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN 2010

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

W1 6.1 A student is able to: JPNP Module

Understanding Waves • describe what is meant by wave Observe situations to gain an idea of waves as Ex. 6.1

motion. illustrated by vibrations in ropes, slinky springs, or

ripple tank.

Module for excellent

• recognize that waves transfer energy Carry out activities using a ripple tank and slinky

spring to demonstrate: P1 : 10

without transferring matter.

a) that waves transfer energy without P2 (Structured) : 2

• compare transverse and longitudinal waves

and give examples of each. transferring matter.

• state what is meant by a wave front. b) transverse and longitudinal waves

• state the direction of propagation of c) wavefronts

waves in relation to wavefronts. d) the direction of propagation of waves in

relation to wavefronts.

a) transverse and longitudinal waves

b) wavefronts

c) direction of propagation of waves in relation

to wavefronts for transverse and longitudinal

waves.

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

Observe an oscillating system such as a simple

W2 pendulum or a loaded spring to define amplitude,

• define period and frequency.

i. amplitude

ii. period View computer simulations to gain and

iii. frequency understanding of :

iv. wavelength a) amplitude (a)

v. wave speed b) period (T)

c) frequency (f)

d) wavelength (λ )

e) wave speed (v)

displacement- time graph for a wave.

• sketch and interpret a displacement – time

graph for a wave. Discuss amplitude and wavelength with the aid of

• sketch and interpret a displacement – a displacement- distance graph for a wave

distance graph for a wave.

Discuss the relationship between speed,

• clarify the relationship between speed, wavelength and frequency.

wavelength and frequency. V = fλ can be derived

Discuss to solve problems involving speed, from

• solve problems involving speed, wavelength wavelength and frequency. v= s

and frequency. t

Observe and discuss the effect of ;

• describe damping in a oscillating system. a) damping in an oscillating system

b) resonance in an oscillating system such as a

• describe resonance in a oscillating Barton’s pendulum.

system.

Analysing reflection of • Describe reflection of waves in terms Carry out activities to observe reflection of: Reflection of circular JPNP Module

waves of angle of incidence, angle of reflection, a) plane waves in a ripple tank, water waves and the use Ex. 6.2

wavelength, frequency, speed and direction b) light, of curved reflectors are

of propagation c) sound waves. not required.

P1 : 10

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

P2 (Structured) : 2

Discuss the characteristics of the reflected wave

• Draw a diagram to show reflection of in terms of the angle of reflection, wavelength,

waves frequency, speed and direction of propagation in

relation to the incidence wave.

6.3 A student is able to: Carry out activities to observe refraction of : Include refraction of JPNP Module

Analysing refraction of a) plane water waves in a ripple tank, water waves over Ex. 6.3

waves • describe refraction of waves in terms b) light waves, straight, concave and

of the angle of incidence, angle of refraction, c) sound waves. convex transparent

wavelength, frequency, speed and direction P2 (Structured) : 6

blocks.

of propagation. Discuss the characteristics of the refracted wave

in terms of the angle of refraction, wavelength,

• Draw a diagram to show refraction of frequency, speed and direction of propagation in

waves relation to the incident wave.

W4 6.4 A student is able to: Carry out activities to observe refraction of : Discuss the effect of JPNP Module

Analysing diffraction a) water waves in a ripple tank, size of gap on the

Ex. 6.4

of waves • describe diffraction of waves in b) light waves, degree of diffraction.

terms of wavelength, frequency, speed, c) sound waves.

direction of propagation and shape of waves.

Discuss the characteristics of the diffracted

P1 : 10

• Draw a diagram to show diffraction waves in terms of wavelength, frequency, speed, P2 (Structured) : 2

of waves. direction of propagation and shape of waves in P2 (Essay) : 1

relation to the incident wave.

W5 6.5

Analysing interference Observe a mechanical model such as a slinky • state the principle of superposition Young’s double slit JPNP Module

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

of wave spring to gain an idea of superposition. experiment may be used Ex. 6.5

to show interference of

Carry out activities to observe interference • explain the interference of waves light.

patterns of: • draw interference patterns

a) water waves in a ripple tank, • interpret interference patterns

P1 : 10

b) light waves,

c) sound waves P2 (Structured) : 2

P2 (essay) : 1

Discus constructive and destructive

interference λ - wavelength

X – the distance

• solve problems involving between two

Discus λ = ax consecutive nodes

D λ = ax A – the distance

D between the two wave

sources

D – the perpendicular

distance from the

source to the position

where x is measured

W6 6.6 A student is able to: JPNP Module

Analysing sound waves • describe sound waves Discuss Ex. 6.6

a) the production of sound by vibrating

sources

b) sound waves as a longitudinal wave

requiring a medium for propagation

P1 : 10

View computer simulations or carry out P2 (Structured) : 2

• explain how the loudness relates to activities to observe the effect of : P2 (essay) : 1

amplitude a) amplitude on loudness P3 (Q2) : 1

• explain how the pitch relates to b) frequency on pitch P3 (essay) : 1

frequency

View computer simulations or video to gain an

• describe applications of reflection of idea of applications of sound waves

sound waves

• calculate distances using the reflection Research and report on applications of the

of sound waves reflection of sound waves, e.g sonar and

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

ultrasound scanning

W7 6.7 A student is able to: Research and report on the component of the JPNP Module

Analyzing describe the electromagnetic electromagnetic spectrum in terms of; Emphasize that the Ex. 6.7

electromagnetic waves spectrum electromagnetic

state that visible light is a part of a) decreasing wavelength and increasing spectrum is continuous.

electromagnetic spectrum. frequency

list sources of electromagnetic waves b) sources

P1 : 10

describe the properties of

Discuss the properties of electromagnetic waves. P2 (Structured) : 2

electromagnetic waves

describe applications of

electromagnetic waves Discuss applications of electromagnetic waves such

as:

a) radio waves in broadcasting and

communications,

b) microwaves in satellites and cellular

telephones

c) infra- red rays in household appliances,

remote control and night vision devices,

d) visible light in optical fibres and

photography,

e) ultraviolet rays in fluorescent lamps and

sterillisation,

f) x-rays in hospital and engineering

applications

g) gamma rays in medical treatment

JPNP Module

• describe the detrimental effects of

excessive exposure to certain excessive exposure to certain components of the Ex. Reinforcement

components of the electromagnetic electromagnetic spectrum.

spectrum P1 : 10

P2 (Structured) : 3

P2 (essay) : 1

LEARNING AREA: ELECTRICITY

Week Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Objective Sources

W8 7.1 Analysing electric A student is able to:

fields and charge flow • state the relationship between electron Discuss electric current as the rate of charge Recall the activity JPNP Module

flow and electric current. Q carried out using a Van Ex. 7.1

• define electric current. flow, i.e. I = de Graff generator to

t show the relationship

Carry out activities/view computer simulations to

• describe an electric field. between electric charge

study electric field lines for different

• sketch electric field lines showing the and current flow.

arrangements of charges. P1 : 10

direction of the field.

I – current P2 (Structured) : 2

Observe the effect of an electric field on:

Q – charge

a ping-pong ball

• describe the effect of an electric field on T - time

coated with

a charge.

conducting material,

a candle flame.

• solve problem involving electric charge and

and current.

current

W9 7.2 Analysing the A student is able to: Potential difference and JPNP Module

relationship between • Define potential difference. View computer simulations to gain an voltage may be used Ex. 7.2

electric current and understanding of potential difference. interchangeably here.

potential difference

P1 : 10

Discuss potential difference(V) as work done (W)

P2 (Structured) : 2

when moving 1 C of charge(Q) between two points

in an electric field , i.e. P2 (essay) : 2

W P3 (Q1 ) : 2

V= P3 (Q2) : 2

Q

P3 (essay) : 2

Plan and conduct an experiment to find the

• Plan and conduct an experiment to

relationship between current and potential

find the relationship between current and

difference for an ohmic conductor.

potential difference

• Describe the relationship between

Learning Minimum Requirement &

Week Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Objective Sources

current and potential difference. potential difference and current at constant Module Enrichment JPNP

• State Ohm’s law temperature.

• Define resistance

Discuss resistance as the ratio of potential

difference to current for an ohmic conductor.

• Explain factors that affect resistance. conduct experiments to study and discuss factors

that affect resistance, i.e. the type of material,

cross-sectional area, length and temperature.

difference, current and resistance. difference, current and resistance.

• Describe superconductors

and parallel circuits JPNP Module

• Identify series and parallel circuits. Carry out activities to identify series and parallel Ex. 7.3

circuits.

• Compare the current and potential

difference of series circuits and parallel Carry out activities to study the current, I and

circuits. potential difference, V in series and parallel

circuits using ammeters and voltmeters to show P1 : 10

the value of I and V. P2 (Structured) : 2

• Determine the effective resistance of P2 (essay) : 2

resistors connected in series. Calculate the effective resistance of resistors

• Determine the effective resistance of connected in :

resistors connected in parallel. a) series

• Solve problems involving current, potential b) parallel

difference and resistance in series

circuits, parallel circuits and their

combinations Discuss and apply principles of current, potential

difference and resistance in series and parallel

circuits to new situations and to solve problems.

W11 7.4 Analysing A student should be able to: JPNP Module

Learning Minimum Requirement &

Week Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Objective Sources

electromotive force • Define electromotive force (e.m.f) Discuss e.m.f as the work done by a source in Clarify that e.m.f is not Ex. 7.4

and internal resistance driving a unit charge around a complete circuit. a force but energy per

unit charge

Carry out activities to distinguish between e.m.f

• Compare e.m.f and potential difference and potential difference

P1 : 10

• Explain internal resistance Carry out an activity to study internal resistance P2 (Structured) : 2

P2 (essay) : 1

Carry out an activity to determine e.m.f and P3 (Q2) : 2

• Determine e.m.f and internal resistance internal resistance of a battery by plotting a

voltage against current graph

• Solve problem involving e.m.f and internal Discuss to solve problems involving e.m.f and

resistance internal resistance

W12 7.5 Analysing A student is able to:

Electrical energy and JPNP Module

power • Define electrical energy. Discuss the relationship between : Ex. 7.5

• Define electric power. a) energy (E), voltage (V), current (I) and

time (t)

b) power (P), voltage (V) and current (I).

• Solve problems involving electrical energy Discuss to solve problems involving electrical P1 : 10

and power. energy and power. P2 (Structured) : 2

• Compare power rating and energy Compare the power rating of various household

consumption of various electrical appliances. appliances and calculate energy used for a fixed

period of time.

• Compare various electrical appliances in

terms of efficient. Carry out activities to compare household

electrical appliances that perform the same

function such as a tungsten-filament light bulb in

terms of efficient use of energy.

• Describe ways of increasing energy Research and report on ways of increasing energy

efficiency. efficiency in the home or school.

Learning Minimum Requirement &

Week Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Objective Sources

efficiency of electrical appliances.

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

W13 8.1 A student is able to:

Analysing the • State what an electromagnet is Recall what an electromagnet is. The right-hand grip rule JPNP Module

magnetic effect of may be introduced. Ex. 8.1

current- carrying • Draw the magnetic field pattern due to a Carry out activities to study the pattern and

conductor current in a : direction of the magnetic field due to the current

in a

i. Straight wire

ii. Coil i. Straight wire P1 : 10

iii. Solenoid ii. Coil P2 (Structured) : 2

iii. Solenoid P2 (essay) : 1

• Plan conduct experiment to study factors Plan conduct experiment to study factors that

that effect the strength to the magnetic effect the strength to the magnetic field of an

field of an electromagnet. electromagnet example:

a) The number of turns on the coil

b) The size of current carried by the coil

c) The use of a soft iron core

electromagnets such as in electric bells, circuit

breakers, electromagnetic relays and telephone

ear-pieces.

W14 8.2 A student is able to: Carry out activities to show the force on a Fleming’s left-hand rule JPNP Module

Understanding the • Describe what happens to a current- current – carrying conductor in a magnetic field may be introduced. Ex. 8.2

force on a current – carrying conductor in a magnetic field including the effect of reversing the direction of

carrying conductor in the current and a magnetic field.

a magnetic field .

• Draw a pattern of the combined View computer simulations to gain an

magnetic field due to current – understanding of the resultant magnetic field P1 : 10

carrying conductor in a magnetic field. obtained by combining the magnetic fields due to a P2 (Structured) : 2

• Describe how a current – carrying current –carrying conductor and a magnet P3 (essay) : 1

conductor in a magnetic field

experiences a force.

• Explain the factors that affect the The working principle of

magnitude of the force on a current- Carry out experiments to study factors that a moving – coil ammeter

carrying conductor in a magnetic field affect the force on a current-carrying conductor may also be discussed

in a magnetic field and discuss how the effect the

force on a current- carrying conductor in a

magnetic field.

• Describe how a current carrying coil

in a magnetic field experiences a Carry out activities to observe the turning effect

turning force of a current carrying coil in a magnetic field.

works Discuss how the turning effect of a current

carrying –coil in a magnetic field is used in the

action of motor

• State factors that affect the speed

of rotation of an electric motor.. Carry out activities or view computer simulations

to study factors that affect the speed of rotation

of an electric motor.

Comparisons to an

alternating current

motor may also be

discussed.

W15 8.3 A student is able to:

Analysing • Describe electromagnetic induction Carry out activities to observe electromagnetic Faraday’s law and Lenz’s JPNP Module

electromagnetic induction in a : law may be introduced Ex. 8.3

induction a) straight wire

b) solenoid Fleming’s right-hand rule

may be introduced

Discuss electromagnetic induction as the

production of an electromotive force in a P1 : 10

conductor when there is relative motion of the

conductor across a magnetic field.

• Indicate the direction of the induced Discuss the direction of the induced current in a :

current in a : a) straight wire

straight wire b) solenoid

solenoid

Carry out activities to study factors that affect

• explain factors that affect the the magnitude of the induced current and discuss

magnitude of the current. how they affect the magnitude of the induced

current

• Describe applications of electromagnetic induction such as in direct

electromagnetic induction current (d.c) and alternating current (a.c)

generators.

• Compare direct current and direct current and alternating current source on a

alternating current display unit such as a cathode ray oscilloscope

W16 8.4 A student is able to: • Carry out activities to gain an JPNP Module

Analysing • Describe the structure and the understanding of the structure and Ex. 8.4

transformer operating principle of a simple transformer the operating principle of a simple P1 : 10

step up and a step down transformer.

P2 (Structured) : 2

• Compare and contrast a step up and step

P2 (essay) : 2

down transformer

P3 (Essay) : 1

A student is shoud be able to: • Carry out the activities to study the

Vp Np relationship between number of turns of the

• State that = for an ideal N p ), number of turns of the

Vs Ns primary coil (

• State that V p I p =V s I s for an ideal (V ) and secondary voltage (V ) .

p s

transformer

• Discuss the relationship between output and

input power in an ideal transformer,

V p I p =V s I s

• Describe the energy losses in a and ways to improve the efficiency of a

transformer transformer.

• Describe ways to improve the • Discuss to solve problems involving

efficiency of a transformer transformer.

• Solve the problems involving

transformer

W17 8.5 A student is able to : Research and report on various sources or energy JPNP Module

Understanding the used to generate electricity such as hydro, gas, Ex. 8.5

generation and • List sources of energy used to generate nuclear, diesel, coal, biomass, sun and wind.

transmission of electricity.

electricity View computer simulations to gain an

• Describe the various ways of generating understanding on the use of various sources to

electricity. generate electricity. P1 : 7

• Describe the energy loss in electricity Discuss the energy loss in cables and the

transmission cables and deduce the advantage of high voltage transmission.

advantage of high voltage transmission.

View computer simulations to gain an

• State the importance of the National Grid understanding of the National Grid Network.

Network.

Research and report on :

• Solve problems involving electricity a) the importance of the National Grid Network

transmission. in terms of efficient energy distribution,

b) the importance of energy efficiency and JPNP Module

• Explain the importance of renewable energy. renewable energy sources in view of limited Ex. Reinforcement

energy sources,

• Explain the effects on the environment c) the effects on the environment caused by

caused by the use of various sources to the use of various sources to generate

generate electricity. electricity. P1 : 20

P2 (Structured) : 3

P2 (essay) : 3

LEARNING AREA: ELECTRONICS

Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Weeks Objective Sources

W18 9.1 A student is able to:

Understanding the

uses of the Cathode • explain thermionic emission. View computer simulations to gain an JPNP Module

Ray Oscilloscope understanding of thermionic emission.

Ex. 9.1

(C.R.O) • describe the properties of cathode rays.

Carry out activities to study the properties of

• describe the working principle of the cathode rays using apparatus such as the Maltese

Cross tube. P2 (Structured) : 8

cathode ray oscilloscope.

• measure potential difference using the Discuss the cathode ray oscilloscope from the

C.R.O. following aspects:

a) electron gun,

• measure short time intervals using the C.R.O. b) deflection system

c) fluorescent screen

• display wave forms using the C.R.O. d) energy changes

• solve problems based on the C.R.O. display. Carry out activities using a C.R.O. to :

a) measure potential different,

b) measure short time intervals,

c) display wave form.

display.

Understanding

semiconductor diodes • describe semiconductors in terms of View computer simulations to gain an The term doping may be JPNP Module

resistance and free electrons. understanding of properties of semiconductors in introduced.

Ex. 9.2

terms of its resistance and free electrons.

No of Learning Minimum Requirement &

Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Weeks Objective Sources

• describe n-type and p-type

semiconductors. View computer simulations to gain an

understanding of :

• describe semiconductor diodes. a) n-type and p-type

P1 : 10

semiconductors,

P2 (Structured) : 2

• describe the function of diodes. b) semiconductor diodes,

P2 (essay) : 1

• describe the use of diodes as Carry out activities to observe current flow

rectifiers. through a semiconductor diode ( p-n junction) in

forward bias or reverse bias.

• describe the use of capacitor to

smooth out output current and output voltage Build a half-wave rectifier circuit and full-wave

in a rectifier circuit. rectifier circuit.

rectification using an instrument such as a C.R.O.

capacitor in a :

a) half-wave rectifier circuit

b) full-wave rectifier circuit.

W20 9.3 A student is able to:

Understanding JPNP Module

transistors • describe a transistor in terms of its With the aid of diagrams, discuss a transistor in Ex. 9.3

terminals. terms of its terminals i.e. base, collector and

emitter.

• describe how a transistor can be used as a

current amplifier. Carry out activities to show a transistor as a

current amplifier. P1 : 10

• describe how a transistor can be used as an P2 (Structured) : 2

automatic switch. Set up a transistor-based electronic-based P2 (essay) : 1

electronic circuit that functions as a light, heat or

sound controlled switch.

Analysing logic gates JPNP Module

• state that logic gates are switching circuits Discuss logic gates as switching circuits in Ex. Reinforcement

No of Learning Minimum Requirement &

Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes

Weeks Objective Sources

in computers and other electronic systems. computers and other electronic systems.

P1 : 20

• list and draw symbols for the following logic P2 (Structured) : 4

gates : Research and report on symbols for the following

i) AND, logic gates :

ii) OR, a) AND,

iii) NOT, b) OR,

iv) NAND, c) NOT, Past year question

v) NOR d) NAND, SPM Paper 2.

e) NOR.

• State the action of the following logic gates

in a truth table : Carry out activities to study the action of the

i) AND, following logic gates :

ii) OR, a) AND,

iii) NOT, b) OR,

iv) NAND, c) NOT,

v) NOR. d) NAND,

e) NOR.

• Build truth tables for logic gates in

combination for a maximum of 2 inputs. Build truth tables for logic gates and their

combinations.

• Describe applications of logic gate control

systems. Research and report on logic gate control systems

such as in security systems, safety systems and

street lights.

LEARNING AREA: RADIOACTIVITY

Week Learning Learning Outcomes Suggested Activities Notes Minimum Requirement &

Objective Sources

W22

10.1 A student is able to: View computer simulations or models to gain an JPNP Module

Understanding the understanding of : Ex. 10.1

nucleus of an atom • describe the composition of the nucleus of a) the composition of the nucleus,

an atom in terms of protons and neutrons b) isotopes.

• define proton number (Z) and nucleon

number (A) Research and report on the terms nuclide and P2 (Structured) : 4

• explain the term nuclide isotope.

A

• use the nuclide notation Z X

• define the term isotope

JPNP Module

10.2 A student is able to: View computer simulations or models to gain an The structure of Ex. 10.2

W23 Analysing radioactive understanding radioactivity. detectors are not

decay • state what radioactivity is required

• name common detectors for radioactive Discuss:

emissions. a) that radioactivity is spontaneous

disintegration of an unstable nucleus P1 : 20

accompanied by the emission of energetic P2 (Structured) : 2

particles or photons P2 (essay) : 2

b) the detection of radioactive emission using

detectors such as cloud chambers and Geiger-

Muller tubes

in term of their nature. emission i.e alpha particles, beta particles and

gamma rays in term of their:

b) relative penetrating powers

c) deflection by electric and magnetic fields

• explain what radioactive decay is. Discuss radioactive decay with the aid of

• use equations to represent changes in the equations.

composition of the nucleus when particles

are emitted. Carry out activities to gain an understanding of

• explain half-life half-life.

• solve problems involving half-life Discuss a typical decay curve.

W24 JPNP Module

10.3 A student is able to: Discuss radioisotopes. Ex. 10.3

Understanding the • Define radioisotopes.

uses of radioisotopes • Name examples of radioisotopes. Research and report on applications of

• Describe applications of radioisotopes radioisotopes in the fields of:

a) medicine,

b) agriculture, P1 : 10

c) archaeology, P2 (Structured) : 1

d) industry.

radioisotopes.

Technology Research (MINT) or other suitable

places to see various applications of radioisotopes.

JPNP Module

10.4 A student is able to : View computer simulations to gain an Ex. 10.4

W25 Understanding understanding of:

nuclear energy • define atomic mass unit (a.m.u). a) nuclear fission,

b) chain reactions,

• describe nuclear fission. c) nuclear fusion

P2 (Structured) : 2

P2 (essay) : 2

• give examples of nuclear fission. Discuss:

a) atomic mass unit (a.m.u),

• describe chain reactions. b) nuclear fission,

c) chain reactions,

• describe nuclear fusion. d) nuclear fusion.

• Relate the release of energy in a nuclear Discuss the relationship between mass defect and

reaction with a change of mass according to the nuclear energy produced in nuclear fission and

• Describe the generation of electricity from Research and report on the generation of

nuclear fission. electricity from nuclear energy.

• Justify the use of nuclear fission in the Discuss the pros and cons of using nuclear fission

generation of electricity. to generate electricity.

• Solve problems involving nuclear energy. Discuss to solve problems involving nuclear energy.

10.5 A student is able to: Research and reports on: Ex. 10.5

Realising the a) the negative effects of radioactive substances

importance of proper • describe the negative effects of radioactive b) safety precautions that should be taken when

P2 (Structured) : 1

management of substances. handling radioactive substances

radioactive • describe safety precautions needed in the c) management of radioactive waste

substances handling of radioactive substances. JPNP Module

• describe the management of radioactive Ex. Reinforcement

waste P1 : 10

P2 (Structured) : 2

P2 (essay) : 2

Nota : 1. Minggu yang dicadangkan adalah minggu pengajaran sahaja, tidak termasuk minggu aktiviti dan minggu ujian dan peperiksaan.

2. Ketua Panitia perlu menyesuaikan minggu pengajaran yang dicadangkan dengan aktiviti sekolah masing-masing.

3. Ketua Panitia perlu memasukkan tarikh setiap minggu berkenaan.

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