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SYLLABUS OF CAMBRIDGE CURRICULUM ADAPTION TO KTSP

NAME OF SCHOOL SUBJECT CLASS/PROGRAM SEMESTER : SMAN 1 PADANG : PHYSICS : XI : I (one)

STANDART COMPETENCY: Analyze nature symptom and its regularity in dot body mechanical NO 1 1 BASE COMPETENCY 2 1.1 Analyze linear motion, circular motion, and parabolic motion by using vector SUBJECT OF LEARNING 3 Combination between: - ulm and ulma - ulma and ulma Parabolic motion Circular motion with constant velocity LEARNING ACTIVITIES 4 INDICATOR 5 EVALUATION 6 Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test ) TIME ALOCATION 7 9x 45 SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS 8 Sources : Physics Textbooks that relevance

Make table about name of quantities,


instruments, measurement methods and unit that used by individual in the town

Use instruments of base quantities


and another instruments

Measure seven base quantities and two base


quantities addition with use suitable instrument and dimension of units

Measure base quantities with

considering precision and accuracy Material : Students worksheet

Analyze dimension of derived


quantities

Determine and make table about derived


quantities

Analyze measurements result with


considering of measurement relative errors in class discussion

Tools : Vanier caliper, micrometer gauge, Ohaus balance, presentation media

Analyze dimension on derived quantities

1.2 Do vector addition

Vector quantities Vector addition with parallelogram and polygon methods Vector addition with cosines formula

Add two vector quantities in difference direction with graph method in the class discussion Draw vector, vector resultant, component of vectors and calculate the magnitude and direction of vector resultant in class discussion

Add two vectors or more with graph method Add two vectors with analysis method Add vectors in tree dimension with analysis method Distinguish multiple scalar and

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

9x 45

Sources : Physics Textbooks that relevance

Material : Students worksheet

Do experiment to find resultant of two


vectors in the same area (2 dimensions) and

three dimensions. Apply vector operation in solve the problem by individual

vector, multiple vector and vector Give examples multiple of vector in daily life

Tools : spring balance, half circular, presentation media

STANDARD COMPETENCY

: Apply concept and base principle of kinematics and dynamics particles

NO 2

BASE COMPETENCY 2.1 Analyze physical quantities on motion with constant velocity and acceleration

SUBJECT OF LEARNING

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

INDICATOR

EVALUATION Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

TIME ALOCATION 12 x 45

SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Uniform linear motion


Linear motion with constant acceleration

Observe demonstration of motion to


distinguish linear motion with constant velocity and linear motion with constant acceleration in class discussion

Analyze physical quantities on linear


motion with constant velocity

Analyze graph of uniform linear


motion with constant velocity

Do experiment uniform linear motion by


using toy car

Analyze physical quantities on linear


motion with constant acceleration

Material : Students worksheet

Do experiment linear motion with


constant acceleration by using toy car

Analyze graph of uniform linear with


constant acceleration

Analyze quantities in linear motion with


constant acceleration and falling body in class discussion

Tools :ticker timer, trolley, toy car and media presentation

2.2 Apply Newtons laws of motion as dynamic base principle on horizontal and vertical linear motion, and uniform circular motion

Newtons law of motion

Do experiment of Newtons first law and Identify application of Newtons first Performance
Newtons second law of motion in work group law (inertias law) in daily life

9 x 45

Newtons first law Newtons second law Newtons third law


Static friction and kinetic friction

Draw gravity force, normal force and


tension in discussion to solve the problem of dynamic linear motion without friction

Identify application Newtons


second law in daily life

assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Search characteristic of static friction


and kinetic friction with experiment

Material : Students worksheet

Do experiment of motion object such as


on incline plane to distinguish static friction and kinetic friction

Identify application Newtons third


law in daily life

Calculate acceleration of object in


system that located on horizontal plane, incline plane and pulley system in class discussion

Apply Newtons law of motion on


horizontal plane or incline plane without friction and with friction

Tools : ticker timer, playing car, pulley, mass and media presentation

Apply Newtons law on vertical


motion

2.3 Analyze physical quantities on uniform circular motion

Circular motion with constant velocity

Find quantities of frequency, period,


angular displacement, linear velocity, angular velocity and centripetal acceleration and centripetal force on circular motion through demonstration activity

Identify quantities of frequency,

Frequency, period,

angular frequency, period, and angular displacement on circular motion with constant speed

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

12 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

angular displacement, linear velocity, angular velocity and centripetal acceleration

Apply Newtons law on circular


motion

Do experiment or discussion in work


group to search of motion that use relation wheels

Relationship between

Apply principle of relation wheels

angular velocity and linear velocity on relation wheel motion

Analyze uniform circular motion in


problem solving in class discussion

between linear motion and circular motion on sliding motion with constant speed

Material : Students worksheet, presentation media, student work result

Tools :centripetal tools, stopwatch,

Do practice of centripetal force on


horizontal plane and vertical plane

SYLLABUS OF CAMBRIDGE CURRICULUM ADAPTION TO KTSP

NAME OF SCHOOL SUBJECT CLASS/PROGRAM SEMESTER

: SMAN 10 PADANG : PHYSICS :X : II (two)

STANDART COMPETENCY: Apply work principle of optical instruments

NO 1

BASE COMPETENCY 2 3.1 Analyze optical instruments by qualitative and quantitative

SUBJECT OF LEARNING 3 Optical instruments Function and part of optical instruments such as : eye, eyeglass, camera, microscope and telescope

LEARNING ACTIVITIES 4 Identify function and part of optical instruments in eye, eyeglass, camera, microscope and telescope by work group

INDICATOR 5 Describe function and part of optical instruments include eye and eyeglass, microscope and telescope Distinguish observation without accommodate and maximum accommodate

EVALUATION 6 Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

TIME ALOCATION 7

SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS 8 Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Material : Students worksheet

10 x 45

Tools : eye model, eyeglass, double lens glass, microscope, and playing telescope, presentation media

3.2 Apply optical instruments in daily life

Principe image formation in optical instruments

Draw travel of ray on image


formation of optical instruments ( such as loupe, eyeglass, microscope, and telescope) on accommodation eye and without accommodation

Determine power of eyeglass lens


in myopia and hyperopia sufferer

Analyze formation of image in

loupe, eyeglass, microscope, and telescope

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

7 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Analyze principle of image


formation and magnification of eyeglass, loupe, microscope and telescope in class discussion

Calculate magnification of loupe,


microscope and telescope

Material : Students worksheet Tools : eye model, eyeglass, double lens glass, microscope, and playing telescope, presentation media

Optical instruments Work principle of Galileo telescope and astronomy telescope

Make a list of optical instruments


and its uses in daily life

Identify application of optical


instruments in daily life

Design and make a simple telescope


such as with using of pipe and positive lens by work group

Design and make a simple


telescope

STANDART COMPETENCY : Apply concept of heat and energy conservation principle on many energy change.

NO 4

BASE COMPETENCY 4.1 Analyze temperature

SUBJECT OF LEARNING Temperature, heat, phase change of substance and

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

INDICATOR

EVALUATION Performance assessment

TIME ALOCATION 3 x 45

SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS Sources : Physics textbook that

Identify thermometer scale

Determine relation between two

change and influence heat to a substance

expansion

thermometers scale

Do experiment expansion of object


(such as ice or margarine) with observing the temperature change and change form of substance

Analyze influence heat to

(attitude , practice and written test )

relevance

temperature change of object

Material : Students worksheet

Analyze influence temperature

c T Use heat equation Q = m

change to object size (expansion) Tools : heater, container, fluid, water, thermometer, ice, margarine, presentation media

Analyze temperature change to


object form

Analyze influence heat to


temperature, size of object and its form in problem solving through class discussion

4.2 Apply Black principle in problem solving

Black principle to heat change

Analyze heat change principle,


Black principle and specific heat capacity in class discussion

Describe distinction between heat


that absorbed and heat that released

Heat change principle Work principle of


calorimeter

Do experiment to determine specific


heat capacity of metal by using calorimeter in working group

Apply Black principle in heat


changing event

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

3 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Material : Students worksheet, presentation material

Tools : heater, container, fluid, water, thermometer, presentation media

4.3 Analyze heat transfer methods

Heat transfer Conduction Convection Radiation

Observe demonstration of heat


transfer by conduction, convection and radiation ways

Analyze heat transfer by


conduction way

Discuss distinction among


conduction, convection, and radiation of heat and its application in problem solving through class discussion

Analyze heat transfer by


convection way

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

5 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Analyze heat transfer by radiation


way

Material : Students worksheet, presentation material

Tools : heater, calorimeter, metal cube, thermometer, presentation

media

STANDART COMPETENCY : Apply electricity concept in many problems solving and many technology products

NO 1 5

BASE COMPETENCY 2

SUBJECT OF LEARNING 3

LEARNING ACTIVITIES 4

INDICATOR 5

EVALUATION 6

TIME ALOCATION 7 7 x 45

SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS 8

5.1 Formulate electric quantities in simple loop circuit (one loop)

Ohms Law and Kirchhoffs Law Ohms law about electric current and resistance

Measure electric current, voltage, resistance, energy and electric power in simple loop circuit by work group

Formulate quantity of electric current in simple loop circuit Calculate electric energy that used in an electric circuit

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Formulate and analyze Ohms law,


clamping voltage, internal

Material : Students worksheet,

Formulate quantity of resistance

Energy and electric power Kirchhoffs first law Series resistance and parallel resistance Kirchhoffs second law

resistance, and Kirchhoffs law in class discussion

in series circuit and parallel circuit Formulate quantities of voltage in simple loop circuit by using Kirchhoffs first law and second law

presentation material

Tools : voltmeter, ammeter, multimeter, power supply, resistor, cables, presentation media

5.2 Identify application of AC and DC in daily life

DC and AC in daily life Use DC and AC

Make list of using DC and AC and their sources ( such as battery, generator etc.) in home daily life (TV, telephone, lamp etc.) in individual Identify characteristic of series resistance and parallel resistance circuit in daily life

Identify application of DC in daily life Identify application of AC in daily life

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

5 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

Material : Students worksheet, presentation material

Tools : multimeter, oscilloscope, presentation media

NO 1 6

BASE COMPETENCY 2 6. 1. Describe electromagnetic spectrum waves

SUBJECT OF LEARNING 3 Electromagnetic Waves

LEARNING ACTIVITIES 4 look literature about electromagnetic waves arrange electromagnetic waves based on frequency or wave length

INDICATOR 5

EVALUATION 6 Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

TIME ALOCATION 7 4 x 45

SOURCES /MATERIAL AND TOOLS 8 Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

describe electromagnetic waves


spectrum characteristic in the presentation (group)

6.2. Explain electromagnetic waves in lifes

Electromagnetic Waves

Material : Students worksheet, presentation material

Identify useful of electromagnetic waves


(example : infrared, ultra violet, laser light, etc) in communication, healthy and industry

collect information useful of


electromagnetic waves in life in communication, healthy, industry etc. with observation

Performance assessment (attitude , practice and written test )

4 x 45

Sources : Physics textbook that relevance

explain the difference using of frequency,


wave length spectrum at radio communication, radar, telephone etc.

describe useful of electromagnetic


waves in life in group presentation Material : Students worksheet, presentation material

Head Master,

Vice Principle of Curriculum Affair,

Physics Teacher,

Drs. H. Safarni Budaya Putra NIP. 195011221989031005

HARYANTI M.Pd NIP. 1968007171995122002

Wangi Nirmala