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SMK SERI MUTIARA

PHYSICS FORM 4

WEEKLY PLANNER FOR THE YEAR 2013

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1 2/1 4/11.Introduction

to Physics

1.1Understanding Physics

Explain what physics is Recognize the physics in

everyday objects andnatural phenomena.

Observe everyday objects and discusshow they are related to physics

concepts.

View a video or animation on naturalphenomena and discuss how they arerelated to physics concepts.

Discuss fields of study in Physics suchas mechanics, heat, light, electricityetc.

2 7/1 111/11.2Understanding basequantities andderivedquantities.

Explain what base quantitiesand derived quantities are.

List base quantities andtheir units

List some derived quantitiesand their units

Express quantities usingprefixes

Express quantities using thescientific notation

Express derived quantitiesas well as their units interms of base quantities andbase units.

Solve problems involvingconversion of units.

Discuss base quantities and derivedquantities.

From a text passage, identify physicalquantities then classify them into basequantities and derived quantities.

List the value of prefixes and theirabbreviations from pico to Tera.

Discuss the use of numbers instandard form notation (a x 10n where

1 < a < 10).

Determine the base quantities (andunits) in a given derived quantity (andunit) from the related formula.

Solve problems involving theconversion of units. For example: Giga

Base quantities kuantiti asasDerived quantities kuantiti terbitanLength panjangMass jisim

Temperature suhuCurrent arus

Luas areaVolume isipaduSpeed laju

Velocity halajuStandard form bentuk piawaiPrefix - imbuhan

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to Mega (involving prefixes), m3 tocm3, km h-1 to ms-1.

3 14/1 18/11.3Understanding scalar and

vectorquantities

Define scalar and vectorquantities.

Give examples of scalar and

vector quantities.

Discuss which quantities can bedefined by magnitude only and whichquantities need to be defined by

magnitude as well as direction.Compile a list of scalar and vectorquantities.

Magnitude magnitude/saiz

4 21/1-25/1 1.4Understandingmeasurements

Measure physical quantitiesusing appropriateinstruments.

Explain accuracy andconsistency

Explain sensitivity Explain types of

experimental error Using appropriate

techniques to reduce errors.

Choose an appropriate instrument fora given measurement task.Use the measurement of length usinga ruler, vernier calipers andmicrometer screw gauge as anexample.

Discuss accuracy and consistencyusing the target model.

Discuss the sensitivity of variousinstruments.

Discuss through examples whatsystematic and random errors are.

Use appropriate techniques to reduceerror in measurements such asrepeating measurements and

compensating for zero error.

Vernier calipers Angkup VernierMicrometer screwgauge micrometerscrew gauge

Accuracy -kejituan

Precision kepersisanSensitivity kepekaanError - ralat

5 28/1-1/2 1.5 Analysingscientificinvestigations

Identify variables in a givensituation

Identify a question suitablefor scientific investigation

Form a hypotheses Design and carry out a

simple experiment to test

Present a suitable situation, makinginferences or suggest questionssuitable for a scientific investigation.Discuss:

a) Forming hypothesisb) the aim of the experimentc) identify the variables

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the hypothesis Record and present data in

a suitable Interpret data to draw a

conclusion Write a report of the

investigation

d) the method of investigationincluding selection of apparatusand procedures.

Carry out an actual experiment anda) collect and tabulate data,

b) present data in a suitable formc) interpret data and drawconclusions

d) write a complete report.

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2. FORCEAND

MOTION

2.1 Analysinglinear

motion

A student is able to : Define distance and

displacement Define speed and velocity

and stateThat v = s

t

Define acceleration anddecelerationand state that

a = v ut

Calculate speed and velocity Calculate

acceleration/deceleration

Carry out activities to gain an idea of :a) distance and displacementb) speed and velocityc) acceleration and deceleration

Cary out activities using a datalonger/graphing calculator/ticker timerto ;

a) identify when a body is at rest,moving with uniform velocity ornon uniform velocity

b) determine displacement,velocity and acceleration

NoteAverage speed =totaldistance/time taken

VocabularyDistance - jarakDisplacement sesaranSpeed lajuVelocity halajuAcceleration pecutanDeceleration,retardation -nyahpecutan

Ticker timer -jangka masa detik

Tick detikDot titik

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8 18/2-22/2 2.1 Analysinglinearmotion

Solve problems on linearmotion with

Solve problems using the followingequations of motion :

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uniform acceleration usingi . v = u + at

ii . s = ut + 1 at22

iii . v2

= u2

+ 2 as

i . v = u + at

ii . s = ut + 1 at22

iii . v2 = u2 + 2 as

9. 25/2-1/3 Ujian 1/ Imtervensi SPM

104/3-8/3 2.2 Analysing

motiongraphs

A student is able to:

Plot and interpretdisplacement-time andvelocity-time graphs

Deduce from the shapeof a displacement - timegraph when a body is :I. at restII. moving with

uniform velocityIII. moving with non-

uniform velocity determine distance,

displacement and velocityfrom a displacement-timegraph

deduce from the shape of avelocity-time graph when abody is :

i. at restii. moving with

uniform velocityiii. moving with

uniformacceleration

determine distance,displacement, velocity and

Carry out activities using a datalogger/graphing calculator/ticker timer to plota) displacement time graphsb) velocity - time graphs

Describe and interpret :a) displacement - time andb) velocity time graphs

Determine distance, displacement ,velocityand acceleration from displacement-time and velocity time graphs

Solve problems on linear motion withuniform acceleration involving graphs

Notes

Reminder :

Velocity isdetermined fromthe gradient ofdisplacement timegraph.

Acceleration isdetermined fromthe gradient ofvelocity timegraph

Distance is

determined fromthe area under adisplacement timegraph

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acceleration from a velocity-time graph

solve problems on linearmotion with uniformacceleration

11 11/3 15/3 2.3

Understanding inertia

A student is able to :

explain what inertia is relate mass to inertia give examples of situations

involving inertia suggest ways to reduce the

negative effects of inertia

Carry out activities / view computersimulations/situations to gain an ideaon inertia

Carry out activities to find out therelation shipBetween inertia and mass

Research and report ona) the positive effects of inertiab) ways to reduce the negative effectsof

inertia

Note

Newton s First Lawof Motion may beintroduced here

Vocabulary

Inertia inersia

12 18/3-22/3 2.4 Analysingmomentum

A student is able to :

Define the momentum of anobject

Define momentum (p) as theproduct of mass (m) andvelocity (v) i.e.p = mv

State the principle of

Carry out activities/view computersimulations to gain an idea ofmomentum by comparing the effectof stopping two objects:

a) of the same mass moving atdifferent speedsb) of different masses moving at thesame

speed

- need to be emphasized differentdirectionDiscuss momentum as the product ofmass and velocity

View computer simulation on collisionsand explosions to gain an idea on theconservation of momentum

Vocabulary

Momentum momentum

Collision perlanggaranExplosion letupan

Conservation oflinear momentum keabadianmomentum linear

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conservation of momentum

Describe applications of

conservation of momentum

Solve problems involvingmomentum

Conduct an experiment to show thatthe total momentum of a closedsystem is a constant

Carry out activities that demonstrate

the conservation of momentum e. g.water rockets

Research and report on theapplications of conservation ofmomentum such as an in rockets or

jet engines

Solve problems involving momentum

Reminder:

Momentum asvector quantityneeds to beemphasized inproblem s

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