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LESSON PLAN Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : First to six in semester to one Time allocation : 12 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics age Elementary Interest : Analysing rectilinear motion, coil motion and parabola motion by using vector. Indicator: 1. Analysed transfer measurement, acceleration and speed at solidarity of rectilinear motion by using vector 2. Analysed speed measurement and acceleration at coil motion by using vector 3. Analysed transfer measurement and speed at parabola motion by using vector 4. Analysed vector acceleration of centripetal acceleration and tangential at coil motion Target of Study : After following study of student earn: 1. identification character solidarity of translational motion at some motion pass presents, demonstration or attempt in class by every class ( for example toy car motion above peripatetic playwood) 2. Analysed transfer vector, speed vector, and acceleration vector at motion in the field of leveling off ( parabola motion, coil motion) passing activity of discussion in class 3. Applying analysis of vector transfer, speed vector, and acceleration vector at motion in the field of leveling off ( parabola and is coil) in trouble-shooting discussion Items Teaching ( Direct Material) : Solidarity of motion /between: glb and glb glbb and glb Parabolic motion Coil Motion with constant acceleration Method Study : 1. Method Experiment 2. Interview in discussions 3. Give the task 4. Advice Steps Study I. First meeting ( 2x 45”) A. Activity early 1. Motivated by raising problems B. Activity ofis Core of 1.Give information about transfer measurement, acceleration and speed at solidarity of rectilinear motion by using vector 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS 3. Led and instruct student in discussion 4. Give practice C. Closing Activity 1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion [Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

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LESSON PLAN

Subject : PhysicsClass/ Semester : XI / 1Meeting to : First to six in semester to oneTime allocation : 12 x 45 ’Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics

ageElementary Interest : Analysing rectilinear motion, coil motion and parabola motion by using

vector.

Indicator:1. Analysed transfer measurement, acceleration and speed at solidarity of rectilinear motion by

using vector2. Analysed speed measurement and acceleration at coil motion by using vector3. Analysed transfer measurement and speed at parabola motion by using vector 4. Analysed vector acceleration of centripetal acceleration and tangential at coil motion

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. identification character solidarity of translational motion at some motion pass presents, demonstration or attempt in class by every class ( for example toy car motion above peripatetic playwood)

2. Analysed transfer vector, speed vector, and acceleration vector at motion in the field of leveling off ( parabola motion, coil motion) passing activity of discussion in class

3. Applying analysis of vector transfer, speed vector, and acceleration vector at motion in the field of leveling off ( parabola and is coil) in trouble-shooting discussion

Items Teaching ( Direct Material) : Solidarity of motion /between: glb and glb glbb and glb

Parabolic motionCoil Motion with constant acceleration

Steps Study I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about transfer measurement, acceleration and speed at solidarity of rectilinear motion by using vector

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about transfer measurement, acceleration and speed at solidarity of rectilinear motion by using vector

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

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III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

2. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about transfer measurement and speed at parabola motion by using vector 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about vector acceleration of centripetal acceleration and tangential at ;coil motion

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)

A. Activity early1. Motivated by raising problems

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about analysis of vector transfer, speed vector, and acceleration vector at

motion in the field of leveling off ( parabola and is coil)2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials : Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment conducted each one or group of people assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a.

a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements :

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

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b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each; appearance from each; conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

Test

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

A. PG 1. Motion an object depicted with graph domicile ( x) to time ( t )

Part of graph showing object is keeping quiet by is shares a. ( 1) d. ( 3b. ( 2) e. ( 5c. ( 4)

2. Two car A and B peripatetic is diametrical the than is same time and place. Speed graph ( m /s) to time ( car s) of A and of B the shown by at

picture beside this

real correct statement hereunder is a. at t = 3, transfer of A = 2x, transfer of B d. B catch up precise A of moment of A desist b. at t = 3, B catch up A e. B have never caught up A c. at t = 3, B have caught up A

3. Two peripatetic car as long as axis of the absis, expressed in equation of x = t3 + 2t2 8. x in and metre of t in second, hence speed flatten – flatten in a time gap /between 3 second until 4 second isa. 12 m / s d. 32 m / s b. 7 m / s e. 51 m / s c. 24 m / s

4. Two motorbike of A and of B peripatetic adjoin and is unidirectional, each with speed 30 km / hour and 40 km / hour/. Big of speed of A to B is

a. 10 km / j d. 40 km / j b. – 10 km / j e. 70 km / j c. 30 km / j

5. A movable goods at area of XOY with initial velocity and first acceleration

. Speed of that object is

a. d.

b. e.

c.

6. Object P free fall of height of metre h of land;ground, and object of Q free fall of height 4h metre of land;ground. Comparison of speed of object of P with Q is a. 1 : 4 d. 2 : 1 b. 1 : 2 e. 1 : 16 c. 4 : 1

7. A object thrown vertical to the with initial velocity 60 m / s ( g = 10 m / s2) hence time and high maximum natural by of object is a. 12 s ; 60 m d. 12 s ; 180 m b. 6 s ; 180 m e. 6 s ; 60 m c. 60 s ; 180 m

8. Graph speed to time to an vertical thrown ball to the and back at thrower after reaching certain height is ….

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X

t

2

1

3

4

5

v

t

10

5

3 6

B

A

R3R2

R1

a). b). c).

d). e).

9. Some object thrown vertical to to the from surface of earth with initial velocity of v0 m / s. Acceleration of gravity g. High maximum is reached h. If the object thrown vertical to to the from surface of planet with initial velocity 2 v0, and acceleration of gravity in planet 2 g, high maximum in planet is a. 0,25 h d. 2 h b. 0,50 h e. 4 h 3c. h

10. A mass object 2 Kg located in of land;ground. The object pulled to to the with style 30 N during last 2 second discharged. If acceleration of gravity 10 m / s2, hence high maximum is reached of object is a. 10 m d. 18 m b. 12 m e. 20 m c. 15 m

B.Essy 1. Bycicle having wheel behind with radius 40 cm. Cog behind and next have radius each 5 cm and

10 cm. If speed of bicycle 5 ms-1, count/calculatewheel angle;corner a.Speed behind linearb.Speed of cog behind

c.Speed next cog angle;corner

2. Listening wheels relation like at picture following ! R1 = 20 cm R2 cm = 4 and cm of R3 = 24 cm. If linear fastness of wheel of R1 is 14 cm.s-1, how much linear fastness of R3 ?

3. A rotary wheel with angular velocity remain to 30 rad.s-1. If angle;corner position early is 3 rad, determining :

a.equation angle position at t b.position angle at t = 2,4 s

12. axis a rotary motor 1.800 rpm. How much/many angle;corner radian gone through by that rotation in 18 s ?

13. Calculate angular acceleration of back part a windmill laid at 10 m of source turn around which every minute do/conduct 30 rotation.

14. A primeval wheel in a state of kept quiet, during 6 of second its angular velocity 36 rads-1 Determining :a. acceleration experienced of. angleb. total acceleration which have been gone through during the time.

15. A electromotor turning around a wheel grind workshop at accelerated 100 rpm extinguished. Deceleration remain to 2,00 rad.s-2.

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t

v

B

A

t

v

t

v

B

A

t

v

t

v

B

A

Determining a.what time needed by wheel grind to desist

b.how much radian which have been gone through by wheel during a time gap ( at answer of a )

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

LESSON PLAN

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : Seventh until twelfth in semester to one Time allocation : 12 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Analysing regularity of planet motion in solar system pursuant to Newton laws

Indicator:1. Analysed relation between gravitation style with object mass and his/its distance2. calculate gravitation style resultant at dot object in an system3. Comparing acceleration of gravity and gravitation field intensity at dimiciling is different4. Analysed planet motion in solar system pursuant to law of Keppler

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. .Discussing motion concept, and style of balace that happened at system of solar system planet motion and pass/through various media ( for example presentation, simulation, and others)

2. Formulating Newton law about gravitation, heavy concept, acceleration concept and gravitational field in solar system in class discussion

3. Analysed regularity of solar system system in trouble-shooting of interplanetary gravitation, satellite motion, external air transport of space in trouble-shooting class discussion

Items Teaching ( Direct Material) : Law Newton about GravitationStyle Gravitation between particle

Gravitation field intensity and acceleration of gravity Interplanetary gravitation Law of Keppler

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about relation between gravitation style with object mass and his/its distance2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about gravitation style result at dot object in an system2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)

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A. Activity early1. Motivated by raising problems

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about to compare of acceleration of gravity and gravitation field intensity at

miciling is different2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about planet motion in solar system pursuant to law of Keppler 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsD. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about regularity of solar system system in trouble-shooting of interplanetary gravitation, satellite motion, external air transport of space

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

E. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of people assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each; appearance from every conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

Test

1. Theory heliocentric can replace geocentrical theory which have emerged previously. Explaining

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

difference both of theory, and why heliocentric theory more in assuming correctness in comparing with geocentrical theory.

2. Explaining congeniality of term following : a. solar system b. planet in and external planet c. meteor d. metheoroid e. comet f. satellite

2. Why surface of moon facing to surface of earth always remain to.3. Explaining with event picture the happening of :

a. moon eclipseb. sun eclipse

4. What causing planets constantly within its orbit to en sun5. laser ray sent by observer of space station to a reflector in planet Mars. In the reality a fold laser

ray of its bound is accepted by observer of setelah1 1,5 second later then. Calculate about observer distance to Mars planet.

6. If there is planet which is its distance from Sun 3 times apart earth-sun, hence how much/many period revolutionize the planet.

7. Distance Mercury to Sun 58 million km. If period revolutionize Mars which aparting 228 million km of Sun is 687 day, calculate period of merkurius.

8. How way of measuring period of earth giration?9. Which biggest of acceleration of gravity in kutubatau in equator? Why?

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

LESSON PLAN

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : The thirteenth until compassion in semester to one Time allocation : 10 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Analysing influence of style at nature of materials elasticity

Indicator:1. Describe style characteristic at elastic object pursuant to attempt data ( graph)

2. Identification elasticity modulus and of constant style 3. Comparing style constant pursuant to perception data 4. Analysed parallel and break even spiral spring formation

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:1. Doing attempt to identify the nature of elastic object 2. Formulating resilience concept, elasticity modulus, style constant, and spiral spring potential

energy pass/through class discussion 3. Analysed applying of parallel or break even spiral spring formation in life ( for example: breker

sock, bad spring, equipments of fitness, and others) 4. Analysed applying of spiral spring concept and Hooke law principle in trouble-shooting discussion Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Hooke law and elasticity

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

A. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. .Give information about style characteristic at elastic object pursuant to attempt data ( graph)2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about elasticity modulus and of constant style2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about to compare of style constant pursuant to perception data 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about parallel and break even spiral spring formation 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment conducted every one or group of people assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

…… …. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score

Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang (1)

1. Seriousness in doing/conducting activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each conducted by action is group .

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Value: N = x 10

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

Test

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

1. Some object if given by certain style in the situation and later; then free style, hence object measure up to do not return to form initialy. Nature of this referred as is a. elastic c. balistisb. plastis d. akuatise. jikustis

2. Voltage drawing to result a. wide of accretion of pallet c. accretion of lengthb. reduction of volume d. reduction of length e. wide of decrease of pallet

3. A spiral spring stretch equal to 116 cm of length originally. If spiral spring strain 0,25 spiral spring length originally is … cm a. 20 c. 12 b. 16 d. 18 e. 4

4. Bar steel which is length 30 cm and wide of its itshis 6 mm2 pulled with style 50 N. if/when modulus of young become militant 2.1011 N / m2, big of spiral spring constant become militant is … . 104 N / m a. 8 c. 5 b. 6 d. 4 e. 2,5

5. Some length iron bar 12 m and wide of its itshis 4 mm2. Tip of iron pulled with style 50 N. If accretion of length equal to 1,25 mm, modulus of young iron is … . 1011 N / m2 a. 20 c. 1,2 b. 1,6 d. 1,0 e. 0,7

6. Length depended spiral spring without burden is 25 cm. After tip of spiral spring given by burden 600 gr, long of spiral spring become 28 cm, hence the spiral spring constant is … N / m a. 600 c. 200 b. 400 d. 100 e. 50

7. A spiral spring have constant 1200 N / m, under him draped by burden 6Kg. If known by g = 10 m / s2, accretion of spiral spring length … cm a. 15 c. 10 b. 12 d. 8 e. 5

8.

Pursuant to graph, big of spiral spring potential energy is … joule a. 1,6 c. 16 b. 3,2 d. 20 e. 40

9.

k1 = 10 N / m, k2 = 15 N / m k3 = 20 N / m, g = 10 m / s2

If/When burden mass 900 gr, big of Potential energy spiral spring … joule a. 0,9 c. 9

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F (N) F = k.x

40

8 x (cm)

F

v

1 Kg

b. 1,9 d. 10 e. 19

10. A catapult of rubber with certain constant. If catapult rubber pulled as far as 10 cm, can throw stone have mass to 10 gr with speed 5 m / s, spiral spring rubber constant is … N / m a. 275 c. 240 b. 250 d. 200 e. 180

11. A spiral spring become militant wide of its 5 mm2 pulled with style 6 N till increase length 0,25 cm. Long of spiral spring originally 40 cm. Count/Calculate : a.tension of spring b.starin of spring

12. A long spiral spring 12 cm depended is free. If/When pulled with style 0,6 N length become 21 cm. how much/many spiral spring length if stretched with style 0,8 N ?

13. A gun shoot off a bullet with mass 40 gr and reach high maximum 20 cm. If at the time spiral spring of gun compressed as far as 10 cm, determining is big of spiral spring constant ? ( g = 10 m / s2)its wide of

14. A lef of strand of metal 0,2 cm2, pulled with style 100 N. How much is is big of tension ( strand of metal stress) ?

15. A long spiral spring 20 cm after pulled by length become 20,5 cm, How much is is big of spiral spring strain ?

16. A lef of strand of metal pulled with style 40 N, strand of metal increase length 0,2 cm. How much is is big of spiral spring constant ?

17. A elastic bar have length 40 cm and wide of pallet 10 cm2 hung and given by burden equal to 2Kg, in the reality the bar stretch as far as 2 cm. How much is is big of modulus of young materials is …..

18. Style F1 equal to 80 N stretch spiral spring 4 cm, while style of F2 the level of 160 N can stretch is same spiral spring that is 8 cm, and spiral spring constant 2000 N / m, what is comparison of effort done/conducted by style of F1 and style of F2 ?

19. A object which is have mass to 1Kg ( m g=10 / s2 ) boxing spiral spring of mass horizontal do not with spiral spring constant 20 N / m ( see picture beside!). If log depress spiral spring as far as 40 cm of position of kendornyadan assumed by there no friction /between object with flat how much is speed of log in the nick of time will box spiral spring

20. If object weight on the surface of earth 90 N, how much is put down object weight at distance thrice earth radius of surface of earth

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

LESSON PLAN

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to is : Eight of compassion until both twenty in semester to one Time allocation : 10 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Analysing relation/ /between style with vibration motion

Indicator:1. Describe characteristic move at spiral spring vibration2. explaining relation between period of vibration with burden mass pursuant to perception data3. Analysed deviation style, acceleration and speed at vibration motion

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Doing attempt to identify characteristic move vibration at spiral spring ( deviation, amplitude, period, and others) by teaming

2. Formulating relation between deviation, speed, acceleration, and style at vibration motion pass/through class discussion

3. Analysed applying of principle and concept at vibration pass/through trouble-shooting discussion

Items Teaching ( Direct Material ): Motion Vibration Method Study:

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about characteristic move at spiral spring vibration2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion2.

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about relation/ /between period of vibration with burden mass pursuant to perception data

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about deviation style, acceleration and speed at vibration motion 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity

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1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about applying of principle and concept at vibration2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet Assessment: Assessment done/conducted every one or group of people assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each done/conducted by action is group .

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Value: N = x 10

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

Test

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1. A given by spiral spring is burden 20 gram will do/conduct harmonic fibration with frequency 10 Hz. How much/many spiral spring harmonic fibration frequency if/when burden added by 30 gram again ?

2. A pendulum hung with string which is length 80 cm in place owning g = 10 m / s2, is later; then swayed . Count/Calculate period of simple oscillation of pendulum !

3. Deviation object which passing harmonic fibration an deviation ½ its amplitude. Calculate speed at that moment if/when vibration amplitude 5 period and cm 0, 1 second.

4. A object with mass 500 peripatetic gram of harmonic with amplitude 8 frequency and cm 10 Hz. How much/many joule of energy total of harmonic fibration ?

5. A vibrant object of harmonic with amplitude 2 frequency and cm 4 Hz. Count/Calculate : speed of deviation, acceleration of moment of energy kinetic of him = 2 potential energy of him

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LESSON PLAN

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Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : twenty three until both sixty in semester to one Time allocation : 8 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in point object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Analysing relation/ /between effort, change of energy with conservation

laws of energy mechanic Indicator:

1. Describe relation/ /between effort, style, and transfer2. calculated is big of potential energy ( spiral spring and gravitation) and kinetic energy3. Analysed relation/ /between kinetic energy and effort4. Analysed relation/ /between effort with potential energy5. Formulating mechanic energy conservation legal form

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. 1.Formulating concept ofis effort, kinetic energy, potential energy ( spiral spring and gravitation), and mechanic energy and relation/ /between that concepts in class discussion

2. Modelling effort that happened because change of kinetic energy3. Modelling effort that happened because change of potential energy4. Applying relation/ principle /between and effort of energy in trouble-shooting of dynamics

move to pass/through class discussion Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Effort and of energy

Conception effort Relation effort and kinetic energy Relation effort with potential energy conservation laws of Energy mechanic

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early1. Motivated by raising problems

D. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about relation/ /between effort, style, and transfer2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

E. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about Relation/ ofis effort and energy2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discusing4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early1. Motivated by raising problemsb. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about Conservation laws of energy mechanic2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C Closing Activity

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1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet Assessment: Assessment done/conducted every one or group of peoplely assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

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Test

1. A constant style 30 N done by at object so that make a move as far as 15 m. Counting/Calculating the effort which is done by style if/when angle between transfer and style :

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V2

last ( 2 )

first ( 1 )

2,0 m

a.60o b.90o

2. Two log of A and of B have is same mass to ( 8Kg ). How much is level of the effort at A and of B, if :

a.Object A pushed to pass/through slippery inclined plane to its top b.Object B lifted vertical culminate ( g = 10 m / s2 )

3. A object have mass to 150Kg launched from surface of earth. If each earth radius and mass 6,0 . 1024Kg and 6370 km. Determine gravitation potential energy on the surface of earth ( G = 6,7 . 10-11 N kg-2 m2 )

4.5. A toy car which is its mass 2Kg glide at diametrical trajectory fastly early 6 ms-1 till desist at

distance 2 m. How much is effort which is done/conducted by friction style /between surface of toy car and trajectory ?

6. A child have mass to 20Kg glide from silent situation of surfboard top, its speed in base 4,0 m / s. How much is big is effort done/conducted by friction style ? g = 10 m / s2

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

LESSON PLAN

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : twenty seven until thirdty in semester to one Time allocation : 8 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in dot object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic to analysed motion in

everyday life

Indicator:1. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic at motion for example free fall motion,

parabola motion and simple harmonic motion 2. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic at motion in the field of heeling3. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic at object motion at radian area4. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic at satellite motion5. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic at vibration motion

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Investigating going into effect conservation laws him/ it of energy mechanic at free fall motion, simple harmonic motion and parabolic motion

2. Applying conservation laws of energy mechanic in solving problem free fall motion, inclined plane motion, move in the field of , planet motion / satellite, and vibration motion by teaming

Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Conservation laws of Energy mechanic Applying of mechanic energy at free fall motion Applying of mechanic energy at motion in inclined plane Applying of mechanic energy at planet motion/ satellite Method Study:

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising problems of conservation laws of energy mechanic at free fall motion, simple harmonic motion and parabola

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about conservation laws of energy mechanic at free fall motion, simple

harmonic motion and parabola2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising problems of conservation laws of energy mechanic in solving problem free fall motion, inclined plane motion, move in the field of , planet motion / satellite

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about conservation laws of energy mechanic in solving problem free fall

motion, inclined plane motion, move in the field of2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising problems of conservation laws of energy mechanic in solving problem

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vibration motionB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about conservation laws of energy mechanic in solving problem vibration motion

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of ) a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to every appearance from every done/conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

Test written

1. How many effort conducted to fight against gravity so that to be object 3 upraisedKg as high as 40 cm

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2. A object with mass 5Kg glide at slippery inclined plane which is angular shape 60o to horizontal. If object shift as far as 5 m, how much/many effort done/conducted by gravity ( g = 10 m / s2)

3. A case 6Kg pulled with style remain to F = 50 N which is its direction 37o to horizontal ( sin 37o =

0,6 ). A style of P = 10 N pursue case movement. Migratory case as far as 3 m to right free diagram a.Picture of case ? b.Calculate ofis effort done/conducted by each laboring style at case ? c.Calculate total effort which done/conducted by at case

4. at a object have mass to 4Kg done by style 90 unidirectional N of inclined plane ( see picture ). That object make a move as far as 20 m to the. If inclined plane suppose slipperyly, count/calculate total effort which done/conducted by laboring style resultant at that object

5. A object have mass to 4Kg ride on at a angular inclined plane 37o ( sin 37o = 0,6 ) to horizontal. Three external style put hand to object that is style 80 N horizontal, style 100 unidirectional N of object motion and friction style 10 N fight against direction move object. If migratory object as far as 20 m. Counting/Calculating:a. Effort done/conducted by every style ?b. Effort total by third style

6. Car first have mass to twice both/ second car, but kinetic energy of him only semi both/ second car times;rill. When both car add its speed by 5 m / s, kinetic energy both becoming is same. How much/many fastness early both car

7. A bullet with mass 200 gram shot off vertical to the from surface of land;ground with speed 60 m / s. If g = 10 m / s2. Count/Calculate : bullet a.Energy in highest dot ? reached maximum b.Hight of bullet ? c.kinetic energy of bullet at height 40 m

8. A child have mass to 50Kg need time 8 second to run a doorstep with height 16 m. Counting/Calculating that child mean energy

9.10. A trapeze oscillation use long string 1 pendulum mass and metre 0,2Kg and also quickly earth

gravitation on the ground 10 m.s-2 like picture beside. How much is speed of pendulum tangential and of energy its mechanic, so that/ to be increase of silent position of as high as 0,5 metre

11.A acrobatic player in demonstrating circus look like picture below/under. Trajectory radius in the form of giant silender as long as 3,6 metre. Motorbike mass 100 driver and Kg 60Kg. Calculate speed of motorbike minimum, so that/ to be moment reside in highest on course do not fall? ( g = 10 m.s-2)

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LESSON PLAN

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m

30o

90 N

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 1 Meeting to : Thirtieth one until thirdty six in semester to one Time allocation : 12 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Analysing natural symptom and its regularity in point object mechanics

age Elementary Interest : Showing relation/ /between impulse concept and momentum to finish

the problem of collision Indicator:

1. Formulating impulse concept and momentum, related/relevant between both, and also its application in life ( for example rocket)

2. Formulating momentum conservation laws for system without external style3. Integrated conservation laws of energy conservation of momentum and to various event of

collision Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Discussing momentum concept, impulse, relation/ /between momentum and impulse in class discussion

2. Doing attempt of momentum conservation laws3. Analysed trouble-shooting of collision by using momentum conservation laws

Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Momentum, impulse, and collision Method Study:

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising problems of impulse concept and momentum B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about impulse concept and momentum2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising problems of momentum conservation laws for system without external style

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about momentum conservation laws for system without external style2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating for the attempt of momentum conservation laws B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about attempt of momentum conservation laws2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

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1. Motivating for the trouble-shooting of collisionB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about trouble-shooting of collision 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating for the conservation laws of conservation of momentum and energy to various event of collision

B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about conservation laws of energy conservation of momentum and to various

event of collision 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity2. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score

Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment Score each;every group

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Very Whether

(5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each done by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Test Write :

1. A object in the form of ball of softball have mass 2Kg thrown on the air is henceforth beated with stik. If/When speed of that hitting = v, hence multiplication /between speed and mass named

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V1 = 10 m/s V2 = 0 2 kg 2 kg

a. impulseb. momentum conservation laws c. momentum d. collision e. change of momentum

2. If ball mass above is 0,2Kg and his/its speed 2 m / s hence level of its momentum is a. 0,4 c. 40 b. 4 d. 20 e. 2

3.

Pursuant to picture above can be ascertained is big of both/ second momentum after ball desist equal to … kgm / s a. 20 c. 10 b. 2 d. 0,2 e. 0

4. Statement real correct impulse is as according to statement following : ( 1)impuls representing change of momentum ( 2)impuls representing collision ( 3)impuls is equal to momentum ( 4)impuls is equal to style multiply change of time a. ( 1) and ( 2) c. ( 2) and ( 3 )b. ( 1) and ( 4) d. ( 2) and ( 4) e. ( 1), ( 2), ( 3) and ( 4)

5. collision which do not dash away is at all can be shown by at statement following :a. going into effect momentum conservation laws and of energy b. after collision both [of] object [is] going away each otherc. after collision both [of] object become oned. speed of object after collision bigger than [at] before collisione. object knocking against have to make a move contrary of direction

6. A log have mass to 2Kg in a state of kept quiet to be to be boxed by other log of m = 3Kg which is its speed 5 m / s. If collision that happened do not dash away is at all, hence speed of log after collision … m / s a. 15 c. 7,5 b. 10 d. 5 e. 3

7. its mass a bird 0,5Kg shot with airgun which is bullet of tin with 5 mass of its speed 100 m / s. If bird in a state of kept quiet and bullet become one with that bird, hence speed of bird bound is … m / s a. 0,991 c. 5,99 b. 45,99 d. 2,99 e. 99,1

8. A free fall object of height 80 m above floor. If e = 0,2, speed of object bound after collision equal to … m / s a. 12 c. 8 b. 10 d. 2 e. 49,9

9. discontinuing object which is have mass to 2 peripatetic Kg with speed 5 m / s, needed by impulse equal to … N.S a. 25 c. 15 b. 20 d. 10 e. 5

10. restitution coefficient when known by ball fall with height of h and bound as high as 0,64 h is a. 0,4 c. 0,8 b. 0,6 d. 1,0 e. 0

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11. ball m = 400 free fall gr as high as 5 m, rebound 3 m. if g = 10 m / s2, determining :a. impulsb. done.style at ball by floor if t = 0,05 s

12.Rocket upstanding in field after its machine is animated by gas given off equal to 1500Kg / s with speed 50 m / s. If peripatetic rocket of slow of g = 9,8 m / s2, hence mass rocket is …

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Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

LESSON PLAN

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Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 2 Meeting to : First until the tenth in second semester Time allocation : 20 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Applying system classical mechanics principle and concept of continu in

finishing problem Elementary Interest : Formulating Relation/ /between concept of torsi, angular momentum,

and moment of inertia, pursuant to law of II Newton and also its applying in problem of rigid body

Indicator:1. Formulating influence of torsi at a object in its bearing with object giration motion2. Laying open analogy punish II Newton about translational motion and giration motion3. Using moment of inertia concept to various rigid body form4. Formulating angular momentum conservation laws at giration motion5. Applying object emphasis concept in everyday life

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Push object with style position which different each other to define and style of moment style pass/through activity of class demonstration

2. Formulating and apply dot object balance and rigid body by using style resultant and of moment style in class discussion

3. Doing attempt of homogeneous object emphasis and balance by teaming in class/ laboratory4. Formulating and apply moment of inertia concept and rotation dynamics in trouble-shooting

discussion in class5. Formulating and apply angular momentum conservation laws in trouble-shooting discussion in

class6.

Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Balance rigid body and emphasis Giration dynamics Method Study:

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of concept of torsiB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about concept of torsi2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of influence of torsi at a object in its bearing with object giration motion B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about influence of torsi at a object in its bearing with object giration motion2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

Motivating by raising problems of law of II Newton about translational motion and giration motion B. Activity ofis Core of

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1. Give information about law of II Newton about translational motion and giration motion2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyB. Motivating by raising problems of angular momentum, and moment of inertia C. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about angular momentum, and moment of inertia2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

D. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising moment of inertia to various rigid body form B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about moment of inertia to various rigid body form 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VI Sixth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivating by raising angular momentum conservation laws at giration motionB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about angular momentum conservation laws at giration motion2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. .Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VII Seventh meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early Motivating by raising problems of object emphasis conceptB. Activity ofis Core of

1.Give information about object emphasis concept2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VIII Eight meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early Motivating for the attempt of homogeneous object emphasis and balanceB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about attempt of homogeneous object emphasis and balance2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IX ninth meeting(2 x 45’)A. Activity early Motivating by raising problems of object emphasis concept in everyday life

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B. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about object emphasis concept in everyday life 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity2. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

.Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each; appearance from each; done by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

SHEET ACTIVITY OF STUDENT

MOMEN STYLE

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F3

F1

F2

A C B

Target of : laboring Resultant Styles at a rigid body can be determined principal constructively style moment.

Appliance : 1. Ruler 2. Paper of HVS Activity :1. Which natural of transition motion and giration motion of picture below/under

Picture 1 style work to pass/through center of mass. Picture 2 style work do not pass/through center of mass. Picture 3 two contrary style is of equal size direction

2. Moment couple or style if/when employing at rigid body, hence the object of rotation3. Moment couple or style said the word positive if rotation direction …… rotation tail hour/, and said

the word by negativity if rotation direction …… rotation tail hour/.

4. Picture style moment to an dot said the word negative and positive. Depicting also positive couple and negative couple.

5. Three style of F1, F2, and F3 put hand to a object with dot catch each in A, B and of C like at picture. If the object in a state of is balancea.then big of style of F3 is ……….. b.sum style of F1, F2 and of F3 is ……..c.style F3 represent ……..

6. At picture ofis amount of style moment point a.to of A ……… point b.to of B ……… point c.to of C ………

7. Conclusion : a.Style F3 represent result of style …..…. and style …….…. b.Titik catch style of result can be determined with ……..

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EMPHASIS

Target of : Determining heavy arrest point of object Appliance and Materials : 1. Pasteboard

2. Nail;Axis or needle

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Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3

F F

F

BBAABB33

jarum

statif

benang

beban

A

A’

A A’B

B’

A

P

A1

z1z2

III

3. Nipper and of Statif 4. Yarn 5. Burden

6. Balance Activity : 1. a. the Pasteboard scissors so that form, like picture beside

b. Make three hole of A, B and of C

2. Preapare attached needle and statif like picture beside and given by yarn is burden

3. a. Draping the pasteboard at needle pass/through hole of A and given by yarn is burden.

b. Mark part of saleable of yarn that is dot of A1 like picture beside. c. Repeat activity of and a of b pass/through hole of B and of C.

d. Prepare AA1, BB1 and of CC1.

4. What is visible between three line? 5. Lines measuring up to like heavy AA1 line disbeut. Mentioning heavy line of the other. 6. Intersection heavy lines in one of the dot named by dot of Zo. Dot of Zo referred as ……. 7. Intersection the pasteboard pass/through one part of the. Deliberating the each shares. 8. a. Determining again emphasis ofis each intersection of pasteboard of Z1 and of

Z2 by above ( doing/conducting at the opposite of pasteboard)!b. Prepare return both mentioned cutting like initialy, then connect Z1 with Z2

( see picture beside). c crosscut.Z1Z2 of pasteboard in P. What is you know about dot of P and dot of

Zo? If it does dot of P represent…..

9. Measure distance of Z1P = ……….. cm Z2P = ……….. cm

10. Calculate style moment : ? 1 = Z1P x m1 ? 2 = Z2P x m2 Why assess style moment ? 1 and ? 2?

Conclusion :a heavy point of object lay in crosscut dot ……..b emphasis coordinat can be counted/calculated to use amount …….c. emphasis coordinat to each tinder can be written with equation

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Test written

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30O

10N

10m

30OA A homogeneous bar with mass disregarded to see

like picture of beside. Determining big of style moment in dot of A !

If F1 = 10N; F2 = 15N ; F3 = 20N ; F4 = 5N and F5 = 15N, residing in at cubic framework with side length 4 cm like at picture beside. Determining is big of style moment at dot of O!

F3

AF5

B

CD

F2F4

F1

O

F2 = 40 N

F1 = 10 N

1 m3 m

CBAA homogeneous bar with mass disregarded. Determining is big of style moment in dot of B!

60o

F2 = 100 NF1 = 50 N

A CB1 m 3 m A homogeneous bar with mass

disregarded. Determining is big of style moment in dot of A!

AB

mk =

At picture beside! If radius of pulley5 string mass and cm disregarded, and also friction at pulley disregarded. Object mass of A and of B each 5Kg and 10Kg ( g = 10 m.s-2 ). How much is acceleration of system that happened?

At picture beside! mass lift with pulley 1Kg , radius 10 string mass cm, and disregarded, and also friction at pulley disregarded. Object mass of A and of B each 5Kg and 10Kg ( g = 10 m.s-2 ). If object of B reside in above slippery desk area. How much is acceleration of system that happened?

At picture beside! mass lift with pulley 1Kg , radius lift with pulley 10 cm, and string mass disregarded, and also friction at pulley disregarded. Object mass of A and of B each 5Kg and 10Kg ( g = 10 m.s-2 ). How much is acceleration of system that happened

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. At picture beside! mass lift with pulley 1Kg , radius lift with pulley 5 string mass cm, and disregarded, and also friction at pulley disregarded. Object mass of A and of B each 5Kg and 10Kg ( g = 10 m.s-2 ). How much is acceleration of system that happened

30o

BA

At picture beside mA = 4Kg ; mB = 6Kg ; m pulley = 0,5Kg ; radius lift with pulley 10 and cm of g = 10 m.s-2, big of acceleration of system if slippery inclined plane is

M

45o

CA

B

T1

T2

A object hung by like at picture beside in a state of object mass balance.If of M = 10Kg , determining is big of string tension of T1 and of T2

45o

30o

C A

B

T

A object hung by like at picture beside in a state of is balance . If bar mass 1Kg and object mass 4Kg determine bigly of string tension of T

B

A

30o

TA object hung by like at picture beside in a state of is balance . If bar mass 1Kg and object mass 4Kg determine bigly of string tension of T

T1

T3

T2

600

10 kg

A log with mass 10Kg depend on three string like seeing at picture beside. Count/Calculate tension at third string ( assume g = 10 m.s-2 ).

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DBA C

A homogeneous bar of length 4 metre as heavy as 96 N hung to use string in a state of balance as draw beside ( g = 10 m.s-2 ). AB = 50 cm, BC = 200 and cm of CD = 150 cm. Count/Calculate bigly of string tension in B is

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R

r

A metal plate in form of like picture beside. If R = 2r, determining heavy arrest point of plate

R

4 R

A metal plate in form of like picture beside. If R = 1 metre, determining heavy arrest point of plate

2 R

A metal plate like at picture beside. If R = 2 cm, determining heavy arrest point of plate!

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A metal plate like at picture beside. If R = 2 cm, determining heavy arrest point of plate!

LESSON PLAN

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 2 Meeting to : Eighteenth eleventh until in second semester Time allocation : 16 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Applying system classical mechanics principle and concept of continu in

finishing problem Elementary Interest : Analysing laws related to fluid of static and of dynamic and also its

applying in everyday life Indicator:

1. Formulating elementary law of fluid of static 2. Applying elementary law of fluid of static at problem of everyday physics3. Formulating elementary law of fluid of dynamic4. Applying elementary law of fluid of dynamic at problem of everyday physics

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Applying hydrostatic pressure concept, principle punish Archimedes and law of Pascall pass/through attempt

2. Doing attempt about surface tension, capillarity, and fluid friction 3. Discussing applying of and concept of principle static fluid in trouble-shooting4. Make physic appliance or demonstration applying of Archimedes law and/or law of Pascall by

teaming5. Discussing ideal fluid characteristic, ground of continuite, and ground of Bernoulli and his/its

applying by clasical in solving problem6. Make physic appliance or demonstration applying of ground of Bernoulli by teaming

Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Fluid of Static Fluid of Dynamic Method Study:

Steps Study

I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of elementary law of fluid of staticB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about elementary law of fluid of static 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of elementary law of fluid of static at problem of everyday physics B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about elementary law of fluid of static at problem of everyday physics2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

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III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating to do/conduct attempt about static fluid B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about attempt about static fluid 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

c. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)

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1. Seriousness in doing/conducting activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each; appearance from each; done/conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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SHEET ACTIVITY OF STUDENT

PRESSURE HYDROSTATICS

Target of : Determining factors determining is big of hydrostatic pressure Appliance and Materials : 1. Spume 3

1. Glass Measure 3 kinds of size measure

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2. Water 3. Ruler

Activity1. Content third glass with water!. Volume irrigate to third glass have to be is same.2. Compile materials and appliance like picture

3. Look what is going on at spume!4. measure going down of glass!5. Glass which/such which go down biggest him?6. Spume which/such getting biggest style?7. Glass which/such owning highest water level?8. Spume which/such getting strongest pressure?9. make conclusion of that attempt

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)a. Activity early

Motivating by raising problems of elementary law of fluid of dynamicc. Activity ofis Core of1. Give information about elementary law of fluid of dynamic2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of ideal fluid characteristic, ground of continuite, and ground of Bernoulli and his/its applying by clasical in solving problemB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about ideal fluid characteristic, ground of continuite, and ground of Bernoulli and his/its applying by clasical in solving problem

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

D. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VI Sixth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of elementary law of fluid of dynamic at problem of everyday physicsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about elementary law of fluid of dynamic at problem of everyday physics2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. .Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VII Seventh meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early Motivating for the demonstration of applying of ground of Bernoulli B. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about demonstration applying of ground of Bernoulli2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion

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SPUME 3

SPUME 2

SPUME 1

4. Give practiceC. Closing Activity

1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each; appearance from each; done/conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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A1 A2v2v1

ABCD

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DYNAMIC FLUID

TARGET : Showing relation/ /between pressure ( P) Volume ( V) and speed ( v) at peripatetic fluid APPLIANCE / MATERIALS

Paper of HVS Ruler ACTIVITY :

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A. Picture following representing fluid flow at a funnel shaped pipe. wide of Comparison of pallet of pipe of A1A2 = 1 : 2 and comparison of AB : CD = 1 : 2 How relation between both speed of fluid motion during which at the same time as long as its trajectory ?...............................................................(1)

Conclusion what you obtain get to regarding/ hit relation/ /between wide of pallet 9°) and speed of fluid motion ( v)?................................................................(2) Writing down in the form of ....................(3)

B. Paper like picture hereunder, later then put down above desk

Breeze hole exist in is middle of paper, later then perceive paper tabletop. Do/Conduct the activity several times with strength of different puff. What earning you of concluding from the activity regarding/ hit relation/ /between pressure ( P) and speed of fluid motion ( v)....................................................................................................(4)

C. Fluid conducted by at a pipe in form of like picture following

Why height of surface of fluid in pipe of A and pipe of B differ?....................................................................................................(5) Information : Elementary of pipe of A or pipe of B there are external air pressure ( P0), static fluid pressure (? dynamic fluid pressure and gh) (? v2 ). How third amount of the pressure at pipe of A and pipe of B?....................................................................................... (6)

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

…… …. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity

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puff direction

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

…… …. …..

6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score

Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang (1)

1. Seriousness in doing/conducting activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each done by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Test written: A. Fluid of static

1. A canister which in form of cylinder contain 100 dm3, alcohol which is its specific mass 0,8 gr / cm3. Wide of canister base 50 cm2. How much is Hydrostatic pressure at canister base ?

2. Pressure is Hydrostatic of pool wall at deepness 3 m with specific mass irrigate 1 gr / and cm3 of g = 10 m / s2 is …

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3. A object entered/included by 80 N moment on the air. At the (time) of entered/included to hydrogen insome, heavy of object decrease 64 N. If object specific mass 1.800 kgm-3, hence the hydrogen specific mass is………

4. If known by specific mass irrigate 1 gr / cm3, ( g = 10 m / s2), count/calculate Hydrostatic pressure at canister base which is broadness 150 cm2 contain hydrogen which is its volume 3.000 cm3 ( in set of THE

5. A object if/when residing in wt. air 20 N, if/when entered/included into wt. water impressing become 16 N and if/when entered/included by other hydrogen of object weight impressing become 8 N. Known by specific mass irrigate 1 gr / cm3. How much/many hydrogen specific mass ?

6. A hydraulic pump with comparison of fingers 1:10. How much/many yielded style at big pallet, if used style at small pallet 10 N ?

7. A object deliberated on the air wt. 100 N, if deliberated into wt. water 75 N, count/calculate object volume !

8. A object of inner metal of hollow him of wt. on the air 240 N, entered/included into alcohol = 0.8 gr / cm3). In the reality wt. become 160 N. Counting/Calculating object cavity volume, if metal specific mass 4,6 gr / cm-3 !

9. A capillary pipe with finger – finger 1.10 m-5 packed into hydrogen with angle of contact = 0?. Tension surface of hydrogen 7.10-2 N / m, while liquid specific mass 1 gr / cm. How much/many going up of hydrogen ?

10.A minute hand 1 cm, wt. 0,06 N put down by above fluid which is its smaller specific mass than needle. Count/Calculate the level of surface tension that happened

B Dynamic Fluid

1. A pipe broadly pallet 2 cm2 in it emit a stream of water with speed 4 m / s. Determining is big of debit at pipe !

2. Speed water mean emiting a stream of in pipe which is have diameter to 2 cm is 4 m / s. Determining ; 1.Debit water in pipe ! 2.Lama needed time if water accomodated in basin which is its volume 200 litre!

3. Air emiting a stream of in a pipe of horizontal its itshis wide of 4 cm2 with speed 6 m / this s.Pipa minimize so that wide of its itshis become ½ times;rill initialy. Seting the pace current at small pipe!

4. Listening picture beside ! If wide of comparison of pallet of P with Q is 4 : 1 , seting the pace current in P !

5. A water tandon have wide of pallet 1 m2 and experience of leakage at part of like picture. Seting the pace water at part of leaky

6. Air emiting a stream of to pass/through a pipe with speed 3 m / s at pressure 100 kPa. Narrow;Tight pipe so that its diameter become ½ diameter initialy. Determining ; a. Speed irrigate at narrow pipe ! b. Pressure irrigate at narrow pipe !

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0,2 m0,4 m

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LESSON PLAN

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 2 Meeting to : Compassion until twenty five in second semester Time allocation : 14 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Applying concept of thermodinamic in machine of calor

[Dwi Sulistyani – RSBI SMAN 1 Bangil]

Elementary Interest : Describe ofis nature of ideal gas of mono atomic Indicator:

1. Describe equation of ideal gas public at problem of everyday physics2. Applying equation of ideal gas public at process of isotermik, isokhorik, and isobaric

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. Formulating relation/ /between pressure, volume, temperature, speed, and kinetic energy in class discussion

2. Applying pressure concept, volume, temperature, speed, and kinetic energy in trouble-shooting discussion

Items Teaching ( Direct Material : Kinetic theory of gases Equation of gas public Pressure and gas kinetic energy Method Study:

Steps Study I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of equation of ideal gas publicB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about equation of ideal gas public2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of relation/ /between pressure, volume, temperatureB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about relation/ /between pressure, volume, temperature2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of relation/ /between speed, and kinetic energyB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about relation/ /between speed, and kinetic energy2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)D. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of equation of ideal gas public at process of isotermik, isokhorik, and isobaricE. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about equation of ideal gas public at process of isotermyk, isokhorik, and isobaric

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2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

F. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of concept of thermodynamicB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about concept of thermodynamic 2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VI Sixth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early Motivating by raising problems of equation of ideal gas public in everyday activityB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about equation of ideal gas public in everyday activity2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individuall or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the (time) of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score

Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

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No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to each appearance from each done/conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Test written

1. One gas litre with pressure 1,5 atmosphere have temperature 7?C. the Gas pressure if its itshis become ¼ litre and his/its temperature become 77?C is...

2. Energy in from gas mole of mono atomic at temperature 127oC is ....

3. Gas in its temperature tube 7oC heated at volume remain to so that gas effective velocity become 2 times initialy. Increase of gas thermometer is ....

4. Volume oxygen gas at pressure 105 N / temperature and m2 7oC equal to 2 x 10-3 m3. Gas

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oxygen volume at the (time) of its pressure is enlarged to become 2105 N / m2 and his/its temperature 147oC is ...

5. Listening graph beside is!. Big is effort done/conducted by gas is

6. A tube which is its volume 3 m3 contain gas depressed isobaric at pressure 4 x 105 Pa so that its volume become 2,5 m3. Effect of this pressure of energy in gas increase 4 x 105 joule. Big of free by calor of the gas is ..

7. Gas originally have volume to 2 pressure m3 1 temperature and atm 7oC. If its temperature turn into 147oC is. Big of external effort at isobaric process is ….

8. Pressure gas in closed tube go down 81 % from value initialy. Is influence of this change at gas molecule fastness ?

9. Some gas have pressure = P ; volum = V ; absolute temperature = T and molecule weight M. Determining gas specific mass !

10. A tank of volum 580 litre contain solid oxygen 20 pressure gram 6 atmosphere. If oxygen molecule weight 32 g / mole. Determining oxygen mass in tank !

11. In closed tube of U ( see picture) there are ideal gas. If/When external air pressure 75 Hg cm, in the reality gas volum 50 cm3 at temperature 30oC. Determining normal gas volum in the situation ( 0oC : 76 Hg cm

12. Ada how much/many atom of H in mercury drop have radius to 0,4 mm ( MHG = 202Kg / mole k and of PHG= 13600Kg . m-3)

13. Massa type an gas 10Kg . m-3 . Determining is big of gas pressure, if/when gas particle average speed 3 . 10 m2 . s-1 !

14. Determining Vrms for the molecule of oxygen in air have temperature to 27oC. ( M = 32Kg / mole k)

15. Some ideal gas at atmospheric pressure and temperature pattern 29oC compress until its itshis semi times;rill initialy. If its temperature is folded by twokan, how much is its pressure

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Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

LESSON PLAN

Subject : Physics Class/ Semester : XI / 2 Meeting to : twenty six until thirtieth two in second semester Time allocation : 14 x 45 ’ Standard Interest : Applying concept of thermodynamic in machine of calor Elementary Interest : Analysing change of situation of ideal gas by applying law of

thermodynamics Indicator:

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V(m3)

P(105 Pa)

63 9

3

7

A

BNotes :R = 8,314 J/mol Kk = 1,38 x 10-23 J/K

Pud

gas

Hg

50 cm

1. Describe effort, calor, and energy in pursuant to especial law of thermodynamic2. Analysed ideal gas process pursuant to graph of pressure-volume ( P-V)3. Describe principle work Carnot engine

Target of Study: After following study of student earn:

1. calculate effort, calor, and/or energy in by using especial law principle of thermodynamic in class discussion

2. Analysed isobaric process characteristic, isokhoric, isothermic, and adiabatic in class discussion

3. calculate efficiency of engine of kalor and of koefiseien performans of Carnot refrigerator machine in trouble-shooting discussion

Items Teaching ( Direct Material ): Thermodynamic Especial Law of thermodynamic

Carnot engine Method Study:

Steps Study I. First meeting ( 2x 45”)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about effort, calor, and/or energy in by using especial law principle of thermodynamic

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

II. Second meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity early

1. Motivated by raising problemsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about problems of isobaric process characteristic, isokhoric, isoterm, and is adiabatic

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity2. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

III. Third meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating to finish problem – problem of related to law of thermodynamicsB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about finishing problem – problem of related to law of thermodynamics2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

IV. Fourthly meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising problems of Carnot engineB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about Carnot engine2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

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C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

V. Fifth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising calculation of efficiency of engine of calor and of koefisien performans of Carnot refrigerator machine in trouble-shooting discussionB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about calculation of efficiency of engine of calor and of koefisien performans of Carnot refrigerator machine in trouble-shooting discussion

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

VI Sixth meeting ( 2 x 45’)A. Activity earlyMotivating by raising calculation of efficiency of engine of calor and of koefiseien performans of Carnot refrigerator machine in trouble-shooting discussionB. Activity ofis Core of

1. Give information about calculation of efficiency of engine of calor and of koefiseien performans of Carnot refrigerator machine in trouble-shooting discussion

2. Led and instruct student in doing LKS3. Led and instruct student in discussion4. Give practice

C. Closing Activity1. Led and instruct in taking conclusion

Appliance/ Source and materials Appliance and materials: presentation materials, spread sheet Source of: Physics book, CD Study, LKS, Charta, Brochure, and various article of internet

Assessment: Assessment done/conducted individual or group of peoplely ing assessment of assessment of performance ( performance of assessment) at the time of activity take place, test written, and assignation ( project of a. Assessment of Performance Value obtained from result of perception of teacher to group performance during study process take place that is at the (time) of doing/conducting attempt. assessed elements

No Aspect Assessment Name Of Group

Kel. A

Kel. B

Kel. C

Kel. D

……

…. …..

1. Designing appliance2. Compiling Hypothesis3. Specifying Variable which remain to and which

is controlled4. Specifying appropriate materials and appliance5. Determining activity 6. Correctness measure 7. Concluding result of attempt

Total Score

Score is 1 until 5 where 5 = very good; 4 = goodness; 3 = good; 2 = Less; 1 = Very Less

Value the obtained is : N = x 10

b. Erudite Aspect Attitude

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No. Aspect Assessment

Score each;every groupVery

Whether (5)

Whether (4)

Enough (3)

Less (2)

Very Less

Sangat Kurang

(1)1. Seriousness in doing/conducting

activityy

2. Sincerity in expressing fact

3. Correctness in working

4. Usage of time effectively

5. Teamwork

6. Responsibility

7 Paying attention working safety

Note: Give sign to every appearance from every done/conducted by action is group .

Value: N = x 10

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Test written:1. Every absorbent machine cycle of calor 10 kcal and do/conduct effort 840 joule. Big of efficiency

of engine is ....2. Engine Carnot take 2500 kkal of reservoir 327oC and releasing him/ it at reservoir 27oC. released

calor to reservoir 27oC is....3. Some plane of cooler have useful power coefficient 3. If room temperature ( reservoir) which is

have high temperature to is 27oC, room temperature of teperature low is ....4. Some white colars room will be made cool by Refrigator Carnot. Temperature in room 12oC and

outside room 27oC, if the machine have strength 8000 watt, how much/many heat which in releasing from the room every hour ?

5. A machine of carnot use high reservoir 800 K have efficiency 40%, how much/many temperature of reservoir height so that/ to be its efficiency go up 50

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6. A machine of carnot have expenditure energy ( put out) 100 K.W. Machine work /between two reservoir at temperature 50oC and 400oC . Counting/Calculating :a. How many hot which in absorber b. Hot which in absorber every hour

7. In room closed there are its 0,2 temperature gas mole 27o C. if its temperature is boosted up to become 127oC. How much is change of depth energy

8. A natural gas of process like at graph beside this, If P1 = 1 atm, V1 = 10 cm3 , V2 = 20 cm3. Determining a. Effort conducted by gas isb. Temperature T2, if T1 = 200 K c. Process 1 – 2 in mentioning process

9. Engine Carnot accept calor of high reservoir 227oC and release calor at low reservoir 277oC , efficiency of Carnot equal to

10. A system accept calor equal to 10 J and do/conduct effort 4 J, at constant temperature 37oC . Determining change of depth energy !

11. One gas mole compressed by at temperature remain to 27oC so that its volume turn into as half as. If R = 8,31.103 J / mole of K, ln 1 = 0, ln 2 = 0,69 Determining job/activity ( Effort ) which is done/conducted by system

12. Temperature high reservoir 400 K and his/its efficiency 40 %, If its is it him boosted up to become 50% by taking care of temperature of reservoir constant low, hence temperature of reservoir boosted up high to become …. K

13. Dari graph hereunder determine :a. Name process each isb. Effort total performed within one cyclec. If increase of energy in 10 J, Big of calor which in

absorber in one cycle ?d. If temperature in dot of D = 400 K how much is

temperature in dot of B ?

Bangil, 14 July 2008 SMA N 1 Bangil Headmaster Physics Teacher

Drs. H. Prayitno, M.Pd. Dwi Sulistyani, S.Pd. Nip. 130 673 928 Nip. 132 146 272

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