# scheme of work

```SCHEME OF WORK: 2019
SEMESTER: 1
13thJanuary – 9th May-16 week
First Term Topics
Second Term Topics
Week
No. of
Periods
Topic
1
5
2
Complete
Week
No. of.
Periods
Topic
Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements
1
4
Systematics and Biodiversity
5
Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements
2
5
Cell Structure and Organisation
3
5
Kinematics
3
5
Biological Molecules and Their Importance
4
5
Dynamics
4
5
Plant Nutrition
5
4
Dynamics
5
5
Plant Nutrition
6
5
Mass, weight and gravitational fields
6
5
Germination and Pollination
7
5
Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements
7
5
Germination and Pollination
8
5
Sources of Energy and Transformation of
Energy
8
4
Transfer of Thermal Energy
9
5
Matter
9
5
Transfer of Thermal Energy
10
5
Kinetic theory
10
5
Measurement of Temperature
11
5
Atoms, Molecules, Mixtures and Compounds
11
5
Light
12
5
Matter , Methods of Purification and Analysis
12
5
Electricity
13
4
Acids and Bases
13
5
Electricity
14
5
Atmosphere and Environment
14
5
Magnetism and electromagnetism
15
4
Water
15
5
Magnetism and electromagnetism
16
4
Revision
16
5
Revision
Strand: Physics
Complete
Strand: Physics
Sub strand: Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements
Week
1
No
of
periods
Outcome
Students in groups are asked to
list down physical quantities
Teacher designed
Teacher
observation
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
b) Expresses some
derived quantities in
terms of fundamental
quantities.
Discuss how some of these are
basic and how some are
formed using the base ones
Teacher designed
Teacher
observation
Discussion and display on
system of units.
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
c) Explains the metric
system
and
the
International System of
Units.
Portfolio
Self
and
assessment
d) States some base
quantities, their units
and symbols.
Group work on conversion
between units.
Self
and
assessment
Questioning
3
PH1.1: Categorize physical
quantities as fundamental
(base) and derived quantities
and describes the systems of
unit.
1
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
a) Classifies physical
quantities
as
fundamental (base) and
derived quantities.
2
PH1.1: Categorize physical
quantities as fundamental
(base) and derived quantities
and describes the systems of
unit.
1
Indicators
1
PH1.1: Categorize physical
quantities as fundamental
(base) and derived quantities
and describes the systems of
unit.
1
Key Competencies
4
PH1.1: Categorize physical
quantities as fundamental
(base) and derived quantities
and describes the systems of
unit.
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
e) Uses the conversion
formulae for some
derived
physical
quantities.
Learning
resources
activities
and
Assessment
methods/ tools
Integration with other
strands, sub- strands
peer
peer
Strand: Physics
Sub strand: Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements
Week
2
2
2
No
of
periods
1
2
3
Outcome
Key Competencies
Indicators
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature and
volume.
Relating to People
a)
Expresses
the
measurement of the
physical quantity and
SI units.
Different
measuring
instruments used and described
to find length, mass and time
Teacher designed
Teacher
observation
Portfolio
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature and
volume.
Relating to People
b)
Describes
and
measures the length of
an
object
using
ruler/measuring tape.
Different
measuring
instruments used and described
to find length, mass and time
Self
and
assessment
Questioning
peer
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature and
volume.
Relating to People
c)
Explains
and
measures the mass of
given objects.
Different
measuring
instruments used and described
to find length, mass and time.
And
showing
time
measurement using stop clocks
Self
and
assessment
Questioning
peer
Doing textbook activity 1.1
and 1.2
Teacher
observation
Using Technology
and the Media
Using Technology
and the Media
Using Technology
and the Media
d)
Measures
and
explains
how
to
measure time using
clocks and stopwatches
2
4
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature and
volume.
Relating to People
Using Technology
and the Media
e)
To
measures
temperature of a body
using thermometers.
Learning
resources
activities
and
Assessment
methods/ tools
Integration with other
strands, sub- strands
Strand: Physics
Sub strand: Kinematics.
Week
No of
Outcome
Key Competencies
Indicators
Learning
resources
activities
and
Assessment
methods/ tools
Integration with other
strands, sub- strands
Relating to People
f) measures volume of
given objects.
Measuring the solid and the
liquid
with
appropriate
instruments
Self
and
assessment
Questioning
g)
Measures
the
volume of liquids and
objects (regular and
irregular) using direct
and indirect methods.
Using formula to regular
objects and immersing the
irregular object and finding the
difference in volume to find
the volume of the object.
Teacher designed
Questioning
periods
3
1
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature
Using Technology
and the Media
peer
and volume.
3
2
Relating to People
PH1.2: Measure physical
quantities such as length,
mass, time, temperature
Using Technology
and the Media
and volume.
3
3
TB Act.1.3
PH1.3: Recognise that
Relating to People
physical quantities can be
classified into scalars and
vectors.
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
a) Defines vectors and
scalars
and
gives
examples of vectors
and
Identify scalars and vectors.
TB act.6.1
scalars.
b)
Explains
the
difference
between
distance
and
displacement
and
classifies distance as
scalar
and
displacement as vector.
Activity to show the net effect
of forces changing with the
direction of forces.
Teacher designed
Questioning
3
3
4
5
PH1.4: Investigate
Relating to People
speed and recognise the
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
a) Defines the terms
speed and velocity and
differentiates between
difference between speed
them.
and velocity.
b) Derives the formula
to find speed and
velocity.
PH1.4: Investigate
Relating to People
speed and recognise the
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
difference between speed
and velocity.
c) Calculates speed.
Introduce the term speed and
velocity and explain with
simple examples
Teacher designed
Questioning
Problems based on speed is
given
Teacher designed
Questioning
Strand: Physics
Sub strand: Dynamics.
Week
No of
Outcome
Key Competencies
Indicators
Relating to People
d)
Defines
terms
instantaneous
speed
and average speed.
Learning
resources
activities
and
Assessment
methods/ tools
periods
4
1
PH1.4: Investigate
speed and recognise the
e) Plans and carries out
an investigation to find
the speed of a moving
object.
difference between speed
and velocity.
4
2
Understanding and
Managing Self
PH1.5: Explore the meaning
of force and
investigate forces.
Group activity to find various
speed.
Teacher designed
Questioning
Relating to People
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
Using Technology
and the Media
a) Identifies force as an
agent resulting from
the object’s interaction
with another object
which changes or tends
to change the state of
rest, of uniform linear
motion and physical
condition of a body.
Portfolio
Questioning
Activity to find how speed
changes with force
Integration with other
strands, sub- strands
4
3
Understanding and
Managing Self
PH1.5: Explore the meaning
of force and
investigate forc
Relating to People
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
b) Uses phrases such as
speeding up, slowing
down and change in
direction of motion of
an object in everyday
conversation and relate
them to force.
Activity to relate different
types of forces in everyday life
Teacher designed
Teacher
observation
Using Technology
and the Media
4
4
Understanding and
Managing Self
PH1.5: Explore the meaning
of force and
investigate forces.
Relating to People
Thinking Critically
and Creatively
Using Technology
and the Media
c) Identifies different
types of forces such as
force
of
friction,
gravitational
force,
applied force, magnetic
force,
electrostatic
force,
Portfolio
Concept mapping
Activity to discover different
types of forces
up thrust or buoyant
force, weight, tension,
force of reaction and
air resistance.
d)
Observes
and
investigates the effect
of forces on a
Text book Act.6.2,6.3
(i) moving object and
(ii) stationary object.
Examles with daily life for
stationery and moving obects
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