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#4569. lesson no1

Science, level: Senior
Posted Mon Feb 20 13:22:57 PST 2012 by Ihtisham (Ihtisham).
Elementary and secondary Education, Pakistan
Materials Required: Charts , Small cars, Balls, etc
Activity Time: 60 to 80 mint
Concepts Taught: motion and rest

Lesson No 1
Class 9th
Chapter no 3
Subject Physics
Topic _____________________________
(1) ESTABLISHING:
Learning Objectives
Following are the objectives of this lesson
To enable students, define kinematics, motion and rest.
To enable them, differentiate motion and rest.
To enable students to produce motion and explain their demonstrations regarding motion and rest.
To enable students, give example of moving bodies and bodies in state of rest from daily life.
Material
Automatic toy cars, balls, charts, markers, white board and text book.
(2) ELICIT
After entering the class the teacher will ask these questions from the students to judge their prior knowledge regarding topic and about the topics, already studied.
If a person wants to go to market how can he reach the market?
If van does not move will this person reach market? So can we say that only due to the motion of a van, person reaches from his home to market?
(3) ENGAGE
The teacher will place a car on a table before the class and ask
Is this car moving?
What is the state of car?
So we shall study about rest and motion with out considering the force or agent which is causing this rest or motion.
Teacher will show the chart on which topic will be written
KINEMATICS, REST AND MOTION
Teacher will orally give brief introduction of kinematics, motion and rest.
(4) EXPLORE
The class will divided into appropriate groups and each group will be given a ball, a car, charts and markers. Charts will be consisted following instructions.
Place the ball and car on a table and answer these questions
Is the ball changing its position with respect to car?
Is the car not changing its position with respect to ball?
Now move the ball
If the ball is changing its position what is the state of ball with respect to car?
What the state of car with respect to ball?
During the group work teacher will guide the groups towards solution by asking questions. After the completion some of the groups will represent their work before the class to help the other s to reach the solution.
(5) EXPLANATION
After the completion of group work groups will be asked to represent their work before the class. After the representation of groups teacher himself will explain the phenomenal in detail and to extend the concept teacher will ask the students to work in the same groups.
(6) ELABORATE
Students will work in the same groups and all groups will be provided new questions papers and charts to answer these questions.
Define kinematics.
Move the car and repeat previous process.
State and explain motion and rest with the help of any five examples from daily life.
Can a body be in state of rest and motion at a time?
If sun is stationary, what is the state of earth with respect to sun?
During the group work teacher will guide the groups towards solution by asking questions. After the completion some of the groups will represent their work before the class to help the other s to reach the solution.
(7) EVALUATION
To judge the improvement in level of achievement of the student and success of teaching process a chart consisted of the following questions will be presented before the class and students will be ask to complete the sentences.
The branch of physics which deals with the description of motion with out considering the force or agent which cause this motion is called __________________________________________________
What is the state of a person sitting on road with respect to moving car __________________________________________________
Define motion and rest
(8) EXTEND
HOME WOEK
Search the answer of this question at home and write the answer on your note books.
Can a body be in state of rest and motion at a time? Explain your answer.