Basic Electronics Scheme Of Work For SS1

In this article, you will discover the SS1 basic electronics scheme of work for first term, second term and third term.

BASIC ELECTRONIC

FIRST TERM BASIC ELECTRONIC SCHEME OF WORK

DETAILS

WEEKS 2-3: ELECTRIC CURRENT

Structure of atom, conductors and insulators, as well as direct and alternating current, sources of direct and alternating current.

WEEK 4: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VOLTAGE, CURRENT AND RESISTANCE

Current, voltage, resistance and ohm’s law.

WEEKS 5-6: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VOLTAGE, CURRENT AND RESISTANCE

Simple calculation of current, voltage and resistance.

WEEKS 7-8: ELECTRIC POWER

Concept of electric power, relationship between power, current and voltage.

WEEKS 9-10: ELECTRIC POWER

Other formulae for finding electric power, calculation of electric power in given circuit.

SECOND TERM BASIC ELECTRONICS SCHEME OF WORK

DETAILS

WEEKS 2-3: CIRCUIT COMPONENTS

Types of resistors, capacitors and industors. Students are also to learn symbols, signs and units. Colour coding and rating of resistors and capacitors are to be learnt.

WEEKS 4-5: ELECTRIC CURRENT

Electric circuit, circuit boards, circuit arrangement (series and parallel) and simple calculations on circuit arrangement.

WEEKS 6-7: MAGNET AND MAGNETIC FIELD

Definition of terms such as: Magnetism, magnetic poles, magnetic field and magnetic materials. Other areas of study include permanent and temporary magnets, laws of attraction and repulsion, as well as applications of Magnetism.

WEEK 8: ELECTRO MAGNETISM

Explanation of terms like electric field, electromagnet, electromagnetism and inductance.

WEEKS 9-10: ELECTRO MAGNETISM

Application of electromagnetism like electric bell, relay, transformer, etc and principles of operation of a transformer.

THIRD TERM BASIC ELECTRONICS SCHEME OF WORK

DETAILS

WEEKS 2-4: ELECTRO EMISSION

Areas to concentrate on are thermion emission, photo emission, secondary emission, field emission and applications such as thermionic values, photo exposure meters door, openers and particle counters as well as field emission microscope.

WEEKS 5-6: SEMI CONDUCTOR

Concept of semiconductor, semiconductor materials (silicone, germanium etc) and doping of semiconductors. Students are also to learn formation of P — types and N— types semiconductors, as well as forward and reverse biasing of diodes.

WEEKS 7-8: SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES

Concept of diodes, operational principles of diodes, and types of diodes such as P — N junction, zener diode, tunnel diode, photo diode and light emitted diode (LED).

WEEKS 9-10: DIODES

Diode rating — voltage, current and power. Application of diodes like rectification, detection and instrument protection. Construction of simple circuit using semiconductor diodes.

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