In this article, you will discover the SS1 Physics Scheme Of Work for first term, second term and third term.
FIRST TERM PHYSICS FOR SS1
This week is for revision of J.S.S. work. Revision and examination comes up by eleventh and twelfth weeks.
WEEKS 2 & 3 : FUNDAMENTAL AND DERIVED QUANTITIES AND DIMENSION.
Students should be involved in the theoretical and practical works.
Areas of concentration:
1. Fundamental quantities: mass, length, time and electric charge.
2. Fundamental units Kg, m, etc.
3. Derived quantities: force, speed, etc. Derived units: MS, M³, M², etc and their dimensions.
WEEK 4: UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS.
Identification of units used in industry.
WEEK 5: TIME
Concepts and ways of measuring time.
WEEKS 6, 7, & 8: MOTION.
Types of motion — Random translation, oscillatory and relative motion. Areas of emphasis should include:
1. Listing most of the motions in a given environment and classifying a list of familiar motions into random, rotational, oscillatory and translational motion.
2. Identifying the forces that cause a given body to move and a force resisting the motion between two surface in contact and moving relative to each other.
3. Identification of circular motion and friction reduction in a given situation.
4. Concept of speed and velocity, Distance: time graph or displacement time graph.
WEEK 9: RECTILINEAR ACCELERATION.
1. Concept of acceleration and uniformed/non uniform acceleration.
2. Velocity, time graph and analysis of rectilinear motion
3. Deducing the speed of motion from the gradient or slope of the graph.
WEEK 10: SCALAR AND VECTORS.
1. Concept of scalar and vectors.
2. Explanation of the concept of uniform motion and determining acceleration from a velocity time graph.
3. Distinction between scalar and vectors.
SECOND TERM PHYSICS FOR SS1
WEEKS 2 & 3: WORK, ENERGY AND POWER.
Areas to concentrate on are concept of work, energy and power interchangeability of work and energy, determining work, energy and power interchangeability of work and energy determination, work, energy and power, work done in a force field, types of energy (mechanical) energy, potential/kinetic energy and conservation of mechanical energy.
WEEK 4: CONSERVATION OF ENERGY. CONVERSATION OF:
1. Mechanical energy to electrical, heat sound energy to electrical heat sound energy etc.
2. Electrical energy to heat, mechanical light energy etc.
3. Radiation energy to electrical, heat energy etc.
4. Chemical energy to electrical, mechanical energies (Vise— versa) etc.
5. Use of simple devices to convert one form of energy to another to stressed.
WEEK 5: HEAT ENERGY
Areas to focus on include: Concept of heat and temperature, effects of heat on change of state: expansion, vaporization etc. Transferred heat by conduction, convention radiation.
WEEK 6 & 7: ELECTRIC CHARGES
Emphasis will be on production types, distribution and storage of charges.
WEEK 8: DESCRIPTION AND PROBABLY OF FIELD
Concept and types of fields, gravitational, magnetic and electric fields. Properties of a force field.
WEEK 9: GRAVITATIONAL FILED
1. Acceleration due to gravity.
2. Shape and dimension of the earth.
THIRD TERM PHYSICS FOR SS1
WEEKS 2 & 3: ELECTRIC FIELD
1. Electric fields lines of force and potential difference and electric current.
2. Electric circuit and production of electric current.
3. Electric conduction through materials and the Ohm’s law.
WEEKS 4 & 5: PARTICULATE NATURE OF MATTER.
1. Nature and size of molecule and structure of matter and simple atomic structure.
2. Crystal structure of matter and states of matter: Solid, liquid and gas.
3. Photons: particles, nature of photons.
WEEKS 6 & 7: FLUIDS AT REST AND IN MOTION.
1. Definition and effects of surface tension and viscosity.
2. Application of surface tension and viscosity.
WEEK 8: ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF SOLID
1. Young’s modules and Hooke’s law.
2. Work done: spring and elastic string.
WEEK 9: ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY AND TESTING.
1. Continuity faults in electric circuits.
2. Construction of a simple electrical continuity testers.
WEEK 10: SOLAR COLLECTOR
1. Solar energy and solar panel for energy supply.
2. Construction of solar collector and explanation of solar energy panels for energy supply.