# PHYSICS SS 2 THIRD TERM

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PHYSICS

SS 2 THIRD TERM
 WEEK TOPIC/ CONTENT ACTIVITIES 1 ELECTRIC FIELD -Electrical conduction through liquids(Electrolysis) i) Electrolytes and non-electrolytes ii) Dynamics of charged particles(ions) in electrolytes iii) Voltameter iv) Examples of electrolysis -Faraday’s law of electrolysis -Applications of electrolysis The teacher leads the students to identify solutions that conduct electricity and those that do not 2 ELECTRIC FIELD -Conduction of electricity through gases -Hot cathode, thermionic emission -The diode valve -Application of hot cathode(thermionic) emission i) Cathode-ray oscilloscope The teacher to lead discussion on how the reduction in pressure of a gas in a suitable container is applied in the fluorescent tube and cathode ray oscilloscope 3 ELECTRIC FIELD -Electric force between point charges(coulomb’s law) -Concept of electric field i) Electric field intensity ii) Electric potential The teacher guides the students on how to calculate the electric force between two points charges in free space and to compare this force with the gravitational force between two protons 4 ELECTRIC FIELD -Capacitors and Capacitances i) Definition ii) Arrangement of capacitors -Energy stored in a capacitor -Application of capacitors The teacher leads the students to determine the equivalent capacitance for; series and parallel arrangement of capacitors 5 MAGNETIC FIELD -Concept of magnetic field i) Properties of magnet ii) Magnetic flux and flux density -Magnetic field around: i) A bar magnet ii) A straight conductor carrying current iii) A solenoid -Methods of making magnets -Methods of demagnetization The teacher demonstrate how to distinguish between magnetic and non-magnetic materials 6 MAGNETIC FIELD -Magnetic properties of iron and steel -Magnetic screening or shielding -Electromagnets and application of electromagnet -Temporary magnet i) The electric bell ii) Telephone earpiece, etc The teacher guides the students on how to investigate the field around a conductor by using a compass needle and iron fillings 7 MAGNETIC FIELD -The earth’s magnetic field i) Magnetic elements of a place *Angle of declination *Angle of dip *Horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field -Bar magnet in earth’s field: Neutral point -Mariner’s compass The teacher leads the students on how to suspend a bar magnet horizontally and locate the earth’s N-S direction 8 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD -Magnetic force on a charge moving in a magnetic field -Concept of electromagnetic field -Interaction between magnetic field and currents in: i) A current –carrying wire in a magnetic field; ii) A current-carrying solenoid in a magnetic field -Applications of electromagnetic field: i) Electric motor The teacher guide the students to investigate the effect of passing current through a solenoid in a magnetic field 9 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD -Electromagnetic induction -Faraday’s law -Lenz’s law -Motor generator effect -Eddy currents The teacher guide the students to investigate the effect of rotating wire in magnetic field 10 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD -The transformer -Power transmission -The induction coil The teacher guides the students to investigate the effect of moving a magnet in a solenoid or coil carrying current near a solenoid 11 Revision Revision 13 Examination Examination

FURTHER MATHS

SS 2 FIRST TERM

FURTHER MATHS

SS 2 SECOND TERM

 WEEK TOPIC / CONTENT ACTIVITIES 1 DIFFERENTIATION i. Limits of a function ii. Differentiation from first principle iii. Differentiation of polynomials Teacher: guides students on how to find limits of a function and differentiate from first principle. Students: Evaluate limits of a function at a given value and differentiate from first principle. Instructional Resource: charts showing rules of differentiation. 2 DIFFERENTIATION Differentiation of transcendental function such as sin x, eax, log 3x Teacher: leads students to differentiate transcendental functions Students: Differentiate transcendental functions. Instructional Resource: chart showing areas of application 3 DIFFERENTIATION i. Rules of differentiation ii. Product rule iii. Quotient rule iv. Function of function Teacher: guides students to use rules of differentiation Students: use rules of differentiation Instructional Resource: charts showing rules of differentiation 4. DIFFERENTIATION i. Application of differentiation to b. gradient c. maximum and minimum values d. equation of motion Teacher: leads students to use differentiation in finding: rate of change, gradient of a function and optimization involving maximum and minimum values. Students: use differentiation in finding: rate of change, gradient of a function and optimization involving maximum and minimum values. Instructional Resources: chart showing areas of application. 5 DIFFERENTIATION i. Higher derivatives ii. Differentiation of implicit functions. Teacher: guides students to higher derivative and differentiation of implicit functions Instructional Resource: chart showing areas of application. 6 BINOMIAL EXPANSION i. Pascal triangle ii. Binomial expression of (a+b)n where n is +ve integer, -ve integer or fractional value Teacher: guides students to demonstrate the Pascal triangle and write out the binomial expansion. Students: construct the Pascal triangle and write our binomial expansion. Instructional Resource: charts showing Pascal triangle 7 BINOMIAL EXPANSION i. Finding nth term ii. Application of binomial expansion Teacher: leads students to extend the power of negative integer and fractional values. Students: use the knowledge of expansion of positive expansion to negative and fractional powers. Instructional Resources: charts showing nth term of a given binomial expansion. 8 CONIC SECTION: THE CIRCLE ii. Equation of circle given centre and radius Teacher: leads students to define circle and explain concept of a circle as conic section . Students: solve various types of problems on circles. Instructional Resources: chart depicting circle as section of a cone. 9 CONIC SECTION: THE CIRLCE i. General equation of a circle a. finding centre and radius of a given circle b. finding equation of a circle given the end point of the diameter c. equation of a circle passing through three points. Teacher: guides students to solve various types of problems on circles. Students: solve various types of problems on circle. Instructional Resources: chart showing equation of circle passing through 3 points. 10 CONIC SECTION: THE CIRCLE i. Equation of tangent to a circle ii. Length of tangent to a circle Teacher: leads students to find the equation of a tangent to circle Students: learn technique of finding equation of tangent to circle Instructional Resources: chart showing tangent of circle and length of tangent. 11 Revisions Revisions 12 Examinations Examinations 13 Examinations Examinations