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# LESSON PLAN

## CLASS ED228 6A and ED227 6A DATE : 20th November 2014

LEVEL Middle TIME : 4.00 p.m. 4.30 a.m.
THEME Simple Harmonic Motion
OBJECTIVE Analysing simple harmonic motion
LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of the lesson, student should be able to :

## a) Define simple harmonic motion.

b) Identify period, amplitude and frequency for simple

harmonic motion.
c) Define Hookes Law
d) Use the formula of Hookes Law

## MORAL VALUES a) Students are free to give opinion in class.

b) Students cooperate to each other in group activity.
c) Students respect the teacher during the lesson.
EDUCATIONAL a) Making observation
b) Making hypothesis
EMPHASIS
INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS Apple, string, PowerPoint and marker pen.
PREVIOUS 1. Students have learnt about wave during their secondary
KNOWLEDGE
school.
2. Students experience simple harmonic motion in daily life.

## Engineers with Modern Physics. Canada: Nelson Education Ltd.

STAGE INSTRUCTIONAL LEARNING ACTIVITY
ACTIVITY
SET INDUCTION 1. Teacher greets students. 1. Students greet back.
2. Teachers show an apple with 2. Students give attention.
(5 minutes)
string.
3. Students observe what
3. Teacher hold the string with
teacher going to do.
an apple at the end of the

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string and push the apple. 4. Students give opinion.
question.
motion.
6. Students get ideas what
whether the apple moves
they are going to learn
periodically or not.
today.
6. Teacher associate the set
induction with topic to be
learn today.

## DEVELOPMENT 1. Teacher shows PowerPoint. 1. Students pay attention.

2. Teacher explains what 2. Students take note on
(10 minutes)
mean by simple harmonic important point.
motion.
- SHM is motion in which
a body moves back and
forth over a fixed path,
returning to each position
and velocity after a
definite interval of time.
3. Teacher gives examples of
simple harmonic motion
which are
spring
b) Oscillation of a simple
pendulum
c) Vibration of atoms and
molecules
d) Motion of the prongs of
a tuning fork
conditions for SHM to
occur which are:
a) There must be an
elastic restoring force

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acting on the system.
b) The system must have
inertia.
c) The acceleration of the
system should be
directly proportional to
its displacement and is
always directed to
mean position.
Hookes law.
- When a spring is
stretched, there is a
restoring force that is
proportional to the
displacement
F= -kx
6. Teacher shows an example
regarding Hookes Law.
- A load of 50 N attached to
a spring hanging vertically
stretches the spring 5.0 cm.
The spring is now placed
horizontally on a table and
stretched 11.0 cm. What
force is required to stretch
the spring this amount?
7. Teacher explains the
definition of amplitude of
SHM.
- Amplitude defined as the
maximum magnitude of
the displacement from
the equilibrium position.
8. Teacher explains the
definition of period of
SHM.

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- Period is defined as the
time taken for one cycle.
9. Teacher explains the
definition of frequency of
SHM.
- Frequency is defined as
the number of cycles in
one second.
10. Teacher shows an
animation of amplitude,
period and frequency.
11. Teacher show an example
regarding amplitude, period
and frequency.

## 1. Students count from 1 until

21.
from 1 until 21. 2. Students remember their
number.
remember their number.
3. Teacher picks randomly a
3. The students pick
number from a box.
4. The called out the student randomly an instruction.
who has same number and
envelope which contain an instruction.
instruction.
5. Teacher ask the students to question.
6. The selected person need to question given by the
7. Teacher shows the questions. i. Students define
i. Define simple
SHM.
harmonic motion. ii. Students define
ii. Define Hookes
Hookes Law
Law. iii. Students calculate
iii. A force of 100 N
the force constant

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is stretching a iv. Students find
ACTIVITY spring by 0.2 m. amplitude, period
(10 minutes) Calculate the and frequency.
force constant.
iv. According to the
graph, find
amplitude, period
and frequency.

## CONCLUSION 1. Teacher asks students to 1. Students follow

(5 minutes) close all notes and books. teachers instruction.
randomly what they have question.
lesson.
3. Teacher makes a 3. Students pay attention.
conclusion for todays