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# Name Matrix number Subject Class Date Time No.

## of student Learning area Learning objective

: Suardi Bin Nanang : D20091035131 : Science : Form 5 Berlian : 15 May 2012 : 9.00 am 9.45 am (40 minutes) : 30 students : Electronics And Information and Communication Technology (Ict) : Understanding radio waves

LEARNING OUTCOMES A:

## Master content knowledge (cognitive) 1) Explain the characteristics of wave

B:

Master Scientific Skills/TSTS 1) Give the relationship between velocity, wavelength, and frequency 2) Calculate the velocity of wave by using: V = f X

C:

Demonstrate Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values 1) Be actively participate in carrying out role play activity based on agreed upon procedures as a team 2) Appreciate the value of time by carrying out activities to explore the application of work 3) Able to make correlation between the importance of work in our daily life

Scientific concept: Wave is always associated with vibration Vibration produce energy The amplitude A, of a wave is the maximum displacement of a particle from its undisturbed position The wavelength , is a distance between any point and the next identical point, for example between two consecutive crest or between two consecutive troughs Frequency f, is the number of waves generated per second. The relationship between velocity, wavelength, and frequency is represented by the following formula: V=f X Velocity is measured in unit ms-1

Materials, equipments and resource materials: a. Power point slides b. Whiteboard c. Marker Pen d. Note sheet and worksheet e. Wires f. Oscilloscope g. Signal generator

Phase

Content

Notes

## Introduction /Eliciting Ideas (5 minutes)

Information carried out by wave Make connection students knowledge to prior on Students respond teachers questions to

## the concept of wave in our

daily life The wave associated with (25 minutes) vibration Vibration produces energy The amplitude in

Empower

displacement of

## Show relationship between velocity,

the

position The wavelength , is a distance between point next point, example between two and any the

wavelength and frequency. Teachers demonstrate the use of oscilloscope and observe the characteristics of waves i.e. amplitude, frequency, wavelength and wave velocity.

identical for

consecutive crest or between two consecutive troughs. Frequency f, is the number of waves generated per second.

Speed

of

the

wave: V = f

Teacher out

hand several

## several students to present their answer in front of the class.

following

formula: V=f X Frequency f, is the number of waves generated per second. The amplitude

position

conclude

by

Strategy/

Techniques:

several

## Moral of today lesson

position The wavelength , is a distance between point next point, example between two and any the

## Assigns homework exercise

identical for

consecutive crest or between two consecutive troughs. Frequency f, is the number of waves generated per second. Speed of the

wave: V = f

HANDOUT
CHAPTER 8: ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) CHARACTERISTICS OF WAVE Wave always associate with . Vibration produce Amplitude, A Wavelength, Frequency, f

## Speed of wave equation. OSCILLOSCOPE Function Y-gain control Time-base control

EXERCISES Name: 1. An organ produces a C note of 512 Hz. What is the wavelength of the sound wave produced? (speed of sound in air = 330ms-1)

(2 marks) 2. Given that distance between two consecutive troughs = 1.2cm, calculate the frequency of the wave? Time base = 2ms cm-1 Time for one cycle = T

1.2cm

(2 marks) 3. Given that trace height (crest-trough) = 30mm, calculate the peak voltage of the wave? Amplitude of trace = 15 mm Y-input gain = 1.5 V cm-1

15mm

(2 marks)