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1 SUBJECT & PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT STANDARDS FOR PHYSICS TEACHERS (GRADES 9-10) JULY 2014

2 2 P a g e 1) Standard 1: Content Knowledge for Grade 9-10 Physics Teacher Understands Models and Scales G9-10PS1.E1.1) Represent vectors analytically and graphically. G9-10PS1.E1.2) List some properties of vectors. G9-10PS1.E1.3) Find the sum and difference of two vectors in the same direction, in opposite directions and perpendicular to each other. G9-10PS1.E1.4) Resolve a vectors into its rectangular components. G9-10PS1.E1.5) Find the magnitude and direction of the resultants of several vectors using the component method. G9-10PS1.E1.6) Solve problems related to vectors. G9-10PS1.E1.7) Plot st graph from distance and time data provided in a table. G9-10PS1.E1.8) Plot vt graph from velocity and time data provided in a table. G9-10PS1.E1.9) Interpret st, vt and at graphs. G9-10PS1.E1.10) Solve problems related to motion from graphs. G9-10PS1.E1.11) Describe with the aid of diagrams, installation of household circuit G9-10PS1.E1.12) Describe semiconductors in terms of charge carrier and resistance G9-10PS1.E1.13) Describe how semiconductors can be used in half wave rectification G9-10PS1.E1.14) Describe the behavior of semiconductor devices such as thermistor, LDR, LED, photo diode,zenar diode, transistor G9-10PS1.E1.15) Explain why a pool looks shallower than it is G9-10PS1.E1.16) Explain how total internal reflection occurs and describe its uses. G9-10PS1.E1.17) Define the terms angle of deviations and refracting angle of a prism and trace the ray through a prism G9-10PS1.E1.18) Describe the nature of image formed by thin lenses using a ray diagram G9-10PS1.E1.19) Use thin lens formula to determine the nature and position of image formed G9-10PS1.E1.20) Apply the definition of magnification and power of a lens to determine magnification and power of a lens G9-10PS1.E1.21) Draw a ray diagram showing how images are formed by a combination of lenses in a simple microscope and simple telescope G9-10PS1.E1.22) Describe how an image is formed in human eye and identify the types of lenses used for correction of eye defects. G9-10PS1.E1.23) Describe how dispersion of light occurs in a prism with the aid of a diagram G9-10PS1.E1.24) Explain how colours can be mixed and objects obtain their colours

3 3 P a g e Conservation Principles Force and Newton s Laws G9-10PS1.E2.1) Describe the law of conservation of mechanical energy and apply it in the solution of problems. G9-10PS1.E2.2) Explain the energy changes that takes place in an oscillating pendulum and spring mass system. G9-10PS1.E2.3) Identify collision as elastic and inelastic collisions. G9-10PS1.E2.4) Mention momentum and kinetic energy are conserved during elastic collisions. G9-10PS1.E2.5) Define mechanical power and use the definition to calculate the power of a mechanical system. G9-10PS1.E2.6) Explain about the wise use of energy. G9-10PS1.E2.7) State the law of conservation of charge and law of electrostatics G9-10PS1.E2.8) Describe the charging processes and charge distribution on a conductor of different Shapes G9-10PS1.E3.1) Use equations of uniformly accelerated motion to solve problems. G9-10PS1.E3.2) Identify s, v and a as a vector in equations of uniformly accelerated motion. G9-10PS1.E3.3) Identify that free fall is a uniformly accelerated motion. G9-10PS1.E3.4) Mention the variation of acceleration due to gravity on the Earth s surface. G9-10PS1.E3.5) Determine the relative velocity of body w.r.t another moving in a straight line. G9-10PS1.E3.6) Identify forces in nature. G9-10PS1.E3.7) State Newtons first law and explain the relation between mass and inertia. G9-10PS1.E3.8) Associate Newtons first law to their daily life activities. G9-10PS1.E3.9) Define momentum as the product of mass and velocity. G9-10PS1.E3.10) State Newtons second law in terms of the change in momentum. G9-10PS1.E3.11) Solve common problems involving net force, mass and linear acceleration. G9-10PS1.E3.12) Identify units appropriate for measuring force. G9-10PS1.E3.13) Describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body G9-10PS1.E3.14) Determine the relationship between net force, mass, and acceleration. G9-10PS1.E3.15) Define impulse and describe the relation between impulse and linear momentum. G9-10PS1.E3.16) Distinguish between mass and weight. G9-10PS1.E3.17) Explain the state of weightlessness. G9-10PS1.E3.18) Resolve a force in to its rectangular components. G9-10PS1.E3.19) Define concurrent and collinear forces. G9-10PS1.E3.20) Find the magnitude and direction of resultant force of several forces acting on a body. G9-10PS1.E3.21) Solve common problems involving bodies suspended by strings attached to a ceiling. G9-10PS1.E3.22) Describe the effects of friction on motion. G9-10PS1.E3.23) Explain the differences between limiting, static and sliding friction. G9-10PS1.E3.24) Determine the relationship between friction, coefficient of friction and normal force. G9-10PS1.E3.25) State Hooks law.

4 4 P a g e G9-10PS1.E3.26) Identify momentum as conserved quantity other than energy. G9-10PS1.E3.27) State Newtons Third law and give examples where it is applied. G9-10PS1.E3.28) Use the first condition of equilibrium to solve problems. G9-10PS1.E3.29) Draw a free body diagram indicating all the force acting on a body. G9-10PS1.E3.30) Identify that the term fluid refers to both liquids and gases. G9-10PS1.E3.31) Define the terms: pressure, density, relative density. G9-10PS1.E3.32) Solve common problems involving pressure, force and area. G9-10PS1.E3.33) Identify that pressure due to a liquid at rest depends on depth. G9-10PS1.E3.34) Demonstrate the relationship between pressure, force and area. G9-10PS1.E3.35) Calculate the pressure due to a liquid at rest at any depth. G9-10PS1.E3.36) Explain Pascal s principle and its application. G9-10PS1.E3.37) Explain Archimed s principle and its application. G9-10PS1.E3.38) Identify the forces acting on a body that is immersed or floating in a fluid. G9-10PS1.E3.39) Demonstrate the understanding of buoyant force and the relationship between weight of fluid displaced and mass of floating body. G9-10PS1.E3.40) Define the terms: surface tension, cohesion, adhesion. G9-10PS1.E3.41) Describe devices used to measure pressure and pressure difference. G9-10PS1.E3.42) Describe the relationship between gauge, absolute and atmospheric pressure. G9-10PS1.E3.43) Describe motion in two dimension (projectile and rotary motions) G9-10PS1.E3.44) Describe the difference among the terms vertical, horizontal and inclined projection G9-10PS1.E3.45) Identify that projectile motion consists of two independent motions G9-10PS1.E3.46) Solve problems related to projectile motion G9-10PS1.E3.47) Define uniform circular motion, tangential velocity, centripetal acceleration, centripetal force and centrifugal force G9-10PS1.E3.48) Define angular displacement, angular velocity and angular acceleration G9-10PS1.E3.49) Describe the relationship between angular quantities and linear quantities G9-10PS1.E3.50) Solve problems related to uniform/ accelerated circular motion G9-10PS1.E3.51) Define moment of inertia, torque, angular momentum and centre of gravity G9-10PS1.E3.52) State conservation of angular momentum and condition of equilibrium G9-10PS1.E3.53) Describe rotational kinetic energy in terms of moment of inertia and torque in terms of angular acceleration and moment of inertia G9-10PS1.E3.54) State laws of universal gravitation and Keplers Laws of planetary motion. G9-10PS1.E3.55) Describe the variation of acceleration due to gravity with altitude G9-10PS1.E3.56) Solve problems related to moment of inertia of a system of particles. G9-10PS1.E3.57) Solve problems related to rotational kinetic energy, torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, conditions of equilibrium and center of gravity G9-10PS1.E3.58) Distinguish between orbital velocity and escape velocity G9-10PS1.E3.59) Describe about geostationary satellite and explain their uses G9-10PS1.E3.60) Apply the law of universal gravitation to solve common problems

5 5 P a g e Energy Transfer and Storage G9-10PS1.E4.1) Describe the purpose of machines. G9-10PS1.E4.2) List the simple machines and explain their uses. G9-10PS1.E4.3) Determine the relationship between MA, VR and efficiency of a machine. G9-10PS1.E4.4) Calculate the MA, VR and efficiency of simple machines. G9-10PS1.E4.5) Categorise simple machines as force multiplier or speed multiplier or direction changer. G9-10PS1.E4.6) Explain the role of simple machines in technology. G9-10PS1.E4.7) Compare heat and temperature. G9-10PS1.E4.8) Explain about thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases. G9-10PS1.E4.9) Identify units used to measure energy in thermal systems. G9-10PS1.E4.10) Solve problems involving linear, areal and volume expansion. G9-10PS1.E4.11) Solve problems related to expansion of liquids. G9-10PS1.E4.12) Define the terms specific heat capacity, heat capacity and latent heat. G9-10PS1.E4.13) State the law of heat exchange. G9-10PS1.E4.14) Solve problems involving heat exchange. G9-10PS1.E4.15) Define the terms wave pulse, train of waves. G9-10PS1.E4.16) Differentiate between mechanical and electromagnetic waves and give examples. G9-10PS1.E4.17) Identify waves as transverse and longitudinal and give examples of each. G9-10PS1.E4.18) Define the terms used to describe waves; crest, trough, wavelength and amplitude. G9-10PS1.E4.19) Use wave speed formula to solve problems related to wave motion. G9-10PS1.E4.20) Describe the reflection, refraction, diffraction and interference of waves. G9-10PS1.E4.21) Describe the production and propagation of sound. G9-10PS1.E4.22) Compare the speeds of sound in different media. G9-10PS1.E4.23) Determine the speed of sound in air at any give temperature. G9-10PS1.E4.24) Explain reflection, refraction diffraction and interference of sound. G9-10PS1.E4.25) List some applications of reflections of sound. G9-10PS1.E4.26) Define the terms used to describe the characteristics of sound. G9-10PS1.E4.27) Identify lightening as an electrostatic phenomenon and explain the role of a lightening-rod G9-10PS1.E4.28) Define the terms electric current, resistivity, conductivity and resistance G9-10PS1.E4.29) Describe flow current in a metallic conductor as conventional and electron current G9-10PS1.E4.30) State Ohm s law and use the law to calculate resistance, current and voltage G9-10PS1.E4.31) Solve problems related to electric current, receptivity, conductivity G9-10PS1.E4.32) Draw electrical circuits with resistors in parallel and series in different position of switches G9-10PS1.E4.33) Calculate equivalent resistance, current through each resistance, current through the entire circuit and voltage drop across each resistor in any connection G9-10PS1.E4.34) Mention the merit of galvanometer, an ammeter and voltmeter and describe the connection of ammeter and voltmeter in an electric circuit

6 6 P a g e G9-10PS1.E4.35) Define the terminal p.d., e.m.f., and internal resistance of a cell and show their relationship G9-10PS1.E4.36) Identify series and parallel connection of cells and compute the total e.m.f. of cells G9-10PS1.E4.37) Express electrical energy using in terms of current, voltage and resistance G9-10PS1.E4.38) Calculate electrical energy consumed, power dissipated and cost of electrical energy G9-10PS1.E4.39) Define the term electronics G9-10PS1.E4.40) State what is meant by harmonic emission G9-10PS1.E4.41) Describe the function of CRT and its use G9-10PS1.E4.42) Describe the circumstances in which electromagnetic waves are produced and the nature of electromagnetic waves G9-10PS1.E4.43) Identify all electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed in a vacuum G9-10PS1.E4.44) Identify that EM waves emitted by the Sun has a very wide continuous range of frequencies and therefore continuous range of wavelength G9-10PS1.E4.45) List the components of EM spectrum and describe their uses G9-10PS1.E4.46) State the laws of reflection and sketch the image formation by a plane and curved mirrors G9-10PS1.E4.47) List the nature of the image formed by a plane mirror convex mirror and identify that the nature of the image by concave mirror depend on the position of the object G9-10PS1.E4.48) Use the mirror equation to determine the nature and position of the image formed G9-10PS1.E4.49) Describe the conditions in which refraction takes place and draw a diagram representing the passage of light rays through a rectangular block G9-10PS1.E4.50) State the laws of refraction G9-10PS1.E4.51) Express Snells law in terms of the ration of refractive indices, wavelengths and speeds G9-10PS1.E4.52) Apply the law of refraction to determine the refractive index of a medium.

7 7 P a g e Force, Energy and Fields G9-10PS1.E5.1) Define the term work (Work done). G9-10PS1.E5.2) Define energy and its general classification as potential and kinetic. G9-10PS1.E5.3) Describe the relationship between work and energy. G9-10PS1.E5.4) Describe the relationship between force, displacement and the angle. G9-10PS1.E5.5) Solve related problems involving work, force and displacement. G9-10PS1.E5.6) Calculate the gravitational potential energy of a body in gravitational field. G9-10PS1.E5.7) Calculate the kinetic energy of a moving body. G9-10PS1.E5.8) Describe about the electrostatic danger in aircraft and some applications G9-10PS1.E5.9) State Coulombs law G9-10PS1.E5.10) Define electric field, electric field strength, electric field lines, test charge G9-10PS1.E5.11) Determine the magnitude and direction of force between two point charges G9-10PS1.E5.12) Identify electric field inside a conductor is zero G9-10PS1.E5.13) Define electric potential and distinguish between absolute potential and potential difference G9-10PS1.E5.14) Determine the electric potential at a given point due to a point charge and system of charges G9-10PS1.E5.15) Describe about equipotential lines and surfaces G9-10PS1.E5.16) Calculate the electric potential energy between two charges G9-10PS1.E5.17) Define capacitor, capacitance, parallel plate capacitor and dielectric G9-10PS1.E5.18) Calculate the effective capacitance of capacitors in series, parallel and in series parallel combinations G9-10PS1.E5.19) Determine the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with and without a dielectric and the energy stored G9-10PS1.E5.20) List some applications of capacitors G9-10PS1.E5.21) Define the magnetic field and identify that the magnetic field lines around straight current-carrying wires are concentric circles G9-10PS1.E5.22) Determine the direction of magnetic field lines around straight current loop, solenoid G9-10PS1.E5.23) Calculate the magnetic field strength at a point due to straight current carrying wire current loop and inside a solenoid G9-10PS1.E5.24) Identify that a moving charge in a magnetic field current carrying conductor experiences a magnetic force G9-10PS1.E5.25) Describe how moving charges are deflected by uniform magnetic field G9-10PS1.E5.26) Solve problems on motion of charged particles in a magnetic field and current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field G9-10PS1.E5.27) Determine the magnitude and direction of a force between two parallel current carrying wires separated by a distance d G9-10PS1.E5.28) Show with the aid of diagram the direction of the forces acting on each sides of a rectangular current-carrying wire placed in a magnetic field G9-10PS1.E5.29) Determine the magnitude and direction of the torque acting on a current loop in a magnetic field G9-10PS1.E5.30) Describe how a moving coil galvanometer operates G9-10PS1.E5.31) Describe the working principle of a DC motor. G9-10PS1.E5.32) Define the terms: magnetic flux

8 8 P a g e G9-10PS1.E5.33) State Faradays Law of induction and Lenzs Law G9-10PS1.E5.34) Determine the magnitude and direction of induced e.m.f. or current using Faradays law of induction and Lenz s law respectively G9-10PS1.E5.35) Define the terms: electromagnetic induction, inductance, self and mutual inductance G9-10PS1.E5.36) Explain the working principle of an AC and DC generator G9-10PS1.E5.37) Explain the principle of operation of transformer G9-10PS1.E5.38) Solve problems involving inductance and transformer. Use Information and Communicat ion Technology (ICT) G9-10PS1.E6.1) Demonstrate the ability to select and organize digital content in relation to relevant curriculum. G9-10PS1.E6.2) Demonstrate the ability to use digital resources and tools when devising learning sequences and lesson plans designed to meet curriculum, assessment and reporting requirements 2) Pedagogy Knowledge for Grades 9-10 Physics Teachers Curriculum Planning Instruction G9-10PS2.E1.1) Apply Learning theory to accommodate differences in student intelligence, perception, cognitive style and achievement levels. G9-10PS2.E1.2) Assist students individually or as a member of a group to access, evaluate, synthesize and use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose; G9-10PS2.E1.3) Create a learning community in which individual differences are respected; G9-10PS2.E1.4) Learn about the diverse students they teach, and the students families and communities; G9-10PS2.E1.5) Use strategies to support the learning of students whose first language is not the medium of instruction; and G9-10PS2.E2.1) plan daily, weekly and lessons G9-10PS2.E2.2) plan activities well ahead of time G9-10PS2.E3.1) Communicate clearly in the medium of instruction, using precise language and appropriate oral and written expressions.

9 9 P a g e Use Curriculum Assessment and Reporting G9-10PS2.E4.1) Establishes a process for reviewing a second cycle secondary school level physics curriculum materials, give recommendations on modifications or enhancements of secondary school level physics curriculum. G9-10PS2.E4.2) Participates in the preparation of plans to evaluate the effectiveness of secondary school level physics curriculum policy or other programs using a variety of information sources G9-10PS2.E4.3) Recommends modifications or enhancements to secondary school level physics curriculum implementation and/or revision based on the findings of evaluation processes. G9-10PS2.E4.4) Encourages colleagues to provide feedback on the effectiveness of the secondary school level physics curriculum implementation.

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