Dawood Public School Syllabus for 2013 Subject Physics

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Paper 4 Alternative to Practical 1 hour, A written paper of compulsory short answer and structured questions designed to test familiarity with laboratory. practical procedures,Candidates will answer on the question paper. Syllabus Aims and Assessment, The aims of the science curricula are the same for all students These are set out below and describe the. educational purposes of an O Level School Certificate course in Physics They are not listed in order of priority. 1 Provide through well designed studies of experimental and practical science a worthwhile educational. experience for all candidates whether or not they go on to study science beyond this level and in particular to. enable them to acquire sufficient understanding and knowledge. 1 1 to become confident citizens in a technological world able to take or develop an informed interest in matters. of scientific import, 1 2 To recognise the usefulness and limitations of scientific method and to appreciate its applicability in other. disciplines and in everyday life, 1 3 to be suitably prepared for studies beyond Cambridge O Level in pure sciences in applied sciences.
or in science dependent vocational courses,2 Develop abilities and skills that. 2 1 Are relevant to the study and practice of science. 2 2 Are useful in everyday life,2 3 Encourage efficient and safe practice. 2 4 Encourage effective communication,3 Develop attitudes relevant to science such as. 3 1 Concern for accuracy and precision,3 2 Objectivity. 3 3 Integrity,3 4 enquiries,3 5 initiatives,3 6 inventiveness.
4 Stimulate interest in and care for the local and global environment. 5 Promote an awareness that, 5 1 the study and practice of science are co operative and cumulative activities that are subject to social. economic technological ethical and cultural influences and limitations. 5 2 The applications of sciences may be both beneficial and detrimental to the individual the community. and the environment,Assessment objectives, The assessment objectives describe the knowledge skills and abilities that students are expected to demonstrate. at the end of the course They reflect those aspects of the aims that are assessed. AO1 Knowledge with understanding, Students should be able to demonstrate knowledge with understanding in relation to. 1 Scientific phenomena facts laws definitions concepts theories. 2 Scientific vocabulary terminology conventions including symbols quantities and units. 3 Scientific instruments and apparatus including techniques of operation and aspects of safety. 4 Scientific quantities and their determination, 5 Scientific and technological applications with their social economic and environmental implications. The subject content defines the factual knowledge that candidates may be required to recall and explain. Questions testing these objectives will often begin with one of the following words define state describe. explain or outline,AO2 Handling information and solving problems.
Students should be able using visual aural and written including symbolic diagrammatic graphical and. numerical information to, 1 Locate select organize and present information from a variety of sources including everyday experience. 2 Translate information from one form to another,DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL Course Outline for Class X 2. 3 Manipulate numerical and other data, 4 Use information to identify patterns report trends and draw inferences. 5 Present reasoned explanations for phenomena patterns and relationships. 6 Make predictions and hypotheses,7 Solve problems. These assessment objectives cannot readily be fully specified in the syllabus content Questions testing. Skills in physics may be based on information given in the question paper that is unfamiliar to the. students or is based on everyday experience In answering such questions students are required to use principles. and concepts that are within the syllabus and to apply them in a logical manner Questions testing these objectives. will often begin with one of the following words predict suggest calculate or determine. AO3 Experimental skills and investigations,Students should be able to.
1 Follow instructions, 2 Carry out techniques use apparatus handle measuring devices and materials effectively and safely. 3 Make and record observations measurements and estimates with due regard to precision accuracy and units. 4 Interpret evaluate and report upon observations and experimental data. 5 Identify problems plan and carry out investigations including the selection of techniques apparatus measuring. devices and materials, 6 Evaluate methods and suggest possible improvements. Weighting of assessment objectives,Theory papers Papers 1 and 2. AO1 Knowledge with understanding is weighted at approximately 65 of the marks for each paper with. approximately half allocated to recall, AO2 Handling information and solving problems is weighted at approximately 35 of the marks for each. Practical assessment Papers 3 and 4, This is designed to test appropriate skills in assessment objective AO3 and will carry approximately 20 of the.
marks for the qualification,Monthly Syllabus,MONTH CHAPTERS DURATION. AUGUST 2 weeks,Temperature, SEPTEMBER Thermal Properties of Matter Heat 2 weeks. Capacity Melting and Boiling,Transfer of Thermal Energy 2 weeks. OCTOBER Light Reflection and Refraction 2 weeks,Light Converging Lens 2 weeks. NOVEMBER 1 week,Electromagnetic Spectrum,Revision for Mid Term Examination.
MID TERM EXAMINATION,JANUARY 3 weeks,General Wave Properties. Sound 1 week,FEBRUARY 1 weeks,Sound 2 weeks,MARCH Revision for Mock Examination. MOCK EXAMINATION,Syllabus Content,1 Temperature,DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL Course Outline for Class X 3. GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit 8 Pg No 114 128. Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 4 3 Pg No 122 125. 1 1 Measurement of temperature Reference Books,Foundation Fundamental Physics for. Enhancement Cambridge O level by Stephen, Appreciate how a physical Pople Unit 5 02 5 03 Pg No 100.
property that varies with Demonstrate understanding of 103. temperature may be used for sensitivity range and linearity Physics by David Davies. the measurement of temperature Describe the structure of a Physics by Abbott. and state examples of such thermocouple and show,properties understanding of its use for. Recognize the need for and measuring high temperatures and. identify fixed points those that vary rapidly,Describe the structure and action. of liquid in glass,thermometers,2 Thermal Properties of Matter. GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit 10 11 Pg No 141 149 151 170. Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 4 10 4 13 Pg No 144 159. 2 1 Thermal expansion of solids Reference Books,liquids and gases Fundamental Physics for. Foundation Enhancement Cambridge O level by Stephen. Pople Unit 5 04 5 09 5 11 Pg, Describe qualitatively the thermal Show an appreciation of the No 104 105 116 119.
expansion of relative order of magnitude of the Physics by David Davies. solids liquids and gases expansion of solids liquids and Physics by Abbott. Identify and explain some of the gases Physics by Tom Duncan. everyday applications and,consequences of thermal expansion. Describe qualitatively the effect of,a change of temperature on the. volume of a gas at constant,2 2 Thermal capacity,Foundation. Enhancement,Relate a rise in the temperature of, a body to an increase in internal Describe an experiment to. energy measure the specific heat capacity,define the terms heat capacity and of a substance.
specific heat capacity,calculate heat transferred using. the formula thermal energy mass,specific heat capacity change in. emperature,Show an understanding of the,term thermal. Capacity Enhancement,Distinguish between boiling and. evaporation, 2 3 Melting and boiling Use the terms latent heat of.
Foundation vaporization and latent heat of,fusion and give a molecular. Describe melting and boiling in interpretation of latent heat. terms of energy Describe an experiment to, input without a change in measure specific latent heats for. temperature steam and for ice,State the meaning of melting. point and boiling point,Describe condensation and,solidification. 3 Transfer of Thermal Energy, GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit 12 Pg No 172 188.
Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 4 8 4 9 5 12 Pg No 140 143 208 209. 3 1 Conduction Reference Books,DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL Course Outline for Class X 4. Foundation Enhancement Fundamental Physics for,Cambridge O level by Stephen. Describe experiments to Give a simple molecular account Pople Unit 5 06 5 08 Pg No 108. demonstrate the properties of good of heat transfer in solids 113. and bad conductors of heat Physics by David Davies. Physics by Abbott,3 2 Convection Physics by Tom Duncan. Foundation,Relate convection in fluids to,density changes and. describe experiments to illustrate,convection,3 3 Radiation Enhancement.
Foundation,Describe experiments to show the, Identify infra red radiation as part properties of good and bad emitters. of the and good and bad absorbers of,electromagnetic spectrum infra red. 3 4 Consequences of energy,transfer Enhancement,Foundation. Describe how heat is transferred to, Identify and explain some of the or from buildings and to or from a. everyday applications and room,consequences of conduction.
convection and radiation,State and explain the use of the. important practical methods of,thermal insulation for buildings. GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit 14 15 Pg No 206 226 228 238. Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 5 1 5 7 Pg No 166 190. 4 1 Reflection of light Reference Books,Foundation Enhancement Fundamental Physics for. Cambridge O level by Stephen, Define the terms used in reflection Perform simple constructions Pople Unit 7 01 7 10 Pg No 139. including normal angle of incidence measurements and calculations 159. and angle of reflection Experiment to verify Reflection of Physics by David Davies. Describe an experiment to light Physics by Tom Duncan. illustrate the law of reflection Long man GCSE Physics by Brian. Describe the formation of an Rnold and Steve Woolley. optical image by a plane mirror and The World Of Physics by John. give its characteristics Avison,Use the law angle of incidence.
angle of reflection,4 2 Refraction of light,Foundation Enhancement. Describe an experimental Recall and use the definition of. demonstration of the refraction of refractive index n in terms of speed. light Recall and use the equation,Use the terminology for the angle sin i sin r n. of incidence i and angle of refraction Describe the action of optical. r and describe the passage of light fibres particularly in medicine and. through parallel sided transparent communications technology. Give the meaning of critical angle Experiment to find the refractive. Describe internal and total index,internal reflection. 4 3Thin converging and diverging,Foundation,Describe the action of a thin. DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL Course Outline for Class X 5,converging lens on a.
beam of light Enhancement,Use the terms principal focus and. focal length Draw ray diagrams to illustrate the, Draw ray diagrams to illustrate the formation of a virtual image by a. formation of a single lens, real image by a single lens Use and describe the use of a. Describe the use of a single lens as single lens as a magnifying glass. a magnifying glass and in a camera, projector and photographic enlarger Experiment to find focal length of. and draw ray diagrams to show how the lens,each forms an image.
Draw ray diagrams to show the,formation of images in the normal. eye a short sighted eye and a long,sighted eye,Describe the correction of short. sight and long sight,5 Electromagnetic Spectrum, GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit13 Pg No 199 201. Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 5 8 5 10 5 11 Pg No 191 194 200 209. 5 1 Dispersion of light Reference Books,Foundation Fundamental Physics for. Cambridge O level by Stephen, Give a qualitative account of the Pople Unit 7 11 7 13 Pg No 160.
dispersion of light as 164, shown by the action on light of a Physics by David Davies. glass prism Physics by Abbott,5 2 Electromagnetic spectrum Enhancement. Foundation,State the approximate value of the,Describe the main features of the speed. electromagnetic of electromagnetic waves, spectrum and state that all e m Use the term monochromatic. waves travel with,the same high speed in vacuo,Describe the role of.
electromagnetic waves in,radio and television,communications radio. satellite television and telephones,microwaves,electrical appliances remote. controllers for televisions and,intruder alarms infrared. medicine and security X rays,Light optical fibres in medical. uses and telephone,Ultra violet sunbeds fluorescent.
tubes and sterilization,X rays hospital use in medical. imaging and killing cancerous cells,and engineering applications such. as detecting cracks in metal,Gamma rays medical treatment. in killing cancerous cells and,engineering applications such as. Physics by Abbott Physics by Tom Duncan 3 Transfer of Thermal Energy GCE O Level Physics by Charles Chew Unit 12 Pg No 172 188 Explaining Physics by Stephen Pople Unit 4 8 4 9 5 12 Pg No 140 143 208 209 3 1 Conduction Reference Books DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL Course Outline for Class X 2013 14 5 Foundation Describe experiments to demonstrate the properties of good and

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