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Subject: Physics

Class: Form 4 Science

Date: 1st June 2009

Time: 11.35 am – 12.05 pm (30 minutes)

No. of students: 34 students

Learning Area : Forces and pressure

Learning Objective: Applying Archimedes Principle

a. Explain buoyant force of an object when it’s wholly or partially

immersed in the fluid.

b. Relate buoyant force to the weight of the fluid displaced.

c. State Archimedes Principle.

a. Design and carry out an activity to investigate the relationship

between the weight of water displaced and the buoyant force.

a. Actively participate in carrying out the activity as a team.

b. Be honest and accurate in recording data.

Scientific Concepts:

Buoyant Force,

a. An upward force resulting from an object being wholly or partially immersed in a fluid.

Archimedes Principle,

a. An object that is totally or partially submerged in a fluid experiences a buoyant force

equal to the weight of fluid displaced.

Beaker 8 units

Eureka Can 2 units

Spring balance 1 unit

Plasticine

String

Water

Ping Pong ball 7 units

Notes on PowerPoint slides

None

Prior Knowledge:

Students have already learned the operational definition of pressure, P = F/A, and

understanding pressure in liquids, P = hρg.

Phase Content Teaching and Learning Activities Notes

Teacher Activities Student Activities

Introduction/ Definition of Make connection to Students respond

Eliciting Ideas pressure, P = F/A. students’ prior knowledge to teacher’s Strategy/Technique:

(5 minutes) Behavior of an on pressure in liquids by questions. Whole class Q&A

object when it’s asking questions.

immersed in the Elicit students’ ideas

liquid in terms of about the force acting on

pressure and force. the ping pong ball when it

immerse in the water.

Structuring/ Buoyant Force: Strategy/Technique:

Restructuring a. An upward Show beakers which Students make Demonstration by

of Ideas force resulting filled with water and observation and teacher

(15 minutes) from an object immerse the ping pang inference

being wholly or ball.

partially

immersed in a Ask one central guiding

fluid. question:

What is buoyant force?

Principle: which filled with water observation and Demonstration/

a. An object that and suspends the inference activity by students

is totally or plasticine ball in the and guide by

partially water. Let the water teacher

immersed in a displaces into a beaker.

fluid

experiences a Ask one central guiding

question:

Students make

buoyant force

equal to the

hypotheses,

weight of fluid What is the relationship give

displaced. between the buoyant suggestions on

force acting to the object the design of an

b. with the weight of fluid activity and

c. displaces? state all the

d. variables

Ask students for their involved.

hypotheses, the design of

an activity to investigate

Then students

the relationship, and the

variables involved.

carry out the

activity to

Debriefing answer the

central guiding

questions.

Students make

conclusion

Application of 1. Applications of Ask student to do a Student search Strategy/

Ideas Archimedes research and report on the for the answer Techniques Group

(6 minutes) Principle on application of trough the text discussion followed

submarines. Archimedes Principle. books and by group

2. Application of internet. presentation

Archimedes Selected group

Principle on hot will present their

balloons. reports.

Closure a. An upward stating the main ideas and conclude the Techniques:

(4 minutes) force resulting relating to students initial lesson by Whole class Q&A

from an object ideas verbally stating

being wholly or Show summary of main the main ideas Resources: PP

partially ideas on slides and relating to slides

immersed in a Give reading assignment their initial ideas

fluid. on Bernoulli’s Principle

for next lesson

Archimedes

Principle:

b. An object that

is totally or

partially

immersed in a

fluid

experiences a

buoyant force

equal to the

weight of fluid

displaced.

e.

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