EDUCATION UNIT SEKOLAH SUBJECTS CLASS/SEMESTER TOPIC SUB TOPIC ALLOCATION OF TIME
LESSON PLAN
: SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
: ISLAMIC VILLAGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL : PHYSICS : X / 2 : FLUID STATIC : ARCHIMEDES LAW
: 1 x
3 JP
A. Core Competence CC 1
: Living and Practice the teachings of their religion.
CC 2 : Develop behavior (honest, discipline, responsibility, caring, polite, mutual aid, cooperation, peaceloving, responsive and proactive) and demonstrate behaviors as part of a solution to the various problems of the nation in interacting effectively with the social environment and nature as well as in placing itself as a reflection of the nation in the association world.
CC 3 : Understand and apply the knowledge factual, conceptual, procedural in science, technology, art, culture, and humanities with the insight of humanity, national, state, and civilizationrelated phenomena and events, as well as applying procedural knowledge in the field of study that is specific to talents and interests to solve the problem.
CC 4
: Processing, reasoning, and presenting in the realm of the concrete and the abstract realm associated with development of the learned in school independently, and able to use the method according to the rules of science.
B. Basic Competence & Indicators
1.1 Recognizing the greatness of God who created and governs the universe through
observations of natural phenomena and physical measurements.
2.1 Show behavior of science (curiosity; objective; honest; careful; meticulous; diligent; careful; be responsible; open; critical; creative; innovative and caring
environment) in their daily activities as a form of implementation of the attitude in the trials, report and discuss.
3.1 Applying the laws on fluid static in daily life day. Indicators :
1. Explain the concept of the Archimedes Law.
2. Write down the equation of the Archimedes Law.
3. Solving the problems of physics relating to the concept of the Archimedes Law.
C. Learning Objectives After procces search information, asking, and discussion students are able to :
1. Explain the concept of Archimedes Law
2. Write the equations of Archimedes Law
3. Solve the problems of physics relating to the concept of the Archimedes Law
D. Learning Materials
 Fact 1. A stone will drown in the water, but the wood will stay float/not drown into the
water. 2. Ships are very large and heavy but it can float on the water surface althought
its size is much larger than the stone.
 Concept an object that is partially or completely dipped into the liquid will experience an upward force equal to the weight of liquid removal. The magnitude of the upward force (F _{a} ) is the excess weight of the object when in the air (W _{u} ) with liquid inside (W _{c} ). The upward force (F _{a} ) with liquid inside (W _{c} ). The upward force who we called archimedes force often referred to as the buoyant force. an object is said to be floating if the mass of the object is smaller than the density of the liquid (ρ object < ρ fluid). And said drown if the mass of the object is greater than the density of the liquid (ρ object > ρ fluid). However, if the mass of the object is equal to the density of the liquid (ρ object = ρ fluid), the object is said to drift.
 Principle
Mathematically the law of Archimedes can be expressed as the following :
Information:
.................(1)
F _{a} = Bouyant Force / Archimedes Force / Upward Force ( N )
Density of the fluid ( kg m ^{3} )
g = Gravity ( m/s ^{2} )
V= Volume the object ( m ^{3} )
E. Learning Methods
1. Model
: Direct Instruction
2. Methods : Lecture, Disscusion and Exercises.
F. Media, Tools and Learning Resources
: 


: 
 White Board
 Markers
 White board eraser
 Infocus
 Laptop
 Power point
.
3. Learning Resources :
 Tipler, Paul A, Gene Mosca. 2008. Physics for Scientists and Engineers Sixth Edition. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company
G. Learning Activities
Activity 
Time 

Orientation 
15 Minutes 



pray together 







Objectives 



Learning objectives teacher do : 


Apperception : 
The teacher ask : 

 
What 
do 
you think about 

when you heard 

“Archimedes Law” ? 



Teacher show some pictures of 

phenomena in everyday life and ask some questions: 

 
Why the 
stone sink 
in 
dip 

into 
the 
water while 
the 

wood 
did not 
sink 

(floating)? 

 
Why 
the 
very large 
and 

heavy ship can float on the 

surface of the water? 

Core Activity 
90 Minutes 



 
Teacher explain the history 

and explanation of Archimedes Law 

 
Teacher 
explain 
the 

equation 
of Archimedes 

Law 

 
Teacher 
disscusion 
with 

students about Archimedes Law phenomenon who 

relate to daily life day 

 
Teacher explain 
some 

phenomena 
about 

Archimedes Law who 

related in daily life day 



 
Teacher ask one student to 

solve 
the 
question 
about 

Archimedes 
Law and 
the 

others 
pay attention 

together 


 Teachers 
reinforce 
the 

practice 
of 
what 
students 

have done on the board. 

Teachers divide the students into some groups which 4 people each for group discussions, teachers give the worksheet about Archimedes law related to daily life. 

Closing 



the results of group discussions. 



and answer, teacher guide students to make inferences. 

give 
the 
task 
of 

Archimedes Law for homework 


15 Minutes 

students 

Teacher that 
the class in 



Teacher 

greeting 
H. Assessment of Learning Outcomes
1) 
Type / Assessment Technique : 
Quiz 
2) 
Form Instruments dan Instruments 
: Essay 
1) Student Sheet Appraisal Format
Max 

No. 
Question 
Answer 
Score 
1. 
An object is immersed in water

Information : 
25 
whose mass is 1000 Kg / m ^{3} . Volume of dyed objects 1.5 m ^{3} . If the weight of the object is 
3
1.5
M
= 9.8 N/Kg V = 1000 Kg/M ^{3} 

500N, what is the upward force the object has? 
Asked: 
2)
Affective Assessment Format
Name : ............................. ............................. .............................
............................. Class : .............................
Archimedes’ Principle states that the upward buoyant force which acts on an object is equal to the weight of the fluid which it displaces. Use this principle and your knowledge of physics to solve the following problems.
Other useful information:
r _{w}_{a}_{t}_{e}_{r} = 1.0 g/cm ^{3} 
r _{e}_{t}_{h}_{a}_{n}_{o}_{l} =0.76 g/cm ^{3} 
r _{m}_{e}_{r}_{c}_{u}_{r}_{y} =13.6 g/cm ^{3} 
r _{a}_{i}_{r} = 1.20 kg/m ^{3} 
r _{H}_{e} =0.18 kg/m ^{3} 

Volume of a block: V=lwh Volume of a sphere: V=(4/3)p r ^{3} 
Density: r =m/V Weight: F _{g} =mg 

Net force: _{S} F = ma 
Question:
1. If a block of aluminum measures 4.0 cm x 5.0 cm x 2.0 cm is completely submerged in a tank of water, what volume of water does it displace?
2. The mass of the aluminum block is 108 g. Determine its density.
3. If you release the metal block, will it sink, or will it float to the surface? Explain your reasoning.
4. If the block was submerged in ethyl alcohol instead, would the tension in the string be bigger or smaller? Explain your answer.
5. Imagine a person with a mass of 85 kg (188 lbs). If their density is 940 kg/m ^{3} (slightly less than the density of water), what is their volume in cubic meters?