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Subject : Physics

Topic : Forces and Pressure

Subtopic : Archimedes’ Principle

Form : 4 Science

Date : 6th September 2007

Time : 9.00 am – 9.30 am

Duration : 30 minutes

Number of students : 28 students

Learning outcome : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

i. Explain buoyant force.

ii. Relate buoyant force to the weight of the liquid displaced.

iii. State Archimedes’ principle.

iv. Describe applications of Archimedes’ principle.

v. Solve problem involving Archimedes’ principle.

Prior knowledge : In form 1, students already learned the concept of density and

they can explain why some objects and liquids float.

Learning material : Microsoft Power Point, eggs, beakers, water, salt, eureka can,

object with mass, whiteboard, marker pen.

Attitudes and values :Thinking rationally, being confident and independent,

hardworking, and thinking skills and high self-esteem.

Scientific skills : Observing, defining operationally, measuring and using numbers,

inferring, relating and communicating.

Procedure/Time Content Activity of student and teacher Material and Method

Elicitation of Introduction to the buoyant force • Teacher greets the students and seeks Method

ideas for students’ readiness to learn. • Demonstration

( 5 minutes ) • Teacher state the objective of the lesson •Questioning and

to the students. answering

• Teacher shows to the students an egg Material

and a glass of salt water. Then teacher asks • Power point

what would be happen if the egg is • An egg

submerged into the water. • Beaker full with

• Students give the answer. Teacher asks salt water

why they answer like that.

• Teacher shows the demonstration. The

egg will float in the salt water.

• Teacher asks students why the egg

floats in the water.

• Students might be answer because of the

upward forces act on the egg.

• Teacher will explain that the upward

force is called buoyant force.

• During the demonstration, a little bit of

salt water will flow out from the glass

where the glass is full with salt water.

Teachers will explain that the water flow

out from the glass is called displaced water.

Step 2 • Do a simple experiment to • Teacher asks how can we determine the Methods

Restructuring make relationship between magnitude of buoyant force. • Explanation

of ideas buoyant force and the weight • Students might be give several answers. • Questioning and

( 15 minutes ) of water displaced and to • Teacher proceeds with own experiment. answering

prove the Archimedes’ • Teacher and students do the experiment • Experiment

principle. together. •

• From the experiment, the result should

be shows that the water displaced is

equal to the buoyant forces. Materials

• Teacher asks students to conclude from • Eureka can

the result they get. • Water

• Beaker

• Plastisin

• Marker pen

• Whiteboard

Step 3 • Make the exercises. • Teacher gives questions for students. Method

Application of • Asks the volunteer to write down their • Answering

ideas answer at the whiteboard. question.

( 5 minutes ) • Discuss the answer.

Material

• Power point

• whiteboard

Reflection • Crossword puzzle puzzle. Material

( 5 minutes ) • Power point

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