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SS1 Second Term Basic Electricity Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Second Term Basic Electricity Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Review of First Term Concepts


Quick recap of basic electricity principles from the first term

Discussion on any challenges or questions from the previous term

Warm-up activity: solving problems related to first term topics

Week 2: Alternating Current (AC) Circuits


In-depth study of AC circuits

Analysis of AC voltage and current waveforms

Lab experiment: exploring the behavior of AC circuits

Week 3: Transformers and Their Applications


Introduction to transformers

Types of transformers and their uses

Field trip: visit to a local power station to observe transformers in action

Week 4: Electrical Safety Measures in AC Systems


Emphasis on safety precautions in AC electrical systems

Guest speaker: electrician or safety expert discussing safety practices

Classwork: creating safety guidelines for working with AC circuits

Week 5: Semiconductor Devices


Overview of semiconductor materials

Explanation of diodes and transistors

Practical session: building simple circuits using semiconductor devices

Week 6: Digital Electronics


Introduction to digital electronics

Binary system and digital signals

Group project: designing a basic digital circuit

Week 7: Logic Gates and Boolean Algebra


Understanding logic gates

Basics of Boolean algebra

Lab experiment: implementing logic gates in circuits

Week 8: Integrated Circuits


Definition and types of integrated circuits (ICs)

Practical applications of ICs

Guest lecture: engineer sharing insights into IC design and applications

Week 9: Sensors and Actuators


Exploration of various sensors and actuators

Real-life examples of sensor and actuator applications

Hands-on activity: building a simple system using sensors and actuators

Week 10: Microcontrollers and Microprocessors


Introduction to microcontrollers and microprocessors

Differences and applications of both

Project assignment: designing a small project using microcontrollers

Week 11: Revision Week


Review of second term concepts

Practice tests and quizzes

Q&A session to clarify doubts

Week 12: Examination Week


Final written and practical exams for second term

Assessment of students’ understanding and application of advanced electrical concepts

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Summary and reflection on the entire course

Distribution of second-term exam results

Farewell and encouragement for continued exploration in the field of electricity.

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