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SS3 First Term Basic Electronics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 First Term Basic Electronics Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1-2: Introduction to Basic Electronics


Lesson: Overview of basic electronic components (resistors, capacitors, transistors)

Activity: Hands-on identification and testing of electronic components.

Week 3-4: Understanding Ohm’s Law


Lesson: Introducing Ohm’s Law and its applications.

Activity: Conducting experiments to verify Ohm’s Law using practical circuits.

Week 5-6: Capacitors and Inductors


Lesson: Exploring the characteristics and applications of capacitors and inductors.

Activity: Building simple RC and RL circuits, measuring time constants.

Week 7-8: Transistors and Diodes


Lesson: Understanding transistor types, diode characteristics, and applications.

Activity: Constructing transistor amplifiers and diode rectifiers.

Week 9-10: Digital Electronics Basics


Lesson: Introduction to digital electronics, binary system, logic gates.

Activity: Designing basic digital circuits and logic gate simulations.

Week 11: Revision Week


Reviewing concepts learned so far.

Activity: Conducting a comprehensive review session, solving practice problems.

Week 12: Examination Week


Administering a written and practical examination.

Activity: Students demonstrating practical skills and theoretical knowledge.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the course and addressing any outstanding questions.

Activity: Providing feedback on examinations, discussing future topics, and bidding farewell to students.

Note: The Scheme of Work is designed to progressively build students’ understanding of basic electronics, incorporating hands-on activities for practical application.


The revision and examination weeks serve to consolidate knowledge, while the dismissal week provides closure and a platform for future learning. Adjustments can be made based on the pace of the class and individual needs.

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