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Topic : Energy

General Objectives :

At the end of this lesson students will be able to know what T.V, Computer, and other home appliances use to work? know how wind moves leaves of tree? know how a ball break glass when it hits with a bat?

Specific objectives:

At the end of this lesson students will be able to

1.Understand what is Energy Define what is potential energy and kinetic energy

2.Know what are forms of energy

3.Solve numerical problems related to kinetic energy and potential energy

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A.V aids :

Text book, black board, chalk, duster, charts, flash cards

Teaching method:

Lecture cum-inductive / deductive method

Previous knowledge :

In order to check previous knowledge of students, teacher will ask questions such as,

1.How do you walk?

2.eating carbohydrates and fats gives you what?

Announcing the topic :

Dear students, Today we are going to learn about “energy” Presentation: teacher Will define Energy.

Definition: “ The ability to do work is” Different forms of energy Energy can take a number of different forms. Here are some examples: Chemical – Chemical energy comes from atoms and molecules and how they interact.

Electrical – Electrical energy is generated by the movement of electrons. Gravitational – Large objects such as the Earth and the Sun create gravity and gravitational energy.

Heat – Heat energy is also called thermal energy. It comes from molecules of different temperatures interacting.

Light – Light is called radiant energy. The Earth gets a lot of its energy from the light of the Sun. Motion – Anything that is moving has energy. Nuclear – Huge amounts of nuclear energy can be generated by splitting atoms.

Kinetic energy: Kinetic energy is the type of energy an object has because of its motion.

Example: Wind blowing through the leaves of a tree. The moon revolving around the earth. A yoyo as it moves up and down. What do all of these things have in common? They are all in motion, and they all have kinetic energy.

Potential energy:

Potential energy is energy that is stored, or not yet used. Examples: A raised weight. Water that is behind a dam. A car that is parked at the top of a hill A yoyo before it is released. River water at the top of a waterfall. A book on a table before it falls. A child at the top of a slide. Ripe fruit before it falls. Summative evaluation: students write definition of energy, kinetic energy and potential energy. Homework: write different forms of energy in your notebook.

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