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STAR EDUCATION SYSTEM

STAR Higher Secondary School of learning


TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week: 10: From: 24.08.2009 To: 29.08.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Reaction of metals Reaction of metals C/W Exp:p#10 (repeat) C

Reaction of metals Understanding the C/W Exp:p#11


02 properties of metals

C/W Ex:p#11
Q1. Why do metals behave as they do?
Q2. Explain why most metals have a higher
density than non-metals?
Q3a. Explain what these words mean:
03 Reaction of metals Understanding the i) malleable ii) ductile
properties of metals b. Explain why metals can be easily shaped by
hammering?
Q4a. Describe the arrangement of electrons in a
metals?
b. Why does this help a metal to conduct
electricity?
Q5. Why are non-metals good insulators?

C/W Exp :p# 12

04 Reaction of metals Metal & Acids

Activity: Dur-04: “The action of dilute acids on some metals.”


Apparatus:1. 3 test tubes 2. test tube rack
Materials: 1. Dilute hydrochloric acid 2. zinc 3.magnesium 4. iron 5. 3 splints
6. a box of matches

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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week: 11 From: 31.08.2009 To: 05.09.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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C/W Ex:p#12
Q1. Why do many metals react with acids?
Q2. What gas is given off when a metal reacts
01 Metal & Acids with an acid?
Reaction of metals Q3. What is salt?
Q4. Describe how you would make a sample of
zinc sulphate? C

C/W Exp:p#13

02 Reaction of metals Acids & metal


carbonates

C/W Exp:p#13
Reaction of metals Acids & metal Q1. What is produced when a metal carbonate
03 carbonates reacts with an acid?
Q2. Describe how you would make a sample of
lead nitrate?

04 Reaction of metals Acids & metal C/W Exp :p# 14


Oxides
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Activity: Dur-02: “The action of dilute acids on some carbonates.”


Apparatus: 1. 5 test tubes 2.test tube rack 3.stopper carrying a delivery tube
Materials: 1. calcium carbonate 2. dilute hydrochloric acid 3. clear limewater
4. copper carbonate 5. dilute sulphuric acid 6. sodium carbonate
7. dilute nitric acid

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR EDUCATION SYSTEM
STAR Higher Secondary School of learning
TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:12 From: 07.09.2009 To: 12.09.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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C/W Ex:p#14

Q1. What is a base?


01 Q2. What do scientists call a soluble base?
Reaction of metals Acids & metal Q3. Metal oxides will not dissolve in water. What
Oxides will they dissolve in?
Q4.Describe how you would make some copper
(ii) sulphate crystals?
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02 Reaction of metals Titration C/W Exp:p#15,16

C/W Ex:p#16

03 Q1. What is titration?


Titration Q2. What is meant by neutral point or end point?
Reaction of metals Q5. If the indicator litmus was used, what colour
would it be at the end point of the titration?
Q6. Give one safety precaution that should be
taken when carrying out a titration?

C/W Exp :p# 17

04 Some common salts


Reaction of metals
and their uses

Activity: Dur-4: “How to make a glue”


Materials: 1. skim milk 2. baking soda 3. vinegar 4. measuring spoon 5.paper towels
6.rubber band 7. measuring cup

Signature: Samuel Dean


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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:13 From: 14.09.2009 To: 19.09.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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C/W Exp:p#20

01 Energy & electricity Energy & electricity

C/W Ex:p#20

02 Q2a. Where does the energy come from the start


Energy & electricity Energy & electricity a model steam engine?
b. a clockwork alarm clock?
Q3. What form of energy produced by a
television is not needed?

03 Energy & electricity Energy arrows C/W : Exp:p#21

C/W : Ex:p#21
Q1. What is Sankey diagram?
Q2. In a Sankey diagram, why are the arrows
04 Energy & electricity Energy arrows
different widths?
Q3. A light bulb is only about 80% efficient.
What does this mean?
Q4. Where is most energy lost in a power station?

Activity: Dur-01: “Measuring electric current”


Apparatus: 1. Dry cell in its holder 2. Bulb (1.5v) inits holder 3. ammeter (0-3A)
4. switch 5. connecting wires

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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:14 From: 21.09.2009 To: 26.09.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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C/W Exp:p#34

1.Fit & healthy

Fit & healthy 2.Healthy eating


01

C/W Ex:p#34
1.Fit & healthy
Q1.p#34- What does good health mean?
02 Q2.Give three ways you can ensure good health?
Fit & healthy ___________
2.Healthy eating
Q2.p#35- What should a balanced diet contain?
Q5a. What is fiber?

03 Fit & healthy Eating disorders C/W : Exp:p#36

C/W : Ex:p#36
Eating disorders Q2b. What would happen to you if your diet
04 Fit & healthy was lacking vitamin C?
Q3a. What is rickets?
Q5b. Explain how a person get kwashiorkor?

Activity:Dur-01: The classes of food contained in some food commonly available fast
food restaurants.

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR EDUCATION SYSTEM
STAR Higher Secondary School of learning
TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:15 From: 12.10.2009 To: 17.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Fit & healthy Drugs C/W Exp:p#37


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C/W Ex:p#37

Drugs Q1. What are drugs?


02 Fit & healthy Q2. Explain the difference between painkillers
and tranquillizers?
Q3. What are anesthetics used for?
Q4. What is a drug addict?

C/W : Exp:p#38

03 Fit & healthy


Smocking

C/W : Ex:p#38

04 Q2. Explain why smokers find it hard to give up?


Fit & healthy
Smocking Q3. Explain why smokers often get bronchitis?

Activity: Dur-03: How to stop smoking?


Aim: 1.“ To recognize the harmful effects and consequences of smoking.”
2. “To recognize the harmful substances found in tobacco smoke”

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR EDUCATION SYSTEM
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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:16 From: 19.10.2009 To: 24.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08
Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A
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01 1.Patterns of reactivity C/W Exp:p#42,43


Patterns of reactivity
2.How do metals react? C

C/W Ex:p#43

Q4. What is an unreactive metal?


2.How do metals react? Q5. Explain why unreactive metals are good for
02 Patterns of reactivity making jewellery?
Q6. Which do metals react with most easily,
water ,acid or oxygen? Explain your answer
C/W : Exp:p#44
03 Patterns of reactivity The reactivity series

C/W : Ex:p#44

04 Q4a.Decribe what you would see when a piece of


The reactivity series sodium is dropped into water.
Patterns of reactivity b. steam is passed over heated magnesium.
c. a piece of iron is left in the air.
d. a gold ring is left in a weak acid.

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR EDUCATION SYSTEM
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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:17 From: 26.10.2009 To: 31.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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Patterns of reactivity Displacement reactions C/W Exp:p#45


01
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C/W Exp:p#45

Q1a. When an iron nail is put into copper


02 Displacement reactions sulphate solution there is a displacement
Patterns of reactivity reaction. What does this mean?
b. What would happen if silver and zinc were
used instead of the iron?

03 C/W : Exp:p#46
Patterns of reactivity Metals from the Earth

C/W : Ex:p#46

Q2a. What is a metal ore?


04 Patterns of reactivity b. Explain why most metals are found as
Metals from the Earth compounds in ores.
Q5a. What is recycling?
b. Explain how recycling can help conserve
natural resources?

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:18 From: 02.11.2009 To: 07.11.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Patterns of reactivity Extracting metals C/W Exp:p#47


from their ores
C/W Exp:p#47
Q1. What are the two stages in extracting a
metal from its ore?
Q2. Explain why it is easier to separate a metal
low in the reactivity series from its ore?
02 Patterns of reactivity Extracting metals Q3a. Describe how aluminium is extracted from
from their ores bauxite?
Q4. Why is carbon added to iron oxide in a blast
furnace?
Q5. Explain why electrolysis is needed to extract
aluminium while iron can be extracted
without it?
C/W
03
Patterns of reactivity
Test Conduct

04 C/W :
Patterns of reactivity Practical

Activity:

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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:19 From: 23.11.2009 To: 26.11.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Gravity & space Gravity & space C/W Exp:p#52


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C/W Ex:p#52
Q1. Why do things fall to the ground when
you drop them?
Q2. What gave Sir Issac Newton the idea about
gravity and when?
Q3. How does mass affect the gravitational force
02 Gravity & space Gravity & space between two objects?
Q4. How does distance affect gravitational force
between two objects?
Q5. Explain why two very large and heavy
objects will attract each other when they are
close together.
C/W : Exp:p#53

03 Gravity & space Weight in space

C/W : Ex:p#53
Q2. What does 1kg of matter weigh on Earth?
04 Q3b. What is g on Earth?
Q4. Calculate the weight of 4 kg rock on Earth.
Gravity & space Weight in space (assume g= 10 N/kg)
Q5. The diameter of Venus and Earth are more or
less the same. Why would an object weigh
lesson Venus than on Earth?

Activity:Dur-3:1. To show that the loss of weight of a stone completely submerged in


water is equal to the weight of water displaced.
2. To determine the density of a solid
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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:20 From: 01.12.2009 To: 05.12.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Gravity & space Keeping the planets in C/W Exp:p#56


orbit
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C/W Exp:p#56
Q1. How are the planets of the solar system
kept in orbit?
Q2. Why do the planets keep moving at high
Gravity & space Keeping the planets in speeds?
02 orbit Q3a. What is a comet?
b. What is the difference between the orbit of a
comet and the orbit of the Earth?
Q4a. Explain why comets have long tails?
b. Why can this tail be seen from Earth?
C/W : Exp:p#57,58
03 Gravity & space Satellites in Orbit

C/W : Ex:p#57,58
Q1a. What is a satellite?
Q2. Explain why a satellite stays up in space.
Gravity & space Satellites in Orbit Q3. What keeps a satellite in orbit?
04 Q5. Explain the difference between a polar orbit
and a geostationary orbit.
Q6.Explainwhya satellite appears to be stationary
above the Earth's surface.

Activity:

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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:21 From: 07.12.2009 To: 12.12.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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Plant
01 Plant & photosynthesis & C/W Exp:p#62
photosynthesis C

C/W Ex:p#62
Plant
02 Plant & photosynthesis & Q1.Why are plants important?
photosynthesis Q2. Where does photosynthesis take place?
Q3. Where does the energy for photosynthesis?
Q5. How do the shapes of leaves help them do
their job?
C/W Exp:p#63
03 Plant & photosynthesis The Chemistry of
photosynthesis

C/W Ex:p#63

Q3a. What two simple chemicals are needed for


photosynthesis?
04 The Chemistry of b. Describe how these chemicals get into the
Plant & photosynthesis photosynthesis leaf.
Q4. What large molecule is made during
photosynthesis?
Q5a. what happens to the oxygen produced
during photosynthesis?
b. Explain why this is important

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:22 From: 04.01.2010 To: 09.01.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Plant & photosynthesis Photosynthesis: C/W Exp:p#66


The starch test
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C/W Ex:p#66

02 Photosynthesis: Q1. Explain how the starch test show that a plant
Plant & photosynthesis
The starch test has been photosynthesizing.
Q4a. Describe one important safety precaution
that must be taken during the starch test.
b. Explain why it is important.

C/W Exp:p#65

03 Photosynthesis :
Plant & photosynthesis
testing the equation

C/W :Ex: p#65


Q1. What gas is absorbed by soda lime?
Q2. Describe a variegated leaf.
Plant & photosynthesis Photosynthesis : Q4. Explain why it is important to leave the
04 leaf attached to the plant in the experiment to
testing the equation
show carbon dioxide is needed for photosynthesis.
Q5. What does a glowing splint do when it is
put into oxygen?

Activity: Dur-03 “To investigate whether carbon dioxide gas is needed for photosynthesis”
Apparatus: 1. 2 bell jars 2. 2small beaker 3. 250 m/beaker 4. boiling tube 5. Bunsen burner 6. tripod stand

7. wire gauze 8. dropper 9. glass rod 10. white tile.


Material: 1. 2 potted plants 2. plastic bags 3. iodine solution 4. soda lime 5. sodium hydroxide solution
6. alcohol 7. cotton wool
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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:23 From: 18.01.2010 To: 23.01.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 What happens to the C/W Exp:p#66


Plant & photosynthesis glucose?
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C/W Ex:p#66

02 Plant & photosynthesis What happens to the Q2. Explain how a plant stores glucose.
glucose? Q3. What does a plant do with cellulose?
Q4a. Explain how a plant makes protein..
b. Why is protein important?

03 Plant & photosynthesis Plants need water C/W Exp:p#67

C/W :Ex: p#67


Q1a. What is the job of a plan's roots?
04 Plant & photosynthesis Plants need water b. How are roots adapted for their job?
Q2. Why do root hair cells have thin membranes?
Q3a.Explain why water enters root hair cells.
b. Where does the water go?
Q4a. Where do root cells get their oxygen from?

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:24 From: 25.01.2010 To: 30.01.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Plant & photosynthesis Plants need minerals C/W Exp: p#68


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C/W Ex:p#68

Q1. Why do pants need mineral elements?


Plant & photosynthesis Q2. Explain how minerals get into the soil.
02 Plants need minerals Q3. What is leaching?
Q4. Explain why some soil need fertilizers added
to them.
Q5. Describe two ways that minerals get into root
Cells.

03 Plant & photosynthesis Photosynthesis and C/W Exp:p#69


respiration

1.Gravity & space

04 Plant & photosynthesis 2.Keeping the planets C/W : Conduct Test


in orbit

3.Plant & photosynthesis

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:25 From: 01.02.2010 To: 06.02.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Environmental Environmental C/W Exp: p#72


Chemistry Chemistry
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C/W Ex:p#72

02 Environmental Environmental Q1a. How did is planet Earth?


Chemistry Chemistry b. Where did it come from?
Q2. Describe three characteristics of planet Earth?

C/W Exp:p#73

03 Environmental
Chemistry Soil

C/W :Ex: p#73


Q1. Explain how soil is produced from rocks.
04 Environmental
Chemistry
Soil Q2a. What is humus?
b. Why is humus important?
Q4a. Why are the water important in soil?
b. air in soil?

Activity: Dur-3: “getting to know the microscope and its adjustments”


Apparatus: Microscope
Quiz: Periodic table

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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:26 From: 08.02.2010 To: 13.02.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Environmental Chemistry Acid rain C/W Exp: p#75


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C/W Ex:p#75
Environmental Q2. Why has the acidity of rain increased?
02 Chemistry Acid rain Q3. Explain why sulphuric acid is a more
dangerous product of burning fossil fuels
than carbon dioxide?
C/W Exp:p#76,77

Global warming:(1)
The effects
Environmental Global warming:(2)
03 Chemistry The effects

C/W :Ex: p#76


Global warming: Q1. What are greenhouse gases?
(1):The cause
Q2. What is global warming?
Environmental Q3. Explain how greenhouse gases cause
04 Chemistry global warming.

Q3 p#77.What evidence is there to support


Global warming
scientists predictions about the effects
(2): The effects
of global warming?

Activity: Dur-3: 1. Does rain water contain dissolved air


2. Looking at Tap water
Materials: 1. beaker 2. rain water 3. tap water
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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:27 From: 15.02.2010 To: 20.02.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 1.Speeding Up
Speeding Up C/W Exp: p#82,83
2.Where do we meant
by speed?
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C/W Ex:p#83

Q2a. A sports car travels at its top speed of 200


km/h. How far will it travel in.
02 Speeding Up Where do we meant b.30 minutes.
by speed? Q4a. A bullet from a gun travels at 600 m/s.
How far does the bullet travel in 2 s?
b. How long would it take to travel 150 m?

03 Speeding Up Changing speed and C/W Exp:p#85


direction

C/W :Ex: p#85


Q1. Explain what is meant by balanced forces.
Changing speed and Q2. Explain what is meant by unbalanced forces.
04 Speeding Up direction Q3. What is Newton's first law of motion?
Q4. Explain why a spaceship keeps moving in
outer space without an engine to push it along.

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:28 From: 22.02.2010 To: 26.02.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Speeding Up Acceleration C/W Exp: p#86


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C/W Ex:p#86

Q1. A car has an acceleration of 4 m/s.


02 Speeding Up Explain what this means.
Acceleration Q2e. What was the acceleration over the first 2
seconds?( through table)
f. How many seconds after the start of the
journey did the car start to brake?
g. What was the retardation over the last 4
seconds?

03 Speeding Up Gravity, falling & air C/W Exp:p#87


resistance

C/W :Ex: p#87


Gravity, falling & air
04 Speeding Up resistance Q1. Explain why an object falls to the ground
when it is dropped.
Q2. Explain what these terms mean:
a) air resistance b) terminal velocity.

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:29 From: 01.03.2010 To: 06.03.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Creating perfect C/W Exp: p#97


Where does our food conditions for plant
come from growth Creating perfect conditions for plant growth
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Where does our food Creating perfect


02 come from conditions for plant C/W Ex:p#97
growth

03 Where does our food 1.Soil Conduct Test


come from 2.Acid rain
3. Acceleration

Where does our food


04 Photosynthesis:
come from
the starch test

Activity:
Signature: Samuel Dean
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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: Sec T / W:


Week:30 From: 08.03.2010 To: 13.03.2010 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Using Chemistry 1. Using Chemistry. C/W Exp: p#100,101

2.Burning fuels C

C/W Ex: p#101

Q1a. What is a hydrocarbon?


02 Using Chemistry Burning fuels b. Describe what happens to a hydrocarbon
when it burns.
Q2a. What is complete combustion?

03 Chemical reactions as C/W Exp: p#102


Using Chemistry energy sources

C/W Ex: p#102

Q1. Why does the reactivity series help you predict


Using Chemistry Chemical reactions as what will happen in a chemical reaction?
04
energy sources Q2a. Describe the Thermite reactin.
Q3. What is an exothermic reaction?
Q4a. What is electricity?
b. Explain how electricity is produced from a
simple cell.

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:16 From: 19.10.2009 To: 24.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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Using Chemistry Conservation of mass (1) C/W Exp: p#105


01
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C/W Ex: p#105


Q1. How did Lavoisier discover that mass is
covered in a chemical reaction?
02 Using Chemistry Conservation of mass (1) Q2. Explain why mass is conserved during a
chemical reactin.
Q3. Explain why some chemical reactions appear
to lose mass.
Q5. Explain how the production of a gas during a
chemical reaction can be used to measure the
rate of the reaction.

03
Using Chemistry Conservation of mass C/W Exp: p#106
(2)

04 Using Chemistry Conservation of


mass (2) C/W : Practical

Activity:

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TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:16 From: 19.10.2009 To: 24.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Pressure & Moments Pressure & Moments C/W Exp: p#110,111


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C/W Exp: p#111

Q1. What is pressure?


Q3a. How is pressure affected by surface area?
02 b. force
Pressure & Moments Pressure & Moments Q4. Explain why a person who sits on a drawing
pin hurts himself yet someone lying on a bed
of nails does not.
Q5a. A lady wearing shoes with stiletto heels
weighs 550 N. The area of each stiletto heel
is 1 cm. Calculate the pressure of each heel
on the floor.

03 Pressure & Moments Pressure in gasses C/W: Exp: p#112

C/W: Ex: p#112

Pressure & Moments Pressure in gasses Q1. Explain why air can be squashed.
04 Q2. Why does compressing a gas cause it to heat
up?
Q3. Describe the link between volume and
pressure of a gas.

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR Higher Secondary School of learning
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Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:16 From: 19.10.2009 To: 24.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


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01 Pressure & Moments Pressure in liquids C/W Exp: p#113


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C/W Ex: p#113

Q1.Explain why the pressure in a liquid with


depth.
Q2. How does the density of a liquid affect
02 Pressure & Moments Pressure in liquids pressure?
Q3.Describe how you can show that the pressure
in a liquid does not depend on the shape of its
container.

Q4. Explain why submarines need thick, strong


walls.

C/W Ex: p#114


Q1. Why are liquids difficult to compress?
03 Pressure & Moments Hydraulic machines Q.2. Explain difference between an input
cylinder and an output cylinder in a
hydraulic jack.
Q4.Explain why a hydraulic jack is a good
example of a force multiplier.

04 Pressure & Moments Levers & moments C/W: Exp: p#115

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean


STAR Higher Secondary School of learning
TEACHER’S WEEKLY PLANNER

Academic Session: 2009-10 Term: First T / W:


Week:16 From: 19.10.2009 To: 24.10.2009 T/Duration: 04
Teacher: Samuel Dan Subject: Science Grade:08

Dur Lesson Title Topic C/W/P - H/A


C

01 Pressure & Moments Levers & moments C/W Exp: p#115,116

Moments in balance C

C/W Exp: p#115


1.Levers & moments
Q1. What is lever?
Q3.What is moment?
Q4. Explain the difference between a clockwise
and an anticlockwise moment.
02 Pressure & Moments ________________

Q1a. p#116. Fred takes Joan's place on see-saw


2. Moments in balance 1. He weighs 300 N. Where should
he sit to balance the see-saw?
Q3a. p#116. Balance a see-saw depends upon two
Things what are they?
b. What is the relationship between them?

03 Pressure & Moments Balance & stability C/W Exp: p#117

1.Conservation of mass (1)

2.Pressure & Moments


Pressure & Moments
04 C/W : Conduct Test
3.Pressure in gasses

4.Pressure in liquids

Activity:

Signature: Samuel Dean