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1.1 Understanding Physics A student is able to: • explain what physics is • recognize the physics in everyday objects and natural phenomena Observe everyday objects such as table, a pencil, a mirror etc and discuss how they are related to physics concepts. View a video on natural phenomena and discuss how they relate to physics concepts.

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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN RAJA PEREMPUAN, IPOHSCHEME OF WORK : FORM 4 PHYSICSLEARNING AREA: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICSWeekLearningLearning OutcomesObjective1Orientation (4.1.10-8.1.10)) UnderstandingPhysics15.1.10Suggested ActivitiesA student is able to: explain what physics isObserve everyday objects such astable, a pencil, a mirror etc and discusshow they are related to physicsconcepts. recognize the physics ineveryday objects and naturalphenomenaView a video on natural phenomenaand discuss how they relate to physicsconcepts.NotesVocabularyDiscuss fields of study in physics suchas forces, motion, heat, light etc.318.1.1022.1.101.2Understandingbase quantitiesand derivedquantitiesA student is able to: explain what base quantitiesand derived quantities are list base quantities and theirunits list some derived quantitiesand their units. express quantities usingprefixes. express quantities usingscientific notationDiscuss base quantities and derivedquantities.From a text passage, identify physicalquantities then classify them into basequantities and derived quantities.List the value of prefixes and theirabbreviations from nano to giga, eg.nano (10-9), nm(nanometer)Discuss the use of scientific notationBase quantities are:length (l), mass(m),time (t), temperature(T) and current (I)Base quantitieskuantiti asasDerived quantities kuantiti terbitanLength- panjangSuggested

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