1 | Indira National School | ||||
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2 | Year Plan for Std.XII | ||||

3 | Physics | ||||

4 | Months / Days | Working Days | Lesson No & Name | Activities | Practicals |

5 | March | 9 | Electric charges and fields | Demonstrations: 1. How charges are induced 2. Induction using electroscope 3. Electric field lines Numericals and application of concepts. | |

6 | April | 16 | Electrostatic potential and capacitance | Demonstrations: 1. Kelvin Battery 2. Faraday Cage Numericals and application of concepts. | |

7 | Current Electricity | Demonstrations: 1. Dependence of temperature on resistance Numericals and application of concepts | 1. Verification of Ohms law 2. To find the unknown resistance using a meter bridge 3. To connect the given incorrect circuit correctly 4. To use a multimeter to measure the resistance, voltage and check continuity in a circuit. 5. Find the value of unknown resistance using meter bridge 6.Verification of combination of resistance in series using a meter bridge. 7. To find the potential drop across the potentiometer | ||

8 | Moving charges and matter | Demonstrations: 1. Force acting on a current carrying wire when placed in a magnetic field 2. Magnetic field in a solenoid 3. Force acting on a current carrying loop. (concept of motor) 4. Force acting between two current carrying wires Numericals and application of concepts | 1. To calculate the resistance and figure of merit of a galvanometer using half deflection method 2. To convert a galvanometer into a voltmeter 3. To convert a galvanometer into ammeter | ||

9 | June | 17 | Project ( To be submitted by Students) | Working model of Project and Project Report | |

10 | Journal (To be submitted by Students) | All experiments to be written without observations, calculations and results | |||

11 | Magnetism and Matter | Demonstrations: 1. Response of Paramagnetic, diamagnetic and ferromagnetic materials in magnetic fields. 2. Domain structure of ferrormagnetic materials, 3. Electromagnets 4. Dependence on temperature Numericals and application of concepts | |||

12 | Electromagnetic induction | Demonstration: 1. Eddy currents 2. Faradays experiments 3. Dependence on number of turns 4. AC generator Numericals and application of concepts | |||

13 | July | 21 | Alternating current | Demonstration: 1. Transformer Numericals and application of concepts | 1. Find the frequency of AC mains using a sonometer and an electromagnet |

14 | Electromagnetic waves | Numericals and application of concepts | |||

15 | Ray Optics and Optical instruments | Demonstrations : 1. Total internal reflection 2. Dispersion trhorugh a prism 3. Why is the sky blue and sunsets red? Numericals and application of concepts | 1. Find the focal length of the convex mirror using the given convex lens 2. Find the focal length of the given convex lens by plotting a graph of u Vs v 3. Determine the angle of minimum deviation for the given prism and hence the RI 4. Find the refractive index of water using the given convex lens and plane mirror 5. To study the refraction and lateral deviation of light through a glass slab. | ||

16 | August | 20 | Wave optics | Demonstrations: 1. Diffraction 2. Polarisation Numericals and application of concepts | 1. To observe the diffraction pattern formed by a double slit |

17 | Dual Nature of Radiation | Numericals and application of concepts | |||

18 | September | 20 | Atoms | Numericals and application of concepts | |

19 | Nuclei | Numericals and application of concepts | |||

20 | October | 11 | Semiconductor Electronics : Materials devices and simple circuits | Numericals and application of concepts | 1. I - V characteristic curve of the given p-n junction when it is forward biased and reverse biased 2. I - V characteristic curve of the given Zener diode when it is forward baised and reverse biased 3. I - V characteristic curves of the given pnp transistor 4. To identify different electronic components using a multimeter and physical characteristics |

21 | Communication systems | Numericals and application of concepts | |||

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23 | November | 22 | Revision, Chapter 1-5, | Focus on numericals, concepts and mistakes that are commonly made | |

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25 | December | 16 | Revision, Chapters 6 - 10 | Focus on numericals, concepts and mistakes that are commonly made | |

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27 | January | 22 | Revision Chapter 11-15 | Focus on numericals, concepts and mistakes that are commonly made |

1 | Science Portion for Assessment | |||
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3 | Assessments | Physics Lesson No & Name | Chemistry Lesson No & Name | Biology Lesson No & Name |

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5 | UT1 | 1. Electric charges and fields 2. Electrostatic potential and capacitance 3. Current Electricity | ||

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7 | UT2 | 1. Moving charges and magnetism 2. Magnetism and matter | ||

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9 | SA1 | PART I (Physics) | ||

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11 | PRELIMS 1 | PART I & PART II | ||

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13 | PRELIMS 2 | PART I & PART II |