Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 Third Term Basic Electricity Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 Third Term Basic Electricity Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Third Term: Week 1-2 – Power Systems and Distribution


Objective: Explore power generation, transmission, and distribution.


Week 1 Activities:


Discuss power generation sources.

Explore the components of a power system.

Examine the concept of load flow.

Week 2 Activities:


Study power transmission and distribution.

Understand transformers and their roles.

Conduct a practical demonstration of power distribution.

Week 3-4: Electrical Machines and Motors


Objective: Introduce the principles of electrical machines and motors.


Week 3 Activities:


Define electrical machines and their types.

Explore the basics of DC motors.

Conduct experiments with DC motors.

Week 4 Activities:


Introduce AC motors and their applications.

Discuss motor control circuits.

Hands-on project: Building a simple motor control circuit.

Week 5-6: Power Electronics


Objective: Understand the applications of power electronics in modern systems.


Week 5 Activities:


Define power electronics and its importance.

Explore power semiconductor devices.

Discuss power electronic converters.

Week 6 Activities:


Analyze power factor correction.

Explore the applications of power electronics in industry.

Conduct practical demonstrations with power electronic circuits.

Week 7-8: Control Systems


Objective: Introduce the basics of control systems in electrical engineering.


Week 7 Activities:


Define control systems and their components.

Explore open-loop and closed-loop systems.

Conduct experiments on control system elements.

Week 8 Activities:


Discuss feedback and its role in control systems.

Explore PID controllers.

Hands-on project: Building a simple control system.

Week 9-10: Emerging Technologies in Electrical Engineering


Objective: Explore cutting-edge technologies shaping the future of electrical engineering.


Week 9 Activities:


Introduce smart grids and their benefits.

Explore the Internet of Things (IoT) in electrical systems.

Discuss artificial intelligence in power systems.

Week 10 Activities:


Analyze renewable energy integration with smart technologies.

Conduct projects on sustainable and smart electrical solutions.

Guest speaker session on the future of electrical engineering.

Week 11: Project Presentation Week


Objective: Students present individual or group projects related to the topics covered in the third term.


Week 11 Activities:

Project presentations with Q&A sessions.

Peer evaluations and feedback.

Discussion on the practical applications of the projects.

Week 12: Examination Week


Objective: Evaluate students’ understanding of the entire Basic Electricity curriculum.


Week 12 Activities:

Conduct comprehensive written and practical exams.

Evaluate project reports and presentations.

Provide constructive feedback to students.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Objective: Conclude the term with a summary and reflection.


Week 13 Activities:

Recap the highlights of the entire Basic Electricity curriculum.

Reflect on personal growth and learning.

Distribute report cards and commendations.

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