# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Primary 6

Forces + Martial arts + Career opportunities in Computer

Term: 3rd Term

Week: 4

Class: Primary 6

Age: 11 years

Duration: 40 minutes of 3 periods

Date:

Subject: Basic Science and Technology

Topic:-       Forces

-        Martial arts

-        Career opportunities in Computer

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to

1. Explain the meaning of force
2. Mention some examples of force
3. State the types of force
4. Analyse the effect of force on materials
5. Discuss brief history of judo
6. Itemize equipment of Judo
7. Analyze the importance of Judo
8. List terminologies in Judo game
9. Outline various career opportunities in computer

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES: Identification, explanation, playway method, questions and answers, demonstration, videos from source

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: computer system, projector, sound system, springs, magnets, batteries, rubber bands etc

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

PERIOD 1: Force

 PRESENTATION TEACHER’S ACTIVITY PUPIL’S ACTIVITY STEP 1INTRODUCTION The teacher revises the previous lesson on Inclined planes Pupils pay attention STEP 2EXPLANATION She explains the meaning and examples of forceForce is defined as the push or pull on an object with mass that causes it to change its velocity.1.   Examples of forces includes2.   weight force (i.e. the weight of something)3.   the force of a bat on the ball.4.   the force of the hair brush on hair when it is being brushed.5.   the force of your foot pushing on the pedal when you ride your bike Pupils pay attention and participates STEP 3DEMONSTRATION She lists the types of force and discusses the effects of force on materialsTypesGravitational force.Electric force.Magnetic force.Nuclear force.Frictional force. EffectsA force can move a stationary object. Example is The force of motor makes a stationery fan to move ( rotate).A force can change the speed of a moving object.  A force can stop a moving object.A force can change the direction of a moving object.A force can change the shape of an object. Pupils pay attention and participate STEP 4NOTE TAKING The teacher writes a short note on the board The pupils copy the note in their books

NOTE

Meaning and examples of force

Force is defined as the push or pull on an object with mass that causes it to change its velocity.

Examples of forces include

1. weight force (i.e. the weight of something)
2. the force of a bat on the ball.
3. the force of the hair brush on hair when it is being brushed.
4. the force of your foot pushing on the pedal when you ride your bike

Types and of effects of force on materials

Types

1. Gravitational force.
2. Electric force.
3. Magnetic force.
4. Nuclear force.
5. Frictional force.

Effects

1. A force can move a stationary object. Example is The force of motor makes a stationery fan to move (rotate).
2. A force can change the speed of a moving object.
3. A force can stop a moving object.
4. A force can change the direction of a moving object.
5. A force can change the shape of an object.

EVALUATION:    1. Define the term ‘force’

1. List three examples of force
2. State four types of force
3. What are three effects of force on materials?

CLASSWORK: As in evaluation

CONCLUSION: The teacher commends the pupils positively

PERIOD 2 and 3: Martial arts. Career opportunities in computer

NOTE

JUDO

Judo is the modern scientific application of selected jujutsu techniques that may be practiced for self-development, physical education and sport.

Judo equipment includes trousers, a jacket and a belt - need to be loose-fitting and made of hard-wearing materials.

Basic skills in Judo

• Nage waza (Throwing techniques)
• Katame waza (Grappling techniques)
• Ate waza (Striking techniques)

Importance of Judo

1. development of strength, flexibility, agility, speed, dynamic and static balance, explosive power, and endurance.
2. To teach physical and mental discipline through the practice of attack and defense, leading to an understanding of the essence of the way

Rules in judo

• Intentionally harming an opponent is abandoned.
• One cannot punch or kick his opponent.
• You cannot touch the opponent's face.
• Attacking the joints other than elbows is not allowed.
• Head dives are also not permitted.
• Some techniques like Kawazu gake and Kami basami are not allowed.

Terminologies in Judo

 Japanese English Translation Tori The thrower or (attacker) Uke The person being thrown (defender) Sensei Instructor Dojo Training Hall Judoka Judo Player Judogi Judo Suit Zori Judo Shoes Obi Belt Randori Free practice Shiai Contest Uchi-komi Repetition training Tachi-waza Standing techniques / throws Ne-waza Groundwork Kansetsu-waza Armlocks Ukemi Breakfalls Ippon Maximum 10 point score Waza-ari 7 point score Waza-ari-awasete-ippon Two waza-ari make ippon Yuko 5 point score Shido Caution (minor infringement) Hansoku-make Disqualification Keikoku 7 point penalty Chui 3 point penalty Tachi-rei Standing bow Za-rei Kneeling bow Hajime Begin Matte Stop Sono-mama Freeze Sore-made Finish Osae-kmoi Holding Toketa Hold broken Hantei Decision required Hiki-wake Draw Tatame Mat Kazushi Breaking an opponent’s balance Jigo-tai Defensive posture Shime waza Strangles Kata Sets of specific movements

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPUTER

1. Computer operators: The computer operator ensures the continuous running of the computer system’s processes and distributes reports and back up data and other files regularly.

2.      Computer system analysts: Computer system analysts is responsible for both system programming, designing  and analysis.

3.      Computer graphic designers/ artists: Computer graphic artist does the work of drawing, designing, painting and animations in the computer. They design posters, banners, pictures and images.

4.      Data entry clerks: This could also be called a typist. The data entry clerk types data into the computer usually from paper using the keyboard.

5.      Information technology consultants: The Information technology consultants usually called the IT Consultant helps in advising businesses on the best use of information technology to meet their business objectives.

7.      Network administrators: The Network administrator maintains and monitors active data networks.

8.      Computer instructors: They teach and educate people about the best use of the Computer system.

9.      Computer software engineers: Computer software engineer develops, creates and modifies the computer software.

10.  Computer hardware engineers: Computer hardware engineer develop computer-related equipments for commercial purposes.

11.  Computer-ware vendor: He sells computer hardware and software to users. In a simple language, this is a person who sells computer parts in the market.

12.  Web engineers: This is a person who writes, updates and manages the website.

EVALUATION:    1. Itemize the equipment in Judo

1. Analyze the importance of Judo
2. List five rules in Judo
3. List ten terminologies in Judo and their meaning
4. State six career opportunities in computer and describe their roles

CLASS ACTIVITY: Pupils in pairs, demonstrate the basic skills in Judo

CLASSWORK: As in evaluation

CONCLUSION: The teacher commends the pupils positively