General Descriptors of Performance Level in Science subjects for KSSM Physics

General descriptors of performance level in science

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General Descriptors of Performance Level in Science subjects for KSSM Physics PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS 1 Recall knowledge and basic skills of science. 2 Understand the knowledge and skills of science and explain the understanding. 3 Apply knowledge and science skills to carry out simple tasks. 4 Analyze information about knowledge and science skills in the context of problem solving. 5 Evaluate to make judgement about the science knowledge and skills in context problem solving and decision-making to carrying out a task. 6 Invent by applying the knowledge and skills in context problem solving and decision- making or carrying out an assignment in a new situation creatively and innovatively, giving due consideration to the social values/ economy/ culture of the community. Teachers can refer to Appendix to view the relationship between the key verbs of each Performance Level in Performance Standards and verbs in the Learning Standard with examples of student activity that can be implemented. All the investigations/ experiments/ activities listed in each theme in Table 10 are COMPULSORY . Investigations / experiments / activities are conducted using inquiry approach. Table 10: List of Investigations/ Experiments/ Activities in each Theme TEMA EKSPERIMEN ELEMENTARY PHYSICS 1.2.3 Carry out scientific investigation and write a complete report for the Simple Pendulum Experiment. NEWTONIAN MECHANICS 2.3.2 Experiment to determine the value of gravitational acceleration. 2.4.2 Experiment to find the relationship between inertia and mass. HEAT 4.2.3 Experiment to determine: (i) the specific heat capacity of water (ii) the specific heat capacity of aluminium 4.3.3 Experiment to determine: (i) specific latent heat, 𝓁 f of fusion of ice. (ii) specific latent heat of evaporation, 𝓁 v of water 4.4.2 Experiment to determine the relationship between the pressure and volume of a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature.
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