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  1. Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics

  2. P&P2FM Mechanics P&P2FM Industrial chemistry P&P2FM Heat P&P2FM Properties of light Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics Topics Modules Notional Hours 6 6 2 4 6 4 2 2 6 2 40 TF210 Dynamics TF210 Direct forces TF210 Moment of a force TF210 Energy and momentum TF210 Friction TF210 Heat TF210 Organic chemistry introduction TF210 Principles of organic chemistry P&P2FM34 Chemistry TF210 Industrial gases TF210 Industrial metals Total Notional Hours

  3. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Dynamics Are able to derive the motion equations from the graphs and use these equations in calculations Are able to plot displacement/time and velocity / time graphs at constant acceleration, interpret slopes and areas beneath the graphs and use the graphs to calculate missing parameters Are able to calculate distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed, acceleration as required Understand the relationship between, distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed, acceleration Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to dynamics

  4. Notional Hours 6 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Dynamics Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to dynamics • Understand the relationship between, distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed, acceleration • Are able to calculate distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed, acceleration as required • Are able to plot displacement/time and velocity / time graphs at constant acceleration, interpret slopes and areas beneath the graphs and use the graphs to calculate missing parameters • Are able to derive the motion equations from the graphs and use these equations in calculations WHAT Individually or in a group, study the learning material on dynamics. Discuss any problems with the facilitator. HOW • Learners draw up a table showing the interrelationships between the various terms, principles, symbols and units relevant to dynamics • Describe the relationship between, distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed, acceleration • Given various problems, calculate distance, displacement, time, velocity, speed and acceleration as required • Using previous calculations, plot displacement/time and velocity/time graphs at constant acceleration, interpret slopes and areas beneath the graphs and use the graphs to calculate missing parameters • Derive the motion equations from the graphs and use these equations in calculations Group Discussions Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  5. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Direct forces Are able to sketch and describe the apparatus used for determining the components of a force Are able to calculate and determine graphically the perpendicular force components Are able to determine graphically by the forces parallelogram the magnitude and direction of the resultant, equilibrant and an unknown force Understand the parallelogram of forces, resultant and equilibrant Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to direct forces

  6. Notional Hours 6 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Direct forces Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to direct forces • Understand the parallelogram of forces, resultant and equilibrant • Are able to determine graphically by the forces parallelogram the magnitude and direction of the resultant, equilibrant and an unknown force • Are able to calculate and determine graphically the perpendicular force components • Are able to sketch and describe the apparatus used for determining the components of a force WHAT Individually or in a group, study the learning material on direct forces. Discuss any problems with the facilitator. HOW Group Discussions • Learners draw up a table showing the interrelationships between the various terms, principles, symbols and units relevant to direct forces • Summarise and sketch the parallelogram of forces, resultant and equilibrant • Determine graphically by the forces parallelogram the magnitude and direction of the resultant, equilibrant and an unknown force • Calculate and determine graphically the perpendicular force components • Sketch and describe the apparatus used for determining the components of a force Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  7. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Moment of a force Are able to calculate the reactions at the supports of a horizontal beam due to point loads Understand the meaning of the moment of a force and the law of moments Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to the moment of a force

  8. Notional Hours 2 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Moment of a force Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to the moment of a force • Understand the meaning of the moment of a force and the law of moments • Are able to calculate the reactions at the supports of a horizontal beam due to point loads WHAT Individually or in a group, study the learning material on the basic principles of the moment of a force. Discuss any problems with the facilitator. HOW Group Discussions • Learners draw up a table showing the interrelationships between the various terms, principles, symbols and units relevant to the moment of a force • Summarise the meaning of the moment of a force and the law of moments • Calculate the reactions at the supports of a horizontal beam due to point loads Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  9. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Energy and Momentum Are able to apply the energy conservation law to a free falling body to calculate potential and kinetic energy at various stages of the fall Are able to derive the formula for, manipulate and calculate kinetic energy Are able to derive the formula for, manipulate and calculate potential energy due to gravity Understand the law of energy conservation Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to energy and momentum

  10. Notional Hours 4 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Energy and momentum Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic terminology, principles, symbols and units relevant to energy and momentum • Understand the law of energy conservation • Are able to derive the formula for potential energy, manipulate equations and calculate the energy due to gravity • Are able to derive the formula for kinetic energy, manipulate and calculate the energy for different cases • Are able to apply the energy conservation law to a free falling body to calculate potential and kinetic energy at various stages of the fall WHAT Individually or in a group, study the learning material on energy and momentum. Discuss any problems with the facilitator. HOW Group Discussions • Learners draw up a table showing the interrelationships between the various terms, principles, symbols and units relevant to energy and momentum • Quote everyday life examples where the law of energy conservation is applicable • Derive the formula for potential and kinetic energy, manipulate equations and calculate the energy for various cases • Apply the energy conservation law to a free falling body to calculate potential and kinetic energy at various stages of the fall Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  11. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Friction Are able to describe an experimental procedure and calculate the static and kinetic coefficients of friction from experimental data Are able to calculate unknown parameters such as angle of friction, coefficient of friction, weight components and forces in various setups where friction plays a role Are able to depict all the forces acting on a body subject to friction in a diagram Are able to name advantages, disadvantages and application of friction in industry Understand the basic terminology, principles and laws, symbols and units relevant to friction

  12. Notional Hours 6 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Friction Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic terminology, principles and laws, symbols and units relevant to friction • Are able to name advantages, disadvantages and application of friction in industry • Are able to depict all the forces acting on a body subject to friction in a diagram • Are able to calculate unknown parameters such as angle of friction, coefficient of friction, weight components and forces in various setups where friction plays a role • Are able to describe an experimental procedure and calculate the static and kinetic coefficients of friction from experimental data WHAT Individually or in a group, study the learning material on friction. Discuss any problems with the facilitator. HOW • Learners draw up a table showing the interrelationships between the various terms, symbols and units relevant to friction • List all the advantages, disadvantages and application of friction in industry • Given a diagram, show all the forces acting on a body subject to friction • Given various setups where friction plays a role, learners calculate unknown parameters such as: • angle of friction • coefficient of friction • weight components • Forces acting upon it • Describe an experimental procedure and calculate the static and kinetic coefficients of friction from experimental data Group Discussions Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  13. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Heat Are able to do simple heat and power calculations for the combustion of fuels Understand the meaning of the heat value or calorific value of fuels Are able to manipulate the heat equation to calculate missing variables Understand the meaning of heat capacity and specific heat capacity Understand the meaning of the law of conservation of energy in terms of heat Understand the principles and terminology used in the basic scientific area of heat absorption

  14. Notional Hours 4 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Heat Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the principles and terminology used in the basic scientific area of heat absorption • Understand the principle associated with the conservation of energy • Understand the meaning of heat capacity and specific heat capacity • Are able to manipulate the heat equation to calculate missing variables • Understand the meaning of the heat value or calorific value of fuels • Are able to do simple heat and power calculations for the combustion of fuels WHAT Individual or group training. Do self study on the principles of heat absorption and energy conservation and develop key questions. Answers are obtained by discussions with the facilitator. HOW Group Discussions • Learners summarise the basic principles and terminology associated with: • heat absorption • energy conservation • heat capacity • Given a range of problems, learners do simple calculations : • manipulate the heat equation to calculate missing variables • heat and power calculations for the combustion of fuels • Learners complete a questionnaire on heat principles Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  15. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Organic chemistry introduction Are able to draw structural formulae for a range of hydrocarbons Are able to identify different hydrocarbons and name them according to the IUPAC system Understand the basic properties of hydrocarbons Know the names of basic alkanes, iso-alkanes, cyclo alkanes, alkenes and alkynes Understand the naming conventions for basic hydrocarbon structures Understand the construction of basic hydrocarbons

  16. Notional Hours 2 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Organic chemistry introduction Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Know the basic hydrocarbon naming structure; • Are able to recognise and name basic cyclo-, aromatic, n- and branched hydrocarbons; • Understand what changes occur in the properties of hydrocarbons as chain length change. WHAT Study learning material to understand the construction and naming conventions used for hydrocarbons. Group Discussions HOW Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions • Learners sketch C1 to C10 hydrocarbons with different structural configurations; • Learners use the IUPAC naming convention to name a list of substances. Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  17. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Principles of organic chemistry Understand the structure and naming of esters Understand the structure and naming of carboxylic acids Understand the structure and naming of halo alkanes Understand the structure and naming of hydrocarbons Understand the basic classification of organic compounds Understand what organic chemistry is

  18. Notional Hours 2 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Facilitator discussions Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Principles of organic chemistry Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand what organic chemistry is • Understand the basic classification of organic compounds • Understand the structure and naming of hydrocarbons • Understand the structure and naming of halo alkanes • Understand the structure and naming of carboxylic acids • Understand the structure and naming of esters WHAT Individual or group training. Do self study on the principles of organic chemistry and develop key questions. Answers are obtained by discussions with the facilitator. HOW Group Discussions • Learners summarise the basic classification of organic compounds • Learners name or sketch the structures of various: • hydrocarbons • halo alkanes • carboxylic acids • esters Tabulate Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  19. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Industrial Gases Understand the structure, properties, uses, preparation, occurrence and testing for ammonia Understand the structure, properties, uses, preparation, occurrence and testing for methane Understand the structure, properties, uses, preparation, occurrence and testing for hydrogen Understand the structure, properties, uses and preparation of carbon monoxide

  20. Notional Hours 6 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Interview experts Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Industrial Gases Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Have an understanding of the molecular structures, uses; occurrence and testing for the industrial gases; • Have an understanding of the properties of the industrial gases; • Have an understanding of the preparation of industrial gases; • Are able to supply basic, balanced chemical reactions to accompany the theory. Learners attend lectures where the reactions indicating the chemical properties and the preparation of the four industrial gases are explained in detail. Studying learning material to understand the structure, properties, uses, preparation, occurrence and testing for the four principle industrial gases. WHAT HOW Group Discussions Tabulate • Learners tabulate structures, uses, occurrence and testing for industrial gases; • Learners summarise the physical properties of each of the gases, ensuring that each chemical reaction is balanced and indicates the state of the substance. • Learners summarise the preparation of the gases, ensuring that each chemical reaction is balanced and indicates the state of the substance. • Learners complete a questionnaire on industrial gases Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire

  21. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: 9122 Demonstrate knowledge of introductory principles of chemistry and physics TF210 Industrial Metals Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of aluminium Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of copper Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of lead Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of tin Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of zinc Understand the occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of iron Know the typical properties of metals

  22. Notional Hours 2 Use Multi media Self Study Field visits Collect Information Media search Interview experts Attend lectures Topic Specification: TF210 Industrial metals Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Have an understanding of the molecular structures, uses; occurrence and testing for the industrial gases; • Have an understanding of the properties of the industrial gases; • Have an understanding of the preparation of industrial gases; • Are able to supply basic, balanced chemical reactions to accompany the theory. Learners attend lectures where the chemical properties and the extraction of the six industrial metals are explained in detail. Studying learning material to understand the properties, uses, occurrence and extraction for the six principle industrial metals. WHAT Group Discussions Tabulate HOW Summarise Analyse, plan and make decisions Describe • Learners tabulate properties, uses, occurrence, and extraction of industrial metals; • Learners summarise the physical properties of each of the metals • Learners summarise the extraction of the metals, ensuring that each extraction reaction is balanced and indicates the state of the substance. • Learners complete a multiple choice questionnaire on industrial metals Sketch / Plot Calculate Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a test/questionnaire