# Preparation Of A Scheme Of Work And A Lesson Plan For 2 Classes (Other (Not Listed) Sample)

Preparation of a scheme of work and a lesson plan for 2 classes.

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1 SCHEME OF WORK…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………3

2 LESSON PLAN…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5

LESSON PRESENTATION…………………………………………………………………………………………………………6

3 LECTURE NOTES…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

4 TEACHING NOTES………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

5. REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

SCHEME OF WORK

School…………DedanKimathi University of Technology

Class……………Bachelor of Education in Technology (Mechanical Engineering 3.2)

Subject…………Mechanics Science

Duration from……Sep ….To….Dec…..

week

Lesson number

TOPIC

SUBTOPIC

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

METHODES OF TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT

LEARNING RESOURCES

REFERENCES

REMARKS

1

1

THICK

CYLINDERS

1. Development of lames theory.

2.deriving the longitudinal stress equation

By the end of the lesson learners should be able to

1. Develop Lame's theory for hoop and radial stress.

2. Derive the longitudinal stress equation

-brainstorming

-Asking questions related to thick cylinder

- Deriving the longitudinal stress equation

-Asking learners to derive the above equations.

Observation and identification.

-Question and answer.

-Discussion

-Coping notes.

Lectures

-Group discussions

Demonstrations

-CATS

-Assignment

A Chart

-White board

-Text books

-teaching notes

-maker pen

.MECHANICS OF MATERIAL 1 THIRD EDITION E.J.HEARN Ph.D., B.Sc. (Eng.)

University of Warwick

2

THICK

CYLINDERS

1.Deriving the equation of thick cylinders-internal pressure only.

2.Deriving equation of maximum shear stress

By the end of the lesson students should be able to

1.derive the equation of thin cylinder internal pressure only.

2. derive the equation for maximum shear stress

-Dering the equation of thick cylinders-internal pressure only.

-Deriving equation of maximum shear stress

Observation and identification.

-Question and answer.

-Discussion

-Coping notes.

Lectures

-Group discussions

Demonstrations

-CATS

-Assignment

A Chart

-White board

-Text books

-teaching notes

-maker pen

.MECHANICS OF MATERIAL 1 THIRD EDITION E.J.HEARN Ph.D., B.Sc. (Eng.)

University of Warwick

week

Lesson number

TOPIC

SUBTOPIC

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

METHODES OF TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT

LEARNING RESOURCES

REFERENCES

REMARKS

1

1

COMPOUND

CYLINDERS

1.Introduction to compound cylinders

2.compound cylinders of same material

3.determination of lames constants

By the end of the lesson learners should be able to

1.Explain how a compound cylinder is formed

2. Break down a compound cylinder problem in three effect

3. determine the lames constants for this 3 effects

-showing calculations of compound cylinders

-ask the students to discuss on how to determine lames constants

-Explaining about compound cylinders of same materials

Observation and identification.

-Question and answer.

-Discussion

-Coping notes.

Lectures

-Group discussions

Demonstrations

-CATS

-Assignment

A Chart

-White board

-Text books

-teaching notes

-maker pen

.MECHANICS OF MATERIAL 1 THIRD EDITION E.J.HEARN Ph.D., B.Sc. (Eng.)

University of Warwick

2

COMPOUND

CYLINDERS

1.Shrinkage/

Interferences allowance.

2. Hub on solid shaft.

By the end of the lesson students should be able to

1.Explain what is a shrinkage allowance

2.Derive equations involved in shrinkage

3.Handle shrinkage problems.

-Explaining on shrinkage/interferences allowance.

-Explaining on solid shaft.

Observation and identification.

-Question and answer.

-Discussion

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- Preparation Of A Scheme Of Work And A Lesson Plan For 2 ClassesDescription: Arousing interest. Introducing the lesson by linking the learner's daily experience with thick cylinders. Building rationale as to why thick cylinders are important in our daily life. Settling down for the lesson. Listening....6 pages/≈1650 words| No Sources | Other | Education | Other (Not Listed) |