Units and Topics
200 Physical Quantities and Measurement
- Concept of Physical Quantities and Units
- Concept of Length as the Distance Between Two Points.
- Concept of Measurement of Length (Ruler, Measuring Tape)
- Concept for Measurement of Length - Units (Symbol and Full Name)
Name of Unit Symbol centimetre cm meter m Kilometre km inch inch foot ft
- Concept of Mass as Matter Contained in an Object.
- Measuring Mass
- Common (beam) balance
- Physical balance
- Digital balance
- Spring balance
- Measurement of Mass - Units (Symbol and Full Name)
Name of Unit Symbol milligram mg gram g kilogram kg
- Concept of Time in Terms of Hours, Minutes and Seconds.
- Measurement of Time (Clock, Watch, Stopwatch)
- Measurement of Time - Units (Symbol and Full Name)
Name of Unit Symbol Second s Minutes min Hour h
- Concept for Temperature - Measure Of Degree of Hotness Or Coldness of Body.
- Measuring Temperature
- Normal Temperature of a Human Body
- Unit of Temperature
- Temperature scales - Fahrenheit scale, Celsius or Centigrade scale, Kelvin or Absolute scale.
- Concept of Area
- Measurement of Area - Area of Regular Shapes (Using Graph Paper)
- Types of Force
- Effects of Force on Mass (No Effect)
- Effects of Force on Speed
- Effects of Force on Direction (Rest and Motion)
- Effects of Force on Change in Shape and Size
- Effects of Force on Using Real-world Examples
- Concept for Force of Friction
- Force of Friction - Advantages and Disadvantages.
Force as a push or pull.
Effects of force on
Mass (No effect)
Direction (rest and motion)
Change in shape and size
Using real-world examples only.
Force of Friction:
Types – Rolling, Sliding and Static.
Advantages and Disadvantages.
- Simple Machines - Basic Concept
- Simple Machines - Mechanical Advantage
- Types of Simple Machines - Lever
- Types of Simple Machines - Wheel and Axle
- Types of Simple Machines - Pulley
- Types of Simple Machines - Inclined Plane
- Types of Simple Machines - Wedge
- Types of Simple Machines - Screw
- Different Orders of Levers
- Numerical Based on Mechanical Advantage Or Leverage - Load × Load Arm = Effort × Effort Arm.
- Simple Machines:
- Types of Simple Machines:
Wheel and axle
- Different Orders of Levers
- Numerical based on mechanical advantage or leverage
Load × Load arm = Effort × Effort arm.
- Properties of Light
- Rectilinear Propagation of Light
- Applications of Rectilinear Propagation of Light
- Pinhole Camera - Principle and Working
- Pinhole Camera - Factors on Which the Size of the Image Produced Depends on
- Shadows - Umbra
- Shadows - Penumbra
- Shadows - Natural Shadows – Eclipses
- Rectilinear Propagation of Light."
Applications of rectilinear propagation of light.
- Pinhole camera:
Principle and Working
Factors on which the size of the image produced depends on
Natural Shadows – Eclipses
- Concept of Magnetism
- Concept of Magnetic and Non-magnetic Substances.
- Characteristics of a Magnet
- Properties of Magnets
- Concept for Magnetic Field Around a Magnet
- Concept of Earth’S Magnetic Field
- Concept of Making of Magnets
- Concept of Permanent and Temporary Magnets
- Concept of Electromagnets
- Choice of Material for the Core of an Electromagnet
- Care and Storage of Magnets
- Demagnetization by Heating, Hammering and Electricity
- Magnetic and non-magnetic substances.
- characteristics of a magnet.
- properties of magnets
- magnetic field around a magnet.
- Earth’s magnetic field.
- Making of Magnets
- Permanent & temporary magnets and their uses
- Electromagnets and
- choice of material for the core of an electromagnet
- Care & storage of magnets
- Demagnetization by heating, hammering and electricity.
Books For All Subjects
- Concise Physics - Middle School for Class 6 ICSE