RPP
TeachingLearning Plan I
School : Senior High School
Subject : Physics
Grade/ Semester : X/1
Time allocation : 4 x 45 minutes
A. Standard Competence:
Applying the physical quantity concept and its measurement
B. Basic Competence
Measuring the physical quantity (mass, length, and time)
C. Indicator:
1. Material indicator
a. Comparing the basic ( fundamental) physical quantities and derived
physical apply the unit of basic quantity in SI
b. Determining the dimension of basic quantity
c. Applying the dimensional analysis in problem solving
d. Preparing the appropriate measurement instrument (equipment) and use
it to measure the basic quantity: length, mass, and time correctly and
considering the degree of accuracy, and mathematical error that require
calibration, precision, and sensitivity
e. Explaining the systematic and random error and provide examples
f. Calculating the systematic error in measurement
2. Character Indicator
a. Demonstrated ability to think logically, creative and innovative in
making decicitions
b. Competitive attitude and sportsmanship to get the best results
c. Showed an attitude of confidence, responsible for the behavior, actions,
an work with up holding the value of honesty
D. Learning Objectives:
a. Student can to differ the basic and derived quantities and its unit in SI
b. Student can to derive ( deduct) the derived quantities from basic
quantities
c. Student can to read the measurement result : mass, length, and time by
using the appropriate instruments ( equipment)
E. Main / Central topic
In physics there are two kinds of physical quantities, those are basic quantities and derived quantities. Basic quantities are the physical quantities the units of which are predetermined, while the derived quantities are the physical quantities which the units of which are derived from basic quantities units.
There are seven basic quantities, those are length, mass, time, electric current, temperature, luminous intensity and the amount of substance.
Meanwhile ,the derived quantities are plenty, among the examples are area, volume, density, velocity, energy and power.
F. Learning Method:
a. Presentation
b. Answerquestion
c. Task
G. Learning Scenario
1. Pre activity
a. Preparing students psychologically and physically to engage in the
teaching and learning process
– Praying with the students before the lesson begins
– Checking attendance
– Giving chance for students to have reflection on enjoy for 15 minutes.
This moment give a chance for students to verbally express their
knowledge, love/liking or feeling and how they have applied enjoy.
b. Evoking students motivation/encouraging students and focusing students
attention to actively participate in the teaching and learning process, by
asking question about :
– what do you know about basic quantities?
– What do you know about derived quantities?
– How many basic quantities are there?
– What are the ways to arrange a dimension of quantities?
c. Explaining the goal of the learning or basic competence which will be used.
2. Core Activities
The main activity will be done by using active learning. Teacher delivers the subject matter and discussion including exploration, elaboration and confirmation process will follow.
a. Exploration
In this activity, teacher :
1. Involving students to review in JHS about basic quantities and derived quantities then, discussing classically and proceeding to the application of dimension.
2. Facilitation the happening of student to student interaction, and teacher – student interaction in the discussion.
b.Elaboration
In this activity ,teacher :
1. Giving chance for students to think and analyze the basic quantities and derived quantities and the application of quantity on dimension.
2. Facilitating students to do activity which can encourage the pride and confidence by giving assignment.
3. Facilitating students in the active, cooperative and collaborative learning.
4. Facilitating students in the presenting the result of their thinking in written form and individually.
5. Facilitating students to present the result of their work individually.
C . Confirmation
In this activity, teacher :
1. Giving positive feedback and encouragement.
2. Giving confirmation to wards the result of exploration and elaboration.
3. Facilitating students to have a reflection to get learning experienced from
the activity which the have done.
3. Closing/ Final Activities
In this activity, teacher :
a. Making a summary/conclusion of the subject matter together with
students.
b. Assessing and/or reflect on the activity which have been done
c. Planning followup activity by giving individual assignment
d. Praying and thanking to God that the teaching and learning process has
been well done.
H. Learning Resources:
1. Sunardi,Etsa Indra Irawan.2006.Fisika Bilingual untuk SMA kelas X semester 1 dan 2.Yrama widya.Bandung.
2. Physics Hand Book Grade X
3. Physics Student Work Sheet grade X
I. Evaluation:
Tool type: Instrument
Task ; essay
Competency test : essay
LETICEWORK THE PROCESS OF WRITING
No.  Basic Competent  Indicator  Main Topic  Type of Test  Question Criteria  Question Number 
1.  Measuring the physical quantity (mass, length, and time)  a. Comparing the basic ( fundamental) physical quantities and derived physical apply the unit of basic quantity in SIb. Determining the dimension of basic quantity
c. Applying the dimensional analysis in problem solving

In physics there are two kinds of physical quantities, those are basic quantities and derived quantities. Basic quantities are the physical quantities the units of which are predetermined, while the derived quantities are the physical quantities which the units of which are derived from basic quantities units.There are seven basic quantities, those are length, mass, time, electric current, temperature, luminous intensity and the amount of substance.
Meanwhile ,the derived quantities are plenty, among the examples are area, volume, density, velocity, energy and power.

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J. Instrument:
1. Mention the basic and derived quantities and its unit in SI, each 5 examples.
2. Explain, what kind of basic quantities velocity and mass density are derived?
 Determine the dimensions of the following quantities: force, acceleration, weight, kinetic energy
ANSWER :
 Basic Quantities : mass, length, time, electric current and temperature. ( score = 10 ) and derived quantities : area, volume, density, velocity and energy. ( score = 10 )
 Velocity is derived quantities and density is derived quantities. ( score = 20 )
 Dimension force = MLT^{2} (score = 20 )
Dimension acceleration : LT^{2} ( score = 20 )
Dimension weight : MLT^{2} ( score = 20 )
Dimension kinetic energy : ML^{2}T^{2} ( score = 20 )
Score totally 100.
Principle Pati, July 2011
Of SMA Negeri 1 Pati Teacher of Physic
Drs. Suparno Hadi.P.,MM Nardi,S.Pd
CSN. 195303211983031005 CSN. 196907272005011007
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