An inclined plane is a simple machine. It allows one to use less force to move an object. Examples of inclined planes are ramps, sloping roads and hills, plows, chisels, hatchets, carpenter’s planes, and wedges.
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MEANING INCLINED PLANE
An inclined plane is a simple machine used to raise a load to places higher than the floor level.
EXAMPLES OF INCLINED PLANE
- An axe
- Automatic screwdriver
- Screw jack
- Office chair
- Sliding board on children playground
ADVANTAGES OF INCLINED PLANE
- An axe is used to slide wood.
- Wedge is used to cut wood.
- Automatic screwdriver is used to screw a nut.
- Screw jack is used to lift up a car.
- Office chair is used for balance and position.
- Sliding board is used by children on playground.
- Staircase is used to one floor to another.
- Ladder is used to access to a point on top.
Strategies & Activities
Step: Teacher revises the previous topic
Step 2: Teacher introduces the new topic.
Step3: Teacher endeavors to explain all the points to the pupils thoroughly.
Step 4: Teacher welcomes pupils’ questions.
Step 5: Teacher evaluates the pupils.
- Mention three examples of inclined plane.
- Construct and use inclined plane to move objects.
- State two advantages of inclined plane.