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SCIENCE YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK


YEAR TWO 2010

THEME : Learning About Living Things

KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010


Learning Area: 1. Living Things and Non-living Things

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Pupils should learn : Pupils :


 make a list of things they Pupils walk around the school Observing
1&2 1.1 to make observation and see. compound and list the things that Classifying
use the observation to they see. Communicating
group things into living  group what they see into Making inferences
things and non-living living things and non-living Pupils group them into living things
things things. and non-living things.

 record the groups in the


form of a table.

Observing
3&4 Pupils should learn :  State the characteristics of Pupils give reasons why they say Communicating
living things i.e.: something is a living thing e.g it
1.1 to make observation and - they need food and needs food and water, it breathes, it
use the observation to water moves, it grows and it can produce
group things into living - they breathe young.
things and non-living - they can move
things - they grow
- they can produce Pupils look at the grouping that they
young did earlier. Pupils redo their grouping
based on the characteristics of living
 recognize humans, animals things.
ands plants as living things.
Pupils watch videos of animals
eating, moving, growing and
producing young.

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Learning Area: 2 Ourselves

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Pupils should learn : Pupils :
 State that they need to eat Pupils talk about what will happen if Observing
5 2.1 that they need food and and drink to stay alive. they do not eat and drink for a few Making Inferences
water to stay alive. days. Communicating

 List some of the different Pupils list the food that they eat for Making Inferences
6&7 2.1 that they need to eat kinds of food that they eat. breakfast or lunch over one week. Communicating
different kinds of food to Observing
be healthy.  Present the list of food they Pupils present the list of food they eat
eat in the form of a in a week in the form of a pictograph.
pictograph and say what this
shows e.g. the food that is Pupils talk about what the pictograph
eaten most. shows e.g, the food that is eaten the
most in one week.

8&9 2.2 that they need to eat  Recognize that they need to Pupils talk about the importance of Making Inferences
different kinds of food to be eat different foods to stay eating different foods to stay healthy. Communicating
healthy. healthy. Observing
Pupils talk about food that : Using space- time
 State the kinds of food that : a) gives energy, e.g, rice, relationship
- Give energy bread
- Help you grow b) helps you grow, e.g, fish,
- Help you stay chicken
healthy c) helps you stay healthy, e.g,
fruits, vegetables

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Making Inferences
2.3 that we grow and change Pupils look at photographs of Communicating

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 Describe changes in
as we grow older. themselves since birth. themselves since birth to the present. Observing
10 & 11 Using space- time
• State that they grow in Pupils suggest ways in which they relationship
height, size and weight. have changed since they were born.

Pupils talk about how they might


change as they grow older.

Pupils compare clothes and shoes


which were worn when they were
younger to the clothes and shoes
they wear now.

Pupils compare fingerprints/ footprints


among members of their families.

Pupils compare records of their


weight and height from birth to the
present.

Learning Area: 3. Animals

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Pupils should learn : Pupils :


 State that animals need Pupils bring some pets or pictures of Observing
12 3.1 what animals need to live. food, water and air to stay pets to the classroom. They talk Making Inferences
alive. about what the pets need to stay
alive.

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3.2 the different kinds of food  List the foods eaten by some Pupils discuss the needs of different Observing
that animals eat. animals. Communicating

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animals.
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 State that some animals : Pupils watch videos of animals
eat plants eating. They list the names of the
eat other animals animals and the food they eat.
- eat plants and other
animals Pupils visit a zoo at feeding time to
observe what animals eat.

15 & 16 3.3 that animals grow. Pupils are given a set of pictures of Observing
 State that animals grow in animals from baby to adult.
size and weight. Using space-time
 State that animals change Pupils arrange them in order from relationship
as they grow. baby to adult.
 Identify baby animals that
look like their parents. Pupils match pictures of animals to
their babies.
 Identify baby animals that do
not look like their parents. Pupils listen to stories accompanied
by pictures about animals changing
 Describe in what ways the as they grow, e.g, The Ugly Duckling.
baby animals are different
from their parents. Pupils keep tadpoles to observe the
changes from tadpoles to frogs.

Pupils record the changes from


tadpoles to frogs..

Pupils visit a butterfly farm to observe


the different stages of growth of a
butterfly from egg to adult.

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Learning Area: 4. Plants

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Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils grow plants from seeds, e.g, Making Inferences
 Measure a specific volume beans. They water the plants using Communicating
17 & 18 4.1 that plants need the correct of water. different volumes of water. Observing
amount of water for healthy Measuring and using
growth.  Observe and measure the Pupils observe plants growing and numbers
growing plants. measure them.

 Record the observation in a Pupils record the height and the


chart. number of leaves of the growing
plants.

19 4.2 that flowering plants  State that plants need water Pupils compare the plants getting the Observing
produce seeds which grow into to grow but to much water correct amount of water to that of Measuring and using
new plants. may kill them. getting too much water. numbers
Communicating
 Recognize that flowering Pupils observe a plant bearing fruits, Observing
plants produce seeds which e.g, balsam plant. They cut open the
can grow into new plants. fruits to look at the seeds.

 Identify seeds and the Match seeds to plants, e.g, balsam,


plants. papaya, rubber, tomato

REVISE ALL THE TOPIC THAT PUPILS HAD LEARNED


20 MID-YEAR EXAMINATION

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THEME : Learning About The World Around Us

Learning Area: 1. Long and Short

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21 & 22 Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils look at two objects to compare Observing
 State which object is longer their lengths or heights. Measuring and using
1.1 to observe and compare or taller numbers
lengths. Communicating
Pupils look at pictures of objects to
compare their lengths or heights.

Pupils compare their heights by


standing next to each other.

Pupils suggest ways to measure the


length or height of an object.

23 & 24 Pupils should learn:  Describe ways to measure Pupils measure length or height using Observing
length. non-standard tools e.g, using a straw, Measuring and using
1.2 to measure length using a piece of string etc. numbers
non-standard tools.  Measure the length of an Communicating
object using a non-standard Pupils record the length or height of
tool. an object in non-standard
measurement e.g, two straws long.

 Record the length or height Pupils compare their heights by using


of an object in non-standard non-standard measurement.
measurement in a table.

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Learning Area: 2. The Magic of Batteries

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KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010


25 & 26 Pupils should learn : Pupils :
 Identify things that use Pupils discuss in groups and make a Observing
2.1 about things that use batteries. list of things that use batteries. Communicating
batteries.
 List things that use batteries. Pupils are given pictures / video and
are asked to identify the things in the
pictures that use batteries.

27 & 28 2.2 How to use a battery  Are able to use a battery Pupils are given a battery and are Observing
correctly. asked to insert the battery into an Communicating
alarm clock or a toy. Making inferences
 Recognize that a battery
needs to be inserted Pupils observe the change to the
correctly for it to function. alarm clock or toy when the battery is
inserted.
 Describe how to insert a
battery correctly. Pupils observe what happens if the
battery is reversed.

29 & 30 2.3 how to make a complete Pupils draw possible ways of Observing
circuit.  Are able to draw their connecting a battery, wire and a bulb Communicating
working circuit and explain to make the bulb light up. Making inferences
their drawing.
Pupils test their drawing by building
 Are able to make a complete their circuit.
circuit using a battery, wire
and a bulb. Pupils draw and explain what they did
to make the bulb light up.

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Learning Area: 3. Mixing Things

Weeks / Learning Objectives Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Activities Scientific Skills Notes/ Vocabulary
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KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010


Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils are given materials such as Observing
31 & 32  Are able to recognize that sugar, salt, coffee, flour, pepper and Classifying
3.1 that some materials can some materials can dissolve sand. Communicating
dissolve in water and some in water. Making inferences
cannot. Predicting
 Record their observation in a Pupils are asked to add a glass of Experimenting
table. water to each of the materials and stir
It.

Pupils are asked to observe and state


their observation.

Pupils check their observation by:


a) tasting the solutions
b) filtering the solutions.

Learning Area: 4. Push and Pull

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Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils are given a variety of materials Observing
33  Describe what they did to ,e.g, plasticine, sponge, dough. Experimenting
4.1 that pushing and pulling change the shape of Communicating
can change the shape of materials. Pupils are asked to change the shape
objects. of the materials and describe the
action they used to do so, e.g. pull,
twist, stretch.

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Pupils say whether each action is a
push or a pull e.g, stretching is a pull,
squeezing is a push.

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34 4.2 that pushing and pulling  Describe what they did to Pupils are given a toy car or a ball Experimenting
can make things speed up, make things speed up, slow and asked to make it move faster, Communicating
slow down or change direction. down or change direction. slower or change direction, e.g, the Measuring and using
car moves faster when I push it numbers
harder. Prediction
Making Inferences

35 4.3 to make prediction and to  Predict which toy car will Pupils are given toy cars of different Experimenting
test them. travel the furthest. sizes and are asked to predict which Communicating
car will travel the furthest. Measuring and using
 Measure distance in numbers
appropriate units. Pupils test their predictions by making Prediction
the toy cars move and measuring the
 Suggest and give reasons distance traveled by each car in
whether the comparison is standard or non-standard
fair. measurement.

Pupils discuss whether their


comparison is fair ,e.g, I pushed the
big toy car harder so the comparison
is not fair.

36 REVISE ALL THE TOPIC THAT PUPILS HAD LEARNED

37 FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION


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KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010


38 how to make a complete  Are able to make a complete Pupils draw possible ways of Observing
circuit. circuit using a battery, wire connecting a battery, wire and a bulb Communicating
and a bulb. to make the bulb light up. Making inferences

 Are able to draw their Pupils test their drawing by building


working circuit and explain their circuit.
their drawing.
Pupils draw and explain what they did
to make the bulb light up.

39 Pupils should learn : Pupils : Pupils are given a variety of materials Observing
that pushing and pulling can  Describe what they did to ,e.g, plasticine, sponge, dough. Experimenting
change the shape of objects. change the shape of Communicating
materials. Pupils are asked to change the shape
of the materials and describe the
action they used to do so, e.g. pull,
twist, stretch.

Pupils say whether each action is a


push or a pull e.g, stretching is a pull,
squeezing is a push.

that pushing and pulling can  Describe what they did to Pupils are given a toy car or a ball Experimenting
40 make things speed up, slow make things speed up, slow and asked to make it move faster, Communicating
down or change direction. down or change direction. slower or change direction, e.g, the Measuring and using
car moves faster when I push it numbers
harder. Prediction
Making Inferences

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41 to make prediction and to test  Predict which toy car will Pupils are given toy cars of different Experimenting
them. travel the furthest. sizes and are asked to predict which Communicating
car will travel the furthest. Measuring and using
 Measure distance in numbers
appropriate units. Prediction
Pupils test their predictions by making
 Suggest and give reasons the toy cars move and measuring the
whether the comparison is distance traveled by each car in
fair. standard or non-standard
measurement.

Pupils discuss whether their


comparison is fair ,e.g, I pushed the
big toy car harder so the comparison
is not fair.

Revised all the topic that students had learned in the curriculum specification Science Year Two
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