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SMK METHODIST (ACS), MELAKA

YEARLY LESSON PLAN 2018


SCIENCE KSSM FORM 1

CONTENT
WEEK LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE LEVEL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
STANDARD

THEME 1: SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY


LEARNING AREA: 1. INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION

1 A student is able to:


02-05 1.1 Science is
/01/2018 part 1.1.1 relate daily activities to Science  Discuss daily life activities that lead to the definition of Science.
of daily life. . 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
skills on introduction to scientific  Students generalise science as a discipline that involves
1.1.2 generalise the meaning of Science. investigation. systematic observation and experiments on natural
2-Understand and explain introduction to phenomena.
1.1.3 summarise the importance of science in scientific investigation.  Brainstorm ideas using concept maps such as i-
everyday life. 3-Apply knowledge on introduction to Think concerning:
scientific investigation and able to carry ● the importance of science in understanding ourselves and
1.1.4 describe the fields of Science. out simple tasks the environment to admire God's creations.
4-Analyse knowledge on introduction to ● fields of science and examples of field of science such as
1.1.5 communicate about careers in Science. scientific investigation in context of zoology, astronomy, microbiology, geology, physiology,
problem solving on events or natural botany,engineering, pharmacology, oceanography,forensics
phenomena. etc.
1.1.6 relate subjects to be studied with science 5-Evaluate knowledge of introduction to ●careers in the field of science
careers of interest. scientific investigation in context of ● subjects to be learnt for a chosen career.
problem solving and decision making to  Group discussions and multimedia presentations on examples
1.1.7 describe innovation in technology. carry out a task. of innovation in technology to solve problems in daily life.
6-Design a task using knowledge and

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A student is able to: science skills on introduction to
1.2 Your science scientific investigation in a  Carry out activities based on the following:
laboratory 1.2.1 identify and state functions of the creative and innovative way in the ● apparatus commonly used in laboratories.
apparatus. context of problem solving and decision ● symbols and examples of hazardous materials in the
making or carry out a task in a new laboratory.
1.2.2 identify symbols and examples of situation with regards to the social ● classification based on self-selected criteria and then present
hazardous materias in the laboratory. values/economy/culture of the the results in a group discussion.
2 1.2.3 draw and label apparatus commonly used community.  Group discussion and presentation of the following :
08-12 in the laboratory and classify based on ● labarotary rules
/01/2018 how it is used ● security measures
1.2.4 justify the regulations and safety ● measures to prevent fires
measures in the laboratory. ● action to be taken in the event of an accident in the
laboratory such as exposed / ingested chemicals, cuts and
inhaling toxic gas.
 Discuss and suggest the use of suitable apparatus in carrying
out an experiment, to save time and material.

3 A student is able to:


15-19 1.3 Physical  Measure physical quantities of length, mass, time, electric
/01/2018 quantities and 1.3.1 identify and use the correct units for current and temperature.
their units different physical quantities.  Collect and interpret data about symbols and values of
1.3.2 identify the symbols and values of symbols for prefixes.
prefixes use in measurement.  Solve problems of conversion of base quantity units.
 Appreciate the effort of experts in creating S.I. units.
1.3.3 convert base quantity units for mass,
 Carry out a multimedia presentation to show the implications of
length and time such as grams to
using inconsistent units in daily life.
kilograms, centimeters to meters,
seconds to hours and vice versa. 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
1.3.4 justify the importance of the use of S.I. skills on introduction to scientific
units in daily life investigation.
2-Understand and explain introduction to

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1.4 A student is able to: scientific investigation.
The use of 3-Apply knowledge on introduction to
measuring 1.4.1 use the right measuring instrument and scientific investigation and able to carry  Carry out station activities using measuring instruments such
instruments, use it in the right way, to measure out simple tasks as rulers, measuring tapes, thermometers, stopwatches, triple
accuracy, 4-Analyse knowledge on introduction to beam balances, ammeters, voltmeters and measuring
consistency,
accurately and consistently the quantities scientific investigation in context of cylinders.
sensitivity and of length, mass, time, temperature and problem solving on events or natural Emphasise the following:
error. electric 1 -Recall the knowledge and phenomena. ● taking readings several times to get an accurate reading.
science skills on biodiversity. 5-Evaluate knowledge of introduction to ●relate the smallest scale value on the measuring device to
1.4.2 use measuring instruments with higher scientific investigation in context of the accuracy of the readings
4 accuracies and compare the problem solving and decision making to  Carry out activities using instruments such as a vernier
22-26 measurements in terms of accuracy, carry out a task. calipers, micrometer screw gauges, electronic balances, digital
/01/2018 consistency and sensitivity. 6-Design a task using knowledge and micrometer screw gauges, digital vernier calipers, digital
1.4.3 explain how to overcome systematic science skills on introduction to thermometer, clinical thermometer, digital rangefinder.
errors and random errors. scientific investigation in a  Carry out activities to reduce systematic error (eg: zero error)
creative and innovative way in the and random error (eg: parallax error).
1.4.4 estimate the length, area, mass or volume context of problem solving and decision  Carry out problem solving activities that involve the skill of
of an object before taking actual making or carry out a task in a new making estimations and then compare with actual
measurements. situation with regards to the social measurements.
1.4.5 explain with examples innovations of values/economy/culture of the  Gather information and carry out multimedia presentations on
various types of measuring instruments community. innovations in measuring instruments.
through a multimedia presentation
1.5 Density A student is able to:
1.5.1 arrange sequentially materials based on  Conduct a scientific investigation of the relationship between
density mass and density for a variety of solids which have the same
1.5.2 predict whether the materials will float volume, for example by using density cubes.
5  Solve problems by using formula of density.
and sink according to density.  Carry out an activity to determine the density of irregular solids
29/01/201 1.5.3 define operational definition of density.
8 using water displacement method.
1.5.4 calculate density using formula (density  Discuss the phenomena in everyday life that involve
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02/02/201
= mass / volume) and water displacement differences in density and presents the results of discussions
8 method. using multimedia. Entrepreneurial element can be applied
1.5.5 explain the phenomena related to the and practiced in this activity.
density difference in everyday life.
1.5.6 innovate objects, food or beverage using
the concept of density.

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1.6 A student is able to:
Steps in a  Teachers are recommended to use station method of the
scientific 1.6.1 differentiate each science process skills. twelve science process skills.
nvestigation.  Design and conduct an experiment for each group to explain
the steps and the scientific method, namely:
1.6.2 make a sequence on the steps of carrying 1. Identify a problem that could be tested by a scientific
out a scientific investigation in the correct investigation
order. 2. Construct hypothesis
3. Outline how variable are manipulated and the
1.6.3 conduct a scientific investigation to solve method of collecting data
a simple problem. 4. Design and conduct scientific investigations
5. Present the data collected
6. Interpreting data and results with scientific
6 reasoning
7. Make a conclusion and present a report.
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MODUL 2 : Scientific Skill
1.7 A student is able to:  Discussion on the importance of:
Scientific • scientific attitudes and values
attitudes and 1.7.1 support scientific attitudes and values • practising scientific attitudes
values in carrying practiced by scientists.
out scientific
investigation
1.7.2 justify the need to practice scientific
attitudes and values when carrying out an MODUL 21: Scientific Skill
investigation
. 1.7.3 practice scientific attitudes and values
while carrying out a scientific
investigation.

THEME 2: MAINTENANCE AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE


LEARNING AREA : 2. CELL AS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIFE 3. COORDINATION AND RESPONSES 4. REPRODUCTION

7 A student is able to:  Show cell division using various forms of multimedia
12-16 presentation (Need not introduce mitosis or meiosis).
/02/2018 2.1.1 explain that living things are made up of The formation of cancerous cells is discussed
cells that carry out life’s functions and  Carry out a scientific investigation on animal cells and
2.1
Cell – structure,
undergo cell division. plant cells using a microscope.
function and 2.1.2 demonstrate the preparation of slides of  Draw and label animal cells and plant cells observed
organization animal cells and plant cells using the under the microscope.
correct procedures.  The structure of animal cells consists of the cell
2.1.3 communicate about each structures in membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus and mitochondria
cells with their functions as well as  whereas plant cell comprise of nucleus, cell wall, cell
compare and contrast animal cells with membrane, mitochondria, chloroplasts and vacuole.
plant cells. [nucleus contains chromosomes made up of
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) which carries genetic
information].
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A student is able to:

2.1.4 explain with examples the characteristics  Presentation using thinking maps on the characteristic of
of unicellular and multicellular organisms unicellular and multicellular organisms
for animal cells and plant cells.
 The various types of human cells - nerve cells,epithelium
2.1.5 differentiate the types and functions of cells, muscle cells, reproductive cells ,blood cells.
animal cells and plant cells.  The various types of plant cells - cells palisade leaves,
guard cells, epidermal cells, capillary root’s cells.

2.1.6 conceptualise the formation of a plant and  The systems in human includes the nervous
an animal with reference to the sequence system,digestive system, skeletal system, excretory
of cell organization: cell tissue organ system, respiratory system, reproductive system,
system  organism. lymphatic system, circulatory system, muscular
system,endocrine system and the integumentary
system.
2.1.7 appreciate and be amazed by the  Multimedia presentation to appreciate how organisms
existence of various organisms. are formed from basic unit of cells

2.2 Cell A student is able to:  The process of cellular respiration needs oxygen and
respiration and glucose to produce energy, carbon dioxide and water.
photosynthesis 2.2.1 communicate about the process of
cellular respiration.  Carry out experiments to show photosynthesis needs
light energy, carbon dioxide, water and chlorophyll to
2.2.2 communicate about the process of produce glucose and oxygen.
8 photosynthesis.
19-23
/02/2018 2.2.3 differentiate the process of cellular
respiration and photosynthesis.
 Relate how cellular respiration and photosynthesis
2.2.4 explain how the process of cellular complement each other for the benefits of life using
respiration and the process of multimedia presentation
photosynthesis complement each other.

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A student is able to:  Gather informations and carry out multimedia
3.1 Homeostasis presentations on how homeostasis regulates body
in living things. 3.1.1 communicate about homeostasis. temperature and water in the human body.
 Carry out activities to show how the biological actions
3.1.2 explain with examples the systems 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
9 involved with homeostasis in humans and skills on maintain and continuity of life.
respond to changes to stabilise the condition of the body.
26/02/18 animals 2-Understand and explain maintain and  Gather informations and make observations on how
- continuity of life. transpiration regulates water in plants.
02/03/18 3.1.3 explain with examples the systems 3-Apply knowledge on maintain and  Carry out brainstorming session to discuss the
involved in plant homeostasis. continuity of life and able to carry out importance of homeostasis using various multimedia
simple tasks presentations.
3.1.4 appreciate the importance of homeostasis 4-Analyse knowledge on maintain and
in humans and living things. continuity of life in
A student is able to: context of problem solving on events or
4.1 Sexual and natural phenomena.
asexual 4.1.1 compare and contrast sexual and asexual 5-Evaluate knowledge of maintain and  Gather and interpret data or information about sexual
reproduction. continuity of life in
reproduction in animals and plants. and asexual reproduction:
10 context of problem solving and decision
making to carry out a task.
• methods of sexual reproduction
05-09 • various types of asexual reproduction
/03/2018 6-Design a task using knowledge and
4.1.2 reason the importance of reproduction. science skills on maintain and continuity  Do a multimedia presentation to explain the importance
of life in a of reproduction and problems that will arise if
4.1.3 be grateful for the ability to reproduce and creative and innovative way in the reproduction decreases for all living things.
the continuation of life as a gift from God. context of problem solving and decision
making or carry out a task in a new
11 situation with regards to the social
12-16 ASSESSMENT 1 values/economy/culture of the
/03/2018 community
A student is able to:
4.2 Human
reproductive 4.2.1 identify the structures and function of the  Carry out multimedia presentations to observe and
system. male and female reproductive systems. discuss the structures and function of the male and
female reproductive systems.
4.2.2 communicate about the physical changes  Discuss the physical changes and experiences during
that occur during puberty. puberty.

12 4.2.3 compare and contrast the male gamete  Use thinking maps to compare and contrast the male
26-30 with the female gamete in the gamete (sperm) and female gamete (ovum) in terms of
/03/2018 reproductive system. the structures and function.
MODUL 11 : Life Process

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A student is able to:
4.3 Menstrual 4.3.1 communicate about the menstrual cycle  Integrate multimedia presentation and thinking maps to
cycle and the sequence of changes in the explain:
uterus lining during menstruation. • menstruation and menstrual cycle.
4.3.2 relate the fertile phase of the menstrual • relate the fertile phase with fertilisation.
cycle to the process of fertilisation. • the importance of practicing good personal hygiene
4.3.3 justify the importance of personal hygiene during menstruation.
during menstruation 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
skills on maintain and continuity of life.
A student is able to:
4.4 Fertilisation 2-Understand and explain maintain and
and continuity of life.
4.4.1 communicate about the process of 3-Apply knowledge on maintain and  Gather and share information about:
pregnancy. fertilisation and the implantation of • fertilisation process.
continuity of life and able to carry out
embryo. simple tasks
13 4-Analyse knowledge on maintain and • the implantation process of embryo.
02-06 4.4.2 justify the importance and functions of continuity of life in
/04/2018 context of problem solving on events or
placenta and umbilical cord. • the development of a zygote into an embryo and
natural phenomena. subsequently into a foetus until birth.
5-Evaluate knowledge of maintain and
4.4.3 describe the development of a zygote
continuity of life in
into an embryo and subsequently into a context of problem solving and decision
foetus during pregnancy until birth. making to carry out a task.
A student is able to: 6-Design a task using knowledge and
4.5 science skills on maintain and continuity  Share information from a nutritionist and to relate the
Factors affecting 4.5.1 relate the importance of taking nutritious of life in a cause and effect of taking healthy nutritious food during
the development food during pregnancy to the health of creative and innovative way in the pregnancy.
of a foetus and context of problem solving and decision
baby..
both mother and foetus.
making or carry out a task in a new  Solve problems of miscarriage or abnormality in
situation with regards to the social
4.5.2 justify the importance of avoiding the I values/economy/culture of the
newborn babies that is commonly associated with
14 ntake of harmful substances to the community unhealthy lifestyle of pregnant mothers such as
09-13 foetus. smoking, drugs abuse and alcohol.
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4.5.3 justify the benefits of breastfeeding  Gather, interprete information and carry out a multimedia
compared to formula milk on the infant’s presentation on the impact of breastfeeding compared to
development. baby formula milk in relation to the infant’s development.

4.5.4 realise that every living creature has a  Make decision whether to breastfeed or use formula
right to live even if its in the womb. milk.

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A student is able to:
4.6 Infertility and ●Methods to overcome infertility - hormone treatment ,
contraception 4.6.1 communicate the meaning of infertility surgery and in-vitro
and how to overcome them. ●Methods of contraception for married couples –
contraceptive pills, implants, condoms and
4.6.2 differrentiate methods of contraception. contraceptive devices in the uterus (Intrauterine
Contraceptive Device, IUCD).
4.6.3 realise the importance of practicing
frequent health screening and to get i  Debate on the abuse of knowledge regarding birth
immediate treatment for problems related control methods and their effect to society.
to reproductive system.

4.6.4 criticise the abuse of knowledge on


contraception methods and its effect to
society.
4.7 A student is able to:
Plant  Dissect different type of flowers to identify the structure
reproduction 4.7.1 communicate about the structure and with its function which include:
function of each part of a flower. • male part of the flower
• the female part of the flower
15 4.7.2 justify the pollination process.  Gather, interpret data and share relevant information on
16-20 the following:
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• pollination process .
• self -pollination and cross-pollination .
• the advantages of cross- pollination .
• the application of cross- pollination in agriculture.

A student is able to:


4.7
Plant 4.7.3 describe the process of fertilisation and  Discuss and carry out multimedia presentation on the
reproduction explain the formation of seeds and fruits process of fertilisation in plants and the formation offruits
in plants. and seeds.
16 4.7.4 describe the germination process of a  Conduct an experiment to determine the required
23-27 seed. conditions for the germination of seeds .
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4.7.5 solve problems if germination does not  Collect and interpret data on the following:
occur. • functions of the different parts of a seed.
• physical changes to the seed during germination in
terms of the growth of the radicle, the plumule and
the cotyledon.

THEME 3: EXPLORATION OF ELEMENTS IN NATURE


LEARNING AREA : 5. MATTER 6. PERIODIC TABLE 7. AIR

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17 A student is able to: 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
30/04/18 5.1 Matter in skills on exploration of elements in  Carry out activities and create a multimedia presentation
- nature 5.1.1 state that almost everything that exists in nature. to show that living things and non-living things have
04/05/18 nature is matter. 2-Understand and explain exploration of mass and occupy space.
elements in nature..
3-Apply knowledge on exploration of
5.1.2 prove that living things and nonliving elements in nature. and able to carry out
things have mass and occupy space. simple tasks
4-Analyse knowledge on exploration of  Carry out activities to differentiate:
5.1.3 differentiate the physical properties and elements in nature. In context of problem • physical properties of matter such as boiling point and
chemical properties of matter. solving on events or natural phenomena. melting point, solubility, heat conductivity.
5-Evaluate knowledge of exploration of • chemical properties of matter such as rusting and
elements in nature. in context of problem flammability.
5.1.4 classify materials by the different solving and decision making to carry out  Carry out activities to classify materials by density,
a task.
characteristics. 6-Design a task using knowledge and
melting point, boiling point and solubility.
science skills on exploration of elements
in nature. in a creative and innovative MODUL 6: Chemical changes
way in the context of problem solving MODUL 18: Changes in matter
and decision making or carry out a task MODUL 30 : Matter 2
in a new situation with regards to the

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5.2 A student is able to:
Three states of  Carry out simulations to conceptualise that matter is
matter 5.2.1 generalise that matter consists of made up of small and discrete particles.
particles.  Carry out visual presentations about the three states of
matter in terms of the arrangement and movement of
5.2.2 compare and contrast three states of particles and relation to the physical properties of solids,
matter based on the kinetic theory in liquids and gas (volume, shape, density and
terms of the arrangement and movement compressibility).
of particles.  Carry out experiments to determine the rate of
diffusion,example copper(ll) sulphate in two states of
5.2.3 use space-time relationships to compare matter (solid and liquid).
rate of diffusion in three states of matter.  Use a diagram or a concept map to illustrate boiling,
18 Carry out experiments to determine the evaporation, condensation, freezing, melting, and
07-11 rate of diffusion, example copper(ll) sublimation.
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sulphate in two states of matter (solid and social values/economy/culture of the  Carry out an experiment to investigate that temperature
liquid). community. of water remains constant during melting and boiling.
5.2.4 describe the change in state of Plot and interpret graphs to show that:
matter, in terms of movement of • Temperature remains constant during the melting and
particles caused by the absorption and the the boiling of water.
release of heat, based on kinetic theory • Mass remains unchanged during; physical
5.2.5 conclude that temperature remains transformation, ie changes in state of matter;
constant during freezing, melting and dissolving solid in a liquid; and expansion by heat
boiling. 5.2.6 conclude that the mass  Create a multimedia presentation about the change of
remains state of matter in daily life.
constant during physical changes. MODUL 7 : Heat
5.2.7 explain with examples the changes of the MODUL 30 : Matter 2
state of matter in daily life

19 A student is able to: 1 -Recall the knowledge and science


14-18 6.1 skills on exploration of elements in  Discuss by using multimedia to explain: • all matter
/05/2018 Classification of 6.1.1 conclude that all matter consists of nature. consists of atoms • atomic structure • sub-atomic
elements atoms. 2-Understand and explain exploration of particles (electron, proton and neutron) • the difference
elements in nature..
3-Apply knowledge on exploration of
between atoms and molecules • the difference between
6.1.2 differentiate between atoms and elements in nature. and able to carry out elements and compounds
molecules as well as elements and simple tasks  By referring to the periodic table, discuss the position of
compounds 4-Analyse knowledge on exploration of metals, non-metals and inert gases.
. elements in nature. In context of problem
6.1.3 identify the position of metal, nonmetal solving on events or natural phenomena. MODUL 6: Chemical changes
and inert gases in the periodic table. 5-Evaluate knowledge of exploration of
elements in nature. in context of problem

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A student is able to: solving and decision making to carry out  Carry out activities to differentiate the characteristics of
a task. metal and non-metal:
6.1.4 differentiate the characteristics of metals 6-Design a task using knowledge and • shiny surfaces
and non-metals. science skills on exploration of elements • ductility
in nature. in a creative and innovative
way in the context of problem solving
• malleable
and decision making or carry out a task • electrical and heat conductivity
in a new situation with regards to the • boiling point and melting point.
6.1.5 appreciate the order of elements that social values/economy/culture of the  Encourage creative writing and presentation in various
20 exist in nature that has allowed people to community. media.
21-25 organize them in the form of a table. MODUL 6: Chemical changes
/05/2018 A student is able to:  Conduct activities to separate a mixture using various
6.2 Mixtures methods such as filtration, distillation, separation by
6.2.1 communicate about examples of using magnets, sedimentation, flotation and
mixtures in daily life
chromatography.
MODUL 6: Chemical changes
6.2.2 solve problem of separating mixtures
through activities based on the different
characteristics of material and physical
methods
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A student is able to:
6.3 Compounds 6.3.1 communicate about compounds in daily  Use various forms of multimedia to illustrate the used of
life. compounds in daily life.

6.3.2 demonstrate the formation of compounds  Carry out activities of heating metal and non-metal to
between metal and non-metal. produce a compound.

6.3.3 conclude that mass is conserved during  Conclude and record that:
chemical change. • mass is conserved during chemical change.
• compound can be separated through chemical method.
23 6.3.4 separate compounds through chemical • differences in physical changes and chemical changes
25-29 methods. during the formation of compounds.
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6.3.5 differentiate between chemical change  Create and carry out a multimedia presentation on the
and physical change. similarities and differences between mixtures and
compounds
6.3.6 differentiate between mixtures and
compounds. MODUL 6: Chemical changes.
A student is able to:
7.1 Composition  Carry out activities to determine the percentage of
24 of
02-06 7.1.1 plan ways to determine and record the oxygen in air.
air composition of air
/07/2018  Interpret a pie chart on the composition of the air to
. realise that air is a mixture.
7.1.2 synthesise the composition of air from a
pie chart.  Interpret and share information on daily life regarding:
7.1.3 justify the importance of oxygen, • the importance of oxygen, nitrogen carbon dioxide
nitrogen carbon dioxide and inert gases gases and inert gases.
in daily life. • the oxygen cycle and the carbon cycle.
• how the carbon cycle and the oxygen cycle maintains
7.1.4 appreciate the carbon cycle and the the percentage of gases in the atmosphere.
oxygen cycle in maintaining the
composition of gases in the air.  The effects of the increase of carbon dioxide emission to
life and the environment.
7.1.5 solve problems when there is/are
interferences to the oxygen and the MODUL 16 : Earth 2
carbon cycle. MODUL 6: Chemical changes

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A student is able to :
7.2 Combustion  Carry out activities to prove that oxygen, heat and fuel
7.2.1 conclude about the conditions needed for are needed for combustion
1 -Recall the knowledge and science
combustion.  List materials used as fire extinguishers for different
skills on exploration of elements in
nature. sources of fire.
7.2.2 relate the conditions of combustion with 2-Understand and explain exploration of
the principles used in the manufacture of fire elements in nature..  Provide materials such as posters to create awareness
extinguishers. 3-Apply knowledge on exploration of among the school community about the causes of fire
elements in nature. and able to carry out and prevention measures.
7.2.3 practice safety measures to prevent the simple tasks
occurrence of fire which can lead to the 4-Analyse knowledge on exploration of
destruction of life and property. elements in nature. In context of problem
solving on events or natural phenomena.
5-Evaluate knowledge of exploration of
A student is able to: elements in nature. in context of problem
7.3 Air Pollution  Discuss and share ideas of air pollution such as haze
solving and decision making to carry out
7.3.1 define air pollution and air pollutants. a task. that frequently hit our country and the sources that
6-Design a task using knowledge and cause these pollutions.
7.3.2 communicate about air pollutants and the science skills on exploration of elements  Collect, interpret and share information about:
causes. in nature. in a creative and innovative
• steps taken by authorities in controlling air pollution.
25 way in the context of problem solving
09-13 and decision making or carry out a task • adverse effects of air pollution on living things and the
7.3.3 justify steps to prevent and control air environment.
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pollution.
social values/economy/culture of the
community.
7.3.4 solve problems on the adverse effects of
air pollution.

THEME 4 : ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF LIFE


LEARNING AREA : 8. LIGHTS AND OPTIC

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8.1 Usage of A student is able to:
mirrors  Use the screen and plane mirror to show the difference
8.1.1 differentiate between a real image and a between real images and virtual images.
virtual image.  Carry out an activity to determine: • characteristics of
the image formed when the light incident on the plane
8.1.2 Communicate about the characteristics of 1 -Recall the knowledge and science mirror. concave mirror (enlarge image) and convex
image formed by a plane mirror, concave skills on light and optic.
mirror and convex mirror mirror (shrink image). • the object distance and image
26 2-Understand and explain light and optic.
16-20 . 3-Apply knowledge on light and optic and distance in a plane mirror with a sketch diagram
/07/2018 8.1.3 state that the object distance is equal to able to carry out simple tasks  Discuss by using a multimedia presentation about these
the image distance in a plane mirror 4-Analyse knowledge on light and optic in application: • plane mirror • concave mirror • convex
context of problem solving on events or mirrors.
8.1.4 use the plane mirror to apply the concept natural phenomena.
MODUL 27: Light
5-Evaluate knowledge of light and optic in
of reflection of light. context of problem solving and decision
making to carry out a task.
8.1.5 justify the application of concave mirror 6-Design a task using knowledge and
and convex mirror in daily life. science skills on light and optic in a
27 A student is able to: creative and innovative way in the
23-27 context of problem solving and decision
/07/2018 8.1.6 construct an optical instruments to making or carry out a task in a new  Carry out an activity to design an optical instruments eg.
appreciate the use these of optical i situation with regards to the social periscope or kaleidoscope.
values/economy/culture of the
nstruments to enhance the ability of the
community
human senses.
 The use of mirrors such as:
8.1.7 solve problems in daily life involving the • the side mirror and rear view mirror in the car.
application of plane mirror, concave mirror • the plane mirror use by dentist during treatment.
and convex mirror. • the convex mirror placed at the dangerous roads.

8.2.1 communicate about the properties of  Properties such as the speed of light and natural
8.2 Characteristic
of
light. phenomena (the formation of shadows, lightning
light appearing before thunder, rainbows).
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A student is able to:
8.3 Reflection of  Identify the characteristics of image formed by a plane
light 8.3.1 state the characteristics of image formed mirror and sketch the image observed.
by a plane mirrors
 Carry out an experiment to measure the angle of
8.3.2 communicate aboiut the Law of incidence, i and angle of reflection, r, and determine the
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reflection, r.
03/08/18 8.3.3 draw ray diagrams to show the reflection  Introducing The Law Of Reflection.
of light

8.3.4 solve problems in daily life.with the  Example on the use of the concept of reflection of light.
application of reflection of light.

A student is able to:


8.4 Refraction of
light 8.4.1 Generalise that refraction occurs when  Collect and interpret these information about the
light moves through médium of different following • Refraction of light
densities
.  Carry out activities to show that light refract away when
8.4.2 draw ray diagrams to show refraction of travel from a medium to another medium with different
light when light propagate from one density.
medium to another medium of different
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8.4.3 generalise the relationship between the between the angle of incidence, i and angle of refraction, r.
angle of incidence, i and angle of
refraction, r, when light travels from a
medium of low density to a medium of
high density.  Conduct a library research and make the presentation of
the phenomenon of refraction.
8.4.4 justify the applications of refraction of light
in daily life.

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A student is able to:
8.5 Dipersion of
light 8.5.1 communicate about the dispersion of  Collect and interpret information about the dispersion of
light. light and phenomena related to the dispersion of light.

8.5.2 explain with an example the dispersion of  Carry out activities to study the following:
light in daily life. • dispersion of light by using prism
• formation of rainbow.

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8.6.1 communicate about scattering of light  Using various forms of multimedia for interpreting
8.6 Scattering of Using various forms of multimedia for information about scattering of light.
light interpreting information about scattering
of light.
8.6.2 explain with an example scattering of light  Carry out activities to study the effect of scattering of
in daily life 1 -Recall the knowledge and science light.
skills on light and optic. Collect and interpret information about the following
2-Understand and explain light and optic.
● scattering of light
3-Apply knowledge on light and optic and
able to carry out simple tasks ● natural phenomena such as blue sky and reddish
4-Analyse knowledge on light and optic in sunset.
context of problem solving on events or
A student is able to: natural phenomena.
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27-31 Addition and of 8.7.1 identify primary colours context of problem solving and decision  Carry out activities to study:
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of light 8.7.2 identify the addition of primary colours 6-Design a task using knowledge and • the addition of light using the primary color filter to
to produce secondary colours. science skills on light and optic in a produce secondary color (cyan, magenta and yellow
creative and innovative way in the • subtraction of light that occurs when light is absorbed
8.7.3 communicate about subtraction of light context of problem solving and decision or subtracted by colour filters.
. making or carry out a task in a new • the difference between the addition and subtraction of
8.7.4 record the colours formed on the screen situation with regards to the social
when light apsses through colour filters. light.
values/economy/culture of the
community
8.7.5 differentiate the addition and subtraction
of light.

8.7.6 explain with examples addition and Gather information and do a multimedia presentation
substraction of light in daily life.
THEME 5: EXPLORATION OF EARTH AND SPACE
LEARNING AREA: 9: EARTH

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A student is able to: 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
9.1 skills on earth.  Create a multimedia presentation about the Earth
System and 9.1.1 communicate about the system of the 2-Understand and explain earth.
structure that consist of four main spheres that
structure of the Earth 3-Apply knowledge on earth and
Earth able to carry out simple tasks ishydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere and geosphere.
4-Analyse knowledge on earth in ● Atmospheric stratification and its role, including the
context of problem solving on events or depletion of the ozone layer. Introduce that
natural phenomena. temperature and pressure changes with altitude in the
5-Evaluate knowledge of earth in atmosphere.
context of problem solving and decision ● Ocean stratification from the surface to the dark zone
making to carry out a task. including the distribution of life forms in them.
6-Design a task using knowledge and
science skills on earth in a
Distribution of other water bodies on Earth such as
creative and innovative way in the seas, rivers, glasiers,clouds and ground water is also
context of problem solving and decision introduced.
making or carry out a task in a new  Create a visual presentation to show the differences
situation with regards to the social between crust, mantle and core of the Earth including
9.1.2 explain differences in Earth layers based values/economy/culture of the the lithosphere, asthenosphere & mesosphere.
on its composition and physical community
characteristics.  Discuss that the Earth is the only home for every living
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characteristic. MODUL 14: Earth structure

A student is able to:


9.2  Carry out an activity and present a multimedia
Substance of the 9.2.1 explain type and characterictic of rocks. presentation on the three types of rocks e.g.igneous
Earth rocks, sedimentary rocks and metamorphic rocks based
9.2.2 communicate on how to differentiate the on its formation.
process of rock formation.
MODUL 14: Earth structure
A student is able to
9.3 :
Main processes of 9.3.1 explain the different Earth processes that  Gather information about exogenic and endogenic
the Earth effect the changes on Earth. processes and present it using a multimedia
presentation.
9.3.2 communicate about exogenic and  Exogenic process – weathering, erosion, mass
endogenic processes. depletion, land depletion, transport and sedimentation.
 Endogenic process – mantle convection process,
magma activity, Earth crust movement (tectonic layer)

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A student is able to:
9.4 Geohazard  Collect, interpret data through a multimedia presentation
phenomena 9.4.1 communicate about geohazard. on geohazards e.g. earthquake,volcanism, land slide,
tsunami, global warming,acid rain, quicksand and
sinkholes
 Discuss and share ideas on how science and technology
9.4.2 generate ideas on how science and
technology are used to prepare for can be use to prepare for the possibilities of geohazards.
geohazards.  Using various media to explain impact of enviromental
disasters e.g. loss of life, loss of property, diseases, and
starvation. Highlight the need to symphatise with victims
33 9.4.3 realise that enviromental disasters effect of environmental disaster.
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A student is able to:
9.5 Age of the  Gather and share informations about the geological time
Earth 9.5.1 communicate about geological time scale scale of the Earth and method to determine the age of
of the Earth. the Earth.
 Using visual graphic presentation to present about
9.5.2 explain the method to determine the age fossils and relate it to earth history.
of the Earth.  Discuss how knowledge on fossils can help modern
science.
9.5.3 communicate about fossils. Using visual
graphic presentation to present about MODUL 15: EARTH 1
fossils.

9.5.4 reason about the importance of fossils in 1 -Recall the knowledge and science
skills on earth.
the advancement of contemporary 2-Understand and explain earth.
science.

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A student is able to: 3-Apply knowledge on earth and
9.6 Earth 9.6.1 explain surface water and its risks. able to carry out simple tasks  Search for information and carry out a multimedia
resources and 9.6.2 explain the importance of underground 4-Analyse knowledge on earth in presentation on surface water and aquifers.
applied geology water and its risks. context of problem solving on events or  Carry out a multimedia presentation on the formation of
9.6.3 communicate about economic minerals. natural phenomena. petroleum and coal.
Economic minerals consist of metallic 5-Evaluate knowledge of earth in  Discuss the economic prospects of hydrothermal
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earth minerals. 6-Design a task using knowledge and
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9.6.4 explain the formation of petroleum and science skills on earth in a  Debate how exploitation of Earth’s resources without
coal. creative and innovative way in the proper planning may cause adverse effects on living
9.6.5 communicate about the hydrothermal context of problem solving and decision things on Earth.
process. making or carry out a task in a new
9.6.6 solve problems about the negative situation with regards to the social
effects of unplanned human activities values/economy/culture of the
on all living things on Earth community
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