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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN ( P ) SRI AMAN, P.

JAYA
LESSON PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2017
BIOLOGY - FORM 4
WEEK

1
(03/1
06/1)

THEME/ LEARNING
AREA
THEME :
INTRODUCING
BIOLOGY
1.1. INTRODUCTION
TO BIOLOGY

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

ACTIVITIES
Module 1 ( Essay) : Why study Biology?

A student is able to:


Understanding the study
of Biology
Applying scientific
investigation

Teaching
Aids
- Text book
- CD Rom

SKILLS
Attributing
Generating ideas
Noble Values
Having an interest
and curiosity
towards the
environment
Realizing the
science is a means
to understand
nature
Appreciating the
balance of nature

2
(9/1
13/1)
3
(16/1
-20/1)

4
( 23/1
25/1)

THEME :
INVESTIGATING
THE CELL AS A
BASIC UNIT OF
LIVING THINGS

A student is able to:

2.1 CELL
STRUCTURE
AND CELL
ORGANISATION

Understanding cell
organization

2.2 MOVEMENT OF
SUBSTANCES
ACROSS THE
PLASMA
MEMBRANE

A student is able to:

Understanding cell
structure and functions

A simple
explanation.

Appreciating the
uniqueness of the cell

Analysing the movement


of substances across
the plasma membrane

Only a brief
account of
the structure
of the
plasma
membrane is
required

Expt 2.1` ( PEKA 1) Prepare and study slides to compare


the epidermal cells of onion with human cheek cells.
-Observe, draw and label diagrams of an animal cell and
plant cell as seen through a light microscope.
Carry out small group discussion on the
Module 2.1 ( Structure Questions ) Cel structure and
function
Module 2.2( Structure Questions) - cell specification in
multicellular organisms,
Module 2.3 ( Structure Questions )- the necessity for cell
specialization in multicellular organisms.
Module 2.4 -Conduct a discussion on Internal environment
and factors effecting internal environment.
Expt 3.1 -Conduct an experiment using starch suspension
and glucose to study the movement of substances across
Visking tubing

Scientific skills are


applied
throughout
Making inferences
Predicting
Making conclusion

Making inferences
Analysing
Relating
Sequencing
Predicting

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THEME/ LEARNING
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LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

CUTI TAHUN BARU CINA

Teaching
Aids
- Text book
- CD Rom

ACTIVITIES

Making conclusion

26/1
31/1

5
(1/2
3/2)

Understanding the
movement of
substances across the
plasma membrane in
everyday life

6
(6/2
10/2)

Appreciating the
movement of
substances across the
plasma membrane

7
( 13/2
17/2)

explain plasmolysis,
deplasmolysis,
heamolysis and
crenation.
design an experiment to
determine the
concentration of
external solutions
which is isotonic to cell
sap.

The use of
human blood
is
discourage

Module 3.1 -( Structured Questions )Use computer


simulation to show the movement of substances across
the plasma membrane through passive and active
transport.
Discuss the processes of passive transport and active
transport in living organisms
Expt 3.2 /3.3 -Carry out activities to study the effect of
hypotonic and hypertonic solutions on plant and animal
cells

The
concentratio
n of the
external
solution
which
is isotonic to
the cell sap
is
determined
from the
plotted

SKILLS

Expt 3.4 (PEKA2) -Carry out an investigation using various


concentration of salt or sugar solution to determine the
concentration of external solution which is isotonic to the
cell sap of plant tissues.

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THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

LEARNING OUTCOMES
A student is able to:

8
(20/2
24/2)

2.3 CHEMICAL
COMPOSITION
OF THE CELL

9
(27/2
3/3)

Understanding the
chemical composition
of the cell
Understanding
carbohydrates

Understanding proteins
10
(6/3
10/3)

Understanding lipids

UJIAN BULAN MAC

13/3
17/3

18/3
26/3
12
( 27/3
31/3 )

NOTES

ACTIVITIES

SKILLS

graph
Carry out small group discussion on the following and
present the findings:
Module 4.1( Essay Questions) -a) elements in the cell
b) the presence and importance of chemical compounds in
the cell.
Carry out small group discussion on the following and
present the findings: Module 4.2

Chemical
compounds
in the cell
are limited to
carbohydrat
es, lipids,
proteins,
nucleic acids elements in carbohydrates
and water
elements in protein
only.
List the main types of lipids
A brief
account on
the
importance
of
carbohydrat
es, lipids,
proteins and
nucleic acids
is required.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1


2.3 CHEMICAL
COMPOSITION
OF THE CELL

A student is able to:


Understanding enzymes

Realising the
importance of the
chemical composition in
cells

Expt 4.1- To investigate the factors that affect enzyme


Visualising
reaction
Conduct a role-play activity to show in the production of
extracellular enzymes
Module 4.3-( Structure Questions) Discuss the mechanism
of enzyme action using the lock and key hypothesis.

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THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

LEARNING OUTCOMES

13
(3/4
7/4)

14
( 10/4
14/4 )

2.3 CHEMICAL
COMPOSITION
OF THE CELL

2.4 CELL DIVISION

NOTES

SKILLS

list the general


characteristics of
enzymes,
Gather information from the internet and other sources on
the uses of enzymes

A student is able to:

relate the name


of enzyme to substrate,

state sites
where enzymes are
synthesized,

state the
meaning of intracellular
and extracellular
enzymes,

A student is able to:


Understanding mitosis
Understanding meiosis

Visualising

Gather information from the internet and other sources on


the uses of enzymes in
a) daily life, e.g. tenderizing meat
b) industry e.g. food processing and detergent
manufacturing.

Techniques
of cloning
include
tissue
culture

Appreciating the
movement of
chromosomes during
mitosis and meiosis

15
(17/4
21/4)

ACTIVITIES

Module 5.1( Structure Questions) Study charts to identify


the various phases of the cell cycle.
Module 5.2 - Make / study models to demonstrate mitosis
and cytokinesis.

Generating ideas

Use graphic organizers to compare and contrast :


a) meiosis I and meiosis ii.
b) Meiosis and mitosis
Module5.3 -Conduct a debate or forum on cloning issues

Explain the advantages


and disadvantages of
cloning.

THEME :
INVESTIGATING THE
PHYSIOLOGY OF
LIVING THINGS
16
(24/4

3.1 NUTRITION

A student is able to:

Project
Herbs

Module 6.1 -Discuss autotrophic and heterotrophic

Analysing

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THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

28/4)

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

Understanding types
of nutrition
Applying the concept
of balanced diet
Understanding
of malnutrition

Remedy
yang
merupakan
satu projek
etos
sekolah--Green
Projects

17
(1/5
5/5)

Analyzing food
digestion
Understanding the
processes of
absorption and
assimilation of
digested food
Understanding the
formation of faeces
and defecation
Evaluating eating
habits
Realizing the
importance of a
healthy digestive
system

18 - 19
(8/5
19 /5
20
(22/5
26/5)

ACTIVITIES

SKILLS

Expt 6.1 Conduct an expt on function of enzyme in


digestion of starch
Expt 6.2-Conduct an activity to determine the energy
value in food samples.
Expt 6.3 To investigate the content of Vit. C in different
fruit juices.
Module 6.2 ( Structure Questions )-Examine models or
diagrams of the digestive system and cross-section of the
small intestine.
Module 6.3 ( Structure Questions )-Discuss the process
of absorption, assimilation ,defecation and the
importance of defecation

The unit for


energy used
is Joule

PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

3.1 NUTRITION

A student is able to:


Understand the
importance of
macronutrients and
micronutrients in plants
Understand
photosynthesis

Students
gather
information
from internet
resources
Detailed
structure of
chloroplast
is not

Carry out small group discussion on the following


and present the findings:Module 6.4the elements required by plants

Analysing
Analysing
Relating
viewing

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THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

ACTIVITIES

SKILLS

required.

(27/5
11/6)

21
(12/6
16/6)

CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

3.1 NUTRITION

A student is able to:


Understanding the
mechanism of
photosynthesis
Synthesising factors
affecting
photosynthesis

22
(19/6
23/6)

Practising a caring
attitude towards plants
Understanding the
technology used in
food production
Evaluating the
technological
development in food
processing

Students
gather
information
from internet
resources
Detailed
structure of
chloroplast
is not
required.
Detailed
pathways for
light
and dark
reactions are
not
required.

23
(24/6
2/7)
24
( 3/7
7/7 )

Carry out small group discussion on the following


and present the findings :Module 6.4- the elements
required by plants

Discuss the function of micronutrients and effects


of micronutrient deficiency in plants.
Module 6.5( Structure Questions )-Study a cross-section
model of a leaf. Draw and label it.
Module 6.6- With reference to the structure of chloroplast
discuss the light and dark reactions of photosynthesis

Expt 6.4 -Plan and carry out an experiment to


study the effect of light intensity on the rate of
photosynthesis

Analysing
Analysing
Relating
viewing

CUTI HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI

3.2 RESPIRATION

A student is able to:


Understanding the
respiratory process in
energy production

During
experiment,
handle the
following
solution with

Module 7.1- Discuss the energy production in aerobic


respiration
Expt 7.1 - To investigate anaerobic respiration in yeast
Module 7.2- ( Structured question ) Observe graphics and

Making inferences
Analysing
Relating

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WEEK

THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

Analysing the
respiratory structures
and breathing
mechanisms in human
and animal

care :
Alkaline
pyrogallate
and
Concentrate
d potassium
hydroxide

Understanding the
concept of gaseous
exchange across the
respiratory surfaces
and transport and
gases in human
25
(10/7
14/7)

ACTIVITIES
discuss the respiratory structures in human and other
organisms including protozoa, insects, fish and
amphibians

Understanding the
regulatory mechanism
in respiration

Module 7.3- Using a diagram to discuss the process of


gaseous exchange across the surface of the alveolus and
blood capillaries in the lung
Expt 7.2 - Conduct an experiment to investigate the
differences between inhale and exhale air using J tube
Module 7.4- Use a graphic organizer to compare the
process of respiration with the process of photosynthesis
in plants.

Realising the
importance of
maintaining of healthy
respiratory system
Understanding
respiration in plants
26
(17/7
21/7)

THEME:
INVESTIGATING
THE
RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN
LIVING THINGS
AND THE
ENVIRONMENT
4.1 DYNAMIC
ECOSYSTEM

27
(24/7

4.1 DYNAMIC
ECOSYSTEM

A student is able to:


Understanding the
abiotic and biotic
components of the
environment
Understanding the
processes of
colonisation and
succession in an
ecosystem
Synthesising idea on
population ecology

A student is able to:


Understanding the

SKILLS
Making conclusion

Comparing and
contrasting

Emphasis is
Module 8.1-Conduct a field study to identify the abiotic
Analysing
on field
components and identify the biotic components of an
Relating
study for the
ecosystem
viewing
students to

Students present their findings or make a folio.


reinforce
Module 8.2 -( Structure Questions )Study the processes of
their
colonization and succession through video, computer
understandin
software and printed
g in this
Material
area.
Expt 8.1 - Expt on Inter and tntra competition in wheat
fleas

Students are
encouraged
to use

Expt 8.2 - Conduct an analogical expt to study


the pollution size of an organism.

Module8.3 - Discuss the following:


a) meaning of biodiversity,

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WEEK

THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

28/7)

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

concept of biodiversity

multimedia
materials.

Understanding the
impact of
microorganisms on life

28
(31/7
4/8)

ACTIVITIES

SKILLS

b) need for the classification system of organisms.

Using charts, slides and photomicrographs, identify and


list various types of microorganisms.
.

Appreciating biodiversity
29
(7/8
11/8)

LEARNING AREA:
4.2 ENDANGERED
ECOSYSTEM
30
(14/8
18/8)

Analysing

Teaching
aids :
A student is able to:

Evaluating

C
D
Ro
m

Evaluating human
activities that endanger
an ecosystem

Ch
art
s
31
(21/8
25/8)

Understanding the
green house effect and
thinning of the ozone
layer

Sc
ra
pbo
o

Te
xt
bo
ok

Carry out small group discussion on the following and


present the findings- Module 9.1 - 9.2-( Structure
Questions ), 9.3,9.4 -(Essay )
a) Human activities that threaten the ecosystem,
b) The impact of human activities on the ecosystem
c) The effects of unplanned development of the ecosystem
d) effects of pollution
Carry out small group discussion on the following and
present the findings :
-Greenhouse effect , including its cause and effect

Nobles values :
Balance of nature
Being thankful to
God
Being flexible and
open-minded
Thinking rasionally
Being coorperative

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THEME/ LEARNING
AREA

LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOTES

ACTIVITIES

Int
er
net

26/8
3/9
32
(4/9
8/9)
33
(11/9
15/9
34,35,36
(18/9
6/10)

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2


Realizing the
importance of proper
management of
development activities
and the ecosystem

Expt 9.1 To investigate air pollution in school

Expt 9.2 To investigate water pollution in water


samples -BOD level

Discuss the effects of an increase in population on


the ecosystem.

FINAL EXAMINATIONS

40
(24/10
28/10)

Discussion of Final examination

40
(30/10
3/11)

Discussion of Final examination

25/11

REVISION FOR FINAL EXAMINATION

37 - 39
(9/10
27/10)

41 43
(6/11
24/11)

Discuss the effects of an increase in population on the


ecosystem.

INTRODUCTION TO FORM 5 BIOLOGY

END YEAR SCHOOL HOLIDAY

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NOTES

ACTIVITIES

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