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SCIENCE

SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
3/1/201
7
CLASS 2 Amanah TIME 8:00 9:30 ATTENDAN
am CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA
CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES

LEARNING 1.1 Understanding the sensory organs and their functions


OBJECTIVE
LEARNING
A student is able to :
OUTCOMES
1. identify and relate a sensory organ to its stimulus,
2. state the pathway from stimulus to response.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe an object. Answer the following questions:


ACTIVITIES What is the color of .?
Engage
How do you know its color?
If you close your eyes, can you tell what color it is?
Discuss in pairs to identify how a human can sense changes in his
Explore surroundings.
Relate the sensory organs to its stimulus.
Explain Present their findings on senses, sensory organs and stimuli.
Elabora
Discuss what happens in our body after a stimulus is detected.
te
Evaluat List down the sensory organs and stimuli related to each senses.
e Draw a flow map to show the pathway from stimulus to response.
T & L AIDS Video clips, laptop & LCD projector, content map of human senses
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature

REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :


Draw and label the human skin.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
3/1/201
7
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 13:00 ATTENDAN
14:00 pm CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA
CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES

LEARNING 1.1 Understanding the sensory organs and their functions


OBJECTIVE
LEARNING
A student is able to :
OUTCOMES
1. identify and relate a sensory organ to its stimulus,
2. state the pathway from stimulus to response.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe an object. Answer the following questions:


ACTIVITIES What is the color of .?
Engage
How do you know its color?
If you close your eyes, can you tell what color it is?
Discuss in pairs to identify how a human can sense changes in his
Explore surroundings.
Relate the sensory organs to its stimulus.
Explain Present their findings on senses, sensory organs and stimuli.
Elabora
Discuss what happens in our body after a stimulus is detected.
te
Evaluat List down the sensory organs and stimuli related to each senses.
e Draw a flow map to show the pathway from stimulus to response.
T & L AIDS Video clips, laptop & LCD projector, content map of human senses
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human skin.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
3/1/2017
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME 11:00 ATTENDAN
12:30 CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES
1. identify the structure of the human respiratory system,
2. identify the structure of the lung.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a computer simulation and identify the body system shown.


ACTIVITIES Engage Observe a diagram of human respiratory system and identify the
lungs.
Students are divided into groups. Discuss in groups to identify the
Explore
structure of the human respiratory system and the lungs.
Describe the structure of the human respiratory system and the
Explain
lungs.
Build a functional model of the human respiratory system to show the
Elabora
relationship between the air pressure in the thoracic cavity and the
te
exhalation.
Draw and label the human respiratory system.
Evaluat Draw and label the human lungs.
e Make a flow map to show the pathway of inhaled air in the respiratory
system.
T & L AIDS Computer software, diagrams/models of human respiratory system/lungs, laptop
& LCD projector
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Complete the lungs model.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
4/1/2017
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME ATTENDAN
(1 hour) CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. describe the process of inhalation and exhalation,
2. relate the changes of air pressure in thoracic cavity to inhalation and
exhalation,
3. describe the breathing mechanism.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Observe a model of human respiratory system and identify the lungs.
ACTIVITIES Explore Work in groups to build a functional model of the human respiratory
system.
Present how the model represent the human respiratory system.
Explain
Demonstrate how the model works.
Elabora Relate the changes of air pressure in the thoracic cavity with the
te process of exhalation or inhalation.
Evaluat Describe the process of inhalation and exhalation.
e Describe the breathing mechanism.
T & L AIDS models of human respiratory system/lungs, plastic bottle, balloon, straws, tape,
plasticine
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Complete the report on the lungs model.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
4/1/2017

CLASS 3 Tekun TIME 13:00 ATTENDAN


14:30 CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

LEARNING 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism


OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES
1. identify the structure of the human respiratory system,
2. identify the structure of the lung.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a computer simulation and identify the body system shown.


ACTIVITIES Engage Observe a diagram of human respiratory system and identify the
lungs.
Students are divided into groups. Discuss in groups to identify the
Explore
structure of the human respiratory system and the lungs.
Describe the structure of the human respiratory system and the
Explain
lungs.
Build a functional model of the human respiratory system to show the
Elabora
relationship between the air pressure in the thoracic cavity and the
te
exhalation.
Draw and label the human respiratory system.
Evaluat Draw and label the human lungs.
e Make a flow map to show the pathway of inhaled air in the respiratory
system.
T & L AIDS Computer software, diagrams/models of human respiratory system/lungs, laptop
& LCD projector
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Complete the lungs model.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
DAY / DATE MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
4/1/2017
CLASS 2 Amanah TIME 111:30 - ! ATTENDAN
2:30 am CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.2 Understanding the sense of touch
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. identify the structure of the human skin involved in stimuli detection,
2. state the function of different receptors,
3. draw conclusion on the sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the body.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of patriotism
technology and
LEARNING approach learning elements
society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Project
METHODS Experiment
m learning (collaborative learning)
Simulation/ The use of
Koperatif Others :
role-play technology

Observe a diagram of human skin. One group is chosen to describe the


Engage
ACTIVITIES human skin using the diagram.
Students are divided into groups. Carry out an activity to investigate the
Explore
sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the body towards stimuli.
Present their findings on the sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the
Explain
body towards stimuli.
Elabora Discuss the sensitivity of the skin in connection to the following situations:
te receiving an injection, using Braille to read.
List down the receptors found in human skin and its functions.
Classify the parts of human body that is less sensitive and more sensitive
Evaluat
towards touch stimulus.
e
Give reasons why different parts of human body have different sensitivity
towards stimuli.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human skin, paper clips, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human nose / tongue.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
5/1/2017
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 0830 - 0930 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.2 Understanding the sense of touch
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. identify the structure of the human skin involved in stimuli detection,
2. state the function of different receptors,
3. draw conclusion on the sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the body.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of patriotism
technology and
LEARNING approach learning elements
society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Project
METHODS Experiment
m learning (collaborative learning)
Simulation/ The use of
Koperatif Others :
role-play technology

Observe a diagram of human skin. One group is chosen to describe the


Engage
ACTIVITIES human skin using the diagram.
Students are divided into groups. Carry out an activity to investigate the
Explore
sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the body towards stimuli.
Present their findings on the sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the
Explain
body towards stimuli.
Elabora Discuss the sensitivity of the skin in connection to the following situations:
te receiving an injection, using Braille to read.
List down the receptors found in human skin and its functions.
Classify the parts of human body that is less sensitive and more sensitive
Evaluat
towards touch stimulus.
e
Give reasons why different parts of human body have different sensitivity
towards stimuli.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human skin, paper clips, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human nose / tongue.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
5/1/2017
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME 1300 - 1400 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. describe the process of inhalation and exhalation,
2. relate the changes of air pressure in thoracic cavity to inhalation and
exhalation,
3. describe the breathing mechanism.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Observe a model of human respiratory system and identify the lungs.
ACTIVITIES Work in groups to build a functional model of the human respiratory
Explore
system.
Present how the model represent the human respiratory system.
Explain
Demonstrate how the model works.
Elabora Relate the changes of air pressure in the thoracic cavity with the
te process of exhalation or inhalation.
Evaluat Describe the process of inhalation and exhalation.
e Describe the breathing mechanism.
T & L AIDS models of human respiratory system/lungs, plastic bottle, balloon, straws, tape,
plasticine
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Complete the report on the lungs model.

07/01/2017(Jumaat)

Masa : 0700 - 0900

Mesyuarat Agung Rumah Sukan


SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
9/1/2017
CLASS 3 Tekun TIME 0830 - 0930 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. describe the process of inhalation and exhalation,
2. relate the changes of air pressure in thoracic cavity to inhalation and
exhalation,
3. describe the breathing mechanism.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Observe a model of human respiratory system and identify the lungs.
ACTIVITIES Explore Work in groups to build a functional model of the human respiratory
system.
Present how the model represent the human respiratory system.
Explain
Demonstrate how the model works.
Elabora Relate the changes of air pressure in the thoracic cavity with the
te process of exhalation or inhalation.
Evaluat Describe the process of inhalation and exhalation.
e Describe the breathing mechanism.
T & L AIDS models of human respiratory system/lungs, plastic bottle, balloon, straws, tape,
plasticine
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE Classifying Defining operationally
THINKING SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Complete the report on the lungs model.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
9/1/2017
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 1000 - 1130 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.3 Understanding the sense of smell
OBJECTIVE 1.4 Understanding the sense of taste
LEARNING A student is able to
OUTCOMES 1. identify the structure of the nose,
2. identify the position of the sensory cells in the detection of smell,
3. identify the different areas of the tongue that respond to different taste,
4. relate the sense of taste with the sense of smell.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Using a diagram of human nose, identify the structure of the nose and
ACTIVITIES the position of the sensory cells.
Engage
Using a diagram of human tongue, identify the different areas of the
tongue that respond to different tastes.
Explore In groups, carry out activities to find how taste is related to smell.
Explain Present their findings on how taste is related to smell.
Elabora
Discuss why a person with flu finds that his food seem tasteless.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway from smell receptor/taste
e receptor to brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human nose/tongue, several food item, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human ear.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
10/1/201
7
CLASS 2 Amanah TIME 0800 - 0930 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE
LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES
LEARNING 1.3 Understanding the sense of smell
OBJECTIVE 1.4 Understanding the sense of taste
LEARNING A student is able to
OUTCOMES 1. identify the structure of the nose,
2. identify the position of the sensory cells in the detection of smell,
3. identify the different areas of the tongue that respond to different taste,
4. relate the sense of taste with the sense of smell.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Using a diagram of human nose, identify the structure of the nose and
ACTIVITIES the position of the sensory cells.
Engage
Using a diagram of human tongue, identify the different areas of the
tongue that respond to different tastes.
Explore In groups, carry out activities to find how taste is related to smell.
Explain Present their findings on how taste is related to smell.
Elabora
Discuss why a person with flu finds that his food seem tasteless.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway from smell receptor/taste
e receptor to brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human nose/tongue, several food item, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human ear.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
10/1/201
7
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 1300 - 1400 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.3 Understanding the sense of smell
OBJECTIVE 1.4 Understanding the sense of taste
LEARNING A student is able to
OUTCOMES 5. identify the structure of the nose,
6. identify the position of the sensory cells in the detection of smell,
7. identify the different areas of the tongue that respond to different taste,
8. relate the sense of taste with the sense of smell.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Using a diagram of human nose, identify the structure of the nose and
ACTIVITIES the position of the sensory cells.
Engage
Using a diagram of human tongue, identify the different areas of the
tongue that respond to different tastes.
Explore In groups, carry out activities to find how taste is related to smell.
Explain Present their findings on how taste is related to smell.
Elabora
Discuss why a person with flu finds that his food seem tasteless.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway from smell receptor/taste
e receptor to brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human ear , computer software, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human ear.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
10/1/201
7
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME 1100 1230 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.2 Understanding the transport of oxygen in the human body
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. describe the diffusion of oxygen from alveoli into the blood capillaries
2. describe the transport of oxygen by blood.
3. Describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries into the cells
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a computer software and gather information about


Engage
ACTIVITIES transportation of oxygen
Work in groups and interpret diffusion of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood
Explore capillaries into the cells,

Explains the way transport of oxygen by the red blood cells in the form of oxyhaemoglobin.
Explain
Relate the diffusion of oxygen from blood capillaries into the body
Elabora
cells.
te
How the body cells gets oxygen?
Evaluat Describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries into the
e cells
T & L AIDS Computer software, textbook and sps book.
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map / Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the / Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
11/1/2017
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME 1000 - 1100 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.3 Realizing the importance of a healthy respiratory system
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES List the substances which are harmful to the respiratory system.
Explain the effects of pollutants on the respiratory system,
List the diseases of the respiratory system,.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a model of human damage lungs. Observe computer


Engage
ACTIVITIES software about harmful pollutants towards our respiratory system.
Teacher shows an experiment about the effect of cigarette smokes to
Explore ht respiratory system .students in group observe and record the
changes.
Explain Students explain the substances in the cigarette smokes that are harmful to the respiratory
system .
Elabora
Relate the pollutants in the air and the effect on the respiratory system.
te
Evaluat Present how the effect of harmful substances such as toxin and carcinogen causes diseases
e on the respiratory system.
T & L AIDS An experiment set of the effect of the cigarette smokes, textbook ,sps book
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data / Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
. make notes about the pollutants and its effects to
the respiratory system

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
11/1/2017
CLASS 3 Tekun TIME 1300 - 1430 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.2 Understanding the transport of oxygen in the human body
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES 1. describe the diffusion of oxygen from alveoli into the blood capillaries
2. describe the transport of oxygen by blood.
3. Describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries into the cells
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Observe a computer software and gather information about


ACTIVITIES transportation of oxygen
Work in groups and interpret diffusion of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood
Explore capillaries into the cells,

Explains the way transport of oxygen by the red blood cells in the form of oxyhaemoglobin.
Explain
Relate the diffusion of oxygen from blood capillaries into the body
Elabora
cells.
te
How the body cells gets oxygen?
Evaluat Describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries into the
e cells
T & L AIDS Computer software, textbook and sps book.
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map / Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the / Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
11/1/2017
CLASS 2 Amanah TIME 1130 - 1230 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.4 Understanding the sense of taste
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING
A student is able to
OUTCOMES
1. identify the different areas of the tongue that respond to different taste,
2. relate the sense of taste with the sense of smell.
Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS /
m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Using a diagram of human tongue, identify the different areas of the


Engage
ACTIVITIES tongue that respond to different tastes.
Explore In groups, carry out activities to find how taste is related to smell.
Explain Present their findings on how taste is related to smell.
Elabora
Discuss why a person with flu finds that his food seem tasteless.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway from smell receptor/taste
e receptor to brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human nose/tongue, several food item, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label the human ear.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
12/1/2017
CLASS 2 Amanah TIME 0700 - 0800 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE
LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES
LEARNING 1.5 Understanding the sense of hearing
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING
A student is able to
OUTCOMES
identify the structure of the human ear,

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS /
m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Using a diagram of human ear, identify the different areas of the ear.
ACTIVITIES In groups, carry out activities to find how the sounds go through and
Explore
can be detected.
Explain Present their findings on how the sounds go through the ear.
Elabora
Discuss why a person gets sea sick or ear blocks.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway of sounds wave through ear to
e brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human ear, computer sofware, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
State the functions of each part in the ear.
SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
12/1/2017
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 0830 - 0930 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.5 Understanding the sense of hearing
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING
A student is able to
OUTCOMES
identify the structure of the human ear,

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS /
m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Engage Using a diagram of human ear, identify the different areas of the ear.
ACTIVITIES In groups, carry out activities to find how the sounds go through and
Explore
can be detected.
Explain Present their findings on how the sounds go through the ear.
Elabora
Discuss why a person gets sea sick or ear blocks.
te
Evaluat Build a flow map to show the pathway of sounds wave through ear to
e brain.
T & L AIDS Diagram of human ear, computer sofware, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
State the functions of each part in the ear.

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
DAY / DATE Y AY Y
12/1/2017
CLASS 3 Kreatif TIME 1300 - 1400 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA 2. BLOOD CIRCULATION AND TRANSPORT

LEARNING 2.1 Understanding the transport system in humans.


OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES - describe the circulatory system as a system of tubes with a pump and valves that ensure one-way flow of
blood.
- state the function of the heart,
- identify the structure of the human heart.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS /
m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a model of human hearts. Observe the structure of heart in


Engage
ACTIVITIES the textbook.
Students examine and labels the structure of the human heart. Students need to find out
Explore why the ventricles wall is thicker than the wall of auricle?

Explain Students explain the path flow of blood from the body/lungs to the heart (each structure in
the heart) .
Elabora
Relate the different thickness of the left and right ventricles in the pressure of pumping blood.
te
Evaluat
Present how the heart functions.
e
T & L AIDS An experiment set of the effect of the cigarette smokes, textbook ,sps book
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Draw and label a human heart.

Tarikh : 13/01/2017 ( Hari Jumaat)

Menghadiri Taklimat Pertandingan Bola Tampar MSSD di SM Kian


Kok.
SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
16/1/201
7
CLASS 3 Tekun TIME 0830 - 0930 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION


LEARNING 1.3 Realizing the importance of a healthy respiratory system
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to :
OUTCOMES List the substances which are harmful to the respiratory system.
Explain the effects of pollutants on the respiratory system,
List the diseases of the respiratory system,.

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS /
m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y

Observe a model of human damage lungs. Observe computer


Engage
ACTIVITIES software about harmful pollutants towards our respiratory system.
Teacher shows an experiment about the effect of cigarette smokes to
Explore ht respiratory system .students in group observe and record the
changes.
Explain Students explain the substances in the cigarette smokes that are harmful to the respiratory
system .
Elabora
Relate the pollutants in the air and the effect on the respiratory system.
te
Evaluat Present how the effect of harmful substances such as toxin and carcinogen causes diseases
e on the respiratory system.
T & L AIDS An experiment set of the effect of the cigarette smokes, textbook ,sps book
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data / Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
. make notes about the pollutants and its effects to
the respiratory system

SCIENCE
SUBJECT Week 1
MONDAY TUESDA WEDNESD THURSDA FRIDAY SATURDAY
Y AY Y
DAY / DATE
16/1/201
7
CLASS 2 Tekun TIME 1000 - 1130 ATTENDAN
CE
THEME MANAGEMENT & CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA CHAPTER 1 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES


LEARNING 1.5 Understanding the sense of hearing
OBJECTIVE
LEARNING A student is able to
OUTCOMES identify the structure of the human ear,
explain the function of the different parts of the ear,

Science ,
TEACHING AND Inquiry Mastery Inculcation of
/ technology
LEARNING approach learning patriotism elements
and society
STRATEGIES/ constructivis Contextual Experimen Project
METHODS m learning t (collaborative learning)
The use of
Simulation/
Koperatif technolog Others :
role-play
y
Engage Using a diagram of human ear, identify the different areas of the ear.
ACTIVITIES In groups, carry out activities to find out the function of the different
Explore
parts of the ear.
Explain Present their findings on how each parts of the ears functions.
Elabora
Discuss the how we can hear.
te
Evaluat
Complete the questions in the sps book after their findings.
e
T & L AIDS Diagram of human ear, computer sofware, activity book, textbook
SCIENCE PROCESS Using space-time
/ Observing
SKILLS/ CRITICAL& relationship
CREATIVE THINKING Classifying / Defining operationally
SKILLS Making inferences Controlling variables
Predicting Making Hypothesis
Interpreting data Experimenting
Measuring &using
/ Communication
numbers
i THINK Circle map Bubble map Flow map Brace map
Double bubble Multi-flow
Tree map Bridge map
map map
SCIENTIFIC Interest and curiosity towards the Cooperative
ATTITUDES AND environment.
NOBLE VALUES Honest and accurate in recording and Virtuous
validating data.
Appreciating the contribution of science
Flexible and open-minded.
and technology
Diligent and persevere when carrying out a / Appreciate Gods gift
task.
Systematic, confident and ethic. / Appreciate and practice clean and healthy
living
/ Being responsible about the safety of Realising that science is means to
oneself, others and the environment. understand nature
REFLECTION Homework to be given: Checked by :
Label the structure of the eye.

Tarikh : 16/01/2017 Hari: (Isnin)

Kelas : 5 S Tempoh : 30 Minit Bilangan Pelajar : ____


orang

Mata pelajaran : Relif

Bidang Pembelajaran : Nilam( Membaca teks berhubungkait dengan


matapelajaran sains)

Objektif Pembelajaran : Membuat ulangkaji ke atas topic yang mereka telah


belajar dan harus memahaminya.

Hasil Pembelajaran : Di akhir pengajaran ini, murid dapat :


a) Menuliskan sekurang-kurangnya satu aktiviti yang telah di
jalankan dalam satu bab.
b) Menerangkan hasil aktiviti yang telah dilaksanakan.

Sikap Saintifik dan


Nilai Murni : a) Hormat menghormati dan bekerjasama

Pengetahuan
Perlu Ada : a) Pelajar perlu tahu pengajaran yang telah dilaksanakan.

Refleksi :