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(Subject: SCIENCE)

Form : 4 Opal
Day : Wednesday
Date : 27th January 2016
Time : 9.15 a.m. to 10.25 a.m. (70 minutes)
Subject : Science
Topic : Body Coordination
Subtopics : 2.4 Proprioceptors
2.5 The Human Brain and its Complexity
Main Concepts : a. What are proprioceptors?
b. What are the parts in the human brain?
c. What is the function of each part?
Key Words : Proprioceptors, cerebrum, cerebellum, medulla oblongata, spinal
Aim : 1. To ensure students are able to explain the function of
2. The ensure students understand the functions of the human brain.
Learning Objectives : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1. Explain what proprioceptors are.
2. Identify the main parts of the human brain.
3. State the functions of each main part of the human brain.
4. Explain what voluntary action is, give examples of voluntary action.
5. Explain what involuntary action is.
6. Give examples of involuntary action.
7. Explain the effects of injuries to specific parts of the human brain.

Noble Values :

1. Appreciating and practising clean and healthy living.

2. Being thankful to God

Thinking Skills : Relating, analysing, making conclusions, comparing and
contrasting, visualising, identifying
Teaching Methods : 1. Discussion with students
Teaching Aids : 1. Slide of proprioceptors and the human brain
2. Short activity
3. Science Process Skills, Form 4
1. Yeap Tok Heng. 2015. eNotes Science SPM. Petaling Jaya: Sasbadi Sdn. Bhd
2. Hayati et al. 2005. Science Form 4. Bangi: Pustaka Alhas (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Content Procedure Teachers Classroom Material/Notes


Introduction 1. Discussion of 1. How did all of 1. Textbook

(15 minutes) previous lesson you manage
regarding the to arrange the 2. Wooden blocks
nervous blocks while
pathway. being
2. Teacher states blindfolded?
the objective of 2. Your
todays lesson. proprioceptors
3. Teacher calls for which are in
a group of your muscles,
students as tendons and
volunteers. ligaments
4. Students are help your
given rectangular senses even
wooden blocks when you are
and blindfolded. blindfolded.
5. They are asked 3. Next, lets see
to arrange the how the brain
blocks. works.

Development 1. A video of 1. Observe the 1. Models
(45 minutes) the structure parts of the videos of the
1. Parts of the of the human human brain. human brain
human brain brain, i.e. the 1. Each part play 2. Textbook
cerebrum, a different
cerebellum function and
and medulla controls
oblongata is different
observed. functions.
2. The 2. The functions
functions of are voluntary
the various and
parts of the involuntary
brain are actions.
discussed. 3. Draw and
label the parts
of the brain in
your note
4. One volunteer
from each
group will be
coming out to
examples of
voluntary and
1. Conclusion 1. Lets make a 1. Repetition of
Closure is made conclusion of lesson
(10 minutes) 2. Homework is todays learned
1. Summary of assignment lesson. 2. Exercise is
lesson 2. First, lets given for
2. Homework take a few students to
minutes to consolidate
recall what we concept
have learned learned
3. For more
about this
topic, please
complete the
exercises on
Pages 11-14
from your
Process Skills

4. We will
review the
answers on
5. Thank you

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