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SCIENCE Grade 9 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Plant Biology - Photosynthesis; Minerals; Water; Pollination; Fertilization; Adaptation
6 to 31 6 to 26
Ecology - Animal adaptation; Ecology; Food web and energy flow; Decomposers

Week 2: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Material Properties - The structure of the atom; Trends in the Periodic Table of Elements
60 to 79 43 to 51
Energy Changes - Burning; Exothermic reactions; Endothermic Processes

Week 3: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Forces In Action - Density and pressure calculations; Pressure in gases and liquids
120 to 139 81 to 101
Forces In Action - Turning effects of a force; Principle of moments; Calculations

Week 4: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Ecology - Population; Pollution; Habitat destruction and protection
32 to 59 27 to 42
Inheritance - Variation; Inheritance; Selective breeding; Natural selection; Charles Darwin

Week 5: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Reactivity - Metals and oxygen; Metals and water; Reactivity series; Displacement
80 to 97 52 to 62
Reactivity - Salts; Preparing a salt using metal and acid

Week 6: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Electricity - Static; Positive and negative charges; Electrons; Conductors and insulators
140 to 159 102 to 111
Circuits - Electric current; Changing circuits; Series and parallel connections

Week 7: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Reactivity - Metal carbonates and acids; Forming salts by neutralization
98 to 119 63 to 80
Reactivity - Rates of reactions; Surface, temperature, and concentration; Catalysts

Week 8: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Energy - Energy transformations; Fossil fuels; Renewable and nonrenewable resources
160 to 175 112 to 121
Energy - Conduction of heat; Convection; Radiation; Evaporation
Primary Book: Cambridge Checkpoint Science 9, Coursebook and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 8 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Plant Biology - Photosynthesis and the leaves; Water transport and the roots
6 to 31 6 to 23
Nutrition - Nutrients; Diet; Digestion and absorption; Digestive system, Enzymes

Week 2: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


States of Matter - Particle Theory; Investigating diffusion; Brownian Motion
68 to 85 52 to 63
Elements - Atoms; Elements; The Periodic Table of Elements

Week 3: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Motion - Measuring and calculating speed; Constant and changing speed; Graphs
124 to 145 86 to 104
Sound - Sounds and vibrations; How sounds travel; How we hear

Week 4: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Human Body - Circulatory System; Heart; Blood vessels; Blood
32 to 53 24 to 41
Human Body - Respiratory System; Gas exchange; Aerobic respiration; Health

Week 5: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Compounds - Compounds; Formulae; Compounds and mixtures
86 to 103 64 to 73
Mixtures - Separating mixtures; Chromatography; Solutions and solubility

Week 6: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Light - Light and shadow; Reflection and bending; The Visible Spectrum
148 to 175 108 to 129
Magnetism - Magnets and poles; Field patterns; Electromagnets; Electric currents

Week 7: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Human Body - Reproductive System; Gametes; The sperm and egg
54 to 67 42 to 51
Human Body - Development of an embryo; Stages of growth; Lifestyle and health

Week 8: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Solubility investigation; Physical and chemical change; Burning, Reactions with acids
104 to 123 74 to 85
Rearranging atoms; Conservation of mass; Chemical reactions; Rusting
Primary Book: Cambridge Checkpoint Science 8, Coursebook and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 7 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Plants and humans as organisms; Plant organs; Human organs
6 to 25 12 to 21
Characteristics of living organisms; Micro-organisms and decay

Week 2: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


States of matter; Particle Theory; Changing state
68 to 89 44 to 55
Properties of metals and nonmetals; Everyday materials and their properties

Week 3: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Forces and Motion - Forces; Weight and gravity; Friction; Air resistance
128 to 153 73 to 86
Energy - Using energy; Chemical stores; Thermal energy; Kinetic energy

Week 4: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Micro-organisms and food; Animal and plant cells; Cells, tissues, and organs
26 to 45 22 to 29
Ecology - Adaptations; Humans and food chains; Pollution

Week 5: CHEMISTRY Coursebook Workbook


Acids and alkalis; The pH scale, Neutralization in action
90 to 107 56 to 65
Investigating acids and alkalis; Rocks, minerals, and soils

Week 6: PHYSICS Coursebook Workbook


Energy on the move; Changing forms of energy; Conservation of energy
154 to 179 86 to 97
Astronomy - Day and night; The planets; The moon and its phases; 400 years of astronomy

Week 7: BIOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Ecology - Ozone depletion; Conservation; Energy resources
46 to 67 30 to 43
Classification - Variation in species; Classifying plants, vertebrates, and invertebrates

Week 8: GEOLOGY Coursebook Workbook


Igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks; Weathering and erosion
108 to 127 65 to 72
Fossil records; The structure and age of the Earth; The geological timescale
Primary Book: Cambridge Checkpoint Science 7, Coursebook and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 6 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


The microscope; Micro-organisms; Plant cell and animal cells; Organization of life
7 to 27 4 to 9
Human body systems; Skeletal system; Muscular system

Week 2: EARTH SCIENCE Pupil's book Workbook


The Earth's past; Fossils and evolution; Earth's weather system and climate 62 to 75; 139 40 to 45
Planets, stars, and galaxies; Observing the universe; Telescopes; Space Travel to 149

Week 3: PHYSICS Pupil's book Workbook


Light and its properties; Mirrors and lenses; Understanding eye conditions
86 to 106 53 to 64
Sound and its properties; Musical instruments; Echolocation and its importance

Week 4: CHEMISTRY Pupil's book Workbook


Atoms; Elements, Compounds; Molecules; Chemical reaction
49 to 61 28 to 35
Acids and bases; The pH scale; Metals and nonmetals

Week 5: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Nervous system, Circulatory system; Excretory system
34 to 48 16 to 23
Different diseases; Healthy lifestyle; Vaccination; Drugs and its side effects

Week 6: PHYSICS Pupil's book Workbook


Circuits and electricity; Safety measures; Conductors and insulators
107 to 132 65 to 76
Lightning hazard; Magnetism; Earth's magnetic poles

Week 7: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


The microscope; Micro-organisms; Plant cell and animal cells; Organization of life
7 to 27 4 to 9
Human body systems; Skeletal system; Muscular system

Week 8: CHEMISTRY Pupil's book Workbook


Atoms; Elements, Compounds; Molecules; Chemical reaction
49 to 61 28 to 35
Acids and bases; The pH scale; Metals and nonmetals
Primary Book: Macmillan Science 6, Pupil's Book and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 5 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Different nutrients in our food; Food groups; Food and energy; Digestion and Absorption
11 to 38 4 to 16
Ecosystem; Jobs in an ecosystem; Threats to environment; Conservation and the 3R's

Week 2: CHEMISTRY Pupil's book Workbook


Elements, compounds, and mixtures; Physical and chemical changes; Solutions
39 to 58 20 to 31
Properties of water; Properties of air; Components of water and air

Week 3: EARTH SCIENCE Pupil's book Workbook


Water sources; The water cycle; Deseases; Water treatment and conservation
59 to 77 35 to 45
The Earth's atmosphere; Air pollution; Global warming

Week 4: PHYSICS Pupil's book Workbook


Types of motion; Forces and their effects; Investigating friction
94 to 117 57 to 67
Simple machines; Levers, pulleys, block and tackle, screws, gears; Complex machines

Week 5: EARTH SCIENCE Pupil's book Workbook


The changing Earth; Plate tectonics; Different types of volcanoes
78 to 93 46 to 53
The rock cycle; Earthquakes and tsunamis; The Richter scale for earthquakes

Week 6: PHYSICS Pupil's book Workbook


Understanding light and shadow; Reflection and refraction; The human eye
118 to 141 68 to 76
Lenses; Prisms; The colors around us; Optical instruments

Week 7: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Different nutrients in our food; Food groups; Food and energy; Digestion and Absorption
11 to 38 4 to 16
Ecosystem; Jobs in an ecosystem; Threats to environment; Conservation and the 3R's

Week 8: CHEMISTRY Pupil's book Workbook


Elements, compounds, and mixtures; Physical and chemical changes; Solutions
39 to 57 20 to 31
Properties of water; Properties of air; Components of water and air
Primary Book: Macmillan Science 5, Pupil's Book and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 4 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Living and nonliving things; Charateristics of life: Growth, Reproduction, Movement
11 to 26 4 to 13
Sensitivity and response, Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion

Week 2: CHEMISTRY Pupil's book Workbook


Different materials: Metals and nonmetals; Conductors and insulators
71 to 92 41 to 55
Heat transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation; Phase change

Week 3: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Plant parts and characteristics; Variety of plants; Photosynthesis
27 to 47 14 to 23
Investigating thye leaves; roots; Flowers, fruits, and seeds; Mushrooms

Week 4: EARTH SCIENCE Pupil's book Workbook


The Earth's interior; Types of rocks; Minerals and their properties; Weathering
93 to 118 60 to 70
The Earth's waters; Life under the ocean; Waves and tides

Week 5: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Animal Life; Classifying vertebrates and invertebrates
48 to 70 24 to 35
Habitats and adaptations; People and the environment

Week 6: PHYSICS Pupil's book Workbook


Energy: sources and uses; Solar energy, wind, and waves
119 to 143 74 to 93
Sound waves; Human ear; The Solar System

Week 7: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Living and nonliving things; Charateristics of life: Growth, Reproduction, Movement
11 to 26 4 to 13
Sensitivity and response, Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion

Week 8: BIOLOGY Pupil's book Workbook


Animal Life; Classifying vertebrates and invertebrates
48 to 70 24 to 35
Habitats and adaptations; People and the environment
Primary Book: Macmillan Science 4, Pupil's Book and Workbook
SCIENCE Grade 3 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Pupil's
Week 1 Workbook
book
Becoming a scientist; The world of plants
Understanding the function of plant parts: leaves, roots, stem, 4 to 23 4 to 19
and flowers

Pupil's
Week 2 Workbook
book
The world of animals; Animal's response to climate; How
animals are born 27 to 47 20 to 35
How people grow and develop; The food that we eat

Week 3 Pupil's Workbook


book

Why do we need a balanced diet?; Keeping food clean and safe


48 to 70 36 to 55
What is matter?; Investigating the properties of different
materials; Phases of matter

Pupil's
Week 4 Workbook
book
Changes in the state of matter; Understanding Light and color;
Rainbows
71 to 92 56 to 75
The Sun, Earth, and the Moon; The changing Moon; The Solar
System

Primary Book: Macmillan Science 3, Pupil's Book and Workbook


SCIENCE Grade 2 Condensed Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1 Student book

Living things and their environment; What living things need


Land environment: forest, prairie, desert 16 to 27
Water environment: marsh, swamp, ocean

Week 2 Student book

Animals and their babies; Grouping plants into flowering and cone
bearing; Grouping animals with and without backbones 28 to 39
Observing similarities and differences between babies and parents

Week 3 Student book

Keeping our bodies healthy: healthy habits, eating well, exercising,


keeping clean, visiting a doctor 40 to 51
Staying safe: protecting our body, cleaning our wounds

Week 4 Student book

Different land and water formations


52 to 63
Earthquakes and volcanoes; The Sun in our sky

Primary Book: Pearson Big Science 2, Student Book


Grade 9 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Plant Biology The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand the process of photosynthesis Checkpoint Science 9
* discover carbohydrates are manufactured and stored * Coursebook
* discover the mineral salts essential to plants pages 6 - 31
* understand the importance of water to plants * Workbook
* revisit the parts of a flower and the pollination process pages 6 - 26
* discover how fertilization occurs in plants
* understand how different fruits disperse their seeds

2 Organism Adaptations * discover ways how plants adapt to different environments


* discover ways how animals adapt to different habitats
* discover how scientists study about the ecosystem
* revisit the food web and the energy flow in it
* discover the role of the decomposers

Week 2: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Structure of an Atom The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand the real structure of an atom Checkpoint Science 9
* discover the subatomic particles and their properties * Coursebook
* learn the evolution of the atomic model pages 60 - 79
* learn how atoms are placed in periodic table of elements * Workbook
* discover the trends in group 1 elements pages 43 - 51
* discover other trends in the periodic table of elements

2 Chemical Reactions * discover how the process of combustion takes place


* understand what an exothermic reaction is
* understand what an endothermic process is
* differentiate endothermic from exothermic processes

Week 3: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Density, Pressure, and The students must be able to Cambridge
Moments * identify the two factors that affect the density of a matter Checkpoint Science 9
* perform computations relating to the density formula * Coursebook
* understand the effects of varying densities pages 120 - 139
* understand and explain the idea of pressure * Workbook
* identify the two factors that affect the amount of pressure pages 81 - 101
* perform computations relating to the pressure formula
* understand what fluid pressure is
* discover what the turning effect of a force is
* learn the principles of moments
* identify the two factors that affect moment of force
* compute and solve problems relating to moments
Week 4: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Human Activities and Ecology The students must be able to Cambridge
* predict population growth using tables Checkpoint Science 9
* understand factors that affects population growth * Coursebook
* understand the effects of different types of pollution pages 32 - 59
* learn how habitat destruction plays an important role * Workbook
in the survival of different organisms pages 27 - 42
* learn how humans can protect and preserve the ecosystem

2 Diversity of Species * identify organisms using keys


* understand what species variation is and its causes
* discover how inheritance is coded in genes
* understand and differentiate gene, DNA, and chromosome
* learn how DNA studies are used in selective breeding
* understand the process of natural selection
* learn more about Charles Darwin and his theory

Week 5: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Understanding Chemical The students must be able to Cambridge
Reactions * learn more about metals and their reactions with acids Checkpoint Science 9
* learn how metals react in water * Coursebook
* learn how metals react in dilute acids pages 80 - 97
* understand the reactivity series * Workbook
* understand and explain what a displacement reaction is pages 52 - 62
* discover the uses of displacement reactions
* undertsand what salts are and how they are formed
* learn how salts are prepared using acids and metals

Week 6: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Ecology and Human Activities The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand what static electricity is Checkpoint Science 9
* understand what electric forces are * Coursebook
* explain the difference between positive & negative charge pages 140 - 159
* explain what electric current is * Workbook
* explain the differences between conductors and insulators pages 102 - 111
* explain how electri currect operates a circuit
* explain the differences between series and parallel circuits
* perform computaions involving current, resistance, and
voltage
* identify the parts of a circuit
* draw circuit diagrams: parallel and series
Grade 8 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Plant Biology The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand how photosynthesis works Checkpoint Science 8
* understand the leaf structure and its functions * Coursebook
* investigate proofs of photosynthesis in action pages 6 - 31
* investigate the different types of root system * Workbook
* investigate the internal structure of stems pages 6 - 23
* take a closer look at xylem, phloem, and the roothair

2 Human Health * learn the definition of nutrients


* review the basic food groups and their roles
* understand the components of a balanced diet
* understand how the body absorbs the food we eat
* take a closer look at the human digestive system
* understand the functions of each organ of digestive system
3 Micro-organisms (1) * investigate the human set of teeth
* identify the enzymes crucial to food digestion

Week 2: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Particle of Matter The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand what the particle theory of matter is Checkpoint Science 8
* use the particle theory to explain phase change * Coursebook
* understand and explain what diffusion is pages 68 - 85
* discover what the Brownian Motion is * Workbook
* understand how gas pressure is formed pages 52 - 63
* investigate the factors that affect gas pressure

2 A Closer Look at Atoms * understand the basic deffinition of atom and element
* differentiate atoms from elements
* learn the connection of elements and their chemical names
* take a closer look at the periodic table of elements

Week 3: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 An Object's Velocity The students must be able to Cambridge
* identify the differences between speed and velocity Checkpoint Science 8
* understand the basic concept of speed computations * Coursebook
* learn how to convert units of speed pages 124 - 145
* find speed, distance, or time in a given situation * Workbook
* discover different patterns of movements pages 86 - 104
* understand and interpret distance-time graphs

2 Anatomy of Sound Waves * understand and define what sounds are


* understand how the amplitude affects the loudness
* understand how the frequency affects the pitch
* discover how sound varies in different mediums
* understand why sound cannot travel in space
* discover the capabilities of the human ear

Week 4: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Human Circulatory System The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand the main function of the circulatory system Checkpoint Science 8
* take a closer look at the heart and its parts * Coursebook
* discover how blood moves around the body pages 32 - 53
* discover the blood's compositions and functions * Workbook
* discover the different blood types pages 24 - 41
* understand and explain the different blood vessels

2 The Human Respiratory System * understand the main function of the respiratory system
* discover how gas exchange takes place inside the lungs
* understand and explain what aerobic respiration is
* understand how respiration aids in energy production
* discover the effects of cigarettes to human health

Week 5: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Compounds and Mixtures The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand the differences of an element and a compound Checkpoint Science 8
* understand the differences of a compound and a mixture * Coursebook
* learn how to make chemical formulae pages 86 - 103
* discover the different mixture we use everyday * Workbook
* learn the process of separating components of mixtures pages 64 - 73
* understand what chromatography is
* understand and explain the different states of solutions
* explain the factors that affects solubility

Week 6: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Propagation of Light Waves The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand and explain how light travels Checkpoint Science 8
* understand how shadows form * Coursebook
* understand and explain how light waves are reflected pages 148 - 175
* understand and explain how light waves are bent * Workbook
* understand what the visible spectrum is pages 108 - 129
* discover how light filters work

2 The World of Magnets * discover magnets and magnetic materials


* discover how magnetic poles work
* discover how magnetic fields look like
* understand how electricity can produce a magnet
* understand how electromagnets (EM) work
* discover the factors that affect the strength of an EM
* discover the relationship between electric currents
and electromagnetic field
Grade 7 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Organ Systems The students must be able to Cambridge
* understand the basic organs and functions of a plant Checkpoint Science 7
* learn the basic organ systems of the human body * Coursebook
* study the parts of the skeletal system pages 6 - 25
* differentiate fixed and movable joints * Workbook
* study the parts of the muscular system pages 12 - 21
* discover how muscles work
* know some professions that focus on the human body

2 Characteristics of Living * explain the different characteristics of any living thing


Organisms - nutrition and absorption; growth and development
- movement and locomotion; excretion
- sensitivity and response; reproduction; respiration

3 Micro-organisms (1) * define what a micro-organism is


* identify simple micro-organisms
* discover the role and importance of micro-organisms

Week 2: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Phases of Matter The students must be able to Cambridge
* learn the properties of the three different states Checkpoint Science 7
* explain the particle theory for solid, liquid, and gas * Coursebook
* understand and explain how phase change occurs pages 68 - 89
* Workbook
2 Materials Around Us * discover the important properties of metals pages 44 - 55
* discover the important properties of nonmetals
* compare and contrast metals with nonmetals
* identify the materials that we use in everyday living

Week 3: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Forces Around Us The students must be able to Cambridge
* identify the forces in the environment Checkpoint Science 7
* identify the different forces acting on an object * Coursebook
* learn some basic computations relating to force pages 128 - 153
* explain the force exerted by the gravity * Workbook
* learn how friction and air resistance work pages 73 - 86
* compare friction and air resistance

2 The Moving Energy * identify the different forms of energy


* identify different sources of energy
* discover the energy induced by gravity
* discover the energy gained by moving objects
* understand thermal energy and temperature
* understand the balance of PE and KE
Week 4: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Micro-organisms (2) The students must be able to Cambridge
* discover the importance of micro-organisms in food Checkpoint Science 7
* discover how micro-organisms induce diseases * Coursebook
* study plants in microscopic level - the plant cell pages 26 - 45
* study animals in microscopic level - the animal cell * Workbook
* associate common cells to form tissues and organs pages 22 - 29

2 Adaptations of Living Things * learn the importance of habitats and specific adaptations
* identify the different organisms in a food chain
* study how humans are classified as the apex predators
* study how human activities affect the ecosystem
* discover how pollution affects the wildlife

Week 5: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Acids and Bases The students must be able to Cambridge
* identify what are acids and what are bases Checkpoint Science 7
* understand what alkalis are * Coursebook
* learn simple steps in determining acids and bases pages 90 - 107
* know the basic properties of acids and bases * Workbook
* understand how acids and bases are formed pages 56 - 65
* learn the process of neutralization
* discover what salts are
* learn some deficiency diseases
* discover the different functions of acids and bases

2 Chemistry of the Earth * differentiate rocks and minerals


* learn the chemical components of rocks
* investigate the properties and components of the soil

Week 6: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Ecology and Human Activities The students must be able to Cambridge
* discover what causes the depletion of the ozone layer Checkpoint Science 7
* learn the negative impacts of the destruction of ozone * Coursebook
* understand the importance of conservation pages 46 - 67
* learn activities that promotes conservation * Workbook
* understand what renewable resources are pages 30 - 43

2 Classification * understand what makes a species


* learn how to properly name a species
* learn what causes variation within the same species
* learn how to classify plants
* understand the different characteristics of plant types
* understand the variations between plant structures
* learn how to classify vertebrates
* understand the different characteristics of vertebrates
* learn how to classify invertebrates
* understand the different characteristics of invertebrates
* differentiate vertebrates from invertebrates
Grade 6 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Microscope The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* name the basic parts of a microscope * Pupil's Book
* learn the different types of microscopes pages 7 - 27
* learn a brief history of microscopes and microbiology * Workbook
pages 4 - 12
2 Discovering Cells * learn about the single-celled organisms
* learn the parts of a cell and their functions
* compare and differentiate animal from plant cells
* draw cells with their basic organelles

3 Tissues and Organs * learn about cell growth and division


* compare different cells in the body
* learn how organs and tissues are formed

4 The Organ Systems (A) * learn how organ systems work


* name parts and functions of the basic systems
* focus on skeletal and muscular systems

Week 2: EARTH SCIENCE


Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Earth's History The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* learn about Earth's eons, eras, and periods * Pupil's Book
* learn about fossils and the evolution of life pages 62 - 75
pages 139 - 149
2 The Earth's Atmosphere * learn about Earth's weather conditions and phenomena * Workbook
* learn about weather instruments and readings pages 40 - 45
* learn about Earth's climates and seasons pages 87 - 94
* learn about the ozone layer and global warming

3 The Earth In Space * learn the comparative sizes of the planets


* learn about the galaxies and the life of a star
* learn how astronomers observe the universe
* learn a brief history of telescopes and astronomy

Week 3: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Properties of Light The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* differentiate reflection from refraction * Pupil's Book
* learn how flat and curved mirrors work pages 86 - 106
* learn how prisms work to show light spectrum * Workbook
* investigate how the colors of a rainbow are formed pages 53 - 64
* investigate how lenses and the human eye work
* learn about the different optical instruments

2 Properties of Sound * learn the physical characteristics of sound waves


* learn how sound is reflected and absorbed
* discover the usefulness of echolocation
* differentiate sound and noise
* learn about musical instruments
* the decibel scale and supersonic speeds

Week 4: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The World of Particles The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* differentiate an atom, an element, and a molecule * Pupil's Book
* differentiate a compound and a mixture pages 49 - 61
* learn some basic elements and their properties * Workbook
* learn how matter is classified into pure and mixture pages 28 - 35
* learn what protons, electrons, and neutrons are

2 Properties of Chemicals * learn the basic bonds that form in a reaction


* differentiate and compare acids, bases, and salts
* enumerate common acids and bases and their properties
* learn how the pH scale works
* differentiating metals and nonmetals

Week 5: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Organ Systems (B) The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* focus on the nervous system * Pupil's Book
* focus on the circulatory system pages 34 - 48
* focus on the respioratory system * Workbook
* focus on the excretory system pages 13 - 23
* learn how to prevent possible organ failures

2 Diseases and Drugs * learn about the common communicable diseases


* learn some deficiency diseases
* learn the diseases related to unhealthy lifestyle
* learn the things one must do to stay healthy
* learn how diseases spread
* learn the importance of vaccination
* investigate drugs, medicines, and their side effects

Week 6: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Circuits and Electricity The students must be able to Macmillan Science 6
* understand series and parallel connections * Pupil's Book
* learn the basic parts of a circuit pages 107 - 132
* learn simple computaions in circuits * Workbook
* usefulness of electricity at home pages 65 - 76
* learn about conductors and insulators
* learn safety measures when working with electricity
* investigate static electricity
* learn the destructive power of lightning

2 Magnets and Poles * learn about how magnets attract and repel
* learn about the north and south poles of a magnet
* investigate how magnetic field behaves
* investigate how compasses work
* learn how to create temporary magnets
* discover the uses of magnets in everyday life
* learn that the Earth is a big magnet
* learn about the Earth's magnetic field
* discover the wonderful auroras
Grade 5 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Food and Nutrition The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* learn the importance of the different food groups * Pupil's Book
* identify foods belonging to different groups pages 11 - 38
* understand the importance of a balanced diet * Workbook
* understand the process of digestion and absorption pages 4 - 16

2 Understanding Ecosystems * identify producers, consumers, and decomposers


* compare food chain and food web
* understand the energy flow in a food chain
* learn the different threats to the environment
* learn how we can contribute to the conservation of wildlife
* learn the importance of the 3R's

Week 2: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Particles of Matter The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* learn the difference between atoms and elements * Pupil's Book
* learn the difference between particles and molecules pages 62 - 75
* learn some basic properties of common elements * Workbook
* learn some common compounds and their uses pages 40 - 45
* understand physical and chemical changes

2 Mixtures * classify solutions, colloids, and suspensions


* identify the steps in separating mixtures components

3 Properties of Water and Air * learn the properties and importance of water
* learn the difference between salt and fresh water
* learn the basic properties of the air around us
* learn the components of the air and their uses

Week 3: EARTH SCIENCE


Topics Objectives Materials
1 Earth's Water The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* learn the different sources of usable water * Pupil's Book
* explain the stages of the water cycle pages 59 - 77
* learn the different diseases associated with water * Workbook
* investigate the steps in water purification and treatment pages 35 - 45
* learn fun facts about water and human activities

2 Earth's Atmosphere * discover the layers of the Earth's atmosphere


* learn how the energy of the Sun affects the clouds
* learn the causes of air pollution
* learn ways of how to minimize air pollution
* investigate the global warming phenomenon
* discover possible effects of global warming

Week 4: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Motions and Forces The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* understand translation, oscillation, and translation * Pupil's Book
* understand and compute values of forces pages 94 - 117
* see the different effects of forces * Workbook
* investigate the effects of friction pages 57 - 67

2 Simple Machines * identify the names and functions of simple machines


* explain how each simple machine works:
levers, wedges, pulleys, screws, and gears
* see complex machines as combined simple ones
* discover some advancements in modern machines

Week 5: EARTH SCIENCE


Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Changing Earth The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* understand the mechanism of plate tectonics * Pupil's Book
* discover the different plates on the Earth's surface pages 78 - 93
* identify the features formed along plate boundaries * Workbook
* explain the different types of plate boundaries pages 46 - 53

2 The Earth's Volcanoes * understand volcanism as product of plate tectonics


* discuss the Pacific Ring of Fire and its threats
* revisit the rock cycle

3 Earthquakes * discuss how earthquakes are generated


* focus on the Richter scale for earthquakes
* learn safety precautions during and after earthquakes
* understand the anatomy of a tsunami
* learn how earthquakes change the landscape

Week 6: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Understanding Light The students must be able to Macmillan Science 5
* discuss light, reflection, and the angle of incidence * Pupil's Book
* discuss transparent, translucent, and opaque properties pages 118 - 141
* learn the anatomy of a shadow: umbra and penumbra * Workbook
* understand what refraction is pages 68 - 76

2 Light Instruments * investigate the functions of mirrors and lenses


* discover how human eyes work
* explain some eye conditions connected to lenses
* enumerate some optical instruments and their uses
* discover what prisms and color filters are
* learn about the visible spectrum
Grade 4 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Living and Nonliving Things The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* differentiate living from nonliving things * Pupil's Book
* understand the concept of once-living thing pages 11 - 26
* determine living and nonliving factors in ecosystems * Workbook
pages 4 - 13
2 Life Processes * understand and explain the following life processes:
growth and development
reproduction
sensitivity and response
movement and locomotion
respiration and excretion
nutrition and absorption

Week 2: CHEMISTRY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Materials Around Us The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* classify materials found in the environment * Pupil's Book
* name some characteristics of different materials pages 71 - 92
* distinguish metals from nonmetals * Workbook
* understand the properties of metals pages 41 - 55

2 Heat and Temperature * relate heat to temperature


* learn how a thermometer works
* explain how heat travels
* learn properties of conductors and insulators
* discuss how heat changes the phase of a material
* understand and explain the three phases of matter

Week 3: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Plant Biology The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* explain the basic steps of photosysthesis * Pupil's Book
* determine the requirements for photosynthesis pages 27 - 47
* discuss the leaves and all of its functions * Workbook
* learn how roots absorb water and nutrients pages 14 - 23
* discuss the fuctions of roots and stem
* learn the different parts of a flower
* explain the basic steps of pollination
* discover how seeds develop and mature
* discuss the varieties in plant parts
* learn how non-flowering plants reproduce
* discover the world of microscopic plants
* learn the plant-like organisms, the fungi
* differentiate plants from fungi
Week 4: EARTH SCIENCE
Topics Objectives Materials
1 The Earth's Solid Surface The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* identify the basics parts of the Earth's surface * Pupil's Book
* learn about the Earth's interior pages 93 - 118
* identify rock samples and tell their properties * Workbook
* understand what minerals are and where they came pages 60 - 70
* learn the uses of minerals in modern society

2 The Bodies of Water * identify the different bodies of water


* discover the undersea world of darkness
* discover living things beneath the ocean depths
* understand what waves and tides are
* learn how we can minimize water pollution

Week 5: BIOLOGY
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Animal Biology The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* review the basic characteristics common to animals * Pupil's Book
* identify vertebrates and invertebrates pages 48 - 70
* understand the defining characteristics of vertebrates: * Workbook
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals pages 24 - 35
* understand the defining characteristics of invertebrates:
insects, arachnids, crustaceans, mollusks, and worms
* differentiate instinctive from learned behaviors
* identify some harmful and useful animals
* learn about different animal habitats
* learn the adaptations of animals to their environment
* discover how human activities affect animal habitats

Week 6: PHYSICS
Topics Objectives Materials
1 Energy Around Us The students must be able to Macmillan Science 4
* enumerate energy sources available at home * Pupil's Book
* discuss the different forms of energy pages 119 - 143
* learn about the different sources of energy: * Workbook
solar, wind, waves, fossil fuels, and batteries pages 74 - 93

2 Sound Waves and Hearing * learn how sound waves are produced
* learn and explain how sound travels and bounces
* learn how sound propagates in liquids and solid
* learn about the human ear works
* differentiate sound from noise

3 The Solar System * enumerate the members of the Solar System


* give some properties of each planet
* discover other neighbors in space
Grade 3 Science Curriculum Teacher Will

Week 1
Topics Objectives Materials
Macmillan
1 Becoming a Scientist The students must be able to Science 3

* learn some of the characteristics of a scientist * Pupil's Book

* identify dangers and exercise safety in a pages 4 - 23


laboratory
* Workbook
2 The World of Plants * identify the different types of roots pages 4 - 19
* understand the function of roots and stem
* identify the parts of a stem
* understand what photosynthesis is
* understand the function of the leaves
* identify the parts of a flower
* understand the process of pollination
* learn the germination process and growth

Week 2
Topics Objectives Materials
Macmillan
1 The World of Animals The students must be able to Science 3
* learn how animals respond to climate * Pupil's Book
* learn how they survive in cold and hot climates pages 27 - 47
* learn the different ways how animals give birth * Workbook
* identify the two types of animal parents pages 20 - 35

2 The Human Body * understand the human life stages


* learn the healthy foods we should eat
* identify the different food groups we eat
Week 3
Topics Objectives Materials
Macmillan
1 Human Health The students must be able to Science 3

* understand the importance of a balanced diet * Pupil's Book

* plan a balanced diet for a day pages 48 - 70

* discuss ways on how to keep food clean and * Workbook


safe
pages 36 - 55
2 Understanding Matter * understand what matter is
* describe the different properties of matter
* identify different materials and their uses
* relate properties of materials to their uses
* understand the three states of matter

* compare and contrast the properties of the


three states of matter

Week 4
Topics Objectives Materials
Macmillan
1 The Changing State The students must be able to Science 3

* identify the different processes involved * Pupil's Book


during a phase change
pages 71 - 92
2 The Wonders of Light * understand the basic properties of light * Workbook
* understand how light travels pages 56 - 75
* discover how rainbows are formed

2 The Earth in Space * understand how Earth moves in space

* compare the basic properties of the Moon


and the Earth

* understand how the moon changes its


appearance
* discover the other planets in our space
* learn that the Sun is the center of the Solar
System

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