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Kurikulum

KurikulumBersepadu
Bersepadu Sekolah
Sekolah Rendah
Rendah
Integrated
Integrated Curriculum
Curriculumfor
for Primary
Primary Schools
Schools

pusat perkembangan kurikulum


KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA
Content Organisation
... organised according to four inter-related areas:
Whole Numbers

Operations
Fractions

Money
Time

Length

Mass

Volume
of Liquids
3D Shapes

2D Shapes
Symmet
ry
Tu ne: Twi nk le Tw inkl e Litt le S ta r

3-D shapes are everywhere


You can see them anywhere
Cone, cube, cuboid, cylinder
Not forgetting prism.
Let us learn the names of shapes
To be with them everywhere
1
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3-D Shapes
1. Understand and use the
vocabulary related to 3-D shapes.
2. Describe and classify 3-D shapes
3. Build 3-D shapes.
Year 2 –1) Understand and use the vocabulary related to 3-D shapes.
Different types of 3-D shape.
1. Understand and use the vocabulary related to 3-D shapes.
a) Pupils are shown various types of prisms and they say
out the names accordingly.
A prism has the same cross-section along its length, and
that its two end faces are identical.
Each prism is named according to the shape of its base:
- triangular prism
- rectangular prism
- cube
- square prism
Year 2

face

edge
edge corner

face
corner
corner

Curved
face
a) Parts of prisms vertex

A triangular prism

face edge

base
2. Describe and classify 3-D shape

All prisms have at least 5 faces, 2


bases of the same shape and all
other faces are rectangular.

Pupils examine prisms and describe their features.


Year 2

- Pupils guess the objects and relate the


objects to the 3-D shapes.
- Teacher describes shapes.

- E.g. It has 5 flat faces and 5 corners.


- Pupils ask ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ questions about a
hidden shape in order to identify it.
- E.g. Does it have a curved face?
- Does it have a rectangular face?
- Does it have a triangular face?
3. Build 3-D shape

a) Pupils make skeleton shapes from a


construction kit or straws .
Count the number of faces, edges or
coners.
b) Pupils build 3-D shapes from
given nets.

c) Pupils identify various 3-D shapes


based on given nets.
I am a hexagon, a lovely hexagon,

I have six sides, they are the same,

I have six corners, six lovely


corners,

I am a hexagon, that is my name!


2
2-D Shapes
1. Understand and use the vocabulary related to
2-D shapes.
2. Describe and classify 2-D shapes.

Symmetry
1. Recognise and sketch lines of
symmetry.
1. Understand and use the vocabulary related
to 2-D shapes.

Quadrilateral
hexagon
Semi-circle

octagon

pentagon

heptagon
Symmetry
Collecting and organising data

1. Collect and organise data.


Pupils collect data by carrying out simple survey such as:

c) Hobbies
d) Games
e) Favourite fruits
f) Transport to school
g) Story books in different languages.
The Rukunegara was previously an implicit
guiding principle for the development of the
school curriculum. Implies more emphasis on
patriotism.

Medium of instruction previously in Bahasa


Melayu is now English.

Content layout for the Curriculum


Specification is now given in five columns
instead of three, previously.

• No change in content, but expect the


extensive use of technology.