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LESSON PLANUnit : SMPGrade/Term : VII/ 1Subject : Science, BiologyTopic : Observation of Natural PhenomenaTime : 3x 40 minutesA. Standard competence3. Students understand the natural phenomena through the scientific methods. B. Basic Competence3.1 To observe objects systematically in order to gain information about natural phenomena, both biotic and a-biotic.C. Indicators1. Comparing the phenomena of the a-biotic objects through observation.2. Comparing the phenomena of the biotic objects through observation.3. Describing the observed objects and present it.D. ObjectivesStudents are able to:1.Describe the natural phenomena of biotic and a-biotic objects.2.Compare the natural phenomena of the biotic objects.3.Inform the natural phenomena of biotic and a-biotic objectsE. Teaching materials1. Biotic natural phenomena and a-biotic natural phenomenaBiotic objects are organisms exiting around us, including various plants, animals,and microorganisms. A-biotic objects are all non living things existing around us or in thesurrounding organisms.Biotic natural phenomena is the condition of the environment around us whichshown by the condition of the organisms in it.A-biotic natural phenomena is the condition of the environment around us which isshown by the condition of nonliving things in it.2. School environmentTeaching Models:Cooperative learningIntegrated Subjects:LanguagesThinking skill:Compare the phenomena of the biotic objects and a-biotic objects.Scientific skills:Observing, identifying and communicating.
 
F. Teaching – Learning Processes:1. Introduction (10 minutes)- The teacher asks the students: Are the animals biotic or a-biotic?2. Main activities (60 minutes)- The teacher asks the students to make a group of five and assigns them to identifythe phenomena of certain objects that they found at the environment- The teacher guides students while they are working in group.- The teacher asks the students to present and discuss the results of their worksheet.- The teacher guides the students to show the right answer of their worksheet.- The teacher gives example biotic natural phenomena and a-biotic natural phenomena- The students discuss to give example biotic natural phenomena and a-biotic natural phenomena3. Closure (10 minutes)- The teacher guides the students to make conclusion about biotic and a-biotic object- The teacher guides the students to make conclusion about biotic natural phenomena and a-biotic natural phenomena.G. Sources- Student worksheet- Science student book H. Assessment- writing test
 
LESSON PLANSchool: SMP Negeri 2 SumedangClass/ Semester : : VII/ ISubject: Science/ BiologyTime : 2 X 40 minutesChapter : 3. Observation of Natural PhenomenaSub Chapter: 3.3 Work SafetyA. Standard Competence3. Students are able to understand the natural phenomena by observationB. Basic Competence3.3. Students are able to apply work safety in carrying out observation of natural phenomenaC. Indicators1. Can explain the sources of accident at laboratories.2. Can describe hazardous materials and disease-causing materials.3. Can handle hazardous materials with care.4. Can identify symbols at laboratories.D. Objectives1. Students are able to explain the sources of accidents at laboratories.2. Students are able describe hazardous materials and disease-causing materials.3. Students are able to handle hazardous materials with care.4. Students are able to identify symbols at laboratories.E. Teaching MaterialsSafety work F. Learning approach and method1. Approach : Cooperative Learning2. Method : inquiry, observation and discussion3. Integrated subjects: Chemistry, LanguagesG. Teaching Learning Process:Introduction ( 10 minutes)1. Remind the students about microscope.2. Motivate students by asking :“ What is the function of microscope?”The teacher show a picture about some situation in laboratorya.Ask the students to see the picture and think about that b.Have you ever done something?c.Mention things that you should not do in science laboratory. Main activities ( 60 minutes)a.The teacher asks the students to make a group of four. b.The teacher guides the students during they are working in groups.c.The teacher gives the students worksheet.d.The teacher asks the students to present and discuss the results.

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