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Year Four Science Scheme of Work 2007

Year Four Science Scheme of Work 2007

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 YEARLY SCHEME OF WORKSCIENCE YEAR FOURFIRST TERM
THEME: A. Investigating Living Things
Learning Area: 1. Living things have basic needs
WeekLearning ObjectivesLearning OutcomesSuggested Learning ActivitiesScientific SkillsNotes/ vocabularyPupils should learn :1.1.Understanding thathumans have basicneedsPupils
Identify the basic needs of humans
Give reasons why humans needfood, water, air and shelter Pupils view video that shows variousfootage related to the basic needs of humans i.e.:
A child/family taking drinksand a balanced diet,
Movement of the chest of asleeping baby,
Different types of housesBased on the video pupilsdiscuss the basic needs of humans i.e. food, water, air andshelter Pupils discuss that :a)humans need to eat/drink tohelp them grow and to stayhealthyb)humans need to protectthemselves from danger,sun and rainPupils discuss and explain what willhappen to humans if there is no food,water, air and shelter ObservingCommunicatingMaking inferencesPredictingBasic needBreathBreatheBungalowFlatHutLong houseMovementTerrace houseShelter Balanced diet
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WeekLearning ObjectivesLearning OutcomesSuggested Learning ActivitiesScientific SkillsNotes/ VocabularyPupils should learn :a.Understanding thatanimals have basicneedsPupils
Identify the basic needs of animals
Give reasons why animalsneed food, water, air andshelter 
Describe types of sheltersfor animalsPupils keep pets such as chicks or hamstersPupils observe and record what theydo to keep their pet alive and healthyPupils discuss why hamsters or chicks are kept in cage and not in anairtight, covered container Based on their record pupils discussthe basic needs of animalsPupils discuss that :
a)
Animals need to eat/drink to helpthem grow and to stay healthyb)Animals need help air to breathec)Animals need to protectthemselves from danger, sunand rainPupils study pictures or video anddescribe different types of shelters for animals such as nest, caves andholes.ObservingCommunicatingMaking inferencesHandle specimens correctlyand carefully.HolesCageContainer ReferenceAir tightPupils should learn :b.Understanding thatplants have basicneedsPupils
Identify the basic needs of plantsPupils carry out activities to show thebasic needs of plants by comparingsimilar balsam plants kept in differentconditions :a)1 watered, 1 without wateb)1 kept outdoor, 1 kept in a tightplastic bagc)1 kept outdoor and 1 kept in adark cupboardPupils observe and record their dailyobservations.Based on their records pupils discussto conclude that the basic needs of plants are water, air and sunlight.ObservingCommunicatingMaking inferencesMaking hypothesesControlling variablesExperimentingInterpreting dataHandle specimens correctlyand carefullyConditionSimilar WateredSunlight
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Learning Area 2 : Living things undergo life processes
WeekLearning ObjectivesLearning OutcomesSuggested Learning ActivitiesScientific SkillsNotes/ VocabularyPupils should learn :2.1 Analysing life processesthat humans undergoPupils :
Identify that human breathe
Describe what inhale is
Describe what exhale is
Differentiate the air that weinhale and exhale
State that humans use lungs tobreathe.
Identify the passage of air duringbreathe
Conclude that not all individualshave the same rate of breathingPupils use their hands to feel themovement of their chest as theybreathe.Pupils discuss to conclude that themovement of the chest is due tobreathing.Pupils discuss that when they inhalethey take in air Pupils discuss that when they exhalethey give out air Pupils gather information and discussthat :a)Inhale air has more oxygen thanexhaled air b)Exhaled air has more carbondioxide than inhaled air Pupils observe model or view video of human body to see that the lung is abreathing organ for human and toidentify the passage of air movementwhen human breathes.Pupils carry out activity to count thenumber of chest movements in aminute when they are breathing andrecord their findingsPupils compare their group findingsand conclude that not everyone hasthe same rate of breathing.ObservingCommunicatingMaking inferencesDefining operationallyObserving
Draw specimens and apparatus
ExhaleFaecesInhaleRateUndergo
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