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Yearly Scheme of Work Year 6 2010

Yearly Scheme of Work Year 6 2010

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YEARLY SCHEME OF WORK SCIENCE YEAR 62010
WeekLearning AreaLearning ObjectivesLearning OutcomesSPS/MS/NVSuggested Learning ActivitiesTheme: 1. Investigating Living Things
1 - 21. Interaction amongliving things1.1 Understanding that someanimals live in groups and otherslive in solitary
State that some animals live ingroups
State that some animals live insolitary
Give example of animals thatlive in group
Give examples of animals thatlive in solitary
Explain why animals live ingroups
Explain why animals live insolitary
State that cooperation is aform of interaction amonganimals
 SPS 
ObservingMaking inferencesPredictingCommunicatingclassifying
 MS - NV 
Having an interest and curiositytowards the environment.Being responsible about the safetyof oneself, others,and theenvironment.Realising that science is a means tounderstand natureBeing thankful to godBeing kind-hearted and caring.Pupils view a vedio on animals that live ingroups and in solitary.Pupils gather information and give examplesof animals that live in groups and in solitary.Pupils discuss why animals live in groups,e.g,a)for safety b)for foodPupils observe how ants live together invivarium.Pupils discuss why animals live in solitary,e.g,a) to avoid competitionfor food. b) to avoid competitionfor space.3 – 41.2 Understanding thatcompetition is a form of interaction among living things
State that living things interactwith one another in theenvironment
State that competition is aform of interaction
List the factors that animalscompete for.
Give reasons why animalscompete
List factors thatPlants competeFor.
Give reasons why plantscompete with each other 
 SPS 
ObservingMaking inferencesPredictingCommunicatingclassifying
 MS - NV 
Having an interest and curiositytowards the environment.Being responsible about the safetyof oneself, others, and theenvironment.Pupils view video on interaction amongliving things in various habitats.Pupils discuss and give examples of interaction among living things.Pupils discuss that competition is a form of interaction.Pupils view video or computer simulation of competition among animals.Pupils discuss and list the factors thatanimals compete for a)food b)wateKHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010 SKLJ
 
Realising that science is a means tounderstand natureBeing thankful to godBeing kind-hearted and caring.c)mated)sheltee)territory/spacePupils carry out activities to observe animalscompeting for food, e.g, fish or birdPupils discuss that animals compete becauseof a) limited food resources b) limited water recourcesc) trying to get a mate for  breedingd) defending or looking for territorye) defending or looking for shelter Pupils view a video or pictures of plants inthe forest. Based on the video or pictures pupils discuss why plants in the forest havedifferent heights.Pupils carry out activities to observecompetition among plants.Pupils discuss that plants compete for a)sunglight b)watec)spaced)nutrientPupils discuss and conclude that plantscompete because of a) limited sunlightthat can reachthem. b) limited water resources.c) limited spaced) limitednutrient5 – 61. Living things have basic needsPupils should learn :1.3Understanding theresponsibility of Pupils
Give examples of extinct animal
Give examples of endangered animalObservingCommunicatingPupils view a video or pictures of animalsthat are extinct, e.g. dinosaurs.Pupils view a video or pictures of KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010 SKLJ
 
human beings in protecting endangeredspecies
Give examples of endangered plant
explain why certain animals or plantsare facing the threat of extinction
Suggest ways to prevent animals and plants from extinctionMaking inferencesPredictingClassifyingInterpreting dataBe kind-hearted and caringAppreciating the balance of natureBeing thankful Godendangered animal and plant, e.g. tiger,turtle, orang utan, panda, rhinoceros andrafflesia and pitcher plant. Pupils discuss and conclude that certainanimals and plants are facing the threat of extinction because of human activities suchas illegal or excessive:a)logging b)huntingc)developmentDiscuss ways to prevent animals and plantsfrom extinction, e.g.a)campaign against excessivelogging b)educating the public about theimportance of protecting andconserving animals and plantsc)avoid consuming or buying product made from endangeredspeciesd)enforcing the law71.4Knowing the impact of humans activities onenvironmentPupils
give examples of environmentaldestruction caused by human
explain how human activities causeenvironmental destruction
 predict what will happen to the earthif human activities are not controlledCommunicatingClassifyingMaking hypothesesBe kind-hearted and caringAppreciating the balance of natureBeing thankful GodPupils view video or see pictures of environmental destruction caused by humanactivities, e.g.a)erosion b)landslidec)flash-floodd)water pollutione)air pollutionPupils view a video and discuss humanactivities that cause destruction to theenvironment, e.g.a)illegal and excessive logging b)illegal and excessive huntingc)improper management of developmentPupils discuss what will happen to the earthif human activities that caused environmentaldestructions are not controlled.KHAIRIZA BINTI KHALIDIN / 2010 SKLJ

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