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skoool science grp2

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Skoool e-Learning Curricular Alignment WorkshopGroup Number 2:Title of the Subject Area:SCIENCEInstructionalGoals:
Describe the desired high level ends of the subject area
Mark 
the particular goal that Skoool instructional event provides realization 
1.
Develop understanding and appreciation of how science andtechnology affects one’s life and ways of thinking.X
2.
Develop scientifically and functionally literate citizenry X
3.
Develop the technical-know how of the students X
4.
Enable students to apply basic concepts in day to day activities X
5.
Develop laboratory skills in students X
6.
Produce self reliant and productive citizenry that can managelife independentlyX
7.
Develop decision-makers, problem-solvers and critical thinkercitizens.X
8.
Create awareness and promote public understanding ofscience, technology and environmentX
Specific Subject Title: Science I (General Science)a. Learning Outcomes
Specify the performance objectives in terms of what the students must be able to understand and be able to do. (Specific and measurable)
b. Learning Topic
List down the specific content topic to be learned or activity topic to be performed,then put X mark on the least mastered topics based on NAT.
c. Skoool e-LearningInstructional Material
Name the title and key stage of the Skoool e-learning presentation that provides the instructional material for the learning topic 
Relate how basic processes in scienceaffect one’s life/ day to day activitiesBasic processes in Science
 
Apply the scientific method in solvingproblems/ improving ways of doingthingsScientific MethodUnderstand matter in terms of theirpropertiesMatter and its PropertiesKey Stage 3Properties of Solid, Liquid,gas, Change in state-water,Uses of some elementsUnderstand the nature and effects of force;Understand energy forms, itstransformations and sourcesShow awareness on the importance of forces and energy in everyday life.Force and EnergyStage key 3Magnets, Balanced forces,Stretching materials,Friction, Useful friction,What force do, Pivot/LeverDemonstrate understanding of theinteractions between living and non-living things in an ecosystem.Living Things and theirInteractionsCite evidences on the changes in thelithosphere, hydrosphere andatmosphereChanges in the LithosphereKey stage 4Metals, ores, rocks, Elementsin the periodic tableChanges in the HydrosphereChanges in the AtmosphereDemonstrate understanding on thedifferent phenomena related to the earthand its neighbors.The Earth and its NeighborsKey stage 3Year length, Seasons andDay length, Gravity,Gravity / Solar system, Usesof satellites, Satellites,Key stage 4The earth and beyond
Science II (BIOLOGY)
Understand the nature of biology asscience of lifeNature of BiologyIdentify the cell structure and learn howits functions have led to usefultechnologies.Cell Structure and FunctionKey stage 3cell Structure and Functions,Plant cell, Specialized plantand animal cells.Microscope, Key stage 4Cells and life processesExplain the importance of theinterdependency of living things toenergyLife EnergyKey Stage 3Photosynthesis, Role of leaf in Photosynthesis Testing aleaf for starch, Differencebetween photosynthesis andrespirationKey stage 4Plant nutrition,
 
Understand the interaction among cells,tissues, organs and systems inmaintaining the life of an organism.Organ SystemsKey stage 3-Organization of LivingThings, Specialized cells inthe breathing system, OrganSystems, Balanced Diet,Digestion experiment172,Egestion Adaptation of the alveoli, The respiratorysystem, The mucusmembrane, Gas exchange,Experiments to compareinhale end exhale air,Breathing chemicals incigarette smoke, Effects of smoking, The circulatorySystem, The heart as adouble pump, Temperatureand Enzymes, Structure of the heart, White blood cells,Blood plasma, Transport of gases, Plant organs, Plantsmineral requirement, Waterand mineral uptake, Organssystems at work Key stage 4Plant transport, NervoussystemUnderstand and appreciate the patternsof reproduction of organisms.ReproductionKey Stage 3Cell, Female reproductivesystem, Male reproductivesystem Fertilization, Puberty,Menstrual Cycle, Sexualintercourse, Humanfertilization, PregnancyUnderstand the fundamental role of chromosomes and genes in hereditaryvariations.Understand the chromosomal basis of inheritance and the role of DNA as ablue print of lifeGeneticsUnderstand the theories of evolution andcite evidences.EvolutionKey stage 3 Adaptation andsurvivalAppreciate the existence of diverseforms of living things and theireconomic importanceBiodiversityDifferentiate the kinds of ecosystem andidentify the role of man in maintainingEcosystemKey stage 3Interdependence,Seasonal Changes in

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