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MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF EXPERIMENTS, ACTIVITY AND EXERCISES FOR SCIENCE FORM 2

WEEK

DATE

LEARNING AREA

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

EXPERIMENT /ACTIVITY (MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS) SENSORY ORGANS ACTIVITIES

EXERCISE (MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS) PAPER 1 PAPER 2

1 2 3 4 5 6

04/01/1008/01/10 11/01/1015/01/10 18/01/1022/01/10 25/01/1029/01/10 01/02/1005/02/10 08/02/1012/02/10 15/02/1016/02/10 17/02/1025/02/10 26/02/10

1.1 Understanding the sensory organs and their functions 1.2 Understanding the sense of touch 1.3 Understanding the sense of smell 1.4 Understanding the sense of taste 1.5 Understanding the sense of hearing 1.6 Understanding the sense of sight 1.7 Understanding the light and sight 1.8 Understanding sound and hearing

5 5 5 5

2 2 2 2 2 2

1.0 THE WORLD THROUGH OUR SENSES

REFLECTION & REFRACTION ACTIVITY

5 5

CHINESE NEW YEAR


1.9 Understanding the stimuli and responses in plants.
TO INVESTIGATE STIMULI DETECTED AND PARTS THAT ARE SENSITIVE

7&8

MAULIDURRASUL
2.1 Analysing the classes of food
2.0 NUTRITION STARCH TESTING ACTIVITY ENZYME + SALIVA ACTIVITY

9 10

01/03/1005/03/10 08/03/1012/03/10 13/03/1021/03/10 22/03/1026/3/10

5 5

2 2

2.2 Evaluating the importance of a balanced diet 2.3 Understanding the digestive system in man

MID TERM BREAK 2.4 Understanding the process of absorption of digested food. 2.5 Understanding the reabsorption of water and defecation. 2.6 Put into practice the habits of healthy eating 3.1 Understanding variety of living organisms and their classification. 4.1 Analysing the interdependence among living organisms. 4.2 Evaluating the interaction between living organisms 4.3 Synthesizing food web 4.4 Analysing photosynthesis
TO DETERMINE THE FACTORS NEEDED FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO SHOW THE ABSORPTION OF GLUCOSE THROUGH A VISKING TUBE

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

5 5 5

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

29/03/1002/04/10 05/04/1009/04/10 12/04/1016/04/10 19/04/1023/04/10 26/04/1030/04/10 03/05/1006/05/10


3.0 BIODIVERSITY

FIELD WORK TO STUDY ECOSYSTEM

5 5 5 5

4.0 INTERDEPENDENCE AMONG LIVING ORGANISMS AND