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RPH YEAR 6 Food Preservation 2

RPH YEAR 6 Food Preservation 2

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Published by Ratnavell Muniandy
RPH Sc Yr 6
RPH Sc Yr 6

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Published by: Ratnavell Muniandy on Jul 10, 2013
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Lesson Plan

Subject Year / Class No. of Students Date Time Duration Theme Learning Area Learning Objectives Learning Outcomes : : : : : : : : : : 1 hour Investigating Materials 3.Food Preservation 3.3 Realising the importance of preserving food. At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: (i) Give reason why we need to preserve food (ii) Design and carry out a project to preserve a given food. Pupils knew that some food kept in refrigerator to stay in good condition. : Observing, inferring, communicating Comparing and contrasting, generating ideas, making Science 6 1

Prior Knowledge


Science Process Skills

Critical Thinking : conclusions Scientific Attitudes & Noble Values


Being thankful to God, thinking rationally, being cooperative, having critical and analytical thinking, being confident

Teaching -Learning Resources : Sample food, pictures, worksheets

Teaching . inferring Thinking skills • Comparing and contrasting Scientific attitudes / Noble value • Having critical and Elicitation of Ideas (15 minutes) • Advantages of every type of food preservation Activity 1 • Teacher show s some example of food and asks the students advantage of every method. • Student presents the advantages in mindmap. • Teacher asks the students: Why the fruits can stay for long term? What are the methods used in this food preservation? What is the different between both methods ? In your daily experience how fruits can be kept unspoilt for long term? Remarks Teaching aids • Pickle.learning Activities • Teacher bring some dried n pickled fruits. pickle and drying. analytical thinking Teaching aids • Sample fruits under food different type of preservstion Science process skills • Observing • Infering • Communicating Thinking skills • Comparing & contrasting • Relating Scientific attitudes / Noble . Dried fruits Science process skills • Observing. • They observe fruits in refrigerator.Phases / Time Orientation (5 minutes) Contents • Food can stay unspoilt for long term if kept under preservation. • Using mind map teacher discusses advantages of other type of food preservations. • Teacher give them to student to eat.

• Student discusses with teacher canning process. Sample food of canning Science process skills • Observing • Communicating Thinking skill • Comparing and contrasting Scientific attitudes / Noble value • Having critical and analytical thinking • Thinking rationally • Being confident Application (20 minutes) • Design a fair test to show process of salting Activity 3 • Student conducts an experiment to show process of salting • Teacher gives methods for salting and small fresh Teaching aids • fresh prawn. analytical thinking Teaching aids • Pictures. salt Science process skills • Communicating • Food preservation method . • Thinking rationally. • Having critical and Restructuring of Ideas (15 minutes) Activity 2 • Teacher shows methods of canning using pictures.value. • Student discusses with teacher salting process.

• Student explains why we need to preserve foods.prawns • Student preserves the small prawns using salting methods. • Student uses mind map. mind map. Teaching aids • Worksheets. • predicting Thinking skill • Relating Scientific attitudes / Noble value • Thinking rationally • Being confident Reflection (5 minutes) • Reasons why we need to preserve food. pictures Thinking skill • Making conclusion • Visualising Scientific attitudes / Noble value • Thinking rationally • Being confident .

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