Yearly Lesson Plan Science form 1

WEEK/ DATE THEME/ LEARNING AREA EXERCISES (MINIMUM REQUIREMENT)
PAPER 1 OBJECTIVE PAPER 2 STRUCTURE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

LEARNING OUTCOMES (A student able to:)

ACTIVITY & EXPERIMENT (MINIMUM REQUIREMENT)

1.1 Understanding that science is part of everyday life.
1 3 Jan- 7 Jan

• list what he sees around him that is related to science, • explain the importance of science in everyday life, • name some careers in science • state the steps in a scientific investigation/experiment, • carry out a scientific investigation. • state the physical quantities length, mass, time, temperature and electric current, • state the S.I. units and the corresponding symbols for these physical quantities, • state the symbols and values of prefixes for unit of length and mass: milli, centi-, and kilo-, • identify and use appropriate prefixes in the measurement of length and mass. • choose the right tool and measure length, • estimate the area of regular and irregular shapes using graph paper, • choose the right tool and measure the volume of liquid, • choose the right tool to measure the body temperature and the temperature of a liquid, • determine the volume of solid using the water displacement method. To find out what affects the number of times a pendulum swings back and forth in a given time (oscillations)

1.2 Understanding the steps in scientific investigation.

THEME: INTRODUCING SCIENCE

1.3 Knowing physical quantities and their units.

Skill of measuring and handle apparatus
30 5

1. Introduction to Science

2 10 Jan-14 Jan

1.4 Understanding the use of Measuring tools.

30 5 6 7 Feb-11 Feb THEME: MAN AND THE VARIETY OF LIVING THINGS 2. • explain why human beings are complex organisms. 7 14 Feb-18 Feb 8 21 Feb -25 Feb 2. • give examples of problems that may arise if standard units are not used.4 Mac 10 11 . and multicellular organism. organ. system and organism. COORDINATE TEST 1 (7 MAC – 9 MAC) FIRST MID TERM BREAK (12 MAC -20 MAC 5 31 Jan-4 Feb 2.3 Understanding that cells form tissues. multicellular organisms • give examples of unicellular organism under a microscope. tissue. • explain the concept of weight. • identify that cell is the basic unit of living things. • explain the concept of mass. • determine the mass of an object. • draw the general structure of an animal Study the general structure cell and a plant cell. • state the similarities and differences between an animal cell and a plant cell 3 & 4 FEB – CHINESE NEW YEAR Observe examples of • state the meaning of unicellular unicellular organisms and organism and multicellular organism. Experiment: • prepare slides following the proper procedure.MAULIDUR RASUL • arrange sequentially cell organization rom simple to complex using the terms cell. 2. of cheek cells and onion label the general structure of an animal cells under a microscope cell and a plant cell. • explain the difference between mass and weight. Cell as a Unit of Life 2. • state the function of each cell structure. 9 28 Feb. use a microscope properly. 2.6 Realising the importance of standard units in everyday life. 3 17 Jan-21 Jan 1.2 Understanding Unicellular organism and multicellular organism.1 Understanding cells. apply the use of spring and beam/lever balance in the context of an experiment 4 24 Jan-28 Jan 1. organs and systems in the human body. • state the function of different types of human cells.4 Realising that humans are Complex organisms. Prepare slides of cheek cells identify the general structures of animal and onion cells.5 Understanding the concept of mass. 15 FEB.20 JAN –THAIPUSAM DAY • determine the weight of an object. organs and systems in the human body. cells and plant cells. using the correct procedure. • name the different types of human cells.3 Understanding that cells form tissues.

15 11 Apr-15 Apr 3.2 Understanding elements. Carry out activities to separate the components of mixtures e. a) mixture of iron filings and sulphur powder. compounds and mixtures are. 30 5 . conductivity of heat and conductivity of electricity. Carry out activities to compare and contrast the properties of metals and nonmetals in terms of appearance. • state the differences in the movement of particles in the three states of matter. • • • Through activities.3 Understanding the concept of density. • define density.1 Apr THEME: MATTER IN NATURE 3. 30 5 3. • explain why some objects and liquids float. hardness. • state that matter is made up of particles. find the densities of: a) objects with regular shape and objects with irregular shape. give examples of elements. • state the arrangement of particles in the three states of matter. list the resources on earth used in everyday life. describe how man applies the concept of density. The Variety of Resources on Earth 17 25 Apr-29 Apr • 4. • • • • state what elements. 16 18 Apr-22 Apr 4. give examples of metals and nonmetals. 13 28 Mac.4 Appreciating the use of properties of matter in everyday life. • solve simple problems related to density.KEPUTERAAN SULTAN PERAK list the resources on earth needed to sustain life.1 Understanding that matter has Mass and occupies space. b) mixture of sand and salt. • • 4. compounds and mixtures. carry out an activity to explore the applications of the concept of floating and sinking related to density. • state the three states of matter. Matter 14 4 Apr-8 Apr 3. compounds and mixtures. describe how man uses the different states of matter. • carry out activities to show that air.g. state the differences between elements. compounds and mixtures. water.1 Knowing the different resources on earth. classify elements as metals and nonmetals based on their characteristics.12 21 Mac -25 Mac 3. soil and living things have mass and occupy space.2 Understanding the three states of matter. b) different liquids. • explain what matter is. • state that things have mass and occupy space. • relate things and matter. 19 APRIL.

explain why air is a mixture. (b) give out carbon dioxide. state the importance of the preservation and conservation of resources on earth. state that oxygen is needed for respiration. carbon dioxide and water vapour are the products of respiration. living things (a) use oxygen.4 Understanding that oxygen is needed for combustion (burning). choose a suitable test for oxygen and carbon dioxide Learning Area: 5. b) investigate the effect of the size of a container on the length of time a candle burns. microorganisms and dust. list the properties of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Carry out activities to show: a) the percentage of oxygen in air. c) the effect on: glowing and burning wooden splinter. bicarbonate indicator. test for the products of combustion of charcoal &candle. b) that air contains water vapour. 24 13 Jun-17Jun 5.reusing and recycling of materials.1 Understanding what air is made up of.. Carry out experiments to: a) show that oxygen is needed for combustion. state the meaning of the preservation and conservation of resources on earth. Carry out an experiment to show that during respiration. 26 27 Jun-1 Jul 5. practise reducing the use.2 Understanding the properties of oxygen and carbon dioxide. lime water. MID TERM EXAM ( 9. compare and contrast the content of oxygen in inhaled and exhaled air in humans. litmus paper. list the products of combustion.3 Understanding that oxygen is needed in respiration.27 MAY) MID TERM BREAK (30 MAY -10 JUNE) state what air is made up of.• 18 2 May-6 May 19 • 4. 25 20 Jun-24 Jun 5. 20 & 21 22 & 23 explain the importance of variety of earth’s resources to man.3 Appreciating the importance of the variety of earth’s resources to man. 27 COORDINATE TEST 2 (5 AUGUST. relate that living things use oxygen and give out carbon dioxide during respiration. state what combustion is. oxygen and carbon dioxide in air. b) reaction with sodium hydroxide. Carry out activities to show the properties of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the following aspects: a) solubility in water. The Air Around Us state that energy. identify oxygen and carbon dioxide based on their properties. state that oxygen is needed for combustion.7 AUGUST) . state the percentage of nitrogen. • • 19. 30 5 5.

identify the sun as the primary source of energy. identify energy changes. b) ways to produce heat. give examples of the uses of heat. Carry out a project on: a) renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. e. explain the steps needed to prevent and control air pollution describe how life would be without clean air. 1 AUGUST. suggest ways to use energy efficiently.5 Analysing the effects of air pollution. 32 8 Aug. from kinetic to potential energy. Sources of Energy 6. Carry out activities to show: a) the sun gives out heat.FIRST DAY OF RAMADHAN 31 1 Aug-5 Aug THEME: ENERGY Learning Area: 6. explain the use and management of energy sources. c) heat and temperature are not the same e. Heat 7. describe the importance of conserving energy sources. list the sources of air pollutants. suggest ways to keep the air clean. state that heat is a form of energy. Carry out activity to see the change of energy change from potential to kinetic energy. list the various sources of energy. explain why we need to conserve energy. 30 5 33 15 Aug-19 Aug 6. state the meaning of temperature. e.12 Aug define renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy. Carry out an activity to show the pollutants in cigarette smoke. ask students to predict and observe how the temperatures change when hot and cold water are mixed 30 5 . explain what air pollution is. 29 18Jul-22 Jul 5. state that the sun gives out heat.g. c) the ways to increase efficient use of energy.1 Understanding heat as a form of energy. b) the uses of solar energy. state the difference between heat and temperature.6 Realising the importance of keeping the air clean. state other sources of heat. describe the effects of air pollution. practise habits that keep the air clean.g. list the various forms of energy.g. 30 25 jul-29 jul 6. 34 22 Aug-26 Aug Learning Area : 7.3 Realising the importance of Conserving energy sources.1 Understanding various forms and sources of energy. group the various sources of energy into renewable and nonrenewable. Carry out a project to study: a) air pollution in an area around the school.28 11 Jul-15 Jul 5. list examples of air pollutants. the winding of the spring in a toy car. a ball rolling down a slope.2 Understanding renewable and non-renewable energy. b) the effects of air pollution.

40 3 Oct-7 Oct 7. the use of different materials as heat insulators.2 Understanding heat flow and Its effect.4 Applying the principle of Expansion and contraction of matter. list uses of heat conductors and heat Carry out an experiment to insulators in daily life.NATIONAL DAY state what a heat conductor is. shiny objects.7.HARI RAYA PUASA 31 AUGUST. Carry out activities to show tha heat causes solids. investigate the use of different carry out an experiment to investigate materials as heat insulators. state that dark. heat. dull objects absorb heat better than white. give examples of heat flow in natural phenomena. . state the change in state of matter in physical processes. convection and radiation. shiny objects. convection and radiation). state that heat causes solids. give examples of daily observations which show a change in state of matter. explain that change in state of matter Carry out activities to show the 7. apply the principle of expansion and contraction of matter in solving simple problems. b) dark. liquids and gases to expand and contract. explain with examples the use of expansion and contraction of matter in daily life. dull objects give out heat better than white. (ball and ring. dull objects absorb and give out heat better. liquids and gases to expand and contract.5 Understanding that dark. shiny objects. 39 26 Sep-30 Sep 7. mercury in thermometer and air in roundbottomed flask) Carry out activities to show how heat flows by conduction. carry out experiments to investigate heat absorption and heat release. dull objects give out heat better than white.3 Analysing the effect of heat involves the absorption and release of change in state of matter in on matter. state that dark. state what a heat insulator is. physical processes. : Carry out experiments to show that: a) dark. state that heat flows in three different ways (conduction. dull objects absorb heat better than white. 35 36 5 Sep-9 Sep 37 12 Sep-16 Sep 38 19 Sep-23 Sep SECOND MID TERM BREAK (29 AUGUST-2 SEPTEMBER) 30 AUGUST. state that heat flows from hot to cold. shiny objects.

DEEPAVALI EXAM PAPER MARKING AND DISCUSSION 6 NOVEMBER – HARI RAYA QURBAN END YEAR SEMESTER BREAK (21 NOVEMBERJANUARY) 45 & 46 7-18 Nov .6 Appreciating the benefits of heat flow. REVISION (10 OCTOBER.7.14 OCTOBER) FINAL EXAMINATION (17 OCTOBER-31 OCTOBER) 26 OCTOBER. 41 42 .43 & 44 Put into practice the principle of heat flow to provide comfortable living.

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