Daily Lesson Plan of Science Form 2 Chapter 1: The World through Our Senses Theme Learning area Learning

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detect the different areas of the tongue that respond to different tastes (SPS Activity 1.5) (b) find how taste is related to smell (SPS Activity 1.6)
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: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the light and sight Describe the properties of light i.e. reflection and refraction Carry out activities to study the (a) reflection of light (b) refraction of light between two media of different densities (SPS Activities 1.12 and 1.13) Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the light and sight State the various defects of vision and explain ways to correct them (a) Carry out activities to show what short sightedness and long sightedness are and how to correct them (b) Discuss what astigmatism is and the way to correct it (SPS Activity 1.14) Management and continuity of life Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the sense of sight Identify the structure of the human eye and its function and describe how we see Examine the model of a human eye and discuss how we see (SPS Activities 1.9, 1.10 and 1.11) Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the sense of hearing Identify the structure of human ear and explain the function of the different parts of the ear and describe how we hear Observe and identify the structure of the human ear and discuss the hearing mechanism using computer simulation (SPS Activities 1.7 and 1.8)

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The world through our senses Understanding the light and sight (a) State and give examples of the limitations of sight (b) Connect stereoscopic and monocular visions with the survival of animals (a) Carry out activities to investigate optical illusion and blind spot (b) Discuss the connection between stereoscopic vision and monocular vision with the survival of animals (SPS Activities 1.15, 1.16 and 1.17) Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding sound and hearing Describe the properties of sound and explain the reflection and absorption of sound Carry out activities to study the (a) production of sound (b) need of medium for sound to travel (c) reflection and absorption of sound (SPS Activities 1.18 and 1.19) Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding sound and hearing Explain the reflection and absorption of sound Carry out activities to study the reflection and absorption of sound (SPS Activity 1.20)

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Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the stimuli and responses in plants State the stimuli that cause response in plants and identify the parts of plants sensitive to specific stimulus Carry out an experiment to investigate the respond of plants towards light (SPS Activity 1.23) Management and continuity of life The world through our senses Understanding the stimuli and responses in plants State the stimuli that cause response in plants and identify the parts of plants sensitive to specific stimulus Carry out experiments to investigate the respond of plants towards gravity (SPS Activity 1.24)

Chapter 2: Nutrition Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome : : : : Management and continuity of life Nutrition Analysing the classes of food (a) Test for starch, glucose, protein and fat (b) Classify food according to suitable classes and state the functions and the effects of deficiency in each class of food Carry out activities to (a) test for starch, glucose, protein and fat (b) classify food of various classes and state the effects of deficiency in specific nutrients (SPS Activities 2.1 and 2.2) Management and continuity of life Nutrition Evaluating the importance of a balanced diet (a) State the importance of a balanced diet and the factors that influence a person’s need for energy (b) State the quantity of energy in each gram of carbohydrate, protein and fats (a) Discuss the factors that determine a person’s balanced diet (b) Estimate the calories of food taken in a meal (SPS activity 2.3)

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Management and continuity of life Nutrition Understanding the digestive system in human Identify the parts of the digestive system and the flow of food particles in the alimentary canal Identify parts of the digestive system and the flow of food particles in the alimentary canal using model and CD-ROM (SPS Activity 2.4) Management and continuity of life Nutrition Understanding the digestive system in human Describe the process of digestion in the alimentary canal and list the end products of digestion Carry out an activity to show the action of the enzyme in the saliva on starch (SPS Activity 2.5) Management and continuity of life Nutrition Understanding the process of absorption of digested food Explain the process of absorption of the products of digestion Carry out an experiment to show the absorption of glucose through a Visking tube (SPS Activities 2.6 and 2.7) Management and continuity of life Nutrition Understanding the reabsorption of water and defaecation State how water is reabsorbed in the large intestine and explain defecation Discuss the reabsorption of water by the large intestine and the process of defecation (SPS Activity 2.8) Management and continuity of life Nutrition Put into practice the habits of healthy eating Identify different groups of food in the food pyramid and understand the importance of maintaining a healthy eating habit Discuss the practicing good eating habits i.e. eating nutritious food and eating in moderation (SPS Activity 2.9)

Chapter 3: Biodiversity Theme : Learning area : Learning objective : Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection : : : Man and the variety of living things Biodiversity Understanding variety of living organisms and their classification Classify various plants based on common characteristics Collect and classify various plants into a system based on common characteristics (SPS Activity 3.5) Man and the variety of living things Biodiversity Understanding variety of living organisms and their classification Classify flowering plants into suitable groups and identify the differences between monocotyledon and dicotyledon plants Classify flowering plants into monocotyledon and dicotyledon and compare their difference features (SPS Activities 3.6 and 3.7) Man and the variety of living things Biodiversity Understanding variety of living organisms and their classification Classify non-flowering plants into suitable groups Classify non-flowering plants into a system based on common characteristics (SPS Activity 3.8) Man and the variety of living things Biodiversity Understanding variety of living organisms and their classification Classify various animals based on common characteristics Collect and classify various animals into a system based on common characteristics (SPS Activities 3.1, 3.2 ,3.3 and 3.4)

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Chapter 5: Water and Solution

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Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the physical characteristics of water State the meaning of the freezing and boiling points of water Carry out activities to determine the freezing and boiling points of water (SPS Activity 5.1) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the physical characteristics of water Explain through examples the effects of impurities on the physical characteristics of water Carry out an activity to observe the effect of impurities on the boiling point of pure liquids (SPS Activity 5.2) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the composition of water Determine the composition of water and test the presence of hydrogen and oxygen Carry out an electrolysis of water to determine the ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in a molecule of water (SPS Activities 5.3 and 5.4) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the process of evaporation of water (a) Explain through examples the factors that affect the rate of evaporation of water (b) Describe the application of the evaporation of water in daily life Carry out experiments to study the factors affecting the rate of evaporation of water and collect information on the application of the process of evaporation (SPS Activities 5.5 and 5.6) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing solution and solubility (a) Explain what solute, solvent and solution are (b) Compare and contrast between dilute, concentrated and

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saturated solutions Carry out activities to (a) illustrate what solute, solvent and solution are (b) prepare a dilute solution, a concentrated solution and a saturated solution (SPS Activities 5.7, 5.8 and 5.9) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing solution and solubility Explain what suspension is Carry out activity to illustrate the differences between a solution and a suspension (SPS Activity 5.10) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing solution and solubility Explain the factors affecting the solubility of solutes in water Carry out experiments to determine the factors affecting the solubility of a solute in water (SPS Activity 5.11) Matter in nature Water and solution (a) Analysing solution and solubility (b) Analysing acid and alkali (a) Give examples of the uses of organic solvents in our everyday life (b) Identify the properties of acid (a) Discussion on the application of organic solvents in daily life (b) Carry out activities to study the properties of acid (SPS Activities 5.12 and 5.13) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing acid and alkali Identify the properties of alkali Carry out activities to study the properties of alkali (SPS Activity 5.14) Matter in nature Water and solution

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Analysing acid and alkali (a) State that acid and alkali only show their properties in the presence of water (b) Identify the substances which are acidic or alkaline in everyday life Carry out activities to (a) show that acid and alkali only show their properties in the presence of water (b) determine the acidic and alkaline substances in daily life (SPS Activities 5.15, 5.16 and 5.17) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing acid and alkali Explain the meaning of neutralisation Carry out activities to show neutralisation using the hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide solution (SPS Activity 5.18) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the methods of water purification Describe the various types of water purification Carry out activities to study the water purification of water by filtration (SPS Activity 5.19) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the methods of water purification Describe the various types of water purification Carry out activities to study the water purification by filtration and distillation (SPS Activities 5.19 and 5.20) Matter in nature Water and solution Analysing the water supply system Describe how the water supply system works Discuss the water supply system and stages involved in water purification (plan a visit to a water treatment plants) (SPS Activities 5.21 and 5.22)

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Matter in nature Water and solution Understanding the preservation of water quality (a) Give examples of water pollutants and explain ways to control water pollution (b) Explain the effect of water pollution on living things and ways to preserve and conserve water quality (a) Collect and interpret data on types of water pollutants (b) Gather information on the effects of water pollution on living things (SPS Activities 5.23 and 5.24)

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Chapter 6: Air Pressure Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Matter in nature Air pressure Applying the principle of air pressure in daily life Relate the safety measures taken when using gas under high pressure Matter in nature Air pressure Applying the principle of air pressure in daily life Explain with examples things that use the principle of air pressure Collect and interpret data on appliances that uses the principle of air pressure (SPS Activity 6.4) Matter in nature Air pressure Understanding air pressure Explain the factors affecting air pressure Carry out an activity to show the factors affecting air pressure i.e. volume and temperature (SPS Activities 6.2 and 6.3) Matter in nature Air pressure Understanding air pressure Explain the existence of air pressure with reference to the Kinetic Theory Carry out an activity to show that air exerts pressure (SPS Activity 6.1)

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Chapter 7: Dynamics Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Force and motion Dynamics Application of frictional force Carry out an experiment to show how different types of surfaces affect frictional force Force and motion Dynamics Application of frictional force State the direction and the magnitude of frictional force Carry out an activity to identify the direction of frictional force and measure the magnitude of the force (SPS activity 7.5) Force and motion Dynamics Understanding the measurement of force State the unit of force and measure the magnitude of force Carry out an activity to measure the magnitude of force (SPS Activity 7.4) Force and motion Dynamics Understanding force Explain the various types of forces Carry out activities to show different types of forces (SPS Activity 7.3) Force and motion Dynamics Understanding force State that a force is a push or a pull and explain the effects of forces Carry out activities to show (a) pushing and pulling are forces (b) the effects of force (SPS Activities 7.1 and 7.2)

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Carry out an experiment to show the effects of different contact surfaces on frictional force (SPS activity 7.6) Force and motion Dynamics Application of frictional force (a) Explain ways to increase and reduce friction (b) Explain the advantages and disadvantages of friction and the application of friction in daily life (a) Carry out activities on ways to increase friction and reduce friction (b) Gather information and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of friction and its application in daily life (SPS Activities 7.7 and 7.8) Force and motion Dynamics (a) Application of the concept of work (b) Application of the concept of power Explain with examples how work is done and state the unit of work and power, calculate the work done and the power generated Carry out activities to determine the work done and the power generated (SPS activities 7.9 and 7.10)

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Chapter 8: Support and Movement Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity : : : : : : : : : : : Force and motion Support and movement Understanding the support systems in plants Classify plants based on their support system Discussion on the various support systems in woody and nonwoody plants and classify plants based on their support system (SPS Activities 8.3 and 8.4) Force and motion Support and movement Understanding the support systems in animals Explain the support system in vertebrates and the various support systems in invertebrates Discussion on the various support systems in land and aquatic vertebrates and invertebrates (SPS Activities 8.1 and 8.2)

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Force and motion Stability Understanding that the centre of gravity affects stability Determine the point of equilibrium in regular and irregular shapes Carry out activities to find the point of equilibrium in regular and irregular shapes (SPS Activity 9.1) Force and motion Stability Understanding that the centre of gravity affects stability Relate the centre of gravity to the stability of objects Carry out experiments to find out how the centre of gravity affects the stability of an object by manipulating the height and base area (SPS Activity 9.2) Force and motion Stability Appreciating the importance of stability State the application of stability in daily life Discuss the ways to improve stability (SPS Activity 9.3)

Chapter 10: Simple machines Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection Theme Learning area Learning objective Learning outcome Learning activity : : : : : : : : : : : Force and motion Simple machine Analysing levers (a) Explain what is meant by the moment of a force (b) Classify levers (a) Carry out an activity to show the relationship between Force and motion Simple machine Analysing levers List things around them that use the principle of the lever and identify load, force and fulcrum in the lever Make an observation on devices that use the principles of levers and identify the load, force and fulcrum

moment and the product of force and distance (b) Carry out an activity to classify the systems into first, second and third class levers (SPS Activities 10.1 and 10.2) Reflection : Force and motion Simple machine (a) Analysing levers (b) Appreciating the innovative efforts in the design of machine to simplify work (a) Solve problems related to levers (b) Design or improvise a device that use the principle of a lever Carry out a project to build a device using the principle of a lever (SPS Activities 10.3 and 10.4) Theme : Learning area : Learning objective : Learning outcome Learning activity Reflection : : :

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