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Weekly Plan for Primary 5

(To be published on school’s website)


Week 1 Term 3: 29 June – 3 July 2009

Day English Mother Tongue Mathematics Science Estimated


Total Hours
Chapter 1: From parents to young 4
Mon Topics to be covered.  (A) Reproduction in living
29/6 things
 Cycles – Heredity
 TB p6-10
 AB p1-3
Chapter 1: From parents to young 4
Tue Nil  (B) Hereditary characteristics
30/6 in animals
 Cycles – Family Tree
 AB p4-6
Chapter 1: From parents to young 4
Wed Nil  (B) Hereditary characteristics
1/7 in animals
 okto channel “Animals have
young” – 10.34am (9min 10s)
Chapter 1: From parents to young 4
Thu Nil  (C) Hereditary characteristics
2/7 in plants
 okto channel “Plants Make
New Plants” – 10.28am (13min
27s)
Chapter 1: From parents to young 4
Fri  (C) Hereditary characteristics
3/7 in plants

Weekly Plan for Primary 5


(To be published on school’s website)
Week 2 Term 3: 6 July – 10 July 2009

Day English Mother Tongue Mathematics Science Estimated


Total Hours
Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Mon Topics to be covered. flowering plants
6/7  (A) Parts of a flower

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Tue Nil flowering plants
7/7  (A) Parts of a flower

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Wed Nil flowering plants
8/7  (B) Pollination

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Thu Nil flowering plants
9/7  (B) Pollination

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Fri flowering plants
10/7  (C) Fertillisation
Note: The “Nil” are examples to indicate that not all subjects need to be covered everyday.

Weekly Plan for Primary 5


(To be published on school’s website)
Week 3 Term 3: 13 July – 17 July 2009

Day English Mother Tongue Mathematics Science Estimated


Total Hours
Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Mon Topics to be covered. flowering plants
13/7  (C) Fertillisation

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Tue Nil flowering plants
14/7  (D) From flower to fruit

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Wed Nil flowering plants
15/7  (E) Dispersal of fruits and
seeds

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Thu Nil flowering plants
16/7  (E) Dispersal of fruits and
seeds

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Fri flowering plants
17/7  (E) Dispersal of fruits and
seeds

Note: The “Nil” are examples to indicate that not all subjects need to be covered everyday.

Weekly Plan for Primary 5


(To be published on school’s website)
Week 4 Term 3: 20 July – 24 July 2009

Day English Mother Tongue Mathematics Science Estimated


Total Hours
Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Mon Topics to be covered. flowering plants
20/7  (F) Germination

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Tue Nil flowering plants
21/7  (F) Germination

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Wed Nil flowering plants
22/7  (G) Non-flowering plants

Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Thu Nil flowering plants
23/7  (G) Non-flowering plants
Chapter 2: Reproduction in 4
Fri flowering plants
24/7  Revision

Note: The “Nil” are examples to indicate that not all subjects need to be covered everyday.
Weekly Plan for Primary 5
(To be published on school’s website)
Week 5 Term 3: 27 July – 31 July 2009

Day English Mother Tongue Mathematics Science Estimated


Total Hours
Chapter 3: Reproduction in 4
Mon Topics to be covered. humans
27/7  (A) Reproduction in humans
 Cycles – Reproductive
Systems
 TB p24-25
 AB p16
Chapter 3: Reproduction in 4
Tue Nil humans
28/7  (B) Male sex organs
Chapter 3: Reproduction in 4
Wed Nil humans
29/7  (C) Female sex organs
Chapter 3: Reproduction in 4
Thu Nil humans
30/7  (D) How does human life
begin?
 Cycles – Fertilization and
Fetal Development
 TB p26-27
 AB p16
Chapter 3: Reproduction in 4
Fri humans
31/7  (E) From parents to their young
 Cycles – Comparing Plant
and Human Reproduction
 TB p28
 AB p18

Note: The “Nil” are examples to indicate that not all subjects need to be covered everyday.