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17 July 2008 0900-1000 Year 5 23 Pupils Investigating Materials States of Matter At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
1. Identify at least 2 processes involved when a matter
changes from one state to another. Duration Strategies Prior knowledge : : : 60 minutes Experiment, Discussion. Pupils know that matter exist in the form of solid, liquid or gas. Scientific Process/Manupulative Skills and Thinking Skills: 1. Observing 2. Comparing and contrasting 3. Relating 4. Classifying 5. Generating idea 6. Attributing 7. Communicating 8. Use of technology Science Attitudes and Noble Values: 1. Being cooperative 2. Being confident and independent Teaching and Learning Resources: Electric kettle Tray Mirror Word cards
Steps/Phase Set Induction (5 minutes) 0900-0905
Contents The processes when the matter changing state.
Teaching and Learning Activities Teacher shows a pictures of ice cream that was melting. Teacher questions: 1. What is the picture about? 2. What happened to the ice cream? Teacher state the topic of the lesson’s today. “The Change of State of
Remarks SPS: Observation Relating TS: Attributing Generating ideas
Eliciting Idea (20 minutes) 0905-0915
Matter”. Processes involved Teacher demonstrates an experiment to when a matter changes from one state to another. Teacher discusses with pupils about the experiment. Teacher gives each pupil a worksheet and asks them to answer the questions in the worksheet. (Appendix B) Processes involved Teacher asks pupils to form groups. when a matter changes from one state to another. • • • • • Melting Evaporation Boiling Condensation Freezing Teacher asks pupils to present their answers by putting up their mind map on the blackboard. Teacher discuss with pupils about their Teacher distributes word cards to each group and asks them to build a mind map. pupils and asks them to observe the experiment. (Appendix A)
SPS: Generating ideas Relating Observation
Restructuring Ideas (20 minutes) 0915-0935
SPS: Observing Measuring Communicating Comparing and contrasting SANV: Being confident and independent.
Application (10 minutes) 0935-0955
mind map. Teacher gives quizzes to pupils by using teaching courseware.
MS: Use of technology SANV: Being cooperative SPS: Comparing and contrasting Classifying Communicating
Closure (5 minutes) 0955-1000
Teacher summarizes today’s lesson by asking:
1. What process when the ice cubes
become water? 2. What process when the water become water vapour? 3. What process when water become ice cube? 4. What process when water vapour in the air turns into water droplets?
Checked by, …………………………. (EN. WILLE CHARLI)
1. Place a few ice cubes with water in a kettle. 2. Heat up the kettle. 3. Place a mirror as shown in the diagram above. 4. Collect the water that forms on the mirror into the tray.
APPENDIX B NAME: YEAR: DATE: GROUP:
Answer the Question below based on the experiment. 1. What happen when the water is boiling?
2. What process when the water turns into water vapour?
3. What can you observe on the mirror?
4. Based on your answer in Question 3, explain why this happen?
5. What process involve when we put the water in the tray into freezer?
6. What happen if we place the tray that contains water to the sun for a few days?
7. Identify the process involve base on your answer in Question 6.