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KPR3974 LATIHAN MENGAJAR 1

TAJUK

RANCANGAN PELAJARAN HARIAN 5


KUMPULAN

UPSI-289(A132PJJ)
DISEDIAKAN OLEH NAMA JAMES VINCENT A/L NICHOLAS NO. ID D20102045617 NO. TELEFON 012-5084359

NAMA TUTOR E-LEARNING: DR. RAZAK ABD. SAMAD BIN YAHYA


TARIKH SERAH: 19/04/2014 1

DAILY LESSON PLAN Date Time Class Number of students Subject Theme Learning area Topic Learning objective : : : : : : : : : 15.04.2014 (Tuesday) 8.30a.m- 9.30a.m Year 4 5 Science Investigating Living Things 3. Animals and plants protect themselves Special characteristics of animals At the end of lesson , pupils able to: 3.1. Understand that animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to protect themselves from danger At the end of lesson , pupils able to: 3.1.1. Identify special characteristics of animals that protect them from danger Observing Predicting Making inferences Communicating Defining operationally Interpreting data Attributing Relating Analysing Visualising Making conclusion Pupils know that animals protect themselves Daring to try Realising that science is a mean to understand nature Garden snail, power point- presentation , song worksheet box

Learning outcomes

Science process skills

Thinking skill

Pre- requisite knowledge Scientific attitudes and noble values Teaching and learning resources

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Phase/time Orientation (+5 minutes)

Contents A garden snail hides itself in its shell 1. to protect itself from danger 2.

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4. Eliciting ideas (+15 minutes) Animals have special characteristics 1. to protect themselves from danger. 2.

Teaching and learning activities Pupils observe a garden snail. Pupils touch the garden snail and observe hoe it react Pupils answer the questions asked by teacher What do you observe? Why do the garden snail hides in its shell when touched? Teacher introduces the lesson Pupils state some example of animals Pupils predict the special characteristics of animals to protect themselves from danger

Remarks SPS : Observing : Predicting : Attributing : Relating : Visualising

TS

T/L : Garden soil Resources

SPS

TS Scientific attitudes and noble values

: Predicting : Making inference : Relating : Analysing : Realising that science is a means to understand nature

Restructuring ideas (+15 marks)

Animals have special characteristics to protect themselves from danger. Poisonous sting Poisonous fangs Sharp claws Sharp spines Hard shells Slim/ long & muscular legs Hard scales

1. Pupils observe a powerpoint presentation 2. Pupils discuss the special characteristics of animals to protect themselves from danger 3. Pupils observe the models of animals and state their special characteristics

SPS

Application of ideas (+15 minutes)

Animals and their special characteristics Scorpion Snake Eagle Tortoise Crocodile Mouse deer Porcupine

1. Pupils play a music box game. 2. Pupils pass the box to their peers around as the music played 3. Pupils who received the box as the music stopped need to pick a name of an animal and state the special characteristics of animals to protect themselves 4. Pupils who answers correctly will receive a star

: Observing : Making inferences : Communicating TS : Attributing : Relating : Analysing T/L : Power-point Resources presentation : Animals Scientific : Daring to try attitudes and noble values SPS : Predicting : Defining operationally TS : Relating : Analysing T/L : Song Resources : music box

Reflection (+10 minutes)

All the animals have special characteristics to protect themselves

1. Pupils complete the given worksheet. 2. Pupils conclude that all the animals have special characteristics to protect themselves

SPS TS T/L Resources

: Interpreting data : Making conclusion : Worksheet