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To-i. * : Li/in T$ins
The nature of Life
Basic needs of
living things
Basic needs of
animals and
plants
List down basic needs of
living things.(1.1)
Compare and contras the
basic need of animals and
plants(1.1)
make inferences about basic
need of animals and plants.
(6.)
!nvestigate the basic needs
of plants (6.1)"(6.#)
$eport writing of practical 1
(6.1)"(6.%)" (6.&)
Basic needs of living
things
Basic needs of
animals and plants
(1 hour)
'bserve the behaviour of
one t(pe of animal and
make inferences about
its basic needs.
)emonstrate to show
plants need minerals.
($efer to *askel pg
%#+%,)
(1 hour)
-rac 1. Basic needs of
plants
)etermine the basic
needs of plants. sunlight"
air and water
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!dentif( eight
characteristics /features
of living things.
01plain that animals and
plants need food" air and
water to live
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& (% 71) Life and Living -rocesses
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To-i. , :0ood
8ood and (our wellbeing List down classes of
food(1.1)
)escribe the importance of
balance diet and nutritious
food (1.1)
$eport writing on
developments in food
technolog(.
(6.1)"(6.%)
(6.&)
Classes of food
Balanced diet
9utritious food
)evelopments
in food
technolog(
-ractical
investigations in
the primar(
school
curriculum
(1 hour)
:isit a food processing
factor( or access
information on food
industr( from the internet.
$ecord and arrange
information about the
steps in food canning and
bottling using graphic
organi3er.
($efer *askel. pg 1;&+
%61)
(1 hour)
)iscussion and report
writing of -rac 1
(% hours)
<ccess the !nternet to
gather information on the
vaious classes of food"
balanced diet" nutrituos
food and development in
food technolog(.
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To-i. 1: Ce&&
<nimal and -lant Cell
)raw and label animal and
plant cell.(1.1)(1.#)
Compare and contrast the
function of cell structure.
(1.1)
!nvestigate the presence of
starch" reducing sugar" non+
reducing sugars" protein and
lipids in food samples(6.1)
(6.#)
=se multimedia software to
present information
(6.&)"(6.#)
Cell structure and
function
<nimal and
plant cell
Cells" tissues
and organs
(1 hour)
>ather information about
four t(pes of animal
tissues (epithelial"
muscular" nervous and
connective tissue)" plant
tissue (ground" vascular"
meristem and dermal)
and two t(pes of organs
(skins and intestine)
found in man and give a
general function for each
t(pe.
($efer to 5ader)
(1 hour)
-rac %. 8ood Test.
(a) Testing for the
presence of starch"
reducing sugars" non+
reducing sugars" proteins
and lipids in food
samples.
(b) )etermining the
vitamin C content in
various fruit 2uices.
(% hours)
>ather information about
the structure and
functions of animal and
plant cell components
using interactive
multimedia software
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To-i. 2: Res-ir"tion
$espiration in <nimals )escribe the mechanism of
breathing in and breathing
out.(1.1)(
Compare and contrast the
structure and mechanism of
breathing organ.(1.1)
!nvestigate the differences
between fish" insect and
mammals respirator(
organs(6.1)
(6.#).
?andle and dissect animal
safel( and correctl(.(1.1)
(6.#)
4tructure and
mechanism of
breathing
organs (gills"
tracheal s(stem
and lungs)
Transport
mechanism of
o1(gen in gills"
tracheal s(stem
and lungs
Breathing
mechanism in
human
(1 hour)

)escribe the mechanism
of breathing in and
breathing out in man
using models.
($efer to 5ader.pg 61@+
6;)
(1 hour)
)iscussion and report
writing of -rac %
(% hours)
8urther reading on
differences between fish"
insects and mammals
respirator( organs
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To-i. 3: Res-ir"tion
$espiration in -lants )raw and label plants
respiration organ correctl(.
01plain the adaption of the
leaf structure to enable
optimum respiration process.
Arite a report on plant
respiration.
-lant respirator(
organs
'bservation.
<natom( of leaves.
'bserve a leaf immersed
in warm water and make
inferences.
-eel off a piece of
transparent skin from the
lower surface of an
<llamanda leaf. 5ount
this skin in drop of water
on a clean slide and
e1amine under
microscope.
)raw and label what (ou
observe. 01amine a
prepared
-rac &. 'bservation of
animal and plant cells.
!dentif(" draw and label
animal and plant cells.
1. animal cell. cheek
cell
%. plant cell. leaf
epidermis cell
)emonstrate techniBues
of using and handling
microscope.
)iscussion and report
writing of -rac &
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(1 hour) slides/models/charts
showing a transverse
section of a leaf.
)raw and label the parts
(ou observe.
(1 hour)
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To-i. 4: Ce&&u&"r
Res-ir"tion
Cellular respiration in
plants and animals
Compare and contrast
between <erobic and
<naerobic respiration(1.1)
01plain the function of
mitochondrion
(1.1)
01plain the important of
anaerobic respiration in
ever(da( life.(1.1)
!nvestigate and compare
the differences between
respirator( s(stem of fish"
insect and mammals(6.1)
(6.#)
<erobic respiration
<naerobic
respiration
4tructure and
function of
mitochondrion
(1 hour)
)emonstrate o1(gen is
used up and carbon
dio1ide is produced
during aerobic
respiration.
!nvestigate the
fermentation of sugar b(
(east (anaerobic
respiration).
($efer to 5ader.pg 1&1+
1@)
(1 hour)
-rac . $espirator(
s(stem of fish" insect and
mammals.
)issection of fish" insect
and mammal to show
their respirator( organs.
01amine" draw and label
the respirator( organs.
(% hours)
=se interactive
multimedia software to
clarif( and compare
aerobic and anaerobic
respiration.
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@ To-i. 5: Gro6t$
>rowth in plants and
animals
01plain the definition and
pattern of growth on
organisms.(1.1)
(6.#)
)escribe the growth of the
seedlings in terms of the
increase in height" number of
leaves and si3e of trunk/
stem.(1.1)
!dentif( essential condition
for plants to growth
health((1.1)
!nvestigate conditions
essential for the germination
of seeds.(6.1)"
(6.#)
The definition of
growth
The pattern of
growth for plants
and animals
(1 hour)
>erminate some mai3e
grains (monocot) and
sword bean seeds (dicot)
in damp sawdust and
record observation on the
growth of seedlings.
)escribe the growth of
the seedlings in terms of
the increase in height"
number of leaves and
si3e of trunk/ stem.
($efer to 5ader. pg #6%+
#6@)
(1 hour)
)iscussion and report
writing of -rac
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!nvestigate conditions
essential for the
germination of seeds.
<dminister Cui3 1.
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, 4chool+Based 01perience
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16 To-i. 7:Nutrition
<nimal 9utrition Compare and contrast the
herbivore" carnivore and
omnivore teeth
(1.1).
)raw" label and give a general
function for each t(pe of the
teeth.(1.1)
Compare and contrast human
digestive s(stem and
digestive s(stem of rabbit.
9ote the differences
between the two digestive
s(stem.(1.1)
!nvestigate en3(me and
digestion (6.1)
(6.#)
Arite a report on practical
#(6.1)"(6.%)" (6.&)
Classification of
animals according
to nutrition
<daptation of teeth
and 2aws according
to feeding habit
The process of
digestion in man
(1 hour)
Compare and contrast
the herbivore" carnivore
and omnivore teeth.
01amine" draw" label and
give a general function
for each t(pe of the teeth.
01amine the
model/diagram of human
digestive s(stem and
digestive s(stem of
rabbit. 9ote the
differences between the
two digestive s(stem.
($efer to 5ader. pg 6##+
66)
($efer to *askel. pg%6&+
%1%)
(1 hour)
-rac #. 0n3(mes and
)igestion
a) To show the action of
am(lase on starch.
b) To stud( the effect of
temperature on en3(me
action.
c) To show the action of
pepsin on egg white
(protein).
d) To show coagulation
of milk
e) To show emulsification
of fats
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)iscussion and report
writing of -ractical #
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11 To-i. 8: Nutrition
-lant 9utrition 01plain essential condition
for photos(nthesis.
(1.1)"(1.#)
Arite an eBuation for the
process of photos(nthesis
(1.1).(1.#)
4tate the importance of
-hotos(nthesis for human
beings(1.1)
01plain the factors affecting
the rate of photos(nthesis
(1.1)
!nvestigate conditions
essentials for
photos(nthesis
(6.1)(6.#)
-hotos(nthesis
4tructure and
function of
chloroplast
The eBuation for the
process of
photos(nthesis
!mportance of
photos(nthesis
8actors affecting the
rate of
photos(nthesis
-ractical
investigations in the
primar( school
curriculum
(1 hour)
)escribe what hapens to
the glucose produced
during photos(nthesis.
($efer to 5ader. pg 11#+
1&6)
(1 hour)
-rac 6. To investigate
conditions essential for
photos(nthesis
a) To test the presence of
starch in green leaf.
b) To show that sunlight
is necessar( for
photos(nthesis.
c) To show that
chloroph(ll is essential
for photos(nthesis.
d) To show that carbon
dio1ide is necessar( for
photos(nthesis.
e) To show that o1(gen is
produced during
photos(nthesis.
(% hours)
>ather information about
light and dark reaction in
photos(nthesis using
interactive multimedia
software.
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1% To-i. *9: E:.retion
<nimal 01cretion )raw and label the structure of
skin. (1.1)
4tate their functions of kidne(.
(1.1)
01plain the importance of
e1cretion s(stem in
organisms.(1.1)
'rgans of
e1cretion
?uman
e1cretion
-ractical
investigations in
the primar(
school
curriculum
(1 hour)
)raw and label the
structure of skin and
kidne(" and state their
functions.
(refer to mader. pg 6;#+
6,;)
(1 hour)
)iscussion of -rac #
(% hours)
>ather information about
human e1cretor( organs
and functions using
interactive multimedia
software.
<dminister Cui3 %.
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1& To-i. **: E:.retion
-lant 01cretion 01plain the importance of
transpiration (1.1)
Lists down the factors that
affecting the rate of
transpiration.
(1.1)
4(nthesis
information from different
resources about topics(6.%"
6.&)
Transpiration
and gutation
!mportance of
transpiration
and factors
affecting the
rate of
transpiration
-ractical
investigations in
the primar(
school
curriculum
(1 hour)
)emonstrate
transpiration in a potted
plant.
(1 hour)
-reparation of -rac @
(% hours)
<ccess the internet to
gather information about
topics in the seminar
presentation.
(% hours)
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1 To-i. *,: Re-rodu.tion
<nimal $eproduction
Compare and contrast
between se1ual and ase1ual
reproduction.
(1.1)
!dentif( two life c(cles of
animals in environment.
complete and incomplete
metamorphosis
(1.1)
)escribe the ph(sical
adaptations of animals to
different habitats in cold and
hot climates and protection
from enemies.(1.1)
(1.%)
4e1ual and
ase1ual
reproduction
($efer to 5ader. pg
#6&+#16)
5etamorphosis
and animal
survival
($efer to *askel. pg
#&#+#&@)
(1 hour)
01plain how animals
ensure the survival of
their (oung. >ive
e1amples of each t(pe.
)escribe ase1ual
reproduction including
binar( fission"
fragmentation and
budding.
>ive e1amples of each
t(pe.
!dentif( two life c(cles of
animals in (our
environment. complete
and incomplete
metamorphosis.
)escribe the ph(sical
adaptations of animals to
different habitats in cold
and hot climates and
protection from enemies.
(1 hour)
-rac @. 4eminar
presentation+ ?uman
$eproduction
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Continuation of 4eminar
-resentation D ?uman
$eproduction
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1# To-i. *1: Re-rodu.tion
-lant $eproduction
!dentif( one life c(cle of
flowering plants.(1.1)
01plain ase1ual reproduction
in plants including spores and
vegetative propagation.(1.1)
01plain how 1eroph(tes"
mesoph(tes" h(droph(tes
and haloph(tes adapt to their
habitats.(1.1)
)escribe the various
dispersal agents(1.1)
4e1ual and
ase1ual
reproduction.
Life c(cles and
plant survival
(1 hour)
4tud( se1ual
reproduction in flowering
plants.
!nvestigate the structure
of flowers. !dentif( one
life c(cle of flowering
plants.
4tud( ase1ual
reproduction in plants
including spores and
vegetative propagation.
>ive e1amples of each
t(pe.
($efer to 5ader.pg ,#+
#61)
01plain how 1eroph(tes"
mesoph(tes" h(droph(tes
and haloph(tes adapt to
their habitats.
(1 hour)
-rac ;. -lant
reproduction+pollination
and seed dispersal.
)escribe the various
dispersal agents such as
water" wind" animals and
e1plosive mechanism.
$elate the characteristics
of fruits and seeds to
their mechanisms of
dispersal
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)iscussion and report
writing of -rac. ;
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16 To-i. *2: Mo/e'ent "nd
su--ort
5ovement and support in
animals
)escribe various t(pes of
animal locomotion including
on land" in water and in the
air.(1.1)
4tate various t(pes of animal
locomation including on land"
in water and in the air.(1.1)
01plain the role of h(drostatic"
e1oskeleton" endoskeleton"
muscles and 2oints.(1.1)
<nimal
locomotion
The importance
of locomotion to
animals
$ole of
skeleton"
muscles and
2oints
(1 hour)
)escribe various t(pes of
animal locomotion
including on land" in
water and in the air.
01plain the role of
h(drostatic" e1oskeleton"
endoskeleton" muscles
and 2oints.
($efer to 5ader. pg @&@+
@#)
(1 hour)
-resentation and
collection submission of
-rac ;
(% hours)
<ccess the internet to
gather information about
the animal movement on
land" in water and in the
air
(% hours)
1@ To-i. *3: Res-onses to
sti'u&us
-lant responses to
stimulus
)escribe the various wa(s
plants respond to
environmental stimuli.(1.1)
)emonstrate how plants
respond to light" water"
gravit( and touch.
(6.1)
Tropism
9astic
Ta1is
(eg.microscopic
plants)
-ractical
investigations in
the primar(
school
curriculum
(1 hour)
)escribe the various
wa(s plants respond to
environmental stimuli.
)emonstrate how plants
respond to light" water"
gravit( and touch.
($efer to 5ader. pg @@+
;1)
(1 hour)
Compilation of -ractical 1
to practical ; marks
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$evision for final
e1amination
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