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YEARLY PLAN 2015

SEKOLAH
SUBJECT :
FORM

WEEK

:
SMK DATO HARUN
SCIENCE
:
4

TOPIC

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

THEME :
INTRODUCING
SCIENCE

A student is able to:


explain the steps in
scientific
investigation,
carry out a scientific
investigation,
write a report on a
scientific
investigation,
explain the
importance of
scientificinvestigation
.
A student is able to:
identify scientific

1.1:

1
5-9 Jan

CHAPTER 1 :
SCIENTIFIC
Analysing method
INVESTIGATION of scientific
investigation.

2
12-16
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1.2 :
Realising the
need to practice
scientific
attitudes and
noble values
when carrying
out scientific
investigations.

Jan

3
19-23
Jan

attitudes and noble


values practised by
scientists,
explain the need to
practise scientific
attitudes and noble
values when carrying
out a scientific
investigation,
practise scientific
attitudes and noble
values when carrying
out a scientific
investigation.

THEME :
MAINTENANCE
AND
CONTINUITY OF
LIFE
CHAPTER 2 :
BODY
COORDINATIO
N

A student is able to:


describe what body
coordination is,
identify the body
systems that control
and regulate
coordination,
state the importance
of body coordination.

2.1 :
Understanding
body
coordination.

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WEEK
TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

CONTENT

A student is ab!e to;


identify the
component parts of
the human nervous
system.
state the function of
each component part
of the nervous
system.
state what a neurone
is.
identify the parts of a
neurone.
state the function of
each part of the
neurone.
identify the different
types of neurone.

2.2 :
Under-standing
the human
nervous system.

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26 Jan
1 Feb

state the function of


each type of
neurone.
compare and
contrast the different
types of neurone.
A student is able to:
state what receptors
and effectors are,
state the functions of
receptors and
effectors,
explain with
examples what a
reflex action is
describe a reflex arc,
illustrate the path
taken by an impulse
in the reflex arc.
A student is able to
explain what
proprioceptors are
explain the
importance of

2.3 :
Analysing
nervous coordination.

2.4 :
Understanding
the role of
proprioceptors in
maintaining
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balance and
coordination

proprioceptors.
.

WEEK
5
2-6 Feb

TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES
2.5 :
A student is able to
Understanding the identify the main
human brain and
parts of the human
its complexity.
brain.
state the func:ians of
each main part of the
human brain.
explain what
voluntary action is.
give examples of
voluntary action.
explain what
involuntary action is.
give examples of
involuntary action.
explain the effects of
injuries to
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specific parts of the


human brain
2.6 :
Understanding
hormonal
coordination in
the body.

A student is able to
describe what a
hormone is,
describe what
endocrine glands
are,
identify the main
endocrine glands
and their respective
locations in the
body,
state the functions
of hormones
secreted by the
endocrine glands,
describe the effects
of hormonal
imbalance on
health.

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2.7 :
Analysing
Coordination
between the
nervous
system and the
endocrine
system.

A student is able to
compare and
contrast nervous
coordination with
hormonal
coordination,
explain with
examples the
coordination
between the
nervous system and
the endocrine
system in response
to a specific
stimulus,
explain the
importance of
coordination
between the
nervous system
and the endocrine
system in response
to a specific
stimulus.

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9-13
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16-22
Feb
7
23 Feb
1 Mac

2.8

A student is able to
define what drugs
are,
list examples of
drugs
explain what drug
abuse is,
describe the effects
of drug
abuse on body
coordination
describe the effects
of drug abuse on
health

Evaluating the
effects of
drug abuse on
body
coordination
and health.

2.9 :
Analysing the
effects of
excessive
consumption of
alcohol on body

A student is able to
list examples of
alcoholic drinks,
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coordination
and health.

describe the effects


of excessive
consumption of
alcohol on body
coordination.
describe the effects
of excessive
consumption of
alcohol on health,
justify the
importance of
avoiding excessive,
consumption of
alcohol.

2.10 :
Realising the
importance of
sound and
healty mind.

A student is able to
state what mind is,
identify factors that
affect the mind,
explain row
substance abuse can
affect the mind,
justify the importance
of a healthy and
sound mind.
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TOPIC

8
THEME :
2-6 Mac MAINTENANC
E AND
CONTINUITY
OF LIFE
CHAPTER 3 :
HEREDITY
AND
VARIATION

CONTENT
3.1 :
Understanding
cell
division.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
A student is able to
state what genes,
deoxyribonucleic acids
(DNA) and
chromosomes are,
describe the
relationship between
gene, DNA and
chromosome,
state what mitosis is,
state what meiosis is,
describe the process
of mitosis,
describe the process of
meiosis,
compare and contrast
mitosis with meiosis,
explain the
importance of mitosis and
meiosis.
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3.2 :
Understanding
the principles
and mechanism
of
inheritance.

WEEK

TOPIC

A student is able to
explain what dominant
genes and recessive
genes are,
identify dominant
traits and recessive
traits in human,
ilustrate the
mechanism of
inheritance of traits
using schematic
diagram,
predict the genotype
and phenotype ratios
of a monohybrid
cross.

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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2/9-13
Mac

STANDARDISE TEST 1
CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL

16-20
Mac
8
23-27
Mac

Discussion on
standardize test 1
3.3 :
Understanding
sex
determination
and the
occurrence of
twins in human
beings.

A student is able to
explain what sex
chromosomes are,
explain how sex is
determined,
explain the formation
of identical and nonidentical twins
compare and
contrast identical
with non-identical
twins,
explain what siamese
twins are.
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9-10
30-10
April

3.4 :
Understanding
mutation

3.5 :
Evaluating
the effects of
genetic
research on
human life

A student is able to
state what mutation
is,
state the types of
mutation,
list examples of
mutation,
identify causes of
mutation,
State the advantages
and disadvantages
of mutation
A student is able to:
list the contributions
of genetic research in
various ' fields,
explain selective
breeding in plants
and livestock,
state the importance
of selective breeding
in plants and
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livestock,
describe the
technology used for
selective breeding,
present arguments
for and against
genetic research.

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

3.6 :

A student is able to:


state what variation is,
Analysing variation
list variation in humans,
among living
classify variation into
things.
continuous and
discontinuous variation,
compare and contrast
continuous and
discontinuous variation,
identify factors that
cause variation,
3.7 :
explain the
Realising the
importance of variation,
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need to adhere
to a code of
ethics in genetic
research.

12
13-17
April

THEME :
MATTER IN
NATURE
CHAPTER 4 :
MATTER AND
SUBSTANCES

A student is able to:


explain how the misuse
of knowledge in the
field of genetics can
endanger life,
describe the
importance of
establishing
and adhering to ethics
and morals in
scientific research for
the benefit of
mankind.

4.1

A student is able to:


explain the kinetic
Analysing changes
theory of matter
in the states of
relate changes in heat
matter.
to changes in kinetic
energy of the particles
in mater,
explain the
interconversion of the
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three
states of matter based
on the kinetic
theory of matter

WEEK

13
20-26
April

TOPIC

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

A student is able to :
describe the structure
of an atom
4.2 :
Understanding the identify the
subatomic particles,
structure of an
compare and
atom.
contrast the
subatomic particles

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WEEK
14
27 April
1 Mei

TOPIC

CONTENT
4.3
Applying the idea
of proton
number and
nucleon
number in atoms
of elements.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
A students is able to :
state what proton
number is,
state what nucleon
number is,
relate the number of
protons, neutrons and
electrons in an atom to
its proton number and
nucleon number,
deduce the number of
protons, electrons and
neutrons in atoms of
different elements,
make a generalisation
on the numbers of
protons and electrons
in atoms of different
elements,
state what isotopes
are,
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give examples of
isotopes.
4.4
Understanding the
classification of
elements in
the Periodic Table.

WEEK

TOPIC

A student is able to:


describe the
arrangement of
elements in the
Periodic Table,
describe what is meant
by groups and periods
in the Periodic Table,
identify the locations of
metals, non-metals and
semimetals in the
Periodic Table,
state the
importance of the
Periodic Table,

CONTENT
4.5

LEARNING OUTCOMES
A student is able to:
describe what atoms,
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Understanding the
properties of
substances based
on the particles
present in them.

molecules and ions are,


identify the particles in
substances as atoms,
molecules and ions,
state examples of
substances made of
atoms,molecules and
ions,
compare and
contrast substances
that are made of
atoms, molecules
and ions based on
their physical
properties,
relate the physical
properties of
substances
made up of atoms,
molecules and ions to
the
arrangement of
particles
and the forces of
attraction between
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4.6
Understanding
the
properties and
uses of
metals and nonmetals.

them.
A student is able to:
list examples of metals
and non-metals,
list the properties of
metals and non-metals,
list the uses of metals
and non-metals in daily
life,
compare and contrast
metals and non-metals
based on their physical
properties,
relate the physical
properties of metals
and non-metals to their
uses in daily life.

15-16
4-29
Mei

MID YEAR EXAM

1-14 Jun
WEEK

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
CONTENT
LEARNING OUTCOMES

TOPIC

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15-19
Jun

4.7
Analysing
methods of
purifying
substances.

A student is able to:


state the characteristics
of pure substances,
describe the different
methods of purification
of substances,
relate the
characteristics of
substances to the
methods of purification
used,
explain with examples
the methods of
purification used to
produce substances
used in daily life.

4.8
Appreciating the
existence and
uses of various
substances of

A student is able to:


describe how man uses
various substances of
different characteristics
and states in everyday
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different
characteristics

WEEK

TOPIC

life,
justify the importance
of the existence of
various substances of
different characteristics
and states that benefit
mankind.

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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18
28-3
Julai

THEME :
ENERGY IN
LIFE

5.1
Under-standing
physical and
chemical changes.

CHAPTER 5 :
ENERGY AND
CHEMICAL
CHANGES

5.2
Analysing heat
change in
chemical
reactions.

A student is able to:


explain what physical
change is,
explain what chemical
change is,
give examples of
physical changes in
daily life,
give examples of
chemical changes in
daily life,

compare and
contrast
physical changes and
chemical changes.

A student is able to:


state that chemical
reactions involve heat
change,
identify reactions
involving heat loss,
identify reactions
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involving heat gain,


relate changes in
temperature of
reactants to exothermic
reactions,
relate changes in
temperature of
reactants to
endothermic reactions,
explain through
examples heat changes
that occur during
industrial chemical
reactions.

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5.3
Synthesising the
reactivity series
of metals.

5.4 :

A student is able to:


describe the
reactivity of
metals with water,
describe the
reactivity of
metals with acids,
describe the reactivity
of metals with
oxygen,
compare and contrast
the reactivity of
metals with water,
acids and oxygen,
arrange metals in
order of reactivity,
construct the
reactivity series
metals based on
reactivity of metals
with oxygen.
identify the position
of carbon in the
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Applying the
concepts of
reactivity series
of metals.

reactivity series.
A student is able to:
relate the position of
metals in the
reactivity series to
the method of
extraction of metals
from their ores,
explain with
examples the
process of extraction
of a metal from its
ore using carbon,
state the importance
or the reactivity
series.

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WEEK
19
13-16
Julai

Topic

Content
5.5:
Understanding
electrolysis.

5.6:
Understanding the
production of
electrical energy
from chemical
reactions.

Learning Outcomes
A student is able to:
state what electrolysis
is,
state what anode,
cathode, anion, cation
and electrolyte are,
describe the electrolysis
of an electrolyte using
carbon electrodes,
explain the uses of
electrolysis industry
A student is able to:
describe how a
simple cell works,
list the various types
of cells and their
uses,
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state the advantages


and disadvantages of
various types of cells.

16-19
Julai

HARI RAYA AIDIL FITRI

20
20-24
Julai
5.7:
Understanding
chemical reactions
that occur in the
presence of light.

A student is able to:


give examples of
chemical reactions
which require light,
explain the effect of
light on photosensitive
chemicals,
explain why certain
chemicals are stored in
dark bottles.

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5.8:
Appreciating the
innovative efforts
in the design of
equipment using
chemical reactions
as sources of
energy

A student is able to:


describe how energy
obtained from chemical
reactions should be
used efficiently to
prevent wastage,
describe how
equipment utilising
chemical reactions as
sources of energy
should be disposed to
reduce environmental
pollution,
give suggestions on
new ways of using
chemical reactions as
sources of energy for
equipment,
put into practise good
habits when using and
disposing equipment
that uses chemical
reaction as a source of
energy.
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CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

21
27-31
Julai

THEME :
ENERGY IN
LIFE
CHAPTER 6 :
NUCLEAR
ENERGY

6.1
Understanding
radioactive
substances.

A student is able to;


state what radioactive
substances are,
give examples of
radioactive substances,
describe the process of
radioactive decay,
name the three types
of radioactive
radiations,
describe the
characteristics of each
type of radioactive
radiation,
compare and contrast
radioactive radiations,
explain what
radioisotopes are,
give examples of
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6.2
Understanding the
production of
nuclear energy and
its uses.

6.3:
Awareness of the
need for proper
handling of
radioactive
substances

radioisotopes,
explain the uses of
radioactive substances.

A student is able to;


describe the production
of nuclear energy
through fission,
describe the production
of nuclear energy
through fusion,
state the uses of
nuclear energy,
describe the process of
generating electricity
from nuclear energy,
explain the effects of
nuclear energy
production.
A student is able to:
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state the effects of


radioactive radiations
on living things,
describe the correct
way of handling
radioactive substances
and radioactive waste,
explain the need for
proper handling of
radioactive substances
and radioactive waste.

WEEK
22
3-7
Ogos

TOPIC

THEME :
ENERGY IN
LIFE
CHAPTER 7 :

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

7.1:
Synthesising the
formation of image
by plane mirrors
and lenses.

A student is able to:


state the characteristics
of images formed by a
plane mirror,
state the characteristics
of images formed by a
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LIGHT,COLOU
R AND SIGHT

convex lens,
state the characteristics
of images formed by a
concave lens,
compare and contrast
images of distant objects
formed by convex lenses
and concave lenses,
draw a labelled ray
diagram to show the
formation of image by
light rays passing
through a convex lens,
draw a labelled ray
diagram to show the
formation of image by
light rays passing
through a concave lens,
draw ray diagrams to
explain how
characteristics of images
formed by convex lenses
vary with object
distance,
determine
the
focal
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length of a convex lens.

7.2:
A student is able to:
Synthesising the
identify the parts of
formation of image
optical instruments
by optical
involved in image
instruments.
formation
draw ray diagrams for
light rays passing
through an optical
instrument,
compare arrd contrast
the mechanisms in
focusing and controlling
the amount of light that
enters human eyes and
7.3 :
a camera,
Analysing light
explain the structure
dispersion.
and function of various
parts of the eye using a
camera as an analogy,

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A student is able to:


state what light
dispersion is,
explain through
examples how
dispersion of light
occurs.

WEEK
23
17-21
Ogos

TOPIC

CONTENT

7.4 :
Analysing light
scattering.

7.5 :
Analysing the

LEARNING OUTCOMES
A student is able to:
state what light
scattering is,
give examples of
phenomena related to
light scattering
explain through
examples how
scattering of fight
occurs in natural
phenomena.
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addition and
subtraction of
coloured lights.

WEEK

TOPIC

A student is able to:


identify primary and
secondary colours,
explain how addition of
primary colours
produces secondary
colours,
explain the subtraction
of colours by coloured
filters

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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24 Ogos
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7.6
Applying the
principle of
subtraction of
coloured light to
explain the
appearance of
coloured objects.

7:7 :
Analysing the
effect of mixing
pigments.

A student is able to:


explain subtraction of
coloured lights by
coloured objects.
explain the appearance
of coloured objects
under white light.
explain the appearance
of coloured objects
under coloured lights.
state the function of
rod and cone cells in
the eye.

A student is able to:


state what pigment is,
list the uses of
pigments,
compare and contrast
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the mixing of pigments


with the addition of
coloured lights,
explain through
examples the effects of
pigments on light,
make conclusions
about,the mixing of
pigments.

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7.8:

A student is able to:


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Evaluating the
importance of
colour in daily life.

7.9 :
Appreciating the
benefits of various
types of optical
instruments to
mankind.

7-11
Sept

WEEK

TOPIC

27
14-18
Sept
THEME :

list the uses of colour


in daily life,
state with examples
the importance of
colour to living
things,
justify the importance
of colour to living
things.
A student is able to:
relate the inventions of
various types of optical
instruments to their
contributions to
mankind.

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

8.1:
A student is able to:
Understanding the state what an alloy is,
properties of alloys give examples of
and their uses in
alloys,
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TECHNOLOGICA industry.
L AND
INDUSTRIAL

explain how the


formation of alloy can
change the properties
of metals,
relate the changes in
the properties of
metals when they are
converted to alloys to
the arrangment of
particles in the alloys,
relate the properties
of alloys to their uses
in daily life,
describe the
importance of alloys in
industry,
state what
superconductor alloys
are.

DEVELOPMENT
IN SOCIETY
CHAPTER 8 :
CHEMICALS IN
INDUSTRY

8.2
A Student is able to:
Analysing the
list the uses of
production and
ammonia and its
uses of ammonia in
compounds in daily
industry.
life,
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describe how
ammonia is produced
in industry,
state the factors
which affect the
production of
ammonia in industry,
state the industrial
uses of ammonia,

WEEK

19-27
Sept
27
28 Sept

TOPIC

CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
8.3 :
Analysing the
effects of industrial

A student is able to:.


identify manufacturing
activities which are
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waste disposal on
the environment

sources of pollution,
explain the effects of
improper industrial
waste disposal,
relate the effects of
industrial waste
disposal to the survival
of living things,
state with examples
the methods of
controlling industrial
waste disposal to avoid
pollution.

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8.4 :
A student is able to:
Realising the need describe the
for preservation
consequences of
and conservation of
uncontrolled and
the environment
haphazard disposal of
from industrial
industrial waste,
waste pollution for explain the importance
the well being of
of practising
mankind.
responsible way of
disposing industrial
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waste.
Intensive Revision
18-24
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Final Year Examination


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26 Okt
13 NOV FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION
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