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SCHEME OF WORK 2013 SCIENCE FORM 1

Semester One
Week
(Period)

Theme
Introducing
Science

Learning
Area
Introduction
to Science

Learning Objectives
1.1

Understanding
that science is
part of
everyday life

1
(2/1
4/1)

2
(7/1
11/1)

1.2

Understanding
the steps in
scientific
investigation

Suggested Teaching and


Learning
Describe examples of
natural phenomena that
students see around
them.
a) growth of human
from a baby to an
adult
b) fall of a ball to the
ground
c) melting of ice

Carry out a scientific


investigation/experiment
, e.g. To find out what
affect the number of
times the pendulum
swings back and forth
(oscillations) during a
given time.

Learning Outcome

Notes

Vocabulary

A student is able to:

list what he sees around


him that is related to
science

explain the importance


of science in everyday
life

name some careers in


science such as:
a) science teachers
b) doctors
c) engineers

During the
learning
activities, bring
out the science
concepts and
principles
students have
learned in
primary school.

Benefit faedah
Careers kerjaya
Discuss bincangkan
Educators pendidik
Importance kepentingan
Professionals
professional
Related berkenaan
Role play main peranan
Talks ceramah
Natural phenomena
fenomena alam

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Affect mempengaruhi
Conditions keadaan
Determine menentukan
Emphasizes
menekankan
Hypothesis hipotesis
Identify mengenal pasti
Investigation
penyiasatan
Involves melibatkan
Measure ukur
Observe memerhati
Oscillations ayunan
lengkap
Swings back and forth
berayun pergi dan balik
Pendulum bandul
Variable pemboleh ubah

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Pendulum
Black box
Metal bob
Metre rule
String
Stopwatch
Graph paper

A student is able to:

State the steps in


scientific
investigation/experime
nt

Carry out a scientific


investigation

Talks on careers
in science by
professionals
Scientific
investigation
involves the use
of science
process skills
There should be
a guided
discussion for
steps (a) to (d)
before carrying
out the
experiment.

The students will be:


a) determining what I
want to find out
(identifying the
problem)
b) making a smart
guess (forming a
hypothesis)
c) planning how to
test the hypothesis
(planning the
experiment)
d) carrying out the
experiment
e) writing down what
has been observed
(collecting data)
f)
finding a meaning
for what has been
observed
(analyzing and
interpreting data)
g) deciding whether
the hypothesis is

Resources

Moral
Values
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Accuracy
Thankful
Respect to
the
environment
Cooperation
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Punctuality
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Accuracy
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Respect to
the
environment
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Punctuality
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Evidence

Remarks

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the teacher to
identify the
students
capability to
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true (making
conclusions),
writing a report on
the investigation
(reporting)

Students can be asked to


report on their
investigations to the
class. Students
emphasise the steps they
have taken; what they
have changed; what they
have kept the same and
what they have measured
1.3

Knowing
physical
quantities and
their units

Identify physical
quantities (length, mass,
time, temperature and
electric current), their
values and units found
on product descriptions.
Find words with the
prefixes used in
measurements such as
kilo-, centi-, and milli-

3
(14/1
18/1)

Find the symbols used


for these unit of
measurement.
Find the value of these
prefixes.
4
(21/1
25/1)

1.4

Understanding
the use of
measuring
tools

Measure the length of


straight lines, curves and
the diameter of objects
using rulers, thread and
calipers
Estimate the area of
regular and irregular
shapes using graph paper
Measure volume of
liquids using measuring
cylinder, pipette and
burette.
Determine the volume of
regular and irregular

A student is able to:

State physical
quantities: length,
mass, time, temperature
and electrical current

State the S.I. units and


the corresponding
symbols for these
physical quantities

State the symbols and


values of prefixes for
units of lengths and
mass: milli-, centi-,
and kilo
Identify and use
appropriate prefixes in
the measurement of
length and mass
A student is able to:

Choose the right tool


and measure length in
the context of an
experiment.

Estimate area of regular


and irregular shapes
using graph paper in
the context of an
experiment

Choose the right tool


and measure the
volume of liquid in the
context of an
experiment

Choose the right tool to

Product
descriptions can
be found on
labels, boxes of
electrical
appliances, food
packets, etc
S.I. is an
abbreviation for
the French term
Systeme
International
dUnites which
means
international
system for units
i.e. metre,
kilogram,
second, etc
Make sure
students take
measurements
correctly and
accurately

Abbreviation singkatan
Appropriate sesuai
Corresponding symbols
symbol berpadanan
Electric current arus
elektrik
Length panjang
Mass jisim
Measurement ukuran
Physical quantities
kuantiti fizikal
Prefixes imbuhan
Symbol symbol
Value - nilai

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Spring
balance
A 100g
weight rock
Wooden
block

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Calipers angkup
Curve gais lengkung
Displacement sesaran
Estimate
menganggarkan
Irregular tidak sekata
Regular sekata
Volume isipadu

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Half metre
rule
Measuring
tape
Thread
Ruler
Pencil
White paper
Caliper
external

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environment
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solids using the water


displacement method
Measure the body
temperature and
temperature of water.
Discuss the right choice
of tool in making
measurements
Apply the above
measurement skills in
the context of
experiments
1.5

Understanding
the concept of
mass

Find the weights of


different objects using a
spring balance
Discuss weight as the
pull of the earth
(gravitational force) on
an object.
Discuss mass as quantity
of matter

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1/2)

Find the mass of


different objects using
beam/lever balance or
lever balance

measure the body


temperature and
temperature of a liquid

Diameter
Internal
caliper
diameter
Beakers (50
ml and 100
ml)
Test tube

Determine the volume


of solids using water
displacement method in
the context of an
experiment.

A student is able to:

Determine the weight


of an object

Explain the concept of


weight

Explain the concept of


mass

Determine the mass of


an object

Explain the difference


between mass and
weight

Apply the use of spring


and beam/lever balance
in the context of an
experiment

Discuss the difference


between mass and
weight

Unit for weight:


Newton
Unit for mass:
kilogram
Carry out an
experiment
where students
have to apply
the
measurement
skills of mass or
weight

Beam balance neraca


alur
Determine menentukan
Difference perbezaan
Force daya
Lever balance neraca
tuas
Mass jisim
Matter jirim
Pull tarikan
Spring balance neraca
spring
Weight - berat

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Spring
balance
Triple-beam
balance
Lever
balance
Electronic
balance
A piece of
rock wooden
block

(body
temperature)
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(liquid
temperature)
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Apply the skills of using


the spring balance and
beam/lever balance in
the context of an
experiment.

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1.6

Realising the
importance of
standard units
in everyday
life

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(4/2
8/2)

Discuss the various units


for measurements, e.g.
units for length (feet,
yard, chain, mile, meter,
kilometer), units for
weight (pound, ounce,
kati, tahil, gram,
kilogram)

A student is able to:

Give examples of
problems that may arise
if standard units are not
used

Get assistance
from English
Language
teachers in
preparing the
script for the
act.

Act out lakonkan


Advantages kebaikan
Arise timbul
Disadvantages
keburukan
Realizing menyedari
Standard piawai
Scene babak
Various - pelbagai

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Animal cell sel haiwan


Cell wall dinding sel
Cheek cells sel pipi
Chloroplast kloroplas
Cytoplasm sitosplasma
Handling mengendali
General umum
Microscope mikroskop
Nucleus nukleus
Onion bawang merah
Plant cell sel tumbuhan
Precautions langkah
keselamatan
Prepare sediakan
Protoplasm protoplasma
Remind ingatkan
Sample sampel
Slide slaid
Structure struktur
Vacuole vakuol

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Microscope
Glass slide
Onion
Iodine
solution
Cover slip

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Act out a scene to show


the problem caused by
not using standard units
e.g. buying things at the
market

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Discuss the advantages


and disadvantages of
using different units of
measurement.
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CHINESE NEW YEAR BREAK


Man and
the variety
of living
things

1.1

Cell as
a unit
of life

1.1

Understanding
cells

Gather information on
living organisms and
identify the smallest
living unit that makes up
the organisms
Prepare slides of cheek
cells and onion cells
Study the general
structure of cheek cells
and onion cells under a
microscope, using the
correct procedure

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22/2)

Draw and label the


different structures of an
animal cell and a plant
cell
Compare an animal cell
and a plant cell
Gather information on
cell structures and
discuss their functions
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1/3)

1.2

Understanding
unicellular
organism and

Gather information about


unicellular organisms
and multicellular

A student is able to:

Identify that cell is the


basic unit of living
things

Prepare slides
following the proper
procedures

Use a microscope
properly

Identify the general


structures of animal
cells and plant cells

Draw the general


structures of an animal
cell and a plant cells

Label the general


structure of an animal
cell and a plant cell

State the function of


each cell structure

State the similarities


and differences
between the two cells

General
structure of a
cell includes cell
wall, cell
membrane,
protoplasm
(cytoplasm and
nucleus),
chloroplast and
vacuole

A student is able to:


State the meaning of
unicellular organism and

Use prepared
slides or fresh
specimens.

The usage and


handling of a
microscope is
introduced here
Remind pupils
of the safety
precautions to
be taken when
preparing
samples of
cheek cells

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Multicellular organism

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multicellular
organism

organism.
Provide students with
picture cards, name
cards, unicellular and
multicellular cards.
Students use reference
materials and/or
information to match the
three cards for each
organism.

multicellular organisms.
Give examples of
unicellular organism
and multicellular
organisms.

ntroduce the
term
microorganism

organisma multisel
Unicellular organism
organisma unisel

Observe examples of
unicellular organism and
multicellular organism
under a microscope.
1.3

Understanding
that cells form
tissues, organs
and systems in
human body

Gather information and


discuss the following:
a) Types of human
cells,
b) Function of
different types of
human cells.
c) Use a graphic
organizer (e.g.
ladder to hierarchy)
to show the
organization of
cells;
Cell --> tissue --> organ
--> system --> organism

A student is able to:

Name the different


types of human cells.

State the function of


different types of
human cells.

Arrange sequentially
cell organization from
simple to complex
using the terms cell,
tissue, organ, system
and organism.

Arrange sequentially
susun mengikut urutan
Cell sel
Function fungsi
Human beings manusia
Ladder tangga
Organ organ
Organization of cells
organisasi sel
System sistem
Simple mudah
Tissue tisu

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Slide of
spirogyra
and hydra
Glass slides,
a beaker of
pond water
Microscope

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the
environment
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organis
m
system

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tissu
cell e

1.4

Realising that
humans are
complex
organisms

orga
n

Discuss why human


beings are complex
organisms.

A student is able to:

Explain why human


being are complex
organisms.

Complex organism
organisma kompleks
Human beings manusia
Realizing menyedari

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Matter In
Nature

1. Matter

1.1

understanding
that matter has
mass and
occupies
space

Through activities, show


that things such as book,
air, water, soil and living
things have mass and
occupy space.
Discuss what matter is.

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List examples of matter.

A student is able to:

State that things have


mass and occupy space.

Explain what matter is,


and to elate things and
matter.

Carry out activities to


show that air, water,
soil and living things
have mass and occupy
space.

Air udara
Living things benda
hidup
Mass jisim
Matter jirim
Occupies memenuhi
Water air
Soil - tanih

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SCHOOL EXAMINATION 1

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SCHOOL HALF FIRST TERM HOLIDAY

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5/4)

1.2

Understanding
the three
states of
matter

Gather information and


discuss
a) What matter is
made up of,
b) What the three
state of matter are.
Compare the three state
of matter in terms of:
a) The arrangement of
particles,
b) The movement of
particles.

A student is able to:

State that matter is


made up of particles.

State the three states of


matter.

State the arrangement


of particles in the three
sates of matter,

State the differences in


the movement of
particles in the three
states of matter.

Particles zarah
Simulate membuat
simulasi
Arrangement susunan
Movement gerakan
Staes of matter keadaan
jirim.

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School bag
Balloons
Lidi
Thread
Soil
Small plastic
bags
Fresh beg of
sprout
Lever
balance

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Polystyrene
beads
Glass
cylinder
Cardboard
Loud
speaker

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Simulate the
arrangement and
movement of particles in
the three states of matter.
1.3

Understanding
the concept of
density

Recall the definition of


density.
Through activities, find
the densities of:

A student is able to:

Define density

explain why some


objects and
liquids float,

Archimedes
Principle need
not
be introduced.

definition takrifan
explain menerangkan
float timbul
liquid cecair
object with irregular

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a) objects with regular


shape and
objects with irregular
shape,
b) different liquids.
Discuss why some
objects and
liquids float by relating
to density.

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2.2 Understanding
elements,
compounds and
mixtures

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Gather information abut


the resources on earth,
i.e. water, air, soil,
minerals, fossil fuels and
living things.

A student is able to:

List the resources on


earh needed to sutain
life.

List the resources on


earth used in everyday
life.

Life kehidupan
Knowing mengetahui
Resources sumber
To sustain life
menyokong
keseinambaungan
kehidupan.

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Gather information and


discuss
a) What elements,
compounds and
mixture are,
b) What metals and
non-metals are,
c) Example of
elements,
compounds,
mixtures, metals
and non-metals.

A student is able to:

State what elements,


compounds and
mixture are,

Give examples of
elements, compounds
and mixtures,

State the difference


between elements,
compound and
mixtures,

Carry out activities to


compare the properties
of different metal and
non metals,

Classify element as

Appearance rupa
Characteristics ciri
Classify mengelaskan
Compound sebatian
Components komponen
Conductivity
kekonduksian
Electricity elektrik
Element unsure
Hadness kekerasan
Heat haba
Mixture campuran
Separate mengasingkan
Understanding
memahami

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Beaker
Glass rod
Spatula
Magnet
Iron filings
Sulphur
powder
Filter paper
Filter funnel
Evaporating

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knowing the
different
resources on
earth

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aplication aplikasi
appreciating
menghargai
applies mengaplikasi
build bina
float pelampung
gas gas
property sifat
raft rakit
store menyimpan
transport mengangkut

the use of
properties of
matter in
everyday life.

2.1

shape
objek berbentuk tak
sekata
object with regular shape

objek berbentuk sekata


recall ingat semula
solve selesaikan

solve simple problems


related to density,
carry out activities to
explore the densities of
objects and
liquids.

A student is able to:

describe how man uses


the different states of
matter,

describe how man


applies the concept of
density,

carry out an activity to


explore
the applications of the
concept
of floating and sinking
related to
density.

1.4 Appreciating

2. the
variety of
resources on
earth

Compare and contrast


the properties of
elements, compounds
and mixtures.

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Carry out activities to


compare the properties
of metals and non-metals
in terms of appearance,
hardness, conductivity of
heat and conductivity of
electricity,
Carry out activities to
separate the components
of mixture e.g.
1
Mixture of iron
filing and sulphur
powder,
2
Mixture of sand
and salt.

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Appreciating
the
importance of
variety of
earths
resources to
man

Discuss the importance


of earths resources
(water, air, soil, minerals,
fossil fuels and living
things) to man.
Draw a concept map to
show the relationship
between these resources
to the basic needs of life.
Gather information on
the preservation and
conservation of
resources on earth.
Discuss the importance
of the preservation and
conservation of
resources on earth (e.g.
recycling of paper will
help reduce the cutting
down of trees:
conserving clean water
prevents water shortage).

metals and non metals


based on their
characteristics,
Give examples of
metals and non-metals,
Carry out activities to
separate the component
of a mixture.

A student is able to:

Explain the importance


of variety of earths
resources to man

State the meaning of


the preservation and
conservation of
resources on earth

State the importance of


the preservation and
conservation of
resources on earth

Practice reusing and


recycling of materials,
e.g. using old
unfinished exercise
books as note books
and collecting old
newspapers for
recycling

dish
Bunsen
burner
Retort stand
Wire gauze
Mixture of
sand and salt
Copper rods
Sulphur rods
Sandpaper
Bulb
Dry cells
Crocodile
clips
Tripod stand
Wax
Thumbtacks
Hammer
Wooden
block
Copper plate
ppreciating menghargai
Concept map peta
konsep
Conservation
pemuliharaan/penggunaan
berhemat
Needs of life keperluan
hidup
Preservation
pemeliharaan
Resources sumber
Relationship hubung
kait

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Carry out a
project/campaign/
competition on the
reusing and recycling of
materials

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The Air
Around
us

3.1

Understanding
what air is
made up of
(the
composition
of air)

Carry out activities to


show:
a) the percentage of
oxygen in air
b) that air contains
water vapour,
microorganisms
and dust

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3.2

Understanding
the properties
of oxygen and
carbon
dioxide

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Gather information on:


a) the composition of
air
b) the percentage of
nitrogen, oxygen
and carbon dioxide
in air

3.3

Understanding
oxygen is
needed in
respiration

Gather information on
the properties of oxygen
and carbon dioxide
Carry out activities to
show the properties of
oxygen and carbon
dioxide in the following
aspects:
a) solubility in water
b) reaction with
sodium hydroxide
c) the effect on:
glowing and
burning wooden
splinter, litmus
paper, lime water,
bicarbonate
indicator
Gather information and
discuss respiration.
Carry out activities to
show that during
respiration, living things
a) use oxygen

A student is able to:

state what air is made


up of

explain why air is a


mixture

state the average


percentage of nitrogen,
oxygen and carbon
dioxide in air

carry out activities to


show:
a) the percentage of
oxygen in air
b) that air
contains water
vapour,
microorganisms
and dust

Air is a mixture
of nitrogen,
oxygen, carbon
dioxide, inert
gases, water
vapour,
microorganisms
and dust

A student is able to:

list the properties of


oxygen and carbon
dioxide

identify oxygen and


carbon dioxide based
on its properties

choose a suitable test


for oxygen and carbon
dioxide

Lime water air


kapur
Glowing
berbeza
Indicator
penunjuk
Reaction
tindak balas
Solubility
keterlarutan
Wooden splinter
kayu uji

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Test tubes
Oxygen
Carbon dioxide
Basin
Sodium hydroxide
solution
250 ml beaker
wooden splinter
blue and red litmus paper
lime water
bicarbonate indicator

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Carbon dioxide
karbon
dioksida
Energy tenaga
Exhaled air
udara hembusan
Inhaled air

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the
environment
Co-

A student is able to

state that energy,


carbon dioxide and
water vapour are the
products of respiration

relate that living things


use oxygen and give

Carbon dioxide karbon


dioksida
Composition komposisi
Dust habuk
Microorganisms
mikroorganisma
Nitrogen nitrogen
Oxygen oksigen
Inert gas gas nadir
Water vapour wap air

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Candle
Gas jar
Basin of
water
Beaker
Ice-cubes
Cobalt
chloride
paper
Dry cloth
Petri dishes
Sterilized
nutrient agar
Cellophone
tape
Magnifying
glass
Glass slides

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b)

give out carbon


dioxide

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out carbon dioxide


during respiration
compare and contrast
the content of oxygen
in inhaled and exhaled
air in humans
state that oxygen is
needed for respiration
carry out an experiment
to show that living
things use oxygen and
give out carbon dioxide
during respiration.

udara sedutan
Oxygen
oksigen
Role peranan
Rate of
respiration
kadar respirasi
Water vapour
wap air
Yeast - yis

Wire gauze
Glass tube
Stoppers
Germinating green peas
Sodium hydroxide
solution
Cotton
Grasshoppers
Red ink
Bicarbonate indicator
Cockroaches

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SCHOOL EXAMINATION 2

FIRST TERM SCHOOL HOLIDAY


(27/5 8/6)

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SCHEME OF WORK 2013 SCIENCE FORM 1


Semester Two
Week
(Period)

Theme

Learning Area

Learning Objectives
3.4

Understanding
oxygen is
needed for
combustion
(burning)

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Suggested Teaching and


Learning
Gather information and
discuss combustion
Carry out experiments
to:
a) Show that oxygen
is needed for
combustion
b) Investigate the
effect of the size of
a container on the
length of the time a
candle burns

Learning Outcome

Notes

A student is able to:

State what combustion


is

State that oxygen is


needed for combustion

List the products of


combustion

Carry out experiments


to investigate
combustion

Charcoal is an
example of
carbon

Vocabulary
Candle lilin
Charcoal arang
Combustion
pembakaran
Carbon karbon
Product hasil

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Gas jars
1200 ml
beaker
500 ml beaker
plasticine
Bunsen
burner
Charcoal
Test tube
Tongs
Test tube
holder
Lime water
Kerosene
lamp
Wooden
block
Blue cobalt
chloride
paper
Lime water

Air pollution
pencemaran udara
Control mengawal
Effect kesan
Analyzing
menganalisis
Environment alam
sekitar
Prevent mencegah
Pollutant bahan
pencemar
Sources - sumber

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Carry out activity to test


for the products of
combustion of charcoal
such as carbon dioxide
and water

3.5

Analysing the
effects of air
pollution

Gather information and


discuss:
a) What air pollution
is,
b) Examples of air
pollutants
c) The sources of air
pollutants
d) The effects of air
pollution on man
and the
environment,
e) The steps needed to
control air
pollution

A student is able to

Explain what air


pollution is

List examples of air


pollutants

List the sources of air


pollutants

Describe the effects of


air pollution

Explain the steps


needed to prevent and
control air pollution

Resources

Moral
Values
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Respect to
the
environment
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Evidence

Remarks

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Carry out a project to

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study:
a) air pollution in an
area around the
school
b) the effects of air
pollution
3.6

Realising the
importance of
keeping the air
clean

Gather information and


discuss:
a) How life would be
without clean air
b) Ways to keep the
air clean
c) Habits that keep
the air clean
Carry out an activity to
show the pollutants in
cigarette smoke

A student is able to:

Describe how life


would be without clean
air

Suggest ways to keep


the air clean

Practice habits that


keep the air clean

Describe perihalkan
Habits amalan
Suggest - cadangkan

understanding
various forms
and sources of
energy

Gather information about


the various forms and
sources of energy and
energy changes.

A student is able to:

List the various forms


of energy,

List the various sources


of energy,

Identify energy
changes,

Identify the sun as the


primary source of
energy,

Carry out an activity to


investigate energy
change from potential
to kinetic energy and
vice versa.

Coil spring
Energy change
perubahan bentuk tenaga
From bentuk
Inclined slope satah
condong
Linetic energy tenaga
kenetik
Potential energy tenaga
keupayaan
Primary source sumber
utama
Various pelbagai
Vice versa sebaliknya

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Energy

1 source of
energy

1.1

Discuss the sun as


primary source of
energy.
Carry out activity to see
the energy change.

From potential to
kinetic energy for
example a ball
rolling down an
inclined slope.
From kinetic to potential
energy for example the
winding of the coil in a
toy car.

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1.2

Understanding
renewable and
non renewable
energy

Gather information and


discuss the meaning of
renewable and non
renewable energy
sources.
Carry out a project on:
a) Renewable and non
renewable energy

A student is able to:

Define renewable and


non renewable sources
of energy.

Group the various


sources of energy into
renewable and non
renewable

explain why we need to

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u-tube
rubber
stopper
glass wool
rubber tube
vacuum pump
glass tube
cigarette
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Plank
Tennis ball
Wooden
block
Toy car

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the
environment
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B4D12E1
(potential
kinetic)
B4D12E2
(kinetic
potential)

Project includes
of making scrap
books, models
and posters.

Efficient cekap
Conserve memelihara
Non-renewable tidak
boleh diperbaharui
Renewable boleh
diperbaharui
Solar ergy tenaga suria.

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b)
c)

1.3

Realising the
importance of
conserving
energy sources

Discuss the importance


of conserving energy
sources.
Discuss the use and
management of energy
sources.

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2 Heat

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sources.
The use of solar
energy
The ways to
increase efficient
use of energy

2.1

Understanding
heat as a form
of energy

Carry out activities to


show:
a) the sun gives out
heat
b) ways to produces
heat
c) heat and
temperature are not
the same
(Ask students to predict
and observe how the
temperatures change,
e.g. When they mix
volumes of hot and cold
water).

conserve energy,
Suggest ways to use
energy efficiently.

Punctuality
B6D6E1

A student is able to

Describe the
importance f
conserving energy
sources.

Explain the use and


management of energy
sources.

Discussions can
be in the form
of forum, brain
storming etc.

A student is able to :

state that the sun give


out heat,

state other sources of


heat,

state that heat is a form


of energy

give examples of the


uses of heat,

state the meaning of


temperature,

state the difference


between heat and
temperature.

Discuss
a) that heat is a form
of energy
b) the uses of heat in
our daily life
c) what temperature is
d) the difference
between
temperature and
heat.
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Management
pengurusan

Daily life kehidupan


harian
Difference perbezaan
examples contoh
Gives out
mengeluarkan
Heat haba
Temperature suhu

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glass
Paper
Sticks
Stones
500 ml
beakers
copper sphere
of 25 g and
50 g
thermometers
Tripod stand
Glass rod
Wire gauze
String
Bunsen
burner

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Thankful
Respect to
the
environment
Cooperation
Helpful
Punctuality
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HALF SECOND TERM SCHOOL HOLIDAY

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2.2

Understanding
heat flow and
its effect

Carry out activities to


show that heat causes
solids, liquids and gases
to expand and contract.
(ball and ring, mercury
in thermometer and air in
round-bottomed flask)
Carry out activities to
show how heat flows by
conduction, convection
and radiation.
Carry out group
activities to discuss:
a) natural phenomena
such as land
breeze, sea breeze
and the warming of
the earth by the
sun,
b) how building can
be kept cool,
c) what a heat
conductor is,
d) the uses of heat
conductors and
heat insulators in
daily life.
Carry out an experiment
to investigate different
materials as heat
insulators.

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2.3

Analysing the
effect of heat
on matter

Carry out activities to


show the change in state
of matter in physical
processes.
Discuss:
i.
the effects of heat

A student is able to

state that heat causes


solids, liquid and gases
to expand and contract,

sate that heat flows in


three different ways
(conduction, convection
and radiation),

state that heat flows


from hot to cold,

give examples of heat


flow in natural
phenomena.

State what a heat


conductor is,

State what a heat


insulator is,

List uses of heat


conductors and heat
insulators in daily life,

Carry out an
experiment to
investigate different
materials as heat
insulators.

Explain the
effect of heating
and cooling on
the volumes of
solids, liquids
and gases.

A student is able to:

state the change in state


of matter in physical
processes.

Explain that change in

Physical
processes
include melting,
boiling,
freezing,
evaporation,

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Conduction konduksi
Contract mengecut
Convection perolakan
Expand mengembang
Flow mengalir
Gas gas
Insulator penebat
Land breeze bayu darat
Liquid cecair
Natural phenomena
fenomena alam
Radiation sinaran
Sea breeze bayu laut
Solid pepejal.

Boiling pendidihan
Condensation
kondensasi
Evaporation
penyejatan
Freezing pembekuan

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Metal balls
Metal rings
Bunsen
burner
Thermometer
Beakers
Ice
Tripod stand
Wire gauze
Retort stand
Round
bottomed
flask
Rubber
stopper
Glass tube
Indicator
Copper rods
Wax
Thumbtacks
Fire proof
board
100ml
beakers
filter paper
scissors
Gas jar
Rope
Candles
T-shaped
cardboard
Bulb
Vacuum
pump
Cotton
Stopwatch
Paper
Aluminium
foil
Sheep wool

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B4D14E4
B4D14E4

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2.4

2.5

applying the
principles of
expansion and
contraction of
matter

Understanding
that dark, dull
objects absorb
and give out
heat better

on the state of
matter
example of daily
observation which
shows a change in
state of matter.

state of matter involves


absorption and release
of heat.
Give examples of daily
observations which
show a change in state
of matter.

Discuss the use of


expansion and
contraction of matter in
the following:
a) mercury in a
thermometer
b) the bimetallic strip
in a fire alarm.
c) Gaps in railway
tracks
d) Roller in steel
bridges.
Discuss the use of the
principle of expansion
and contraction of matter
to solve simple
problems.

A student is able to:

Explain with example


the use of expansion
and contraction of
matter in daily life.

Apply principle of
expansion and
contraction of matter in
solving simple
problems.

Carry out experiment to


show that:
a) Dark dull object
absorb heat better
than white, shiny
objects,
b) Dark, dull objects
gives out heat
better than white
shuny objects.

A student is able to

State that dark, dull


objects absorb heat
better than white, shiny
objects,

State that dark, dull


objects give out heat
better than white shiny
objects,

Cary out experiments to


investigate heat
absorption and heat
release.

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condensation
and
sublimation.

Melting peleburan
Process proses
Reference rujukan
Sublimation
pemejalwapan.

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beakers
tripod stand
Wire gauze
Bunsen
burner
Watch
Glass
Mirror
Test tube
Test tube
holder
Alcohol
Iodine crystal

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Bimetallic strip jalur


dwilogam
Expansion
pengembangan
Contraction
pengecutan
Fire alarm alat
penggera kebakaran
Rollers penggolek
Steel bridges jambatan
logam

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Conical flask
painted with
aluminium
paint
Conical flask
painted with
black pen
Rubber
stoppers
Thermometer
Wooden
block

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Absorb menyerap
Dull pudar
Dark gelap.

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Bunsen
burner
Stopwatch
Tripod stand
Beakers
2.6

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Appreciating
the benefits of
heat flow

Discuss and put into


practice activities such
as opening of windows
in the classroom or
laboratory to improve air
circulation.

A students I able to:

Put into practice the


principle of heat flow to
provide comfortable
living

Improve air circulation


memperbaiki
pengudaraan
Comfortable living
kehidupan yang selesa.

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OVERVIEW ON THE EVIDENCE FOR PBS


(CHAPTER 1 3)

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OVERVIEW ON THE EVIDENCE FOR PBS


(CHAPTER 4 5)

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OVERVIEW ON THE EVIDENCE FOR PBS


(CHAPTER 6 7)

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REVISION

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SCHOOL EXAMINATION 4

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RETURNANCE OF TEXT BOOKS

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DISTRIBUTION OF TEXT BOOKS


YEAR END SCHOOL HOLIDAYS (9/11/13 1/1/14)

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