slide  Example of completed material. liquids and gases using particle theory to produce explanations of the changes in properties of materials when they are heated. liquid. stationery  Worksheets. shape. LCD. reference books. text books. compressibility and related to materials Teaching and learning As below activities EMK  Creativity & innovation  Science and technology  Entrepreneurial  Language  Environmental education  Patriotism  TMK  Noble value STEM IBSE Problem solving HOTS / iTHINK/SSI  Circle Map  Brace map  Bubbles Map  Flow map  Double bubble map  Multi Flow map  Tree map  Bridge map Teaching sources  Computers. Essential prerequisite • Concept of volume and concept of weight for materials. and gas • Volume. knowledge • Nature of properties of everyday materials • Differences between solid. RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN KITAR 5E SAINS No of students 36 Theme/Topic Changes in matter Time 1hour 20 minutes Learning objective Understanding the changes in matter Learning achievement A student is able to : • Explain that materials are made of tiny similar particles • Describe about states of matter • Describe how different properties make different materials useful in several ways • Explain the particle model for changes of state • Explain how particles are arranged in solids. related topics  Mini Whiteboard marker and other items Evaluation  Worksheets  Workmanship  Observation  Quiz  Oral  Drama  Assignment  Project Reflection _____ /_____ students are able to master the objectives of learning and given enrichment training/reinforcement _____ /_____ students unable to master the learning objectives and given remedial training .

and all these materials being made of millions of tiny particles.2 research topic for the students. picture diagrams for each state of matter. 11 and 12.1. select suitable questions (10 minutes) knowledge. the questions raised in the activity sheet 1. teachers should Teachers exploit students thinking (5 minutes) ensure that students understand the skills to understand the concept of learning objectives of the day. thoroughly about the particle arrangements for solid. conduct out of School Activity from the TIMMS test or from Out of 1 Ice – water – steam. When the student does activities. and then hand out of (Check the answers in a discussion . School Activity 3 to help students The teacher can discuss these points consolidate their knowledge. and hand out (Teacher set this subject as a (25 minutes) answer sheets for Activity Sheets 1. and particles being in contact or not in contact with their neighbours. with students. but teacher do not have to introduce to them formally. Evaluation •To check students’ conceptual • In class. liquid and gases Teacher Show Slide 1 to introduce the concept of a world containing many different materials.3 to give accurate explanations for each of the questions. molecule. • Teacher explain the tiny scale of these basic particles. liquid and gas.1. 1.4 and carefully. This is the start of that process. teachers pose questions to guide students to compile a list of some materials. Explanation • Teacher show Slide 4.1 to compile a list of exploration activities on the basis of some materials. the solid. • Teacher use Slide 7 to reinforce that the size of atom is tinier than microscopic measurement. • This content needs explaining • Teacher hand out Activity Sheet 1. Exploring Teacher Show Slide 2 and hand out Pupils plan and carry out (10 minutes) Activity Sheet 1. Engage • Teacher show Slides 10.) and 1. Hand out Activity Sheet ask students to draw their own particle 1. and ion.4 Answers. • Teacher use Slides 5 and 6 to explain the particulate nature of matter. Teacher input and questioning is (30 minutes) • Teacher discuss with the students needed at this stage. • Teacher emphasise the differences in terms of fixed and random arrangement of particles. RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN KITAR 5E SAINS Learning Teaching and learning activities Notes development Involvement Before starting the p & p. Many of the students may have heard the terms of atom.

often colliding with each other and with the walls of any container they are in. These particles of water in the air whizz in all directions. which is what we find most often on the earth’s surface. (When the water is still.) . (The lattice is made up of hexagons with hollow middles and these hollows are why ice floats like millions of tiny bubbles. answers to other questions that you • Ice -This is water in its solid form.) lattice. the water vapour particles have joined up to make a mist that we can see.The particles are in contact with most of their neighbours most of the time.This is water that has been made so hot that it has turned into a gas.This is water in its liquid form.) • Water. They can vibrate but they cannot move from one place to another. But in the steam state. which is kept in place by air pressure. The may want to set later in the particles are strongly linked together in a module. (The true gaseous form of water is water vapour which is made up of tiny particles that are too small to be seen. and this is how steam engines work. But the water droplets in the mist are so tiny that the heat around them can waft them up and around despite the force of gravity. the particles form a level surface. The particles can put a huge amount of pressure on the walls of a container.) • Steam. The particles slide past each other. RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN KITAR 5E SAINS School Activity 1 (Answers) as a memory as the Answer sheet includes aid.