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LESSON PLAN

(Subject: SCIENCE)

Form : 4 Topaz
Day : Monday
Date : 28th March 2016
Time : 9.15 a.m. to 10.25 a.m. (70 minutes)
Subject : Science
Topic : Matter and Substances
Subtopics : 4.1 Changes in the States of Matter
Main Concepts : States of Matter
Key Words : Kinetic theory of matter, solid, liquid, gases
Aim : Students are able to understand the kinetic theory of matter and relate
it to the properties of each state of matter
Learning Objectives : At the end lesson, students should be able:
1. To state the four points of the kinetic theory of matter
2. Name the three states of matter
3. State the processes that are involve the change in state of matter namely, meting,
boiling, condensation, freezing and sublimation
4. Explain the process of diffusion in each state of matter

Thinking Skills : Relating, analysing, predicting


Teaching Methods : 1. Discussion with students
2. Demonstration
Teaching Aids : 1. Textbook
2. Science Process Skills, Form 4
3. Student participation
Hypothesis : The properties of matter can be explained by using the kinetic theory
matter. It states that:
Matter is made of atoms
Particles undergo continuous motion and collide with one
another
There are forces of attraction between particles
Movement increases with temperature.

References:
1. Yeap Tok Heng. 2015. eNotes Science SPM. Petaling Jaya: Sasbadi Sdn. Bhd
2. Hayati et al. 2005. Science Form 4. Bangi: Pustaka Alhas (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Content Procedure Material/Notes

1. Teacher performs a 1. Teacher uses an example of


Introduction demonstration on the water and Ribena to show
(5 minutes) process of diffusion. an example of diffusion in
liquids
1. Gain
attention of
students

1. Each group student will 1. By encouraging student


Development re-enact the three factors participation, discovery
(25 minutes) regarding the properties based learning process is
1. Arrangement of particles. facilitated.
of particles 2. Their group members will
in each state explain each properties of
of matter. the different states of
2. Movement matter.
of particles
in each state
of matter.
3. Force of
attraction
between
particles.
1. Conclusion is made 1. Here, students are given a
Closure 2. Homework is assigned moment to reflect on the
(5 minutes) lesson that has been learned
1. Summary of today.
lesson 2. Reflection of lessons help
2. Homework to consolidate the learning
process and enhance student
understanding.
3. Reinforcement practice is
given to evaluate student
understanding.

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