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LESSON PLAN

Education Unit : SMPN SATAP 2 Kintamani


Subject : Science
Class/Semester : VII/One
Lesson Year : 2017/2018
Main Material : Science Objects and Observations
Sub Materia : Measurement
Time Allocation : 2 Lesson Hours

A. Core Competencies (Kompetensi Inti/KI)


1. Appreciating and practicing the devotion of their religion.
2. Appreciating and practicing good behaviors (honesty, discipline, responsibility, care,
good manner, curiosity, confidence, tolerance, intrinsic motivation, healthy life style,
and environmental friendly) in social interaction effectively and naturally within the
students’ communicative environment.
3. Understanding, implementing, analyzing knowledge (factual, conceptual, procedural)
based on their curiosity about knowledge, technology, art, culture, and humanities with
human concept, nationality, and civilization insights related to the phenomena and real
events, also applying the procedural knowledge in a specific area of study according to
their talents and interests to solve the problem.
4. Processing, reasoning and presenting various things in the concrete and abstract realm
in accordance with the development of what they have learned in the school
independently and be able to use the method according to the rules of science.

B. Basic Competencies and Indicators of Competency Achievement


Basic Competencies (KD) Indicators of Competency Achievement (IPK)
3.1 Applying the measurement concept 3.1.1 Explain the definition of measurement
of the various quantities that exist 3.1.2 Compare raw and non-standard units
to their self, other living things, and 3.1.3 Understand the usefulness of the standard
the objects around as well as the unit in measurement
3.1.4 Convert units in IS (International System)

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Basic Competencies (KD) Indicators of Competency Achievement (IPK)
importance of the use of standard
units (raw) in measurement.
4.1 Present the measurement data with 4.1.1 Present the results of observation,
a suitable measuring instrument on inference, and communicate results
yourself, other living things, and 4.1.2 Make measurements with standard units
objects around by using non- 4.1.3 Perform measurements of lengths, mass,
standard units and standard units time with measuring tools that are often
encountered in everyday life
4.1.4 Perform measurements of simple
derivatives that are often encountered in
life

C. Learning Purposes
1. Through from teacher demonstration and explanation, learners can explain the
definition of measurement.
2. Through group work, using pencils, books or hands, learners can take bench length
measurements.
3. Through presentation activities, learners can communicate the measurement results in
non-standard units.
4. Through from teacher demonstration and explanation, learners can explain the
importance of the standard unit.

D. Focus Attitudes Values


1. Caring
2. Honest work
3. Responsibility Tolerant
4. Cooperation
5. Proactive
6. Creative

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E. Learning Materials
Measurements as a Part of Observation
Measurement is the activity of comparing a quantity measured by a measuring
instrument used as a unit. In physics and engineering, measurement is an activity that compares
the physical quantities of real-world objects and events.
In our daily conversations we mean weight is mass, while in physics the weight and
mass are different. Weight can be determined by using the tool weighing scales. For example,
after weighed 50 kg or in physics of 50 kg. Height or length and mass is something that we can
measure and we can declare by numbers and units. Length and mass are physical quantities.
Thus, the quantity of physics is the physical measure of an object expressed in quantity.
In addition to the amount of physics there are also quantities that are not the amount of physics,
for example feeling sad, happy, and tired. Since feelings cannot be measured and cannot be
expressed by numbers and units, feelings are not physics. Physics quantities are grouped into
two, namely the amount of base and derivative quantities. The base amount is the
predetermined quantity. Meanwhile, the magnitude of the derivative is the quantity described
from the base quantities. Unit system of physical quantities in principle is standard or standard,
that is fixed, universal, and easy to use at all times with precisely. The standard unit system
was set in 1960 through a meeting of scientists in Sevres, Paris. The unit system used in
education and knowledge is called the metric system, grouped into a large metric system or
MKS (Meter Kilogram Second) called an international system or abbreviated SI and a small
metric system or CGS (Centimeter Gram Second).
The base quantities and the magnitude of the derivative and its units can be seen in the
following table.
Table of Base Quantity

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In addition to the seven base values above, there are two additional base values, ie the angular
plane with the radian (rad) unit and the space angle with the steradian unit (sr).
Table Derived Quantity and their Units

F. Teaching Method
1. Scientific Approach
2. Project Based Learning

G. Media and Learning Resources


Media
1. Items or pictures "benefits science" (laptop, paper, plant seeds, etc.).
2. The object or drawing of the measuring instrument, the objects around which will
be measured in the "Make your own measuring tool" activity.
3. Model or slide presentation about how to measure mass with a three-arm balance
Learning Resources
a. Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. 2013. Buku Guru Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam
SMP/MTs Kelas VII. Jakarta: Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. (page 15-20)
b. Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. 2013. Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam SMP/MTs
Kelas VII. Jakarta: Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. (page1-22)

H. Learning Activities
➢ Introduction (10 minutes)
1) The teacher greets and greets the learners.
2) Learners and teachers pray to start lessons.
3) Learners observe various measuring instruments (ruler, run, balance sheet, etc.)
shown by the teacher.
4) Learners convey the idea of "Why use the tool?"

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5) Teachers convey the learning objectives to be achieved in learning.

➢ Core activities (100 minutes)


1) Learners form groups, with the number of members of 3 - 5 children.
Observe:
2) Learners make observations on demonstrations measuring the length of objects
Asking:
3) Measurements include one form of observation, learners asked questions related to
the objects to be measured. "Why should they be measured?"
Trying/Collecting Data or Information:
4) 4) Learners are asked to read and do (page 6 of Student Book of Kemdikbud,
"Making Your Own Equipment").
5) Learners to predict the length of the bench expressed in certain units.
6) Conducting activities measuring the length of the bench using a pencil, book or
hand span.
Associate/Analyze data or information:
7) Learners do the discussion compare the prediction with the measurement results
that have been done. The discussion is directed at the understanding that
measurements with nonstandard measurers have different results, learners compare
after the units are standardized.
8) Learners convert the measurement unit into SI.
9) Learners conduct discussion group discussions to conclude the definition of
measurement and the importance of the standard unit.
Communicating:
10) Learners prepare the report and present the measurement results in standard units.

➢ Closing (20 minutes)


11) Learners with teachers conclude the learning outcomes at this meeting and reflect
(what material money has/have not mastered).
12) Teachers reward (example: praise or other relevant rewards) to well-performing
groups.
13) The teacher conveys material information at the next meeting, namely: Base,
including length, mass, time and measurement

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I. Assessment
1. Spiritual Attitude (Affective)
a) Assessment Technique : Observation
b) Instrument form : Observation sheet
c) Grid:
Numb. Value Item Indicator Number
(Spiritual Attitude) of Items
1 Admire the regularity and Accepting differences in 1
complexity of God's creation of the the physical features of
physical aspect and make it happen friends in his class as
in the practice of his religious. God's creatures.
2 Admire the regularity and Accepting sincerely the 1
complexity of God's creation of the physical characteristics
physical aspect and make it happen possessed as God's gift.
in the practice of his religious
teachings.
Instruments: Appendix 1A and 1B

2. Social Attitude (Affective)


a) Assessment Technique: Observation
b) Instrument Form: Sheet Observation
c) Grid:
Numb. Value Item Indicator Number
(Spiritual of Items
Attitude)
1 Honesty 1. Observing variables/relevant objects. 1
2. Make observations with the appropriate
senses.
3. Record the observations according to
reality.
4. Report/communicate the results of
observation/experiment according to the
data obtained.
2 Accuracy 1. Make a coherent observation. 1
2. Make detailed observations.
3. Record all data / information obtained.
4. Reporting/communicating
observations/experiments in detail.
Instruments: Appendices 2A and 2B

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3. Cognitive Aspect
a) Assessment Technique : Test Write
b) Instrument Form : Description
c) Grid:
Numb. Indicator Ammount Number
Item of Items
Problems
1 Explain the definition of measurement. 1 1
2 Explain the importance of the standard unit. 1 2
3 Explain the meaning of the base quantities. 1 3
4 Mention 3 base quantities and their units. 1 4
2 2
5 Converting measurement results from mm to cm . 1 5
Instruments: Appendices 3A and 3B

4. Skills (Psychomotor)
a. Assessment Technique : Practice Tests
b. Instrument Form : Observation Sheet
c. Grid:
Example: Student are required to measure table area

Numb. Value Item Indicators


1 Preparing tools and Score 4: Prepare all the necessary tools and
materials materials according to specification.
Score 3: Prepare all the necessary tools and
materials but some do not fit spesikifasi.
Score 2: Preparing the necessary tools and
materials but not complete.
Score 1: Not prepare the necessary tools and
materials.
2 Take measurements Score 4: Measurement step is done by correct
and accurate method.
Score 3: Measurement steps are done with the
correct method and but less careful.
Score 2: Measurement steps are done by a
method that is not true.
Score 1: Measurement measure is done by
incorrect method.
3 Measurement results Score 4: Obtain measurements of leaf area with
a high degree of conformity.
Score 3: Obtain measurements of leaf area with
moderate degree of compliance.
Score 2: Obtain measurements of leaf area with
low level of conformity.

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Numb. Value Item Indicators
Score 1: Not getting the result of measurement
of leaf area

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APPENDIX 1A

INSTRUMENTS OF SPIRITUAL ATTITUDE ASSESSMENT


(OBSERVATION SHEET)

A. General Instructions
1. The instrument of evaluation of this spiritual attitude is the Observation Sheet.
2. This instrument is filled by teachers who teach the assessed learners.

B. Charging Instructions
Based on your observations over the last two weeks, rate each student's attitude by giving
a score of 4, 3, 2, or 1 on the Observation Sheet with the following conditions:
4 = when ALWAYS perform the observed behavior
3 = when the OFCE performs the observed behavior
2 = when the SQUARE performs the observed behavior
1 = when NEVER perform the observed behavior

C. Observation sheet
OBSERVASION SHEET
Class : ...
Semester : ...
Lesson : ...
Observation Period : Date ... until...
Value Item :…
Admire the complexity and complexity of God's creation of the physical and chemical aspects,
life in the ecosystem, and the role of man in the environment and manifest it in the practice of
his religious teachings.
Attitude Indicator: EXAMPLE
1. Accepting differences in the physical features of a friend in his class as God's creatures.
2. Accepting sincerely the physical characteristics possessed as God's gift.
Numb. Name Attitude Indicator Amount of Final Finished/
Score Spiritual (0- Score Scor Unfinishe
3) Achievemen e d
t
1st 2nd
Indicato Indicato
r r
1 Muklis

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2 Saiful
3 Wayan
4 Kantun
5 Sutawa

Subject Teachers,

I Wayan Winarsa, S.Pd.


NIP.

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APPENDIX 1B

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTITUDES SCORE

1. Final Score Calculation formula


𝐴𝑚𝑜𝑢𝑛𝑡 𝑜𝑓 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 𝐴𝑐ℎ𝑖𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡
𝐹𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑙 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = ×4
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = 𝑁𝑢𝑚𝑏𝑒𝑟 𝑜𝑓 𝐼𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑐𝑎𝑡𝑜𝑟𝑠 × 4
2. The category of the attitude values of learners is based on Permendikbud No. 81A Tahun 2013
which is:
Very Good (VG) : if it gets the Final Score: 3.33 <Final Score ≤ 4.00
Good (G) : when obtaining Final Score: 2.33 <Final Score ≤ 3.33
Enough (E) : when obtaining Final Score: 1.33 <Final Score ≤ 2.33
Less (L) : when getting Final Score: Final Score ≤ 1.33

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APPENDIX 2A

INSTRUMENTS OF SOCIAL ATTITUDE ASSESSMENT


(OBSERVATION SHEET)

A. General Instructions
1. The instrument of assessment of social attitude is in the form of Observation Sheet.
2. This instrument is filled by teachers who teach the assessed learners.

B. Charging Instructions
Based on your observations over the last two weeks, rate each student's attitude by giving
a score of 4, 3, 2, or 1 on the Observation Sheet with the following conditions:
4 = if FULLY 4 indicators
3 = if FULLY 3 indicators
2 = if FULLY 2 indicators
1 = if FULLY 1 indicator

Attitudes Indicators
Honesty 1. Observing variables/relevant objects.
2. Make observations with the
appropriate senses.
3. Record the observations according to
reality.
4. Report/communicate the results of
observation/experiment according to
the data obtained.
Accuracy 1. Make a coherent observation.
2. Make detailed observations.
3. Record all data / information obtained.
4. Reporting/communicating
observations/experiments in detail.

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C. Observation sheet

OBSERVASION SHEET
Class : ...
Semester : ...
Lesson : ...
Observation Period : Date ... until...
Value Item :…
Admire the complexity and complexity of God's creation of the physical and chemical aspects,
life in the ecosystem, and the role of man in the environment and manifest it in the practice of
his religious teachings.
Attitude Indicator: EXAMPLE
1. Accepting differences in the physical features of a friend in his class as God's creatures.
2. Accepting sincerely the physical characteristics possessed as God's gift.
Numb. Name Attitude Indicator Amount of Final Finished/U
Score Spiritual (1-4) Score Score nfinished
Achievement
Honesty Accuracy
1 Muklis
2 Saiful
3 Wayan
4 Kantun
5 Sutawa

Subject Teachers,

I Wayan Winarsa, S.Pd.


NIP.

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APPENDIX 2B

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTITUDES SCORE

1. Final Score Calculation formula


𝐴𝑚𝑜𝑢𝑛𝑡 𝑜𝑓 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 𝐴𝑐ℎ𝑖𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡
𝐹𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑙 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = ×4
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = 𝑁𝑢𝑚𝑏𝑒𝑟 𝑜𝑓 𝐼𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑐𝑎𝑡𝑜𝑟𝑠 × 4
2. The category of the attitude values of learners is based on Permendikbud No. 81A Tahun 2013
which is:
Very Good (VG) : if it gets the Final Score: 3.33 <Final Score ≤ 4.00
Good (G) : when obtaining Final Score: 2.33 <Final Score ≤ 3.33
Enough (E) : when obtaining Final Score: 1.33 <Final Score ≤ 2.33
Less (L) : when getting Final Score: Final Score ≤ 1.33

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APPENDIX 3A

COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT (TEST)

Instrument : Used to assess learners' knowledge on subject matter

Writing test : Science Objects and Observations

Problem Description:

Answer all the questions below!

1. What is measurement?
2. Explain the importance of the standard unit!
3. Explain the meaning of base quantities!
4. Ngurah tries to measure the volume of irregular objects. How do ngurah
measure the object? And explain 3 base quantities in this world!
5. Mr. Puyol wants to measure the area of the square. The table has 4 mm length
and 2 mm widh. What tools should be used by Mr. Puyol and classify the type
of quantity measured Mr. Puyol and convert it to cm2!

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APPENDIX 3B

ANSWERS KEY THE KOGNITIVE TEST AND ASSESSMENT


Numb. Answer Key Score
1 Measurement is the activity of comparing a quantity measured by a 10
measuring instrument used as a unit. In physics and engineering,
measurement is an activity that compares the physical quantities of
real-world objects and events.
2 A standard system of units known as Imperial System was 20
introduced in England on 13th century. Under this system, length is
measured in mile, chain, yard (yd), foot (ft) and inch (in).
For mass, under the Imperial System it was measured in pound (lb)
and ounce (oz).
Under this system, length is measured in metre (m) and mass is
measured in kilogram (kg).
3 A base quantity is chosen and arbitrarily defined, rather than being 20
derived from a combination of other physical quantities
4 Ngurah can measure the object with a measuring cup so Ngurah can 30
know the volume of objects by reducing the final volume with the
initial volume of water.
5 Mr. Puyol should measure that table with ruler. The the square area 20
is
8 mm2. And it 0,8 cm2. Area is included on derived quantity
Maximum Score 100

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APPENDIX 4A

SKILLS TESTS (PRACTICE TESTS)


Practice Tests : Used to assess the skills of learners in measuring leaf area.

Worksheet
1. Look at this picture below!

Notice how to measure the leaf area as modeled / explained / contained in the book!

2. Prepare the leaves to be measured.


3. Prepare printed paper or millimeter paper, tongs, and pencil.
4. Write down the steps to measure the area of the leaves you prepared!

5. Calculation determines leaf area:

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APPENDIX 4A

SKILL ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS


(OBSERVATION SHEET)

A. General Instructions
1. This skill assessment instrument is an Observation Sheet.
2. This instrument is filled by teachers who teach the assessed learners.

B. Charging Instructions
Based on your observations over the last two weeks, assess each student's skills by giving
a score of 4, 3, 2, or 1 on the Observation Sheets with the following conditions:
4 = if FULLY 4 indicators
3 = if FULLY 3 indicators
2 = if FULLY 2 indicators
1 = if FULLY 1 indicators

Numb. Value Item Indicators


1 Preparing tools and Score 4: Prepare all the necessary tools and materials
materials according to specification.
Score 3: Prepare all the necessary tools and materials but
some do not fit spesikifasi.
Score 2: Preparing the necessary tools and materials but
not complete.
Score 1: Not prepare the necessary tools and materials.
2 Take measurements Score 4: Measurement step is done by correct and
accurate method.
Score 3: Measurement steps are done with the correct
method and but less careful.
Score 2: Measurement steps are done by a method that
is not true.
Score 1: Measurement measure is done by incorrect
method.
3 Measurement results Score 4: Obtain measurements of leaf area with a high
degree of conformity.
Score 3: Obtain measurements of leaf area with
moderate degree of compliance.
Score 2: Obtain measurements of leaf area with low
level of conformity.
Score 1: Not getting the result of measurement of leaf
area

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C. Observation sheet

OBSERVASION SHEET
Class : ...
Semester : ...
Lesson : ...
Observation Period : Date ... until...
Value Item :…
6. Preparing tools and materials
7. Make measurements
8. Measurement results

Numb. Name Skill Score (1-4) Amount Final Finished/


of Score Score Unfinishe
Achieve d
ment
Preparing Make Measurem
tools and measurem ent results
materials ents

1 Muklis
2 Saiful
3 Wayan
4 Kantun
5 Sutawa

Subject Teachers,

I Wayan Winarsa, S.Pd.


NIP.

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APPENDIX 4B

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTITUDES SCORE

1. Final Score Calculation formula


𝐴𝑚𝑜𝑢𝑛𝑡 𝑜𝑓 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 𝐴𝑐ℎ𝑖𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡
𝐹𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑙 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = ×4
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒
𝑀𝑎𝑥𝑖𝑚𝑢𝑚 𝑆𝑐𝑜𝑟𝑒 = 𝑁𝑢𝑚𝑏𝑒𝑟 𝑜𝑓 𝐼𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑐𝑎𝑡𝑜𝑟𝑠 × 4
2. The category of the attitude values of learners is based on Permendikbud No. 81A Tahun 2013
which is:
Very Good (VG) : if it gets the Final Score: 3.33 <Final Score ≤ 4.00
Good (G) : when obtaining Final Score: 2.33 <Final Score ≤ 3.33
Enough (E) : when obtaining Final Score: 1.33 <Final Score ≤ 2.33
Less (L) : when getting Final Score: Final Score ≤ 1.33

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