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# LESSON PLAN FOR SCIENCE IN PRIMARY 4

## Subject/ Time SCIENCE

PRIMARY 4
11:30 – 12:30
Topic MATTER
Objectives Objectives:
A t the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to;

gases.

## 3. Experiment and observe some solids,

liquids and gases.

## 4. Explain that gases are formed when liquids

evaporate and that when a gas is cooled, it
condenses to form a liquid.

## 5. Explain that gases move and flow more

easily than liquids, and in all directions.

## 6. Explore how those gases differ from solids

and liquids in that they do not maintain
their shape and volume, but spread out to
fill the space they are in.

## Lesson content  Introduction of matter

 Matter can be classified as:
 solids.
 liquids.
 Gases
 Particles models and changes in matter for
solids, liquids and gases.
 Exercises
PRESENTATIONS
Induction Set (2 minutes):
- Teacher instructs pupils to sit on their seats
- Teacher will inform the topics for today’s lesson.
Development (25 minutes):
- Teacher will show what will be in this lesson using
power point slides.
-Teachers will explain
 Introductions of matter
 State of matter
 Properties of 3 states
 Particles model of 3 states
 Changes in matter

## Practical / Activities (25 minutes)

- Teacher asks pupils to copy the following
exercises in a piece of A4 paper and answer
completely.
- Give instructions on what to do by giving out the
example for pupils do the quiz together.

Closure (8 minutes)
-Review the lesson by questioning orally to the
whole class.
- Teacher will give a worksheet of state of 3 matters
to each pupils for them fill in blanks as their
homework and tell them the homework must be
done and to be handed in during the next lesson.
-Lastly, as time left in 3 minutes, we will ask the
pupils to read “DOA” and tidying the classroom.

## Teaching aid (s) Computer, power point and IWB

Assignment (s) Exercises and homework

Teacher’s evaluations:

Activities:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/ages/9_10/gases.shtml
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/ages/8_9/solid_liquids.shtml
Worksheet for homework:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/teachers/worksheets/s_gas_liquid_solid.shtml