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CURRICULUM SPECIFICATION FOR YEAR 5 SCIENCE SEMESTER 1

Ensure pupils clean their hands after handling water samples. 1 teaspoon of sugar and half test tube of water. Mix all ingredients. Leave it for 20 minutes 2 1. Observation it for a few days. Recipe to make dough.g. Harmful – berbahaya Make a qualitative comparison between the size of Magnifying glass – microorganism and that of human and conclude that kanta pembesar microorganism is very tiny.WEEK LEARNING AREAS LEARNING OBJECTIVE LEARNING OUTCOMES SUGGESTED LERNING AREA AND NOTES VOCABULARY THEME : INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS 1 1. 1.4 State that microorganism grows. Cover the mixture with a damp cloth. PROGRAM MAJU DIRI 1.1 State examples of use of microorganisms. tapai.1 State types of microorganism. Microorganism 1. 3 1. fungi.2 State that yeast is an example of microorganism Observe the effect when a test tube filled with 2 teaspoon of dried yeast. E. Few drops of water on a slice of bread and put the bread in a plastic bag. virus. Observe rotten oranges or moldy rice.1 Understanding that microorganism is a living things.1.g bacteria.3 State that microorganism breathes. Various types of microorganism.2. 4 1. 3. Yeast – ragi protozoa and algae.1.1. CUTI TAHUN BARI CINA 1. 2. Effect of yeast on dough.renjis Discuss that yeast is an examples of microorganism. making bread. tempe and fertilizer. river or drains.2 Understanding that some microorganism are harmful and some View on the movement of microorganisms – water from ponds. Microorganism 1. 1.5 State that microorganism Moves.2 State the harmful Pupils gather information uses of microorganism. e.1.1.2. Method: 1. Ingredients: 1 cup of flour ½ cup of warm water 1 teaspoon of dried yeast ‘1 teaspoon of sugar 1. ( need not know the methods of making example above ) Gather information on the harmful effects of Contagious – berjangkit Quarantinediasingkan . Uses – kegunaan Sprinkle .

Mirror at the sharp bend of a road c. 3. Periscope. Reflection – pembalikan Sharp bend – selekoh tajam Ray diagram – gambar rajah sinar 25 4. 3. The shape of shadow changes according to the position of an object.1. 24 3. Above activities.3 Measure temperature using . Mirror in the barbershop d. 3. Apply the principle of light reflection to design device e.g a.3 Give examples of uses of reflections of light in everyday Life Investigate the factor that cause the shape and size of a shadow to change. Heat 4.1 Understanding that temperature is an indicator of degree of hotness 4.2 Understanding that light can be reflected. 3. Investigate reflections of light using :a.1. b.g periscope.2 Understanding that light can be reflected. what to change and what to observe.2.1 Understanding that light travels in a straight line. 4.2. Let the warm water cool down and feel the water every few second.2. Pupils heat 250ml of water for 3 minutes and feel the water few second while heating to feel the change of temperature. Side mirror of a car b.1 State that when a substance gains heat it will become warmer. A mirror b.Heat gain cause the water to become warmer.2 State that when a substance loses heat it will become cooler 4. 3. Pupils draw ray diagrams to show the reflections of light. pupils discuss and conclude that :.1. Light.SEMESTER 2 3. Light. Uses of reflections of light in everyday life e. An aluminium foil.1 State that light can be reflected. .2 Draw ray diagrams to show reflected of light. The shape of the shadow change according to the position of light source.5 Design a fair test of find out what factors cause the shape of a shadow to change by deciding what to keep the same. 3. 3.1.Heat loss cause the water to become cooler.

putus 27 4. c. An electric cable is installed loosely to prevent it from snapping when it contracts in cold weather. Effects of heat on matter. Decreases when heat is lost. Activity to measure temperature e.g a. b. Heating an iron ball and inserting it into iron ring. Turn off the Bunsen burner and record the temperature every few minutes while the water cools off.2 State that matter contracts when cooled.1 State that matter expand when heated.1 Understanding that temperature is an indicator of degree of hotness 4. b.3 Give examples of the application of the principle of expansion and contraction in everyday live. matter expands when heated b. 4.2. 4. heating coloured water in a beaker with a glass tube and observing the water level in the glass tube Conclude that: a. Conclude that the temperature :- 26 a. Increases when heat is gained. .1.1.g a. 4. 4. cooling the heated iron ball and inserting it into the iron ring. b. There are gaps at railway tracks to allow for expansion in hot weather. Temperature is an indicator to measure hotness.5 State that temperature of an object or material increase as it gains heat.the correct technique. matter contracts when cooled. Dent – kemek Expand – mengembung Contract – mengecut Snap . Heat up water and record the temperature every few minutes. A tight bottle cap can be loosened by immersing it in hot water.2 Understanding the effects of heat on matter.1. e. 4.2. 4. b.2. a.6 State that temperature of an object or material decreases as it loses heat.1.7 Conclude that the temperatures is an indicator to measure hotness. Guide how to use and read thermometer correctly. c.4 State the metric unit for temperature. Example expansion and contraction of matter in everyday life. 4. Heat 4.

cooking oil.2 State the properties of solid 28 3. Weighing various kind of solid.e a solid . pouring liquid into container of various shapes. milk. 1.1. has mass b. tomato sauce. cordial.1 Understanding that matter exits in the form of solid. Conclude the properties of solid. liquid and gas. b.picagari 28 1. State of Matter 1. a. glue Solid – pepejal Liquid – cecair Gas – gas Water vapour – wap air Evaporation – penyejatan Condensation – kondensasi Interchangeable – boleh saling bertukar Syringe . Suggested object and materials for pupils to classify are: Inflated balloon. glue and bicycle pump. water. milk. paper. Measuring the volume of solid. has fixed volume c. cooking oil. fixed shape 1.4 State that some Observe the flow of different liquid. no permanent shape but takes the shape of its container.1. liquid and gas. has mass b. State of Matter 1. a. 1. other.1 Understanding that 1.1. Properties of solid. i. paper clip. measuring the volume of liquid. condensed milk. stone. shampoo. Putting various types of solid into containers of various shape. deflated balloon. has fixed volume c. ruler. c. examples: liquids flow faster than Water.1.d. Classify object and materials into solid.5 State the properties Study the properties of gas by :- . Concrete slabs on pavements have gaps to allow for expansion. i.1 Classify object and materials into three states of matter. Pupils study weighing various kind of liquid.3 State the properties of liquid. INVESTIGATING MATERIAL 1.e a liquid has . Pupils study: a. 1.1.

Observe smoking in a closed container then placing an inverted container on it.2. a. a.2 Understanding that matter can change form one state to another 1. 1. Additional observation : Melting butter. Factors that affect water evaporate e.3 Identify the processes involved when a matter changes from one state to another.2 Conclude that water can exist in any of the three state of matter. allowing ice to melt b.g a. has mass b. boiling. of gas. Water can exist as solid. e.2. Process involved when matter change from one state to another. freezing. heating water until it boils c. State of Matter 30 1. evaporation. d.matter exits in the form of solid.2. 1. Balancing two inflated balloons on a stick and puncturing of the balloons. liquid and gas.peleburan 31 1.4 Identify factors that affect the rate of evaporation of water . d. allowing it to cool and making it freeze. Removing the cover of the first container and observe. collecting water vapour. Observe the change of the state of matter. Melting. melting ice cream Water can change from one state to another. Inflating balloons of different shapes c. 29 a. windy Freezing pembekuan Melting .2. can be compressed 1. b. Conclude that properties of gas. condensation. occupies space and has no fixed volume c. How smoke moves from a container to another inverted container placed directly over it. Feeling the pressure of gas in a syringe when it plunges is pushed down with nozzle closed.1 State that water can change its state. no permanent shape but takes the shape of its container. liquid and gas. hot weather b.

36 2.1.2 Identify the taste of acidic and alkaline food.2 Describe ways to keep our water resources clean c. Discuss about :a. surface area View video formation of clouds and rain Cloud – awan Water cycle – Discuss and explain the changes in the state of matter in kitaran air the water cycle. Litmus paper – kertas litmus Sour – masam Bitter – pahit Pupils should taste the food samples provided only and Neutral neutral not any other substances.2 Describe how rain is formed. Acidic and alkaline 2.3 Conclude the properties of .4.3. 1. b.1. Acidic – keasidan Alkaline – kealkalian Property – sifat Determine whether food samples are acidic by tasting the food samples and testing with litmus paper. The effect of human activities on quality of water supply. discuss the importance of water cycle.3. 1. 1.1 Understanding the properties of acid.3. 1. 2. Test substance to determine whether they are acidic. The importance of water for living things.1 Give reasons why we need to keep our water resources clean. how water is circulates in the environment. 33 34 2. alkaline and neutral substance AUGUST TEST SEMESTER BREAK 2 35 2. alkaline and neutral substance using litmus paper.1 Describe how clouds are formed. Gather information on how to keep our water resources clean and present it in the form of folio. 1.1.1.4 Appreciating the importance water resources.3.4.3 Understanding the water cycle. Draw posters to show appreciation that water is an important resource. alkaline or neutral substance based on the change of wet litmus papers colour.4 Explain in importance water resource.3 Explain how water is circulated in the environment.1 Identify acidic. 1. 32 1.

1 Understanding the movements of the Record the length and position of the shadow of a pole at different time of the day.2 State that the Earth rotates and at the same time moves round the Sun. INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE 1.g planting season. Constellation 1.1.1 State what constellation is. 1. Discuss and explain the rotation of the Earth and the Moon and their movement around the Sun.1.2 Identify constellations. Scorpion. 1. 37 2. 2. The Earth.5 State that the Moon and the Earth move round the Sun at the same time 2.4 State that the Moon rotates and at the same time moves round the Earth. Big Dipper and Southern Cross can be seen between April – June Orion can be seen between Disember – February Scorpion can be seen between June – august.3 State the importance of constellation. View simulation about the movement of the Earth.acidic. Constellation – buruj Orion – belantik Scorpion – Skorpio Big Dipper – Biduk Southern Cross – Pari Pattern – corak Direction – Arah Season .musim 37 2. the Moon and The Sun 2.1. 1. the Moon and the Sun. Importance of constellations. the Moon and the Sun.1.1. 2. View video or visit planetarium to observe various constellation.1. Constellation is a group of stars that form a certain pattern in the sky Build a model to study the pattern of Orion.3 State that the Moon rotates on it axis. 2. alkaline and neutral substance 4.1.1.1 State that the Earth rotates on its axis. ( pole as the object and the Sun Throughout – sepanjang .6 Describe the changes in length Rotate – berputar Sundial – jam matahari Axis – paksi West – barat East – timur Movement – pergerakan Position – kedudukan 2. e.1 Understanding the movements of the Earth.1. 2. Big Dipper and Southern Cross. The Earth rotates on its axis from west to east and completes one rotation every 24 hours. to show direction b. a.1 Understanding the constellation. to indicate the time to carry out certain activities.

and position of the shadow throughout the day. 2. cylinder Base area ~ luas tapak b. bulan View video on the phases of the Moon phases of the Crescent ~ bulan moon: sabit a.2 Identify shapes in structure.3 Understanding the phases of the Moon. cube e.1 State the shape of objects.2 Understanding the occurrence of day and night. View simulation on how days and nights are formed or carry out a simulation by illuminating a rotating globe to observe the occurrence of day and night. New moon Half moon ~ bulan b.2. Pupils build a sundial. The Earth. pyramid . half moon Full moon ~ bulan d.1 State that the Moon does not emit light. the Moon and The Sun 2.2 State it is night time for the part of the Earth facing away from the Sun. as the source of light ) Pupils observe the shadow formed when the globe is rotated at its axis over a fixed light source. Facing – menghala Rotating globe – glob yang berputar Occurrence – kejadian 2.1. Pupils work around the school compound and identify Strength ~ Kekuatan / kekukuhan shape of object.1. 2. 39 Discuss that the Moon does not emit light but reflects the New moon ~ anak sunlight. Cuboid f. 2.2. 1.7 Conclude that the Earth rotates on its axis from west to east. Lunar calendar ~ takwin Qamari Emit ~ memancarka 5.1. 1.3 Explain that day and night occur due the rotation of the Earth an its axis 2.3 Describe the phases of the Moon.1 Knowing the shapes of object in structure.Earth. the Moon and the Sun. INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY 1. Strength and stability 1. Pupils draw diagram to show the occurrence of day and night Shadow – bayangbayang Illuminating – menyuluh 38 2. i.1 State that it is day time for the part of the Earth facing the Sun. 2.3. crescent separa c.2 Explain that the Moon appears bright when it reflects sunlight. full moon purnama Reflect ~ Build a project to observe and record the phases of the memantulkan Moon for a month and relate them to the dates of the lunar Phases ~ fasa calendar.e : Stability ~ kestabilan a.3.2. 2.3. 2.

2. sphere g.40 1.2. 1.g a. Pushing a bottle standing upright and a bottle standing upside down.1 Identify shapes of objects that are stable.2 Understanding the strength and stability 1.2. Pushing a high chair and a low chair. e. b. Conclude that the stability of an objects is affected by base area and height. hemisphere mempengaruhi d.Identify the factors that affect stability of objects Affect c. ~ 41 42 / 43 44 / 45 REVISION FINAL EXAM (PKSR) Pengembalian dan penerimaan buku teks / Hari Mesra / Hari Koko / HUAC . cone Pupils carry out activity to investigating factors that affect the stability of a structure.