SCIENCE YEARLY LESSON PLAN SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN KAMPUNG TITINGAN TAWAU YEAR 5 2 0 0 7 FIRST SEMESTERTHEME : INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils : • State types of microorganisms. • State that yeast is an example of microorganism. • State that microorganism 1.1 breathes. Understanding • State that microorganism that microorganism grows. is a living thing. • State that microorganism moves. • Conclude that microorganism are living 1 things and most of them 2 1. cannot be seen with naked 3 Microorganism eyes. Pupils: • State examples of use of microorganisms. 1.2 • State the harmful effects of Understanding microorganisms. that some • Describe that diseases microorganisms are harmful and caused by microorganisms some are can spread from one person useful. to another. • Explain ways to prevent diseases caused by microorganisms. Year 5/01
LEARNING LEARNINGWEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES 2.1 Pupils : Understanding • Give examples of animals that that different take care of their eggs and animals have young. their own ways • Explain how animals take care to ensure the of their eggs and young. survival of their • Explain why animals take care species. of their eggs and young. Pupils : • State various ways plants disperse their seeds and fruits. • Explain why plants need to disperse seeds or fruits. • Give examples of plant that 2.2 disperse seeds and fruits by 4 2. Survival of Understanding water. 5 The Species that different • Gives examples of plant that 6 plants have their disperse seeds and fruits by own ways to wind. ensure the • Gives examples of plant that survival of their disperse seeds and fruits by species. animals. • Gives examples of plant that disperse seeds by explosive mechanism. • Relate characteristics of seeds and fruits to the ways they are dispersed.. 2.3 Realising Pupils : the importance • Predictr what will happen if of survival of the some species of animals or species. plants do not survive. Pupils : • Identify animals and the food they eat. 3.1 • Classify animals into Understanding herbivore, carnivore and food chains omnivore. • Construct food chain. • Identify producer. • Identify consumer. 7 3. Food Chain Pupils : 8 and Foor Web • Construct a food web. Monthly 9 • Construct food webs of Test : 3.2 Synthesizing different habitats. February food chains to • Predict what will happen if there is a change in population construct food of a certain species in a food web. web. • Explain what will happen to a certain species of animals if they eat only one type of food.
Year 5/02THEME : INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils : • Explain why energy is 1.1 needed. Understanding • Gives examples where and the uses of when energy is used. energy. • State various sources of energy. Pupils : 1.2 • State the various forms of Understanding energy. that energy can • State that energy can be be transformed transformed. from one form • Give examples of to another. appliances that make use of energy transformation. 10 Pupils : 11 1. Energy • State what renewable 12 energy is. • State what non- renewable energy is. • List renewable energy resources. 1.3 • List non-renewable energy Understanding resources. renewable and non-renewable • Explain why we need to use energy. energy wisely. • Explain why renewable energy is better than non- renewable energy. • Gives examples on how to save energy. • Practise saving energy. Year 5/03
LEARNING LEARNINGWEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES 2.1 Knowing Pupils : the sources of • State the sources of electricity. electricity. Pupils : • Identify the symbols of various components in a simple electric circuit. • Draw circuit diagrams. 2.2 • Identify the difference in the Understanding arrangement of bulbs in series and parallel circuits. a series circuit • Build a series circuit. 13 and a parallel • Build a parallel circuit. 14 2. Electricity. circuit. • Compare the brightness of the 15 bulbs in a series and a parallel circuit. • Compare the effect on the bulb when various switches in a series circuit are off. 2.3 Pupils ; Understanding • Describe the danger of the safety mishandling electrical precautions to appliances. be taken when • Explain the safety precautions handling electrical to be taken when using appliances. electrical appliances. Pupils : • State that light travels in a Monthly straight line. Test : • Give examples to verify that April light travels in a straight line. • Describe how shadow is formed. 3.1 • Design a pair test to find out Understanding what cause the size of a that light travels shadow to change by deciding in a straight line. what to keep the same, what 16 to change and what to 17 3. Light observe. 18 • Design a fair test to find out what factors cause the shape of a shadow to change by deciding what to keep the same. What to change and what to observe. 3.2 Pupils : Understanding • State that light can be that light can reflected. be reflected. • Draw ray diagrams to show reflection of light. • Give examples of uses of
reflection of light in everyday life. Year 5/04 LEARNING LEARNINGWEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils ; • State that when a substance gains heat it will become warmer. First Term • State that when a Examination . substance loses heat it will become cooler. 4.1 • Measure temperature using Understanding the correct technique. that • State the metric unit for temperature is an indicator of temperature. degree of • State that temperature of an hotness. object or material increases as it gains heat. • State that temperature of an 19 4. Heat object or material decreases 20 as it loses heat. • Conclude that the temperature is an indicator to measure hotness. Pupils : • State that matter expands when heated. • State that matter contracts 4.2 when cooled. Understanding the effects of • Gives examples of the heat on matter. application of the principle of expansion and construction in everyday life. Year 5/05
SCIENCE YEARLY LESSON PLAN SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN KAMPUNG TITINGAN TAWAU YEAR 5 2 0 0 7 SECOND SEMESTERTHEME : INVESTIGATING MATERIALS LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES 1. State of Pupils : Matter • Classify objects and 1.1 materials into three states of Understanding matter. 21 • State the properties of solid. that matter 22 exist in the • State the properties of form of solid, liquid. liquid or gas. • State that some liquids flow faster than others. • State the properties of gas. Pupils : 23 • State that water can change 24 its state. 25 • Conclude that water can 1.2 exist in any of the three Understanding states of matter. that matter can • Identify the processes change from one state to involved when a matter another. changes from one state to another. • Identify factors that affect the rate of evaporation of water. Pupils : • Describe how clouds are formed. • Describe how rain is 1.3 formed. Understanding the water cycle. • Explain how water is circulated in the environment. • Explain the importance of water cycle. 1.4 Pupils : Appreciating • Give reasons why we need
to keep our water resources the importance clean. of water • Describe ways to keep our resources. water resources clean. Year 5/06 LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils : 2.1 • Identify acidic, alkaline and Monthly Understanding neutral substances using Test : 26 the properties litmus paper. July 2. Acid and 27 of acidic, • Identify the taste of acidic Alkali 28 alkaline and and alkaline food. neutral • Conclude the properties of substances. acidic alkaline and neutral substances.THEME : INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils : 1.1 • State what constellation is. 29 Understanding 30 1. Constellation • Identify constellations. the 31 • State the importance of constellation. 32 constellations. Pupils : Monthly • State that the Earth rotates Test : on its axis. August • State that the Earth rotates and at the same time moves round the Sun, 2.1 • State that the Moon rotates 33 Understanding 2. The earth, on its axis. 34 the movements The Moon and • State that the Moon rotates 35 of the Earth, The Sun and at the same time moves the Moon and round the Earth. The Sun. • State that the Moon and the Earth move round the Sun at the same time. • Describe the changes in length and position of the shadow throughout the day. • Conclude that the Earth
rotates on its axis from west to east. Year 5/07 LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES Pupils ; • State that it is day time for the part of the Earth facing 2.2 the Sun. Understanding • State it is night time for the the accurrence part of the Earth facing of day and away from the sun. night. • Explain that day and night 36 2. The earth, occur due to the rotation of 37 The Moon and the earth on its axis. 38 The Sun Pupils : • State that the Moon does not emit light. 2.3 • Explain that the Moon Understanding the phases of appears bright when it the Moon. reflects sunlight. • Describe the phases of the moon.THEME : INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY LEARNING LEARNING WEEK NOTE AREA OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES 39 1. Strength and 1.1 Knowing Pupils : 40 stability. the shapes of • State the shapes of objects. 41 objects in • Identify shapes in structure. 42 structures. 1.2 Pupils : Understanding • Identify shapes of objects the strength that are stable. Second term and stability of • Identify the factors that Examination a structure. affect stability of objects. • Explain how base area affects stability. • Explain how height affects stability. • Identify the factors that affect the strength of a structure.
• Design a model that is strong and. Stable. Year 5/08 YEARLY LESSON PLAN SCIENCESEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN KAMPUNG TITINGAN TAWAU 2 0 0 7 YEAR 5 Prepared By Science Panel SK. Kampung Titingan Tawau