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Living Things                            Interaction          Animals           Cooperation    Plants                     ...
INTERACTION AMONG LIVING THINGS                                  1.2.1 living things                                 inter...
1.1.2                                    State that                                 some animals live           1.1.1     ...
Food           Water           Mate           Shelter           SpaceSunlightWaterSpaceNutrient
Investigating Living Things                                                     GROUP 10                              Inte...
Investigating Living Things                                                         GROUP 10                              ...
Investigating Living Things                                                           GROUP 10                            ...
Tiger    Dodo                                    Turtle   Dinosaur                               Orang utan               ...
1.4 impact of human activities on environmentEnvironmental destruction         How human activities caused    What will ha...
INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY                                 Pull                   Types                Push           ...
FORCE    PULL                                 PUSH  e.g.                                  e.g.• pull a door               ...
Change the shape                       Change the direction  Of an object                            of an object         ...
A type of force Advantages               What is?             Disadvantages•Prevent from                                 •...
Group 15                                             Effects:    Definition:                              1.Produces heat ...
Movement                           Speed is a measurement of how fast an object movesMoves faster, longer distance        ...
TRAVELLED                              MOVES        LONGER                               FASTER         Time              ...
Food preservation                                                                                             1.3 Realisin...
Slowing down the food from                   waxing                             becoming bad                          smok...
HOW WASTE IS                              EDUCATE THE PUBLIC     5         DISPOSED IN A LOCAL                        •SCH...
Sickness &             Flash-flood Air pollution         diseases                                                         ...
LOB: 2.2 Understanding that  some waste can decay
2. WASTE MANAGEMENT                                                       2.2.7 The effects           2.2.1 Waste         ...
INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE                                ECLIPSES                                          ...
MACHINE  SIMPLE MACHINES                                               COMPLEX MACHINE                                  AP...
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Mind map year 6

  1. 1. Living Things Interaction Animals Cooperation Plants CompetitionLive in Live in group solitary Factors & Reasons Explanations & examples
  2. 2. INTERACTION AMONG LIVING THINGS 1.2.1 living things interaction with one another in the environment 1.2.6 why plants compete with each other 1.2.2 competition is a form of interaction limited resources of nutrient space 1.2 competition is a form of interaction among living water thingssunlight that can reachthem 1.2.3 factors that animals compete for 1.2.5 factors that plants 1.2.4 why animals compete food space compete for limited resources of sheltersunlight space water food mate nutrient shelter water water mate
  3. 3. 1.1.2 State that some animals live 1.1.1 in solitary. State that some 1.1.3 animals live in Give examples group. of animals that live in group. 1.1 Understanding 1.1.7 that some animals State that live in group and cooperation is a other live in solitary 1.1.4form of interaction Give examples among animals. of animals that live in solitary 1.1.6 1.1.5 Explain why Explain why animals live animals live in solitary. in group.
  4. 4. Food Water Mate Shelter SpaceSunlightWaterSpaceNutrient
  5. 5. Investigating Living Things GROUP 10 Interaction Among Living Things Understanding the responsibility of human Knowing the impact beings in protecting of human activities endangered species on environment Give examples of environmental Give examples of extinct animals destruction caused by human dinosaurs Logging, hunting and development Give examples of endangered animals Explain how human activities cause environmental destruction Turtle, panda, orang utan Erosion, landslide, flash-flood, water and air pollution Give examples endangered plant Predict what will happen to the Earth Rafflesia and pitcher plant if human activities are not controlled Explain why certain animal or plant are Global warming, no fresh water and air facing the threat of extinction Suggest ways to prevent animals a plants from extinction
  6. 6. Investigating Living Things GROUP 10 Interaction Among Living Things dinosaurs Turtle, panda, orang utan extinct animals endangered animals endangered plant Rafflesia and pitcher plant Living Things Understanding the Explain why certain animal or plant are responsibility of human facing the threat of extinction beings in protecting Human activities endangered species Suggest ways to prevent animals a plants from extinction Campaign against excessive logging
  7. 7. Investigating Living Things GROUP 10 Interaction Among Living Things examples of environmental Knowing the impact destruction caused by human of human activities Logging, hunting and development on environment human activities cause environmental destruction Erosion, landslide, flash-flood, water and air pollution Predict what will happen to the Earth if human activities are not controlled Global warming, no fresh water and air
  8. 8. Tiger Dodo Turtle Dinosaur Orang utan Rafflesia Mammoth panda Pitcher plantTasmanian tigerExtinct animals Endangered animals Endangered plants 1.3 Responsibility of human beings in protecting endangered species Why animals and plants extinct Ways to prevent extinction Illegal or excessive •.campaign •.logging •.educating the public •.hunting •.avoid consuming or buying •.development •.enforsing the law
  9. 9. 1.4 impact of human activities on environmentEnvironmental destruction How human activities caused What will happen to the caused by human Environmental destruction Earth ? •erosion Illegal or excessive •.landslide •.logging •global warming •.flash--flood •.hunting •Climate change •.water pollution •Improper management •Sea level rises •.air pollution of development
  10. 10. INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY Pull Types Push FrictionTheme : Force Move a stationary object. Effects Change the motion of object. Change the shape of an object.
  11. 11. FORCE PULL PUSH e.g. e.g.• pull a door • close the door• open the door • push the trolly• wear a sock • switch off the light CONCLUSION A FORCE CANNOT BE SEEN BUT ITS EFFECTS CAN BE OBSERVED
  12. 12. Change the shape Change the direction Of an object of an object The Effects of A Force Change the motion Of an object Speed Stationary to Moving Faster to Slower Moving to Stationary Slower to Faster
  13. 13. A type of force Advantages What is? Disadvantages•Prevent from •Slows down theslipping movement of objects•Stop a movingvehicle FRICTIO •Damages objects •Produces unnecessary•Keeps the positionof a stationary N heatobjects Ways to Effects Ways to reduce increase Produce heat •Applying oil, grease or wax •Roughen the Opposes motion •Using rods, ball surface in contact Causes wear and bearings and wheels •Heavier object tear •Using air cushion •Shape of object •Smoothening the surface in contact
  14. 14. Group 15 Effects: Definition: 1.Produces heat Type of force that opposes 2.Opposes motion the movement of an object 3.Causes wear and tear Ways to reduce 1.Using roller,marblesDisadvantages FRICTION 2.Using talcum powder, oil,e.g: slow down the wax ,grease ,air cushion.movement, damaging 3.Smoothening the surfacesobjects. in contact Advantages Ways to increase e.g: prevents from slipping, 1.Increase the roughness stop a moving vehicles of surface 2.Increase the weight of object 3. Change the shape of object
  15. 15. Movement Speed is a measurement of how fast an object movesMoves faster, longer distance SPEED Formula: Speed = distance / time Moves faster, shorter time Solve problems using example
  16. 16. TRAVELLED MOVES LONGER FASTER Time distance (keep the same) (keep the same) DISTANCE TRAVELLED DEFINITION FORMULA SPEED Measurement of how fast an object movesSPEED=DISTANCE/TIME
  17. 17. Food preservation 1.3 Realising the importance Of preserving food 1.1 Understanding food spoilage •State the conditions for microorganisms •Give reasons why we need to grow. to preserve food• Describe what spoilt food is * air * the food will last longer * water * changes in appearance * the food easy to store * nutrient * foods turn bad * to reduce wastage of food * suitable temperature * foods cannot last long - strong high kill bacteria and fungi * suitable acidityUnsafe to eat because - cannot grow in a very acidic or * expired date very alkaline * due to the action of bacteria and fungi •State that microorganisms Can spoil food. •Identify characteristics Carry out experiment of spoilt food. e.g leaving a slice of bread in a plastic bag Unpleasant smell – bad smell Unpleasant taste – sour taste Changed colour – becomes yelliwish Changed texture - become curd Mouldy – have dark spots
  18. 18. Slowing down the food from waxing becoming bad smoking drying EXAMPLES THE MEANING boiling WAYS coolingImported Fish Vacuum fruits packing smoking waxing Pickling FOOD PRESERVATION freezing saltingCuttle fish Fresh milk DESIGN A REASONS drying cooling PROJECT salting Choose a type Removes of food water drying Choose a Removes air Vacuum type of & moisture packing preservation
  19. 19. HOW WASTE IS EDUCATE THE PUBLIC 5 DISPOSED IN A LOCAL •SCHOOL /PUBLIC AREA 6 SUGGESTION •PAMPHLET •THROUGH MEDIA GARBAGE IS COLLECTED AND SENT INCINERATOR TO DUMPING SITE4 HARMFUL EFFECTS 1 TYPES OF WASTE • AIR POLLUTION 2.1 UNDERSTANDING THE •PLASTIC • WATER EFFECTS OF IMPROPER •GLASS POLLUTION DISPOSAL OF WASTE •CHEMICAL WASTE • SICKNESS & ON THE ENVIRONMENT •ORGANIC WASTE DISEASES •METAL • ACID RAIN • FLASH-FLOOD 3 WASTE DISPOSAL IMPROPER WAYS PROPER WAYS 2 SOURCES OF WASTE •THROW INTO DRAINS •SEPARATE THE •FACTORIES •DUMP INTO THE WASTE •FOOD STALL RIVER •RECYCLE •MARKET •PUT BY THE •REUSE •LOCAL AREA ROADSIDE •OPEN BURNING
  20. 20. Sickness & Flash-flood Air pollution diseases Metal Chemical Glass Acid rain Water pollution HARMFUL Plastic EFFECTS TYPES Recycle PROPER OrganicUndergo WAYStreatment WASTE MANAGEMENT House SOURCES Open burning IMPROPER WAYS HOW WASTE Hospital DISPOSED Without proper Vehicle treatment Factory Classified waste in Use the Food Stall Throw in the river different group Microorganisms
  21. 21. LOB: 2.2 Understanding that some waste can decay
  22. 22. 2. WASTE MANAGEMENT 2.2.7 The effects 2.2.1 Waste of waste management to can decay -human -environment2.2.2 Waste that can decay 2.2 UNDERSTANDING-eg. vegetables, paper, THAT SOME WASTE 2.2.6 Disadvantages CAN DECAY wood of waste decaying 2.2.5 Advantages 2.2.3 Waste that do not of waste decaying decay 2.2.4 Microorganisms -e.g glass, plastic can cause to decay
  23. 23. INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE ECLIPSES SUN MOON1. What isthe eclipse 1. What is 4. Predict theof the the eclipse scenario onmoon? of the sun? the earth 3. Why occurs? 2. Position of the 2. Position of 3. Why Moon ,The Earth the Moon , occurs? and The Sun The Earth and The Sun
  24. 24. MACHINE SIMPLE MACHINES COMPLEX MACHINE APRECIATING INVENTION WHAT? WHAT? MADE UP OF MOREA DEVICE THAT ALLOWS THAN ONE SIMPLEUS TO USE LESS MACHINEFORCE/ MAKE WORKEASIER&FASTER EXAMPLE a) WHEEL BARROW –WHEEL& AXLE, LEVER TYPES b) BICYCLE- WHEEL&AXLE,a)WHEEL & AXLE eg SCREW SCREW,GEAR, LEVERDRIVER LIFE WITH MACHINEb)LEVER eg. SEE-SAW -WORK WILL BEc)PULLEY eg. FLAG POLES EASIER&FASTERd)GEAR eg. WATCH LIFE WITHOUT MACHINE?e) INCLINE PLANE eg. STAIR CASE -FACE DIFFULTYf) SCREW eg. SCREWED BOTTLE DESIGN A SIMPLE MACHINECAP -TO SOLVE PROBLEMSg) WEDGE eg. DOOR STOPPER

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