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SCIENCE LESSON PLAN Subject: Science Date: Time: Topic: Theme: Year: 17 April 2010 9:00am 10:00am Animal

l food chain Investigating living things 5U

Number of pupils:

46 pupils

Prerequisite knowledge: Pupils know what herbivore, carnivore and omnivore is Learning outcome: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. Construct 2 food chains that each consists of 3 animals and a plant 2. Identify which animal is a producer and which is a consumer Science Process Skills: Observing, Classifying, Making inferences Manipulative Skills: Thinking Skills: Labeling Attributing, Grouping and classifying, Relating, Sequencing

Scientific attitudes and: xx noble values Teaching and learning: 1. Microsoft PowerPoint resources 2. Laptop and projector 3. Worksheet 4. Science workbook

Phase/Time Orientation (5 minutes)

Content Animal displayed Bear, monkey, rabbit, frog, fox Animal eating picture A mouse eating a grasshopper

Teaching/Learning Activities 1. Teacher shows images of animals on projector screen. 2. Pupils are told to point out whether the animal displayed is a herbivore, carnivore and omnivore. 3. Teacher shows a picture of animal eating, and asks pupils what is the relationship between the 2 animals.

Remarks Teaching aids Laptop Projector SPS Observing Classifying TS Grouping and classifying Attributing Teaching aids Laptop Projector SPS Observing Classifying TS Grouping and classifying

Eliciting Ideas Question & statement (5 minutes) 1. Animals must eat to survive 2. Animals doesnt just eat one animal or plant 3. What does animal eat

1. Teacher will use PowerPoint to display the following animal and plants pictures on screen: a)Horse c)Mouse e)Lizard g)Cat i)Fish k)Chicken m)Ladybird o)Crow b)Snake d)Tiger f)Dog h)Monkey j)Earthworm l)Grass n)Rice p)Eagle

2. Teacher asks what does the animal displayed on screen eats. 3. Teacher asks whether the animal displayed on screen will be eaten by any other animal. Restructuring of idea (10 minutes) Teacher explains 1. Carnivore eats meat 2. Herbivore eats plant 3. Omnivore eats both meat and plant 4. Plant is a producer 5. Herbivore is a primary consumer 6. Carnivore is a secondary or tertiary consumer 7. Omnivore is a secondary or tertiary consumer 1. Teacher uses PowerPoint to show a variety of animals 2. Teacher explains the common traits/ characteristics of herbivore, carnivore and omnivore 3. Teacher explains how those traits/ characteristics compliment the different categories of animals 4. Teacher explains how a food chain is formed based on the traits/ characteristics of animal Teaching aids Laptop Projector SPS Observing Classifying Making inferences TS Grouping and classifying

5. Teacher explains that a food chain cannot be completed without a producer and the consumers. 6. Teacher explains that some animals cannot become primary, secondary or tertiary consumer because of the nature of their characteristic Application of idea (6 minutes) Pictures provided a)Goat b)Tiger c)Dog d)Chicken e)Earthwor m f)Grass g)Snake h)Eagle i)Mouse Question What if one of the animals is changed to another animal? Teacher gives a worksheet with pictures of animals and plants. Pupils are required to create 2 food chains using the pictures provided. Teacher compares pupils worksheet to check if they got the correct answer. Teacher asks further questions related to food chain. Pupils will answer whether the food chain is complete or incomplete, and what is wrong to it (If any).

Relating

Teaching aids Laptop Projector Worksheet SPS Observing Classifying TS Grouping and classifying Relating Sequencing MS Labeling

Reflection (4 minutes)

Chart
10 0 90 80 70 60

50 40 30 20 10 0 Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4

Teacher explains further about food chain using a chart: The number of producer or consumer changes when one of them changes its amount.
Wk

SPS Making inferences TS Relating

Teacher asks pupils not to tamper with natures ecology system.