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LESSON 1
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BASIC NEED OF HUMANS 1. Living things have basic needs 1.1 Understanding that human have basic needs Identify the basic needs of humans Give reasons why humans need food, water, air and shelter

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher elicits pupils prior knowledge about humans basic needs and writes down the ideas on the board to introduce the main concept on basic needs. 2. Teacher continue the lesson by asking pupils to look at the picture on page 2 (TB). 3. Pupils discuss in group about the picture. 4. Pupils list out types of house on the board and ask pupils to look at the pictures of different types of shelter. 5. Pupils draw the types of house correctly in their Science note. 6. Pupils complete the notes gives as an enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Making inference Attributing SANV Realizing that science is a means to understand nature Being cooperative Being systematic MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Basic-asas Needs-keperluan Shelter-tempat berlindung Balanced diet-diet seimbang Conditions-keadaan

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LESSON 2
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BASIC NEEDS OF ANIMALS 1. Living things have basic needs 1.2 Understanding that animals have basic needs Identify the basic needs of animals Give reason why animals need food, water, air and shelter Describe types of shelter for animals

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher elicits pupils prior knowledge about animals basic needs and writes down the ideas on the board to introduce the main concept on animals basic needs. 2. Teacher continue the lesson by asking pupils to look at the picture on page 3 (TB). 3. Pupils discuss in group about the picture. 4. Pupils list out types of animals shelter on the board. 5. Pupils list the types of animals shelter correctly in their Science note. 6. Pupils conclude that animals also have their own basic needs. 7. Pupils complete the notes gives as an enrichment activities. REFLECTION :

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Making inference Attributing SANV Realizing that science is a means to understand nature Being cooperative Being systematic MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Basic need-keperluan asas Pet-haiwan peliharaan Protect-lindung Cage-sangkar Container-bekas

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LESSON 3
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BASIC NEED OF PLANTS 1. Living things have basic needs 1.3 Understanding that plants have basic needs Identify the basic needs of plants.

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher elicits pupils prior knowledge about plants basic needs and writes down the ideas on the board to introduce the main concept on basic needs. 2. Teacher continue the lesson by asking pupils to look at the picture on page 5 (TB) to gather information about the basic needs of plants. 3. Pupils discuss in group about the picture. 4. Teacher guides pupils to use other resources to enhance pupils understanding. 5. Pupils write the notes on the basic needs of plants in their Science Journal. 6. Pupils complete the notes gives as an enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Making inference Attributing SANV Realizing that science ia a means to understand nature Being cooperative Being systematic MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY condition - keadaan similar - serupa watered - disiram sunlight - cahaya matahari

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LESSON 4
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HUMANS BREATHE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.1 Analyzing life processes that humans undergo Explain that humans breathe Describe what inhale is Describe what exhale is

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils discuss the breathing mechanisms and distinguish between inhaled and exhaled air. 2. Pupils do the activity to feel the movements of their chest while breathing in and out. 3. Pupils study a computer animation of the human body showing the breathing structure and the associated movement of air. 4. Pupils do some exercises and record their breathing to find out how exercises affects the rate of breathing. 5. Pupils make a conclusion and take some notes related on the topics.

SPS & CCTS Making conclusions Observing & Visualising Comparing & Contrasting SANV Having an interest in the environment and being curious about it Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY exhale - hembus faeces - najis/tinja inhale - tarik nafas rate - kadar undergo - menjalani excretion perkhumuhan defecate - nyahtinja offspring - anak reaction - gerak balas reproduce - membiak

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LESSON 5
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RATE OF BREATHING 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.1 Analyzing life processes that humans undergo Differentiate the air that we inhale and the air that we exhale State that humans use lungs to breathe Identify passage of air during breathing Conclude that not all individuals have the same rate of breathing

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils discuss the breathing mechanisms and distinguish between the concept of term inhaled and exhaled air. 2. Pupils study a computer animation or the CD ROM of the human body showing the breathing structure and the associated movement of air. 3. Pupils create a model lung to demonstrate and understand the parts of the human lung and the process of breathing as an enrichment activity. 4. Pupils make a conclusion to differentiate the air that we inhaled and the air that we exhaled. 5. Pupils take some notes related on the topics. 5. Pupils complete the exercises given as drilling.

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Making inference Communicating SANV Realizing that science ia a means to understand nature Being cooperative MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY sweat - peluh stimuli - rangsangan survival kemandirian cause-menyebabkan inward-ke dalam surroundings-sekeliling trace-mengesan

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HUMANS EXCRETE AND DEFECATE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.1 Analyzing life processes that humans undergo State that humans excrete and defecate State the products of human excretion State the product of human defecation Give reasons why humans need to excrete and defecate

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils participate in teacher-led discussion of waste materials excreted and defecated by human beings. 2. Pupils discover more information from other sources (internet/CDROM) on why human beings should excrete and defecate. 3. Pupils discuss in group to understand the term excrete and defecate and knowing that the processes are important to human in order to get rid of waste products from their bodies. 4. Teacher guides the pupils to make the conclusion in order to explain why excretion and defecation are important. 5. Pupils complete the exercises given correctly.

SPS & CCTS Making conclusions Making inference SANV Appreciating and practicing clean healthy living Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY urine - air kencing waste product - bahan buangan get rid-singkirkan harm-membahayakan

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LESSON 7
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RESPONSE TO STIMULI 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.1 Analyzing life processes that humans undergo State that humans respond to stimuli Give reasons why humans respond to stimuli

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils participate in teacher-led discussion of term stimuli and response to understand the concept and the situations involved in their daily life. 2. Pupils name other examples in everyday life situations involving response to heat and pain. 3. Pupils in group discuss the picture on page 14 (TB) to understand the need for human being to respond to stimuli. 4. Pupils design a fair test to show that different people have different response rates. 5. Pupils complete the exercises given as the enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Making inferences Observing SANV Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY touch-sentuh sharp-tajam respond-bertindakbalas stimuli-ransangan rates-kadar

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LESSON 8
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HUMANS REPRODUCE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.1 Analyzing life processes that humans undergo State that humans reproduce Predict what will happen if humans do not reproduce

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils participate in teacher-led discussion of their family tree to understand the topic and the situations involved in their daily life. 2. Pupils discuss the need for humans to produce offspring. 3. Pupils gather information about two generations of their family members as a project work. 4. Pupils conclude the fact that humans give birth when producing their young to relate that humans reproduce to produce offspring. 5. Pupils take some notes and complete the exercises given as the enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Predicting Comparing & Contrasting Making conclusions SANV Having an interest in the environment and being curious about it. Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Family tree-salasilah keluarga Offspring-zuriat, anak Generation-generasi

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LESSON 9
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IMPACT SPS & CCTS Making inferences Comparing & Contrasting Attributing Generating ideas SANV Appreciating and practicing clean healthy living Being responsible MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY smoker - perokok affect - kesan / akibat drunken - mabuk delay - melambatkan cause - menyebabkan drug - dadah alcohol - minuman keras peers - rakan sebaya avoid-mengelakkan, cegah substances-bahan taking drugs-mengambil dadah

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AVOID BAD HABITS 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.2 Being aware that certain behavior can disturb life processes. Give examples of habits that bring harm to human life processes State the effects of smoking on lungs Explain that taking drugs and alcohol can delay a persons response to stimuli Participate in campaign to discourage smoking, drugs taking and alcohol drinking among peers

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils participate in teacher-led discussion of bad habit in humans that bring harm to human life processes such as smoking, taking drugs and drinking alcohol.( TB pg 17) 2. Pupils observe the harmful substances produced when a cigarette is smoked based on the chart shown. 3. Discuss among peers on explaining how taking drugs and drinking alcohol can delay a persons response to stimuli. 4. Pupils plan and carry out an activity to discourage their peers from bad habits on how the bad habits effect on humans life. 5. Pupils complete their exercises given correctly.

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LESSON 10
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IMPACT SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Making inferences Communicating SANV Appreciating and practicing clean healthy living MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Stay healthy-kekal sihat Fertiliser -baja give birth - beranak grasshopper - belalang hatch - menetas lay eggs - bertelur life cycle - kitaran hidup occur - berlaku stage - peringkat

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ANIMALS EXCRETE AND DEFECATE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that animals undergo State that animals excrete State that animals defecate Give reasons why animals need to excrete and defecate

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils explore the science garden to find snails or other animals to observe the waste products of the animals found. 2. Pupils participate in teacher-led discussion why animals need to excrete and defecate. 3. Pupils use the internet or explore the CD ROM to find out more about the excretion and defecation of different animals to add into their scrapbooks. 4. Pupils take the additional notes and complete the exercises given to enhance their knowledge as the enrichment activities.

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LESSON 11
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ANIMALS BREATHE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that animals undergo State that animals breathe Identify the breathing structures for certain animals Identify the breathing structures for different types of animals may be different

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion about the breathing structure of animals such as gills, lungs, moist skin, book lung, trachea, etc. 2. Pupils carry out the experiment to investigate in groups the breathing structures of a fish and a grasshopper. 3. Pupils understanding by comparing the charts/ CD ROM showing the breathing structures of different animals. 4. Pupils use MyCD to do an interactive activity related to the topics. 5. Pupils take some notes using different resources as the remedial and enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Comparing & Contrasting Communication SANV Realising that science is a means to understand nature Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Bubble of air-gelembung udara Tubes-tiub Underwater-di bawah permukaan air Water surface Peka- SPS 4- C1,C2,C3 SPS 1-C1,C2,C3

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LESSON 12
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GETTING STARTED 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that animals undergo State that some animals give birth and some lay eggs Classify animals according to the way they reproduce

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion on animals reproduction to recall pupils previous knowledge in Science Year 2. 2. Pupils use varieties sources such as science books, internet or encyclopedias to find out the information on classification of animals according to their means of reproduction. 3. Pupils in their own group prepare a reproduction chart for animals choose by classify them into Giving Birth or Lay Eggs. 4. Pupils use MyCD for the interactive activities. 5. Pupils complete their exercise correctly.

SPS & CCTS Predicting Comparing & Contrasting Making conclusions SANV Realising that science is a means to understand nature Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Balance-seimbang Nature-alam semulajadi Reproductionpembiakan Species-spesis, keturunan Peka SPS 2C1,C2,C3,C4 SPS 4-C1,C2

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LESSON 13
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A COMPLETE CHANGE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that animals undergo Describe the life cycles of different animals Conclude that animals may have different life cycles

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion to generate pupil ideas to get the different answer on term life cycle based on their previous knowledge. 2. Pupils discuss in group the life cycles of certain animals such as frog, butterfly, mosquito and others by explaining the concept they have learnt and add their findings to the scrapbook. 3. Pupils in their own group prepare a chart of the life cycle of one animal has been choose by using the books and science magazines. 4. A group leader shows and explaining the chart prepared to the class. 5. Teacher guide the pupils to make conclusion and gives the exercise.

SPS & CCTS Communicating Comparing & Contrasting Making conclusions SANV Appreciating the balance of nature Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Complete changeperubahan lengkap Fertilized egg-telur yang disenyawakan dalam haiwan atau manusia Metamorphosis-proses pertukaran daripada anak menjadi dewasa melalui beberapa peringkat Slight change-sedikit perubahan Peka-SPS4-C1,C2,C3,C4

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LESSON 14
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PLANTS RESPOND TO STIMULI 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that plants undergo State that plants respond to stimuli Identify the part of plant that responds to water Identify the part of plant that responds to gravity Identify the part of plant that responds to sunlight Identify the part of plant that responds to touch

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher shows sample of a plants (balsam plant) and asking pupils various questions to generate the ideas on part of the plant moving to in order to enhance pupils ideas to the plants response to. 2. Teacher and pupils explore the school compound to find out the various stimuli and response of plants. 3. Teacher leads pupils to discuss the effect of touch on the mimosa plant and related it as the plants response to touch. 4. Pupils discuss in group based on the questions given by teacher to understand the response of plant to touch, light, water and gravity.

SPS & CCTS Observing Relating Inferring Communicating SANV Having an interest in the environment and being curious about it. Realising that science is a means to understand nature MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Gravity-graviti Mushroom-cendawan water lettuce - kiambang bryophyllum - setawar extinct - pupus shoot - pucuk leaflets - anak daun young plant - anak pokok parent plant - pokok induk spores - spora sucker - sulur / anak pokok stem cutting - keratang batang underground stem -

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batang bawah tanah tapioca plant - pokok ubi kayu Peka-SPS 1-C1,C2,C3

LESSON 15
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PLANTS REPRODUCE 1. Living Things Undergo Live Processes 2.3 Analyzing life processes that plants undergo State that plants reproduce Explain that why plants need to reproduce Predict what will happen to the world if plants do not reproduce Explain the various ways plants reproduce

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads discussion to generate pupils ideas on the different method by the common plants around them to reproduce such as by seeds or stem cutting. 2. Pupils give reason why plants need to reproduce and predict what would happen if plants do not. 3. Pupils do the experiment to make observation on the growth of plants through various methods identified by discussing the picture on page 29 (TB). 4. Pupils list the ways in which plants reproduce and classify the plants according to their means of reproduction. 5. Pupils give examples and describe the various ways plants reproduce based on their observation of plants specimen. 6. Pupils complete the exercises given as the additional activities.

SPS & CCTS Predicting Comparing & Contrasting Observing SANV Appreciating the balance of nature Having an interest in the environment and being curious about it. MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Tiny-halus fern - paku-pakis various - pelbagai corn - jagung dispersal - pencaran splitting - letupan love grass - kemuncup relationship - hubungan flame of the forest semarak api shorea meranti Peka-SPS 2- C1,C2,C3,C4

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LESSON 16
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PROTECTION FROM DANGER 2. Animals and plants protect themselves 3.1 Understanding that animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to protect themselves from danger Identify special characteristics of animals that protect them from danger Identify special behaviour of animals that protect them from danger Describe how the special characteristics and behaviour of animals help to protect them from danger

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils identify the animals on page 36 and 37 and answering the questions given to generate their ideas on the specific characteristics and behaviours of each animal. 2. Pupils discuss in their own group the different ways animals defend themselves to relate the specific characteristics of these animals to their behaviours and their means of avoiding their enemies. 3. Teacher shows the CD ROM to enrich pupils understanding. 4. Pupils discuss in their own group to find out how do certain animals such as snails, earthworms, pangolin, bed bug or millipedes react to danger when they are touched. 5. Pupils record the findings in the form of a table

SPS & CCTS Relating Comparing & Contrasting Communication SANV Being responsible for the safety of oneself, oters and the environment Patriotisme MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Confuse-keliru Change body colourberubah warna badan Disturb-mengganggu Enable-membolehkan Long ear-telinga panjang Long journeypengembaraan yang jauh Lose-hilang Release-mengeluarkan Rise up-naik Similar to the background-serupa dengan persekitaran

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and the group leader presents it to the class. 6. Teacher gets the pupils to do the MyCD as the enrichment activities. Store-menyimpan Treaten-diancam curl up - menggulung millipede - ulat gonggok centipede - lipan behaviour - perlakuan pangolin - tenggiling scale - sisik bed bug - pijat chameleon - sesumpah sting - sengat

LESSON 17
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LIVING IN EXTREME WEATHER 2. Animals and plants protect themselves 3.2 Understanding that animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to protect themselves from extreme weather Identify specific characteristics and behavior of animals that protect them from very hot or cold weather Describe how specific characteristics and behaviour of animals help to protect them from very hot or cold weather

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher gets the pupils to identify the animals on page 39 and 40 by asking the several questions related to the ideas on how the specific characteristics of the animals can protect them from the extreme weather such as very hot or very cold weather. 2. Teacher shows the CD ROM to get pupils more information on how the specific characteristics and behaviours of animals help to protect them from extreme weather. 3. Pupils found out more information from science magazines, encyclopedias, internet, books or

SPS & CCTS Predicting Comparing & Contrasting Making conclusions SANV Being responsible for the safety of oneself, others and the environment Patriotisme MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Under their skin-di bawah permukaan kulit rhinocerous - badak sumbu extreme weather - cuaca melampau latex - susu getah thick fur - bulu tebal specific characteristic ciri khas humps - bonggol

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MyCD interactive activities to enrinch their knowledge and understanding. 4. Pupils discuss in group to complete the exercises given by the teacher and present the findings in the form of a table. mimosa - semalu fine hair - bulu halus itchiness - kegatalan wallowing berkubang

LESSON 1
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MEASURING LENGTH 1. Measurement 1.1 Understanding the measurement of length. State the different ways to measure length State the standard unit for length in the metric system Choose the appropriate measuring tools to measure length Measure length using the correct technique Record length in standard units

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher asks several questions to elicit pupils concept of length such as everyday examples as in the distance between two places which are far and near to their school or home. 2. Pupils discuss in group to draw conclusions regarding measurements made using standard and non-standard tools and to name examples of everyday life situations involving the different units of measurements. 3. Pupils discover the need to use standard units when comparing different ways of measuring length. 4. Pupils follow step by step demonstration by the teacher to develop the skill in using the correct technique of measuring length by using the standard tools and standard units (refer to page 51-

SPS & CCTS Using and handling measuring tools Measuring and using numbers Comparing & contrasting SANV Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Ancient-purba Carpenter-tukang kayu Vertically-menegak measurement - ukuran length - panjang width - lebar height - tinggi circumference - lilitan arm span - depa graphic organiser penyusun grafik calculate - hitung standard unit - unit piawai

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53 TB). 5. Pupils complete the task sheet given as the additional activities. PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 5

LESSON 2
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BIGGER OR SMALLER 1. Measurement 1. 2 Understandings how to calculate area Compare a square and a rectangle and guess which object has a bigger area Carry out a test to confirm their guesses State that area = length x width State the standard unit for area in the metric system Calculate the area of a given shape in standard unit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher asks several questions while showing or pointing to objects in the classroom that are square or rectangular in shape to enquire into the concept of a bigger and smaller area. 2. Pupils discover ways of determining the area of a square and a rectangular by carry out the activities on page 54 of the TB. 3. Pupils calculate area by multiplying the length and width as the formula given. 4. Pupils apply the formula area=length x width to identify square and rectangular floor plans of the same area. 5. Pupils complete the exercises given correctly.

SPS & CCTS Predicting Measuring and using numbers Visualizing SANV Being cooperative Being diligent and preserving MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Guess-teka Layout plan-pelan lantai Multiplying-mendarab Peeled off-dikupas Plot of land-bidang tanah PEKA : SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 5

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LESSON 3
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MORE OR LESS 1. Measurement 1.3 Understandings how to measure the volume of solid. Compare a cube and a cuboid and guess which one has a bigger volume Carry out a test to confirm their guesses State that volume = length x width x height State the standard unit for volume of solid in metric system Calculate the volume of cubes and cuboids based on the measurements taken in standard unit

SPS & CCTS Predicting Classifying Measuring & Using Numbers SANV Being diligent and persevering MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY volume - isipadu solid - pepejal cube - kiub cuboid - kuboid packet drinks-minuman kotak rank-susun PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher asks pupils with several questions to understand the cube and the cuboid are and discover the relationship between the number of 1cm x 1cm cuboids and volume of a cube and a cuboid. 2. Pupils calculate the areas of cubes and cuboids using the formula learned.

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3. Pupils are asks to do the activity based on the page 57-59 TB 4. Pupils measure the length, width and height of the objects, calculate the volume and record them in the table. 5. Pupils complete the task sheets given. SMS 1 SMS 5

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VOLUME OF LIQUID 1. Measurement 1.4 Understandings how to measure volume of liquid State the different ways to measure the volume of a liquid State the standard unit for volume of liquids in the metric system Choose the appropriate measuring tools to measure the volume of a liquid Measure the volume of a liquid using the correct technique Record the volume measure in standard unit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Discuss with pupils the different ways of measuring the volume of liquids using the examples given in page 68 TB or others that given by pupils based on their prior knowledge. 2. Pupils are introduced to the standard tools in measuring liquid such as beaker and measuring cylinder. 3. Pupils observed the calibration on the measuring cylinder to show the measurement in milliliter and litre in learning the correct technique of

SPS & CCTS Using and handling scientific apparatus and substances Measuring and using numbers Observing SANV Being systematic Being cooperative Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Cap-penutup Dropper-penitis Level surfacepermukaan yang rata Teaspoon-sudu teh Test tube rack-rak tabung uji liquids - cecair

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measuring the volume of liquid. 4. Pupils are given the opportunity to practice their skills in making accurate measurements of liquids by carrying out the activities on page 61 TB. 5. Pupils are asks to complete the exercises given as the enrichment activities. beaker - bikar measuring cylinder silinder penyukat meniscus - meniskus PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 4 SMS 5

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MEASURING MASS 1. Measurement 1.5 Understandings how to measure mass State tools for measuring mass State the standard unit for mass in the metric system Measure the mass of an object using the correct technique Record the measurement using standard unit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher guides the pupils to focus their attention and stimulate pupils interest by citing examples of tools used for measuring mass found at home, in school or at work. 2. Pupils observed the actual instruments given such as weighing scale, kitchen scale and bathroom scale. 3. Teacher supervises pupils and guides them step by step to acquire the correct technique of using a lever balance and other tools given in measuring mass activities. 4. Pupils practice their skills using the correct ways in measuring and arrange objects from the biggest to

SPS & CCTS Using and handling scientific tools Measuring and using numbers Classifying SANV Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being cooperative MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Beam balance-neraca palang Chinese herbs-herba Cina Electronic balancepenimbang elektronik Scale-pemberat lever balance - neraca tuas

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the smallest mass. 5. Pupils understand the suitable units to be used in measuring the objects of the object used in their activities. 6. Pupils record their observation collected. compression balance neraca mampat mass jisim PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 5

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TAKING TIME 1. Measurement 1.6 Understanding how to measure time. Identify different way to measure time State that processes that repeat uniformly can be used to measure time State the standard unit for time in the metric system Identify tools for measuring time Measure time using appropriate tools Record the time measure in standard unit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion on briefing the history of the measurement of time and making pupils appreciate the historical invention of the clock. 2. Based on TB page 64, pupils are asked with several questions to understanding the concept of uniformly repeated processes such as sand clock and water

SPS & CCTS Measuring and using numbers SANV Appreciating the contribution of science and technology Developing curiosity and an interest in the environment Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being systematic MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY uniformly repeated berulang secara seragam swing - ayunan pendulum - bandul

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dripping. 3. Teacher supervises pupils to work in their groups in observing the water dripping, the pulse rate and the swinging of a pendulum in explaining what is meant by uniformly repeated processes and how to observe them. 4. Pupils are introducing with different tools used to measure time (refer to page 67 TB) used by different peoples and different purposes. 5. Teacher demonstrates to the pupils how to use a stop watch to record time and proceeds to the activity on page 67 TB as the additional activities. 6. Pupils make a conclusion of the activities. water dripping - air menitis pulse rate - kadar denyutan nadi PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 5

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IMPORTANCE OF STANDARD UNITS 1. Measurement 1.7 Realising the importance of using standard units Choose and use the appropriate tools to measure the volumes of liquids and masses of the ingredients in a recipe Give reasons for any differences in the dough prepared by pupils using the given recipe Conclude the need for using standard unit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils make inferences about the importance of standard units. 2. Pupils watch video or multimedia presentations such as the CD ROM to understand the uses of various standard units and some standard tools /

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non standard tools using in measurements. 3. Pupils are asked to carry out the activity on TB page 69 in using the activity to enrich pupils understanding. 4. Pupils complete the work sheets given to enrich their understanding on the importance of standards units. bahan dough - adunan texture - tekstur accuracy ketepatan knead - uli ingredient - bahan mixture campuran PEKA: SPS 1 SPS 3 SPS 4 SMS 1 SMS 4 SMS 5

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SURVIVAL 2. Animals and plants protect themselves 3.3 Understanding that animals have specific characteristics and behaviour to enable them to survive. Recognize the need for animals to protect themselves from enemies and extreme weather conditions Make a model of an imaginary animal that can survive both extreme weather and enemies Give reasons why models are built in such ways

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils discuss the different ways animals defend themselves by related the specific characteristics and behaviours to their means of avoiding the

SPS & CCTS Relating Visualising Communicating SANV Being responsible for the safety of oneself, others and the environment Daring to try Being confident and independent MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Attack-menyerang Conditions-keadaan

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enemies and extreme weather conditions. 2. Pupils make inferences about the characteristics and behaviours needed as the survival of animals while discuss the special features for their own imaginary pet (refer to PB page 25). 3. Pupils are asked to present their ideas on the mahjong paper while describing how the imaginary pet model is to survive in every environment identified. 4. Teacher gets the pupils to make a list of animals product and present the findings in the form of a table. Enable-membolehkan Recognizemengecam/mengenal pasti Successful-berjaya Summer-musim panas Winter-musim sejuk excessive - berlebihan region - kawasan

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NATURAL DEFENSE IN PLANTS 2. Animals and plants protect themselves 3.4 Understanding that plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from enemies. Identify the specific characteristics of plants that protect them from enemies Describe hoe the specific characteristics of plants help to protect them from enemies

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils observe the specimens given such as mimosas, pineapples, bamboos, yams, mushrooms, roses and cactus to identify the plants feature of the structures and its special characteristics as natural defense in plants. 2. Pupils study the plants and discuss the specific characteristics of each specimen. 3. Teacher shows multimedia presentations on

SPS & CCTS Relating Observing Making inferences SANV Having an interest in the environment and developing curiosity Appreciating the balance of nature MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Defendmempertahankan diri Produce-mengeluarkan Touch-menyentuh

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various ways in which plants protect themselves to enrich pupils knowledge and understanding. 4. Teacher gets the pupils to make a list of plants specific characteristics and present the findings in the form of a table.

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ADAPTATION TO NATURE 2. Animals and plants protect themselves 3.5 Understanding that plants have specific characteristics to protect themselves from dry region and strong wind. Give examples of plants found in very dry region Identify specific characteristics of plants that protect them from excessive loss of water Describe how specific characteristics of plants help them to survive in dry region

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher gets the pupils to identify the plants shown and asking them several questions to generate the ideas on plants specific

SPS & CCTS Making conclusions Observing Making inferences SANV Realizing that science is a means to understand nature Being systematics MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Needle shapedberbentuk jarum Potted-dalam pasu Specific-khusus Survive-hidup

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characteristics. 2. Pupils do the experiment to find out which plants can survive in dry regions (refer to TB page 4445). 3. Pupils interpret data showing how specific characteristics of plants help them from the excessive loss of water and from the strong winds. 4. Pupils record their finding as the additional notes and complete the exercises given. REFLECTION :

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MATERIALS AROUND YOU 1. Properties of materials. 1.1 Understanding the properties of materials Classify object into groups according to the materials they are made of Identify materials that conduct electricity Identify materials that conduct heat

ACTIVITIES : 6. Teacher leads discussion on developing basic classification skills in materials. 7. Pupils investigate several everyday objects and group them according to the materials they are made of. 8. Pupils discuss among them the materials used to make the objects that identified and lay out the objects made of the five types of materials on the

SPS & CCTS Using and handling measuring tools Measuring and using numbers Comparing & contrasting NV Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances Peka:SPS 1- C1,C3,C4 VOCABULARY Absorb-menyerap Bomber-pesawat pengebom

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table. 9. Pupils watch the CD ROM presentation to enrich their understanding on classifying the objects. 10. Pupils observe and classify materials from multiples sources around them according to the instructions given. 11. Pupils discuss their final findings and present the findings to the class. Classify-mengelaskan Draw-melukis Discuss-bincang Fastest-paling laju Glass-kaca Identify-mengenal pasi Suggest-mencadangkan material - bahan conductor - pengalir insulator - penebat metal - logam heat - haba float - terapung absorb - menyerap stretch regangan

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PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS 1. Properties of materials. 1.1 Understanding the properties of materials Identify materials that float on water Identify materials that absorb water Identify materials that can be stretched Identify materials that allow light to pass through

ACTIVITIES : 6. Pupils choose a number of different materials that are used in school and at home prepared by teacher. 7. Pupils assemble the materials required and handle it before they do the activity on page 76 PB. 8. Pupils carry out the experiments with teachers

SPS & CCTS Observing Interpretation Classification SANV Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances PEKA: SPS 7 C1,C2, C4, C5 VOCABULARY Absorb-menyerap Conduct-konduksi

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guidance to understand the properties of each material which can float on water, absorb water, can be stretch and can allow light to pass through. 9. Pupils record their observation on each station in understanding the properties of the materials. 10. Teacher leads the discussion on making the conclusion. Float-timbul Hard-keras Heat-haba Properties-sifat Stretch-meregangkan Squeeze-memerah Unlabelled-tidak dilabelkan

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CONDUCTORS OR INSULATORS 1. Properties of materials. 1.1 Understanding the properties of materials State what a conductor is State what an insulator is Conclude that a good conductor of heat is also a good conductor of electricity

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher revise pupils knowledge on conductors and non-conductors studied in Year 3 using several questions to generate the ideas. 2. Teacher explains the concept of conductor and insulator. 3. Pupils discuss in group to identify the materials given as conductor or insulator and design their

SPS & CCTS Observing Inferring & Classifying Discussing & Predicting SANV Patriotism Being responsible for the safety of oneself, others and the environment MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances PEKA: SPS 6 C1, C2,C3, C4 VOCABULARY

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findings in a table. 4. In group, pupils completing the circuit (refer to PB page 45) by connecting it to a variety of materials in turn. 5. Pupils conclude that the conductors will permit current to pass through and it will be sufficient to light up the bulb but the insulators are cannot. 6. Teacher leads pupils to discuss and identify whether the objects are good conductors of heat, conductors of electricity or both. Group-kumpulan Hot-panas Metal-logam Metallic substancebarangan logam Plastic-plastik Spoon-sudu Wood-kayu

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FANTASTIC MATERIALS 1. Properties of materials. 1.1 Understanding the properties of materials Classify materials based on their abilities to allow light to pass through State what a transparent materials is State what a translucent material is State what an opaque material is List uses of transparent, translucent and opaque materials

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion on transparent, translucent and opaque concept using the materials

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given to generate pupils ideas and understanding. 2. Pupils discuss to classify the materials according to the amount of light passing through. 3. Pupils make a study of the things found around them to classify them into transparent, translucent or opaque objects. 4. Pupils design a simple table to classify and tabulate their findings. C3, C4. VOCABULARY Amount-jumlah Opaque-legap Torchlight-lampu suluh Transparent-lut sinar Translucent-lut cahaya Type-jenis

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CHOOSING SUITABLE MATERIALS 1. Properties of materials. 1.2 Applying the knowledge of properties of materials in every day life. Suggest ways to keep things cold Suggest ways to keep things hot Design an effective way to keep things hot or to keep things cold.

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads pupils to discuss the common characteristics of insulating materials using various types of insulating materials. 2. Teacher guides pupils to make the observation and discover the air pockets in the insulating materials. 3. Pupils discuss in groups to suggest and predict the

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heat insulating properties of various materials. 4. Pupils discuss and suggest ways of keeping things warm (refer to page 83 TB). 5. Pupils explore the CD ROM to enrich their understanding on how heat insulating materials work and use them if they are available. substances PEKA: SPS 7 C1, C2 VOCABULARY Cotton-kapas Coconut husk-sabut kelapa Daily use-kegunaan harian Insulators-penebat Polystyrene-polisterina Saw dusts-habuk kayu Towel-tuala Trapped air-udara terperangkap Wrap-bungkus

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COMBINED USES OF MATERIALS 1. Properties of materials. 1.3 Synthesising the knowledge about uses of materials based on their properties. List objects and the materials that they are made of Give reasons what particular materials are used to make an object State that materials are chosen to make an object based on their properties Design an object for a specific

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purpose and give reasons why certain materials are used to make PEKA : SPS 1 C1,C3 VOCABULARY Casing-sarung Grip-cengkam Last longer-tahan lebih lama Leather-kulit Metal-logam Plug-palam Rubber-getah Shoe buckle-alat logam pada kasut untuk mengancing Strong-kuat Waterproof-kalis air

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher gets pupils to find out about the different types of materials shown to them and discuss the different types of materials for making different parts of the object. 2. Pupils are asked with several questions in generate the ideas on suggesting different types of materials to substitute those that are used in the objects shown. 3. Pupils in group discuss to give reason why particular materials are used to make the object. 4. Pupils record their findings and present it to the class.

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NATURAL AND MAN-MADE MATERIALS 1. Properties of materials. 1.4 Knowing the importance of reuse, reduce and recycle of materials in every day life. Give examples of natural materials Give examples of man-made materials State that man-made materials

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come from natural materials Appreciating the contribution of science and technology MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances PEKA : SPS 2 C1, C4 VOCABULARY conserve - memelihara natural material - bahan semula jadi man-made - bahan buatan reuse - guna semula recycle - kitar semula reduce - mengurangkan wood - kayu metal - logam cotton - kapas rubber - getah silk - sutera leather - kulit

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads pupils to make close observation and discover that there are natural and man-made materials around them. 2. Pupils discuss and classify materials around them into natural or man-made materials. 3. By using external resources or visiting school compound, pupils investigate natural materials such as rock, sand and soil, and relate them to their uses and origin. 4. Pupils find out more information using the internet or CD ROM as enrichment activities to improve their understanding. 5. Pupils takes notes on the topic and complete the exercises given correctly.

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REUSE, REDUCE AND RECYCLE 1. Properties of materials. 1.4 Knowing the importance of reuse, reduce and recycle of materials Give reasons why materials need to be conserved Practise reusing, reducing and

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recycling to conserve materials Being responsible Patriotism MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances PEKA : SPS 4 C1, C3,C4 VOCABULARY Address-alamat Cooked food-makanan yang dimasak Do not waste-jangan membazir Envelope-sampul surat Limited-terhad Plate-piring Reuse-guna semula Reduce-mengurangkan Recycle-kitar semula

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads discussion on recycling activities around pupils such as at school or through the mass-media. 2. Pupils discuss about recycling object and the amount of waste generated on Earth. 3. Pupils discuss among them the contents of the rubbish and implications of their actions. 4. Pupils discuss all things that can be reused, reduced in the amounts used, and recycled and different ways of conserving them. 5. Pupils list the things that can be reused and recycled. 6. Pupils carry out the recycle project in initiate a campaign to collect old newspaper or other old papers for recycling purposes.

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CONTENT TITLE LA LO LOC : : : : RUSTING 1. Properties of materials. 1.5 Understanding that some materials can rust Differentiate between a rusty object and a non-rusty object

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Identify objects that can rust Conclude that objects made from iron can rust Design a fair test to find out what factors cause rusting by deciding what to change, what to observe and what to keep the same Carry out the test and record the observations ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads pupils to examine and identify rust before allowing them explore the school surroundings. 2. Pupils discuss their findings on classifying rusty objects and non-rusty objects in comparing the characteristics. 3. Pupils make inferences about rusting materials by observing their surfaces and conclude the factors cause rusting. 4. Pupils in group carry out the experiment to find out the factors cause rusting. 5. Teacher leads pupil to make conclusion that iron needs air and moisture to rust. Communicating SANV Being diligent & Persevering Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances PEKA : SPS 6 - C1,C2, C3, C4 VOCABULARY Blister-lencur Coating-salutan Grease-gris Paint-cat Plating-menyadur Prevent-hindar Rusted-berkarat Rough-kasar

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RUSTING 1. Properties of materials. 1.6 Understanding that rusting can be prevented State the different ways to prevent objects from rusting Explain how these ways can prevent rusting Explain what it is necessary to prevent rusting

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils make inferences about rusting materials using their prior knowledge on the experiment done before. 2. Teacher leads pupils to discuss the different ways to prevent objects from rusting. 3. Pupils explore more information using CR ROM to generate their understanding on explaining how rusting can be prevented by coating, greasing, plating etc. 4. Pupils complete the exercises given as the enrichment activities.

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OUR SOLAR SYSTEM 1. The Solar System 1.1 Understanding the Solar System. List the constituents of the Solar System List the planets in the Solar System in a sequence State that planets move around the Sun

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads pupils to explore the simulation on Solar System using the CD ROM or by using the chart. 2. Pupils discuss among them on Solar System and list the constituents of the Solar System. 3. Pupils list the planets in the Solar System in a sequence. 4. Pupils discuss in their group to state that planets move around the Sun on their own path called orbit. 5. Pupils use the internet to get more information on Solar System. 6. Pupils compile pictures of planets in sequence from the Sun as their project activities.

SPS & CCTS / PEKA Observing & Sequencing Relating & Inferring Planning & Communicating SANV Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Chunks-ketulan Glowing-berkilau Oval-bujur Path-lorong Plane-satah Spin-putar Solar System - Sistem Suria Mercury - Utarid Venus - Zuhrah Earth - Bumi Mars - Marikh Jupiter - Musytari Saturn - Zuhal Uranus - Uranus Neptune - Neptun Pluto - Pluto

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HOW FAR AND HOW BIG 1. The Solar System 1.2 Understanding the relative size and distance between the Earth, the Moon and the Sun.. State the size of the Sun relative to the size of the Earth State the size of the Earth relative to the size of the Moon State the relative distance from the Earth to the Sun compares to the relative distance from the Earth to the Moon

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher leads the discussion by displaying the pictures of latest Moon landing or the space probe using the internet or CD ROM to stimulate pupils interest. 2. Teacher shows the computer simulation of the relative sizes of the Sun, the Moon, Earth and other planets in the Solar System. 3. Teacher shows the sago bead, the glass marble and the basket ball as to comparing the sizes of the Moon, Earth and the Sun. 4. Pupils discuss the analogy and draw the conclusions. 5. Teacher gets pupils to build the model as explained to compare the relative sizes and distances of the Sun and the Moon from Earth using the appropriate objects. 6. Pupils complete the exercises given as the enrichment activities.

SPS & CCTS Comparing, Relating & Making Analogy Mathematical Skills Discussion SANV Being confident and independent MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Basket ball-bola jaring Distance-jarak Glass-kaca Marble-marmar Scale-skala Size-saiz Orrey-model Sistem Suria sago - sagu support lives menyokong hidupan absence of water ketiadaan air

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PLANETS, PLANETS, HOW ARE YOU? 1. The Solar System 1.3 Appreciating the perfect placement of the planet Earth in the Solar System. State why certain planets are not conductive for living things Predict what will happen if the Earth is placed much nearer or farther from the Sun Conclude that the Earth is the only planet in the Solar System that has living things

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher plays the animation on MyCD to stimulate pupils interest in the Solar System. 2. Pupils discuss with teacher information about other planets in comparison to Earth. 3. Teacher leads pupils to discuss the connection between the condition on the planet is and its ability to support life. 4. Pupils discuss to make inferences and state why certain planets are not conductive for living things. 5. Pupils predict what will happen if the Earth is placed nearer or farther from the Sun. 6. Pupils conclude that the Earth is the only planet in the Solar System that has living things. 7. Pupils complete the exercises given.

SPS & CCTS / PEKA Comparing & Contrasting Making inferences Research skills Other skills SANV Appreciating the contribution of science and technology. Being thankful to God MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Atmosphere-atmosfera Heat-haba Position-kedudukan Support-menyokong Temperature-suhu

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SPS & CCTS Making Inferences Analyzing synthesising SANV Appreciating the contribution of science and technology Being systematic Being thankful to God MS ACTIVITIES : Use and handle 1. Teacher leads pupils to discuss the pictures on science apparatus and page 108 TB in generating pupils ideas on substances technology. VOCABULARY 2. Teacher asks pupils to name other examples of Detect-kesan what human beings can and cannot do. 3. Pupils carry out some investigation to test the Detector-alat pengesan limitations of their abilities such as Imagine-bayangkan memorizing telephone numbers without Overcome-mengatasi writing them down, touching the ceiling and reading from different distances. Unable-tidak 4. Pupils investigate the devices used to berupaya overcome some of the limitations of human Well hidden-tersorok beings (refer to page 110 TB). dengan baik 5. Pupils complete the exercises given. Peka Sms 1

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HUMANS LIMITATION 1. Technology 1.1 Understanding the importance of technology in every day life State that there are limitations to humans abilities to do things Identify devices used to overcome humans limitations Explain how certain devices are used to overcome humans limitations

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DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY 1. Technology 1.2 Understanding the development of technology. Give examples of development of technology Recognize the needs to innovate or invent device for the betterment of mankind

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher explains the development of technology in agriculture (refer to page 111 TB) and draw their attention to the devices used in the olden days to plough the paddy fields and compare them with modern tractors. 2. Teacher leads the discussion on the development of technology in communication using pictures/charts and some key concepts to guide the pupils through the major changes in land, water and air transport. 3. Pupils compare the developments in land, water and air transport by answering several questions related. 4. Pupils work in pairs to prepare a folio on one of the list of devices given on the page 117 TB. 5. Pupils present their findings to the class.

SPS & CCTS Comparing & Contrasting Visualizing Sequencing Synthesizing SANV Appreciating the contribution of science and technology Being systematic Patriotism Having interest & curiosity MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Comfortable-selesa Communicateberhubung Explorationpenerokaan Messages-isyarat Launched-dilancarkan Motorized-bermotor Replace-ganti Undergone-melalui Peka: Sps 2 : Classifying Sps 4: Communicating Sms 1

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SOLVING PROBLEMS 1. Technology 1.3 Synthesising how technology can be used to solve problems . Identify problems they encounter in their daily life Generate ideals to solve the problems identified Design a device to solve the problem identified Demonstrate how the device invented can be used to solve the problem identified.

ACTIVITIES : 1. Teacher asks pupils with several questions to gather information on the problem they encounter in school and at home in their daily lives. 2. Pupils discuss in their own group to identify one problem that they have to solve such as how to keep their money. 3. Pupils discuss to generate ideas to create devices to overcome problems identified. 4. Pupils design a device to solve the problem identified. 5. Group leader demonstrate how the device invented can be used to solve the problem identified.

SPS & CCTS Relating & Making Inferences Communicating Generating ideas SANV Appreciating the contribution of science and technology Being systematic Patriotism MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Device-alat Sharpen-mengasah Shortenmemendekkan Peka: -

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES 1. Technology 1.4 Analysing that technology can benefit mankind if used wisely State that technology has advantages and disadvantages Conclude that technology can benefit mankind if used wisely

ACTIVITIES : 1. Pupils read the dialogues on page 119 TB to generate the ideas on the topic. 2. Pupils discuss the advantages and disadvantages of technology in preparing the ideas for the debate. 3. Teacher gets pupils to organize the debate among them by divide the class into two groups. 4. Pupils discuss on the topic selected in their own group. 5. Pupils carry out the debate based on the topic The Plastic Bag; Give advantages or disadvantages using the ideas listed. 6. Teacher leads pupils to conclude why people use plastic and polystyrene containers for packaging nowadays. 7. Pupils complete the exercises given as the enrichment.

SPS & CCTS Relating Communicating Drawing conclusions SANV Being fair and just Patriotism MS Use and handle science apparatus and substances VOCABULARY Advantages-kebaikan Disadvantageskeburukan Harmful-memberikan kesan buruk/bahaya Improve quality of live-meningkatkan kualiti hidup Mankind-manusia Peka: Sps 2: Classifying Sps 4: Communicating Sms 4

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