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FORM 3 SCIENCE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page THEME: 1 MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE Learning Area: 1. Respiration Learning Area: 2. Blood circulation and transport Learning Area: 3. Excretion Learning Area: . Reproduction Learning Area: !. "ro#t$ THEME: 2 MATTER IN NATURE Learning Area: 1. Land and its rescources THEME:3 ENERGY IN LIFE Learning Area: 1. Electrictit% Learning Area: 2. "eneration o& electricit% THEME: 4 ASTRONOMY AND SPACE EXPLORATION Learning Area: 1. Stars and galaxies

Learning Area:

2. Space exploration

THEME:

MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE


1. RESPIRATION Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Observe the models or computer software to identify the structure of the human respiratory system which consists of the nasal cavity, trachea, bronchus, lungs, ribs, diaphragm and the intercostals muscles. Examine a model of a lung to identify the bronchus, bronchiole and alveolus. Build a functional model of the human respiratory system to show the relationship between the air pressure in the thoracic cavity and the exhalation. iscuss the breathing mechanism. Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! identify the structure of the human respiratory system, identify the structure of the lung, describe the process of inhalation and exhalation, describe the breathing mechanism. B*D1E1 B*D1E1 B+D1E1 B,D1E1 E'#de"s

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism.

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1.2 "nderstanding the transport of oxygen in the human body

#iew a video or computer software then gather and interpret data on $the following! a% diffusion of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood capillaries into the cells, b% transport of oxygen by the red blood cells in the form of oxyhaemoglobin. )ollect and interpret data on the following! a% substances that are harmful to the respiratory system, i.e. nicotine and tar *from the smo+e of cigarettes %, sulphur dioxide *from factories%, and carbon monoxide *from the smo+e of vehicles% and ha,e, b% effects of harmful substances such as toxin and carcinogen on the respiratory system. c% diseases of the respiratory system

A student is able to! & describe the diffusion of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood capillaries, & describe the transport of oxygen by blood. & describe the diffusion of from the blood capillaries into the cells A student is able to! -ist the substances which are harmful to the respiratory system. Explain the effects of pollutants on the respiratory system, -ist the diseases of the respiratory system, .ractice good habits to improve the /uality of air. All the above *& 0)(A. BOO1, .(E0E23A34O2% B1D1E1 B,D*E1 B,D*E1

1.' (ealising the importance of a healthy respiratory system

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Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es )arry out an activity to show the effects of smo+ing on the lungs 5old or visit an exhibition on the effects of smo+ing and diseases of the lungs. Brainstorm ideals on how to improve air /uality and put these ideas into practice.

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LEARNING AREA : 2 #LOOD CIRCULATION AND TRANSPORT


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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 2.1 "nderstanding the transport system in humans.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Observe and study models, computer software or videos on the structure of the heart and types of blood vessels *i.e. artery, circulatory system.% Examine a live specimen of a heart to identify its structure. iscuss the following! a% functions of the heart, b% characteristics of the blood vessels and their functions. )arry out and activity to compare and contrast oxygenated and deoxygenated and blood. 0timulate the flow of blood in the circulatory system in the transport of substances. 4nvite a medical officer to give a tal+ on 63a+ing )are of 7our 5eart.8

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to ! describe the circulatory system as a system of tubes with a pump and valves that ensure one&way flow of blood. state the function of the heart, identify the structure of the human heart. compare and contrast the structure of arteries, veins and capillaries. &relate the characteristics of the blood vessels to their functions, &compare and contrast oxygenated and deoxygenated blood, illustrate the path of blood flow in the circulatory system, &describe the role of the blood circulatory system in the transport of substances, &explain the importance of maintaining a healthy heart

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 2.2 Analysing the human blood.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es 4nvite physician to give a tal+ on the following! a% the constituents of blood, i.e. plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and their functions, b% the blood groups, i.e. A, B, AB and O, c% the compatibility between the blood group of the donor and that of the recipient, d% the importance of blood donation, e% the storage and handling of donated blood

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! state the constituents of blood and their functions, state the blood groups, match the blood group of the donor to that of the recipient, :ustify the importance of blood donation, describe how donated blood is stored and handled

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2.' Analysing the transport system in plants

Observe a wilted plant and discuss how it occurred. Examine the epidermis of a leaf under a microscope to identify the stomata. )arry out experiments to study the factors affecting the rate of transpiration. )arry out activities to study the following! a% transport of synthesi,ed food substances via the phloem, b% transport of water from roots to the leaves via the xylem. Examine cross&sections of root, stem and leaf to identify the location of xylem and phloem. iscuss the roles of transpiration in the transport of water and minerals.

A student is able to! describe how wilting occurs, describe what transpiration is, describe the function of stomata, identify the factors affecting the rate of transpiration, describe how the factors affect the rate of transpiration, describe the roles of transpiration, investigate the pathway of water in a cut stem using a suitable stains, identify the location of xylem and phloem, describe the functions of xylem and phloem. B,D2E* B-D,E1 B2D1E1

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,. E3CRETION Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es iscuss what excretion is. Examine models, charts, or view computer software to identify the excretory organs, i.e. s+in, lungs, and +idneys. iscuss the excretory products of each excretory organ, i.e. water, carbon dioxide, minerals, salt and urea. iscuss the importance of excretion. Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! Explain what excretion is, 4dentify the excretory organs in humans, 0tate the excretory products of each excretory organ, Explain the importance of excretion. B*D-E1 B1D*E1 B1D*E* B,D+E1 E'#de"s

Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es '.1 "nderstanding human excretion

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es '.2 Analysing the urinary system in human.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Examine models, charts or view computer software of the urinary system to identify the locations of +idneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra. )ollect and interpret data on the functions of the +idney. Examine a life specimen of a +idney to! a% describe the shape of the +idney, b% identify the components of the +idney, i.e. the cortex, medulla and pelvis. iscuss the following! a% the importance of the +idneys, b% living with +idney failure.

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! 4dentify the locations of +idneys and other parts of the urinary system, escribe the shape of the +idney, 4dentify the structures of the +idney. escribe the functions of the +idney, Explain the importance of maintaining healthy +idneys.

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es '.' Analysing excretion in plants.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es )ollect and interpret data on the following! a% the ways plants eliminate their excretory products, b% the excretory products of plants, i.e. carbon dioxide, water, and complex waste products.

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! describe the ways plants eliminate their excretory products, identify the excretory products of plants.

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 9.1 "nderstandi ng sexual and asexual reproductio n.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es iscuss the following! a% the importance and types of reproduction, b% the similarities and differences between sexual and asexual reproduction. "sing charts, diagrams, videos, or computer software to study the following! a% fertilisation, b% internal and external fertilisation, c% the various ways of asexual reproduction, ie. binary fission, budding, spore formation, vegetative reproduction and regeneration. iscuss and classify animals and plants according to how they reproduce.

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! 0tate the importance of reproduction. 0tate the types of reproduction, the similarities and differences between sexual and asexual reproduction. 0tate what fertilisation is, escribe internal and external fertilisation, )ompare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction, )lassify animals and plants according to their ways of reproduction.

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9.2 Analysing the male reproductiv e system.

4dentify the following parts of the male reproductive system with the help of charts, models, videos, or computer software! a% 3he sexual organs, ie. testes, and penis b% 3he other related parts ie. the scrotum, urethra, sperm ducts

A student is able to ! 4dentify the parts of the male reproductive system, escribe the function of the different parts of the male reproductive system, 0tate the role of sperm in reproduction, escribe the changes in male during puberty.

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es and prostate gland. iscuss the following ! a% 3he functions of the different parts of the male reproductive system. b% 3he role of sperm in reproduction . c% 3he physical, physiological and emotional changes in male during puberty.

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9.; Analysing fertilisation and pregnancy

iscuss the following with the help of diagram, charts, models, videos or computer software ! a% the location of implantation of embryo b% the development of ,ygote into an embryo and subse/uently into a foetus until birth.

A students is able to ! describe fertili,ation in human identify the location of implantation of embryo describe the development of a ,ygote into an embryo and subse/uently into a foetus until birth B,D16E1 B,D16E1

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 9.< "nderstanding the importance of pre&natal care

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Organise an exhibition or a multimedia presentation on the following! a% the importance of ta+ing nutritious food during pregnancy, b% the effects of smo+ing and the ta+ing of certain substances such as drugs and alcohol on the embryo and foetus

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! (elate the importance of ta+ing nutritious food to the health of both mother and foetus during pregnancy, Effect of smo+ing Explain the importance of avoiding the inta+e of substances that are harmful the foetus.

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9.= Evaluating the importance of research in human reproduction

)ollect and interpret data on the following ! c% the meaning of sterility, d% ways to overcome sterility, i.e. nutrition, hormone treatment, surgery and in vitro fertili,ation *4#?%, e% birth control, i.e. rhythm method, the use of condom, contraceptive pills, intra&uterine contraceptive device *4") %, spermicides, vasectomy and ligation. ebate on birth control and its effects on society. iscuss the importance of research on human reproduction.

A student is able to! state the meaning of sterility, describe ways to overcome sterility, describe the methods of birth control, present argument against the abuse of birth control and its effects on the community, explain the importance of research on human reproduction. B,D16E* B,D16E* B+D2E1 B+D2E1

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 9.> Analysing the sexual reproduction system of flowering plants

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Examine flowers to identify the following parts! a. petal and sepal, b. the male part, i.e. the stamen which consist of the filament, anther and pollen grains, c. the female part, i.e. the pistil which consists of the stigma, style, ovary and ovules.

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! identify the different parts of a flower, identify the male and female reproductive parts of a flower, identify the male and female gametes, describe the functions of the male and female reproductive parts of a flower in sexual reproduction.

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"se a microscope or hand -ens to observe the following! a. the cross&section and longitudinal section of an ovary to identify the ovules, b. pollen grains. iscuss the functions of the following! a. flowers in reproduction, b. male reproductive parts of the flower, c. female reproductive parts of the flower.
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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 9.@ Analysing pollination.

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iscuss the following with the help of models, charts, videos or computer software! a% pollination, b% types of pollination c% similarities and differences of self& pollination and cross& pollination, d% advantages of cross& pollination, e% uses of cross&pollination in agriculture. )arry out an activity to study the various types of flowers to identify their pollinating agent

A student is able to! describe what pollination is, relate the characteristics of flowers to their agents of pollination, B*D5E1 B2D*E1

state the types of pollination, compare and contrast self& pollination and cross& pollination, explain the advantages of cross& pollination, explain with the examples the uses of cross&pollination in agriculture.

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9.1A "nderstanding the development of fruits and seeds in plants.

"se a microscope to observe the development of pollen tubes in different percentage of sucrose solution * ;B & 1A B % raw annotated diagrams of the following! d. the fertilisations process in plants, e. the formation of fruits and seeds iscuss the following! a. the location where fertilisations occurs in flower b. fertilisation in plants c. formation of fruits and seeds

A student is able to ! identify the location where fertilisation occurs in flower, describe fertilisation in plants, describe the formation of fruits and seeds.

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.11 S%nt$esising t$e concept o& ger'ination o& seeds

(issect a seed A student is a,le to: longitudinall% and identi&% its structure using identi&% t$e structure o& a #4D&E3 $and lens or 'icroscope. seed #4D&E3 explain t$e &unctions o& )ollect and interpret data t$e di&&erent parts o& a on t$e &ollo#ing: seed descri,e t$e p$%sical a* &unctions o& t$e c$anges o& seedlings di&&erent parts o& a seed + during ger'ination i.e + t$e e',r%o -radicle+ 'a0e $%pot$eses on t$e plu'ule and cot%ledons* condition re/uired &or t$e and testa+ protected ,% t$e ger'ination o& seeds pericarp -&ruit #all* #&D4E1 design an experi'ent to stud% t$e condition ,* p$%sical c$anges o& re/uired &or t$e seedlings in ter's o& t$e ger'ination o& seeds de.elop'ent o& radicle + carr% out t$e experi'ent plu'ule and cot%ledon. to stud% t$e condition re/uired &or t$e )arr% out s'all group ger'ination o& seeds discussions to: dra# conclusions on t$e condition re/uired &or t$e a* identi&% t$e .aria,les ger'ination o& seeds related to t$e ger'ination o& seeds ,* &or'ulate $%pot$eses a,out t$e conditions re/uired &or t$e ger'ination o& seeds. #&D4E1 (esign and carr% out experi'ents to deter'ine t$e conditions re/uired &or t$e ger'ination o& seeds.

THEME:

MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING AREA: &* GROWTH S.gge30e - 4eek Week


1&%1! 14-11 APR 21-2& APR

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 !.1 Anal%sing t$e pattern o& $u'an gro#t$

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* c$aracteristics used to 'easure gro#t$ rate suc$ as $eig$t and #eig$t. ,* 'eaning o& gro#t$ 12

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to:

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#2D2E1 descri,e #$at gro#t$ is #3D1&E2 identi&% t$e c$aracteristics used to 'easure #4D!E1 gro#t$ rate

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S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 c* gro#t$ pattern in 'ale and &e'ale d* e&&ects o& nutrition on t$e de.elop'ent o& p$%sical and 'ental #ell ,eing o& c$ildren )arr% out acti.ities to interpret t$e gro#t$ cur.e &or 'ale and &e'ale &ro' in&anc% to adult$ood

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 anal%se t$e gro#t$ cur.e &or 'ale and &e'ale co'pare and contrast ,et#een t$e gro#t$ rate in 'ale and &e'ale descri,e t$e e&&ects o& nutrition on t$e gro#t$ in c$ildren

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THEME: MATTER IN NATURE LEARNING AREA: 1. LA1( A1( 23S RESO4R)E WEE9
Week 1$%11 21-"2 MEI "&-"2 MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 Anal%sing t$e .arious 'inerals &ound in t$e Eart$ crust

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 (iscuss #$at a 'ineral is )ollect and interpret data on t$e .arious t%pes o& 'inerals t$at exist in t$e Eart$ crust: a* natural ele'ents i.e gold and sil.er+ ,* natural co'pounds i.e oxides+ car,onates+ sulp$ides and silicates. (iscuss and identi&% t$e ele'ents in a &e# natural co'pounds. )arr% out acti.ities to stud% t$e &ollo#ing : a* $ardness o& 'inerals ,* solu,ilit% o& 'inerals in #ater+ c* t$e e&&ect o& $eat on so'e 'etal car,onates+ oxides and sulp$ides. Brainstor' and discuss t$e &ollo#ing : a* exa'ples o& 'etals ,* exa'ples o& non5 'etals. )arr% out acti.ities to stud% t$e reaction o& so'e

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at a 'ineral is+ explain t$roug$ exa'ples t$at 'inerals exist in t$e &or' o& natural ele'ents or natural co'pounds+ identi&% t$e ele'ents in natural co'pounds+ descri,e t$e properties o& 'inerals+ #rite e/uations in #ords to s$o# t$e e&&ect o& $eat on t$e 'inerals.

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1.2 4nderstanding t$e reactions ,et#een 'etals and non5 'etals.

A student is a,le to: state exa'ples o& 'etal and non5 'etals. (escri,e t$e reactions ,et#een 'etals and non5 1'

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'etals+ i.e 'agnesiu'+ alu'iniu'+ 6inc and iron #it$ t$e &ollo#ing non5 'etals: a* ox%gen ,* sulp$ur

'etals+ 7rite e/uations in #ords &or t$e reaction ,et#een 'etals and non5 'etals. State t$at 'etals react #it$ non5 'etals at di&&erent rate.

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1.3 4nderstanding silicon co'pounds

)ollect and interpret data on silicon co'pounds t$at exist in t$e &or' o& silica and silicate. )arr% out acti.ities to stud% t$e properties o& silica and silicate as &ollo#s8 a* solu,ilit% in #ater+ ,* reaction #it$ $%droc$loric acid+ c* e&&ects o& $eat. 9isit &actories to learn a,out t$e process o& 'a0ing glass+ cera'ic+ electronic c$ips and &i,re optics. (iscuss t$e uses o& silicon co'pounds in our dail% li&e. )ollect and interpret data on calciu' car,onate. )arr% out acti.ities to stud% t$e &ollo#ing: a* t$e properties o& calciu' car,onate in ter's o& its reaction #it$ acid+ solu,ilit% in #ater and t$e e&&ects o& $eat+ ,* t$e &or'ation o& calciu' oxide -/uic0li'e* and calciu' $%droxide -sla0ed li'e*. (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* uses o& calciu' co'pounds+ i.e. calciu' car,onate+

A student is a,le to: state t$e di&&erent &or's o& silicon co'pounds+ state exa'ples o& silica+ state exa'ples o& silicate+ relate t$e properties o& silicon co'pounds to t$eir sta,ilit%+ explain t$roug$ exa'ples t$e uses o& silicon co'pounds in our dail% li&e. #1D&E1

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1. Anal%sing calciu' co'pounds.

A student is a,le to: state t$e ele'ents in calciu' car,onate+ identi&% t$e .arious &or's o& calciu' car,onate+ descri,e t$e properties o& calciu' car,onate+ #rite e/uations in #ords &or t$e reactions o& calciu' car,onate+ descri,e t$e &or'ation o& calciu' oxide and calciu' $%droxide a* relate t$e properties o& calciu' co'pounds to t$eir uses 19 #1D!E1

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1.! Anal%sing natural &uel resources and t$eir i'portance.

calciu' oxide and calciu' $%droxide+ ,* properties o& calciu' co'pounds #it$ re&erence to t$eir uses. Access #e,sites or .isit PE3ROSA21S+ 1ational Science )entre or an oil re&iner% to collect in&or'ation on t$e &or'ation o& natural &uel resources &ound in Mala%sia. )arr% out an acti.it% to stud% &ractional distillation o& petroleu'. (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* c$aracteristics and uses o& t$e .arious &ractions o& petroleu'+ ,* contri,utions o& petroleu' and natural gas industr% to t$e econo'ic de.elop'ent o& our countr%+ c* e&&icient #a%s o& using petroleu' and ot$er natural &uel resources.

A student is a,le to: list t$e natural &uel resources+ explain t$e &or'ation o& natural &uel resources+ descri,e t$e &ractional distillation o& petroleu' descri,e t$e c$aracteristics o& t$e .arious &ractions &ro' t$e &ractional distillation o& petroleu'+ descri,e t$e uses o& t$e .arious &ractions o& petroleu'+ explain t$e contri,utions o& petroleu' and natural gas industr% to t$e econo'ic de.elop'ent o& our countr%+ generate ideas on $o# to use natural &uel resources e&&icientl%.

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12 % 2" PEPERI9SAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN 12-11 MEI

THEME: ENERGY IN LIFE LEARNING AREA: 1* ELECTRICITY

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21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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1.2 4nderstanding electricit%

)ollect and interpret data on t$e sources o& electrical energ% used in e.er%da% li&e. =)arr% out an acti.it% to o,ser.e t$e &lo# o& electric current using a 9an de "ra&& generator and a gal.ano'eter. (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* ,* c* d* e* electricit%+ current+ .oltage+ resistance+ directions o& current and electron &lo# in an 1<

A student is a,le to: gi.e exa'ples o& sources o& electrical energ% used in e.er%da% li&e+ state #$at electric cit% is+ state #$at .oltage is+ state #$at resistance is+ descri,e t$e directions o& current and electron &lo# in an electric circuit.

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S.gge30e - 4eek Week


21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor electric circuit.

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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1.3 Appl%ing t$e understanding o& 'easuring electricit%

)ollect in&or'ation and carr% out a 'ulti'edia presentation on t$e disco.er% o& t$e unit &or : i* )urrent i.e a'pere ii* 9oltage i.e .olt iii* Resistance i.e o$' Exa'ine t$e instru'ents and discuss its uses &or 'easuring i* )urrent 1=

A student is able to:

2denti&% t$e instru'ent &or 'easuring current. 2denti&% t$e instru'ent &or 'easuring .oltage State t$e unit o& current State t$e unit o& .oltage State t$e unit o& resistance Measure t$e electric current in an electric

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21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor ii* 9oltage

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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circuit Measure t$e .oltage in an electric circuit

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Asse',le an electric circuit and 'easure it current and .oltage

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CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

Week
23 % 24 23-2$ UN

1. S%nt$esising t$e relations$ip ,et#een

(esign and carr% out an experi'ent to stud% t$e &ollo#ing : a* e&&ects o& t$e c$ange in 1>

A student is a,le to: design an experi'ent to stud% t$e relations$ip #&D!E1

S.gge30e - 4eek Week


21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor resistance on current+ ,* e&&ects o& t$e c$ange in .oltage on current+ (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* relations$ip ,et#een .oltage + current and resistance+ ,* O$'<s La#

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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current+ .oltage and resistance.

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,et#een resistance and current+ carr% out t$e experi'ent to stud% t$e relations$ip ,et#een resistance and current+ descri,e t$e e&&ects o& t$e c$ange in resistance on current+ design an experi'ent to stud% t$e relations$ip ,et#een .oltage and current+ carr% out t$e experi'ent to stud% t$e relations$ip ,et#een .oltage and current+ descri,e t$e e&&ect o& t$e

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S.gge30e - 4eek Week


21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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c$ange in .oltage on current+ state O$'<s La#

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S.gge30e - 4eek Week


21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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Week

1.; 0ynthesising the concept of parallel and series circuit

Catch the components found in an electric circuit to their symbols. raw the following circuit diagrams and assemble the circuits! a% a complete circuit, b% a series circuit, c% a parallel curcuit. iscuss the similarities and differences between a series circuit and a parallel circuit with the help of illustrations.

A student is able to! 4dentify the components of an electric circuit and their symbols, raw a diagram of a complete circuit, Build a complete electric circuit, Build a series circuit, Build a parallel circuit, )ompare and contrast the arrangement of components in a series circuit and a parallel circuit. B*D1,E1

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21

S.gge30e - 4eek Week


21 % 22 2!-2$ MEI

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 1.1 4nderstanding electrostatics.

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 )arr% out t$e &ollo#ing acti.ities : a* producing static electrical c$arges in 'aterials t$roug$ &riction+ ,*detecting static electrical c$arges using an electroscope+ c*: o,ser.ing #$at $appens #$en t#o o,;ects #it$ t$e sa'e or opposite c$arges are ,roug$t near to eac$ ot$er and 'a0ing conclusions a,out static electrical c$arges. :(iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* #$at electrostatics is ,* t%pes o& static electrical c$arges c* properties o& static electrical c$arges d* exa'ples o& 'aterial t$at are easil% c$arged+ i.e. acetate and pol%t$ene e* e.er%da% p$eno'ena related to static electrical c$arges+ e.g. lig$tning &* sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ electrical c$arges+ e.g. t$e use o& lig$tning conductor

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: descri,e #$at electrostatics is+ state t$e t%pes o& static electrical c$arges+ state t$e properties o& static electrical c$arges descri,e $o# static electrical c$arges can ,e produced in so'e 'aterials+ descri,e #a%s to detect static electrical c$arges+ explain e.er%da% p$eno'ena caused ,% static electrical c$arges+ state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en dealing #it$ static electricit%

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1.< Analysing current, voltage and resistance in a series circuit.

)arry out activities to study current, voltage and resistance in a series circuit. iscuss the advantage and disadvantage of a series circuit.

A student is able to! describe the current flowing through the components in a series circuit, decribe the voltages across the components in a series circuit, describe the resistance in a series circuit , explain the advantages and the disadvantage of a series circuit.

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22

Week
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1.= Analysing current, voltage and resistance in a parallel circuit.

C !!7 (ut &t#'#t#es t( stud7 t8e &u!!e"t9 '(0t ge "d !ess#st "&e #" : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t. D#s&uss t8e ;(00(w#"g: o d' "t ge "d d#s d' "t ge (; : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t o s#)#0 !#t#es "d d#;;e!e"&es $etwee" se!#es "d : ! 00e0 &#!&u#ts #" te!)s (; &u!!e"t9 '(0t ge "d !es#st "&e .

A stude"t #s $0e t(: des&!#$e t8e &u!!e"t ;0(w#"g t8!(ug8 t8e &():("e"ts #" : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t 9 des&!#$e t8e '(0t ge &!(ss t8e &():("e"ts #" : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t. Des&!#$e t8e !es#st "&e #" : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t9 E<:0 #" t8e d' "t ges "d t8e d#s d' "t ge (; : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t 9 C(): !e "d &("t! st se!#es &#!&u#t "d : ! 00e0 &#!&u#t #" te)s (; &u!!e"t 9 '(0t ge "d !es#st "&e.

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Week 1.> "nderstanding magnetism. C !!7 (ut t8e ;(00(w#"g &t#'#t#es : o use #!(" ;#00#"gs t( stud7 t8e ) g"et#& ;#e0d (; $ ! ) g"et9 o =use &(): ss t( :0(t t8e d#!e&t#("s (; t8e ) g"et#& ;#e0d. D#s&uss t8e ;(00(w#"g: 1 ) g"et#& ;#e0d9 $1 !e0 t#("s8#: $etwee" ) g"et#& ;#e0d 0#"es "d st!e"gt8 (; ) g"et#& ;#e0d. Stud7 "d d#s&uss t8e use (; ) g"et #" &(): ss.
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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 1.@ "nderstanding electromagnetis m.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es D)arry out an activity to study the magnetic field produced by a straight wire carrying electric current. iscuss the meaning of a% electromagnetism, b% electromagnet.

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! relate the current flow through a conductor with magnetism, describe what an electromagnet is.

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2$% 21 21-1 OGOS

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2.1 "nderstanding the generation of electrical energy

Explore websites or visit a power station to collect and interpret data on the following! a% various types of generators, i.e. thermal, hydroelectric, diesel, nuclear and gas turbine, b% generation of electrical energy in various types of power stations, c% D alternative sources of energy, e.g. solar energy and biomass. iscuss the similarities and differences in the generation of electrical energy in various types of power stations. )arry out an activity on the utili,ation of solar energy using devices such as solar box or solar cell *photovoltaic cell%

A student is able to! -ist the various types of generators, escribe the generation of electrical energy in various types of power stations, )ompare and contrast the generation of electrical energy in various types of power stations, Eive examples of alternative sources of energy. B1D>E1

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LEARNING AREA : 2* GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY

29

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 2.2 "nderstanding transformer

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Build a simple transformer and study its physical structure. )arry out an activity to show the function of the simple transformer. )ollect and interpret data on the wor+ing principle of a step&up transformer and step&down transformer. iscuss step&up and step&down transformer in terms of! a% similarities and differences b% their uses in the transmission and distribution of electricity

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able! 4dentify the different parts of a transformer, escribe how a transformer wor+s, )ompare and contrast a step& up transformer and a step& down transformer, escribe the roles of transformer in the transmission and distribution of electricity.

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22%3" 4-1& OGOS

2.' Analysing the electricity transmission and distribution system

Observe a model or a chart and discuss the electrical transmission and distribution system which includes the 2ational Erid 2etwor+, transformer stations, switch ,one, main sub&station and its branches. )ollect and interpret data on the 2ational Erid 2etwor+ in Calaysia.

A student is able! Arrange in order the components in the electricity transmission and distribution system, escribe the functions of the components in the electricity transmission and distribution system, escribe how electricity is transmitted and distributed from power stations to consumers.

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S.gge30 e- 4eek Week

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2. 4nderstanding )ollect and interpret data on A student is a,le to: t$e electrical suppl% electrical energ% suppl% at and #iring s%ste' $o'e. State t$e .alue o& t$e 'ain at $o'e .oltage+ Stud% and discuss t$e State t$e t%pes o& current+ &ollo#ing: 2denti&% t$e t%pe o& electric a* electrical #iring current supplied to s%ste' at $o'e $o'es+ including &use ,ox+ State t$e t%pes o& electrical 'ains s#itc$+ circuit #iring+ ,rea0er+ li.e #ire+ 2denti&% t$e parts in an neutral #ire+ eart$ electrical #iring s%ste'+ #ire and electric (escri,e t$e &unctions o& 'eter+ t$e parts o& an electrical ,* international colour #iring s%ste'+ code. (escri,e t$e #iring in a 35 pin plug )arr% out an acti.it% to: a* stud% t$e structure and design o& a 35pin plug+ ,* co'plete t$e #iring o& a 35pin plug.

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S.gge30e4eek Week

Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 2.! Anal%sing t$e cost o& electrical energ% usage.

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Exa'ine .arious $one A student is a,le to: appliances to collect and interpret data on t$e po#er+ State t$e po#er and .oltage and current ratings+ .oltage rating o& $o'e electrical appliances )alculate t$e a'ount o& current &lo#ing t$roug$ $o'e electrical appliances. (iscuss t$e relations$ip ,et#een electrical energ% usage+ po#er and ti'e )arr% out a $o'e electrical energ% usage audit to deter'ine t$e cost o& electrical energ% per 'ont$ 2< )alculate t$e a'ount o& current &lo#ing t$roug$ an electrical appliance: Recall t$e relations$ip ,et#een electrical energ% usage + po#er and ti'e Sol.e pro,le' ,% calculating t$e cost o& electricit% used #3D2&E1

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Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 2.> 4nderstanding t$e &unctions o& &use and eart$ #ire

S.gge30e- Lea'()(g A/0)7)0)e3 (iscuss t$e &ollo#ing: a* t%pes o& &uses ,* ratings o& &uses c* &unction o& &use in electrical #iring s%ste' d* t$e role o& eart$ #ire in electrical #iring s%ste' )arr% out an acti.it% to stud% t$e occurrence o& a s$ort circuit )arr% out acti.ites to deter'ine t$e suita,le ratings o& &uses &or di&&erent electrical appliances

Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: identi&% t$e t%pes o& &uses state t$e ratings o& &uses desri,e t$e &unction o& &use in electrical #iring s%ste' deter'ine t$e suita,le rating o& a &use &or an electrical appliance descri,e t$e role o& eart$ #ire in electrical #iring s%ste'+

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Lea'()(g O56e/0)7e3 2.= E.aluating i'portance sa&et% precaution t$e use electricit%

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Lea'()(g O.0/,8e3 A student is a,le to: state t$e sa&et% 'easures to ,e ta0en #$en using electricit%. descri,e t$e steps to ,e ta0en #$en accidents in.ol.ing electricit% occur+ ;usti&% t$e need &or $a.ing sa&et% precautions and sa&et% &eatures at $o'e to pre.ent electrical accidents.

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)ollect and interpret data on t$e t$e &ollo#ing: o& a* causes o& electrical accidents+ in ,* steps to ,e ta0en i& o& electrical accidents occur+ c* sa&et% &eatures at $o'e t to pre.ent electrical accidents.

(iscuss t$e need to ta0e sa&et% precautions #$en using electricit%

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2.? )ollect and interpret data A student is a,le to: E.aluating t$e a,out acti.ities t$at cause i'portance o& electricit% #astage. identi&% t$e acti.ities t$at conser.ing cause electricit% #astage+ electricit% (iscuss t$e #a%s to conser.e electricit%. descri,e #a%s to conser.e electricit%+ )arr% out a pro;ect on energ% e&&icienc%. ;usti&% t$e needs &or (iscuss and ;usti&% t$e needs &or conser.ing electricit%. Brainstor' t$e pro,le's &aced ,% t$e countr% i& t$ere #as a s$ortage o& electricit%. conser.ing electricit%+ predict pro,le's our countr% #ould &ace i& t$ere #as a s$ortage o& electricit%.

THEME:

ASTRONOMY AND SPACE E3PLORATION


1. STARS AND GALA3IES Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es )ollect and interpret data on the following! a% )haracteristics of the 0un i.e. si,e, mass, density relative to the Earth and surface temperature. b% 0tructures of the 0un i.e the corona, chromosphere and photosphere. c% .henomena occurring at the surface of the 0un i.e prominences, flares and sunspots. d% Effects of the phenomena on the surface of the 0un on Earth. e% Eeneration of energy by the 0un. iscuss the following a% 3he definition of a star, b% 3he 0un as a star #isit the 2ational .lanetarium or 2ational 0cience )entre to collect and Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! escribe the characteristics of the sun 4dentify the structures of the 0un. 4dentify the phenomena occurring on the surface of the 0un. Explain the effects of the phenomena on the surface of the 0un on Earth 0tate how energy is generated by the 0un E'#de"s

LEARNING AREA:
Suggested week

Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 1.1 Analy,ing the 0un.

Week
31 11-22 OGOS

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1.2 "nderstanding the stars and the galaxies in the "niverse

A student is able to! efine what a star is 4dentify the 0un as a star, 4dentify the bright stars in the s+y B*D14E1 B,D*+E* B,D*+E* B,D*+E*

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Suggested week

Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es interpret data on the following! a% Bright stars such as the 0irius and (igel. b% 3he 0un as a star, c% #arious types of stars based on temperature, si,e and brightness, d% ?ormation of stars, e% eath of stars leaving behind the white dwarf, neutron star and the blac+ hole, f% 3ypes of galaxies i.e. elliptical, spiral and irregular, g% 3he Cil+y Fay, h% 3he "niverse 3a+e part in star watch activities. #iew computer software or videos to gather information about the topics in this learning area.

Le !"#"g Out&()es )ompare and contrast the stars based on certain characteristics, escribe the formation of stars, escribe the death of stars, 0tate the types of galaxies, escribe the Cil+y Fay, escribe the universe, 0tate the position of the 0olar 0ystem in the "niverse

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 1.' 3han+ful for the existence of the "niverse as a gift from Eod.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es Frite a poem or hai+u about the uni/ueness, orderliness, beauty and harmony of the "niverse as a sign of the glory of Eod. iscuss the following! a% 3he expanse of the universe, b% All that exists in the "niverse is not permanent, c% 3he importance of the 0un and the Coon to life on Earth

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A student is able to! Appreciate the uni/ueness, orderliness, beauty and harmony in the "niverse as a sign of the glory of Eod. escribe the expanse of the "niverse compared to Earth, 0tate that all that exists in the "niverse is not permanent, Explain the importance of the 0un and the Coon to life on Earth.

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LEARNING AREA : *. SPACE E3PLORATION


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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es 2.1 "nderstanding developments in the field of

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es 0urf the internet, visit the .lanetarium or the 2ational 0cience )entre to collect and interpret data on the

Le !"#"g Out&()es A student is able to! describe the developments in the field of astronomy,

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Le !"#"g O$%e&t#'es astronomy and space exploration.

Suggested Le !"#"g A&t#'#t#es following! a% developments in the field of astronomy, b% applications of technology related to space exploration and astronomy, e.g. remote sensing, c% developments in space exploration, e.g. launching of roc+ets, satellites, probes as well as manGs landing on the Coon. ebate on the need to continue space exploration. )arry out a multimedia presentation on the developments in the field of astronomy and space exploration.

Le !"#"g Out&()es describe the developments in space exploration, explain with examples the applications of technology related to space exploration and astronomy, :ustify the need to continue space exploration.

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