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DAILY LESSON PLAN

Date : 23rd February 2010 / Tuesday


Time : 9.00 am – 10.00 am (1 hour)
Class : Year 5B
No. of pupils : 40 (21 boys, 19 girls)
Subject : Science
Theme : Investigating Living Things
Learning area : Survival of the species
Learning objectives : 1.3 Understanding food chains.
Learning outcome : 1. Identify animals and food they eat.
2. Classify animals into herbivore, carnivore and omnivore.
3. Construct food chain.
4. Identify producer.
5. Identify consumer.
Prior knowledge : • Pupils already know the animals and foods they eat.
Behavioural objectives : At the end of the lesson, pupils are able to:
1. State at least three animals and the food they eat correctly.
2. List at least three examples of animals into herbivore, carnivore and
omnivore correctly.
3. State which one producer in food chains is given correctly.
4. State which ones are consumer in food chains given correctly.
Teaching strategy/method : Role play
Science process skills : Classifying, predicting and Communicating, interpreting data.
Manipulative skills : -
TSTS (Thinking skills and thinking strategies) : Relating, analysing, generating ideas, Making Conclusions.
Scientific attitudes and values : Having critical and analytical thinking, dare to try, thinking rationally.
Noble values : Cooperative, kind hearted, thankful to god, love plants and animals, care the
environment.
Teaching and learning aids : ICT (slide show presentation), paper cards.
Safety precaution : During role play, pupils responsible for their own safety and not play with
friends.
Teaching and Learning Activities
Phase/Time Content/Concepts Remarks
Teacher Students
Orientation Example of food chain: Teacher shows picture of plants and Pupils concentrate on the picture. SPS:
(5 minutes) animals that connect together in food Predicting
• Leaves eaten by Deer, while chain.
Deer eaten by Tiger
Ask pupils to guess what are the Pupils try to guess the animals. TS:
animals in each picture base on the Making Conclusions
description given.

Teacher introduce for today’s topic.


Elicitation of Herbivore – deer Teacher shows few pictures of Pupils identify the animals in the SPS:
ideas animals and asks pupils to identify picture, identify its’ foods and classify Communicating,
(15 minutes) Carnivore – tiger its’ foods and classify it into it in it’s’ group. predicting.
herbivore, carnivore or omnivore.
Omnivore – chicken Teaching aids:
Questions: Expected answer: ICT (slide show
• Can you identify the animals in • Deer, tiger, chicken presentation).
this picture?
• What does the animal eats? • Grass, deer, worms
• This animal is herbivore,
carnivore or omnivore? • Herbivore, carnivore, omnivore.

Restructuring • Herbivore – animals that eat 1) Teacher explains about herbivore, Pupils concentrate to the teacher SPS:
of ideas plants only. carnivore and omnivore. explanation. Communicating
(15 minutes) • Carnivore – animals that eat only
other animals. 2) Teacher asks pupils to give Pupils concentrate to the teacher TS:
• Omnivore – animals that eat example of animals in each explanation by using slide show Relating, analysing
both plants and other animals. category. presentation.
Value:
• Producer – plant called producer 3) Teacher shows example how to Being Cooperative,
because it can produces its own construct food chain. honest
food.
4) Teacher explains about producer Teaching aids:
• Consumer – animal is called and consumer. ICT (slide show
consumer because they cannot presentation)
make their own food. 5) Teacher asks pupils to identify
consumer and producer in food
chains given.

Application of • Grass  grasshopper  frog  1) Teacher asks pupils to remain in Pupils remain at their seat. Value:
ideas bird their group. Cooperative.
(20 minutes) • Plants  mouse deer  fox
• Paddy plant  rat  snake  2) Teacher gives each group with Pupils remain in their groups and
eagle cards that contain name of plant and discuss to construct their own food
• Algae  tadpole  small fish animals. By using the cards, each chain and identify the producer and Teaching aids:
 big fish  predatory birds group will form a food chain. They consumer. Cards, paper
also identify the producer and
consumer.

3) Teacher asks pupils to present Pupils present their works with the
their group work. guidance of teacher.
Reflection Teacher asks chosen pupils to draw Pupils write animals and food they SPS:
(5 minutes) mind map of animals and food they eat in the mind maps at the Making conclusion
eat at the whiteboard. whiteboard.

Teacher gives food chains and asks


pupils to identify producer and Pupils identify producer and
consumer. consumer from food chains given.
Reflection:

Teacher Advisor Comments:

Lecturer Comment: