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SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 2 January 2018 Tue

CLASS 3C CLASS SIZE 39 students

TIME 0740 – 0840 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (A)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
OUTCOME LEARNING
 Identify the structure of the lung

A student is able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
SUCCESS CRITERIA  Identify the structure of the lung

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The type of gas inhaled and exhaled from respiration

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation  Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Students were asked what do they


Step 1 : understand about respiration and breathing
Engagement  Teacher asked students how long have
(5 minutes) they been breathing and what happens to
the body while breathing
 Students observe the diagram and asked
Step 2: to draw the complete diagram without
Exploration labelling the organs and structures.
 Discuss the structure of human respiratory
(20 minutes) system

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and


remember the structure of human
Explanation respiratory system
(15 minutes)  Students remember the different words like
alveolus and alveoli, bronchus and bronchi
as singular and plural form so they will not
be confused.
 Students discuss and complete the Science Textbook
Step 4: exercises in workbook together with a (Human Respiratory System)
Elaboration partner. [Peer coaching]
(10 minutes)  Teacher guides the students when they
have difficulty in solving the problems.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ __________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 3 January 2018 Wed

CLASS 3D CLASS SIZE 32 students

TIME 0710 – 0810 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (A)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
OUTCOME LEARNING
 Identify the structure of the lung

A student is able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
SUCCESS CRITERIA  Identify the structure of the lung

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The type of gas inhaled and exhaled from respiration

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation  Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Students were asked what do they


Step 1 : understand about respiration and breathing
Engagement  Teacher asked students how long have
(5 minutes) they been breathing and what happens to
the body while breathing
 Students observe the diagram and asked
Step 2: to draw the complete diagram without
Exploration labelling the organs and structures.
 Discuss the structure of human respiratory
(20 minutes) system

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and


remember the structure of human
Explanation respiratory system
(15 minutes)  Students remember the different words like
alveolus and alveoli, bronchus and bronchi
as singular and plural form so they will not
be confused.
 Students discuss and complete the Science Textbook
Step 4: exercises in workbook together with a (Human Respiratory System)
Elaboration partner. [Peer coaching]
(10 minutes)  Teacher guides the students when they
have difficulty in solving the problems.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ __________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 3 January 2018 Wed

CLASS 3C CLASS SIZE 39 students

TIME 0910 – 1010 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (B)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
OUTCOME LEARNING
 describe the breathing mechanism

A student is able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
SUCCESS CRITERIA  describe the breathing mechanism

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The structure of human respiratory system

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


Worksheet
ABM
Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Teacher introduces the learning content


Step 1 : and learning standards. PowerPoint slide
Engagement  Definition of inhalation and exhalation are presentation
(5 minutes) given.

 Teacher shows slideshow presentation on


Step 2: process of inhalation and exhalation
Exploration  Students identify the word used to describe
and compare between inhalation and
(20 minutes) exhalation
 Students observe their body when they
inhale and exhale guided by teacher
Step 3:  Teacher shows the tasks and questions by
using Power Point presentation.
Explanation  Students have to give and explain the
(15 minutes) answer for each question. (randomly
choose by teacher)
 Teacher guides and give appropriate
explanations where necessary

 Students are given time to describe the


Step 4: breathing mechanism using their own
Elaboration method.
(10 minutes)  Each group has to come out the answers
by using I-think map.
 Teacher shows and discusses the answers
with students.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ _________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 3 January 2018 Wed

CLASS 3I CLASS SIZE 26 students

TIME 1030 – 1130 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (A)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
OUTCOME LEARNING
 Identify the structure of the lung

A student is able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
SUCCESS CRITERIA  Identify the structure of the lung

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The type of gas inhaled and exhaled from respiration

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation  Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Students were asked what do they


Step 1 : understand about respiration and breathing
Engagement  Teacher asked students how long have
(5 minutes) they been breathing and what happens to
the body while breathing
 Students observe the diagram and asked
Step 2: to draw the complete diagram without
Exploration labelling the organs and structures.
 Discuss the structure of human respiratory
(20 minutes) system

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and


remember the structure of human
Explanation respiratory system
(15 minutes)  Students remember the different words like
alveolus and alveoli, bronchus and bronchi
as singular and plural form so they will not
be confused.
 Students discuss and complete the Science Textbook
Step 4: exercises in workbook together with a (Human Respiratory System)
Elaboration partner. [Peer coaching]
(10 minutes)  Teacher guides the students when they
have difficulty in solving the problems.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ __________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 4 January 2018 Thu

CLASS 3I CLASS SIZE 26 students

TIME 0710 – 0810 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (B)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
OUTCOME LEARNING
 describe the breathing mechanism

A student is able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
SUCCESS CRITERIA  describe the breathing mechanism

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The structure of human respiratory system

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


Worksheet
ABM
Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Teacher introduces the learning content


Step 1 : and learning standards. PowerPoint slide
Engagement  Definition of inhalation and exhalation are presentation
(5 minutes) given.

 Teacher shows slideshow presentation on


Step 2: process of inhalation and exhalation
Exploration  Students identify the word used to describe
and compare between inhalation and
(20 minutes) exhalation
 Students observe their body when they
inhale and exhale guided by teacher
Step 3:  Teacher shows the tasks and questions by
using Power Point presentation.
Explanation  Students have to give and explain the
(15 minutes) answer for each question. (randomly
choose by teacher)
 Teacher guides and give appropriate
explanations where necessary

 Students are given time to describe the


Step 4: breathing mechanism using their own
Elaboration method.
(10 minutes)  Each group has to come out the answers
by using I-think map.
 Teacher shows and discusses the answers
with students.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ _______________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 4 January 2018 Thu

CLASS 3G CLASS SIZE 37 students

TIME 0910 – 1010 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (A)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
OUTCOME LEARNING
 Identify the structure of the lung

A student is able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
SUCCESS CRITERIA  Identify the structure of the lung

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The type of gas inhaled and exhaled from respiration

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation  Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Students were asked what do they


Step 1 : understand about respiration and breathing
Engagement  Teacher asked students how long have
(5 minutes) they been breathing and what happens to
the body while breathing
 Students observe the diagram and asked
Step 2: to draw the complete diagram without
Exploration labelling the organs and structures.
 Discuss the structure of human respiratory
(20 minutes) system

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and


remember the structure of human
Explanation respiratory system
(15 minutes)  Students remember the different words like
alveolus and alveoli, bronchus and bronchi
as singular and plural form so they will not
be confused.
 Students discuss and complete the Science Textbook
Step 4: exercises in workbook together with a (Human Respiratory System)
Elaboration partner. [Peer coaching]
(10 minutes)  Teacher guides the students when they
have difficulty in solving the problems.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ __________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 4 January 2018 Thu

CLASS 3C CLASS SIZE 39 students

TIME 1200 – 1300 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.2 Understanding the transport of oxygen in the human body

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 describe the diffusion of oxygen from the alveoli into the blood capillaries
OUTCOME LEARNING  describe the transport of oxygen by blood
 describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries into the cells

A student is able to:


 state the movement of oxygen from alveolus into blood capillary and
SUCCESS CRITERIA carbon dioxide from blood capillary to alveolus
 state what is oxyhemoglobin
 state the movement of oxygen in the body cells
STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:
KNOWLEDGE  inhalation and exhalation in breathing mechanism

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Teacher introduces the learning content PowerPoint slide


Step 1 : and learning standards. presentation, Science
Engagement  Definition of diffusion is given. textbook
(5 minutes)  A diagram of gas diffusion is shown.

 Teacher introduces the diffusion and


Step 2: transport of oxygen and also carbon
Exploration dioxide.
 Students observe the diagram in textbook
(20 minutes) and slideshow and discuss amongst
themselves.

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and Science Textbook


remember the transport of oxygen in blood
Explanation which is related also to Chapter 2.
(15 minutes)  Students write down notes and draw
simple diagram to help remember the
movement of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
 Teacher asks students what are the
Step 4: possibilities that happen to a person’s
Elaboration body when they faint or feel dizzy and
weak?
(10 minutes)
 Students elaborate that body needs
enough oxygen but also need transport
which is red blood cells which contain
haemoglobin

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ _______________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 5 January 2018 Fri

CLASS 3D CLASS SIZE 32 students

TIME 0910 – 1010 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (A)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
OUTCOME LEARNING
 Identify the structure of the lung

A student is able to:


 Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
SUCCESS CRITERIA  Identify the structure of the lung

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The type of gas inhaled and exhaled from respiration

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


 Worksheet
ABM
 Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation  Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Students were asked what do they


Step 1 : understand about respiration and breathing
Engagement  Teacher asked students how long have
(5 minutes) they been breathing and what happens to
the body while breathing
 Students observe the diagram and asked
Step 2: to draw the complete diagram without
Exploration labelling the organs and structures.
 Discuss the structure of human respiratory
(20 minutes) system

Step 3:  Teacher guide students to explain and


remember the structure of human
Explanation respiratory system
(15 minutes)  Students remember the different words like
alveolus and alveoli, bronchus and bronchi
as singular and plural form so they will not
be confused.
 Students discuss and complete the Science Textbook
Step 4: exercises in workbook together with a (Human Respiratory System)
Elaboration partner. [Peer coaching]
(10 minutes)  Teacher guides the students when they
have difficulty in solving the problems.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ __________________
SUBJECT SCIENCE DATE 5 January 2018 Fri

CLASS 3G CLASS SIZE 37 students

TIME 1030 – 1130 DURATION 1 hour

TOPIC CHAPTER 1 RESPIRATION

THEME MANAGEMENT AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.1 Analysing the human breathing mechanism (B)

At the end of the lesson, students are able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
OUTCOME LEARNING
 describe the breathing mechanism

A student is able to:


 describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
SUCCESS CRITERIA  describe the breathing mechanism

STUDENT’S PRIOR Students already learnt:


KNOWLEDGE  The structure of human respiratory system

ACTIVITIES As below

Creativity & innovation Science & technology


CROSS CURRICULUM Entrepreneurship Language Environmental
ELEMENT (EMK)
Edu Patriotism TMK Noble value

STEM IBSE

 Circle Map  Brace Map  Flow Map


KBAT / iTHINK  Double Bubble Map  Multi Flow Map  Bridge Map
 Tree Map  Bubble Map

Computer, textbook, reference book


Worksheet
ABM
Pictures related to topic
Mini white board & marker pen

 Worksheet  Written task  Observation Quiz


EVALUATION
 Oral Action/drama Homework  Project
LESSON PROGRESS LESSON ACTIVIES NOTES

 Teacher introduces the learning content


Step 1 : and learning standards. PowerPoint slide
Engagement  Definition of inhalation and exhalation are presentation
(5 minutes) given.

 Teacher shows slideshow presentation on


Step 2: process of inhalation and exhalation
Exploration  Students identify the word used to describe
and compare between inhalation and
(20 minutes) exhalation
 Students observe their body when they
inhale and exhale guided by teacher
Step 3:  Teacher shows the tasks and questions by
using Power Point presentation.
Explanation  Students have to give and explain the
(15 minutes) answer for each question. (randomly
choose by teacher)
 Teacher guides and give appropriate
explanations where necessary

 Students are given time to describe the


Step 4: breathing mechanism using their own
Elaboration method.
(10 minutes)  Each group has to come out the answers
by using I-think map.
 Teacher shows and discusses the answers
with students.

Step 5:  Students make the conclusion to evaluate


Evaluation their understanding on today lesson.
(10 minutes)

REFLECTION:

Signature of Senior Assistant: Signature of Principal:

________________________ _________________