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Subject Date Theme Learning Area Learning Objective Learning Outcome

: Science : : Investigating Material : Acidic or Alkali

Year

: 5

: Understanding the properties of acidic, alkaline, and neutral substances. : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify at least 2 substance that are acidic, alkaline or neutral substances based on definition of characteristic correctly identify at least 1 taste of acidic, alkali, and neutral substances correctly.

Prior Knowledge

: Pupils have learnt about the taste of food substances and colour. Some food substances such as vinegar, baking powder, sugar and flour are quite familiar with pupils. Pupils have learnt about mixing the vinegar with baking powder in Year 3.

Scientific Skills (SS) and Thinking Skills (TS) Observing Predicting Relating Communicating Generating ideas Classifying Problem solving Scientific Attitude and Noble Values Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, Being confident and independent, Appreciating the contribution of science and technology. Having critical and analytical thinking. Appreciating balance of nature Be thankful to god. Resources / teaching and learning aids : Picture, textbook and worksheet.

Phases / Steps / Time

Content Students get rough view of the taste of some food.

Teaching And Learning Activity/ Strategy Teacher paste one picture that is very common to student. Teacher asked student to guess what the taste of food look like.

Remark Moral values : Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, SS and TS: Observing, communicating, relating. Teaching and learning aids: Picture

Orientation (5 minutes)

Lemon taste are very sour, that taste called acidic Teacher pastes another picture that can be student imagine the taste of that food. Teacher calls some students to pick one picture and paste it back at right column provided. Moral values : Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, Being responsible about the safety of the environment Being confident and independent, SS and TS: Generating idea, Observing, communicating, relating, Classifying Teaching and learning aids: Picture

Elicitation of idea (10 minutes)

Bitter taste ginseng and bitter gourd Sour taste orange and tamarind Salty taste common salt and salted fish Sweet taste sugar cane and ice cream Tasteless rice and mineral water. Acidic substance sour taste Alkaline substances bitter taste, soapy feel Neutral substances tasteless, sweet, salty Changes of litmus paper Acidic blue to red Alkaline red to blue Neutral remain unchanged Teacher correct the answer that student choose back before this Teacher explain the rational why teacher call the answer that wrong Teacher gives the definition of acidic, alkaline and neutral are. Teachers teach the function of litmus paper. Moral values : Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, Appreciating the contribution of science and technology. Having critical and analytical thinking. Appreciating balance of nature Be thankful to god. SS and TS: Generating idea, Observing, communicating, relating. Teaching and learning aids: Picture

Restructuring of idea (20 minutes)

Application of idea (20 minutes)

In mind map student should have Acidic substance sour taste - blue to red Alkaline substances bitter taste, soapy feel

Teacher asked student to write note in science note book. Make mind map of acidic, alkaline, or neutral?

Moral values : Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, Being confident and independent, Appreciating the

Neutral substances tasteless, sweet, salty - red to blue - remain unchanged

Make worksheet from work book

contribution of science and technology. Having critical and analytical thinking. Appreciating balance of nature Be thankful to god. SS and TS: Communicating and problem solving. Teaching and learning aids: Mind maps concept, worksheet

Reflection (5 minutes)

Teacher calls several students to state the taste of acidic, neutral and alkaline substances. Ask student to give another example

Moral values : Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment, Being confident and independent, SS and TS: communicating,generating ideas and relating,

Daily Lesson Plan

Date: Time: 9.00 a.m 10.00 a.m Class: Year 5 No. Of pupils: 45 Subject: Science Theme: Investigating Material Learning area: Acid and Alkali Leaning objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able how to test acid and alkaline using litmus paper and their properties. Learning outcome: Students 1) Identify acidic, alkaline and neutral substances using litmus paper. 2) State a concept about properties acid and alkali. Pre- requestion knowledge: Students are able state the taste some materials such as sour and bitter. Scientific skills: Scientific process skills: 1) Predict the materials that acidic, alkaline or neutral. 2) Classify the materials according their property whether they are acidic, alkaline or neutral. Manipulative skill: Use and handle the materials for investigation process. Thinking skills: 1) State the materials that acidic, alkaline or neutral 2) Classify the materials according their property whether acidic, alkaline or neutral. 3) Making their own concept about the property of materials Scientific attitudes and values: Be honest in gathering data. Teaching and learning resources: Litmus papers, beaker, detergent solution, vinegar solution, tap water, mango, medicine, tea, lotion, asam keping , detergent powder, lime, rice, toothpaste, orange juice. Assessments: Students verbal interaction, student problem solving and worksheet.

Safety precaution: Student should not taste the material that contain chemical substances such as lotion and detergent solution.

Detailed steps: Phase Contents Teaching and learning activities Teaching and learning aid Orientation Change of litmus colour paper Teacher make a demonstration how litmus papers can change their colour when dip in the colourless liquids Elicitation Properties of acidic, alkaline or neutral substances Students predict the property of materials in front of them and they need to investigate the property of materials that he had provided using litmus paper to determine whether they are acidic, alkaline or neutral by demonstrating infront the teacher. Restructuring ideas Properties of acidic, alkaline or neutral substances ( chemical properties) Students compare their prediction and their observation and their observation. Teacher poses them with conflict which is using the dry material that has property acid and alkali. When in dry they not change the colour of litmus paper, but when put a little bit of water they can change the colour of litmus paper. Application Effect of acid, alkaline and neutral Reflection Student making a simple mind map Thinking skills about the topic. Student will complete the exercise sheet that given to them. Students doing investigation on the Manipulative skills materials that they use in daily life/ Comparing Thinking skills Predicting Thinking skills Experimenting Manipulative skills Observation Manipulative skills

Name: _________________________________ Date: __________________ Learning objective: Understanding the properties of acidic, alkaline, and neutral substance. Identify acidic alkaline and neutral substances using litmus paper Identify the taste of acidic and alkaline food Conclude the properties of acidic, alkaline and neutral substances.

A. Classify the following substances into acidic, alkaline, and neutral substances. Put a tick () in the correct column.

Substance P Q R S T U V W

Acidic

Alkaline

Neutral

B.Complete the table


Substance Effect on litmus paper Red Toothpaste Sour milk (yogurt) Soap solution Cooking Oil Soft drinks B. Fill in the blanks with the correct words. Use the words given. blue acidic red sour neutral alkaline bitter no taste Blue Inference

1. Acidic substances change ________________ litmus paper to ______________. 2. Alkaline substances change ________________litmus paper to _______________. 3. _____________ substances do not have any effect on either blue or red litmus paper. 4. Lime juice is an _______________ substance and has a ________________ taste. 5. Toothpaste is an ______________ substance and has a _________________ taste. 6. Cooking oil is a ________________ substance and it has __________________. C. Group the following substances into acidic, alkaline, or neutral substances. DETERGENT VINEGAR BLEACH ICE Acidic substances SOAP SNOW TOOTHPASTE WATER Neutral substances

Alkaline substances

Attachments Materials used for the demonstration

Litmus paper

pH Chart

Beaker

Syampoo

Soap

Pineapple

Mineral water

Vinegar

Rice

Cocoa Fruit

Bicarbonate of Soda