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YEARLY LESSON PLAN SCIENCE FORM ONE 2019


SMK KOTA KEMUNING

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 1 Theme 1; 1.1.1 Discuss daily life activities that lead to the VLE notes
Scientific relate daily activities to Science. definition of Science. Bubble 2
2/1-4/1 Methodology map
1.1.2 Science as a discipline that involves
1.1 generalise the meaning of systematic observation and experiments on 2
Science is Science natural phenomena. VLE notes
part of daily
life 1.1.3 Brainstorm ideas using concept maps such 2
summarise the importance of as iThink concerning:
science in everyday life the importance of science in
understanding ourselves and the
1.1.4 environment to admire God's creations. 2
describe the fields of Science. fields of science and examples of field of
science such as zoology, astronomy,
1.1.5 microbiology, geology, physiology, botany, 2
communicate about careers in engineering, pharmacology, oceanography,
Science. forensics etc.
careers in the field of science 4
1.1.6 subjects to be learnt for a chosen career.
relate subjects to be studied studied with science careers of interest.
with science careers of interest.
Group discussions and multimedia 2
1.1.7 presentations on examples of innovation in
describe innovation in technology to solve problems in daily life.
technology.

Week 2 1.2 1.2.1 Carry out activities based on the following: VLE notes
Your science identify and state functions of apparatus commonly used in 18
7/1-11/1 the apparatus laboratories.
laboratory
symbols and examples of hazardous
1.2.2 materials in the laboratory.
identify symbols and examples classification based on self-selected 6
of hazardous materials in the criteria and then present the results in a
laboratory. group discussion.
Bubble
1.2.3 Group discussion and presentation of the map
draw and label apparatus following : Flow map 6
commonly used in the labarotary rules
laboratory and classify based security measures
on how it is used measures to prevent fires
action to be taken in the event of an
1.2.4 accident in the laboratory such as exposed
justify the regulations and safety / ingested chemicals, cuts and inhaling 2
measures in the laboratory. toxic gas.

Discuss and suggest the use of suitable


apparatus in carrying out an experiment, to
save time and material.

The importance of practising caution and

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care to ensure one’s safety and the safety


of others should be emphasised.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 3 1.3 1.3.1 Measure physical quantities of length, Bubble 5


Physical identify and use the correct mass, time, electric current and map
14/1- units for different physical temperature. Take note of values and units
quantities and
18/1 quantities. used in the specification and labels of
their units products.
1.3.2 7
identify the symbols and values Collect and interpret data about symbols
of prefixes use in measurement and values of symbols for prefixes of nano-
, micro-, mili_, centi_, kilo_, mega_, giga _.
1.3.3 5
convert base quantity units for Solve problems of conversion of base
mass, length and time such as quantity units.
grams to kilograms, centimeters
to meters, seconds to hours and Appreciate the effort of experts in creating
vice versa. S.I. units (Système International d'Unités)
to facilitate international understanding. 2
1.3.4
justify the importance of the use Carry out a multimedia presentation to
of S.I. units in daily life. show the implications of using inconsistent
units in daily life.

Week 4 1.4 1.4.1 Carry out station activities using VLE notes 5
The use of use the right measuring measurement instruments such as rulers, Bubble
21/1- measuring instrument and use it in the right measuring tapes, thermometers, Map
25/1 instruments, way, to measure accurately and stopwatches, triple beam balances, Tree Map
accuracy, consistently the quantities of ammeters, voltmeters and measuring
consistency, length, mass, time, temperature cylinders.
sensitivity and and electric current.
errors Emphasise the following: 5
(21/1/19) 1.4.2 taking readings several times to get an
THAIPUSAM
DAY
use measuring instruments with accurate reading.
higher accuracies and compare relate the smallest scale value on the
the measurements in terms of measuring device to the accuracy of the
accuracy, consistency and readings.
sensitivity. .
Carry out activities using instruments such 2
1.4.3 as a vernier calipers, micrometer screw
explain how to overcome gauges, electronic balances, digital
systematic errors and random micrometer screw gauges, digital vernier
errors. calipers, digital thermometer, clinical
thermometer, digital rangefinder.
1.4.4
estimate the length, area, mass Carry out activities to reduce systematic 3
or volume of an object before error (eg: zero error) and random error (eg:
taking actual measurements. parallax error).
.
1.4.5 Carry out problem solving activities that 2
explain with examples involve the skill of making estimations and
innovations of various types of then compare with actual measurements.

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measuring instruments through


a multimedia presentation. Gather information and carry out
multimedia presentations on innovations in
measuring instruments.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 5 1.5 Density 1.5.1 Conduct a scientific investigation of the VLE notes 4
arrange sequentially materials relationship between mass and density
28/1-1/2 based on density. for a variety of solids which have the Bubble map
same volume, for example by using
1.5.2 density cubes. 2
predict whether the materials
will float and sink according to Solve problems by using formula of
density. density.

1.5.3 Carry out an activity to determine the 1


define operational definition of density of irregular solids using water
density. displacement method.

1.5.4 Discuss the phenomena in everyday


calculate density using formula life that involve differences in density 2
(density = mass / volume) and and presents the results of discussions
water displacement method.
using multimedia.
1.5.5
Entrepreneurial element can be
explain the phenomena related 2
to the density difference in applied and practiced in this activity.
everyday life.
The project to build materials using
1.5.6 the concept of density.
innovate objects, food or 2
beverage using the concept of
density.

CHINESE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS (4th – 8th FEBRUARY 2019)

Week 6 1.6 1.6.1 Teachers are recommended to use VLE notes 6


4/2-8/2 Steps in a differentiate each science station method of the twelve science VLE topical
scientific process skills. process skills. exercises
investigation
1.6.2 Design and conduct an experiment for Flow map 6
make a sequence on the steps each group to explain the steps and
of carrying out a scientific the scientific method, namely:
investigation in the correct 1. Identify a problem that could be
order. tested by a scientific investigation
2.Construct hypothesis
1.6.3 3.Outline how variable are 3
conduct a scientific investigation manipulated and the method of
to solve a simple problem. collecting data
4.Design and conduct scientific
investigations
5.Present the data collected
6.Interpreting data and results with
scientific reasoning

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7. Make a conclusion and present a


report.

1.6 Experiments for use step in


scientific investigation

HEBAT – Module 21: Scientific


Skills

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 1.7 Scientific 1.7.1 Discussion on the importance of: VLE notes
7 attitudes and support scientific attitudes and • scientific attitudes and values Circle map 4
values in
values practiced by scientists. • practising scientific attitudes
11/2- carrying out
15/2 scientific
investigation 1.7.2
justify the need to practice HEBAT – Module 21: Scientific
4
scientific attitudes and values Skills
when carrying out an
investigation.

1.7.3
3
practice scientific attitudes and
values while carrying out a
scientific investigation.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
THEME 1: SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY
Performance Level Descriptor
1
Recall the knowledge and science skills on the definition of science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use
of measuring instruments, density and steps in scientific investigation.
2
Understand the definition of science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use of measuring instruments,
density and steps in scientific investigation and able to explain their understanding..
3
Apply the definition of science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use of measuring instruments, density and
steps in scientific investigation to accomplish simple task.
4
Analyse the entire scientific investigation process conducted to determine the steps that can be improved, on the definition of
science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use of measuring instruments, density and steps in scientific
investigation in context of problem solving about events or natural phenomena.
5
Evaluate the entire scientific investigation process conducted to determine the steps that can be improved, on the definition of
science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use of measuring instruments, density and steps in scientific
investigation in the context of problem solving and decision making to carry out a task.
6
Design a presentation using multi media / visual / folio / poster / role play / drama; with creative and innovative use of science
knowledge and skills of the definition of science, science laboratory, physical quantities and units, the use of measuring
instruments, density and steps in scientific investigation in the context of problem solving and decision making; with regards to
the social values/ economy / culture of the community.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 8 Theme 2: 2.1.1 Show cell division using various forms Bubble map 2
Maintenance explain that living things are of multimedia presentation (Need not
18/2- and made up of cells that carry out introduce mitosis or meiosis). VLE notes
22/2 Continuity of life’s functions and undergo cell
Life division. The formation of cancerous cells is
2.1.2 discussed. 2
2.1 Cell – demonstrate the preparation of
structure, slides of animal cells and plant Carry out a scientific investigation on
function and cells using the correct animal cells and plant cells using a
organization procedures. microscope.
2.1.3
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communicate about each Draw and label animal cells and plant
structures in cells with their cells observed under the microscope.
functions as well as compare
and contrast animal cells with The structure of animal cells consists
plant cells. of the cell membrane, cytoplasm,
2.1.4 nucleus and mitochondria whereas
explain with examples the plant cell comprise of nucleus, cell 5
characteristics of unicellular and wall, cell membrane, mitochondria,
multicellular organisms for chloroplasts and vacuole. [nucleus
animal cells and plant cells. contains chromosomes made up of
2.1.5 deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) which
differentiate the types and carries genetic information].
functions of animal cells and
plant cells. Presentation using thinking maps on 12
2.1.6 the characteristic of unicellular and
conceptualise the formation of a multicellular organisms.
plant and an animal with
reference to the sequence of The various types of human cells - 4
cell organization: cell → tissue nerve cells, epithelium cells, muscle
→organ→ system → organism. cells, reproductive cells , blood cells.
2.1.7
appreciate and be amazed by The various types of plant cells - cells 2
the existence of various palisade leaves, guard cells, epidermal
organisms. cells, capillary root’s cells.

The systems in human includes the


nervous system, digestive system,
skeletal system, excretory system,
respiratory system, reproductive
system, lymphatic system, circulatory

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system, muscular system, endocrine


system and the integumentary system.

Multimedia presentation to appreciate


how organisms are formed from basic
unit of cells.

Cancer awareness project.

HEBAT: MODUL E 23 – Cell

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 9 2.2 Cell 2.2.1 The process of cellular respiration Double bubble
respiration communicate about the needs oxygen and glucose to produce map 1
25/2-1/3 and process of cellular respiration. energy, carbon dioxide and water.
photosynthesis 2.2.2 VLE Notes 1
communicate about the process Carry out experiments to show
of photosynthesis. photosynthesis needs light energy,
2.2.3 carbon dioxide, water and chlorophyll
differentiate the process of to produce glucose and oxygen. 3
cellular respiration and
photosynthesis. 2.2 Experiments showed the need
2.2.4 explain how the process photosynthesis. 1
of cellular respiration and the
process of photosynthesis Relate how cellular respiration and
complement each other. photosynthesis complement each
other for the benefits of life using
multimedia presentations.

HEBAT: MODUL E 23 - Cell

Week 3.1 3.1.1 Gather informations and carry out Circle map 1
10 Homeostasis communicate about multimedia presentations on how
in living things homeostasis. homeostasis regulates body VLE notes
4/3-8/3 3.1.2 temperature and water in the human 1
explain with examples the body.
systems involved with
homeostasis in humans and Carry out activities to show how the
animals biological actions respond to changes
3.1.3 to stabilise the condition of the body
explain with examples the such as: 1
systems involved in plant sweating in the heat and shivering
homeostasis. when cold..
3.1.4 the heart rate increases when
appreciate the importance of executing heavy tasks.
homeostasis in humans and 2
living things. 3.1 Experiment to show how the
biological action in response to
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changes to stabilize the body.

Gather informations and make


observations on how transpiration
regulates water in plants.

Carry out brainstorming session to


discuss the importance of homeostasis
using various multimedia
presentations.

The project, which shows the


process of homeostasis in the
human body

Week
11

11/3- SUMMATIVE ASSESMENT 1 (FORM 1, 2 AND 3)


15/3

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE
Gather and interpret data or
Week 4.1 Sexual 4.1.1 information about sexual and asexual Double bubble 2
12 and asexual compare and contrast sexual reproduction: map
reproduction and asexual reproduction in methods of sexual reproduction -
18/3- animals and plants. internal fertilisation and external VLE notes 1
22/3 4.1.2 fertilisation.
reason the importance of various types of asexual
reproduction. reproduction - binary fission, budding,
4.1.3 spore formation, vegetative, 1
be grateful for the ability to regeneration and tissue culture.
reproduce and the continuation
of life as a gift from God. -Do a multimedia presentation to
explain the importance of reproduction
and problems that will arise if
reproduction decreases for all living
things.
MID SEMESTER 1 HOLIDAY(25th – 29th Mac 2019)

Week 4.2 4.2.1 Carry out multimedia presentations to Double bubble


13 Human identify the structures and observe and discuss the structures map 3
reproductive function of the male and female and function of the male and female
1/4-5/4 system reproductive systems. reproductive systems.
4.2.2 VLE notes
2
communicate about the physical Discuss the physical changes and
changes that occur during experiences during puberty.
puberty.
4.2.3 Use thinking maps to compare and 2
compare and contrast the male contrast the male gamete (sperm) and
gamete with the female gamete female gamete (ovum) in terms of the
in the structures and function.
reproductive system. HEBAT: MODULE 11 : Life Process
4.3.1
Week 4.3 communicate about the Integrate multimedia presentation and Flow map

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14 Menstrual menstrual cycle and the thinking maps to explain: 2


cycle sequence of changes in the menstruation and menstrual cycle.
8/4-12/4 uterus lining during relate the fertile phase with
menstruation. fertilisation. VLE topical
4.3.2 the importance of practicing good exercises
relate the fertile phase of the personal hygiene during menstruation. 2
menstrual cycle to the process
of fertilisation.
4.3.3
justify the importance of
personal hygiene during 2
menstruation.
4.4.1 Gather and share information about:
Week 4.4 communicate about the process fertilisation process. Double bubble 2
15 Fertilisation of fertilisation and the the implantation process of embryo. map
implantation of embryo. . the development of a zygote into an
and
15/4- 4.4.2 embryo and subsequently into a foetus VLE notes
19/4 pregnancy justify the importance and until birth. 2
functions of placenta and
umbilical cord.
4.4.3 VLE topical 2
describe the development of a exercises
zygote into an embryo and
subsequently into a foetus
during pregnancy until birth.

I-THINK
CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 4.5 4.5.1 relate the importance of Share information from a nutritionist VLE notes
16 Factors taking nutritious food during and to relate the cause and effect of 2
pregnancy to the health of both taking healthy nutritious food during Circle map
affecting the
22/4- mother and foetus. pregnancy
26/4 development 4.5.2
of a foetus justify the importance of Solve problems of miscarriage or
and baby avoiding the intake of harmful abnormality in newborn babies that is 2
substances to the foetus. commonly associated with unhealthy
4.5.3 lifestyle of pregnant mothers such as
justify the benefits of smoking, drugs abuse and alcohol.
breastfeeding compared to 2
formula milk on the infant’s Gather, interpret information and carry
development. out a multimedia presentation on the
. impact of breastfeeding compared to
4.5.4 realise that every living baby formula milk in relation to the
creature has a right to live even infant’s development 2
if its in the womb.
Make decision whether to breastfeed
or use formula milk.

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Week 4.6 4.6.1 Methods to overcome infertility - VLE notes 2


17 Infertility and communicate the meaning of hormone treatment , surgery and in- Bubble Map
contraception infertility and how to overcome vitro.
29/4- them. Methods of contraception for
3/5 4.6.2 married couples - contraceptive pills, 2
differrentiate methods of implants, condoms and contraceptive
(1/5/19) contraception. devices in the uterus (Intrauterine
Labour 4.6.3 Contraceptive Device, IUCD).
Day) realise the importance of
practicing frequent health Debate on the abuse of knowledge
screening and to get immediate regarding birth control methods and
2
treatment for problems related their effect to society.
to reproductive system.
4.6.4
criticise the abuse of knowledge
on contraception methods and Awarness project about baby 2
its effect to society dumping and births outside
marriage.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE
Dissect different type of flowers to
Week 4.7 4.7.1 identify the structure with its function Flow map 2
18 Plant communicate about the which include:
reproduction structure and function of each • petal and sepal. VLE Topical
7/5-11/5 part of a flower. • male part of the flower - stamen exercise
4.7.2 which consist of filament, anther and 2
justify the pollination process. pollen.
4.7.3 • the female part of the flower - pistil
describe the process of which consists of stigma, style and 2
fertilisation and explain the ovary.
formation of seeds and fruits in
plants. Gather, interpret data and share
4.7.4 relevant information on the following:
describe the germination • pollination process . 2
process of a seed. • self -pollination and cross-pollination
4.7.5 • the advantages of cross- pollination .
solve problems if germination • the application of cross- pollination in 2
does not occur agriculture.
Discuss and carry out multimedia
presentation on the process of
fertilisation in plants and the formation
of fruits and seeds.
Science Park Project
GMO Project

Conduct an experiment to determine


the required conditions for the

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germination of seeds .
4.7 Experiments to determine the
conditions germination of seeds.

Collect and interpret data on the


following:
• functions of the different parts of a
seed.
• physical changes to the seed during
germination in terms of the growth of
the radicle, the plumule and the
cotyledon.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
THEME 2: MAINTENANCE AND CONTINUITY OF LIFE
Performance Level Descriptor
1
Recall the knowledge and science skills on cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction
2
Understand cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction and able to explain their understanding.
3
Apply knowledge of cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction to accomplish simple task.
4
Analyse knowledge of cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction in context of problem solving about
events or natural phenomena.
5
Evaluate knowledge of cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction in the context of problem solving and
decision making to carry out a task.
6
Design a presentation using multi media / visual / folio / poster / role play / drama; with creative and innovative use of science
knowledge and skills of the cell as the basic unit of life / coordination / response / reproduction; in the context of problem
solving and decision making; with regards to the social values/ economy / culture of the community.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week Theme 3 5.1.1 Carry out activities and create a VLE notes 2
19 Exploration state that almost everything that multimedia presentation to show that
Of Elements exists in nature is matter. living things and non-living things have Double bubble
13/5- In Nature 5.1.2 mass and occupy space. map
17/5 prove that living things and 4
5.1 nonliving things have mass and Carry out activities to differentiate:
Matter in occupy space. physical properties of matter such
nature 5.1.3 as boiling point and melting point, 2
differentiate the physical solubility, heat conductivity.
properties and chemical chemical properties of matter such
properties of matter. as rusting and flammability.
5.1.4
classify materials by the Carry out activities to classify materials 2
different characteristics. by density, melting point, boiling point
and solubility.

HEBAT: Module 6 – Chemical


Changes

HEBAT: Module 18 – Changes in


Matter

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HEBAT: Module 30 – Matter 2

Week
20
SUMMATIVE ASSESMENT II (FORM 1 and 2 )
20/5-
24/5

MID YEAR HOLIDAY(27th May – 7th June 2019)


Week 5.2 5.2.1 Carry out simulations to conceptualise VLE notes 2
21 Three states generalise that matter consists that matter is made up of small and
of matter of particles. discrete particles. Circle map
10/6- 5.2.2 3
14/6 compare and contrast three Carry out visual presentations about
states of matter based on the the three states of matter in terms of
(10/6/19) kinetic theory in terms of the the arrangement and movement of
Cuti Hari arrangement and movement of particles and relation to the physical
Raya particles. properties of solids, liquids and gas
Aidilfitri
5.2.3 (volume, shape, density and
use space-time relationships to compressibility). 3
compare rate of diffusion in
three states of matter. Carry out experiments to determine
5.2.4 the rate of diffusion, example copper(ll)
describe the change in state of sulphate in two states of matter (solid 3
matter, in terms of movement of and liquid).
particles caused by the
absorption and the release of 5.2.3 Experiments to determine the
heat, based on kinetic theory. rate of diffusion. 3
5.2.5
conclude that temperature Use a diagram or a concept map to
remains constant during illustrate boiling, evaporation,
freezing, melting and boiling. condensation, freezing, melting, and
sublimation.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 5.2 5.2.6 Carry out an experiment to investigate 2


22 Three states conclude that the mass that temperature of water remains
of matter remains constant during constant during melting and boiling.
17/6- physical changes.
21/6 5.2.7 Plot and interpret graphs to show that: 4
explain with examples the Temperature remains constant
changes of the state of matter in during the melting and the boiling of
daily life water.
Mass remains unchanged during;
physical transformation, ie changes in
state of matter; dissolving solid in a
liquid; and expansion by heat

5.2.5 Experiments to investigate the


boiling point during the physical
changes of water.

Create a multimedia presentation


about the change of state of matter in
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daily life

HEBAT: Module 7 – Heat


HEBAT: Module 30 – Matter 2

Week 6.1 6.1.1 Discuss by using multimedia to VLE notes


23 Classification conclude that all matter consists explain: 2
of element of atoms. all matter consists of atoms Bubble map
24/6- 6.1.2 atomic structure
28/6 differentiate between atoms and sub-atomic particles (electron, Double bubble 4
molecules as well as elements proton and neutron) map
and compounds. the difference between atoms and
6.1.3 molecules
identify the position of metal, the difference 3
nonmetal and inert gases in the
periodic table. By referring to the periodic table,
6.1.4 discuss the position of metals, non-
differentiate the characteristics metals and inert gases. 2
of metals and non-metals.
6.1.5 Carry out activities to differentiate the
appreciate the order of characteristics of metal and non-metal: 2
elements that exist in nature shiny surfaces ductility
that has allowed people to malleable electrical and heat
organize them in the form of a conductivity boiling point and
table. melting point

Encourage creative writing and


presentation in various media.

HEBAT: Module 6 – Chemical


Changes

HEBAT: Module 29 – Matter 1

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to) VLE

6.2.1 Conduct activities to separate a


Week 6.2 communicate about examples mixture using various methods such as VLE notes 4
24 Mixture of mixtures in daily life filtration, distillation, separation by
6.2.2 using magnets, sedimentation,
1/7-5/7 solve problem of separating flotation and chromatography. 4
mixtures through activities
based on the different HEBAT: Module 6 – Chemical
characteristics of material and Changes
physical methods. HEBAT: Module 29 – Matter 1

Week 6.3 6.3.1 Use various forms of multimedia to VLE notes 2


25 Compound communicate about compounds illustrate the used of compounds in
in daily life. daily life. Bubble Double
8/7-12/7 6.3.2 Carry out activities of heating metal Map 2
demonstrate the formation of and non-metal to produce a
compounds between metal and compound.
non-metal.
6.3.3 Conclude and record that:
conclude that mass is mass is conserved during chemical 2
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conserved during chemical change.


change. compound can be separated
. 6.3.4 through chemical method.
separate compounds through differences in physical changes and 2
chemical methods. chemical changes during the
6.3.5 formation of compounds
differentiate between chemical 2
change and physical change. Create and carry out a multimedia
6.3.6 presentation on the similarities and
differentiate between mixtures differences between mixtures and 2
and compounds. compounds.
HEBAT: Module 6 – Chemical
Changes
HEBAT: Module 29 – Matter 1
7.1.1 Carry out activities to determine the
Week 7.1 plan ways to determine and percentage of oxygen in air. VLE notes
26 Composition record the composition of air. 3
of Air 7.1.2 Interpret a pie chart on the Flow Map
15/7- synthesise the composition of composition of the air to realise that air
19/7 air from a pie chart. is a mixture. 2
7.1.3
justify the importance of Interpret and share information on
oxygen, nitrogen carbon dioxide daily life regarding: 2
and inert gases in daily life. the importance of oxygen, nitrogen
. carbon dioxide gases and inert gases.
7.1.4 the oxygen cycle and the carbon
appreciate the carbon cycle and cycle. 3
the oxygen cycle in maintaining how the carbon cycle and the
the composition of gases in the oxygen cycle maintains the percentage
air. of gases in the atmosphere
7.1.5
solve problems when there The effects of the increase of carbon 2
is/are interferences to the dioxide emission to life and the
oxygen and the carbon cycle. environment
The project to study the
composition of air at various
places.
HEBAT: Module 16 - Earth 2
HEBAT: Module 6 – Chemical
Changes

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to) VLE

Week 7.2 7.2.1 Carry out activities to prove that VLE notes 3
27 Combustion conclude about the conditions oxygen, heat and fuel are needed for
needed for combustion. combustion Bubble Map
22/7- 7.2.2
26/7 relate the conditions of List materials used as fire 3
combustion with the principles extinguishers for different sources of
used in the manufacture of fire fire.
extinguishers.
7.2.3 Provide materials such as posters to 2
practice safety measures to create awareness among the school
prevent the occurrence of fire community about the causes of fire
which can lead to the and prevention measures.
destruction of life and property.
The project of fire awareness.

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Week 7.3 7.3.1 Discuss and share ideas of air VLE notes 2
28 Air Pollution define air pollution and air pollution such as haze that frequently
pollutants. hit our country and the sources that Bubble map
29/7-2/8 7.3.2 cause these pollutions. 4
communicate about air
pollutants and the causes. Collect, interpret and share information
7.3.3 about:
justify steps to prevent and steps taken by authorities in 4
control air pollution. controlling air pollution.
7.3.4 adverse effects of air pollution on
solve problems on the adverse living things and the environment 2
effects of air pollution
The project about air pollution and
ways to overcome the problems.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
THEME 3: EXPLORATION OF ELEMENTS IN NATURE
Performance Level Descriptor
1
Recall the knowledge and science skills on matter / the periodic table / air.
2
Understand of matter / the periodic table / air and able to explain their understanding.
3
Apply knowledge of matter / the periodic table / air to explain natural phenomena to accomplish simple task.
4
Analyse knowledge of matter / the periodic table / air in context of problem solving about events or natural phenomena.
5
Evaluate matter / the periodic table / air in the context of problem solving and decision making to carry out a task.
6
Design a presentation using multi media / visual / folio / poster / role play / drama; with creative and innovative use of science
knowledge and skills of matter / the periodic table / air in the context of problem solving and decision making; with regards to
the social values/ economy / culture of the community.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week Theme 4 8.1.1 Use the screen and plane mirror to VLE notes 2
29 Energy and differentiate between a real show the difference between real
sustainabilit images and virtual images. Biubble Map
image and a virtual image.
5/8-9/8 y of life
8.1.2 Carry out an activity to determine: 3
8.1 Communicate about the characteristics of the image formed
The use of characteristics of image formed when the light incident on the plane
mirrors by a plane mirror, concave mirror. concave mirror (enlarge image)
mirror and convex mirror. and convex mirror (shrink image).
8.1.3 the object distance and image 2
distance in a plane mirror with a
state that the object distance is
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equal to the image distance in a sketch diagram


plane mirror
8.1.4
use the plane mirror to apply
2
the concept of reflection of light.
8.1.5
justify the application of 2
concave mirror and convex
mirror in daily life.

MID SEMESTER II HOLIDAY (12nd – 16th August 2019)


Week 8.1 The 8.1.6 construct an optical Discuss by using a multimedia VLE notes 3
30 use of mirrors instruments to appreciate the presentation about these application: Bubble map
plane mirror
use these of optical instruments
19/8- concave mirror
23/8 to enhance the ability of the convex mirrors
human senses.
Carry out an activity to design an
8.1.7 solve problems in daily life optical instrument eg. periscope or
involving the application of kaleidoscope. 3
plane mirror, concave mirror
and convex mirror. The project designing an optical
device such as periscope or
kaleidoscope to help the vision.

The use of mirrors such as:


the side mirror and rear view mirror
in the car.
8.2.1 the plane mirror use by dentist
8.2
during treatment. 3
Properties of communicate about the
the convex mirror placed at the
light properties of light. dangerous roads

Properties such as the speed of light


and natural phenomena (the formation
of shadows, lightning appearing before
thunder, rainbows).

HEBAT: Module 27 – Light

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE
Identify the characteristics of image
Week 8.3 8.3.1 formed by a plane mirror and sketch Bubble map 3
31 Reflection of state the characteristics of the image observed (vertical, lateral
light image formed by a plane inversion, same size, same object VLE notes
26/8- mirrors distance with the image distance)
30/8 8.3.2
communicate aboiut the Law of Carry out an experiment to measure 3
Reflection. the angle of incidence, i and angle of
8.3.3 reflection, r, using the plane mirror and

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draw ray diagrams to show the determine the relationship between 2


reflection of light angle of incidence, i and angle of
8.3.4 reflection, r.
solve problems in daily life.with Introducing The Law Of Reflection.
the application of reflection of 8.3 Experiments to prove Law 3
light. Reflection.

Example on the use of the concept of


reflection of light:
Road sign board with reflectors so
that it can be seen at night. Safety
jackets with reflector strips for
construction site workers.
Triangle shaped emergency
reflector for cars that breakdown on
the road.
HEBAT: Module 27 – Light

Collect and interpret these information


Week 8.4 8.4.1 about the following VLE notes 3
32 Refraction of Generalize that refraction Refraction of light
light occurs when light moves Natural phenomena such as the Bubble Map
2/9-6/9 through médium of different apparent dept and real dept, straw
densities. seem bent in water-filled glasses
8.4.2 draw ray diagrams to 4
show refraction of light when Carry out activities to show that light
light propagate from one refract away from the normal when
medium to another medium of light travels from a dense medium to a
different densities. less dense and bent toward the normal
8.4.3 when light travels from a medium of
generalise the relationship low density to a medium of high 4
between the angle of incidence, density.
i and angle of refraction, r, when Carry out an experiment to study the
light travels from a medium of relationship between the angle of
low density to a medium of high incidence, i and angle of refraction, r,
density. when light travels from a medium of 2
8.4.4 low density (air) to a medium of high
justify the applications of density (glass block)
refraction of light in daily life. 8.4 Experiments to study the
relationship angle of incidence, i
and the angle of refraction, r when
light through a different medium
density.
Conduct a library research and make
the presentation of the phenomenon of
refraction, for example, twinkling stars,
spoon appear to bend in the water,
bottom of a swimming pool looks more
shallow.
HEBAT: Module 27 - Light
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Week 8.5 8.5.1 Collect and interpret information about VLE notes 2
33 Dispersion of communicate about the the dispersion of light and phenomena Bubble Map
light dispersion of light. related to the dispersion of light.
9/9-13/9 8.5.2 explain with an example 2
the dispersion of light in daily Carry out activities to study the
(9/9/19) life. following:
Hari dispersion of light by using prism
Keputeraan
Seri Paduka formation of rainbow
Baginda
YDPA
HEBAT: Module 27 - Light VLE notes

8.6 8.6.1 Using various forms of multimedia for


Scattering of communicate about scattering interpreting information about 2
light of light scattering of light.
8.6.2
explain with an example Carry out activities to study the effect
scattering of light in daily life of scattering of light. 2

Collect and interpret information about


the following
scattering of light
natural phenomena such as blue
sky and reddish sunset.

HEBAT: Module 27 - Light

Week 8.7 8.7.1 Carry out activities to study: VLE notes


34 Addition and identify primary colours the addition of light using the Double bubble 3
subtraction of 8.7.2 primary color filter to produce Map
16/9- light identify the addition of primary secondary color (cyan, magenta and 4
20/9 colours to produce secondary yellow)
colours. subtraction of light that occurs when
8.7.3 light is absorbed or subtracted by 4
16/9/19 communicate about subtraction colour filters.
Cuti Hari of light. the difference between the addition
Malaysia 8.7.4 and subtraction of light. VLE topical
record the colours formed on exercises 5
the screen when light passes Gather information and do a
through colour filters. multimedia presentation
8.7.5
differentiate the addition and HEBAT: Module 27 - Light 4
subtraction of light.
8.7.6
explain with examples addition
and subtraction of light in daily 4
life.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
THEME 4: ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF LIFE
Performance Level Descriptor
1
Recall the knowledge and science skills on mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of
light / scattering of light / addition and subtraction of light.
2
Understand mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of light / scattering of light / addition
and subtraction of light and able to explain their understanding.
3
Apply mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of light / scattering of light / addition and
subtraction of light through a simple task.
4
Analyse knowledge of mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of light / scattering of
light / addition and subtraction of light in context of problem solving about events or natural phenomena.
5
Evaluate mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of light / scattering of light / addition
and subtraction of light in the context of problem solving and decision making to carry out a task.
6
Design a presentation using multi media / visual / folio / poster / role play / drama; with creative and innovative use of science
knowledge and skills of mirrors / characteristic of light / reflection of light / refraction of light / dispersion of light / scattering of
light / addition and subtraction of light in the context of problem solving and decision making; with regards to the social values/
economy / culture of the community.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week Theme 5 9.1.1 Create a multimedia presentation VLE notes 4


35 Exploration communicate about the system about the Earth structure that consist Double BUbble
of the Earth of four main spheres that is Map
of Earth and
23/9- . hydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere
27/9 Space 9.1.2 and geosphere. 2
explain differences in Earth Atmospheric stratification and its
9.1 The layers based on its composition role, including the depletion of the
system and and physical characteristics. . ozone layer. Introduce that
structure of . temperature and pressure changes
the earth 9.1.3 with altitude in the atmosphere. 2
realise that Earth is the only Ocean stratification from the surface
place that can sustain life based to the dark zone including the
on its physical characteristic distribution of life forms in them.
Distribution of other water bodies on
Earth such as seas, rivers, glasiers,
clouds and ground water is also
introduced

Create a visual presentation to show


the differences between crust, mantle
and core of the Earth including the
lithosphere, asthenosphere and
mesosphere

Discuss that the Earth is the only


home for every living organism.

HEBAT: Module 14 – The structure


of the Earth

`
. 9.2 9.2.1 Carry out an activity and present a VLE notes
Composition explain type and characteristic multimedia presentation on the three Bubble Map 4
of the Earth of rocks. types of rocks e.g. igneous rocks,
sedimentary rocks and metamorphic
9.2.2 rocks based on its formation
communicate on how to 2
differentiate the process of rock HEBAT: Module 14 – The structure
formation. of the Earth

9.3 Main 9.3.1 Gather information about exogenic and VLE notes
processes of explain the different Earth endogenic processes and present it Double bubble 4
the Earth processes that effect the using a multimedia presentation. Map
changes on Earth.
9.3.2 Exogenic process – weathering,
communicate about exogenic erosion, mass depletion, land 4
and endogenic processes. depletion, transport and sedimentation.

Endogenic process – mantle

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convection process, magma activity,


Earth crust movement (tectonic layer)

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 9.4 9.4.1 Collect, interpret data through a VLE notes 2


36 Geohazard communicate about geohazard. multimedia presentation on
phenomena 9.4.2 geohazards e.g. earthquake,
30/9- generate ideas on how science volcanism, land slide, tsunami, global 4
4/10 and technology are used to warming, acid rain, quicksand and
prepare for geohazards. sinkholes.
9.4.3
realise that environmental Discuss and share ideas on how 4
disasters effect human science and technology can be use to
livelihood. prepare for the possibilities of
geohazards.

The project to study the progress of


science and technology can prepare
mankind to face possibility of
geohazards.

Using various media to explain impact


of environmental disasters e.g. loss of
life, loss of property, diseases, and
starvation. Highlight the need to
symphatise with victims of
environmental disaster

HEBAT: Module 14 – The structure


of the Earth

Week 9.5 9.5.1 Gather and share information about Flow map 3
37 Age of the communicate about geological the geological time scale of the Earth
earth time scale of the Earth. and method to determine the age of
7/10- 9.5.2 the Earth. 4
11/10 explain the method to determine
the age of the Earth. Using visual graphic presentation to
9.5.3 present about fossils and relate it to 2
communicate about fossils earth history.
9.5.4
reason about the importance of Discuss how knowledge on fossils can 4
fossils in the advancement of help modern science
contemporary science.
HEBAT: Module 15 – Earth 1

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WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE

Week 9.6 9.6.1 Search for information and carry out a VLE topical
38 Earth explain surface water and its multimedia presentation on surface exercises 2
resources risks. water and aquifers.
14/10- and applied
18/10 geology 9.6.2 Economic minerals consist of metallic
4
explain the importance of minerals, non-metallic minerals and
underground water and its risks. rare earth minerals.
9.6.3
communicate about economic Carry out a multimedia presentation on 3
minerals. the formation of petroleum and coal.
9.6.4
explain the formation of Discuss the economic prospects of
4
petroleum and coal. hydrothermal processes
9.6.5
communicate about the The project to study the relationship 2
hydrothermal process. between hydrothermal with
9.6.6 economic prospect such as eco-
solve problems about the tourism. 4
negative effects of unplanned
human activities on all living Debate how exploitation of Earth’s
things on Earth. resources without proper planning may
cause adverse effects on living things
on Earth.

HEBAT: Module 15 – Earth 1

The project to study the exploitation


of natural resources by human is
harmful to living things on Earth.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

THEME 5: EXPLORATION OF EARTH AND SPACE

Performance Level Descriptor

1 Recall the knowledge and science skills on about the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources.

2 Understand the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources and able to explain their understanding.

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3 Apply knowledge on the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources to accomplish simple task.

4 Analyse knowledge of knowledge on the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources in context of problem solving
about events or natural phenomena.

5 Evaluate about the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources in the context of problem solving and decision making
to carry out a task.

6 Design a presentation using multi media / visual / folio / poster / role play / drama; with creative and innovative use of
science knowledge and skills of the Earth’s structure/geo-disasters/Earth’s resources in the context of problem solving and
decision making; with regards to the social values/ economy / culture of the community.

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CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD SUGGESTED ACTIVITY
WEEK /KBAT/ EXERCISES
STANDARD (A student is able to)
VLE
Week
39 REVISION
21/10-
25/10 DEEPAVALI (27th October 2019)

Week
40
28/10 – SUMMATIVE ASSESMENT III (FORM 1 and 2 )
1/11

Week
41 DISCUSSSION WEEK
4/11 –
8/11

Week
42 DISCUSSSION WEEK
11/11 –
15/11

Week
43 DISCUSSSION WEEK
18/11 –
22/11

SCHOOL HOLIDAY (Starts at 25th NOV 2019- 31st DEC 2019)

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