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LESSON PLAN FORM 2 201 1

Week 1

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 1: The world through our senses 1.1 The sensory organs and their function Relate a sensory organs to its stimulus Pathway from stimulus to response 1.2 The sense of touch The structure of the human skin involved in stimuli detection The function of different receptors The sensitivity of the skin at different parts of the body towards stimuli 1.3 The sense of smell The structure of the nose The position of the sensory cells in the detection of smell 1.4 The sense of taste The different areas of the tongue that respond to different taste Relating the sense of taste with the sense of smell

Learning activities Activity Discussing about the sensory organs and their stimuli

SPS -classifying

Scientific attitudes and noble values Being thankful to God

School Activities

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-observing Being thankful to God

Experiment Carrying out an experiment to identify the structure of skin involved in stimulus detection Experiment Carrying out an experiment to demonstrate the sensitivity of skin to various stimuli on different parts of the body Activity Discussing about the sense of touch Experiment Carrying out an experiment to identify the structure of the human nose

-observing -predicting

Being thankful to God

Experiment Carrying out an experiment to identify areas sensitive to different tastes on tongue Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the relationship between the sense of smell and the sense of taste Activity Research on the sense of taste

Being thankful to God

5 6 1.5 The sense of hearing The structure of the human ear The function of the different parts of the ear The hearing mechanism 1.6 The sense of sight The structure of the human eye The functions of different parts of the eye How we see

UJIAN PRA 1 (7/3 10/3) CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL (12/3 20/3)


Experiment Carrying out an experiment to observe and identify each part of the ear and its function Activity Discussion on the function of the parts of the ear and the mechanism of hearing Experiment Carrying out an experiment to observe and identify each part of the human eye Activity Research on the structure and function of the different parts of the eye Activity Discussion on the path of light in the eye Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the reflection of light by a plane mirror Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the refraction of light between two media of different densities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study short-sightedness and longsightedness and ways to correct theses defects Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study optical illusions Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show that the image is not seen if light -observing -classifying Being thankful to God

Cuti maulidul rasul (Selasa 5/2)

-observing

Being thankful to God

1.7 Light and sight The properties of light i.e. reflection and refraction The various defects of vision Ways to correct vision defects The limitation of sight Stereoscopic and monocular visions The appropriate device to overcome the limitations of sight

-observing -predicting -measuring and using numbers -interpreting data

-Appreciating the contribution of science and technology -Realising that science is a means to understand nature

Program Maulidul rasul (Jumaat18/2)

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Week 12 Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 2: Nutrition 2.1 The classes of food The classes of food The function of each class of food Test for starch , glucose, protein and fats 2.3 The digestive system in man Parts of the digestive system The flow of food particles in the alimentary canal The functions of the organs in the digestive system The process of digestion in the alimentary canal The end products of digestion of carbohydrate, protein and fats 2.4 The process of absorption of digested food The process of absorption of the products of digestion Learning activities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to tests on carbohydrates, protein and fat Activity Discussion about classes of food Activity Discussion about classes of food and their functions Experiment Carrying out an experiment to identify the parts of the human digestive system Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the action of the enzyme in saliva on starch SPS -observing -defining operationally -classifying Scientific attitudes and noble values -Being objective School Activities

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-observing -inferring -predicting -defining operationally

Being thankful to God

*Hari anugerah cemerlang (Jumaat-8/4)

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2.5 The reabsorption of water and defecation The reabsorption of water in the large intestine The problem of defecation with eating habits

Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the absorption of glucose using a Visking tube Activity Research on absorption of food Activity 2.8 Discussion about the absorption of water and defaecation

-observing -inferring

Being thankful to God

-Inferring

Being thankful to God

Week 15

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 3: Biodiversity 3.1 Variety of living organisms and their classification The diversity of living organisms in habitat Various animals and plants based on common characteristics The importance of biodiversity to the environment

Learning activities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to classify animals Activity Discussion about the classification of invertebrates and vertebrates Activity Discussion about the classification of vertebrates Activity Discussion about the classification of vertebrates based on their common features Experiment Carrying out an experiment to classify plants Activity

SPS -classifying

Scientific attitudes and noble values -Realising that science is a means to understand nature

School Activities

*2nd PEKA

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Discussion about the classification of flowering plants Activity Discussion about the special features of flowering plants Activity Comparing monocotyledon and dicotyledon plants Activity Discussion about the classification of non-flowering plants

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Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 4: Interdependence among living organisms and the environment 4.1 The interdependence among living organisms Species, population and community Habitat and ecosystem Various habitats in one ecosystem 4.2 The interaction between living organisms The types of interactions between living organisms The importance of interaction between living organisms and the environment The advantages and disadvantages of biological control in regulating the number of pest in certain areas 4.3 Food web Producers, consumers and decomposers Combining a few food chains to construct a food web A pyramid number Relating the food web and the pyramid number to energy flow

Learning activities Activity Discussion about species, population, community and ecosystem Activity Discussion about various types of habitats, populations and communities in an ecosystem

SPS

Scientific attitudes and noble values -Realising that science is a means to understand nature

School Activities

Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study interaction between living organisms Activity Research on types of interaction between living things Activity Research on biological control

-Realising that science is a means to understand nature

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4.4 Photosynthesis The factors required photosynthesis The products photosynthesis

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Activity Discussion about the meaning of producer, consumer and decomposer Experiment Carrying out an experiment to construct a food chain and a food web Activity Research on pyramid of numbers Activity Discussion about the effect of change in the number of organisms towards environment equilibrium Activity Discussion about photosynthesis Experiment Carrying out an experiment to test for starch in leaves Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show that carbon dioxide is necessary for photosynthesis Experiment

-Predicting

-Realising that science is a means to understand Nature -Appreciating the balance of nature

-Observing -Inferring -Predicting -Controlling ariables -Making hypothesis -Experimenting Communicating

-Being cooperative -Appreciating the balance of nature

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Carrying out an experiment to show that light is necessary for photosynthesis Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show that chlorophyll is necessary for photosynthesis Activity Discussion about carbon cycle and oxygen cycle 19 4.5 The importance of conservation and preservation of living organism The steps taken to preserve and conserve living organisms The importance of conservation and preservation of living organisms Activity Discussion about the conservation and preservation of living organisms -Appreciating the balance of nature

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PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN 919/5-27/5) CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN (28/5 12/6)

Week 21

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 5: Water and solution 5.1 The physical characteristics of water Freezing and boiling point of water The physical characteristics of water The effects of impurities on the physical characteristics of water 5.2 The composition of water The composition of water Test the presence of hydrogen and oxygen 5.3 The process of evaporation of water The factors that affect the rate of evaporation of water Evaporating and boiling The application of the evaporation of water in daily life

Learning activities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine the freezing point and boiling point of water Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the effects of impurities on the boiling point of pure liquids

SPS -defining operationally -predicting

Scientific attitudes and noble values Being cooperative

School Activities

3rd PEKA

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Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the composition of water through electrolysis Activity Discussion about water composition Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the factors that affect the rate of evaporation of water Activity Research on the application of the process of evaporation

-observing

Being cooperative

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5.4 Solution and solubility Solute, solvent and solution Dilute solution, concentrated and saturated solution

Activity Discussion on solvent, solute and solution Activity

-Observing -Inferring -Controlling variables -Making hypothesis -Experimenting Communicating -Observing -Inferring -Controlling variables

Being cooperative

-Realising that science is a means to understand Nature

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Suspension The factors affecting the solubility of solutes in water The uses of organic solvents in our everyday life Discussion on water and solutions Experiment Carrying out an experiment to prepare a dilute solution, a concentrated solution and a saturated solution Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show the differences between solutions and suspension Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine the factors that affect the solubility of solutes in water Activity Discussion on organic solvents Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the properties of acids Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the properties of alkali Activity Discussion on the role of water in alkali Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine whether the various substances of daily life are acidic, neutral or alkaline Activity Discussion on the use of acid and alkali in daily life Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study neutralisation Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the cleaning of water by filtration Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show the effect of boiling and chlorination on microorganisms in water Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the purification of water through the process of distillation Activity Research on the water supply system and water treatment methods at a water treatment plant Activity Visit a water treatment plant Activity Discussion on pollutants in the water Activity Carrying out a project to study the effects of water pollution on living things -Making hypothesis -Experimenting Communicating -Being cooperative

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5.5 Acid and alkali The properties of acid and alkali Acid and alkali only show their properties in the presence of water The substances which are acidic or alkaline in everyday life The uses of acid and alkali in daily life The uses of neutralisation

-defining operationally -observing

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

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The methods of water purification The natural sources of water The various types of water purification

-observing

Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

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The water supply system How the water supply system works

Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

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5.8

The preservation of water quality Water pollutants and its effects Ways to control water pollution

-classifying

-Appreciating the balance of nature

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Week 27

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 6: Air pressure 6.1 Air pressure The existence of air pressure The factors affecting air pressure 6.2 Application of the principle of air pressure in daily life Things that use the principle of air pressure Relating the safety measures taken when using gas under high pressure

Learning activities

SPS -observing

Scientific attitudes and noble values Realising that science is a means to understand nature

School Activities

Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show that air exerts pressure Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show the factors that influence air pressure Activity Discussion about the air pressure and the instruments that use the principle involving air pressure Activity Discussion about the application of the principle of air pressure Activity Research about gas under high pressure Activity Discussion about the safety measures when using gases under high pressure

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Realising that science is a means to understand nature

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UJIAN PRA 2

Week 29

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 7: Dynamics 7.1 Force A force is a push or a pull The effects of forces The various types of forces

Learning activities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to show that pushing and pulling involve force Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the effects of force on changes in shape, position, speed or direction of motion of an object Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study various types of force Experiment Carrying out an experiment to measure force in units of Newton (N) Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine the direction and magnitude of frictional force Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the effect of the contact surface on frictional force Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the way to increase and decrease frictional force by changing the condition of the surface in contact

SPS -observing

Scientific attitudes and noble values Realising that science is a means to understand nature

School Activities

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7.2 The measurement of force The unit and magnitude of force 7.3 Application of frictional force The existence of frictional force The direction and the magnitude of frictional force Different types of surfaces affect frictional force The advantages and disadvantages of friction Ways to increase and reduce friction

-measuring and using numbers -predicting -Observing -Inferring -Controlling variables -Making hypothesis -Experimenting Communicating -defining operationally

Having critical and analytical thinking Being cooperative

* 4th PEKA

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The application of friction in daily life Activity Discussion about the existence of frictional force

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2 (27/8 4/9)


31 7.4 Application of work How work is done The unit of work Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine the work done and the power generated by an object Critical and analytical thing

7.5 Application of power Power and its unit

Activity Calculating work and power

Critical and analytical thing

Week 32

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 8: Support and movement 8.1 The support systems in animals The support system in vertebrates and the various support systems in invertebrates 8.2 The support systems in plants The various support systems in woody and non-woody plants

Learning activities Activity Research on the support system in animals Activity Research on the support system in aquatic vertebrates

SPS -classifying

Scientific attitudes and noble values Realising that science is a means to understand nature

School Activities

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Activity Classifying plants according to support systems

-Classifying

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

Week 33

Learning area and learning objectives Chapter 9: Stability 9.1 The centre of gravity affects stability The point of equilibrium in regular and irregular shapes Relating the point of equilibrium as the centre of gravity of objects Relating the centre of gravity to the stability of objects 9.2 The importance of stability Ways to improve the stability of objects around them The application of stability in life

Learning activities Experiment Carrying out an experiment to determine the point of equilibrium of a uniform object and a non-uniform object Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the factors that affect the stability of an object

SPS -Observing -Inferring -Controlling variables -Making hypothesis -Experimenting Communicating -defining operationally

Scientific attitudes and noble values Being cooperative

School Activities

* Cuti Hari Malaysia

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Activity Discussion about the stability of objects

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

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Learning area and learning

Learning activities

SPS

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objectives 35 Chapter 10: Simple machine 10.1 Levers The use of the principle of the lever Load, force and fulcrum in the lever The moment of a force Experiment Carrying out an experiment to study the correlation between the product of the load and the load distance and the product of the effort and the effort distance when the lever is in a balanced condition Activity Discussion about the classification of the lever system Activity Solving problems involving levers Activity Carrying out a project to construct an instrument using the lever principle -observing Scientific attitudes and noble values Critical and analytical thinking Activities

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PEPERIKSAAN PMR 2011 FINAL EXAM (17/10 21/10) CUTI AKHIR TAHUN BERMULA (19/11/2011)