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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Science form 4. Lesson Plan .Theme :Energy in life


Theme                   : Energy
Learning Area     : 5: Energy and chemical change
Topic                      : 5.1 Physical change and chemical changes
Learning Objectives:  i) To understand the physical and chemical changes
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) explain what is physical changes.
ii) explain what is chemical changes.
iii) State the examples of physical and chemical changes.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The teacher shows the example of types of changes
ii) Content: The students discuss the example of changes in daily life
iii) Activity: The students compare and contrast the physical and chemical changes.
iv) Evaluation: Based on ability of the students to answer the pop quiz.
v) Extra Activity: The students search information in the internet on the physical and chemical changes.
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Attributing, Evaluating, Making Conclusions
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Being thankful to God.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook and spreadsheet.
                                ii) Science Form Four Courseware, (2003). Ministry of Education Malaysia.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
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Innovation     :
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Theme                   : Energy in life
Learning Area     : 5. Energy and chemical changes
Topic                      : 5.3 : The reactivity series of metals.
Learning Objectives:  i) To synthesise the reactivity series of metals.
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) Describe the reactivity of metals with water, acids and oxygen.
ii) Arrange metals in order of reactivity
iii) Construct the reactivity series of metals.
iv) Identify the position of carbon in the reactivity series based on the reactivity of metals with oxygen.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The students were given a rusting iron and explain the phenomenon.
ii) Content: The teacher explains the reaction of metals with water, acids and oxygen.
iii) Activity: The students arrange the metals in order of reactivity.
iv) Evaluation: Based on the student’s ability to arrange the reactivity series of metals.
v) Extra Activity: The students completing the extra activity (PLAN-J exercise in TOP Gear Book).
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Sequencing,making hypothesis
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Appreciating the balance of nature.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
                                Activity          :

Innovation     :
                                Modification  :
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Theme                   : Energy in life
Learning Area     : 5. Energy and chemical changes
Topic                      : 5.4 : Applying the concept of reactivity series.
Learning Objectives:  i) To apply the concept of reactivity series.
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) relate the position of metals in the reactivity series to the methods of extraction.
ii) explain with example the process of extraction of metals from its ores using carbon.
iii) state the importance of reactivity series.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The students were given a sample of ores and  iron.
ii) Content: The teacher explains the extraction of metals from their ores.
iii) Activity: The students arrange the methods of extraction based on the reactivity.
iv) Evaluation: Based on the student’s ability to answer the pop quiz questions.
v) Extra Activity: The students completing the extra activity (PLAN-J exercise in TOP Gear Book).
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Sequencing,making hypothesis
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Appreciating the balance of nature.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
                                Activity          :

Innovation     :
                                Modification  :


Theme                   : Energy in life
Learning Area     : 5. Energy and chemical changes
Topic                      : 5.5 : Electrolysis
Learning Objectives:  i) To understand electrolysis
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) State what electrolysis, anode, cathode, anion, and electrolyte are.
ii) Describe the electrolysis of an electrolyte using carbon electrodes.
iii) Explain the uses of electrolysis in industry.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The students were given a sample plated metal.
 ii) Content: The teacher explains the content with power point slide.
iii) Activity: The students compare the anode and cathode electrode..
iv) Evaluation: Based on the student’s ability to answer the pop quiz questions.
v) Extra Activity: The students completing the extra activity (PLAN-J exercise in TOP Gear Book).
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Sequencing,making hypothesis
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Appreciating the balance of nature.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
                                Activity          :

Innovation     :
                                Modification  :

Theme                   : Energy in life
Learning Area     : 5. Energy and chemical changes
Topic                      : 5.6 Electric energy from chemical reactions
Learning Objectives:  i) To understand the production of electrical energy by a simple cell.
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) Describe how a simple cell works.
ii) list the various types of cells and their uses.
iii) state the advantages and disadvantages of various types of cells.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The students were given various types of batteries.
ii) Content: The teacher explains the concept of simple cell
iii) Activity: The students explore the simple cell concept.
iv) Evaluation: Based on the student’s ability to answer the pop quiz questions.
v) Extra Activity: The students completing the extra activity (PLAN-J exercise in TOP Gear Book).
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Sequencing,making hypothesis
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Appreciating the balance of nature.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
                                Activity          :

Innovation     :
                                Modification  :




Theme                   : Energy in life
Learning Area     : 5. Energy and chemical changes
Topic                      : 5.7 Light and chemical reactions
Learning Objectives:  i) To understand chemical reactions that occur in the presence of light.
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this lesson, students should be able to:
i) To give examples of chemical reactions which require light.
ii) To explain the effect of light on photo sensitive chemical.
iii) To explain why certain chemicals are stored in dark bottles.
Learning Activity:
i) Introduction: The students watch a documentary about photosynthesis.
 ii) Content: The teacher explains the content with power point slide.
iii) Activity: The students explore the photo sensitive film activity.
iv) Evaluation: Based on the student’s ability to answer the pop quiz questions.
v) Extra Activity: The students completing the extra activity (PLAN-J exercise in TOP Gear Book).
Teaching and Learning Approach/ TSTS:                    i) Sequencing,making hypothesis
Scientific attitudes and noble values:                          i) Appreciating the balance of nature.
Teaching Aids:    i)  Science Form Four Text Book, Top Gear Practical Workbook.
Reflection:           Attendance   :____/____
                                Activity          :

Innovation     :
                                Modification  :

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