Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Science Year 4 --- Rate Of Breathing

Subject             : Science
Time                : 10 : 00 – 11 : 00 (60 min)
Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs
Sub-topic          :  1.9 Rate Of Breathing
Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a)      Explain human breathe.
b)      Conclude that not all individual have the same rate of breathing.
Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a)      Humans breathe.
b)      Human need air to stay alive.
Thinking skills : Generating ideas, making conclusions
Moral values : Being thankful to God

Teaching Strategies :
1        Teacher plays the introduction.
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2        Teacher prompt pupils to think if they know which direction their chests move when they inhale and exhale air.
3        Teacher plays the content component.
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4        Ask pupils to compare how many times they breathe in a minute as compared to their friend.

5        Teacher plays the content component.

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6      Teacher plays the content component. Ask pupils work in group then create a table and write down the number of times they breathe in a minute.
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      7    Teacher conclude the lesson and reinforcing that not everybody has the same rate of breathing.

Science Year 4 --- We Breathe

Subject             : Science
Time                : 10 : 00 – 11: 00 (60 min)
Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs
Sub-topic          : 1.8 We Breathe
Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a)      Explain human breathe.
b)      Differentiate the air that we inhale and the air that we exhale.
Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a)      Humans breathe.
b)      Human need air to stay alive.
Thinking skills : Generating ideas, making conclusions
Moral values : Being thankful to God

Teaching Strategies :
1        Teacher plays the introduction.
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2        Ask pupils the meaning of  inhale and exhale.
3        Teacher plays the content component.

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4        Ask pupils to differentiate the air we inhale and the air we exhale.
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5    Teacher play the summary component.
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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Science Year 4 -- Humans Reproduce

Subject             : Science
Time                : 10 : 00 – 11 : 00 (60 min)
Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs
Sub-topic          :  1.12 Humans Reproduce
Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a)      State that  humans reproduce.
b)      Predict what will happen if humans do not reproduce.
Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a)      Humans reproduce.
Thinking skills : Making predict, making hypothesis
Moral values : Being appreciate , being carrying

Teaching Strategies :
1        Teacher plays the introduction component and ask pupils if they know where they come from.
               
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2        Teacher plays the content component .

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3        Asks to predict what will happen if humans do not reproduce.

4        Teacher plays the content component and guide pupils to answer the questions.

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    5      Teacher concludes the lesson by going through the summary component.
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    6    Teacher asks pupil to make a family tree.
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Science Year 4 -- Humans Respond To Stimuli

Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs
Sub-topic          :  1.11 Humans Respond To Stimuli
Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a)      State the humans respond to stimuli.
b)      Give reason why humans respond to stimuli.
Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a)      Humans have five senses.
Thinking skills : Generating ideas, making hypothesis
Moral values : Being appreciate , being honest

Teaching Strategies :
1        Teacher plays the introduction.

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2        Teacher plays the content component and guide pupils to understand that humans respond to stimuli from our surroundings with our sense organs..

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3        Allow pupils to watch the video. Teacher asks the questions.



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4        Teacher plays the content component and guide pupils to answer the questions.

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5        Teacher plays the content component and explain the answers.
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6        Teacher asks pupils discuss in ground  how disabled people become aware of stimuli around them.


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      7    Teacher plays this component to conclude the lesson and saying that  humans respond to stimuli.
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Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Science Year 4 --- What Plants Need ( 3 )

Subject             : Science

Time                : 10 : 00 – 11: 00 (60 min)

Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs

Sub-topic          : 1.6 What Plants Need 3

Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a) Identify the basic need of plants.
b) Give reasons why plants need air.

Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a) Plants need sunlight to stay healthy.
b) Plants need water to grow well.

Thinking skills : Generating ideas, making conclusions

Moral values : Being thankful to God, Being responsible about the safety of the environment

Teaching Strategies :
1 Teacher plays the introduction.

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2 Encourage pupils to predict what will happen to plants if not get enough air.

3 Teacher plays the experiment carry out by the pupils.

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4 Teacher guides  pupils to answers the questions in this component.
a. What to keep the same.
b. What to change.
c. What to observe.

5   Teacher plays the answers for the above questions.

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6  Teacher plays the experiment carry out by Hui Li.


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7      Teacher play the summary component. Emphasize that plant will wilt if they do not get water.

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Science Year 4 --- What Plants Need ( 2 )

Subject             : Science

Time                : 10 : 00 – 11: 00 (60 min)

Topic                : Living Things Have Basic Needs

Sub-topic          : 1.5 What Plants Need ( 2 )

Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to
a) Identify the basic need of plants.
b) Give reasons why plants need water.

Previous knowledge : Pupils have learnt about,
a) Plants need sunlight to stay healthy.
b) Plants need water to grow well.

Thinking skills : Generating ideas, making conclusions

Moral values : Being thankful to God, Being responsible about the safety of the environment

Teaching Strategies :
1 Teacher plays the introduction.

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2 Encourage pupils to predict what will happen to plants if not get enough water.

3 Teacher plays the experiment carry out by the pupils.

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4 Teacher guides  pupils to answers the questions in this component.
a. What to keep the same.
b. What to change.
c. What to observe.

5     Teacher plays the answers for the above questions.

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6  Teacher plays the experiment carry out by Shafiq.

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7      Teacher play the summary component. Emphasize that plant will wilt if they do not get water.

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