Saturday, 5 November 2011

Investigating the Earth and the Universe Year 5

Daily Lesson Plan


Class/Subject/Time
Activity
Impact
Year 5A
Science
8.00-8.30

Theme    : Investigating The Earth And The   Universe
LA          : Constellation
LO          : Understanding The Constellation
LOC     :  State what constellation is.
TLS        ;  1. Use of technology –CD-Rom
                  2. Discussion

Activities:
1.      Teacher uses the text and picture on page 97 on the textbook to ask the following questions:
·         Do you know what  stars are?
·         Why  do we see stars at night?
               Teacher ask pupils to look at the patterns
                formed by on the page.

2.      Pupils discuss that constellation is a group of stars that form a certain
      pattern in the sky from the mind map.

3.      Pupils sing together :                              ‘Twinkle,Twinkle Little Star’
       
4.      Pupils  name the Constellation in the worksheet given.

Assesment :
·         Answer question in the worksheet from the MY CD.



      

Sps

  • Observing
  • Communicating


Ms
  • Handle  science apparatus correctly and carefully..

Ccts
  • Relating
  • Visualizing

Nv
  • Being  thankful to god

Reflection







Daily Lesson Plan

Class/Subject/Time
Activity
Impact
Year 5A
Science
9.00.-10.00
Theme    : Investigating The Earth And The Universe
LA          : Constellation
LO          : Understanding The Constellation
LOC     :  Identify Constellation
TLS        ;  1. Use of technology –CD-Rom
                  2. Discussion
                  3.Worksheets
Activities:
1. Teacher begins the lesson on page 98 of the Textbook by showing pupils pictures, videos or power points presentation of a night sky.
·         Can you name the objects you see in the sky  ?
2  Teacher points to pupils a group of stars that forms  the Scorpion Constellation
·         Look at the pattern formed by this group of stars. Can you name the shape or pattern formed by these stars.?
·         Teacher give the explanation when can
       Scorpion Constellation be seen at night
3. Teacher continue with the another Constellation and give the explanation for every Constellation
·         Big Dipper
·         Southern Cross
·         Orion
         4.  Pupils draw and build a model to study the
         pattern of  
·         Big Dipper
·         Southern Cross
·         Orion
·         Scorpion
5.      Pupils make a list of the words that they learnt in this lesson.
6.      Teachers ask pupils  :   
·         What are the Noble Values from this lesson
·         What are the characteristic for every constellation.
Assesment :
Answer question in the worksheet from the MY CD.      
Sps

  • Observing
  • Communicating


Ms
  • Handle  science apparatus correctly and carefully.
  • Draw the picture correctly..

Ccts
  • Relating
  • Visualizing

Nv
  • Being  thankful to God

Reflection





PEKA
SPS 1, SPS 4
SMS 2, SMS 3

Daily Lesson Plan

Class/ Subject/ Time
Activity
Impact
Year 5
8.00-900
Science
Theme  :  Investigating The Earth And The
                Universe
LA        :  1. Constellation
LO        :  1.1  Understanding The
                 Constellation
LOC     :  State the importance of constellation
TLS      :  1. Use of technology (CD ROM)
                2. Discussion

Activity :
  1. Pupil gather information on the importance of constellation from the mind mapping/ MY CD.
  2. In group, pupil discuss  about the importance of constellation. E.g.:
a)      to show direction
b)      to indicate the time to carry out certain activity
  1. Pupil do exercise from the worksheet .

Assessment :
Answer question in the worksheet from the MY CD.
SPS :
Communicating
Observing



CCTS:
Relating and visualizing

NV:
Being thankful to god
Pupil realize the importance of god creation

PEKA
SPS1 , SPS 4




Reflection:
75 % of pupil can answer question correctly using both exercise.






Class/ Subject/ Time
Activity
Impact
Year 5
8.00-900
Science
Theme  :  Investigating The Earth And The
                Universe
LA        :  2.  The Earth, The Moon And The
                Sun
LO        :  2.1  Understanding the movement of
                 the earth, the moon and the sun
LOC     :  State that the earth rotates on its axis
                State the earth rotates and at the same   
                time move round the Sun.

TLS      :  1. Use of technology (CD ROM)
                2. Video
                3.. Discussion

Activity :
  1. Pupils do the simulation about the earth rotates on its axis. At the same time it moves round the Sun.
  2. Repeat activity 1 :
-Moon rotates on it axis at the same time
  it moves round the Sun.
  1. Combine activity 1 and 2 to show the
       rotation of the moon on their axes and
       at the same time they move around the 
       sun.
  1. In group, pupil discuss   about the rotation with teaching courseware like globe.
  2. Pupil do exercise in the worksheet .

Assessment :
Answer question in the worksheet from the MY CD.
SPS
Observing
Making inferences
Communicating

MS:
Draw the earth at  its axis

CCTS:
Generating  ideas

NV:
Being thankful to god
Pupil realize the importance of god creation
Being cooperative
Realizing that science is a mean understand nature


Reflection:
75 % of pupil can answer question correctly using both exercise.









DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS/
SUBJECT/TIME

ACTIVITY
IMPACT

YEAR 5 A

8.30-9.30

SCIENCE
























THEME: Investigating The Earth and The
                Universe

LA  :  2  The Earth, The Moon, and The
              Sun

LO:  2.1 Understanding the movement of
              the earth, the moon and the sun.

LOC : Describe the changes in length and
           position of the shadow throughout
           the day

TLS :1.Pupils make an experiment on
             length and Position of the shadow
             throughout the day
         2.Discussion

ACTIVITY:
  1.Teacher prepares pupils to do the
      Investigation on the length and position
      of the shadow  throughout the day.
  2.Pupils observe and record the length and
     position of the shadow of a pole at
     different time of the day.
  3.Teacher tells pupils to be honest in
     Recording the length and position of the
     shadow.
  3.Pupils discuss and state their
     investigation record in groups.
 
ASSESSMENT
 Answer questions in Practical 16 in  
 Practical Book.


SPS
* using space-time
   relationship
* observing


MS
* Draw specimens and
   apparatus


CCTS
* Sequencing
* Generating ideas

NV
* Being thankful to
   God





REFLECTION
75% of pupils can
answer question
correctly Practical 16












DAILY LESSON PLAN

CLASS/
SUBJECT/TIME

ACTIVITY
IMPACT

YEAR 5 A

8.30-9.30

SCIENCE
























THEME: Investigating The Earth and The
                Universe

LA  :  2

LO:  2.1

LOC : Conclude that the Earth rotates on
            Its axis from west to east.

TLS :1.Discussion
         2.Simulation

ACTIVITY:
  1.Teacher shows a video of the rotations
      and movement of the Earth and the
      Moon around the Sun.
  2.Pupils observe the video and discuss:
     - How many times does the Earth rotate
        on its axis in a year?
     - Which direction does the Earth rotate
        as seen from the North Pole?
  3.Pupils are required to say out the
     Conclusion based on the questions.
 

ASSESMENT
 Answer questions in the worksheet and
 courseware..












SPS
* Making inferences
* Generating ideas


MS
* Use and handle
   science apparatus
   and substances.


CCTS
* Sequencing
* Generating ideas

NV
* Being thankful to
   God






REFLECTION
75% of pupils can
answer question
correctly in both
exercises.











DAYLY LESSON PLAN


CLASS/
SUBJECT/TIME

ACTIVITY
IMPACT

YEAR 5 A

8.30-9.30

SCIENCE







THEME:  Investigating The Earth and  
                  The Universe

LA  :  2

LO  :  2.1

LOC : 2.1.3  State that the moon rotates
                      on its axis.
2.1.4        State that the moon rotates
                      and at the same time moves
                      round the Earth.

TLS  : 1.  Simulation – Pupils role play
                 the rotation of the Moon and
                 their movements around the   
                 Earth.
            2.  Discussion.

ACTIVITY :

  1. Pupils role play a simulation.
  2. Pupils act as the Earth and the Moon
  3. In group of four, pupils discuss the rotations and the movements of the
      Earth and the Moon.
  1. Pupils do exercises on how the moon rotates and moves around the Earth.

ASSEMENT :
Pupils answer questions in the worksheet.
    


SPS :
*  Observing
*  Making Inferences
*  Communicating

MS :
Sketches the situations of the Earth and the Moon with the correct one.

CCTS :
*  Attributing
*  Generating Ideas

NV :
*  Being thankful of God
*  Being cooperate with
    another when doing
    the investigations.

REFLECTION :






DAYLY LESSON PLAN


CLASS/
SUBJECT/TIME

ACTIVITY
IMPACT

YEAR 5 A

8.30-9.30

SCIENCE







THEME: Investigating The Earth and
                The Universe

LA  :  2

LO  :  2.1

LOC : 2.1.5  State that the Moon and the
                      Earth move round the Sun at
                      the same time.

TLS  : 1.   Use of technology – CD ROM
2.      Simulation – Pupils role play
      the rotation of the Moon and  
      their movements around the
      Earth.
            3.  Discussion.

ACTIVITY :

  1. Set up the equipments for pupils to view CD – ROM.
  2. Pupils role play a simulation.
  3. Pupils act as the Earth, the Moon and the Sun.
  4. In group of four, pupils discuss the rotations and the movements of the
      Earth and the Moon around the
      Sun.
  1. Pupils do exercises on how the Earth and the Moon rotates and moves around the Sun

ASSEMENT :
Pupils answer questions in the worksheet and MY Cd.
    

SPS :
*  Observing
*  Making Inferences
*  Communicating

MS :
Sketches the situations of the Earth, the Moon and The Sun with the correct one.

CCTS :
*  Attributing
*  Generating Ideas

NV :
*  Being thankful of God
*  Being cooperate with
    another when doing
    the investigations.

REFLECTION :




Class/
Subject/Time
Activity
Impact

Year 5 Arif
Science
8.00-9.00














Theme  : Investigating The Earth and The Universe

L. Area : The Earth, The Moon and The Sun

L.Objectives : 2.2 Understanding the occurrence of day and
                       Night.
L. Outcomes :
  • state that it is day time for the part of the Earth facing the Sun.
  • state it is night time for the part of the Earth facing away from the Sun.
TLS    : Simulation, Discussion and Use the Technology of
             CD-ROM
Activities :
  1. Pupils view video or computer simulation on how days and nights are formed.
  2. Teacher instructs pupils to do simple activities :
    • Asks pupils to role-play the Earth and the Sun.
    • Sets the lamp as the Sun.
    • Pupils imagine their body as the Earth.
    • Pupils stand facing the light.
    • After that, pupils facing away from the Sun.
  3. Teacher asks a few questions :
·        Can you see the Sun?
·        Is it day time or night time?
·        What happens when you face away from the light?
·        Is it day time or night time?
4.    Teacher explains the term for The Earth rotates for occurrence day and night.
5.    Pupils fill in the blanks with the correct answers.

Assesment: answer 7 questions in worksheet and CD-ROM

SPS:

  • Observing
  • Predicting
  • Communicating

CCTS :
  • Visualizing
  • Analysing

NV :

  • Being thankful to God.
  • Appreciating the balance of nature.
  • Being systematic

Reflection :

80%- are able to answer the exercises

20% - need more guidance.




CLASS/SUBJECT
/TIME
ACTIVITY
IMPACT
Year 5

9.00-10.00

Science.
THEME: Investigating The Earth
                and The Universe.
L/Area:2. The Earth, The Moon and
                The Sun
L/ Objevtivies:2.1   Understanding
                The occurrence of day and
                night.
L/Outcomes: Explain that day and night
                occur due to the rotation of the
                earth on its axis.
TLS:
        1. Simulation
        2  Discussion

ACTIVITY:
1. Teacher asks pupils on how day and   
    night occur.
2. Teacher sets up the globe and light so
    they are at the same level and the light is
    shining on the globe.
3. Teacher tells pupils that the light
    represents the Sun and the globe
    represents the Earth.
4. Teacher ask pupils to locate Malaysia on
    the globe. Then, turn the globe so that
    Malaysia is directly opposite of light.
    Teacher asks pupils ‘Is it daytime or
    night-time in Malaysia?’
5. Teacher ask pupils to rotate the globe
    counter clockwise and stop at the point
where change from the light to dark
occur. Teacher remains pupils to be
honest in recording the observation.
6. Teacher asks pupils on how long does
the Earth take to complete on rotation.
Ensure pupils understand that one
complete rotation takes 24 hours or one
day.
7. Pupils draw diagram to show the
    occurrence of day and night.

ASSESMENT :
 Pupils draw diagram to show the occurrence of day and night in the woorksheet.


SPS:
  • Communicating
  • Observing
  • Using space-time relationship

MS:
  • Draw diagrams to show the occurrence of day and night.

CCTS:
  • Relating
  • Comparing and contrasting

NV:
  • Being thankful to God.
  • Being honest in recording.
  • Being cooperative.

REFLECTION.

75% of pupils can draw diagrams to show the occurrence of day and night


Class/Subject/
Time
Activity
Impact
Year 5 M

Science

(8:00 - 9:00 )
Theme : Understanding the phases of the moon

LA       : 2       The Earth, The Moon and
                       The    Sun.

LO       : 2.3     Understanding the
                         phases of the  moon.

LOC     : 2.3.1  state that the Moon
                        does not emit light.

2.3.2     explain that the Moon
           appears  bright when it
           reflects sunlight.

TLS       : 1.   Use of  teaching C-D Rom

                2.   Discussion in group.

Activity  :

1.  Pupils view C-D Rom and discuss that the  Moon does not emit light but reflects the  sunlight.

2.  Pupils carry out an experiment by using a  mirror as the Moon and a torchlight as the  Sun .

3. Pupils discuss and conclude that the Moon appears bright when it reflects sunlight.

Assessment  :
Answering questions from the CD-ROM.         
SPS :
-   observing
-   communicating
-   experimenting.

MS :

- Use science  
  Apparatus carefully.

CCTS :

- Making analogies.
- Making 
  conclusion.

NV :

- Being thankful to
   God.

Reflection :

85% of the pupils can answer questions correctly.                                        
 







CLASS/SUBJECT

ACTIVITY

IMPACT

Year 5 A
SCIENCE
(8.00 – 9.00 a.m)

Theme : Investigating The Earth and The Universe

L.A : 2. The Earth, The Moon and The  Sun

L.O : 2.3 Understanding the phases of the Moon

LOC : Describe the phases of the Moon

TLS : 1. Discussion
          2. Use of technology – CD Rom
          3. Project – the phases of the Moon

Activities: 1. Teacher asks pupil what shape
                      they think the moon is.
                2. Pupils draw shape of the Moon
                    that they think.
                3. Teacher asks pupils if they have
                    ever seen the Moon appears in
                    a different shape.
                4. Teacher asks pupils questions
                     for discussion.
                5. Pupils view video on the phases
                    of the Moon.
                6. Pupils use a ping pong ball and
                    light source to simulate the
                    following phases of the Moon:
a)    new moon
b)    crescent
c)    half moon
d)    full moon
                7. Pupils carry out a project to
                    Observe and record the phases
                    of the Moon for a month and
                    relate them to the dates of the
                    lunar calendar.

Assessment:
       Answer questions in the worksheet and CD –ROM.


SPS :
  • Communicating
  • Measuring and using numbers
  • Using space-time
Relationship

MS :
     Use and handle
     Science apparatus
     and substances.

CCTS :
    Generating ideas
    Relating

NV :
    Being honest and
    and accurate in
    recording and
    validating data

    Being thankful to God

Reflection
80% of pupils can
answer questions
correctly using both
exercises.

PEKA
SPS 3, SPS 4, SPS 5
SMS 1

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