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YEARLY PLAN SCIENCE

YEAR 5 (2010)

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INVESTIGATING LIVING THINGS
1 1. Microorgani 1.1Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(4-8 JANUARY) sm microorganism is a 1.1.1 State types of microorganisms.
living thing. 1.1.2 State that yeast is an example of microorganism.
2 PROGRAM MAJU DIRI
(11-15 (AFTER RECESS)
JANUARY)
2 1.1.3 State that microorganism breathes.
(11-15JANUARY)
3 1.1.4 State that microorganism grows.
(18-22 1.1.5 State that microorganism moves.
JANUARY) 1.1.6 Conclude that microorganisms are living things and
most of them cannot be seen with naked eyes.
4 1.1State examples of use At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(25-29 of microorganisms. 1 State examples of use of microorganisms.
JANUARY) 1.2.2 State the harmful effects of microorganisms.
1.2.3 Describe that diseases caused by
microorganisms can spread
from one person to another.
1.2.4 Explain ways to prevent diseases caused by
microorganisms.

5 1. Survival of 1.1Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(1-5 FEBRUARY) the species different animals have 1.1.1 Give examples of animals that take care of their

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their own ways to eggs and young.
ensure the survival of 2.1.2 Explain how animals take care of their eggs and
their species. young.
1.1.2 Explain why animals take care of their eggs and
young.
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6 1.2Understanding that 1.2.1 State various ways plants disperse their seeds and
(8-11 different plants have fruits.
their own ways to 1.2.2 Explain why plants need to disperse seeds or fruits.
FEBRUARY)
ensure the 1.2.3 Give examples of plant that disperse seeds and
survival of their fruits by water.
species. 1.2.4 Give examples of plant that disperse seeds and
fruits by wind.
1.2.5 Give examples of plant that disperse seeds and
fruits by animals.
1.2.6 Give examples of plant that disperse seeds by
explosive mechanism.
1.2.7 Relate characteristics of seeds and fruits to the
ways they are dispersed.
1.3 Realising the 1.3.1 predict what will happen if some species of animals
importance of survival or plants do not survive.
of the species.
7 3 Food chain 3.1Understanding food 3.1.1 Identify animals and the food they eat.
(15-19 and food chains. 3.1.2 Classify animals into herbivore, carnivore and
FEBRUARY) webs. omnivore.
3.1.3 Construct food chain.
3.1.4 Identify producer.
3.1.5 Identify consumer.
15 & 16 FEBRUARY
CHINESE NEW YEAR

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8 3.2Synthesizing food 3.2.1 Construct a food web.
(22-26 chains to construct 3.2.2 Construct food webs of different habitats.
FEBRUARY) food web. 3.2.3 Predict what will happen if there is a change in
population of a certain species in a food web.
3.2.4 Explain what will happen to certain species of
animals if they eat only one type of food.
24 FEBRUARY
CROSS COUNTRY

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9 1. Microorgani Answering technique for At the end of this lesson pupils should be able to:
(1-5 MARCH) sm section B Answering Science Process Skills questions:
2. Survival Of
i. Observing
The Species
ii. Making inferences
3. Food Chain
iii. Controlling variables
and Food
iv. Making hypothesis
Webs
v. Interpreting data
10
(8-12 MARCH) UJIAN PENGESANAN PERTAMA

11
(15-19 MARCH) MID TERM 1 HOLIDAYS

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INVESTIGATING FORCE AND ENERGY
12 1. Energy 1.1Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(22-26 MARCH) uses of energy. 1.1.1 Explain why energy is needed.
1.1.2 Give examples where and when energy is used.
1.1.3 State various sources of energy.
13 1.2Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(29 MARCH – energy can be 1.2.1 State the various forms of energy.
2 APRIL) transformed from one 1.2.2 State that energy can be transformed.
form to another. 1.2.3 Give examples of appliances that make use of
energy transformation.
14 1.3Understanding At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(5-9 APRIL) renewable and non- 1.3.1 State what renewable energy is.
renewable energy. 1.3.2 State what non-renewable energy is.
1.3.3 List renewable energy resources.
1.3.4 List non-renewable energy resources.
15 At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(12-16 APRIL) 1.3.5 Explain why we need to use energy wisely.

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1.3.6 Explain why renewable energy is better than non-
renewable energy.
1.3.7 Give examples on how to save energy.
1.3.8 Practise saving energy.
16 2. Electricity 2.1Knowing the sources of At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to:
(19-23 APRIL) electricity. 2.1.1 State the sources of electricity.
2.2Understanding a series At the end of this lesson pupils should be able to:
circuit and parallel 2.2.1 Identify the symbols of various components in a
circuit. simple electric circuit.
2.2.2 Draw circuit diagrams.
2.2.3 Identify the difference in the arrangement of bulbs
in series and
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Parallel circuits.
17 At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(26-30 APRIL) 2.2.4 Build a series circuit.
2.2.5 Build a parallel circuit.
2.2.6 Compare the brightness of the bulbs in a series and
a parallel circuit.
2.2.7 Compare the effect on the bulbs when various
switches in a series circuit and a parallel circuit are
off.
18 2.3Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(3-7 MAY) safety precautions to 2.3.1 Describe the danger of mishandling electrical
be taken when appliances.
handling electrical 2.3.2 Explain the safety precautions to be taken when
appliances. using electrical appliances.

3. Light 3.1Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :

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light travels in a 3.1.1 State that light travels in a straight line.
straight line. 3.1.2 Give examples to verify that light travels in a
straight line.
19 At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(10-14 MAY) 3.1.3 Describe how shadow is formed.
3.1.4 Design a fair test to find out what cause the size of
a shadow to change by deciding what to keep the
same, what to change and what to observe.
3.1.5 Design a fair test to find out what factors cause the
shape of a shadow to change by deciding what to
keep the same, what to change and what to
observe.
20 3.2 Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(17-21 MAY) light can be reflected. 3.2.1 State that light can be reflected.
3.2.2 Draw ray diagrams to show reflection of light.
3.2.3 Give examples of uses of reflection of light in
everyday life.
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21 REVISION FOR MID YEAR EXAM
(24-28 MAY) 28 MAY : WESAK DAY
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(31 MAY – 4 MID YEAR EXAMINATION
JUNE)
23 & 24
MID YEAR HOLIDAYS
(5 -20 JUNE)
25 3 Heat 3.1Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(21-25 JUNE) temperature is 3.1.1 State that when a substance gains heat it will
indicator of degree of become warmer.

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hotness. 3.1.2 State that when a substance loses heat it will
become cooler.
3.1.3 Measure temperature using the correct technique
state the metric unit for temperature.
3.1.4 State the metric unit for temperature.
26 At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(28 JUNE – 2 3.1.5 State that temperature of an object or material
JULY) increases as it gains heat.
3.1.6 State that temperature of an object or material
decreases as it loses heat.
3.1.7 Conclude that the temperature is an indicator to
measure hotness.
27 3.2Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(5-9 JULY) effects of heat on 3.2.1 State that matter expands when heated.
matter. 3.2.2 State that matter contracts when cooled.
3.2.3 Give examples of the application of the principle of
expansion and contraction in everyday life.

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INVESTIGATING MATERIALS
28 1. States of 1.1 Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(12-16 JULY) Matter. matter exist in the 1.1.1 Classify objects and materials into three states of
form of solid, liquid matter.
and gas. 1.1.2 State the properties of solid.
At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
1.1.3 State the properties of liquid.
1.1.4 State that some liquids flow faster than others.

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1.1.5 State the properties of gas.

29 1.2Understanding that At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :


(19-23 JULY) matter can change 1.2.1 State that water can change its state.
from one state to 1.2.2 Conclude that water can exist in any of the three
another. states of matter.
1.2.3 Identify the processes involved when a matter
changes from one state to another.
1.2.4 Identify factors that affect the rate of evaporation of
water.
30 REVISION FOR UJIAN PENGESANAN KEDUA
(26-30 JULY)
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UJIAN PENGESANAN KEDUA
(2-6 AUGUST)
32 1.3Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(9-13 AUGUST) water cycle. 1.3.1 Describe how clouds are formed.
1.3.2 Describe how rain is formed.
1.3.3 Explain how water is circulated in the environment.
1.3.4 Explain the importance of water cycle.
1.4Appreciating the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
importance of water 1.4.1 Give reasons why we need to keep our water
resources. resources clean.

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1.4.2 Describe ways to keep our water resources clean.
33 1 Acid and 1.1 Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(16-20 AUGUST) Alkali. properties of acidic, 1.1.1 Identify acidic, alkaline and neutral substances
alkaline and neutral using litmus paper.
substances. 1.1.2 Identify the taste of acidic and alkaline food.

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1.1.3 Conclude the properties of acidic alkaline and
neutral substances.

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INVESTIGATING THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE
34 1 Constellatio 1.1 Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(23-27 n. constellation. 1.1.1 State what constellation is.
AUGUST) 1.1.2 Identify constellations.
1.1.3 State the importance of constellations.

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27 AUGUST
NUZUL AL-QURAN
35 1 The Earth, 1.1Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(30 AUGUST – The Moon movements of the 1.1.1 State that the Earth rotates on its axis.
3 SEPTEMBER) and The Earth, the Moon and 1.1.2 State that the Earth rotates and at the same time
Sun. the Sun. moves round the Sun.
1.1.3 State that the Moon rotates on its axis.
1.1.4 State that the Moon rotates and at the same time
moves round the Earth.
1.1.5 State that the Moon and the Earth move round the
Sun at the same time.
31 AUGUST
NATIONAL DAY
36 MID TERM 2 HOLIDAYS
(4-12
(10 & 11 SEPTEMBER : HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI)
SEPTEMBER)
37 At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(13-17 1.1.6 Describe the changes in length and position of the
SEPTEMBER) shadow throughout the day.
1.1.7 Conclude the Earth rotates on its axis from west to
east.
16 SEPTEMBER
MALAYSIA DAY
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38 1.2 Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(20-24 occurrence of day and 1.2.1 State that it is day time for the part of the Earth
SEPTEMBER) night. facing the Sun.
1.2.2 State it is night time or the part of the Earth facing

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away from the Sun.
1.2.3 Explain that day and night occur due to the rotation
of the earth on its axis.
39 1.3Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(27 SEPTEMBER phases of the Moon. 1.3.1 State that the Moon does not emit light.
– 1.3.2 Explain that the Moon appears bright when it
1 OCTOBER) reflects sunlight.
1.3.3 Describe the phases of the Moon.

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INVESTIGATING TECHNOLOGY

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40 1. Strength 1.1Knowing the shapes of At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
(4-8 OCTOBER) and objects in structures. 1.1.1 State the shapes of objects.
Stability. 1.1.2 Identify shapes in structure.

1.2Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :


strength and stability 1.2.1 Identify shapes of objects that are stable.
of a structure. 1.2.2 Identify the factors that affect stability of objects.
1.2.3 Explain how base area affects stability.
1.2.4 Explain how height affects stability.
1.2.5 Identify the factors that affect the strength of a
structure.
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(11-15 REVISION FOR FINAL YEAR EXAM
OKTOBER)
42 & 43
FINAL YEAR EXAMINATION
(18-29
OKTOBER)
1. Strength 1.1 Understanding the At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to :
44 and strength and stability 1.2.6 Design a model that is strong and stable.
(2-5 Stability. of a structure.
NOVEMBER) 3 NOVEMBER
DEEPAVALI
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(8-12 CLASS MANAGEMENT
NOVEMBER)

46 CLASS MANAGEMENT
(15-19 17 NOVEMBER
NOVEMBER) HARI RAYA AIDILADHA
FINAL YEAR HOLIDAYS

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SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN SUNGAI BUAYA,
48010, RAWANG, SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN.

YEARLY PLAN SCIENCE


YEAR 5
2010
TEACHER’S : PN. HELYZA BT. HAYES
NAME

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CLASS : 5 (NILAM & ZAMRUD)

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