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Monthly Syllabus,Months Contents,August September Discovering plants. October Gases all around,November Electricity Revision. December Mid Year Examination,January Keeping healthy. February Keeping healthy,March Changing states of matter. April Sounds all around,May Final Examination,Discovering Plants Chapter 4 pg 81 117.
In this unit pupils build on their previous knowledge reproduction and plant growth to develop their. knowledge of, Sexual reproduction in flowering plants including pollination fertilisation seed formation and. Scientific Enquiry work focuses on, Selecting ideas and plans for testing based upon previous knowledge understanding and research. Using appropriate sampling techniques where required to obtain reliable measurements. Present results describing correlations and drawing conclusions. Choosing apparatus and deciding which measurements and observations are necessary. Assessing any hazards and controlling risk,Obtaining reliable results. Making conclusions using scientific knowledge and understanding. Recommended Vocabulary for this unit, Pollination fertilization dispersal pollen ovule germination edible fleshy temperature. dicotyledonous monocotyledon,Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource.
Reproduction of Understand sexual They will select locally Selection of locally. flowering plants reproduction in flowering occurring flowering occurring flowering. plants including plants identify the plants Photos may be. pollination fertilization different parts of the substituted for live. seed formation and plant including leaf specimens,dispersal stem roots flower. Review the functions of Selection of flowers from, The need for each part and explain that They will discuss the locally occurring plants. reproduction the flower is the part difference between Hand lenses. where sexual flowers from different Microscopes fresh pollen. reproduction takes place plant grains glucose sol slides. Pollination and its,and cover slips,types Identify the positions and. functions of the Will Investigate, reproductive parts of a examples of wind and A range of fruits Photos. flowering plant insect pollinated may be substituted for. flowers live diagrams live specimens,Fertilization Explain what is meant by.
or photographs and if,pollination,possible a local flower http resources. Discuss different ways showing the pollen and Woodlands junior. Seed and fruit pollen may travel from sticky stigma clearly kent sch uk revision scie. dispersal one flower to another nce living plants html. Discuss the advantages They will draw, and dis advantages of self diagrams to show how http www primaryreso. pollination and cross the pollen causes a urces co uk science flow. Germination pollination tube to grow down the er htm. Explain what is meant by style and into the ovary, fertilisation Observe to allow fertilization http urbanext illinois ed. pollen tubes using a u gpe case4 c4m1ac htm, Plant growth and life microscope Students will observe l. cycle Discuss the variety of soaked broad bean, seeds and identify what seeds with the help of Power point.
part of different plants hand lenses presentation,contains the seed e g. cherry stones orange They will examine a,pips tomato seeds wheat wide range of fruits. ears and discuss methods of,Evaluate the methods dispersal. used and refine for further,investigations They will Investigate. wind dispersal by,Research the life cycle of a,making a paper model.
flowering plant and,two or more wings,display on a hoop of. and a weighted,Gases All Around, In this unit pupils build on their previous knowledge of materials and their properties to develop their. knowledge of how the recognize gases as state of matter their properties and uses different gases in. atmosphere their harmful and useful effects air content in soil and air as good insulator of heat. Recommended Vocabulary for this unit, nobel gases helium neon argon oxygen carbon dioxide hydrogen gas advertisement laser lights. food conservation and packaging breathing global warming greenhouse effect combustion. Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource, Properties of State that matter is anything that has Students will measure. matter gases mass and occupies space mass and volume using. appropriate apparatus,Gases have Differentiate between the three states.
mass and of matter solid liquid gas in terms Students will try to. occupy of shape and volume compress air in syringes. Small sealed plastic,space or balloons Give,syringes without. Explain why gases have a pressure explanations in terms of. needles should be, Do gases Explain why it is possible to blow up a trying to force things used. have definite balloon or fill a gas syringe with gas together. shapes and,volume Demonstrate pressure in,Understand that air is a mixture of. Gases around different gases,A container of at least Flexible container. us Explain the uses of the gases present e g plastic bottle. three liters is connected,in the air vacuum or suction.
Air content in to a vacuum or suction,Know that air is trapped in soil to. pump and compressed pump balloons tin,soil enable the animals which live in the. by the pressure of the with lid as,soil to breathe suggested. atmosphere, Explain air as a good insulator of heat They will Identify good. Outline plans to carry out and poor conductors of,Air as an investigations considering the heat.
insulator variables to control change or good conductors metals. observe poor conductors wood,plastics air,Electricity Chap 6 pg 141 151. In this unit pupils were able to understand the term static electricity in term of charges its usage in. the daily life and ways of using and conserving electricity. Static electricity and the concept of charge, How common types of component including cells batteries affect current. Recommended Vocabulary for this unit, Charge positive negative insulator attraction repulsion static. Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource, What is Describe static Students will Plastic rulers balloons plastic rods pieces of. static electricity and the charge by cloth e g duster T shirt. electricity concept of charge rubbing plastic http www sciencemadesimple com static html. rulers pick up, Make observations small pieces of http www quia com rr 48147 html.
and measurements paper strips of,cling film spring. Uses of State the uses of static apart balloons,static stick to walls. electricity in air,electricity conditioner filters plastic rods. deflect a steady,electrostatic wipes,electrostatic dusters. photocopiers and,spray painting etc,Will explain,Know that many.
objects around us,charges move,Using such as electrical. and appliances lighting,circumstances,saving and IT gadgets run on. and that by,electricity electricity moving away,from a neutral. Understand how to site they leave,use and save a net positive. electricity wisely and charge They,effectively will also induce.
charges on,material The,effect is only,noticeable on. insulators,conductors,allow negative,charge to pass. to the hand,and then to,December Mid Term Exams,Keeping healthy Chap 1 pg 1 14. In this unit pupils build on their previous knowledge of the characteristics of living things to develop. their knowledge of, The basic components of the circulatory system and their functions. To develop the understanding of the structure and function of human heart. Distinguish between contagious and non contagious diseases their causes symptoms and. preventions, Differentiate between analgesic and medicinal drugs.
The effects of smoking,Recommended Vocabulary for this unit. Circulation contagious non contagious blood vessels heart plasma arteries veins capillaries. addiction antibiotics antiviral nicotine tobacco,Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource. Heart lung artery vein, Circulatory Recognise and model the Name the major parts of capillary. system in the basic components of the the circulatory system. human body circulatory system and Explain the working of the Produce advice posters or. know their functions heart power pointpresentations. Blood Explain the functions of Prepared slides on taking care of your heart. Recognise white and red http sumanasinc com web, blood cells An appropriate video will content animations content. Blood vessels be screened for studying humanheart html. Relate the structure of the heart,The Heart red blood cells and white.
blood cells to their Listen to a heart beat,functions through a stethoscope a. home made one will,Use diagrams to show Magazines and internet. that blood transports,Contagious and substances around the. body Demonstration of a,dissection of an animal,contagious Recognize the heart as a. diseases muscular organ whose,function is to pumping of.
Students will carefully,Useful and,through magazines and. harmful drugs Distinguish between,internet Collect pictures. contagious and non,showing different,contagious diseases. contagious and non,Tobacco their causes symptoms,contagious diseases. and preventions,Group assignment,Understand that drugs.
are substances that can,change the functions of,the body specially the. brain and nervous,system when taken into,Understand the term. drug abuse,Know that tobacco,contains nicotine which. can cause addiction and,damage to the brain and,Changing States of Matter Chap 4 pg 55 73. In this unit pupils build on their previous knowledge of materials and their properties to develop their. knowledge of how the particle theory of matter and how this can explain the properties of solids liquids. and gases including changes of state,Recommended Vocabulary for this unit.
Melting boiling freezing condensing evaporating water cycle precipitation condense filtration. distillation water vapours,Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource. Changes of state Differentiate between the Students will compare. three states of matter solid water in 3 states Show concern for. When water loses liquid gas in terms of shape water as a limited. heat and volume Students will natural resource and. freezing and Investigate the effect the need for water. condensation Recognise that water can exist of heat gain or loss on conservation. in three interchangeable the temperature and, When water gains states of matter state of water and. heat communicate findings Thermometers, melting boiling Show an understanding of when ice is heated it heating apparatus. evaporation how water changes from one melts and changes to e g Bunsen. state to another water at 0oC, The water cycle and Melting solid to liquid when water is cooled. its importance Evaporation Boiling liquid to it freezes and changes Ice beakers. gas to ice at 0oC thermometers, Condensation gas to liquid when water is heated heating apparatus.
Freezing liquid to solid it boils and changes to e g Bunsen. steam at 100oC,Recognise the importance of when steam is cooled. the water cycle it condenses to water,Purifying and. Recognise the importance of,treating water,water to life processes. Explain the purification of Show co,water by distillation and natural resour. filtration conservation,Know that water is precious.
and must be conserved,Sounds all around Chap 5 pg 119 139. In this unit pupils build on their previous knowledge of the types of energy to develop their knowledge. The properties of sound in terms of movement of air particles. The link between loudness and pitch and frequency, Sounds as a source of communication and expression terms like frequency pitch echo and internal. structure of human ear,Recommended Vocabulary for this unit. Vibration waves ear drum pitch frequency echo,Contents Learning Objectives Activity Resource. Sounds The properties of sound in terms of Students will Investigate Rulers rubber. around us movement of air particles how sounds are made bands dried peas. Sounds are Understand that sounds are containers e g. produced by produced by vibration yogurt cartons, vibration Investigate how fast travels sound test tubes.
Travelling Discuss examples which show that They will make sounds cardboard tubes. sound sound is travelling more slowly than with simple objects such metal rods etc. light noise across a field as plucking stretched A sharp sound. Sound waves thunderstorms elastic bands on a box which can be. heard at least 200,Relate sound to hearing twanging rulers blowing. How do our Demonstrate ear structure using a across test tubes Pupils. ears hear should suggest how their Stop watches,model ear Discuss ways of. sounds preventing ear damage instrument might be, Demonstrate the sound can be travel given a range of different. Can sound through solid liquid and gases a notes and the ability to. travel through slinky Students should discuss that be loud or soft. solid liquid sound also travels through water,and gases swimming pools whales Model ear. ultrasound and through solids,Pitch ticking watch through table railway.
Distinguish between pleasant and, Pleasant and unpleasant sounds high pitched end Correcting common. DAWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL SCIENCE SYLLABUS 2014 15 CLASS V Book International primary Science 5 Work Book 5 Ho Peck Leng Marshall Cavendish Education Aims The Science Syllabus aims to Provide students with experiences which build on their interest in and stimulate their curiosity about their environment Provide students with basic scientific terms and concepts to help them understand

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