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YEARLY LESSON PLAN

SCIENCE FORM 3
2010

WEEK DATE LEARNING AREA / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES NOTES


1 4 Jan – 8 Jan RESPIRATION
1.1 The Human Breathing Mechanism
• Analysing the human breathing mechanism Activity 1.2
• Identify the structure of the human respiratory system
• Identify the structure of the lung
• describe the process of inhalation and exhalation
• relate the changes of air pressure in the thoracic cavity to inhalation and exhalation.
• describe the breathing mechanism.

1.2 The Transport of Oxygen in the Human Body.


• describe the diffusion of oxygen from alveoli into the blood capillaries.
• describe the transport of oxygen by blood
• describe the diffusion of oxygen from the blood capillaries. into the cells.
2 11 Jan – 15 Jan 1.3 The Importance of a Healthy Respiratory System.
• list the substance which are harmful to the respiratory system. Activity 1.10
• explain the effects of pollutants on the respiratory system.
• practice good habits to improve the quality of air.
3 18 Jan – 22 Jan BLOOD CIRCULATION AND TRANSPORT
2.1 The Transport System in Human
• describe the circulatory system as a system of tubes with a pump and valves that ensure
one way flow of blood.
• state the function of heart.
• identify the structure of the human heart.
• compare and contrast the structure of arteries, veins and capillaries.
• relate the characteristics of the blood vessels to their functions.
• compare and contrast oxygenated and deoxygenated blood.
• illustrate the path of blood flow in the circulatory system.
• describe the role of the blood circulatory system in the transport of substances.
• explain the importance of maintaining a healthy heart
4 28 Jan – 29 Jan 2.2 Human Blood
• state the constituents of blood and their functions. 25, 26 & 27 - Cuti
• state the blood groups. Tahun Baru Cina
• match the blood group of the donor to that of the recipient.
• justify the importance of blood donation.
• describe how donated blood is stored and handled.

5 1 Feb – 5 Feb TOV ( UJIAN PENGESANAN ) F1,F2,CHAP.1 F3


6 8 Feb – 12 Feb 2.3 The Transport System in Plants
• describe how wilting occurs.
• describe what transpiration is.
• describe the function of stomata.
• identify the factors affecting the rate of transpiration.
• describe how the factors affect the rate of transpiration.
• describe the roles of transpiration.
• investigate the pathway of water in a cut stem using a suitable stains. Activity 2.13 & 2.14
• identify the location of xylem and phloem.
• describe the function of xylem and phloem.
7 15 Feb – 19 Feb EXCRETION
3.1 Human Excretion
• explain what excretion is
• identify the excretory organs in human
• state the excretory products of each excretory organ
• explain the importance of excretion

3.2 Human Urinary System


• identify the locations of kidneys and other parts of the urinary system
• describe the shape of the kidneys
• identify the structure of the kidneys
• describe the function of the kidneys
• explain the importance of maintaining healthy kidneys

3.3 Excretion in Plants.


• describe the ways plants eliminate their excretory products
• identify the excretory products of plants
WEEK DATE LEARNING AREA / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES NOTES
8 22 Feb – 26 Feb REPRODUCTION
4.1 Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
• state the importance of reproduction
• state the types of reproduction
• state what fertilisation is
• describe internal and external fertilisation
• compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction
• classify animals and plants according to their ways of reproduction.

4.2 The Male Reproductive System


• identify the parts of the male reproductive system
• describe the function of the different parts of the male reproductive system
• state the role of sperm in reproduction
• describe the changes in male during puberty
9 1 Mac – 5 Mac 4.3 The Female Reproductive System
• identify the parts of the female reproductive system 4 Mac – Cuti Ulang
• describe the function of the different parts of the female reproductive system Tahun Pertabalan
• state the role of an ovum in reproduction Kebawah DYMM
• describe the changes in female during puberty Sultan Terengganu
• compare and contrast male and female gametes in terms of size, numbers and mobility

4.4 The Menstrual Cycle


• describe the meaning of menstruation
• describe the menstrual cycle
• describe the changes in the uterus wall during menstrual cycle
• relate the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle to fertilization
• explain the importance of personal hygiene during menstruation
10 8 Mac – 12 Mac 4.5 Fertilisation and Pregnancy
• identify the locations of implantation of embryo 9 Mac – Cuti
• describe the development of a zygote into an embryo and subsequently into a foetus until Maulidur Rasul
birth
4.6 Pre-natal Care
• relate the importance of taking nutritious food to the health of both mother and foetus
during pregnancy
• explain the importance of avoiding the intake of substances that are harmful to the foetus
4.7 The Importance of Research in Human Reproduction
• state the meaning of sterility
• describe ways to overcome sterility
• describe the methods of birth control
• present argument against the abuse of birth control and its effects on the community
• explain the importance of research on human reproduction
15 Mac – 19 Mac CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1
11 22 Mac – 26 Mac 4.8 The Sexual Reproductive System of Flowering Plants
• identify the different parts of a flower
• identify the male and female reproductive parts of a flower
• identify the male and female gametes
• describe the functions of the male and female reproductive parts of a flower in sexual
reproduction
4.9 Pollination
• describe what pollination is
• relate the characteristics of flowers in their agents of pollination
• state the types of pollination
• compare and contrast self-pollination and cross-pollination
• explain the advantages of cross pollination
• explain with examples the uses of cross-pollination in agriculture
4.10 The Development of Fruits and Seeds in Plants
• identify the location where fertilisation occurs in flower
• describe fertilisation in plants
• describe the formation of fruits and seeds
12 29 Mac – 2 Apr 4.11 Germination of Seeds
• identify the structure of a seed
• explain the functions of the different parts of a seed
• describe the physical changes of seedlings during germination
• make hypothesis in the conditions required for the germination of seeds
• design an experiment to study the conditions required for germination of seeds
Activity 4.25
• carry out the experiment to study the conditions required for germination of seeds
• draw conclusions on the conditions required for germination of seeds
13 5 Apr – 9 Apr OTI 1 F1,F2,CHAP 1&2 F3
WEEK DATE LEARNING AREA / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES NOTES
14 12 Apr – 16 Apr 4.12 Application of Vegetative Reproduction in Flowering Plants
• explain with examples the meaning of vegetative reproduction
• state the parts of the plants that can reproduce vegetatively
• classify flowering plants according to the parts that can reproduce vegetatively
• describe the application of research carried out on vegetative reproduction in agriculture

GROWTH
5.1 The Pattern of Human Growth
• describe what growth is
• identify the characteristics used to measure growth rate
• analyse the growth curve for male and female
• compare and contrast between the growth rate in male and female
• describe the effects of nutrition on the growth in children
15 19 Apr – 23 Apr LAND AND IT RESOURCES
6.1 Minerals Found in the Earth’s Crust
• describe what a minerals is
• explain through examples that minerals exist in the form of natural elements or natural
compounds
• identify the elements in natural compounds Activity 6.6
• describe the properties of minerals
• write equations in words to show the effect of heat on the minerals
6.2 Reactions Between Metals and Non-metal
• state examples of metals and non-metals.
• describe the reactions between metals and non-metals.
• write equations in words for the reaction between metals and non-metals.
• state that metals react with non-metals at different rate
16 26 Apr – 30 Apr 6.3 Silicon Compounds
• state the different forms of silicon compounds.
• state examples of silica
• state examples of silicate
• relate the properties of silicon compounds to their stability
• explain through examples the uses of silicon compounds in our daily life.
6.4 Calcium compounds
• state the elements in calcium carbonate,
• identify the various forms of calcium carbonate Activity 6.15
• describe the properties of calcium carbonate
• write equations in words for the reactions of calcium carbonate,
• describe the formation of calcium oxide and calcium hydroxide,
• relate the properties of calcium compounds to their uses.
17 3 Mei – 7 Mei 6.5 Natural Fuel Resources and Their Importance
• list the natural fuel resources
• explain the formation of natural fuel resources
• describe the fractional distillation of petroleum.
• describe the characteristics of the various fractions from the fractional distillation of
petroleum.
• describe the uses of the various fractions of petroleum
• explain the contributions of petroleum and natural gas industry to the economic
development of our country.
• generate ideas on how to uses natural fuel resources efficiently.
18 10 Mei – 14 Mei ELECTRICITY
7.1 Electrostatics 10 Mei – Cuti Hari
• describe what electrostatics is, Kelepasan Am
• state the types of static electrical charges, Negeri
• state the properties of static electrical charges,
• describe how static electrical charges can be produced in some materials,
• describe ways to detect static electrical charges,
• explain everyday phenomena caused by static electrical charges,
• state the safety measures to be taken when dealing with static electricity

7.2 Electricity
• give examples of sources of electrical energy used in everyday life
• state what electricity is,
• state what voltage is,
• state what resistance is
• describe the directions of current and electron flow in an electric circuit.
19 17 Mei – 21 Mei REVISION ( ULANGKAJI )
20 24 Mei – 28 Mei OTI 2 ( PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN ) F1,F2,CHP.1,2,3,4F3
31 Mei – 11 Jun CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

WEEK DATE LEARNING AREA / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES NOTES


21 14 Jun – 18 Jun 7.3 Measuring electricity
• Identify the instrument for measuring current
• identify the instrument for measuring voltage,
• state the unit for current,
• state the unit for voltage,
• state the unit for resistance,
• measure current in an electric circuit,
• measure voltage in an electric circuit.
22 21 Jun – 25 Jun 7.4 The Relationship Between Current, Voltage and Resistance
• design an experiment to study the relationship between resistance and current. Activity 7.11 & 7.12
• carry out the experiment to study the relationship between resistance and current.
• describe the effects of the change in resistance on current.
• design an experiment to study the relationship between voltage and current.
• carry out the experiment to study the relationship between voltage and current.
• describe the effects of the change in voltage on current.
• State Ohm’s Law.
7.5 Parallel and Series Circuits
• identify the components of an electric circuit and their symbols.
• draw a diagram of a complete circuit.
• build a complete electric circuit.
• build a series circuit
• build a parallel circuit
• compare and contrast the arrangement of components in a series and parallel circuit.
23 28 Jun – 2 Jul 7.6 Series Circuit
• describe the current flowing through the components in a series circuit.
• describe the voltages across the component in a series circuit.
• describe the resistance in a series circuit.
• explain the advantages and disadvantages of a series circuit.
7.7 Parallel Circuit
• describe the current flowing through the components in a parallel circuit.
• describe the voltages across the component in a parallel circuit.
• describe the resistance in a parallel circuit.
• explain the advantages and disadvantages of a parallel circuit
• compare and contrast a series and a parallel circuit in terms of current, voltage and
resistance.
24 5 Jul – 9 Jul 7.8 Magnetism
• describe what a magnetic field is.
• draw the magnetic field of a bar magnet.
• draw the directions of the magnetic field.
• relate magnetic field lines and strength of magnetic field.
• explain the uses of a magnet in a compass.
7.9 Electromagnetism
• relate the current flow through a conductor with magnetism.
• describe what an electromagnet is.
25 12 Jul – 16 Jul GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY
8.1 Generation of Electrical Energy
• list the various types of generators.
• describe the generation of electrical energy in various types of power stations.
• compare and contrast the generation of electrical energy in various types of power
stations.
• give examples of alternative sources of energy.
8.2 Transformer
• identify the different parts of a transformer.
• describe how a transformer works.
• compare and contrast a step-up and step-down transformer.
• describe the roles of transformer in the transmission and distribution of electricity.
26 19 Jul – 23 Jul 8.3 Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution System
• arrange in order the components in the electricity transmission and distribution system. 20 Jul – Cuti Hari
• describe the functions of the components in the electricity transmission and distribution Keputeraan Kebawah
system. DYMM Sultan
• describe how electricity is transmitted and distributed from power stations to consumers. Terengganu
8.4 Electrical Supply and Wiring System at Home.
• state the value of the main voltage.
• state the types of current.
• identify the types of electric current supplied to home.
• state the types of electrical wiring.
• identify the parts in an electrical wiring system.
• describe the functions of the parts of an electrical wiring system.
• describe the wiring in a 3 – pin plug.

WEEK DATE LEARNING AREA / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES NOTES


27 26 Jul – 30 Jul 8.5 The Cost of Electrical Energy Usage
• state the power and voltage rating of home electrical appliances.
• calculate the amount of current flowing through an electrical appliances.
• recall the relationship between electrical energy usage, power and time.
• solve problem by calculating the cost of electricity used.
8.6 The Function of Fuse and Earth Wire
• identify the types of fuses.
• state the ratings of fuses.
• describe the function of fuse in electrical wiring system.
• determine the suitable rating of a fuse for an electrical appliances.
• describe the role of earth wire in electrical wiring system.
28 2 Ogos – 6 Ogos 8.7 The Importance of Safety Precautions in the Use of Electricity
• state the safety measures to be taken when using electricity.
• describe the steps to be taken when accidents involving electricity occur.
• justify the need for having safety precautions and safety features at home to prevent
electrical accidents.
8.8 Conserving Electricity
• identify the activities that cause electricity wastage.
• describe ways to conserve electricity
• justify the needs for conserving electricity.
• predict problems our country would face if there was a shortage of electricity
29 9 Ogos –13 Ogos 9.1 The Sun
• describe the characteristics of the Sun
• identify the structure of the Sun
• identify the phenomena occurring at the surface of the Sun
• explain the effects of the phenomena on the surface of the Sun on Earth
• state how energy is generated by the Sun
9.2 The Stars and The Galaxies in the Universe
• define what is star is
• identify the Sun as a star
• identify the bright stars in the sky
• compare and contrast the stars based on certain characteristics
• describe the formation of stars
• describe the death of stars
• state the types of galaxies
• describe the Milky Way
• state the position of the Solar System in the Universe
9.3 Thankful for the existence of the Universe as a gift from God
• appreciate the uniquenees, orderliness, beauty and harmony in the Universe as a sign of
the glory of God.
• describe the expanse of the Universe compared to earth.
• state that all that exists in the Universe in not permanent.
• explain the importance of the Sun and the Moon to life on Earth.
SPACE EXPLORATION
10.1 Developments in the field of astronomy and space exploration
• describe the developments in the field of astronomy.
• describe the developments in space exploration.
• explain with examples the applications of technology related to space exploration and
astronomy.
• justify the need to continue space exploration.
30 16 Ogos-20 Ogos PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN PMR ( TRIAL EXAM ) All F1,F2,F3
23 Ogos-27 Ogos CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2
31 & 32 30 Ogos – 10 Sept 31 Ogos – Cuti Hari
Kemerdekaan
REVISION
7 Sept – Cuti Nuzul
Quran
33 13 Sept – 17 Sept UJIAN TAMBAH NILAI MATH & SCIENCE All F1,F2,F3
34 & 35 20 Sept – 1 Okt 20 & 21 Sept – Cuti
REVISION Hari Raya Aidilfitri

36 & 37 7 Okt – 9 Ok 17 Okt – Cuti


PEPERIKSAAN PMR 2009
12 Okt – 13 Okt Deepavali
38 - 42 18 Okt – 19 Nov 18 Okt – Cuti Hari
PROGRAM SELEPAS PMR
Kelepasan Am
22 Nov – 2 Jan CUTI AKHIR TAHUN 2009
2010