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Dawood Public School
Course Outline 2016-17

Book: International primary Science 5
Work Book-5 Ho Peck Leng- Marshall Cavendish
Education

AIMS:
The Science Syllabus aims to:
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 themselves and the world around them.  provide students with opportunities to develop skills, habits of mind and attitudes necessary for scientific inquiry prepare students towards using scientific knowledge and methods in making personal decisions  help students appreciate how science influences people and the environment
OVERVIEW
MONTHLY SYLLABUS:

Contents
Keeping Healthy. Respiratory System (MY Pals Are Here 5A). Diseases and injuries (MY Pals Are Here 5A). Gases all around Finding Density, Mass and Volume of regular objects. Sounds all around Pollution (MY Pals Are Here 5A). Revision for Mid Term Examination 2015 December
Mid Term Examination 2015
Discovering plants Photosynthesis (MY Pals Are Here 5A). Electric Circuits (MY Pals Are Here 5B). Changing states of matter Revision for Final Term Examination 2016 Final Term Examination 2016

August:
Keeping Healthy Chap 1
(page 1-14)
Respiratory System Unit 1(page 1-14) (MY Pals Are Here 5A).
Diseases and InjuriesUnit 3
(page 27-38) (MY Pals Are Here 5A)
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.  To identify the main parts of respiratory system and their functions.  Explain the mechanism of breathing.  Understand that a disease is an illness that can affect a person's health.  Distinguish between contagious and non- contagious diseases (their causes, symptoms and  Differentiate between analgesic and medicinal drugs.
 The effects of smoking.

Recommended Vocabulary for theseunits:
Circulation, contagious, non- contagious, blood vessels, heart, plasma, arteries, veins,
capillaries, inhaled, exhaled, ribcage, windpipe ,air sacs ,addiction, antibiotics, antiviral,
nicotine, tobacco, atrium, atria, ventricle, vena cava, septum, pulmonary artery and vein,
oxygenated, deoxygenated, platelets, oxygen, carbon dioxide, caffeine, opium, heroine.
Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
Circulatory system in  Describe the circulatory system as a Will name the major parts artery, vein, system of tubes with a pump and of the circulatory system. valves to ensure one-way flow of Will explain the working of posters or power  State the functions of blood  red blood cells – hemoglobin and presentations on oxygen transport,  white blood cells – antibody Will making a sample of blood with the help of  platelets – causing clotting related objects. Red beans ,Corrn
 (Plasma – transport of blood cells, soluble nutrients, hormones and Candy sprinkles ,  Describe the structure and functions of arteries, veins and Will write riddles about capillaries. 11 List the components the heart, lungs, oxygen, Pulse rate at rest and  .Describe the structure of the heart blood vessels, carbon including the muscular wall and dioxide or any other body septum, atria, ventricles, valves and concept that's been associated blood vessels. Parts of respiratory An appropriate video is a good introduction for Describe the function of the heart in terms of muscular contraction studying the heart. and the working of the valves. Contagious and non- contagious diseases.  demonstration of a Investigate the effect of physical dissection of an animal activity on pulse rate. Useful and harmful  Recognize the components of the circulatory system and know their Will record the heart-beat through a stethoscope. Take a breath! (Board faced dice, board Distinguish between contagious and Game) non-contagious diseases, their causes, symptoms and preventions. Will make a simple model a clear plastic Recognize the need to consult a doctor once a year or whenever Will look carefully through straw ,plasticine , magazines and internet.  Understand that drugs are substances that can change the Will collect pictures functions of the body, especially the showing different brain and nervous system, when contagious and non- taken into the body. contagious diseases.  Understand the term drug abuse.  Know that tobacco contains Hazards of smoking nicotine which can cause addiction cigarettes. (Poster making and damage to the brain and heart. Markers, crayons, colored pencils ,
September
Gases all around
Chap 2 (PG 29-51)
Through this unit children will learn,
 Those gases are material and can be distinguished from solids and liquids by their
 They also learn about the uses of some important gases and where gases are found
 Air content in soil and air as good insulator of heat.
 Children will understand why observations and measurements are needed.
 Harmful effects of some gases and global warming.

Recommended Vocabulary for this unit:
Noble gases, helium, neon, argon, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen gas, advertisement, laser lights, food conservation and packaging, breathing, global warming, greenhouse effect, combustion, volume, compressed, atmosphere, breathe, photosynthesis, incandescent, poisonous, insulator, Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
 State that matter is anything that has Will measure mass and mass and occupies space. volume using appropriate Gases have mass  Differentiate between the three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) in terms of Will try to compress air in shape and volume. syringes or balloons. Give plastic syringes explanations in terms of Do gases have  Explain why gases have a pressure. trying to force things Explain why it is possible to blow up a balloon or fill a gas syringe with gas. Will demonstrate pressure Gases around us.  To raise pupils' awareness of global warming(or global climate change). Flexible container Changes in global A container of at least e.g. plastic bottle, weather patterns  Understand that air is a mixture of three liters is connected to vacuum or and climate over different gases. a vacuum or suction pump suction pump, long periods of  Explain the uses of the gases present in and compressed by the balloons, tin with lid as suggested.  Know that air is trapped in soil to enable the animals which live in the soil Dice, cards with Air content in soil. to breathe. energy savers game  Explain air as a good insulator of heat.  Outline plans to carry out WillIdentify good and poor Wool, feather, investigations, considering the variables insulators of heat with the bubble wrap, fur to control, change or observe. help of different materials. October
Sounds all around
Chap 5 (page 119 – 13)
Pollution Unit 11 (Page 121-130) (MY Pals Are Here 5A).
Through this unit children will learn,
 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.  Causes and effects of air, water and soil pollution.  To identify and discuss sources of pollution.  To keep the environment free of pollution. Recommended Vocabulary for this unit:
Vibration, sound waves, pinna, ear canal, ear drum, hammer, anvil, stirrup, cochlea, auditory nerves, semicircular canals, balance, pitch, frequency, echo, communication, expression, reflect, pollution, haze, corrode ,biodegradable, rubbish, oil spills, deteriorate Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
Sounds around  The properties of sound in terms of Will Investigate how movement of air particles. sounds are made. peas, containers  Understand that sounds are produced Mysterious magic tubes, cardboard tubes, metal rods Travelling sound  Investigate how fast travels sound. Will make sounds with Discuss examples which show that simple objects such as e of plastic, large sound is travelling more slowly than plucking stretched elastic can, wood ruler, light (noise across a field, bands on a box, twanging rulers, blowing across test tubes. Pupils should suggest how their  Relate sound to hearing. Demonstrate ‘instrument' might be Can sound travel ear structure using a model ear. Discuss given a range of different ways of preventing ear damage. notes and the ability to be liquid and gases?  Demonstrate the sound can be travel through solid, liquid and gases a ‘slinky Students should discuss that sound also Model ear, travels through water (swimming pools, whales, ultrasound) and through solids (ticking watch through table, railway clinking glasses, In music if we say a note is high or low, we are not talking about how loud it is. coins, chalkboard We are talking about its pitch. erasers, pencil or Will Correcting common Distinguish between pleasant and misconceptions about effects of water unpleasant sounds, high pitched end  Unpleasant sounds. Activity on water pollution  Define the term echo as a reflected Activity on air pollution Clear container, clear plastic bowl,  Identify and discuss different kinds of  Identify and discuss sources of Activity on land pollution  Discuss and explain why it is important to keep the environment free of scraps are ideal), balloon sock and trash

November
Revision for midterm examination 2016
December
Mid Term Exam 2016
January
Discovering Plants Chapter 4 (Page 81-17)
Photosynthesis Unit 6 (Page 61-66) (MY Pals Are Here 5A)
Through this unit children will learn,
 Identify and describe the parts of a flowering plant.
 Differentiate between types of plants.
 Understand the life cycle of plants and what they need to grow
 Describe the needs of plants.
 To identify and understand the processes of pollination, fertilization, seed dispersal and
 Define the term photosynthesis.
 state the equation for photosynthesis using words and symbols
 describe how plants get their raw materials for photosynthesis
 describe how plants get their raw materials for photosynthesis
Recommended Vocabulary for this unit:
Pollination, fertilization, dispersal ,pollen ,ovule, germination, edible, fleshy, temperature,
dicotyledonous,monocotyledon,reproduction,pollinators,stigma,style,ovary,filament,anther,sta
men,
carpel,fusion,environment,nutrients,parachute,scatter,endosperm,embryo,photosynthesis,carb
on dioxide, chlorophyll, oxygen, starch
Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
Reproduction of  Understand sexual reproduction in Will select locally flowering plants flowering plants including pollination, occurring flowering plants, locally occurring fertilization, seed formation and identify the different parts flowering plants. of the plant, including leaf, Photos may be stem, roots, flower  Review the functions of each part and explain that the flower is the part Cheeto Pollination where sexual reproduction takes place. Simulation  Identify the positions and functions of the reproductive parts of a flowering Will identify and discuss locally occurring the difference between  Explain what is meant by pollination. wind pollinated and insect Pollination and its  Discuss different ways pollen may pollinated flowers. travel from one flower to another. Create a small booklet to  Discuss the advantages and dis- show the stages of advantages of self-pollination and cross-pollination. with a flower on  Explain what is meant by fertilization. The sultana game Observe pollen tubes using a Wind-borne ,float  Identify and understand the different on water, sticking types of seeds and their dispersal to animal's body and edible seeds, small fan, towel, Discuss the variety of seeds and identify what part of different plants contains Will observe soaked broad the seed e.g. cherry stones, orange bean seeds with the help pips, tomato seeds, wheat ears. seed germination with the Distinguish between fun science experiment monocotyledonous plants or monocots any seasonal fruit and dicotyledonous plants or dicots Understand the different stages of growth and development, from a seed to an adult plant To understand the process of photosynthesis by which plants use Different types of light energy, carbon dioxide and water Demonstrate the effect of too little sunlight on plants in just a few days. Plant growth and To recognize that plants need light in order to grow Importance of Sunlight in plants when they do not receive sufficient exposure to sunlight February
Electricity
Chap 6 (pg 141 – 151)
Electric Circuits Unit 22(Pg )(MY Pals Are Here 5B).
Through this unit children will learn,
 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.
 Differentiate between series and parallel circuit.
 Recognize that circuits can be represented by drawing and conventional symbols.
 To identify the components of an electric circuit and to construct it.
 Identify ways to make bulb brighter and dimmer.
Recommended Vocabulary for this unit:
Charge, positive, negative, insulator, attraction, repulsion, static, electron, proton, neutron, attract, repel, neutral, humid, electrical appliances, fuels, coal, crude oil, natural gas, generate,series,parallel,components,dimmer,brighter,symbols,switch,battery. Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
 Describe static electricity and the Will charge by rubbing, concept of charges. plastic rulers pick up small balloons, plastic pieces of paper, strips of  Make observations and measurements. cling film spring apart, balloons stick to walls, plastic rods deflect a  State the uses of static electricity in air steady stream of water conditioner filters, electrostatic wipes, electrostatic dusters, photocopiers and spray painting etc. Will explain that only negative charges move in  Know that many objects around us such these circumstances and as electrical appliances, lighting and IT that by moving away from gadgets, run on electricity. a neutral site they leave a Using and saving net positive charge. They  Understand how to use and save will also induce opposite electricity wisely and effectively. charges on neutral material. The effect is only Construct circuits noticeable on insulators  To understand the flow of electrons because conductors allow negative charge to pass to between series  How can the battery give energy to the the hand and then to light bulb in order to create light?" circuits and state their advantages  To understand the construction, structure, uses advantages and Role play on electricity Batteries, battery disadvantages of series and parallel Construction of circuits connecting wires
March:
Changing States of MatterChap 4 (page 55 – 73)
Through this unit children will learn,
 Identify the states of matter.
 To describe the changes they encountered when the water was heated or cooled.
 Understand the phenomena of evaporation, freezing, condensation, boiling and melting.
 Explain the water cycle.
Recommended Vocabulary for this unit:
Melting, boiling, freezing, condensation, evaporation, water cycle, precipitation, condense, filtration, distillation, water vapors, humidity, surface area of contact, temperature, reversible reaction, condenser, heat loss, heat gain, diseases, polluted water. Contents
Learning Objectives
Activity
Resource
Changes of state  Differentiate between the three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) in terms of Particle Dance Party shape and volume (freezing and  Recognize that water can exist in three Ice Cube Meltdown Bag of ice cubes, interchangeable states of matter.  Show an understanding of how water rubbing alcohol, changes from one state to another. (melting, boiling,  Melting (solid to liquid) evaporation)  Evaporation/Boiling (liquid to gas) Will Investigate the effect  Condensation (gas to liquid) of heat gain or loss on the  Freezing (liquid to solid) temperature and state of water and communicate  when ice is heated, it melts Bunsen), and changes to water at  when water is cooled, it freezes and changes to ice at 0oC (popsicles making)  when water is heated, it boils and changes to steam Bunsen).  when steam is cooled, it condenses to water The water cycle  Recognize the importance of the water and its  Create a water cycle  Recognize the importance of water to replica using hands-on  Observing water cycle  Explain the purification of water by through demonstration. distillation and filtration.  Know that water is precious and must


April
Revision for final exams

May

Final Examinations

Teaching Support

Documentaries, multimedia, presentations, slides, lab will be used.

Resource List
International lower Secondary Science
My pals are here (5-A, 5-B)

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Description of meaning
1. Classify
to group things based on common characteristics 2. compare
to identify similarities and differences between objects, concepts or processes 3. construct
to put a set of components together, based on a given plan 4. describe
to state in words (using diagrams where appropriate) the main points of a topic 5. Discuss
to reflect on and explore a topic in speech or writing 6. differentiate
to identify the differences between objects, concepts or processes 7. identify
to select and/or name the object, event, concept or process to draw a conclusion based on observations 9. investigate
to find out by carrying out experiments to give a number of points or items without elaboration 11. manipulate
to control an object in order to explore and discover its behavior 12. measure
to obtain a reading from a suitable measuring instrument to identify facts, characteristics or concepts that are critical to the understanding of 13. recognize
a situation, event, process or phenomenon 14. Relate
to identify and explain the relationships between objects, concepts or processes to recall information (facts, concepts, models, data), translate information from one 15. understanding form to another, explain information and summarize information
16. State
to give a concise answer with little or no supporting argument 17. Trace
to follow a path

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