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CLASS 91 - TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2018

Unit 19.1: Gravitational Force p.51-54

Objective: Understand that objects are pulled downwards because of gravitational force. Know that gravitational force is the attraction between things and the Earth. Understand that gravitational force gives weight to an object. 

Activity 19.1: Gravitational Force p.41-42

Aim: To apply concepts learnt about gravitational force, mass, and weight to answer questions and solve a puzzle

CLASS 92 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018

Unit 19.2: Frictional Force p.55-56

Objective: Describe the effects of frictional force. Recognize that an object that moves along a surface will eventually slow down and stop due to frictional force. Compare how objects move on different surfaces. Recognize that frictional force may prevent an object from starting to move.

Activity 19.2: Frictional Force p.43-46

Aim: To investigate on which surface the greatest force has to be applied to move a box

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 (Unit 17: Changes of State and Unit 18: Air and Water)

 

CLASS 93 - FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2018

Unit 19.2: Frictional Force p.57-61

Objective: Know that frictional force includes air and water resistance. Explain frictional force in everyday life. Suggest preventive measures against damages from frictional forces. 

Activity 19.3: Overcoming Frictional Force p.47-49

Aim: To find out how the frictional force between two surfaces can be reduced

At A Glance Flow Chart p.62 Science Glossary p.63-64

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 (Unit 17: Changes of State and Unit 18: Air and Water)

CLASS 94 - TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2018

Unit 17: Changes of State and Unit 18: Air and Water Review

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 (Unit 17: Changes of State and Unit 18: Air and Water)

CLASS 95 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2018

Unit 17: Changes of State and Unit 18: Air and Water TEST

CLASS 96 - FRIDAY, MAY 11, 2018

Unit 20.1: Energy Changes From One Form To Another p.65-66

Objective: Know that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Recognize that energy changes from one form to another.

Unit 20.2: Energy Conversions In The Objects Around Us p.67-70

Objective: Explain energy conversion for occurrences around us.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.71 Science Glossary p.72

HW: Unit 20 Self-Check (handout)

CLASS 97 - TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2018

Activity 20.1: Away We Go p.50-52

Aim: To find out how the height of a ramp affects the distance travelled by the toy car

Activity 20.2: Falling Water Bottle p.53-54

Aim: To find out whether the higher an object is raised, the more gravitational potential energy the object has

CLASS 98 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 2018

Activity 20.3: Super Launcher p.55-56

Aim: To study how the amount of elastic potential energy stored in a spoon affects the distance travelled by a paper ball launched from it

Activity 20.4: Stretch, Twist and Go p.57-58

Aim: To make a simple toy that moves using energy stored in a twisted rubber band

CLASS 99 - TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2018

Activity 20.5: Get Energized p.59-60

Aim: To generate the different forms of energy in different set-ups

Activity 20.6: Energy Conversions p.61-62

Aim: To analyse a series of energy conversions

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, MAY 29 (Unit 19: Gravitational and Frictional Forces and Unit 20: Energy Conversion)

CLASS 100 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2018

Activity 20.7: Energy Transformation p.63-65

Aim: To observe a series of energy changes

Unit 19: Gravitational and Frictional Forces and Unit 20: Energy Conversion Review

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, MAY 29 (Unit 19: Gravitational and Frictional Forces and Unit 20: Energy Conversion)

CLASS 101 - FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2018

SCIENCE OLYMPICS DAY

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - TUESDAY, MAY 29 (Unit 19: Gravitational and Frictional Forces and Unit 20: Energy Conversion)

CLASS 102 - TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2018

Unit 19: Gravitational and frictional Forces Unit 20: Energy Conversion TEST

CLASS 103 - WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 2018

Unit 21.1: Refraction of Light p.73-75

Objective: Explain the refraction of light when it travels from one medium to another. Explain how a lens works. Explain the dispersion of white light through a prism. State the application of knowledge of the dispersion of white light.

Activity 21.1: Light Bends p.66-69

Aim: To observe how light bends when it travels through different media

CLASS 104 - FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018

Activity 21.2: Formation of Rainbows p.70-71

Aim: To understand how a rainbow is formed

Unit 21.2: Transfer of Heat p.76

Objective: Explain how heat is transferred through conduction, convection and radiation.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.77 Science Glossary p.78

HW: Unit 21 Self-Check (handout)

CLASS 105 - TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018

Unit 22.1: Electric Circuits p.79-80

Objective: Construct circuits, incorporating a battery or power supply and a range of switches, to make electrical devices work.

Unit 22.2: Circuit Diagrams and Symbols p.81-82

Objective: Recognize that circuits can be represented by drawing and conventional symbols.

Unit 22.3: Series and Parallel Circuits p.83-87

Objective: Distinguish between series and parallel circuits and state their advantages and disadvantages. Construct series and parallel circuits based on circuit diagrams.

CLASS 106 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2018

Unit 22.3: Brightness of A Bulb p.88

Objective: Identify ways to make bulbs brighter or dimmer.

Activity 22.1: More Batteries In Series p.72-74

Aim: To find out the effect of connecting more batteries in series on the brightness of a bulb

Activity 22.2: More Bulbs In Series p.75-76

Aim: To find out the effect of connecting more bulbs in series on the brightness of a bulb

At A Glance Flow Chart p.89 Science Glossary p.90

HW: Unit 22 Self-Check (handout)

CLASS 107 - FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018

EUREKA FESTIVAL FIELD TRIP

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - FRIDAY, JUNE 15 (Unit 22: Electric Circuits)

CLASS 108 - TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2018

Activity 22.3: Bulbs, Rearrange! p.77-79

Aim: To find out the effect of the arrangement of bulbs on the brightness of a bulb

Unit 22: Electric Circuits Review

HW: REVIEW FOR TEST - FRIDAY, JUNE 15 (Unit 22: Electric Circuits)

CLASS 109 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

Unit 23.1: Sound Travels Away From The Source p.91-92

Objective: Describe how sound travels away from the source.

Activity 23.1: Loudness of A Sound p.80-81

Aim: To infer how the loudness of a sound changes with distance from the source of the sound

Unit 23.2: Sound Requires A Medium To Travel p.93

Objective: Describe how sound must travel through a medium.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.94 Science Glossary p.94

HW: Unit 23 Self-Check (handout)

CLASS 110 - FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018

Unit 22: Electric Circuits TEST

CLASS 111 - TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018

Activity 23.2: The Cups-and-String Telephone p.82-83

Aim: To find out through which medium sound travels better

Unit 24.1: How Soil Is Formed p.95-97

Objective: Recognize that soil consists of weathered rocks and decomposed living things. Explain how different agents contribute to the weathering of rocks. Describe the process of soil formation as a result of weathering.

Unit 24.2: Soil Erosion p.98-100

Objective: Identify the natural causes of soil erosion. Explain how different factors affect soil erosion. Describe the effects of soil erosion on the shape of land, condition of soil and condition of water. Recognize ways to prevent soil erosion.

At A Glance Flow Chart p.101 Science Glossary p.102

HW: Unit 24 Self-Check (handout)

CLASS 112 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2018

Activity 24.1: Soil Erosion p.84-87

Aim: To investigate how plants prevent soil erosion

Unit 25.1: Tides p.103-105

Objective: Know that the Moon's gravitational pull causes tides. Observe when high and low tides occur and how these affect people, other animals and plants.

Activity 25.1: High and Low Tides p.88-89

Aim: To interpret data in a table, and to understand that tides have regular and fixed frequencies

Unit 25.2: Seasons p.106

Objective: Explain the occurrence of seasons

Unit 25.3: The Night Sky p.107-108

Objective: Recognize that stars can be seen at different times of the night using the naked eye or with binoculars or a telescope. Recognize that a constellation is a group of stars that form a pattern in the sky. Identify constellations in the sky. Describe how stars and constellations are useful to people.

CLASS 113 - FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018

Activity 25.2: Constellations p.90-91

Aim: To identify the constellations from a star chart

Unit 25.4: Eclipses p.109

Objective: Explain the occurrence of lunar and solar eclipses. Identify safety precautions to take when viewing a solar eclipse.

Activity 25.3: Lunar and Solar Eclipses p.92-93

Aim: To illustrate and explain how solar and lunar eclipses occur

At A Glance Flow Chart p.110-111 Science Glossary p.112

HW: Unit 25 Self-Check (handout)

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