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Chapter, Learning Objectives and Learning Outcomes CHAPTER 1 MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON LIVING THINGS 1.1 Understanding the classification of microorganisms To classify microorganisms into various groups 1.2 Synthesising ideas about the factors that affect the growth of microorganisms To conduct an experiment to study how nutrients affect the growth of microorganisms To explain how nutrients affect the growth of microorganisms To conduct an experiment to study how pH affects the growth of microorganisms To explain how pH affects the growth of microorganisms To conduct an experiment to study how the following factors affect the growth of microorganisms: (a) Temperature (b) Light intensity (c) Humidity To explain how each factor affects the growth of microorganisms To state the effect of antibiotics on the growth of microorganisms

Activity/Extra Activity 1.1 Activity Classification of microorganisms PEKA 1 Unguided Experiment Effect of Nutrients on the Growth of Microorganisms

TSTS Analysing Relating Attributing Comparing and contrasting Relating Making conclusions

Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment Realising that science is a means to understand nature Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being responsible about the safety of oneself, others and the environment

PEKA 2 Unguided Experiment Effect of pH on the Growth of Microorganisms PEKA 3 Unguided Experiment Effects of Temperature, Light Intensity and Humidity on the Growth of Microorganisms 1.2 Guided Experiment Effect of Antibiotics on the Growth of Bacteria 2.1 Activity Calorific Values of Different Classes of Food

Relating Attributing Analysing Making conclusions

Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being responsible about the safety of oneself, others and the environment Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being responsible about the safety of oneself, others and the environment

Making conclusions Generating idea

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Making conclusions Making generalisations Relating

Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data Being responsible about the safety of oneself, others and the environment

CHAPTER 2 NUTRITION AND FOOD PRODUCTION 2.1 Evaluating the importance of taking good nutrition and practising good eating habits To identify the calorific values of different classes of food 2.2 Analysing the nutrient requirements of plants To state the effects of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium deficiency on plant growth 2.3 Analysing nitrogen cycle and its importance To describe nitrogen cycle To explain the processes involved in nitrogen cycle To explain the importance of nitrogen cycle CHAPTER 3 PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT 3.1 Analysing balance in nature To explain how food webs help to maintain the balance in nature

2.2 Inquiry Activity Nutrient Requirements of Plants 2.3 Activity Nitrogen Cycle

Predicting Attributing Analysing Making conclusions

Being honest and accurate in recording and validating data

Visualising Analysing Making inferences Relating Making conclusions

Appreciating the balance of nature Being thankful to God

Science Form 5

3.1 Activity Balance in Nature

Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment

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Chapter, Learning Objectives and Learning Outcomes 3.2 Analysing the effects of environmental pollution To identify sources of environmental pollution CHAPTER 4 CARBON COMPOUNDS 4.1 Analysing alcohol and its effects on health To describe the process of producing alcohol To state the general characteristics of alcohol

Activity/Extra Activity 3.2 Activity Environmental Pollution 4.1 Inquiry Activity Preparation of Alcohol 4.2 Inquiry Activity Characteristics of Alcohol 4.3 Activity Saturated Fats and Unsaturated Fats 4.4 Activity Structure of an Oil Palm Fruit 4.5 Inquiry Activity Process of Soap-Making

TSTS Relating Making conclusions Attributing Making inferences Making conclusions Relating Attributing Making conclusions

Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values Having critical and analytical thinking Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment Thinking rationally Realising that science is a means to understand nature Realising that science is a means to understand nature Realising that science is a means to understand nature

Science Form 5

4.3 Analysing fats and their effects on health To compare and contrast saturated fats with unsaturated fats 4.4 Analysing oil palm and its importance to national development To describe the structure of an oil palm fruit 4.5 Analysing the process of making soap from oil and the cleansing action of soap To describe the process of making soap To state that soap is a salt produced by the reaction between fatty acids and sodium hydroxide 4.6 Understanding natural polymers To state the characteristics of natural rubber

Attributing Relating Analysing Making conclusions

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

4.6 Inquiry Activity haracteristics of Natural Rubber 4.7 Inquiry Activity Coagulation and Prevention of Coagulation of Latex 5.1 Inquiry Activity Velocity and Acceleration

Making inferences Making conclusions Attributing Making inferences Making conclusions Analysing Making inferences Relating Making conclusions

Realising that science is a means to understand nature Realising that science is a means to understand nature

TP 2

To explain the action of acids on latex To explain the action of ammonia solution on latex

CHAPTER 5 MOTION 5.1 Analysing the concepts of speed, velocity and acceleration To determine the velocity and acceleration of a moving object 5.2 Understanding the concept of inertia To understand the relationship between mass and inertia

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

PEKA 4 Guided Experiment Mass and Inertia

Comparing and contrasting Attributing Making inferences Making conclusions Analysing Making inferences Predicting Attributing Making conclusions Making hypotheses Relating Making inferences Making conclusions

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

5.3 Applying the concept of momentum To explain the relationship between momentum, mass and velocity

PEKA 5 Guided Experiment Relationship between Momentum, Mass and Velocity PEKA 6 Unguided Experiment Relationship between Pressure, Force and Surface Area

Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

5.4 Synthesising the concept of pressure To explain the relationship between pressure, force and surface area

Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

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Chapter, Learning Objectives and Learning Outcomes 5.5 Applying the principle of hydraulic system in everyday life To state the principle of transmission of pressure in liquids To explain the effect of transmission of pressure in liquids 5.6 Analysing the motion of vehicles in water To be aware that an object losses some weight when it is immersed in a liquid To understand the relationship between upthrust and the weight of the liquid displaced

Activity/Extra Activity PEKA 7 Guided Experiment Operation of a Hydraulic System

TSTS Making hypotheses Making inferences Attributing Analysing Making conclusions

Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

5.2 Guided Experiment Archimedes Principle

Making hypotheses Attributing Analysing Making inferences Making conclusions Comparing and contrasting Relating Relating Making inferences Making conclusions

Appreciating the contribution of science and technology

5.7 Analysing the motion of vehicles in air To understand the relationship between the speed of a fluid and the pressure produced To state Bernoullis principle CHAPTER 6 FOOD TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCTION 6.1 Analysing the methods and substances used in food technology To state the chemicals used in food processing To explain the functions of the chemicals used in food processing

5.3 Inquiry Activity Bernoullis Principle

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

6.1 Activity Chemicals Used in Food Processing 6.2 Activity Technology used in Food Processing and Packaging 7.1 Activity Plastics 7.2 Activity Comparing Thermoplastics and Thermosetts 8.1 Inquiry Activity Radio Waves Grouping and classifying Attributing Making conclusions

Realising that science is a means to understand nature

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CHAPTER 7 SYNTHETIC MATERIALS IN INDUSTRY 7.1 Analysing plastics To classify plastics goods into thermoplastics and thermosetts

Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment

CHAPTER 8 ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) 8.1 Understanding radio waves To describe the characteristics of waves 8.2 Analysing radio communication To identify electronic components used in radio and their symbols To explain the functions of electronic components in radi

Analysing Attributing Making conclusions

Having an interest and curiosity towards the environment

8.2 Activity Electronic Components

Realising that science is a means to understand nature Science Form 5