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Subject : Science
Class : 1 Usaha
Date : 2 Mac 2009
Time : 12.00 pm – 1.20 pm (40 minutes)
Number of Students : 18 students
Theme : Introducing Science
Learning Area : Introduction to Science
Learning Objectives : Introduction to Science
Learning Outcomes : i) Common laboratory apparatus

Previously Learnt Concepts : Students have learned about measurement of length in previous lesson.
Lesson Objective : At the end of lesson, students should be able to :
a) Content Knowledge :
i. Name at least 8 common laboratory apparatus

b) Science Process Skill (SPS)/ Thinking Skills Thinking Strategies (TSTS)/

Manipulative Skill (MS) :
i. Explain the use of laboratory apparatus by group discussion.
c) Science attitude and noble values :
i. Having critical and analytical thinking.
ii. Thinking rationally..

Teaching and Learning Resources:

a) Marker pen
b) White board
c) Text Book
d) Laboratory apparatus

Time Content Knowledge Teaching and learning activities Notes

Engaging • Teacher ask students to • Communication
(Eliciting ideas) recall the use of a few • Predicting
laboratory apparatus that
(5 min) they have use in the TSTS:
previous activity. • Generating ideas
Laboratory Apparatus: • Teacher introduced to the TLR:
Empowering students the other common • White board
• Crucible
(Restructuring ideas) laboratory apparatus. • Marker pen
- for heating chemicals
• Students are expected to
(45 mins) • Test tube know the general uses of the SPS:

- holding small samples or for various apparatus. • Observing

containing small-scale reactions. • Interpreting data
• Evaporating dish • Measuring and using
- for evaporating liquid from a
• Cork and rubber stopper
• Attributing
- to uses as a stopper for test
tubes or conical flask. • Analyzing
• Making conclusions
• Test tube holder

- holding test tubes when tubes

should not be touched

• Glass slide

- to hold specimen for

observation under a microscope.
• Stop watch

- to measure time

• Syringe

- to transfer small quantities of


• Beaker

- useful as a reaction container or

to hold liquid or solid samples.
They are also used to catch
liquids from titrations and
filtrates from filtering

• Conical flask

-to contain chemicals and liquids

• Filter funnel

- to filter mixture of solids and


• Tripod stand

- to support apparatus during

• Bunsen burner

- to provide a flame

• Test tube rack

- to hold the test tube in a

vertical position

• Glass rod

- to stir solutions in a container

• Retort stand and retort clamp

- holding pieces of glassware in


• Droppers

- for addition of liquids drop by


• Teacher ask students to TLR:

Enhancing match the answer for the • White board
(Application of ideas) laboratory apparatus and • Marker pen
(15 mins) their usage on the white
board. SPS:
• Teacher make the quiz on the • Communication
usage of the laboratory • Interpreting data
apparatus by dividing • Predicting
students into a 3 groups.

• Group which had the highest
• Attributing
mark will be given the prize.
• Analyzing
• Relating
• Predicting

Closure / Review • Teacher summarizes the

(5 min) lesson recall the important to
use the laboratory apparatus.


1. Sim Be Lan, Suraiya Binti Jamaludin, Tan Yu Hok & Yeoh Seng Lee (2002). Science Form 1 (volume 1) Text Book. Kuala Lumpur:
Bakaprep Sdn. Bhd.
2. Yeap Tok Kheng (2009). Longman Essential Science PMR. Selangor: Pearson Malaysia Sendirian Berhad.


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