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SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
LEARNING IN YOUNG CHILDREN (CEC 1236)

LESSON PLAN (SCIENTIFIC THINGKING)

PREPARED FOR:-

MISS AZ ATHIRAH

PREPARED BY:-

NUR ATIQAH BT MOHD ZAIN (DCE 121212)

DATE OF SUBMIT:- 27/05/2013

SEM:- 3 2012/2013

LESSON PLAN
TOPIC:- Soluble and Unsoluble
AGE OF CHILDREN:- 6 years old
DURATION:- 20 Minutes
LEARNING STRANDS:- Science And Technology
LEARNING STANDARDS:- At the end of the lesson children would be able to:- 1) (ST 4.1.3) Separate the materials that can soluble and unsoluble in water. Example salt and sugar can soluble in water but sand unsoluble in water. 2) (KTI 1.1.3) Choose a variety of materials that suitable for the production work. INTEGRATED LEARNING STRANDS:- Physical And Aesthetic (Creativity) TEACHING MATERIALS:- Salt, sugar, sand, plastic cup, water and spoon. SET OF INDUCTION:- Let them see how the experiment occurred. PROCEDURES:- 1) First, ask children to sing a song.

IF YOU ARE HAPPY AND YOU LOVE SCIENCE CLAP YOU HAND
(2 Times)
IF YOU ARE HAPPY AND YOU REALLY LOVE SCIENCE CLAP YOUR HAND AND STOMP YOUR FEET. 2) Start the experiment. The first thing pour the water into the plastic cup with a label A, B and C. 3) Second, in the cup A put a sugar and stir it. Same goes to in cup B Put salt and stir it.

4) Third, put the sand into cup C and stir it. And the result is...
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