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RPT SAINS DLP TAHUN 5

Rancangan Pengajaran Tahunan 2020 Sains DLP Tahun 5

SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN PAYA RUMPUT
SEKOLAH KLUSTER KECEMERLANGAN

RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN TAHUNAN 2020

SAINS DLP
TAHUN 5

Disediakan oleh: Disahkan oleh:

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(PN NURUL HANINAH BT ABDUL MAJID) (PN NORAZLINA BT KAMARAZAN)
GURU SAINS TAHUN 5 KETUA PANITIA SAINS
SK PAYA RUMPUT SKK SK PAYA RUMPUT SKK

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
1.1.1 Observe
1. SCIENTIFIC SKILLS 1.1.2 Classify. LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
1.1.3 Measure and use numbers. 1 State all the senses involved in making
WEEK 1 1.1 Science 1.1.4 Make inference. observations about the phenomena that
1.1.5 Predict. occurs.
1 January – process skills. 1.1.6 Communicate.
1.1.7 Use space and time relationship.
5 January 1.1.8 Interpret data.

2020

WEEK 2 2 Describe the utilization/use of the senses
involved when making observations about
6 January – the phenomena or changes that occur.

12 January

2020

WEEK 3 1.1.9 Define operationally 3 Use all the senses involved to make
13 January 1.1.10 Control variables observations about the phenomena or
1.1.11 Make hypothesis changes that occur.
– 19 1.1.12 Carry out experiment
January 4 * Use all the senses involved to make
qualitative observations to describe the
2020 phenomena or changes that occur
* Use appropriate tools where necessary to
assist in making observations.

5 * Use all the senses involved to make
qualitative and quantitative observations to
describe the phenomena or changes that
occur

* Use appropriate tools where necessary to
assist in making observations.

6 * Use all the senses involved systematically to
make qualitative and quantitative
LEVEL observations to describe the phenomena or
1 changes that occur.
2 * Use appropriate tools where necessary to
assist in making observations.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD DESCRIPTOR
1.2.1 Use and handle science apparatus CUTI TAHUN BARU
WEEK 4 1.2 Science and substances correctly. List science apparatus, substances and CINA (22 January – 26
20 January manipulative 1.2.2Handle specimens correctly and specimens required for an activity. January 2020)
carefully.
– 26 skills. 1.2.3 Sketch specimens, apparatus and Describe the use of science apparatus,
January science substances correctly. substances and specimens required for an
1.2.4 Clean science apparatus correctly. activity with the correct method.
2020 1.2.5 Store science apparatus and
substances correctly and safely.
3 Handling science apparatus, substances and
specimens required for an activity with the
correct method.

4 Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
storing the science apparatus, substances

and specimens used in an activity with the
correct method.

5 Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
storing the science apparatus, substances
and specimens used in an activity with the
correct methods, systematically and
sparingly.

6
Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
storing the science apparatus, substances
and specimens used in an activity with the
correct methods, systematically, sparingly
and be an example to others.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD

2. SCIENCE ROOM RULES LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
1 State one of the science room rules.
WEEK 5 2.1 Science room 2.1.1 Adhere to science room rules.

27 January rules.

–2 2 State more than one of the science room
rules.
February

2020

3 Apply one of the science room rules.

4 Apply more than one of the science room

rules.

5 Give reasons the needs to adhere the science
room rules.

6 Be an example to peer in adhering to science
room rules.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD

3. LIFE PROCESSES IN ANIMALS LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
1 State specific characteristics and behaviour of
WEEK 6 3.1 Specific 3.1.1 Explain with example the specific animals to protect themselves from enemies
and extreme weather.
3 February characteristics characteristics and behavior of animals

– 9 and behavior of to protect themselves from enemies

February animals to through observation by using various

2020 protect media, such as: 2 Describe specific characteristics and
behaviour of animals to protect themselves
themselves sharp spines e.g. porcupine, from enemies and extreme weather.

pufferfish;

hard shell e.g. tortoise, turtle;

hard scales e.g. pangolin, crocodile; 3 Explain with examples specific characteristics
and behaviour of the animals to protect
horns e.g. buffalo, deer; themselves from enemies and extreme
weather.
poisonous sting e.g. scorpion,

centipede;

curl up body e.g. millipede, pangolin;

camouflage e.g. chameleon, praying 4 Build a graphic organiser of specific
characteristic and behaviour of animals on
mantis;

break off part of body e.g. lizard, how they protect themselves from enemies
3.1.2 Explain with examples the specific and extreme weather.
characteristics and behavior of animals
to protect themselves from extreme 5 Support predictions about how other animals
weather through observation by using protect themselves based on the knowledge
various media, such as: of the specific characteristics or behaviour of
the animals
thick fur e.g. polar bear, arctic wolf;
thick layer of fat e.g. sea lion, whale, 6 Design an imaginary model of an animal by
peguin; applying the knowledge of specific
hump e.g. camel, bison; characteristics and behaviour and provide
wallow in mud e.g. buffalo, reasoning about the, characteristics of the
rhinoceros; model designed.
migrate e.g. stork, whale;
hibernate e.g. bear, fox.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD DESCRIPTOR
3.2.1 Create an imaginary animal model LEVEL
WEEK 7 3.2 Create an that can protect themselves from 1 State the ways of animal reproduce.
10 February animal model enemies and extreme weather.
3.2.2 Provide reasoning on how specific 2 Describe the ways of animal ensure their
– 16 characteristic of the created animal species does not extinct.
February model can protect itself from enemies
and extreme weather.
2020 3.3.1 State that survival of animal species
is the ability of the animal to preserve its
species to avoid extinction. 3 Explain the meaning of survival of the
3.3.2 Identify the way of the animal lay species.
eggs to ensure the survival of its species
WEEK 8 3.3 Survival of through observation by using various 4 Provide reasoning the ways of the animal to
17 February animal species media, such as: ensure the survival of their species.

– 23 hide the eggs e.g. crocodile, 5 Generate the ideas about importance of the
February grasshopper, lizard; survival of the animal species to other living
things.
2020 lay many eggs e.g. flies, mosquito,
turtle;
6 Support the predictions the ways of other
slimy eggs e.g. frog; animal to ensure the survival of their species
incubate the eggs e.g. chicken, based on the knowledge of the
penguin; characteristics or behavior of that animal.
protect the eggs e.g. snake,bird.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD

WEEK 9 3.3.3 Identify the way of the animal takes 1 State human habits from prior knowledge.

24 care of their young to ensure the survival

February – of its species through observation by 2 Identify habits that bring harm to life

1 March using various media, such as: processes.

2020 nursing their young e.g. cat, tiger,

cow; 3 Explain with examples the effects of habits

feed their young e.g. bird, lion; that bring harm to life processes.

carry their young in the pouch e.g.

kangaroo; 4 Generate ideas on importance of practising a

move in groups e.g. elephant, healthy life style.

swallow;

carry their young in the mouth e.g. 5 Justify measures taken to avoid habits that

crocodile, arowana fish; bring harm to life processes.

attack when its young is disturbed

e.g. chicken, cat. 6 Create a creative and innovative graphic

3.3.4 presentation on efforts to prevent unhealthy

the survival of the animal species. habits.

Make generalization the importance of

3.3.5 Explain observations using

sketches, ICT, writing or verbally

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD

WEEK 10 3.4 Food 3.4.1 State the meaning of food chain is 1 State examples of food chains.

2 March – relationship the food relationship among living

8 March among living things. 2 State the meaning of a food chain and a

2020 things 3.4.2 Build food chain in various habitats food web.

such as pond, forest, field, paddy field

and plantation 3 Build food chains and food webs by

3.4.3 State the Sun is the main source of identifying the producer and consumer.

energy in a food chain.

3.4.4 Identify the producer and 4 Make generalization the Sun is the main

consumers in the food chain. source of energy in a food chain.

3.4.5 State the meaning of a food web is

the combination of food chains in a 5 Support the opinion of the impact on other

habitat. living things if there is any change in the

WEEK 11 3.4.6 Build a food web in various habitats population.

9 March- such as pond, forest, field, paddy field

15 March and 6 Conclude the food relationships between

2020 plantation. living things and the process of

3.4.7 Predict the impact on other living photosynthesis in terms of energy transfer.

things if there is any change in the

population of

a food web in a habitat.

3.4.8 Make generalization the

WEEK CONTENT importance of food web to ensure the PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD survival of the species.
3.4.9 Explain observations using DESCRIPTOR CUTI PERTENGAHAN
4. LIFE PROCESSES IN PLANTS sketches, ICT, writing or verbally LEVEL State the specific characteristics of plants to PENGGAL 1
1 protect itself, and adapt to seasonal changes
WEEK 12 4.1 The specific LEARNING STANDARD and climate.
16 March – characteristic of
22 March plants to protect .1.1 Explain with examples the specific
characteristic of plants to protect
2020 itself themselves from enemies through
observation of real plants or using
various media i.e.: 2 Describe the ways of the specific
characteristics of plants protect itself, and
thorns e.g. mimosa, cactus; adapt to seasonal changes and climate.
latex e.g. jackfruit, yam;
fine hairs e.g.bamboo, sugar cane, 3 Explain with examples the specific
lallang; characteristics of plants to protect
poison e.g. mushrooms, pong-pong; themselves, and adapt to the seasonal
bad smell e.g. Rafflesia, tobacco changes and climate.
leaves.

WEEK 13 4.1.2 Explain with examples the specific 4 Build a graphic organiser of the specific
23 March –
29 March characteristic of plants to adapt characteristics of plants to protect

2020 themselves during seasonal changes and themselves, and adapt to the seasonal

climate, through observation of real changes and climate.

plants or using various media i.e:

long roots e.g. cactus; 5 Support predictions on how different plants
stem that store water e.g.cactus, protect and adapt themselves based on
banana trees; knowledge of the specific characteristics of
fold its leaf e.g. turmeric leaf, plants.
shed leaves e.g. rubber tree leaves;
needle-shaped leaves e.g. rhu plant 6 Generate ideas about the importance
, cactus; ofspecific characteristic of plants to other
pinnate leaves e.g. coconut trees. living things

WEEK 14 4.2 Survival of 4.2.1 State the ways of plant disperse its 1 State the ways of plant disperse their seed or
30 March – plant species seed or fruit through observation of real fruit.
plants or using various media, i.e:
5 April 2 Give examples of seeds or fruits based on
2020 by water e.g. lily and coconut; their way of dispersal.
by wind e.g. lallang, angsana;
by human and animals e.g. love 3 Explain through examples the relationship
grass, papaya; between the characteristics of seeds or fruits
by explosivemechanisms e.g. to the way they are dispersed.
rubber seeds, saga fruit, balsam plant.
4.2.2 Relate the characteristics of seeds 4 Provide reasoning on the importance of
or fruits to the ways they are dispersed dispersal to the survival of plant species.
through observation of real specimens
or using various media. 5 Generate ideas on the importance of survival
4.2.3 Provide reasoning on the of plant species to other living things.
importance of 5 seeds and fruits

4.3 The dispersal to the 6 Support the predictions on the ways of seeds
importance of survival of the plants species. or fruits dispersal of other plants in order to
survival of the 4.3.1 Provide reasoning on the LEVEL ensure the survival of their species based on
importance of survival of the plant 1 knowledge of the characteristics of the plant.
plant species species to other living things. 2
3 PERFORMANCE STANDARD
WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD 4 DESCRIPTOR NOTE
STANDARD 5
5.1.1 Describe the various sources of 6 State the sources of energy.
5. ENERGY energy
such as sun, wind, water, wave, food, Describe the sources of energy and the
WEEK 15 5.1 Sources and batteries, biomass, nuclear and fossil forms of energy produced.
fuels through observation by using
6 April – 12 forms of energy. various media. Explain with examples the transformation
April 2020 5.1.2 Explain with examples various forms of energy.
of energy such as solar energy, heat
energy, chemical energy, electrical Make generalisation that energy can be
energy, kinetic energy, sound energy, transformed from one form to another.
potential energy, light energy and
nuclear energy through observation of Provide reasoning on the importance of
various situations around us. transformation of energy in everyday life.
5.1.3 State that energy can be
transformed from one form to another Design creatively and innovatively a model
through observation of various situations and describe the transformation of the
around us. energy involved.

5.1.4 Explain through examples the
transformation of energy in appliances
such as radio, cellphone, flash light,
television, candle, bicycle.

WEEK 16 5.2 Renewable 5.2.1 State that renewable energy is the 1 State the meaning of renewable and non-
13 April – and non- energy that can be replenished when renewable energy.
19 April renewable used up through observation by using
energy various media. 2 Give examples of the sources of renewable
2020 5.2.2 State that non-renewable energy is and non-renewable energy.
the energy that cannot be replenished
when used up through observation by 3 Build a graphic organizer on the sources of
using various media. energy that are renewable and non-
5.2.3 List the sources of renewable renewable
energy such as wind, sun, water,
biomass, food and wave. 4 Provide reasoning on the importance of
5.2.4 List the sources of non-renewable using sources of energy wisely.
energy such as petroleum, coal, and
nuclear materials. 5 Generate ideas on the usage of non-
5.2.5 Provide reasoning on the renewable energy to renewable energy
importance of using sources of non- resources in everyday life.
renewable energy wisely.
6 Generate ideas about the consequences if
the source of renewable energy decreases.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
6.1.1 State that light travels in a straight DESCRIPTOR
6. PROPERTIES OF LIGHT line by carrying out activities LEVEL State that light travels in a straight line.
6.1.2 Carry out experiments to determine 1
WEEK 17 6.1 Light travels the factors that affect the size of the 2
Shadow
20 April – in a straight line 6.1.3 Carry out experiments to determine 3
the factors that affect the shape of
26 April Give examples of activities which show that
light travels in a straight line.
2020

Make inferences about the formation
of shadows.

4 Predict the factors that affect the size and
shape of the shadow.

5 Test the factors that affect the size and the
shape of the shadow.

6 Draw conclusions about the factors that
affect the size and the shape of the shadow.

WEEK 18 6.2. Light can be 6.2.1 State that light can be reflected by 1 State that light can be reflected and 1 May Hari Kelepasan
27 April – 3 reflected carrying out activities. refracted. Am ( Hari Pekerja)
May 2020 6.2.2 Describe the uses of reflection of
light in everyday life such as:
• side mirrors of car; 2 State examples of phenomenon that shows
light can be refracted and examples of tools

• periscope; • mirror. that use the properties of light reflection.
6.2.3 Draw a ray diagram to show the
reflection of light from the surface of a 3 Sketch a ray diagram to show the properties
mirror. of light reflected from the surface of a mirror.

4 Explain through examples the tools that use
the properties of light reflection by drawing a
ray diagram.

5 Create a tool or a model that uses the
properties of light.

6 Provide reasoning on the properties of light
used in the tool or model created.

WEEK 19 6.3 Light can be 6.3.1 State that light can be refracted by
4 May – 10 refracted carrying out activities
May 2020 6.3.2 Describe an event or phenomenon
that shows light can be refracted such as:

position of coin in the water;
shape of a pencil in a glass of
water;
size of an alphabet when viewed

WEEK 20 through a glass;
11 May – 17 size of fish in an aquarium.
May 2020
Create a tool or a model that uses the
WEEK 21 properties of light.
18 May – Provide reasoning the properties of light
24 May used in the tool or model created.

2020 PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

WEEK 22 20 May dan 21 May adalah cuti sempena perayaan
25 May –
31 May CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN

2020 CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN
(6 June Hari Keputeraan Agong)
WEEK 23
1 June – 7
June 2020

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
7.1.1 Explain with examples the sources DESCRIPTOR
6. PROPERTIES OF LIGHT that produce electricity such as a dry cell, LEVEL State the safety precautions when handling
solar cell, dynamo, power plant, 1 electrical appliances.
WEEK 24 7.1 Sources of accumulators and generators. 2
8 June – 14 electrical 7.2.1 Build a complete electric circuit 3 Give examples of the sources that produce
June 2020 energy using dry cell, bulb, switch and wires. 4 electricity.
7.2.2 State the function of a switch in an
WEEK 25 7.2 A complete 4 electric circuit 5 Build a complete electric circuit and sketch
15 June – electric circuit 7.2.3 Identify the symbols of electrical 6 the diagram using symbols.
21 June components in a complete electric
circuit. Conclude on the brightness of bulbs in a
2020 7.2.4 Sketch a circuit diagram using the series and parallel circuit by carrying out
WEEK 26 symbol of electrical components. experiments.
22 June – 7.2.5 Carry out an experiment to
28 June compare the brightness of the bulbs if Provide reasoning on the usage of parallel
the number of bulbs or the number of circuits of daily electricity consumption.
2020 dry cells are changed.
7.2.6 Identify the arrangement of bulbs Generate ideas on the advantages and
WEEK 27 in series circuit and parallel circuit disadvantages of series circuit and parallel
29 June – 5 through observation by using various circuit.
July 2020 media.
7.2.7 Sketch the series circuit and parallel

WEEK 28 7.3 Safety circuit by using the symbol of electrical
6 July – 12 precautions components.
July 2020 when handling 7.2.8 Compare and contrast the
electrical brightness of the bulbs in series circuit
appliances and parallel circuit.
7.2.9 State the effect on the light up of
bulbs when a few of switches in a series
circuit and a parallel circuit are switched
on or off.
7.3.1 Generate ideas about the effect of
mishandling electrical appliances
through observation by using various
media
7.3.2 Describe the safety precautions
when handling electrical appliances.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
8.1.1 State that temperature is a
8. HEAT measurement degree of hotness. LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
8.1.2 State the standard unit of 1 State the meaning of temperature and its
WEEK 29 8.1 Temperature temperature . unit.
8.1.3 Measure temperature using
13 July – 19 and Heat appropriate tools and correct

July 2020

2 Measure temperature using appropriate
tools and correct techniques.

techniques. 3 Make generalisation that the material
8.1.4 Make generalisation that material becomes warmer when it gains heat and
becomes warmer when it gains heat and becomes cooler when it loses heat.
becomes cooler when it loses heat by
carrying out activities. 4 Explain through examples the expansion and
contraction of materials in terms of gaining
and losing heat.

5 Communicate the advantages and
disadvantages on the application of the
principle of expansion and contraction of
materials.

6 Generate ideas about the tools that apply
the principle of expansion and contraction of
materials and the way it functions.

WEEK 30 8.1.5 Conclude that temperature
20 July – increases when heat is gained and
26 July decreases when heat is lost by carrying
out activities such as heating and cooling
2020 of water.
8.1.6 State that material expands when it
WEEK 31 5 gains heat and contracts when it loses
27 July - 2 heat by carrying out activities such as:

August heating ring and the iron ball;
2020 heating and cooling of coloured
water in glass tube;
immersing a bottle with a balloon on
its mouth into hot water and ice.
8.1.7 Provide reasoning the importance
of the application in the principle of
expansion and contraction in everyday
life such as:
gap between the railway tracks;
installed electric cable slack or loose;
liquid in the thermometer bulb.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
9.1.1 State that matter can exist as solid,
9. MATTER liquid and gas. LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
9.1.2 Classify the examples of materials/ 1 Give examples of solid, liquid and gas.
WEEK 32 9.1 States of objects into solid, liquid and gas
3 August – matter 9.1.3 Characterizing the properties of
9 August solid, liquid and gas by carrying out
activities to show it; 2 Describe the properties of solid, liquid and
2020 has mass; gas.
• occupy space;
WEEK 33 • has fixed volume; 3 Classify the examples of materials/ objects
10 August • has fixed shape. based on the states of matter.
9.1.4 Make generalization that water can
– 16 exist in three states of matter by carrying
August out activities.

2020 4 Make generalization that water can exist in
three state of matter.

5 Communicate to explain the arrangement of
particles of water in three states of matter.

6 Make an analogy on the arrangement of
particles of solids, liquids and gases with the
situations in everyday life.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
9.2.1 Describe that water can change its LEVEL DESCRIPTOR Maal Hijrah (20 August
WEEK 34 9.2 Changes in state through processes of freezing, 1 List the processes in the change of states of 2020)
17 August states of matter melting, boiling, evaporation and water.
condensation by carrying out activities.
– 23 9.2.2 Explain with examples the changes 2 Describe the processes in the change of
August of state of matter occurs when it gain or states of water when it gains or loses heat.
2020 lost heat by carrying out activitie
9.3.1 Relate the changes in states of
WEEK 35 9.3 The natural water with the formation of clouds and 3 Relate changes in states of water with the
24 August water cycle the phenomena of rain formation of clouds and the phenomena of
9.3.2 Generate ideas on the importance rain.
– 30 9.4 The of natural water cycle.
August importance of 4 Provide reasoning on the importance of
2020 water resources 9.4.1 State natural water resources such natural water cycle to maintain water
as river, lake, well and spring. resources.
Explain the importance of maintaining
the cleanliness of water resources. 5 Generate ideas on factors that causes
contamination of water resources and ways
to maintain its cleanliness.

6 Communicate about the factors that disrupt
the natural water cycle and its impact on
living things.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
10.1.1 Define operationally the acidic, DESCRIPTOR 31 August Hari
10. ACID AND ALKALI alkaline and neutral substances based on LEVEL Give examples of acidic, alkaline Kemerdekaan
the changes of the colour of litmus 1 and neutral substances.
WEEK 36 10.1 Chemical paper.
31 August properties of 10.1.2 Make generalisation, on the 2 Classify substances based on the color
properties changes of the litmus paper.
– 6 substances. of acidic, alkaline and neutral substances 3
September based on the colour change of the
litmus paper, taste, and touch by testing 4
2020 a few substances.
10.1.3 Giving examples of acidic, alkaline
and neutral substances. Define operationally the acidic, alkaline and
neutral substances by using litmus paper.

Make generalization on the properties of
acidic, alkaline and neutral substances based
on the colour changes of the litmus paper,
taste, and touch.

5 Communicate about the importance of the
properties of acidic, alkaline and neutral
substances in every day life.

6 Generate ideas about the ability of acidic and
alkaline substances to change the property of
a substance.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
DESCRIPTOR
11. EARTH, MOON AND SUN LEVEL State that Earth rotates and moves.
1
WEEK 37 11.1 The 11.1.1 State that the Earth rotates on its 2
3
7 movement of the axis and at the same time moves around
4
September Earth the Sun on its orbit. Simulate the occurrence of day and night.
5
– 13 11.1.2 Describe the direction and duration
6
September of rotation and movement of Earth Explain the direction and duration of rotation

2020 around the Sun through simulation. and movement of Earth around the Sun.

WEEK 38 1.1.3 Demonstrate the occurrence of day Describe the Earth rotates on its axis and at 16 September (Hari
14 and night through simulation. the same time moves around the Sun on its Malaysia)
11.1.4 Describe the effects of the rotation
September of Earth on its axis i.e: orbit.
- 20 • occurrence of day and night;
• the position of the Sun appears to Explain through examples the effects of the
September vary; rotation of Earth on its axis.
2020

• changes in the length and the direction

of shadow. Generate ideas about other effects caused by
the rotation and movement of Earth, the
Moon and the Sun.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
WEEK 39 11.2 Phases of the 11.2.1 Describe the Moon does not emit 1 State the Moon does not emit light

21 Moon light

September but reflects the light from the Sun. 2 Explain the Moon reflects light from the Sun
to the Earth.
– 27 11.2.2 Describe the rotation of the Moon

September on its axis and at the same time orbits

2020 the Earth in the aspect of direction and 3 Explain the movement of the Moon and the
Earth.
duration through simulation.

WEEK 40 11.2.3 Using space and time relationship 4 Using space and time relationship to describe
28 to describe the phases of the Moon such the phases of the Moon.
as new moon, crescent, half-moon and
September full moon in a complete cycle according 5 Generate ideas about the phases of the
–4 to the Lunar calendar Moon relating to the events of life.

October 6 Communicate to state the same part of the
2020 Moon always faces the Earth and describe
the phenomena.

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD
12.1.1 Give examples of a strong and
12. STRENGTH AND STABILITY stable LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
structure by observing various media. 1 State examples of a strong and stable
WEEK 41 12.1 The stability 12.1.2 Carry out experiments to structure.
determine the factors that affect the
5 October and strength of stability of an object such as the base
area and height.
– 11 an object 12.1.3 Carry out experiments to
determine the factors that affect the
October and structure strength of a structure i.e the type of 2 Determine the factors that affect the
materials and its shape stability and strength of a structure.
2020 12.1.4 Generate ideas on the importance
of a strong and stable building structure
for the well being of human life. 3 Generate ideas on the importance of a
12.1.5 Create a strong and stable strong and stable building structural for a
structure models using recycle materials. sustainable life.
12.1.6 Provide reasoning on the selected
materials used to build a strong and 4 Create a strong and stable structural models.
stable model to improve the quality of
WEEK 42 sustainable life. Provide reasoning on a strong and stable
12 October 5 structural models built/created

– 18 Improve the structural models built based on
October 6 the findings of an investigation.

2020

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTE
STANDARD DESCRIPTOR
LEVEL

WEEK 43 12.2 Civilizing of 12.2.1 Practicing usage of sustainable
19 October sustainable materials.

– 25 living. 12.2.2 Explain observations using
October sketches, ICT, writing or verbally

2020

WEEK 44 YEAR END EXAMINATION
26 October 29 October (Hari Keputeraan Nabi Muhammad SAW)

–1 YEAR END EXAMINATION
November
EXAM PAPER DISCUSSION
2020
WEEK 45 FINAL WEEK OF SCHOOL
2 Nov – 8 15 dan 16 November adalah cuti sempena Deepavali
Nov 2020
WEEK 46
9 Nov – 15
Nov 2020
WEEK 47
16 Nov-
22 Nov

2020


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