Inviestigating the Universe

The Earth,the Moon and the Sun

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Saturday, 2 March 2013

Kerja kursus- Jadual penentu kandungan














GROUP: SWK04 - A112PJJ


TAJUK TUGASAN:


Jadual Penentuan Kandungan Pelajaran &
Jadual Rancangan Pengajaran  


PENSYARAH:  Zaini bin Abdullah  
                                                                              












ISI KANDUNGAN

1. Jadual Penentuan Kandungan.
2. Rancangan Pengajaran harian untuk 3 sesi pengajaran & pembelajaran secara perbandingan model objektivis dan konstruktivis.
3. Set soalan objektif (6 soalan) mengikut aras taksonomi Bloom bagi setiap satu sesi pengajaran & pembelajaran.



Jadual Penentuan Kandungan Pelajaran
Subjek / Mata pelajaran : Bahasa Malaysia                                                                                                   Tahun : 1 C
Topik / Tema: 1 KELUARGA

Unit
Pengetahuan & Pemahaman
Aras
Konsep/istilah
Fakta
Kaedah / kemahiran
Teori / Prinsip
Analisis
Sintesis
Aplikasi
Penilaian
Keluarga saya
Konkrit
Istilah: datuk, nenek, bapa, Ibu, kakak, abang, dan adik.
Pentingnya ahli keluarga.
Menyenaraikan
Hubung kait
Mengelas
Menerang
Penyusun awal
Masteri
Teori Konstruktisme
Verbal-linguistik
mengecam





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X Lembaran kerja

Kasih ibu
Pengetahuan sedia ada
Istilah: keluarga, sayang, bahagia
Pentingnya ibu kepada anak.
Mengilustasi dengan contoh.
Menerang
Didik hibur
Soaljawab
Penyusun awal
Kontekstual
masteri
Teori Konstruktisme
Verbal-linguistik
Teori Masteri




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Projek
Seronoknya dengan keluarga
Abstrak
Istilah: datuk, nenek, bapa, Ibu, kakak, abang, dan adik.
Mengenali watak ahli keluarga.
Mengilustasi dengan contoh.
Menerang
Didik hibur
Soaljawab
Penyusun awal
Kontekstual

Verbal linguistik
Inkuiri



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Main peranan






Friday, 14 December 2012

Activity

Aim : To investigate the occurence of day and night due to the rotation of the Earth.

Procedure:

1     A globe and an electric torch are used to carry out the activity.
2     The apparatus is set up as shown below.














3     The globe is spinned slowly from the west to the east.
4     The observations are recorded.

Observation:














Inferences:

1     The side of the globe facing towards the torch is lighted. The light represents daytime.
2     The side of the globe facing away from the torch is in darkness. The darkness represents night-time.

Conclusion:

The rotation of the Earth on its axis causes the occurrence of day and night. 

Monday, 10 December 2012

Activity

Aim: To simulate and observe the phases of the Moon

Procedure:

1     This activity must be carried out in a dark room.
2     A stick is pierced through the centre of a polystyrene ball to represent the Moon.
3     An electric torch is placed in the room to represent the Sun.
4     The polystyrene ball is held by the observer at arm's length between the torch and his eyes.
5     The half surface of the ball facing the observer is observed.
6     The observations are recorded in the form of drawings.
7     Together with his arm, the observer turns 45 degree to the left (anticlockwise).
       He observes the surface of the ball facing him and records its apperarance.
8     Step 7 is repeated for all the other positions given in the following diagram.





















Inferences:

1     We see different parts of the Moon at different times because the angles between the Moon, the Earth and the Sun are changing all the time.

2     When the Moon is farthest from the Sun, half of the surface of the Moon is illuminated. This is known as the full moon.


Conclusion:

The phases of the Moon are caused by the movement of the Moon around the Earth and its changing position relative to the Sun.

Monday, 3 December 2012

More exercises- paper I

Choose the best answer.

1     The figure below shows one of the phases of the Moon.












        The name of the phase is ____ .

        A     waxing crescent                   B     first quarter      

        C     new moon                           D     full moon


2     The figure below shows sunlight falling onto the surface of the Earth.

         









       Which of the places labbelled P, Q, R and S is experiencing dawn?

       A        P                                       B       Q                   

       C       R                                        D        S



3      The figure below shows the Earth and its natural satellite.










       The time taken for the satellite to move around the Earth once is ______ .

       A       a lunar year                      B     a solar year        

      C      a lunar month                     D     a solar month


4     The figure below shows two phases of the moon.







       What are the names of the phase L and phase M?

                L                                          M

       A     first quarter                         waxing gibbous

       B     waxing gibbous                    first quarter

       C     waxing crescent                   first quarter

       D     waxing crescent                   waxing gibbous

5     The figure below shows the various positions of the Moon in its orbit around the Earth.

   








        Which position, J, K, L or M , is the position of a new moon?

       A      J                                        B       K                         
 
       C      L                                       D       M





     Answers:

     1    A                  2     B                  3    C                  4    D                   5     C









Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Exercises-paper II

1    The below figure shows an experiment carried out to investigate the effects of the rotation of the Earth. 









      a     What is represented by

      i      the globe:_______________________________________  ( 1 mark )

      ii     the electric torch:__________________________________  ( 1 mark )  

      b     Which point, A or B, on the globe will receive the light first?

             ______________________________________________   (1 mark )

      c     Write an inference for your answer in (b).

            _______________________________________________  ( 1 mark )

      d     What is the main occurrence that results from the rotation of the Earth on its axis?

             _______________________________________________  ( 1 mark )

      e     State what would happen if the Earth stopped rotating.

             _______________________________________________  ( 1 mark )




Answers:

1ai     The Earth
    ii     The Sun

  b      A
  c      The Earth rotates from the west to the east on its axis.
  d      The occurrence of day and night.
  e      One half of the surface of the Earth would have continuous daylight while the other half continuous darkness.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Exercises

Choose the correct answer.

1     Which of the following is the result of the Earth's rotation on its axis?
   
       A     earthquakes
       B     The four seasons
       C     Occurrence of day and night
       D     Formation of waves on the sea

2     The picture belows shows four position, P, Q, R & S, on the Earth.

       Which position is currently experiencing midnight?

       A.     P          B.     Q          C.     R          D.      S 

3     Which of the following is correct about the shadow of an object and the tme the shadow is formed?


4    We do not see the Moon during daytime because

      A     the Earth bolcks sunlight from falling on the surface of the Moon
      B     the Moon is always on the side of the Earth that is in darkness
      C     the Moon doew not reflect sunlight during daytime
      D     the Sun is much brighter than the Moon

5     Which of the following shows the correct sequence of the phases of the Moon?



Answers: 1  C     2  A     3  A     4  D     5  C     

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Science class activities

Science class activities



Explanation on how the Moon move around the Earth and how the Earth move around the Sun.

             
  

  Pupils draw the movement of the Moon and the Earth.
                      

                                           Discussion