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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES

STANDARD
1
02-05
JAN 2018 CUTI TAHUN BARU 1 JANUARY 2018
2
08-12
JAN
2018Jan
2017

MINGGU TRANSISI TAHUN 1

THEME : INQUIRY IN SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR


TOPIC : 1. SCEINTIFIC SKILLS
1.1 Science Pupils are able to: 1 State all the senses involved in making the Teacher conducts
3 Process Skills 1.1.1 Observe observations on the phenomena that occur. activities that could lead
15-19 2 Describe all the senses used in making the to the implementation
JAN 2018 observations on the phenomena or changes and assessment of
that occur. observing skills.
3 Use all the senses involved in making the
observations on the phenomena or changes
that occur.
4 (i) Use all the senses involved in making
qualitative observations to explain the
phenomena or changes that occur.
(ii) Using the appropriate tools if necessary to
help the observation
5 (i) Use all the senses involved in making
qualitative and quantitative observations to
explain the phenomena or changes that occur.
(ii) Using the appropriate tools if necessary to
help the observation.
6 (i) Use all the senses involved in making
qualitative and quantitative observations to
explain phenomena or changes that occur
systematically.
(ii) Using the appropriate tools if necessary to
help the observation.

SCIENCE YEAR 1 YEARLY PLAN SKDU 2018 >


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CHINEESE NEW YEAR (26 ~ 31 JANUARI 2017)
THEME : INQUIRY IN SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 1. SCEINTIFIC SKILLS
Pupils are able to: 1 State the information gained. Teacher conducts
4 1.1 Science 1.1.2 Communicate activities that could lead
22-26 Process Skills 2 Record information or ideas in any forms. to the implementation
JAN 2018 3 Record information or ideas in suitable form. and assessment of
4 Record information or ideas in suitable form communication skills.
and present it systematically.
5 Record information or ideas in more than one
suitable form and present it systematically.
6 Record information or ideas in more than one
suitable form and present it systematically,
creatively and innovatively and able to provide
feedback.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : INQUIRY IN SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 1. SCEINTIFIC SKILLS
1.2 Manipulative Skills Pupils are able to: 1 List the apparatus, science substances and Teacher carries out
5 specimens required for an activity. assessment during
29 JAN – 1.2.1 Use and handle science 2 Describe the use of apparatus, science pupils’ learning activities.
02 FEB apparatus and substances correctly. substances and specimens required for an
2018 activity with the correct method.
1.2.2 Handle specimens correctly 3 Handling apparatus, science substances and
6 and carefully. specimens required for an activity with the
05- 09 correct method.
1.2.3 Sketch specimens, apparatus 4 Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
FEB 2018 31 JAN : HARI
and science substances correctly. storing the apparatus, science substances and THAIPUSAM
specimens used in an activity with the correct
1.2.4 Clean science apparatus method.
correctly.
5 Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
storing the apparatus, science substances and
1.2.5 Store science apparatus and
specimens used in an activity with the correct
substances correctly and safely.
methods, systematically and sparingly.
6 Using, handling, sketching, cleaning and
storing the apparatus, science substances and
specimens used in an activity with the correct
methods, systematically, sparingly and be an
example to others.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : INQUIRY IN SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 2. SCIENCE ROOM RULES
7 1 State one of the science room rules. Teacher can assess by
12-16 2.1 Science room Pupils are able to: observations during the
FEB 2018 rules 2.1.1 Adhere to science room rules 2 State more than one of the science room rules. learning activities.

3 Apply one of the science room rules.


8
19-23 4 Apply more than one of the science room 15 FEB : CUTI TIDAK
FEB 2018 rules. PERLU DIGANTI
5 Give reasons the needs to adhere the science
room rules. 16 - 17 FEB : CUTI
TAHUN BARU CINA
6 Be an example to peer in adhering to science 19 FEB : CUTI TIDAK
room rules. PERLU DIGANTI

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : LIFE SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 3. LIVING THINGS AND NON-LIVING THINGS
9 UB 1 : 26 FEB - 1 MAC

26 FEB –
02 MAC
2018

1 Give examples of living things and non-living Teacher brings pupils to


things. identify objects within
10 Pupils are able to: 2 Compare and contrast living things and non- school surroundings.
05 – 09 living things. Pupils discuss and
MAC 3.1.1 conclude that human,
2018 3.1 Living things and Compare and contrast living things animals and plants are
non-living things and non-living things based on the living things.
following characteristics: Note:
(i) breathe; There are non-living
(ii) need food and water; things that have the
(iii) move; characteristics of living
(iv) grow; and things.
(v) reproduce. e.g.:
(i) moving objects such
as a fan and a car; and
3 Describe the basic needs of living things for (ii) the object that
3.1.2 human, animals and plants. becomes bigger such as
Arrange in sequence the examples 4 Arrange in sequence the examples of living a blown balloon.
of living things based on their sizes. things based on their sizes.
5 Provide reasoning for the importance of food,
water, air and shelter to human and animals.
6 Communicate to show that human, animals
and plants have different ways to obtain food,
water and air.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : LIFE SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 3. LIVING THINGS AND NON-LIVING THINGS
3.1 Living things and Pupils are able to: 1 Give examples of living things and non-living Guru membawa murid ke
11 non-living things things. Luar kelas untuk melihat
12 – 16 3.2.1 State the basic needs of living 2 Compare and contrast living things and non- kawasan sekita rsekolah
MAC things i.e. food, water and air. living things. dan mengecam benda
2018 3.2.2 Describe human, animals and 3 Describe the basic needs of living things for benda yang di temui
plants need food, water and air in human, animals and plants. mereka. Murid
different ways. 4 Arrange in sequence the examples of living berbincang sehingga
things based on their sizes. membuat kesimpulan
bahawa manusia,
. haiwan dan tumbuhan
adalah benda hidup.
CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 1 : 17 - 25 MAC 2018 5 Provide reasoning for the importance of food,
water, air and shelter to human and animals
Nota :
12
Terdapatbendabukanhid
26 – 30 6 Communicate to show that human, animals up yang mempunyaiciri
MAC 3.2.3 and plants have different ways to obtain food, bendahidup. Contoh:
2018 Describe human and animals also water and air.
need shelters.
(i) objek yang
13 bergeraksepertikipasdan
3.2.4
02 –06 kereta; dan
Provide reasoning on the importance
APRIL (ii) objek yang
of food, water, air and shelter to
2018 human and animals.
membesarsepertibelon
yang ditiup.
3.2.5
Explain observations on
characteristics and basic needs of
living things using sketches, ICT,
writing or verbally.

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WEEK CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING PERFORMANCE NOTES
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THEME : LIFE SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 4. HUMAN
4.1 Pupils are able to: 1 State the parts of human body. Discuss with pupils the
14 Human senses 2 Relate the parts of human body with it senses. function of each part of
09 –13 4.1.1 the body.
APRIL Identify parts of human body which 3 Describe the characteristic of objects using Touch to compare the
related to senses. senses. surface, see to
2018
4 Classify the object given according to chosen differentiate colours,
4.1. characteristic smell to detect odours
15
Classify the objects according to 5 Identify the objects given if one of the senses which possibly a sign of
identified characteristic. is not functioning. danger e.g. smell of fire.
16 – 20
4.1.3 Pupils carry out activities
APRIL 6 Communicating about the tools that can help
Use senses to identify objects to identify objects e.g.
2018 through investigation. sensory organs when it is not functioning objects in a black box.
4.1.4 properly. Tools that can help
16 Explain with examples, use other sensory organs when it
senses if one of the senses is not is not functioning
23 – 27 functioning. properly, e.g. spectacles
APRIL 4.1.5 and hearing aids.
2018 Explain observations about human
senses using sketches, ICT, writing
or verbally.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : LIFE SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 5. ANIMALS
5.1 Pupils are able to: 1 Give example of animals. Pupils identify the parts
17 Parts of animals. of animals such as:
30 APRIL 5.1.1 2 Describe parts of animals (i) rabbit;
– 04 MEI Identify the parts of animals e.g. (ii) crocodile;
2018 1 MEI : HARI PEKERJA beak, scales, fins, fine hair, feathers, 3 Relate the importance of animal parts to (iii) frog;
horn, feelers, hard skin, shell, wings, themselves (iv) fish;
head, body, tail and webbed feet. (v) snail;
4 Explain through examples the parts of animals. (vi) duck;
5.1.2 (vii) flies;
18 Relate the parts of animals with their (viii) rhinoceros; and
importance. (ix) worm.
5 Make generalisation that different animals may
07 – 11 have same parts of the body.
5.1.3 Pupils use an example of
MEI 2018 Explain through examples the parts animal and identify its
of animals. 6 Communicate how humans play their roles in parts.
preventing mistreated animals which it may Teacher carries out
19 16 MEI: HARI GURU 5.1.4 lead to injury to parts of animals. discussions to trigger
PERINGKAT SEKOLAH Make generalisation that different pupils ideas on how
14 –18 animals may have same parts of the humans play their roles
MEI 2018 17 MEI : 1 body. in preventing mistreated
RAMADHAN 1439H animals which it may
5.1.5 lead to injury to parts of
Explain observations about parts of animals.
animals using sketches, ICT, writing
or verbally.

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21 – 25 PKSR 1 : 21 - 25 MEI 2018
MEI 2018

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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CUTI PERSEKOLAHAN PENGGAL PERTAMA27 MAY – 11 JUNE 2016
NUZUL QURAN12 JUNE 2017

THEME : LIFE SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR


TOPIC : 6. PLANTS
Pupils are able to: 1 State the parts of plants. Pupils are given / shown
21 PKSR 1 : 28 MEI 2018 actual plants for the
6.1.1 Compare and contrast parts of 2 Identify parts of actual chosen plant. activities.
28 MEI - 29 MEI : HARI plant i.e.: Pupils give examples of
01 JUN WESAK (i) leaf: types of vein; flowering plants and non-
2018 (ii) flower: flowering, non-flowering; flowering plants i.e.
(iii) stem: woody, non-woody; and hibiscus, mushrooms,
6.1 (iv) root: tap root, fibre root. 3 State the importance parts of plants to itself. ferns and orchids.
22 Parts of plants. Pupils classify plant
04 – 08 6.1.2 4 Classify plants according to chosen based on its
Relate the parts of plants i.e. leaf, characteristic. characteristic i.e. the
JUN 2018
flower, stem and root with its types of veins, flowers,
importance to the plant. 5 Make generalisation that different plants may stems or roots learnt.
have same parts. Pupils may use lallang
6.1.3 and balsam plant to
Make generalisation that different 6 Communicate to differentiate types of veins of show the differences in
plants may have same parts. the leaf, flowering or non-flowering, type of parts of plants.
stem and type of root between two plants.
6.1.4 2 JUN : HARI NUZUL
Explain observations about parts of AL-QURAN
plants using sketches, ICT, writing or
verbally.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN TAHUN : 09 – 24 JUN 2018

CUTI HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI : 15 - 16 JUN 2018

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : PHYSICAL SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 7. MAGNET
23 7.1 Magnet Pupils are able to: 1 Give examples of objects or tools that use Pupils are encouraged to
25 – 29 magnet. bring various tools that
JUN 2018 7.1.1 use magnets such as
2 Identify various types of magnets.
Give examples the usage of magnetic pencil boxes,
24 magnets in daily life. fridge magnets and
3 Make generalisation of how magnet reflect on
02 – 06 magnetic toys.
various objects.
JUL 2018 7.1.2 Pupils conduct
4 Make generalisation that magnet attracts or
Identify the shapes of magnets e.g. investigations by placing
repels between two poles.
25 bar, cylinder, horseshoe, U-shaped, magnet near to the
button and ring. 5 Conclude the strengths of magnets based on object and observe
09 – 13 investigation done. whether the objects are
JUL 2018 7.1.3 attracted or not.
Make generalisation of how magnet 6 Design a game or a tool using magnets. Pupils conduct a fair test
reflect on various objects by carrying to investigate the
out activities. strength of magnets in
terms of distance and the
7.1.4 number of paper clips
Conclude that magnet attracts or that are attracted, the
repels between two poles through shape and size of the
investigation. magnets must be
constant
7.1.5 Pupils can design simple
Determine the strengths of magnet games such as nail
towards object through investigation. racing using magnets
without touch the nail.
7.1.6
Explain observations about magnets
using sketches, ICT, writing or
verbally.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : MATERIAL SCIENCE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 8. ABSORPTION
8.1 Pupils are able to: 1 State the objects that absorb water and cannot Pupils classify objects
26 The ability of absorb water. that absorb water and
16 – 20 materials to absorb 8.1.1 2 List the importance of objects that absorb cannot absorb water for
JUL water Identify the objects that absorb water water and cannot absorb water in daily life. example:
2018 and cannot absorb water through 3 Classify objects that absorb water and cannot (i) handkerchief;
investigation. absorb water. (ii) tissue paper;
27 4 Provide reasoning on the importance of (iii) paper clips;
23 – 27 8.1.2 materials that do not absorb water in daily life. (iv) marbles;
Classify objects that absorb water 5 Arrange in sequence the ability of objects to (v) bottle cap;
JUL
and cannot absorb water. absorb water based on types of materials. (vi) paper; and
2018
6 Solving problem by applying the knowledge on (vii) mop.
8.1.3 the ability of objects that absorb water. Pupils are able to
28 Describe the ability of objects to determine the ability of
30 JUL – absorb water based on types of objects to absorb water
3 OGOS materials through investigation. based on type of material
2018 by collecting the volume
8.1.4 of water absorbed by the
State the importance of objects that objects. The size of the
29 absorb water and cannot absorb object used must be
06 – 10 water in daily life. constant.
OGOS
2018 8.1.5 Note: Sponge is made
Design an object based on the ability from plastic which is
to absorb water. cannot absorb water.

8.1.6
Explain observations about the
ability of materials to absorb water
using sketches, ICT, writing or
verbally.

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
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THEME : EARTH AND SPACE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 9. EARTH
9.1 Pupils are able to: 1 State the surface of the Earth.
30 Surface of the Earth 2 Give examples of types of soils. Pupils discuss about the
13 – 17 9.2 9.1.1 surface of the Earth by
Soil State the surface of the Earth e.g. 3 Identify the contents one type of soil through observing the Earth
OGOS
PENTAKSIRAN mountain, beach, hill, valley, river, observation. model.
2018
FORMATIF pond, lake and sea. Pupils mix the sample of
4 Compare and contrast the contents of example soil with water, shake it
9.2.1 given soil. and let a moment to see
State the types of soils e.g. garden the contents of soil e.g.
soil, clay and sand. twigs, leaves, stones,
sand and small animals.
Pupils compare and
contrast the contents of
soil for at least two
different types of soils
such as garden soil and
sand.

CUTI PERTENGAHAN PENGGAL 2 : 18 – 26 OGOS 2018

22 OGOS : HARI RAYA HAJI 5 Record the contents of different types of soils.

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9.2.2 6 Communicate to predicts the use of soil and
Compare and contrast the contents of different types of soils explain it based on the knowledge of the soil
31 through investigation. contents.
27 - 31 31 OGOS : HARI
OGOS KEBANGSAAN
2018

32 9.2.3
Explain observation about the surface of the Earth and soil
03 –07
using sketches, ICT, writing or verbally.
SEPT
2018

WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES


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THEME : TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF LIFE PL DESCRIPTOR
TOPIC : 10. BASIC OF BUILDING
10.1 Pupils are able to: State the basic shapes i.e. triangle, square, Note: Basic shape blocks
33 Construction of basic : 1 rectangle and circle. can be build using manila
10 -14 shape blocks cards or boxes.
SEPT 10.1.1 Identify the blocks i.e. cube, cuboid, pyramid, * UPSR
2018 Identify the basic shapes i.e. 2 prism, cone, cylinder and sphere.
triangle, square, rectangle and circle. 11 SEPT : AWAL
Sketch the basic shape blocks. MUHARRAM
10.1.2 3
34
Identify the basic shape blocks i.e. Design an object or structure using basic (16 SEPT : HARI
17 – 21
cube, cuboid, pyramid, prism, cone, 4 shapes and blocks. MALAYSIA)
SEPT cylinder and sphere.
2018
Communicate to explain the built object or
5 structure.

Provide reasoning on the importance of


35 10.1.3 6 various types of blocks in daily life.
Design an object or structure using

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24 – 28 basic shape blocks.
SEPT
2018 10.1.4
Provide reasoning on the importance
of different types of blocks shape.
36
01 – 05
OKT
2018
10.1.5
37 Explain observations about the
08 – 12 object built using sketches, ICT,
OKT writing or verbally.
2018

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STANDARD

38 PKSR 2 : 17 - 19 OKTOBER

15 – 19
OKT
2018

39
22 – 26
OKT PKSR 2 : 22 - 25 OKTOBER
2018
40
29 OKT –
02 NOV 5 NOV: CUTI TIDAK PERLU DIGANTI
2018
6 NOV : HARI DEEPAVALI

7 NOV : CUTI TIDAK PERLU DIGANTI

41
05 – 09
NOV

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2018 ANSWER DISCUSSION

42 PERSEDIAAN HARI ANUGERAH CEMERLANG


12 – 16
NOV
2018
43 20 NOV : MAULIDUR RASUL
19 – 23
NOV MAJLIS ANUGERAH KECEMERLANG
2018
CUTI AKHIR TAHUN

24 NOV – 31 DIS 2018

11 DIS : HARI KEPUTERAAN SULTAN SELANGOR

25 DIS: KRISMAS

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WEEK CONTENT LEARNING STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD NOTES
STANDARD
41
6 - 10
November PENGURUSAN PBS DAN PEMULANGAN BUKU TEKS
2017

42
13 - 17
November PENGURUSAN PBS DAN PEMULANGAN BUKU TEKS
2017
43
20 - 24
November PENGURUSAN PBS DAN PEMULANGAN BUKU TEKS
2017
CUTI PERSEKOLAHAN AKHIR TAHUN 2017
25 NOVEMBER 2017 – 31 DISEMBER 2017

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