Integrated Sciences Grade 7 CBC Free Schemes of Work

 

GRADE 7 ACTIVE INTEGRATED SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORKTERM 3

NAME OF THE TEACHER                                                                  SCHOOL                                             YEAR                          TERM             .

Week LSN strand Sub-strand Specific Learning Outcomes Key Inquiry Question(s) Learning Experiences Learning Resources Assessment Methods Ref
1 1 Human Excretory System-Skin and Urinary System

 

Healthy living for Good skin and kidney By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) Identify causes of skin diseases

b) Adopt a healthy lifestyle to promote skin health.

c) Appreciate the importance of proper use of cosmetics for a health.

Why is excretion important to the human body? Learners are guided to:

• Learners are guided to discuss healthy lifestyles that promote kidney and skin health, for instance, adequate hydration.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Charts

• salts and water

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 97-98

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.118-119

• Practical Work

• Observation

• Oral Questions and Answers

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Anecdotal Records

• Written Test

 
  2   Importance of proper use of cosmetics By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a.       Define the term cosmetics

b.       Discuss the importance of cosmetics

c.       State the effects of cosmetics on the human skin

d.       Appreciate the importance of proper use of cosmetics

What are cosmetics? Learners are guided to:

• Search for information and brainstorm on examples of cosmetics and their health effects on human body (e.g. skin lightening creams and lotions).

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Charts

• salts and water

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 98-100

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.119-121

• Practical Work

• Observation

• Oral Questions and Answers

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Anecdotal Records

• Written Test

 
  3   Homemade cosmetics By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a.       Define the term cosmetics

b.       List various homemade ingredients that can be used in making cosmetics

c.       Make homemade cosmetics using the available materials

d.       Appreciate the importance of proper use of cosmetics

What are cosmetics? Learners are guided to:

Make cosmetics using locally available materials at home like ginger, charcoal among others.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Charts

• salts and water

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 98-100

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.119-121

• Practical Work

• Observation

• Oral Questions and Answers

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Anecdotal Records

• Written Test

 
  4   Model of a urinary system By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) Describe the various parts of the urinary system.

b) Acquire locally available materials for modelling a urinary system

c) Adopt a healthy lifestyle to promote kidney and skin health.

Why is excretion important to the human body? Learners are guided to:

Project

Model of the urinary system.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Charts

• salts and water

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 100-101

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.122-123

• Practical Work

• Observation

• Oral Questions and Answers

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Anecdotal Records

• Written Test

 
2 1 FORCE AND ENERGY Static Electricity

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) demonstrate the existence of static charges in objects

b) define the term static electricity

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged?

 

 

The learner is guided to:

• rub different objects to show the presence of static charges in objects

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 103-105

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.124-125

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  2   Types of charges

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) state the different types of charges

b) demonstrate by showing the different types of charges

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged? The learner is guided to:

• search for, play and watch videos showing types of charges

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 105-106

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.126-127

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  3   Charging objects by rubbing By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) state the methods used in charging objects

b) charge objects using rubbing method

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged? The learner is guided to:

• charge different objects by rubbing

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 106-107

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.127-129

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  4   Charging objects by rubbing By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) state the methods used in charging objects

b) charge objects using rubbing method

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged? The learner is guided to:

• charge different objects by rubbing

 

-• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 106-107

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.127-129

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
3 1   Charging objects by induction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) state the methods used in charging objects

b) charge objects using induction method

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged? The learner is guided to:

• charge different objects by induction

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 106-107

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.127-129

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  2   Charging objects by induction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) state the methods used in charging objects

b) charge objects using induction method

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

How do materials get charged? The learner is guided to:

• charge different objects by induction

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 106-107

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.127-129

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  3   effects of force between charged objects- attraction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) define the term force

b) demonstrate the effects of force between charged objects

d) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

What are the dangers of static charges? The learner is guided to:

• show attraction and repulsion between charged objects

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 108-109

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.129-131

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  4   effects of force between charged objects- attraction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) define the term force

b) demonstrate the effects of force between charged objects

d) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

What are the dangers of static charges? The learner is guided to:

• show attraction and repulsion between charged objects

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 108-109

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.129-131

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
4 1   effects of force between charged objects- repulsion By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) define the term force

b) demonstrate the effects of force between charged objects

d) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

What are the dangers of static charges? The learner is guided to:

• show attraction and repulsion between charged objects

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 108-109

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.129-131

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  2   effects of force between charged objects- repulsion By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) define the term force

b) demonstrate the effects of force between charged objects

d) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

What are the dangers of static charges? The learner is guided to:

• show attraction and repulsion between charged objects

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 108-109

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.129-131

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  3   safety measures when dealing with static charges By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify safety measures when handling static electricity

b) demonstrate the safety measures when dealing with static electricity

c) appreciate the use of static charges in daily life

What are the dangers of static charges? The learner is guided to:

• discuss safety measures when dealing with static charges (include lightning).

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 109-111

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.131-133

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  4   Uses of static charges in everyday life By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a.       Identify sources of static charges

b.       Discuss the application and uses of static charges

c.       Appreciate the existence of static charges

What are the uses of static charges? The learner is guided to:

Discuss the application and uses of static charges.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 111-113

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.134-135

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
5 1 Electrical Energy

 

Sources of electricity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify various sources of electricity in their environment

b) watch a video clip on sources of electricity

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity?

 

The learner is guided to:

• discuss and identify sources of electricity (hydro-electric power, geothermal, solar, wind power)

• search for and observe videos and photographs on sources of electricity

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 115-116

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.136-137

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Written Test

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

• Portfolio

 
  2   Electrical circuit in series By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify the two types of electrical connections

b) set up simple electrical circuits in series using dry cells, bulbs, ammeters and voltmeters

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• Set up simple electrical circuits. (Series arrangement of cells and bulbs), in a group

• search for and observe videos and animations showing how to set-up simple electrical circuits, in a group

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 117-120

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.138-141

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  3   Electrical circuit in series By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify the two types of electrical connections

b) set up simple electrical circuits in series using dry cells, bulbs, ammeters and voltmeters

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• Set up simple electrical circuits. (Series arrangement of cells and bulbs), in a group

• search for and observe videos and animations showing how to set-up simple electrical circuits, in a group

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 117-120

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.138-141

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  4   Electrical circuit in parallel By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify the two types of electrical connections

b) set up simple electrical circuits in parallel using dry cells, bulbs, ammeters and voltmeters

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• Set up simple electrical circuits. (parallel arrangement of cells and bulbs), in a group

• search for and observe videos and animations showing how to set-up simple electrical circuits, in a group

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 117-120

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.138-141

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
6 1   Electrical circuit in parallel By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify the two types of electrical connections

b) set up simple electrical circuits in parallel using dry cells, bulbs, ammeters and voltmeters

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• Set up simple electrical circuits. (parallel arrangement of cells and bulbs), in a group

• search for and observe videos and animations showing how to set-up simple electrical circuits, in a group

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 117-120

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.138-141

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  2   classification of materials as conductors By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) differentiate between conductors and non-conductors of electricity

b) classify materials as conductors of electricity

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the differences between conductors and non-conductors of electricity?

 

The learner is guided to:

• carry out experiments to classify materials as conductors of electricity

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 120-121

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.141-142

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  3   classification of materials as conductors By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) differentiate between conductors and non-conductors of electricity

b) classify materials as conductors of electricity

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the differences between conductors and non-conductors of electricity?

 

The learner is guided to:

• carry out experiments to classify materials as conductors of electricity

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 120-121

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.141-142

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  4   classification of materials as non-conductors By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) differentiate between conductors and non-conductors of electricity

b) classify materials as non-conductors of electricity

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the differences between conductors and non-conductors of electricity?

 

The learner is guided to:

• carry out experiments to classify materials as non-conductors of electricity

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 120-121

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.141-142

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
7 1   Electrical appliances in the locality By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) classify materials as conductors and non-conductors of electricity

b) identify electrical appliances in their locality

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• discuss and identify various electrical appliances in their locality.

• explore uses of electricity in their environment

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 121-122

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.142-143

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  2   Electrical appliances in the locality By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) classify materials as conductors and non-conductors of electricity

b) identify electrical appliances in their locality

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• discuss and identify various electrical appliances in their locality.

• explore uses of electricity in their environment

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 121-122

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.142-143

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  3   safety measures when handling electrical appliances By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) identify electrical appliances in their locality

b) identify safety measures when handling electrical appliances

c) appreciate the use of electricity in their daily life

What are the sources of electricity? The learner is guided to:

• identify safety measures to observe when using electrical appliances

• explore uses of electricity in their environment

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

• Course book

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 122-123

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.144-145

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
  4   Uses of electricity in daily life By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a.       State the sources of electricity

b.       Observe pictures on uses of electricity

c.       Discuss the uses of electricity in daily life

d.       Appreciate the importance of electricity

What are the uses of electricity? The learner is guided to:

Discuss the uses of electricity in day to day life.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 123-124

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.145-147

• Written Test

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

• Observation Schedule

 
8 1 Magnetism

 

Classification of materials By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) classify materials in the environment as magnetic or non-magnetic

b) differentiate between magnetic and non-magnetic materials

c) develop curiosity in using magnetic materials

How do we identify magnetic materials in our environment?

 

 

The learner is guided to:

• identify and collect materials within their environment, sort and group them as magnetic and non-magnetic materials

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 127-128

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.148

Portfolio

• Written Test

• Observation Schedule

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

 
  2   force between like and unlike poles By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) watch a video clip of force between like and unlike poles of a magnet

b) investigate the force between like poles of magnets

c) appreciate the applications of magnets in day-to-day life

How do we identify magnetic materials in our environment?

 

The learner is guided to:

• carry out activities showing repulsion between two like poles of magnets.

• Search for and watch animations showing force between like and unlike poles of magnets.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 129-130

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.149-151

Portfolio

• Written Test

• Observation Schedule

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

 
  3   force between like and unlike poles By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) watch a video clip of force between like and unlike poles of a magnet

b) investigate the force between like poles of magnets

c) appreciate the applications of magnets in day-to-day life

How do we identify magnetic materials in our environment?

 

The learner is guided to:

• carry out activities showing repulsion between two like poles of magnets.

• Search for and watch animations showing force between like and unlike poles of magnets.

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 129-130

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.149-151

Portfolio

• Written Test

• Observation Schedule

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

 
  4   Uses of a magnet in daily life By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

a) Watch a video clip on the uses of a magnet

b) identify the uses of magnets in day-to-day life

c) appreciate the applications of magnets in day-to-day life

How are magnets used in day-to-day life? The learner is guided to:

• discuss the uses of magnets with peers

 

• Basic Laboratory Apparatus, equipment and selected specimens

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 T.G pg. 131-134

Active Integrated Scie. Gr 7 P.B pg.151-156

Portfolio

• Written Test

• Observation Schedule

• Assessment Rubrics

• Checklist

• Practical Work

 
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