Home Teachers' Resources STANDARD 8 SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

STANDARD 8 SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORK

STANDARD EIGHT

TERM I

REFERENCES:

  1. SCIENCE IN ACTION PUPILS BOOK8, OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  2. SCIENCE IN ACTION TEACHER’S GUIDE BOOK 8 OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  3. PRIMARY SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8, JKF PUBLISHERS
  4. PRIMARY SCIENCE TEACHERS GUIDE  BOOK 8 JKF PUBLISHERS
  5. UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8 PUBLISHERS

Science schemes of work for standard _8______TERM___1____YEAR________

WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES EARNER’S ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND PREPARATION  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Reproduction in human beings Fertilization in human beings By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain fertilization in human beings •  Identifying  essential parts

•  Explaining the role

of sperms and ova in 

fertilization

•  Discussion 

•  Identifying  essential parts

•  Explaining the role

of sperms and ova in 

fertilization

•  Discussion 

Photographs- –  charts on

the reproductive system

chart of reproductive system

Ps Pbk8 Pg2-10

PSTG bk8Pg2-6

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg3-4

US TG8Pg1-5

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
2   Foetal development The zygote By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain development of foetus in zygote stage •  Identifying  parts

•  Explaining the role

of sperms and ova in 

fertilization

•  Discussing the

•  Identifying  parts

•  Explaining the role

of sperms and ova in 

fertilization

•  Discussing the

–        Photographs – charts on

the reproductive system

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg

PSTG bk8Pg

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg2-4

US TG8Pg1-5

Written exercise  
3   Foetal development

The embryo

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to discuss and explain development of foetus in embryo  stage •  Identifying 

•  Explaining

•  Discussing the

•  Identifying 

•  Explaining

•  Discussing the

Photographs and charts on

the reproductive system

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg

PSTG bk8Pg

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg2-4

US TG8Pg1-3

Filling in blank spaces  
4-5   Development of the foetus

 

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able  to explain development of foetus in last  stage (foetus) –        Explanation 

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–         

–         

–        Explanation 

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–         

–         

–        Chart

–        Photographs

–        Diagrams from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg2-10

PSTG bk8Pg2-6

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg3-4

US TG8Pg1-3

Oral exercise  
1-2   The process of birth By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and describe the process of birth.   –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

 

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

 

chart of reproductive system

–        Photographs

Diagrams from the b

Ps Pbk8 Pg2-10

PSTG bk8Pg2-6

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg3-4

US TG8Pg1-3

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3   The process of birth By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and describe the process of birth.   –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        chart

 

Diagrams from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg2-10

PSTG bk8Pg2-6

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg3-4

US TG8Pg1-3

Written exercise  
4   The process of birth By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and describe the process of birth.   –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        chart

–        Photographs

Diagrams from the book

 chart of reproductive system

Ps Pbk8 Pg2-10

PSTG bk8Pg2-6

SCIA – 8 pg 2-6

TG – 8 pg 2

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
5 The Excretory system The skin By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify the skin as an excretory organ –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Photographs

Diagrams from the book

chart of reproductive system

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg5-8

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
1   The skin By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  name the waste products the skin helps to remove –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

Diagrams from the book

–        Skin

–        hide

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg5-8

US TG8Pg1-5

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
2   The skin By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  identify parts of  the skin –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        chart

–        Photographs

Diagrams from the book

–        hide

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg5-9

US TG8Pg7

Written exercise  
3-5   The kidneys By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify the kidney as an excretory –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Observation

–        chart

–        Photographs

Diagrams from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
5 1     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to name the waste products it helps to remove. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

 

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

 

 

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Picture

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg5-9

US TG8Pg7

Oral exercise  
  2     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify the external appearance of kidney. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

Picture

Ps Pbk8 Pg10-15

PSTG bk8Pg6-8

SCIA – 8 pg 8-12

TG – 8 pg 2-7

US PB 8Pg8-12

US TG8Pg7-9

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3-5 Health education Meaning of STD’S By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the meaning of sexually transmitted disease –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

Pictures

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg13-14

US TG8Pg11

Written exercise  
1     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to give examples  of sexually transmitted disease –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

Pictures

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg13-14

US TG8Pg12

Filling in blank spaces  
2   Gonorrhoea By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to name causes of gonorrhoea and discuss the preventive measure –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

Oral exercise  
3-4   Chancroid By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to name causes of Chancroid  and discuss the preventive measure –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg15-

US TG8Pg12

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
5     Sexually transmitted diseases

Syphilis

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to name causes of syphilis and discuss the preventive measure –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg5-4

US TG8Pg12

Written exercise  
1     Sexually transmitted diseases By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to discuss preventive measures for sexually transmitted infections  –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Description

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Picture

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

Filling in blank spaces  
2-3   Control of HIV/ AIDS By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  identify control measures of HIV/ AIDS –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        Posters

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg13-14

US TG8Pg13

Oral exercise  
4     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  identify control measures of HIV/ AIDS –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        Posters

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg15-17

US TG8Pg12

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
5   Mass education and the media By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  identify control measures of HIV/ AIDS –        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        Posters

Ps Pbk8 Pg15-18

PSTG bk8Pg8-11

SCIA – 8 pg 12-15

TG – 8 pg 10-12

US PB 8Pg15-18

US TG8Pg13

Written exercise  
1 Plants Adaptation of plants By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  observe adaptive features of plants –        Drawing

–        Nature walk

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Nature walk

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Picture

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg15-16

US TG8Pg16

Filling in blank spaces  
8 2   Adaptation of plants

Dry area

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how plants are adapted to dry area. –        Excursion 

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Excursion 

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        Cactus

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg15-16

US TG8Pg14

Oral exercise  
  3-4   Adaptation of plants

Wet  area

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how plants are adapted to wet environment. –        excursion 

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        excursion 

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        Arrow root

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
 

 

 

 

 

 

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5   Adaptation of plants By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe different ways in which plants defend themselves –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg15-18

US TG8Pg14

Written exercise  
1   Signs of unhealthy crops By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify signs of unhealthy plants  –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        unhealthy plant

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg15-17

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
2   Effect of crop diseases By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to observe effects of crop diseases in their habits around the school compound. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

unhealthy plant

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
3 Animals Feeding habits By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify the different feeding habit of animals in the school environment –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Diagrams from the book

–        Pictures

–        cow

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4-5   Feeding habit

herbivore

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe the characteristics of herbivores and their feeding habit –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Excursion

Hide/skin

Real animals

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
10 1   Carnivores By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the feeding habits of carnivores –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

Excursion

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
  2   Omnivores By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the feeding habits of omnivores –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

Hide/skin

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
  3   Adaptation of beaks for feeding By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  explain how grain eater beaks are adapted to their feeding habitats –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

Real animals

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
  4   Adaptation of beaks for feeding By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  explain how filter feeder beaks are adapted to their feeding habitats –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
  5   Adaptation of beaks for feeding By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  explain how fresh eater beaks are adapted to their feeding habitats –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

drawing

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
  1   Adaptation of beaks for feeding By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  explain how nectar eater beaks are adapted to their feeding habitats –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
 

 

 

 

 

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2   Adaptation of animals to movement By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how flying animals are adapted to their way of moving. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Excursion

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how swimming animals are adapted to their way of moving. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
4-5     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how hopping and leaping animals are adapted to their way of moving. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
1   Livestock diseases By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify signs of ill health in livestock. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        drawing

Hide/skin

Pictures

Photograph

Drawing

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2   Effects of diseases on livestock By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the effect of ill health on livestock.  –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Excursion

Hide/skin

Real animals

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
13 –        REVISION

 

 
14 EXAMINATIONS  
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Science schemes of work

STANDARD EIGHT 2014

TERM II

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. SCIENCE IN ACTION PUPILS BOOK8, OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  2. SCIENCE IN ACTION TEACHER’S GUIDE BOOK 8 OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  3. PRIMARY SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8, JKF PUBLISHERS
  4. PRIMARY SCIENCE TEACHERS GUIDE  BOOK 8 JKF PUBLISHERS
  5. UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8 PUBLISHERS

 

 

 

WEKE LSN TOPIC SUB TOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND PREPARATION  
2   Water Hard and soft water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to

(i)               define hard and soft water 

 

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

–        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Water

Salt

Source of heat

Soap

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
2   Hard and soft water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to

(ii)             State the differences between hard and soft water.

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–         

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–         

Water

Salt

Source of heat

Soap

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
3   Advantages of hard and soft water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe the advantages hard and soft water. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–         

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–         

Water

Salt

Source of heat

Soap

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
4-5   disadvantages of hard and soft water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe the disadvantages of hard and soft water. –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Water

Salt

Source of heat

Soap

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
3 1   Softening hard water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  soften hard water by boiling –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

–        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Water

Salt

Source of heat

Soap

Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

US PB 8Pg35-40

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  

 

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1 ENVIRONMENT SOIL pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be explain the meaning of soil pollution –        Description

–        Demonstration

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Soil Ps Pbk8 Pg30-42

PSTG bk8Pg18-26

SCIA – 8 pg 28-40

TG – 8 pg 19-27

   
2   Effect of soil pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and describe the effect of soil pollution on plants –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Soil

 Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3-4   Effect of soil pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and describe the effect of soil pollution on animals –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Soil

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
5   Conservation By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the meaning of soil conservation   –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Soil

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
4 1     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe soil conservation method. –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

 

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe soil conservation method. –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        note taking

Soil

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-4   Air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe ways in which air is polluted  –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

note taking

Soil

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
5     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe ways in which air is polluted  –        Listening

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
5 1   Effect of air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the effect of air pollution on plants. –        Description

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Soot

Soil dust

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2-3   Effect of air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the effect of air pollution on animals –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4-5   Effect of air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain the effect of air pollution on non-living things –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
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1   Controlling  of air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain ways of controlling air pollution –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
2-3   Controlling  of air pollution By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain ways of controlling air pollution –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
4-5   Maintaining and use of resources By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  appreciate the need to maintain and use environment wisely –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

note taking

Soot

Soil dust

Charts

Diagram from the book

–         

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
7 1   Maintaining and use of resources By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  appreciate the need to maintain and use environment wisely –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observation

Soot

Soil dust

Charts

Diagram from the book

–         

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
2-3   Maintaining and use of resources By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  appreciate the need to maintain and use environment wisely –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Observation

Soot

Soil dust

Excursion

Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
 

 

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9

4-5 FOOD AND NUTRITION  Nutrition requirement By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain and identify special group of people –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Nature walk

–        Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
MID TERM EXAMINATION    
1   Pregnant mother By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for pregnant mother  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Nature walk

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
2-3   Lactating mother By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for lactating mother  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

   
    Lactating mother By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for lactating mother    Different  types of food       

 

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11

1-2   infants By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for infants  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3   infants By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for infants  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg18-30

PSTG bk8Pg11-18

SCIA – 8 pg 17-28

TG – 8 pg 12-19

US PB 8Pg25-30

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
4-5   Breast milk By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition value of breast milk  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
1   People with HIV/AIDS By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for people with HIV/AIDS  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2-3   People with HIV/AIDS By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for people with HIV/AIDS  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4 A People with HIV/AIDS By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to identify nutrition requirements for people with HIV/AIDS  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
5   Softening hard water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  soften hard water by boiling –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
12 1 Water Hard and soft water By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to

(i)                

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2                
13 REVISION    
14 EXAMINATION    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE SCHEMES OF WORK

STANDARD EIGHT 2014

TERM III

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. SCIENCE IN ACTION PUPILS BOOK8, OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  2. SCIENCE IN ACTION TEACHER’S GUIDE BOOK 8 OXFORD PUBLISHERS
  3. PRIMARY SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8, JKF PUBLISHERS
  4. PRIMARY SCIENCE TEACHERS GUIDE  BOOK 8 JKF PUBLISHERS
  5. UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE PUPILS BOOK8 PUBLISHERS

 

 

 

 

WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES REFERENCES RESOURCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND PREPARATION  
2 1 Food poisoning Food poisoning By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the causes of food poisoning  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food 

Charts

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
2-3     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the causes of food poisoning chemical  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food 

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
4     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the causes of food poisoning ,micro-organism –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
5   Food poisoning By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  discuss ways of prevention  food poisoning –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food  Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3 1   Food poisoning By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  discuss the prevention of food poisoning –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Different  types of food 

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg48-60

PSTG bk8Pg11-118

SCIA – 8 pg 117-128

TG – 8 pg 52-59

US PB 8Pg4049

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
2 Energy Meaning of energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the meaning of energy –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
3   Meaning of energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to discuss the situations in which energy is used.  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
4-5   Meaning of energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to  discuss the situations in which energy is used –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
1-2   Types of energy

light energy

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe and discuss light energy. –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

 

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
4 3   Types of energy

Heat energy

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe and discuss heat energy. –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Source of heat

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
 

 

 

 

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4   chemical energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe and discuss chemical energy.  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Cells

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
5   Sound  energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe and discuss sound energy.  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Drums

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
1-2     By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe sound and chemical energy.  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Batteries

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
3   Electrical  energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe electrical energy. –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Magnet

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4   magnetic energy By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe magnetic energy. –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts

Diagram from the book

Magnet

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
5   Energy transformations By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe energy transformations  in an electric circuit –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts on energy transformation

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
1   Energy transformations By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe energy transformations  in food –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts on energy transformation

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
2-3   Energy transformations By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe energy transformations  in burning fuel –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts on energy transformation

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4   Energy transformations By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe energy transformations  in a radio –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Charts on energy transformation

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
5   Energy transformations By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to describe energy transformations  in a simple electromagnet –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts on energy transformation

Diagram from the book

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
7 MID TERM EXAMINATIONS  
 

 

 

 

 

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1   Energy conservation By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to state the methods of conserving energy. –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts on energy conservation

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
2   Energy conservation By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how to conserve energy  by using energy sparingly –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
3   Energy conservation By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how to conserve energy  by using energy efficient devices –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

Model

Charts

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
4-5   Energy conservation By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to explain how to conserve energy  by using renewable energy –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Ps Pbk8 Pg120-153

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg53-60

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
1  MAKING WORK EASIER Simple machines The inclined plane By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how inclined planes make work easier.  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg11-118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
2-3   The inclined plane

Ladder

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how ladder make work easier  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Ladder

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
4   The inclined plane

Road winding up

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how road winding up hill make work easier  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Road winding up

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Filling in blank spaces  
5   The inclined plane

Staircase

By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how staircases make work easier.   –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Staircases

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Oral exercise  
1 Single fixed pulley The single fixed pulley By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how a single fixed pulley makes work easier  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Flag post

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Drawing and labelling diagrams  
  2-3   The single fixed pulley By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how a single fixed pulley makes work easier  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

Question and answer

Model

Charts

Flag post

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

Written exercise  
  4-5   The single fixed pulley By the end of this lesson the learner should be able to investigate how a single fixed pulley makes work easier  –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Question and answer

Model

Charts

Flag post

Ps Pbk8 Pg160-170

PSTGbk8Pg111118

SCIA  8 pg 137-148

TG – 8 pg 92-99

US PB 8Pg125-130

US TG8Pg17

   
11 1-5 REVISION  
12   EXAMINATIONS  
13   MARKING EXAMINATIONS  

 

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