· Theme: Investigating Living Things
· Learning Area: Interaction Among the Animals
· Learning Objective: Understanding that some animals live in groups and others live in solitary
By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:
· state that some animals live in groups;
· give examples of animals that live in groups;
· explain why animals live in groups.
· Some animals live in groups;
· Animals that live in groups have some reasons.
· Observing, classifying, making inferences, interpreting data, making conclusions, comparing and contrasting.
Vocabulary/ New Words:
· Safety, defending, territory, cooperate.
· Having an interest in and curiosity about the environment.
· Being diligent and persevering.
· Realising that science is a means to understand nature.
· Thinking rationally
Point(s) to Note:
Play the introduction component. Guide pupils to give examples of animals that live in jungle. Some of these animals live in solitary; some of them live in groups. Explain live in solitary means live alone. Prompt pupils to give reasons why some animals prefer live in group but others live in solitary. Accept all the answers.
Play the Content component. Guide pupils to understand types of animals that live in groups. These animals live together in their habitat. Prompt the pupils to name other animals that live in groups.
Component : Content 1
Teacher show a video concerning animals live in small family groups. Examples of lions that consists of few members. But other animals such as bees, ants and termites have thousands to millions of members. Guide pupils to give other similar examples of animals that live in small family groups. Encourage pupils to name other animals that live in big family groups.
Component: Content 2
In this activity, there are 8 questions to answer by the pupils. Pupils need to spin the wheel to get a question. Pupils have to choose true or false for the questions display. If pupils get the answer correctly, he will be awarded 10 points.
There are five questions in this component covering the learning outcomes. For Questions 1 to 3 are objective questions. Q4 is identifying the animaLs that live in groups. Pupils choose the correct answer by clicking the correct circle. Q5 is a drag and drop activity. Pupils drag and drop the correct answers for the questions. Teacher can use evaluation sheet to assess the pupils’ understanding on this lesson.