Free Science Grade 7 CBC Schemes of Work For Junior Secondary

Free Science Grade 7 CBC Schemes of Work For Junior Secondary

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Sub-strand Specific-Learning outcomes Learning Experience Key Inquiry Question(S) Learning

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Assessment Methods Reflection
1 1 Scientific Investigation Components of Integrated Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a)      Explain the meaning of Integrated science.

b)     Search for the components of Integrated Science from learning resources like the Internet.

c)      Discuss the components of Integrated Science.

d)     Appreciate the components of Integrated Science.

In pairs, learners are guided to explain the meaning of Integrated science

In groups, learners to search for the components of Integrated Science from learning resources like the Internet

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the components of Integrated Science

What is Integrated Science?

 

 

Charts

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 1-2

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Pathways Related to Integrated Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Define th term pathway.

b)     Identify the pathways Related to Integrated Science.

c)      Discuss the pathways at senior school and describe how integrated science is related to them.

d)     Appreciate the importance of integrated science in relation to the three pathways.

Learners to define th term pathway

 

In groups, learners are guided to identify the pathways Related to Integrated Science.

 

In groups, learners to discuss pathways at senior school and describe how integrated science is related to them.

What is a pathway? Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 2-3

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Career Opportunities Related to Knowledge and Skills in Integrated Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a)      Identify career opportunities related to knowledge and skills in Integrated Science.

b)     Name the career opportunities one can gain after learning integrated science.

c)      Discuss how different careers improve the quality of our lives.

d)     Appreciate the career Opportunities Related to Knowledge and Skills in Integrated Science.

In groups, learners to identify career opportunities related to knowledge and skills in Integrated Science.

 

In groups, learners are guided to name the career opportunities one can gain after learning integrated science.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss how different careers improve the quality of our lives

How can different careers improve the quality of our lives? Charts

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 4-5

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Importance of Integrated Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the important roles played by different professions in the society.

b)     Discuss the importance of the professions in the learner’s book in our daily lives.

c)      Appreciate the importance of Integrated Science.

In groups, learners to identify the important roles played by different professions in the society

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the importance of the professions in the learner’s book in our daily lives.

 

What is the importance of integrated science in our daily lives? Realia

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 5-6

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

2 1 Scientific Investigation Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Introduction to Integrated Science.

In groups, in pairs or individually, learners are guided to attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Introduction to Integrated Science. Assessment books

Digital devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 6

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Laboratory Safety; Common Hazards in the Laboratory

 

 

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

a)      Define the term laboratory.

b)     Identify common hazards in the laboratory.

c)      Draw the picture on learner’s book.

d)     Appreciate the importance of laboratory safety.

Learners to define the term laboratory

In groups, learners are guided to identify common hazards in the laboratory

In groups, learners are guided to draw the picture on learner’s book

What are the common hazards in the laboratory? Charts

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 7

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Identifying Common Hazard Symbols in the Laboratory

 

 

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

 

a)      Define the term hazard.

b)     Make a list of the laboratory hazard symbols and state what they communicate.

c)      Draw some of the hazard symbols.

d)     Appreciate the importance of hazards symbols.

Learners are guided to define the term hazard.

In groups, learners are guided to Make a list of the laboratory hazard symbols and state what they communicate.

 

Individually, learners to draw some of the hazard symbols

What are the common hazard symbols in the laboratory?  

Charts

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 8-9

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Common Laboratory Accidents; Analysing Causes of Common Laboratory Accidents By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify common causes of accidents in the laboratory.

b)     Analyse causes of common laboratory accidents.

c)      Follow the precautions that may be found placed on posters or charts in the laboratory.

In groups, learners are guided to identify common causes of accidents in the laboratory

 

In groups, learners are guided to analyse causes of common laboratory accidents.

What are the common causes of accidents in the laboratory? Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 9-11

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

3 1 Scientific Investigation First Aid Safety Measures; Demonstrating the First Aid Safety Measures for Common Laboratory Accidents By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a)      Outline the first aid procedure for cuts.

b)     Demonstrate the first aid for cuts.

c)      Discuss the given procedure and role play.

d)     Appreciate the importance of first aid procedure for cuts.

 

In pairs, learners are guided to outline the first aid procedure for cuts.

 

In pairs, learners are guided to demonstrate the first aid for cuts

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the given procedure and role play

What can you do if one of your friends get injured while you are playing? Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 11-13

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Demonstrating First Aid for Burns and Scalds By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Outline the first aid procedure for burns and scalds.

b)     Demonstrate the first aid for burns and scalds.

c)      Discuss the given procedure and role play.

d)     Appreciate the importance of first aid procedure for burns and scalds.

In pairs, learners are guided to outline the first aid procedure for burns and scalds.

 

In pairs, learners are guided to demonstrate the first aid for burns and scalds.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the given procedure and role play

What is the procedure for burns and scalds? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 13-14

 

Realia

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Demonstrating First Aid for Ingesting Harmful Substances By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Outline the first aid procedure for ingesting harmful substances

b)     Demonstrate the first aid for ingesting harmful substances

c)      Discuss the given procedure and role play.

d)     Appreciate the importance of first aid procedure for ingesting harmful substances.

In pairs, learners are guided to outline the first aid procedure for ingesting harmful substances.

 

In pairs, learners are guided to demonstrate the first aid for ingesting harmful substances.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the given procedure and role play

What is the procedure for ingesting harmful substances? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 14-15

 

Realia

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Importance of Safety Measures in the Laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a)      Discuss the accidents that may occur in the laboratory.

b)     Identify the safety measures to observe when working in the laboratory.

c)      Discuss the importance of the identified measures.

d)     Appreciate the importance of the safety Measures in the Laboratory.

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the accidents that may occur in the laboratory

 

In groups, learners are guided to identify the safety measures to observe when working in the laboratory.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the importance of the identified measures.

What is the importance of safety measures in the laboratory? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 16-17

 

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

4 1 Scientific Investigation Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Laboratory Safety.

In groups, in pairs or individually, learners are guided to attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Laboratory Safety. Assessment books

Digital devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 17

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Basic Science Skills; Identifying Basic Skills in Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the basic skills one need in the laboratory.

b)     Demonstrate the basic skills in Science.

c)      Appreciate the basic science skills.

In groups, learners to identify the basic skills one need in the laboratory

 

In groups, learners are guided to demonstrate the basic skills in Science as shown in the learner’s book.

 

Which kind of skills does one requires in Science?  

Pictures

Digital devicesKLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 18-19

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Application of Basic Science Skills in Solving Problems in Our Daily Lives By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the skills involved in an experiment.

b)     Conduct the experiment in learner’s book.

c)      Appreciate the skills involved in an experiment.

 

Learners are guided to use digital devices to identify effects of friction on objects

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of friction as a force

Which kind of skills does one requires when conducting an experiment? Photographs

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 19-20

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Application of Basic Skills in Science By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the importance of the basic skills in Science.

b)     Discuss the basic skills applied in each activity in the learner’s book.

c)      Appreciate basic skills in solving problems in our daily lives.

Learners are guided to identify the importance of the basic skills in Science

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss the basic skills applied in each activity in the learner’s book

What is the importance of the basic skills in Science?  

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devicesKLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 20-21

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

5 1 Scientific Investigation International System of Units By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Define the abbreviation SI

b)     Search for the meaning of international Systems of Units (SI units) in books or from the internet.

c)      Discuss the SI units for measuring temperature, length, mass, time, electric current, light density and amount of substance.

d)     Appreciate the International System of Units for Basic Quantities in Science.

Learners to define the abbreviation SI

 

In groups, learners are guided to search for the meaning of international Systems of Units (SI units) in books or from the internet

 

In groups, learners to discuss the SI units for measuring temperature, length, mass, time, electric current, light density and amount of substance.

What are SI units? Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 21-23

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Identifying and Using SI Units to Record Measurements By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the object used to measure mass and temperature.

b)     Measure different objects in class and record in International standard unit of measurement.

c)      Appreciate the use of SI units to record measurements.

 

Learners to identify the object used to measure mass and temperature.

 

In groups, learners are guided to measure different objects in class and record in International standard unit of measurement

 

 

What do you use to measure mass? Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 23-24

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Identifying and Using Derived SI Units for Measuring Area By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the requirements used to measure an area.

b)     Measure the length and width of the table in metres and record.

c)      Multiply the length and the width and record the answer.

d)     Appreciate the using derived SI units for measuring area.

Learners are guided to identify the requirements used to measure an area.

 

In groups, learners are guided to measure the length and width of the table in metres and record

 

In groups, learners are guided to multiply the length and the width and record the answer.

 

Which basic units do you use to measure the length and width? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 25

 

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Identifying and Using Derived Units for Measuring Volume By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the basic units to measure the length, width and height.

b)     Measure the length, width and height of the box provided and record.

c)      Multiply the length, width and height of the box and record.

d)     Discuss cubic metres as a derived unit for measuring volume.

e)      Appreciate the using derived units for measuring volume.

 

In pairs, learners are guided to identify the basic units to measure the length, width and height.

 

In groups, learners are guided to measure the length, width and height of the box provided and record.

 

In groups, learners are guided to multiply the length, width and height of the box and record.

 

In groups, learners are guided todiscuss cubic metres as a derived unit for measuring volume.

 

What basic units did you use to measure the length, width and height?

 

What are the basic units for recording volume?

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 26

 

Realia

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

6   HALF TERM BREAK

 

7 1 Scientific Investigation Identifying Derived Units for Measuring Density By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identifying derived units for measuring density.

b)     Measure the length, width and height of th box in metres.

c)      Determine the volume of the box in cubic metres.

d)     Appreciate the using derived units for measuring density.

 

Learners are guided to identifying derived units for measuring density.

 

In groups, learners are guided to measure the length, width and height of th box in metres

 

In groups, learners are guided to determine the volume of the box in cubic metres.

 

What basic units did you use to measure the mass and the volume? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 27

 

Charts

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Identifying Importance of Packaging Labels on Quantities of Products By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify Importance of Packaging Labels on Quantities of Products.

b)     Collect the packaging labels of different products such as bread, juice, biscuits.

c)      Study the quantities recorded on the packages and record.

d)     Appreciate the importance of packaging labels on quantities of products.

 

Learners are guided to identify importance of packaging labels on quantities of products

 

In groups, learners are guided to collect the packaging labels of different products such as bread, juice, biscuits

 

In groups, learners are guided to study the quantities recorded on the packages and record

 

What is the importance of packaging labels on quantities of products? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 28-29

 

Realia

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Basic Science Skills.

In groups, in pairs or individually, learners are guided to attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Basic Science Skills. KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 29

 

Assessment books

Digital devices

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Laboratory Apparatus and Instruments By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify laboratory apparatus and instruments.

b)     Draw the laboratory apparatus and instruments.

c)      Appreciate the use of laboratory apparatus and instruments.

 

Learners are guided to identify laboratory apparatus and instruments.

 

In groups, learners are guided to draw the laboratory apparatus and instruments

What are some of the laboratory apparatus and instruments? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 30-31

 

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

8 1 Scientific Investigation Grouping the Apparatus and Instruments By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Classify the instruments according to the functions.

b)     Draw any one instrument used for measuring each of the following; volume, time, length, mass and temperature.

c)      Appreciate the use of laboratory apparatus and instruments.

 

Learners are guided toclassify the instruments according to the functions

 

In groups, learners are guided to draw any one instrument used for measuring each of the following; volume, time, length, mass and temperature.

What instrument is used to measure time? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 32-33

 

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Parts and Functions of a Light Microscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Define a microscope.

b)     Identify the parts of a light microscope.

c)      Draw and label the parts of a light microscope.

d)     Appreciate the parts of a light microscope.

 

 

Learners are guided todefine a microscope.

 

In groups, learners are guided to identify the parts of a light microscope.

 

In groups, learners are guided to draw and label the parts of a light microscope.

What is a light microscope? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 34-35

 

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Parts and Functions of a Light Microscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the functions of a light microscope.

b)     Draw and label a light microscope and not how various parts are interrelated.

c)      Appreciate the functions of a light microscope.

 

In groups, learners are guided toidentify the functions of a light microscope

 

In groups, learners are guided to draw and label a light microscope and not how various parts are interrelated.

What are the functions of a light microscope? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 34-35

 

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Handling and use of a Light Microscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Explain how to take care of the mirror and lenses of a microscope.

b)     Discuss how to clean different parts of a microscope.

c)      Discuss how to handle a light microscope.

d)     Handle a light microscope with care.

 

In groups, learners are guided toexplain how to take care of the mirror and lenses of a microscope

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss how to clean different parts of a microscope.

 

In groups, learners are guided todiscuss how to handle a light microscope

How should you carry a microscope?

 

How should you keep the microscope after use?

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 36-37

 

Realia

Pictures

Digital devices

Computing devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

9 1 Scientific Investigation Using a Light Microscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Watch a video on how to use a light microscope.

b)     Make a drawing of what they see.

c)      Appreciate the uses of a light microscope.

 

As a class, learners are guided to watch a video on how to use a light microscope.

 

Learners are guided tomake a drawing of what they see.

 

How should you place a microscope on the workbench? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 37

 

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  2 Scientific Investigation Using a Light Microscope By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Outline the procedure of using a light microscope.

b)     Conduct an experiment using a light microscope.

c)      Enjoy using a light microscope.

 

In groups, learners to outline the procedure of using a light microscope.

 

In groups, learners to conduct an experiment using a light microscope

 

 

How do use a Light Microscope? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 37-39

 

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Identifying Heating Apparatus and Instruments Used in the Laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify heating apparatus and instruments used in the laboratory.

b)     Discuss the safety measures when handling the heating instruments.

c)      Discuss the safety measures to observe when using heating apparatus.

d)     Appreciate the use of heating apparatus and instruments used in the laboratory.

 

Learners are guided to identify heating apparatus and instruments used in the laboratory

 

In groups, learners to discuss the safety measures when handling the heating instruments.

 

In groups, learners to discuss the safety measures to observe when using heating apparatus.

What are the safety measures to observe when using heating apparatus and instruments in the laboratory? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 40

 

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Scientific Investigation Identifying Parts and Functions of a Bunsen Burner By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify parts and functions of a Bunsen burner.

b)     Discuss uses of parts of the Bunsen burner.

c)      Draw and label the parts of a Bunsen burner.

d)     Appreciate the uses of parts of a Bunsen burner.

In groups, learners are guided to identify parts and functions of a Bunsen burner.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss uses of parts of the Bunsen burner

 

Individually or in pairs, learners are guided to draw and label the parts of a Bunsen burner

What are the functions of a Bunsen Burner? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 40-41

 

Realia

Charts

Photographs

Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

10 1 Scientific Investigation Handling and Care of Apparatus and Instruments in the Laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      State the safety precautions when handling laboratory instruments and apparatus.

b)     Discuss how to handle and care for different types of apparatus and instruments in the laboratory.

c)      Appreciate the importance of the safety precautions when handling laboratory instruments and apparatus.

 

In groups, learners are guided to state the safety precautions when handling laboratory instruments and apparatus.

 

In groups, learners are guided to discuss how to handle and care for different types of apparatus and instruments in the laboratory.

How do you handle different types of apparatus and instruments in the laboratory?

 

(Glassware, metallic apparatus)

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 42-44

 

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  2 Scientific Investigation Importance of Consumer Protection when Handling Apparatus and Chemicals in the Laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

a)      State the importance of the information on the packaging of the laboratory instruments and chemicals.

b)     Discuss ways in which consumers are protected when handling apparatus and chemicals in the laboratory.

c)      Appreciate the importance of Consumer Protection when Handling Apparatus and Chemicals in the Laboratory.

In groups, learners are guided to state the importance of the information on the packaging of the laboratory instruments and chemicals.

 

In groups, learners to discuss ways in which consumers are protected when handling apparatus and chemicals in the laboratory.

What is the importance of Consumer Protection when Handling Apparatus and Chemicals in the Laboratory? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 44-45

 

Realia

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Pictures

Digital devices

 

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  3 Scientific Investigation Revision By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

b)     Attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Laboratory Apparatus and Instruments

In groups, in pairs or individually, learners are guided to attempt all questions related to the sub-strand; Laboratory Apparatus and Instruments KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 46

Assessment books

Digital devices

Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

  4 Mixtures, Elements and Compounds Mixtures; Classifying Different Types of Mixtures By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      List the materials used to classify different types of mixtures.

b)     Outline the procedure of classifying different types of mixtures.

c)      Classify different types of mixtures.

d)     Enjoy conducting the experiment.

In groups, learners are guided to list the materials used to classify different types of mixtures.

 

In groups, learners are guided to outline the procedure of classifying different types of mixtures.

 

In groups, learners are guided to classify different types of mixtures.

 

How do you classify different types of mixtures? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 47-49

 

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11 1 Mixtures, Elements and Compounds Classifying Mixtures as Homogenous or Heterogeneous By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Explain the meaning of homogenous and heterogeneous.

b)     List the materials used to classify mixtures as homogenous or heterogeneous

c)      Classify different types of mixtures as homogenous or heterogeneous.

d)     Enjoy conducting the experiment.

 

Learners to explain the meaning of homogenous and heterogeneous.

 

In groups, learners are guided to list the materials used to classify mixtures as homogenous or heterogeneous.

 

In groups, learners are guided to classify different types of mixtures as homogenous or heterogeneous.

 

What is homogenous solution?

 

What is heterogeneous solution?

KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 49-51

 

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  2 Mixtures, Elements and Compounds Pure and Impure Substances; Distinguishing Between Pure and Impure Water by Boiling By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the materials used to distinguish between pure and impure water by boiling.

b)     Outline the procedure to distinguish between pure and impure water by boiling.

c)      Compare how pure distilled water and salt water behave when boiling.

d)     Have fun and enjoy conducting the experiment.

 

In groups, learners are guided to identify the materials used to distinguish between pure and impure water by boiling.

 

In groups, learners are guided to outline the procedure to distinguish between pure and impure water by boiling.

 

In groups, learners are guided to compare how pure distilled water and salt water behave when boiling

 

What is the procedure of distinguishing between pure and impure water by boiling? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 51-54

 

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  3 Mixtures, Elements and Compounds Distinguish Between Pure and Impure Substances By Melting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Search the internet to find out at what temperature ice and candle wax melt at sea level.

b)     Watch videos or animations on determining melting and boiling points of substances.

c)      Enjoy watching the videos.

As a class, learners are guided to search the internet to find out at what temperature ice and candle wax melt at sea level.

 

As a class, learners are guided to watch videos or animations on determining melting and boiling points of substances

How do you distinguish between pure and impure substances by melting? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 54-55

 

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  4 Mixtures, Elements and Compounds Distinguish Between Pure and Impure Substances By Melting By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

a)      Identify the materials used to distinguish between pure and impure substances by melting

b)     Outline the procedure to distinguish between pure and impure substances by melting.

c)      Compare and discuss the behaviour of the temperature when ice and candle wax are melting.

d)     Have fun and enjoy conducting the experiment.

In groups, learners are guided to identify materials used to distinguish between pure and impure substances by melting.

 

In groups, learners are guided tooutline the procedure to distinguish between pure and impure substances by melting

 

In groups, learners are guided to compare and discuss the behaviour of the temperature when ice and candle wax are melting.

 

What is the procedure of distinguishing between pure and impure substances by melting? KLB: Top Scholar; Integrated Science Learner’s Book Grade 7 pg. 54-55

 

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Oral questions Oral Report Observation

 

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