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THIRD TERM BASIC TECHNOLOGY SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)

SUB THEME: YOU AND ENERGY

WEEK 1: REVISION OF 2ND TERM’S WORK

WEEK 2 – 3:  MEANING OF FORMS OF ENERGY (LIGHT)

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher leads pupils to explain the meaning of energy.

She defines energy as: measure of a body or system to do work or produce a change

  • She explains that energy can be created or destroyed. It can also be transformed from one source to another.
  • She lists forms of energy as follows:
  • Mechanical energy
  • Electrical energy
  • Light energy etc.
  • She throws more light on those forms of energy.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation
  2. They mention forms of energy

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Textbook
  • Plane mirror
  • Convex and concave lenses
  • Empty tins with shiny surfaces
  • pencil

WEEK 4 – 6:  SOURCES OF LIGHT ENERGY

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher uses guided questions to give the meaning of light.

Light is a form of energy which our sense of sight can detect.

She explain meaning of source as a thing, place, activity etc. That you get something from.

  • She guides pupils to mention sources of light .e.g. the sun, stars, fire, electricity.
  • Teacher displays pictures and posters of sources of light e.g. sun, candle light, etc.
  • She guided pupils to realize that light is not fire but fire produces light.
  • She explains that sources of light can be grouped into two:
  • Natural source
  • Artificial source

Natural source of light: is something that emits it owns light and not just reflects. It. E.g. sun.

Artificial source of Light – is a manmade source of light e.g. torchlight, lamp, electric bulb, etc.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils respond to teacher’s question.
  2. They mention sources of light
  3. They comment on the pictures and posters displayed.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  • Pictures
  • Posters
  • Torchlight
  • Plane mirrors

WEEK 7:  Mid – term’s Revision and Test

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: Mid – term’s Revision and Test

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Mid – term’s Revision and Test

WEEK 8 -10:  USES OF LIGHT ENERGY

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher uses questioning method to explain the uses of light energy.
  2. She explains that plants and animals use light energy.
  3. She leads the class to mention some uses of light energy.
  4. Plant Use light energy to produce food.
  5. Animals and men use light energy to see object and pictures clearly.
  6. Light energy generates electric power e.g. solar, etc.
  7. She initiates and give guides class discussion on the uses of light energy.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils respond to teacher question
  2. They listen to teacher’s explanation
  3. They mention uses of light energy.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Pictures and posters
  2. Charts
  3. Mobile phone
  4. Computer
  5. Laptop etc.

WEEK 11:  REFLECTION OF LIGHT

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher leads pupils to give the meaning of reflection.

Reflection – ids the image that you can see in a mirror. Glass or water.

  • She leads pupils to identify objects that reflect light. E.g. mirror, water.
  • She directs pupils to the use of shiny surfaces or mirror to reflect light and form images by placing objects.
  • In front of a mirror.
  • Between two or more mirrors

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils identify objects that reflect light
  2. They performed the following activities with mirrors and describe their observations.
  3. Point a mirror or shiny surface facing a bright light at a dark corner.
  4. Look at their faces in the mirror
  5. Hold a pencil in front of a mirror.
  6. They tabulate their observations

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Plane mirror
  2. Lenses convex and concave lenses
  3. Empty tins with shiny surfaces
  4. Pencils.

WEEK 12: REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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