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WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 1 Being led by the Holy Spirit Using the Bible as our guide

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

  • Narrate the story of Philips and the Ethiopian Eunuch

  • Use the bible as his/her guide
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Explanation

  •  Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 1:35-39;
  • Luke 22:39-46
Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book
    page 43

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 44-45
   
  2   Charismatic renewal in the church in Kenya today

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

  • Describe the charismatic renewal in Kenya

  • Appreciate the charismatic renewal in Kenya today
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Drawing

  • Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 2:1-12,
  • Matthew 6:12

  •  Chalkboard

Living in Christ Book 5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 44-45

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 45-46
   
  3   The Holy Spirit in the life of Christian today

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

  • List the fruit and gift of the Holy Spirit

  • Desire to be led the by the Holy Spirit
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation
The Good News Bible: Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book page 46

  • Teacher’s Guide Pages47
   
2 1   Unity in the church

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

  • State Holy Spirit has led to unity in the church

  • Appreciate Christian teaching on marriage
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation
The Good News Bible:
  • 1Corinthians 12:4-26,

  • Philippians 2:1-5;

  • Matthew 7:12
Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book page 46

  • Teacher’s Guide Pages47
   
  2 God's people are united My class

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

  • Mention the differences among the pupils in my class

  • Accept differences among the pupils in my class

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Drawing

The Good News Bible

  • Philippians 4:13

  • Chalkboard

Living in Christ Book 5

  • Pupil’s Book

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 48
   
  3   Appreciating ethnic differences

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

  • State differences in the local community

  • Be grateful to God for individual differences
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation

The Good News Bible

  • Philippians 4:13

  • Deuteronomy 10:20

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 48

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 49-50
   
3 1   Appreciating religious, nationality and racial back ground

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

  • Explain how she or he can overcome barrier in life

  • Respect each other and other religion
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

The Good News Bible:

  • 2 Corinthians 1:9b;

  • Psalms 40:3-5, 118:8-9

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 49

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 50-51
   
  2   Supporting the needy

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

  • State how he/she accept the needy people in the society

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Explanation

  • Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Acts 4:32-35,
    20:35;

  • James 2:14-17

  • Chalkboard
LICB
5
  • Pupil’s Book page 50

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 51-52
   
  3   Supporting the less fortunate

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

  • State how he/she accept the needy people in the society

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Memorization

  • Prayer

The Good News Bible:

  • John 6:8-13

  • Real objects e.g. bread,
    water

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 51

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 52-53
   
4 1   We are equal before God

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

  • State how we are equal before God

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Demonstration

The Good News Bible:

  • Acts 9:36-42

  • Charts

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  2   Role of the church in uniting the people

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

  • Explain the role of the church in uniting people

  • Appreciate the effort of the church in uniting people
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Drawing
The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

 

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  3 Dignity of the church Definition of the work

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

  • Define work

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Drawing
The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
5 1   Why people work today in African tradition society

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

  • Give reason why people work today in African society

  • Develop positive attitude to work
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 8:40-42

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  2   Reason why God want us work

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

  • Explain why God want him/her work

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
  • The Good News Bible:

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 54

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 54-55
   
  3    

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

  • State the importance of serving others

  • Serve other willingly
  • Narration

  • Miming

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 55-56
   
6 1   Division of work at home

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

  • Explain how work is divided at home

  • Work willingly

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Narration

  • Miming

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
The Good News Bible:
  • Luke 11:5-8,

  • Job 6:14

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53
     
  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 55-56
   
  2   Forms of child labour

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

  • Explain various forms of child labour

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Discussion

  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts
LICB
5
  • Pupil’s Book page 54

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 56-58
   
7 1   Effect of child labour

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

  • Describe effects of child labour

  • Appreciate being in school
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 11:5-8,

  • Job 6:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5


  • Pupil’s Book
    page 55-56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 56-58
   
  2   Work for the community and for the nation

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

  • Describe how people work for the nation and for the community

  • Appreciate various types of work done

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Prayer

The Good News Bible:

  • Genesis 45: 1-15

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  3   Dignity of manual work

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

  • Explain the importance of manual work

  • Appreciate various types of work done
  • Explanation

  • Questions and Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
8 1   Attitude towards work

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

  • Describe how people work for the nation and for the community

  • Develop positive attitude towards work
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation
  • Questions and answers

  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • James 2:23b

  • John 15:13-15,

  • 1John 5:1-5,

  • Psalms 25:14

  • Chalkboard

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 58-59
   
  2   What is meant to work for God

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

  • State what is meant to work for God

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
The Good News Bible:
  • Luke 22:14-20

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5


  • Pupil’s Book
    page 58

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 59-60
   
  3 The Hope of the work Our hopes after primary school

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

  • Explain what his or her hopes are

  • Develop Christian hope
  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
9 1   Our hope for adult life

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

  • Explain what his or her hopes are

  • Develop Christian hope
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Matthew 19:13-15,
  • John 15:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
  2   How we overcome dis appointment

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

  • State how he /she overcome disappointment

  • Seek God purpose for his life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Role play

  • Narration

• The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 15:33-47;
  • 16:1-8

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
  3   What the church hopes for

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

  • Describe what the Christian hope for

  • Ready develop a sure hope in Jesus Christ
  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
10 1   Wise men hope for king

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

  • State the hope of the wise men
  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  2   Jesus Christ hope for mankind

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

  • Describe how God is sure hope for man kind

  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • James 2:23b

  • John 15:13-15,
  • 1 John 5:1-5,
  • Psalms 25:14
  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  3   Our ambition in life

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

  • State purpose of God the father has for his/her life

  • Seek god’s purpose for his or her life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 22:14-20
  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 58

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 59-60
   
11 1 The Hope of the work Jesus Christ Hope for eternal life

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

  • Give the meaning of eternal life

  • Desire to live a holy life in hope of eternal life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:
     
  2   Eternal life and how it is received

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

  • Give the meaning of eternal life

  • Desire to live a holy life in hope of eternal life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Matthew 19:13-15,

  • John 15:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
  3   Life after death

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

  • Describe what Christian hope for eternal life

  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 15:33-47;
  • 16:1-8

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
12 Revision
13 End of year examinations
WEEK LESSON TOPICS AND SUB-TOPICS OBJECTIVES

TEACHING AND LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

TEACHING AIDS REFERENCES REMARKS
1 Term Opening and Revision  
2 1-2 SCALE DRAWING

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

  • Representing given length on paper by drawing them to a given scale 1cm represents 10cm
  • Measuring Lengths
  • Exercise
  • Meter rule and rulers
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 151-152  
  3  

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

  • Represent given lengths using the scale 1cm represents 10cm
  • Converting actual measurements into scale measurements

  • Discussions
  • Meter rule and rulers
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 153  
  4-5  

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

  • Calculate actual lengths given a scale drawing and the scale used
  • Explaining how to get actual measurements from the scale

  • Discussions and exercise
  • Meter rule and rulers
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 154-155  
  5,6, & 7 Evaluation, Exercise and Revision

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

  • Complete Evaluation Exercise and Revision
  • Revision

  • Discussions

  • Exercise
  • Meter rule and rulers
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5  
3 1-2 TABLES AND GRAPHS

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

  • Collect and record data involving events familiar to the learners
  • Discussing how to collect and record data

  • Collecting data

  • Explaining data collection
  • Bottle tops, pebbles (small stones sticks, fairly large tins)
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5  
  3  

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

  • Collect and record data on tables
  • Discussing how many children the learners are in their family

  • Preparing tables to show collecting and recording g data
  • Bottle tops, pebbles (small stones sticks, fairly large tins)
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5  
  4-5  

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

  • Represent data using block graphs
  • Discussing how many children the learners are in their family.

  • Preparing tables to show collecting and recording g data
  • A number of uniform blocks,(empty matchboxes),squared paper, paper stripes marked at 5cm intervals
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 156  
  6  

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

  • Represent data in graphs
  • Revise collection and recording data

  • Representing data on scales and graphs
  • Tables in pupils book pg.157-163
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 157-160   
  7  

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

  • Represent data in graphs
  • Revise collection and recording data

  • Representing data on scales and graphs
  • Tables in pupils book pg.157-163
Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 157-163  
4   Revision Exercise

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

  • Complete the given exercises
  • Evaluation Exercises

  • Discussions

  • Explanations
  Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5  
5-6 1-2 MIXED EXERCISES

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

  • Complete the given exercises
  • Evaluation Exercises
  Primary Mathematics Pupil's Book 5 164-186  
7   CHARTS

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

  • Familiarize with the Charts given
  • Drawing Charts

  • Discussing Charts

  • Explaining Charts
  • Charts in the Teacher’s guide  pg.171-175.
Primary Mathematics Teacher's guide
Book 5 171-175
 
8 Revision and preparations for End Term 3 Exams
9 End Term 3 Exams and Closing

Mwanafunzi yapaswa kufanya Mazoezi ya Mseto

JUMA KIPINDI FUNZO MADA SHABAHA

SHUGHULI ZA MWALIMU
AU MWANAFUNZI

ASILIA NYENZO MAONI
1

Kufungua: Mazoezi na marudio

2 1 Ufahamu Mahafali Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa  149-150

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Ngeli ya U-ZI marudio

Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Ngeli ya U-ZI

Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 151

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3

Matumizi ya lugha

Majina kutokana na vitenzi: Marudio Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Majina Kutokana na vitenzi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 152

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4

Kusoma na kuandika

Hadithi Darasani

Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Hadithi Darasani

Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 153

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Kusikiliza na kuongea Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Kusikiliza na kuongea Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 156

maelezo kitabuni

 
3 1 Ufahamu Bahati ya Ziwakulu Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 158

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Miundo ya vitenzi Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Miundo ya vitenzi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 158

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Matumizi ya lugha Majina ya Makundi Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Majina ya Makundi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 159

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Kusoma Shairi Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Kusoma Shairi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 160

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Kusikiliza na Kuongea Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Kusikiliza na kuongea Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 163-164

maelezo kitabuni

 
4 1 Ufahamu Mke wa Mvuvi Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 165

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi ‘’ki-’’ cha udogo:Marudio Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa ’ki-’’ cha udogo Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 166

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Matumizi ya lugha   Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Msamiati na Matumizi ya lugha Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 166

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Kusoma Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Kusoma Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 167

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Kuandika Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Kuandika Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 169-170

maelezo kitabuni

 
5 1 Ufahamu Barua Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa kuandika Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 171

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Kirejeshi amba- Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa na kutumia Kirejeshi amba- Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 172

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Matumizi ya lugha Mazoezi ya Mseto Mwanafunzi apaswa kufanya Mazoezi ya Mseto Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 173

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Kusoma na kuandika Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa na kuandika Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 175-176

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Insha Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa kuandika Insha Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 177

maelezo kitabuni

 
6 1 Ufahamu Umleavyo ndivyo akuavyo Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 178-179

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Ngeli ya U-U Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Ngeli ya U-U Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 180

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Mjadala Mazingira yetu Mwanafunzi apaswa kujadili kuhusu mazingira yetu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 181

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Hadithi Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Hadithi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 183-184

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo   Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa kuandika Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 185

maelezo kitabuni

 
7 1 Ufahamu Sungura Kizimbani Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 185 

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Kukanusha Nyakati Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Kukanusha Nyakati Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 186

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Msamiati na Matumizi ya lugha Misemo Mwanafunzi apaswa  kuelewa Misemo Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 187

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Shairi Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Shairi Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 189-190 

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Mjadala Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa na kujihusisha kwa Mjadala Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 191

maelezo kitabuni

 
8 1 Ufahamu Kandanda Mwanafunzi apaswa Kusoma na kuelewa maneno magumu Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 192 

maelezo kitabuni

 
  2 Sarufi Kivumishi cha pekee Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Kivumishi cha pekee Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 193

maelezo kitabuni

 
  3 Matumizi ya lugha Mafumbo na Vitendawili Mwanafunzi apaswa  kuelewa Mafumbo na Vitendawili Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 193 

maelezo kitabuni

 
  4 Kusoma na kuandika Kusoma Mwanafunzi apaswa ajihusishe na Kuelewa Kusoma Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 193

maelezo kitabuni

 
  5 Mtungo Mtungo Mwanafunzi apaswa Kuelewa Mtungo Kusoma na kuandika

Zoezi, Maswali
Kiswahili Mufti
 ukurasa 193

maelezo kitabuni

 
  Mwisho wa muhula na kufunga
WEEK LESSON TOPIC AND
SUB-TOPIC
LESSON OBJECTIVES

TEACHING/ LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

TEACHING AIDS REFERENCES REMARKS
1 Opening and revisions
2 1-2 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using appropriate order of adjectives. e.g. The writer wore a small blue hat

  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new words e.g. flower, conserve, shade, soil etc.
  • Studying the pictures and getting the difference

  • Pronouncing New words

  • Explaining meaning of New words

  • Constructing sentences

  • Asking and answering oral questions
  • Real objects e.g. flower and soil pictures in the pupils book

  • Oxford Primary Dictionary
Primary English
Pupil's Book 5
page 116-118
 
  3 READING

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

  • Read the passage If all trees die fluently and accurately

  • Answer the oral questions
  • Stating uses of trees

  • Discussing the picture

  • Reading a loud

  • Reading the poem in turns

  • Asking and answering questions
  • Pictures in the Pupils book

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
117

 
  4-5 WRITING

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

  • Write correct sentences using prepositions, words with silent
    -h-
  • Write questions with what else? who else? And Time phrases

  • Write a guided composition on the importance of trees 
  • Discussing the questions orally

  • Recording correct answers

  • Writing a composition
  • Fun spot
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
117-121
 
  6 LIBRARY

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

  • Read the story and poems fluently and accurately for comprehensions and enjoyment
  • Reading jokes in pairs

  • Telling your partner other jokes

  • Retelling the story
  • Fun spot

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
121

 
  7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
  • Revision exercise
  • Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5   
3 1-2 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using  prepositions, across, next to e.gKawira seats opposite Ouma
  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new words e.g. famous opposite, tourism, Migration, pound etc.  
  • In groups discuss tourism in Kenya

  • Pronouncing new words

  • Demonstrating and explaining the meaning of new word

  • Asking and answering oral questions
  • Pupils' book

  • Oxford Primary Dictionary
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 122-124
 
  3-4 READING

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

  • Read the passage What an amazing site fluently and accurately

  • Answer the oral questions
  • Discussing about an interesting place the pupils may have visited

  • Reading the passage silently

  • Reading aloud in turns

  • Asking and answering questions
  • Pictures in the Pupils book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
122-123
 
  5 WRITING

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

  • Write correct sentences using past tense e.g  watched, caught, thought
  • Write a guided composition on the importance of trees
  • Discussing the questions orally

  • Recording correct answers

  • Writing a composition
  • Pictures in the Pupils book

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 123-127

 
  6 LIBRARY

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

  • Read the story and poems fluently and accurately for comprehensions and enjoyment
 
  • Reading jokes in pairs

  • Telling your partner other jokes

  • Retelling the story
  •  Fun spot
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 127
 
  7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
 
  • Revision Exercise
 
  • Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5   
4 1 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using  appropriate order of objectives The boy is playing with a small plastic car

  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new pyramid, pharaoh, and mummy. tomb etc.
 
  • Practice the dialogue in pairs

  • Dramatize the dialogue

  • Pronouncing new words

  • Explaining the meaning of new words
 
  • Pupils' book

  • Oxford Primary Dictionary
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 128-130
 
  2-3 READING

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

  • Read the passage Pyramids fluently and accurately

  • Answer the oral questions
 
  • Discussing about an interesting place the pupils may have visited

  • Reminding pupils of the value of tourism

  • Discussing the picture in pupils book

  • Asking and answering questions
  • Pictures in the Pupils book 
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
128-129
 
  4 WRITING

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

  • Write correct sentences using proper punctuation

  • Write a guided composition on  a person who thinks he/she is better than other people
 
  • Discussing the questions orally

  • Recording correct answers

  • Writing a composition
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
123-127
 
  5-6 LIBRARY

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

  • Read the story and poems fluently and accurately for comprehensions and enjoyment
 
  • Revising the questions orally

  • Recording answers

  • Writing composition
 
  • Outline points 
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 129-131
 
  7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
 
  • revision exercise
 
  • Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5   
5 1-2 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using the pattern (waiting for something to happen ) eg Karuga is waiting for the clothes to dry

  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new like patience, doubt, refuse, give up re-draw.
 
  • Studying the picture,

  • Answering oral questions

  • Pronouncing new words

  • Explaining the meaning of new words
 
  • Pupils book

  • Oxford Primary Dictionary
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 132-134
 
  3-4 READING

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

  • Read the passage patience is  fluently and accurately
  • Answer the oral questions
 
  • Discussing what patience is and when to show it.

  • Reading the poem aloud

  • Asking and answering questions
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 132-133
 
  5 WRITING

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

  • Write correct answers to the questions given

  • Write down correct sentences using idioms 

  • Write a diary
 
  • Discussing the questions orally

  • Recording correct answers

  • Writing a composition
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book

Primary English Pupil's Book 5
page 133-135

 
  6 LIBRARY

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

  • Read the story and poems fluently and accurately for comprehensions and enjoyment
 
  • Reading aloud

  • Discussing the story

  • Retelling the story
 
  • Outline points 
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 135
 
  7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
 
  • revision exercise
 
  • Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5   
6 1 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using the pattern afraid of/proud of/nominal 

  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new like tradition, fertile,  unite, courage etc.
 
  • Reading the story

  • Discussing the story

  • Pronouncing new word

  • Explaining the meaning of new words
 
  • Pupils' book

  • Oxford Primary Dictionary

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 136-138
 
  2-3 READING

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

  • Read the passage Mekatilili   fluently and accurately

  • Answer the oral questions
 
  • Asking pupils to name some of the famous people they know

  • Reading the poem aloud

  • Asking and answering questions
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 136-137

 
  4 WRITING

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

  • Write correct answers to the questions given

  • Write down correct words in alphabetical order
 
  • Discussing the questions orally

  • Recording correct answers

  • Writing a composition
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book

Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 137-139

 
  5-6 LIBRARY

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

  • Read the story and poems fluently and accurately for comprehensions and enjoyment
 
  • Reading aloud

  • Discussing the story

  • Retelling the story
 
  • Outline points 
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 139
 
  7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
 
  • Revision exercise
 
  • Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 

 
7 1-2 ORAL WORK

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

  • Construct correct sentence using passive form

  • Pronounce and Construct correct sentence using new like Ostrich, balance. form.
 
  • Reading the story aloud

  • Answering questions

  • Pronouncing new word

  • Explaining the meaning of new words
 
  • Pupils book

  • Oxford Primary

  • Dictionary
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 136-138
 
  3 READING

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

  • Read the passage The Ostrich  fluently and accurately

  • Answer the oral questions
 
  • Discussing the pictures in the pupils book

  • Answering oral questions

  • Pronouncing new words

  • Explaining the meaning of new words
 
  • Sentence cards

  • Pictures in the Pupils book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 140-141
 
  4 WRITING

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

  • Write correct answers to the questions given

  • Write numbers from numerals to words and vice-versa

  • Write correct sentences using short forms
 
  • Revising the questions orally

  • Writing the answers

  • Writing a composition
 
  • Pictures in the Pupils book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 141-143
 
  5 LIBRARY

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

  • Study and study and work out the given puzzle for  enjoyment
 
  • Discussing the game
  • Playing the game
  • Retelling the story
 
  • Fun spot 
Primary English Pupil's Book 5 
page 143
 
  6-7 REVISION

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

  • Complete a revision exercise
 
  • Revision Exercise
  •  Pupil's book
Primary English Pupil's Book 5   
8 Revision and preparations for Term 3 Exams and Closing
9 End term exams and closing
WEEK LESSON TOPIC TEACHING OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

TEACHING RESOURCES REMARKS
1 1 KENYAN CITIZEN

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

  • State the responsibilities of a Kenya citizen.
  • Paying taxes

  • Obey the law

  • Being patriotic

  • Development

  • Voting.
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Ask and answer questions
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 140-142

  • Photos of voters
 
  2 Importance of good citizenship

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

  • Explain the importance of good citizenship.

Good citizenship

  • Peace and harmony

  • Fairness

  • Equity

  • Development
  • Discuss

  • Explain
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 142-144
 
  3-4

DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Types of democracy.

  • Direct
  • Representative (Parliamentary)

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

  • Identify different types of democracy

  • Explain the different types of democracy.

Types of democracy

  • Direct

  • Representative

  • Define democracy
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Dramatize
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 145-147
  • Voting process

 
  5 Forms of child abuse.

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

  • Identify forms of child abuse.
  • Forms of child abuse

  • Child rights
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Ask and answer questions
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 147-149

  • Street children photos
 
2 1 Ways of protecting children from abuse.

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

  • Suggest ways of protecting children from abuse.
  • Ways of protecting children from abuse
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Observe
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 149-151
  • Street children photos
 
  2

LAW, PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Causes of lawlessness.

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

  • State the causes of lawlessness in society.
  • Causes of lawlessness.
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Ask and answer questions
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 152-154
 
  3 Effects of lawlessness in society.

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

  • State the effects of lawlessness in society.

  • Appreciate the importance of the rule of law in society.
  • Effects of lawlessness.
  • Discuss

  • Explain

  • Ask and answer questions
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 154-155
  • Pictures of mob justice.
 
  4-5

Government of Kenya

Arms of Government

  • Legislative
  • Executive
  • Judiciary

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

  • Identify the 3 arms of the government

  • State the composition of the 3 arms of government.
 
  • Discuss

  • Explain
     

  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 83-84
 
3 1-2

Composition of IEBC

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

  • State the composition of the body in charge of Election in Kenya.
 
  • Discuss

  • Explain
  • Primary Social Studies Book 5 page 85-86
 
  3,4 &5 Revision Questions
4-8 REVISION AND PREPARATION FOR END TERM EXAMS
9 END TERM EXAMS AND CLOSING
WEEK LESSON TOPIC/ SUB TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES TEACHING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS REFERENCES REMARKS
1 1  

SULPHUR AND ITS COMPOUNDS

Extraction of sulphur.

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

  • To describe extraction of sulphur by Frasch process
 
  • Illustrate and discuss extraction of sulphur.
 
  • Chart-the Frasch process.

KLB BOOK 3
page 180-181

Longhorn Book 3  page 126-129

 
  2  Allotropes of sulphur.

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

  • To identify allotropes of sulphur.

  • To describe preparation of allotropes of sulphur.

 
  • Discussion and exposition of new concepts. 
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 182-183

Longhorn Book 3  page 126-129

 
  3  

Physical properties of sulphur.

Heating of sulphur.

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

  • To list physical properties of sulphur.

  • To describe effects of heat on sulphur.
 
  • Class experiment:

  • Solubility of sulphur in water, benzene, e.t.c. 

  • Class experiments:

  • Heating sulphur gently then strongly.

  • Discuss the observations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 184

Longhorn Book 3  page 253-255

 
  4-5  Chemical properties of sulphur.

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

  • To investigate and describe chemical properties of sulphur.
 
  • Group experiments.

  • Discuss observations.

  • Write corresponding equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3page 188-190

Longhorn Book 3  page 256-258

 
2 1  

Uses of sulphur.

 Sulphur dioxide.

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

  • Describe lab. preparation of sulphur dioxide.
 
  • Teacher elucidates uses of sulphur.

  • Teacher demonstration:-Preparation of sulphur dioxide in a fume chamber/in the open.

  • Carrying out tests on the gas.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 191-192

Longhorn Book 3  page 258

 
  2  

Physical properties of sulphur dioxide.

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

  • To list down physical properties of sulphur dioxide.
 
  • Discuss the above tests.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 193

Longhorn Book 3  page 262-263

 
  3

Acidic properties of SO2

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

  • To carry out experiments to determine bleaching properties of SO2.
 
  • Teacher demonstration to verify acidic properties of sulphur dioxide.

  • Write equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 193

Longhorn Book 3  page 262-263

 
  4-5  Reducing action of SO2.

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

  • To verify reducing action of SO2
 
  • Class experiments: make observations and draw conclusions.

  • Write balanced corresponding equations.
 
  • Experimental worksheets.

KLB BOOK 3
page 195

 
3 1  Bleaching properties of SO2.

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

  • To carry out experiments to determine bleaching properties of SO2.
 
  • Discuss the observations made above.

  • Write corresponding equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 194

Longhorn Book 3  page 263-264

 
  2  Oxidizing action of SO2.

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

  • To explain Oxidizing action of SO2.
 
  • Q/A: review redox reactions.

  • Teacher demonstration: - Lowering magnesium into a jar of SO2; effect of SO2 on hydrogen sulphide.

  • Discuss observations.

  • Write equations for the reactions.
 
  • Burning magnesium.

  • Hydrogen sulphide.

KLB BOOK 3
page 198-199

Longhorn Book 3  page 266-267

 
  3  

Sulphate and sulphite ions.

Uses of SO2.

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

  • To carry out tests for Sulphate and sulphite ions.

  • State uses of SO2.
 
  • Class experiments.

  • Make deductions from the observations made.

  • Write (ionic) equations for the reactions.

  • Teacher elucidates uses of SO2.
 
  • Sodium sulphate

  • Barium chloride

  • Barium nitrate

KLB BOOK 3
page 200

Longhorn Book 3  page 268-269

 
  4-5  

Sulphuric acid.

Contact process of manufacture.

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

  • To identify raw materials for manufacture of sulphuric acid.

  • To describe the contact process.
 
  • Discussion using schematic

  • Flow charts.

  • Writing equations.
 
  • Chart-schematic

  • Flow charts.

KLB BOOK 3
page 201-203

Longhorn Book 3  page 275-276

 
4 1  Properties of conc. H2SO4.

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

  • Investigate properties of concentrated H2SO4.
 
  • Class / group experiments on worksheets.

  • Enter results in a table.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 203-204

Longhorn Book 3  page 274-275

 
  2  Properties of conc. H2SO4.

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

  • Describe properties of conc. H2SO4.
 
  • Discuss above observations.

  • Write relevant equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 204

 

 
  3  Physical properties of sulphuric acid.

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

  • To dilute concentrated sulphuric acid.

  • State physical properties of sulphuric acid.
 
  • Teacher demonstration – diluting concentrated sulphuric acid.

  • Discuss use of concentrated sulphuric acid as a drying and dehydrating agent.
 
  • Concentrated sulphuric acid.

KLB BOOK 3
page 205

Longhorn Book 3  page 274-275

 
  4-5  

Chemical properties of Sulphuric acid.

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

  • To write equations to show that concentrated sulphuric acid is a drying and dehydrating agent.

  • To describe reactions of dilute H2SO4 with metals.
 
  • Discussion and explanations.
  • Group experiments – reaction of metals with  dilute H2SO4,

  • Make observations and relevant deductions; writing corresponding equations.
 
  • Magnesium

  • zinc

  • copper 

KLB BOOK 3
page 206

Longhorn Book 3  page 276-278

 
5 1  Dilute H2SO4, carbonates and hydrogen carbonates.

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

  • To investigate reaction of dilute H2SO4 with  carbonates and hydrogen carbonates.
 
  • Class experiments.

  • Making  tabulated observations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 208

Longhorn Book 3  page 279-280

 
  2  Dilute H2SO4, carbonates and hydrogen carbonates.

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

  • To describe reaction of dilute H2SO4 with  carbonates and hydrogen carbonates. 
  •  Discussion,

  • writing relevant equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 208

 

 
  3  Dilute H2SO4, and metal oxides and hydroxides.

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

  • To investigate reaction of dilute H2SOwith metal oxides and hydroxides. 
 
  • Class experiments.

  • Observing colour changes.
 
  • Oxides of magnesium, zinc, copper.

  • NaOH Solution.

KLB BOOK 3
page 210

Longhorn Book 3  page 287-288

 
  4-5  Dilute H2SO4 and metal oxides & hydroxides.

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

  • To explain reactions of dilute H2SOwith metal oxides and hydroxides. 
 
  • Discussion, writing relevant chemical equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 211

 

 
6 1-2  

Hydrogen sulphide.

 Preparation of the gas.

Reaction of the gas with oxygen

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

  • To describe preparation of hydrogen sulphide.

  • To state properties of the gas.
 
  • Theoretical / descriptive approach.

  • Writing corresponding equations.

  • Discuss physical properties of the gas and reaction of the gas with oxygen.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 210

Longhorn Book 3  page 289-290

 
  3-4  

Reaction of the gas with water.

 Reducing properties of the gas.

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

  • To write equations for reaction of the gas with water.

  •  To demonstrate reducing properties of the gas.
 
  • Writing chemical equations for the reactions.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 212

Longhorn Book 3  page 291-292

 
  5  Sulphur and its effects on the environment.

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

  • To explain environmental pollution caused by sulphur and its compounds.
 
  • Discussion and explanation.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 214

Longhorn Book 3  page 293-295

 
7 1 TEST
  2  

CHLORINE  & ITS COMPOUNDS

 Lab preparation of chlorine gas.

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

  • Describe laboratory preparation of chlorine gas.
 
  • Teacher demonstration  – gas preparation tests on the gas.
 
  • Concentrated hydrochloric acid

  • Manganese (IV) oxide.

KLB BOOK 3
page 219

Longhorn Book 3  page 298-299

 
  3  Physical properties of chlorine.

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

  • State physical properties of chlorine.
 
  • Q/A: Relate the properties to the method of collection of the gas.

  • Write equations for the reaction leading to formation of chlorine.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 220

Longhorn Book 3  page 301

 
  4 Chemical properties of chlorine – reaction with water. 

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

  • To investigate and explain reaction of chlorine with water.
 
  • Teacher demonstration:

  • Writing chemical equations.
 
  • Moist blue litmus papers.

KLB BOOK 3
page 222

Longhorn Book 3  page 301-302

 
  5  

Chemical properties of chlorine

Reaction with metals

Reaction with non-metals.

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

  • To investigate and explain reaction of chlorine with metals / non-metals.
 
  • Teacher demonstration:

  • Discussion. 

  • Writing chemical equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 224-225

Longhorn Book 3  page 303-305

 
8 1  

Chemical properties of chlorine

Reaction with metals

Reaction with non-metals.

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

  • To investigate and explain reaction of chlorine with metals / non-metals.
 
  • Teacher demonstration:

  • Discussion. 

  • Writing chemical equations.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 224-225

Longhorn Book 3  page 303-305

 
  2-3  Oxidizing properties of chlorine.

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

  • To investigate and explain reaction of chlorine with reducing a gents.
 
  • Group experiments.

  • Discuss and explain observations made.

  • Write corresponding chemical equations.
 
  • Experiment Worksheets.

KLB BOOK 3
page 226-227

Longhorn Book 3  page 307-308

 
  4  Chlorine and alkalis.

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

  • To investigate and explain reaction of chlorine with alkalis.
 
  • Teacher demonstration: Bubbling chlorine with dilute cold / hot NaOH solution.

  • Make observations and account for them.
 
  • Cold and hot NaOH solutions.

KLB BOOK 3
page 228

Longhorn Book 3  page 313-314

 
  5  Test for chlorides.

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

  • To carry out tests for chlorides.
 
  • Class experiments.

  • Discuss observations, results.

  • Write chemical equations for the reactions.
 
  • Experiment Worksheets.

  • Zinc chloride, litmus paper,

  • Concentrated Sulphuric acid. 

KLB BOOK 3
page 230

Longhorn Book 3  page 318-319

 
9 1  Test for chlorides.

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

  • To carry out tests for chlorides.
 
  • Class experiments.

  • Discuss observations, results.

  • Write chemical equations for the reactions.
 
  • Experiment Worksheets.

  • Zinc chloride,

  • litmus paper,

  • concentrated Sulphuric acid. 

KLB BOOK 3
page 230

Longhorn Book 3  page 318-319

 
  2  Uses of chlorine gas

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

  • To state uses of chlorine.
 
  • Teacher elucidates uses of chlorine.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 231

Longhorn Book 3  page 320

 
  3,4  

Hydrogen chloride gas: Lab preparation and Physical properties.

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

  • To describe Lab. prep of hydrogen chloride gas.

  • To investigate and state physical properties of hydrogen chloride gas.
 
  • Teacher demonstration.

  • Carry out tests on the gas and deduce the properties of the gas.
  •  Sodium chloride crystals,

  • Concentrated H2SO4

KLB BOOK 3
page 232

Longhorn Book 3  page 323-324

 
  5  
  • Aqueous hydrogen chloride.

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

  • To prepare aqueous hydrogen chloride.
 
  • Class experiment leading to deduction of chemical properties of hydrogen chloride gas.
  • Distilled water

KLB BOOK 3
page 234

 
10 1,2  
  • Further chemical properties of hydrogen chloride gas.

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

  • To determine chemical properties of hydrogen chloride gas.

  • To carry out confirmatory test for hydrogen chloride gas
 
  • Class experiment leading to deduction of  further chemical properties of hydrogen chloride gas / confirmatory test for hydrogen chloride gas.
 
  • Ammonia solution.

KLB BOOK 3
page 235

Longhorn Book 3  page 327-331

 
  3 Large-scale production of hydrochloric acid.

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

  • Identify raw materials for manufacture of hydrochloric acid in large scale.

  • Describe the manufacturing process.

 
  • Discussion giving relevant equations
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 237

Longhorn Book 3  page 330

 
  4 Uses of hydrochloric acid.

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

  • To state uses of hydrochloric acid.
  • Brief discussion.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 237

Longhorn Book 3  page 331

 
  5 Effects of hydrochloric acid on the environment.

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

  • To explain effects of hydrochloric acid on the environment.
  • Discussion and explanation. 

  • Assignment.
 

KLB BOOK 3
page 238

Longhorn Book 3  page 334-338

 
  SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Published in Schemes of Work Form 3
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC LESSON OBJECTIVES

TEACHING/ LEARNING

ACTIVITIES

TEACHING

MATERIALS

REFERENCES REMARKS
1 1-2 SORGHUM Ecological requirements and preparation for planting materials.

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements of sorghum.

  • Identify some varieties of finger millet.

  • Describe selection and preparation of planting materials.

 

  • Discussion;

  • Exposition;

  • Probing questions.
  • Finger millet
 

KLB BK III

Page  250-252
 
  3-4   Field operations, pest and disease control.

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

  • Discuss field operations, pest and disease control.
  • Examine sorghum attacked by  pests / diseases.

  • Discussion

  • Sorghum attacked by pests / diseases.
 

KLB BK III

Page  255-259
 
2 1 BEANS Ecological requirements and preparation for planting materials.

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for beans.

  • Identify some varieties of beans.
  • Exposition and probing questions.
 

KLB BK III

Page  260-261 
 
  2   Field operations, pest and disease control & harvesting of beans.

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

  • Discuss field operations, pest and disease control.
  • Examine beans attacked by  pests / diseases.

  • Brain storming;

  • Discussion.
  • Bean plants attacked by pests / diseases.

KLB BK III

Page  261-263 
 
  3 RICE Ecological requirements and preparation for planting materials.

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for beans.

  • Identify some varieties of rice.
  • Exposition and probing questions.
   

KLB BK III

Page 260-261
 
  4   Field operations, pest and disease control & harvesting of rice.

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

  • Discuss field operations, pest and disease control.
  • Brain storming;

  • Discussion.
 
  • Bean plants attacked by pests / diseases.

KLB BK III

Page 261-263 
 
3 1   Harvesting pyrethrum.

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

  • Describe harvesting of pyrethrum.
  • Exposition and probing questions.
  • Pyrethrum shrubs

KLB BK III

Page 265 
 
  2   Harvesting sugarcane.

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

  • Describe harvesting of sugarcane.
  • Exposition and probing questions.
   

KLB BK III

Page 265
 
  3   Harvesting coffee and tea.

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

  • Describe harvesting of coffee and tea.
  • Exposition and probing questions.

  • Brainstorming
 

KLB BK III

Page 265 
 
  4 FORAGE CROPS Pasture classification.

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

  • Outline criteria for classifying pastures.
 
  • Exposition and probing questions.
  •  Common types of grass

KLB BK III

Page 269-271 
 
4 1   Pasture establishment.

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

  • Outline methods of sowing pasture crop.
  • Describe field practices for pasture establishment.
 
  • Brain storming,

  • Discussion.
 

KLB BK III

Page 272-274 
 
  2   Weed control and top dressing

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

  • Cite reasons for weed control.

  • Cite reasons for topdressing.
 
  • Brain storming

  • Discussion.
 

KLB BK III

Page 274-276 
 
  3   Pasture utilization.

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

  • State effects of early  / late defoliation.
 
  • Probing questions

  • Exposition

  • Discussion
 

KLB BK III

Page  277- 278
 
  4   Rotational grazing systems.

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

  • State advantages of rotational grazing systems.
  • Brain storming

  • Discussion on paddocking, strip grazing, tethering.
   

KLB BK III

Page 280-282
 
5 1   Zero grazing / stall feeding.

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

  • State advantages of zero grazing / stall feeding.
 
  • Brain storming

  • Discussion.
 

KLB BK III

Page 283 
 
  2   Napier grass

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for Napier grass.

  • Describe establishment of  Napier grass.
  • Expository and descriptive approaches.
  •  Napier grass strands

KLB BK III

Page 283-287 
 
  3-4   Guatemala

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for Guatemala.

  • Describe establishment of  Guatemala.
 
  • Brain storming,

  • Discussion.
  •  Guatemala strands
 

KLB BK III

Page 287-292
 
6 1-2   Kenya white clover

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for Kenya white clover.

  • Describe establishment of  Kenya white clover.
 
  • Brain storming

  • Discussion.
  •  Kenya white clover strands

KLB BK III

Page 295 
 
  3-4   Lucerne & Desmodium

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

  • Outline the ecological requirements for Lucerne / desmodium.

  • Describe establishment of  Lucerne / desmodium. 
 
  • Q/A & brief discussion

  • Exposition.
  •  Lucerne strands
   
7 1-2 FORAGE CONSERVATION  

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

  •  Cite reasons for conserving forge.

  • Outline methods of conserving forage.
  • Discussion on hay / silage  making and silos.
 

KLB BK III

Page 299-302 
 
  3-4  TEST & MID TERM BREAK
8 1   Principles of conservation.

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

  • Discuss the principles of conservation of forage.

  • State characteristics of quality silage.
 
  • Brief discussion with exposition of new concepts
   

KLB BK III

Page 304-305
 
  2   Silage requirements in dry matter.

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

  • Calculate silage requirements in dry matter. 
  • Expositions

  • Calculations
  •  Calculators

KLB BK III

Page 305-306 
 
  3-4 LIVESTOCK HEALTH III Observable conditions of livestock and disease predisposing factors

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

  • Identify conditions that help in observing disease symptoms.

  • Identify some disease predisposing factors 
 
  • Brain storming

  • Discussion.

  • Q/A to review disease and health
 

KLB BK III

Page 308-309 
 
9 1-2   Terms related to livestock diseases.

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

  • Define the terms incubation period, mortality, natural and artificial immunity.

 

 
  • Probing questions

  • Brief discussion.
 

KLB BK III

Page 309-310 
 
  3-4   Protozoan diseases

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

  •  Give examples of  protozoan diseases.

  • Identify symptoms of specific  diseases.

  • Cite control measures.
  • Discussion on ECF, anaplasmolysis, nagana, coccidiosis.
 

KLB BK III

Page 311-312 
 
10 1-2   Bacterial diseases

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

Give examples of  bacterial diseases.

  • Identify symptoms of specific  diseases.

  • Cite control measures.

  • Identify animals affected by bacterial diseases.
  • Discussion on mastitis. Foot rot, contagious abortion, black quarter, scours, anthrax, pneumonia.
 

KLB BK III

Page 314-325 
 
  3-4   Viral diseases

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

  • Give examples of viral diseases.

  • Identify symptoms of specific  diseases.

  • Cite control measures.

  • Identify animals affected by viral  diseases.
  • Discussion on rinderpest, Newcastle, gumboro, foot and mouth disease, fowl pox.
 

KLB BK III

Page 325- 330 
 
11 1 Nutritional disorders Milk fever

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

  • Cite symptoms of milk fever.

  • Explain control and treatment of milk fever. 

 
  • Brain storming

  • Brief Discussion.
 

KLB BK III

Page 330- 332 
 
  2   Bloat

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

  • Cite symptoms of milk fever.

  • Explain control and treatment of milk fever. 

 
  • Brain storming

  • Brief Discussion.
   

KLB BK III

Page  332-333
 
  3-4  REVIEW QUESTIONS
12-13  END OF YEAR EXAMS
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES LESSON ACTIVITIES

LESSON/TEACHING

AIDS

REFERENCES REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND REVISION OF LAST TERM'S EXAMS.
2 1-2 Electrostatics II Electric field patterns

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

  • Sketch electric field patterns around charged bodies
  • Discussion on electric field patterns

  • Observing and plotting field patterns
  • Charts on magnetic fields
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 76-77

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 222-225

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 76-77

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 151-152
 
  3-5 Electrostatics II Charge distribution on conductors

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

  • Describe charge distribution on conductors: Spherical and pear shaped conductors

  • Discussions on charge distribution on conductors

  • Experiment is demonstrated/illustrate charge distribution on conductors
 
  • Vande Graaf generator

  • Chart showing charge distribution on different conductors

  • Gold leaf electroscope
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 77-78

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 225-228

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 77-78

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 153-154
 
3 1-2 Electrostatics II

Lighting arrestor

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

  • Explain how lightning arrestor works
  • Discussions on the lighting arrestor

  • Explanations on the lighting arrestor

  • Improvised lighting arrestor

  • Photographs of lightning arrestor
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 79-80

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 229-230

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 79

  • Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155
 
  3-5 Electrostatics II Capacitance

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

  • Define capacitance and state its SI units

  • Describe the charging and discharging of a capacitor

  • State and explain the factors that affect the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor
  • Experiments on charging and discharging capacitor

  • Discussion on factors affecting capacitance

  • Defining capacitance

 
  • Complete circuits

  • Capacitors
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 80-82

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 230-237

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 79-80

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155-158
 
4 1-2 Electrostatics II Combinations of capacitors

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

  • Derive the effective capacitance of capacitors in series and parallel
  • Deriving effective capacitance of capacitors in series and parallel

  • Solving problems

  • Discussion in the effective capacitance

  • Capacitors in series and parallel connections

  • Charts showing complete circuits
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 80-82

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 237-241

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 81-82

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 155-158
 
  3 Electrostatics II Energy stored in a charged capacitor

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

  • Describe the energy stored in a charged capacitor
  • Describing the energy stored in a charged capacitor
  • Capacitors

  • Dry cells

  • Charts on capacitors used

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 82

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 244

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 82

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 159-160
 
  4 Electrostatics II Application of capacitors

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

  • State and explain the applications of capacitors
  • Discussions on applications of capacitors

  • Stating and explaining applications of capacitors

  • Charts on the use of capacitors

  • Capacitors

 Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 82-84

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 34-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 244

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 82-83

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 161
 
  5 Electrostatics II Revision

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

  • solve numerical problems involving capacitors using the formulae

 

Q= CV

C1=C1+C1

1/C1= 1/C1+1/C2

  • Problem solving
  • Questions in the students Book 3
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 84-87

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 38-39

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 244-245

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 85-88

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 161
 
5 1-3 The Heating Effect Of an Electric Current Electric current heating effect

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

  • Perform and describe experiments to illustrate the heating effect of electric current
 
  • Experiments to illustrate heating effect of electric current

  • Discussions on heating effect of electric current

 
  • Complete circuit

  • Water in a beaker

  • Metallic rod

  • Thermometer
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 88

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 39-41

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 246-247

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 89

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 162-165
 
  4-5 The Heating Effect Of an Electric Current Factors affecting electric current

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

  • State and explain the factors affecting electrical energy
  • Discussions on the factors affecting electrical energy

  • Experiments on electrical energy

  • Stating and explaining factors affecting the electrical energy

 
  • Complete circuit

  • Wires

  • Rheostat

  • Ammeter

  • Battery
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 88-90

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 39-41

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 247-255

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 89-90

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 165-166
 
6 1-2 The Heating Effect Of an Electric Current

Heating devices
fuses

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

  • describe the working of electric iron, bulb filament and an electric water
  • discussion on electric devices

  • observations and experiments on heating devices 

 
  • Electric irons

  • Electric bulb

  • Electric kettle

  • Electric heater

  • Fuses
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 90-91

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 39-41

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 255-258

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 90-91

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 166-170
 
  3-5 The Heating Effect Of an Electric Current Revision

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

  • Solve problems involving electrical energy and electric power
  • Problem solving

  • Exercises assignment

  • Discussion on problems involving electrical energy and electrical power

 
  • Set questions

  • Marking scheme
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 90-92

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 41

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 246-258-259

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 92

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 171
 
7 1-2 Quantity Of Heat

Heat capacity

Specific heat capacity

Units of heat capacity

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

  • Define heat capacity and specific heat capacity and derive their SI units
  • Experiments on heat capacity and specific heat capacity

  • Discussion on heat capacity and specific h eat capacity

  • Defining heat capacity and heat specific heat capacity

 
  • Source of heat

  • Water

  • Lagged can

  • Thermometer
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 93-96

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 42-46

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 246-260-271

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 93-94

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 172-174
 
  3-4 Quantity Of Heat Change of state

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

  • Define and explain latent heat of fusion, specific latent heat of fusion

  • Define and explain latent heat of vaporization, specific latent heat of vaporization

  • State the SI units of latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization
 
  • Experiments on latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization

  • Discussion on latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization

 
  • File

  • Water

  • Thermometer

  • Weighing balance

  • Source of heat 
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 96-97

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 42-46

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 246-271-281

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 95-96

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 188-199
 
  5 Quantity Of Heat Boiling and melting

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

  • Distinguish between boiling and melting

  • State the factors affecting melting points and boiling points of a substance

  • Describe the working of a pressure cooker and a refrigerator

 

  • Distinguishing between boiling and melting points

  • Stating factors affecting boiling and melting points

  • Experiments to illustrate boiling and melting point
 
  • Pressure cooker

  • Refrigerator

  • Charts on melting and boiling points

  • Ice

  • Heat

  • Sufuria

  • water
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 97-101

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 42-46

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 246-282-288

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 96-98

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 186-187
 
8 1-5 Quantity Of Heat Revision

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

  • Solve problems involving quantity of heat
  • Problem solving
  • Quizzes

  • Past exams

  • Exercises

  • Calculators

  • Mathematical tables 
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 101-102

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 42-46

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 288-289

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 100-104

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages 183-185, 200-202
 
9 1-2 The Gas Laws Pressure law

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

  • State and verify the gas laws for an ideal gas experimentally

 

  • Experiments to verify pressure law

  • Demonstrations on pressure law

  • Discussion on pressure law
 
  • Water

  • Thermometer

  • Measuring cylinder

  • Syringe

  • Narrow glass tube
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 103-104

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 47-50

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 299-302

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 106

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  203-207
 
  3-4 The Gas Laws Charles’s law

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

  • State and verify Charles’s law experimentally
 

 

  • Experiments to verify Charles’s law

  • Discussion on Charles’s law
 
  • Water

  • Thermometer

  • Measuring cylinder

  • Syringe

  • Narrow glass tube
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 105-106

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 47-50

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 295-298

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 107

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  203
 
  5 The Gas Laws Boyle’s law

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

  • State and verify Boyle’s law experimentally

 

  • Experiments verifying and explain Boyle’s law

  • Discussion on Boyle’s law
 
  • Water

  • Thermometer

  • Syringe

  • Measuring cylinder

  • Narrow glass tube
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 106-107

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 47-50

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 290-294

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 107

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  203
 
10 1-2 The Gas Laws The kinetic theory of gases

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

  • Explain law absolute zero temperature may be obtained from pressure and temp. graphs
  • Discussions on the absolute zero temperature from pressure using kinetic theory of gases
 
  • Graph paper

  • Clinical thermometer

  • Working out sums
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 108-110

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 47-50

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 303

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 107

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  207-209
 
  3-4 The Gas Laws The kinetic theory of gases

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

  • Explain the gas laws using the kinetic theory of gases
  •  Discussion on gas laws using kinetic theory of gases

  • Working out sums
 
  • Graph papers

  • Clinical thermometers
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 68-110

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 49

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 303

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 107

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  209-210
 
  5 The Gas Laws The kinetic theory of gases

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

  • Convert Celsius scales to Kelvin scale of temperature and state basic assumptions of kinetic theory of gases
  •  Discussion on basic assumptions of kinetic theory of gases

  • Conversion of Celsius to Kelvin scales
 
  • Graph paper

  • Clinical thermometer
 

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 110-111

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 50-51

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 107

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 107

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  214
 
11 1-5 The Gas Laws Revision

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

  • Solve numerical problems involving gas laws
  •  Solving problems involving gas laws

  • Discussion on the problems involving gas laws
 
  • Quizzes

  • Past examination

  • Exercise in the Book 3

Comprehensive secondary physics students book 3 pages 110-111

Comprehensive secondary physics teachers book 3 pages 50-51

Secondary physics KLB students book 3 page 303-305

Physics made easier vol. 2 pages 109-110

Secondary physics (M.N Patel) pages  215-217 
 
12 END OF YEAR EXAMS
Longhorn Secondary and Foundations of Computer Studies Form 1 Computer Studies Schemes of work Term 3 2020/2021
OPERATING SYSTEM (OS)
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING/TEACHING ACTIVITIES LEARNING/ TEACHING RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS
 1   1   DEFINITION OF AN OPERATING SYSTEM By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able:
Illustrate an operating system as a supervisor of hardware and application software
Learner to:
Identify operating system used by the computer
Charts
Computer
Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg. 82
Foundations of Computer Studies by Pepela Pg.155
 
 2-3     Identify parts of OS Through brainstorming describe parts of the OS Charts
Computer
Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.82
Foundations of Computer Studies by Pepela Pg.155
 
 2   1   FUNCTIONS OF AN OPERATING SYSTEM List devices under the OS Through questions and answers, list devices under control of the OS Flash cards Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G.Chemwa 
Pg.83-85
 
 2-3   DEVICES UNDER THE OPERATING SYSTEM State functions of an OS in resource management  Through brainstorming, state functions of the OS Computer
Operating system
Software
Gateway Secondary revision by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.87  
 3   1   TYPES OF OPERATING SYSTEM List the types of OS List and describe types of operating system PC's loaded with different operating systems, pupils book part 3, 4 Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.83-85  
 2-3     Describe:
Single program and multitasking OS
Draw a summary diagram of various operating system types PC's loaded with different operating systems, pupils book part 3, 4 Foundations of Computer Studies by Pepela Pg. 170  
 4  1     Describe:
Multi-user and single user operating system.
Draw a summary diagram of various operating system types Chart Foundations of Computer Studies by Pepela Pg.170  
2-3     Command line, menu driven and graphical user interface operating system Draw a summary diagram of various operating system types Chart Gateway Secondary revision by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.90-91  
5 1   HOW OPERATING SYSTEMS ORGANIZE INFORMATION State and explain factors that dictate file organization Identify features on windows desktop PC's loaded with any version of windows Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg. 89-94  
2-3     Describe files, folder and drivers
State Microsoft Windows
Identify features on windows desktop PC's loaded with any version of windows Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa 89-94  
6 1   MANAGING FILES AND FOLDERS Distinguish between folders and directory
Draw directory (folder) tree
Create folder in both graphical user interface and MS-DOS Flash cards Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.95-97  
2-3   MANAGING FILES AND FOLDERS Create new files and folders
Identify parts of an application window
  Flash cards Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.95-97  
 7  1     Save changes to a file
Rename files or folders
Copy, move, sort files and folders
Save changes to a file, rename files and folders Personal computer loaded with any version of windows Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.95-97  
2-3     Manipulate files and folders using shortcut menu, drag and drop, selecting multiple files and folders
Searching for files and folders
In groups of two, manipulate files and folders using shortcut menu, drag and drop.
Selecting multiple files and folders
Searching for files and folders
Personal computer loaded with any version of windows Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.90  
8 1   DISK MANAGEMENT USING WINDOWS Format disk 
Back-up data
Format disk
Back-up data
Personal computer loaded with any version of windows Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg. 106-113  
2-3     Scan problems related to a disk
Defragment a disk
Use scan disk to detect disk errors
Defragment a disk
Floppy diskette
Flash disk
Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg. 106-113  
9 1     Compress files within a disk
Scan a disk for virus
Compress a disk Floppy diskette
Flash disk
Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa  106-113  
2-3     Create/Restore back-up data
Create start-up disk
Partition disk
Partition a disk Un partition
Hard disk
Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg. 106-113  
10 1   INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURING AN OERATING SYSTEM Know installation requirements List installation requirements
Describe the listed installation requirements
Personal computer without an operating system Longhorn Secondary by S. Mburu and G. Chemwa Pg.114-117  
2-3     Install OS With the help of the teacher install the operating system Installation and start-up disk
Manufactures documentations
Foundations of Computer Studies by Pepela Pg. 170  
KIE, Foundation Music, Folk Music of Kenya, Music of Africa, Teacher's Repertoire and KNEC Music syllabus Form 1 Music Schemes of work Term 3 2020/2021
WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPI OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS
1 1-5 REPORTING TO SCHOOL AND CAT 1 EXAMS
2 1-2 THEORY Triads By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Name triads of a major scale
Discussion
Taking notes
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
3 HISTORY:
African
Role of rhythmic instruments  State the role of rhythmic instruments in an ensemble Discussion
Taking notes
Text books

Folk music of Kenya
Music of Africa
 
4-5 PRACTICALS African vocal Sing solo-response folk songs Singing Teacher's collection Teacher's repertoire  
3 1-2 THEORY Triads Construct primary triads without key signatures Construction if triads
Discussions
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
3 AURALS Melodies in simple time Write melodies played in simple time on the staff Writing melodies Cassette Teacher's repertoire  
4-5 HISTORY: Western Analysis Analyze music pieces Analyzing music Music scores Teacher's repertoire  
4 1-2 THEORY Rhythm: Time signature and bar lines Group notes accordingly to the time signature
Insert bar lines to given rhythms
Discussion Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
3 HISTORY:
African
Inter-relationships of members of the ensemble State the relationship of the instruments in an ensemble Discussion
Note making
Text books Folk music of Kenya
Music of Africa
 
4-5 AURALS Melodic intervals Describe intervals heard by ear Identify and describe intervals Piano
Cassette
Teacher's repertoire  
5 1-2 THEORY Construction of scales Construct scales with and without key signature Construction of scales Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
3 AURALS Melodic intervals Describe intervals heard by ear Describe intervals Cassette Teacher's repertoire  
4-5 HISTORY:
Western
Melodic and renaissance Compare and contrast medieval music and renaissance music Discussion
Taking notes
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
Music an Appreciation
 
6 1-2 THEORY: Rhythm Note values rests Identify note values and their correspondent rests Clapping
Discussion
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1

 
3 HISTORY:  African  Dances Perform dances form different communities in Kenya Singing
Dancing
Teacher's collection Teacher's repertoire  
4-5 THEORY Major scales Construct the scales of C and G Construct scales
Discussion
Note making
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
7 1-2 THEORY Scales of D and A major Construct the scales of D and A major. Construct scales
Discussion
Note making
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
3 HISTORY:  African  Dances   Perform dances from different communities in Kenya Singing
Dancing
Teacher's collection Teacher's repertoire  
4-5 THEORY Scales Construct the scales F, Bb and Eb with key signatures Construct scales
Note taking
Text books
Board
Foundation Music book 1
KIE Book 1
 
8   REVISION AND END OF TERM 3 EXAMINATIONS
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