Science Smart Level 4
Adopting the Inquiry Approach, Science SMART uses engaging visuals and presentation formats with well-crafted activities to arouse pupils’ curiosity about the world around them. This motivates pupils to learn, enabling them to better grasp key scientific concepts. At the same time, emphasis is given on developing pupils’ inquiry and process skills, critical thinking, as well as 21st Century skills.
Science SMART Level 4 comprises the following components:
- Textbook Level 4
- Workbook Level 4
- Teacher’s Guide Level 4 — Contains Scheme-of-Work, lesson plans, wraparound teacher’s notes for Textbook and Workbook, with additional information and tips on conducting and delivering effective Science lessons.
- Additional worksheets for consolidation, fun & games, and exam practice are available online for teachers.
Together with the SMART characters. Smarty, Min, Ari, Rita and Tom, Pupils will embark on a journey of discovery through each chapter.
- The Life Cycles of Animals - How do animals reproduce? What are the life cycles of some animals? Why do young grow up to look like their parents?
- Introducing Habitats - What is a habitat? What are the environmental factors of a habitat? What are some common habitats? What is an identification key?
- Heat and Temperature - What is heat? What is temperature? How does heat travel? What happens when an object gains or loses heat? What are good and poor conductors of heat?
- Solids, Liquids and Gases - What is matter? What is matter made of? What are solids, liquids and gases?
- States of Matter: Melting and Freezing - What happens when materials are heated or cooled? What are perminent and temporary changes? What happens when solids and liquids are cooled?
- Magnets: What is a magnet? What are the properties of magnets? How are magnets made? What are the uses of magnets?
- Sounds - What is sound? How do we hear? What is pitch of sound?