# CLASS 7 WEEK 2

```The City School
Daily Lesson Plan
Date: 21st Aug’23 to 25th Aug’23
Subject: Science
Class:7T
Duration: 35Mins
Week: 2nd
Term: I
Topic: Diagnostic test
 Learning Objective:
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to:
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Diagnostic test will be taken.
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Learning outcomes:
Starter Activity:
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Learning Activity:
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Plenary:
Assessment Opportunities: feedback from students.
Homework: Do complete the table pasted in copy.
 Lesson Evaluation:
The City School
Daily Lesson Plan
Date: 21st Aug’23 to 25th Aug’23
Subject: Science
Class:7T
Duration: 35Mins
Week: 2nd
Term: I
Topic: Mixtures and Impurities
Sub – Topic: Modelling purity, pressure in gases.
 Learning Objective:
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to:
 Describe that purity is a way to describe how much of a specific chemical is in a
mixture.
 Learning outcomes: Describe if a substance is made from atoms of just one
kind of elements or just one type of compound, then it is a pure substance.
 Starter Activity: (5mins)
Teacher will begin the lesson with a question to engage students' prior
knowledge and introduce the topic. For example, teacher will ask: &quot;Have
you ever heard the term 'purity' in relation to chemicals? What do you
think it means?&quot;
Allow students a few minutes to discuss their thoughts with a partner or in
small groups.
Afterward, teacher will bring the class back together and invite a few
students to share their response.
 Learning Activity: (20 mins)
GROUP ACTIVITY:
Teacher will divide the students in group and Explain that in this activity,
we will conduct a simple experiment to understand the concept of purity in
chemical mixtures.
Every group is Provided with a mixture of colored beads or candies (e.g.,
red, green, blue, and yellow).
Instruct students to separate the colors and record the number of each
color they find.
Afterward, have students compare their results and discuss why some
groups might have found more of a specific color than others.
Teacher will Guide a class discussion to help students realize that the more
a particular color they found, the less pure the mixture was in terms of that
color
 Plenary: (10 mins)
Provide scenarios involving different chemical mixtures and ask students to
determine which mixture is likely to be purer and explain their reasoning.
For example: &quot;Imagine you have two cups of water. In one cup, you dissolve 3
tablespoons of salt, and in the other cup, you dissolve 1 tablespoon of salt.
Which cup contains a purer saltwater mixture?&quot;
Teacher will Allow students to share their answers and explanations, fostering
class discussion and critical thinking.
At the end teacher will Summarize the key points of the lesson: that purity refers
to how much of a specific substance is present in a mixture and that less
impurities indicate higher purity.
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Assessment Opportunities: feedback from students.
Homework:
 Lesson Evaluation:
The City School
Daily Lesson Plan
Date: 21st Aug’23 to 25th Aug’23
Subject: Science
Class:7T
Duration: 35Mins
Week: 2nd
Term: I
Topic: Mixtures and Impurities
Sub – Topic: Modelling purity, pressure in gases.
 Learning Objective:
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to:
 Use particle theory to explain pressure in gases and liquids
Learning outcomes: Describe the particle model of matter and how gases
exert pressure.
 Starter Activity: (10 mins)
Brainstorming will be done by asking different question from learners that
what do you know about pressure?
How the gases are behaving ?
What’s the formula of pressure?
 Learning Activity: (15 mins)
Teacher will bring one balloon and blow air infront of learners and will ask
from them why it’s size become greater? If the air inside it increases it will brust
why?
Learners feedback will be taken and lesson objective will be shared.
A video will be shown to learners in which particle theory to explain pressure in gases
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and liquids is given.( https://youtu.be/NzKAJWTmlwg )
Teacher will pause the video at different intervals to get the feedback from learners.
Plenary: (10 mins)
Students will be asked to do pg# 62 and 63 in workbook.
 Assessment Opportunities: feedback from students.
 Homework: Do century nuggets of given code.
 Lesson Evaluation:
The City School
Daily Lesson Plan
Date: 21st Aug’23 to 25th Aug’23
Subject: Science
Class:7T
Duration: 35Mins
Week: 2ND
Term: I
Topic: Mixtures and Impurities
Sub – Topic: Modelling purity, pressure in gases.
 Learning Objective:
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to:
 Calculate the purity of a given sample.
 Learning outcomes: Calculate the purity of a given sample.
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Starter Activity: (10 mins)
Brainstorming will be done by asking frequent questions like
“what do you know about the purity of substance
After getting their responses teacher will share the learning objective.
Learning Activity: (15 mins)
Teacher will ask from learners that if you are having the sample of known quantity
and your task is to calculate the purity. How could you calculate?
After getting the feedback from learners teacher will share the formula and way of
finding the % purity.
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Plenary: (10 mins)
Students will be provided by a question bank (having questions related to % purity)
Teacher will observe all the students and guide whenever they needed.
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Assessment Opportunities: In starter and plenary by getting feedback from
students.
 Homework: do the answers of the pasted questions in copy.
 Lesson Evaluation:
The City School
Daily Lesson Plan
Date: 21st Aug’23 to 25th Aug’23
Subject: Science
Class:7T
Duration: 35Mins
Week: 2nd
Term: I
Topic: Mixtures and Impurities
Sub – Topic: Modelling purity, pressure in gases.
 Learning Objective:
By the end of the lesson learners will be able to:
 Describe the diffusion of gases and liquids as the intermingling of substances by
the movement of particles.
 Learning outcomes: Define diffusion as the movement of particles from an
area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
 Starter Activity: (5 mins)
Teacher will spray the perfume in one corner of room and let the learner to
smell it.
And teacher will ask from learners how did you smell this?
Their feedback will be taken and teacher will share the learning objective.
 Learning Activity: (20 mins)
After getting response teacher will ask learner to draw a diagram
representing particles in a gas before and after a new substance diffuses
around the space. Ensure learners use different colors for the substance that were
already present and the new substance.
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Plenary: (10 mins)
Teacher will assign learners to do workbook pg# 66 Q# 13 and 14
 Assessment Opportunities: feedback from students.
 Homework: Do the answers of given questions.
 Lesson Evaluation:
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