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TEACHER IN SERVICE
PROGRAMME
Sofian Azmi b Tajul Arus
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MALAYSIA
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MISSION
To develop
a world class quality education
system
which will realise
the full potential of the individual
and fulfill the aspirations
of the nation.
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National Education Philosophy
“Education in Malaysia is an on-going effort towards
further developing the potential of individuals
in a holistic and integrated manner, so as to produce
individuals who are intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and
physically balanced and harmonious, based on a firm belief in
and devotion to God. Such an effort is designed to produce
Malaysian citizens who are knowledgeable and competent,
who possess high moral standards, and who are well
responsible and capable of achieving high level of personal
well-being as well as being able to contribute to the harmony
and betterment of the family, the society and the nation at
large.” CENTRE
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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MALAYSIA
Development Thrusts In
The National Vision Policy
(2001 – 2010)
 Building a resilient nation
 Promoting an equitable society
 Sustaining economic growth
 Meeting global competition
 Developing a knowledge-based economy
 Strengthening human resource
development
 Pursuing environmentally sustainable
development
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LABOUR MARKET AND INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS
TO FULFILL THE NEEDS OF THE NATION
In-service
Training
LABOUR MARKET BASED ON
SERVICE, MULTI SKILLS,
HIGH TECHNOLOGY
AND GLOBAL-ORIENTED
INDUSTRIES
INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS:
-Highly knowledgeable and skilled
-Globally competitive
-IT literate
-Versatile and adaptable
-Strive for excellence
-Well- balanced intellectually, spiritually,
physically and emotionally
Life Long Learning
VISION
2020
ROLE OF THE CURRICULUM
• Develop the child fully
(intellectual, spiritual, emotional & physical)
• Inculcate and develop desirable moral values
• Transmit knowledge
• Create a united Malaysian citizen
• Produce trained manpower
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CURRICULUM CYCLE
NEEDS ANALYSIS
MONITORING
&
EVALUATION
PLANNING
DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
IMPLEMENTATION
DISSEMMINATION
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AIM OF SCIENCE
CURRICULUM
• Provide pupils with the knowledge and skills to
solve problems and make decisions in everyday
life guided by moral values
• Pursue further education in science and
technology
• Develop a concerned, dynamic and progressive
society which possesses a science and
technology culture, values nature and and works
towards the preservation and conservation of
the environment
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SUGGESTED CLASSROOM
PRACTICE
• Active T&L (hands-on)
• Utilising an inquiry-discovery approach that
integrates knowledge acquisition, acquisition
of science process skills, manipulative skills
and thinking skills
• Contextual learning
• Contructivism- building on prior knowledge
• Real-life situations
• Use of ICT
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PRE SCHOOL
EDUCATION
CURRICULUM
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THE LEARNING AREAS
• DEVELOPMENT OF CITIZENSHIP
• ISLAMIC EDUCATION / MORAL
EDUCATION
• USAGE OF NATIONAL LANGUAGE
• PRACTICE OF ENGLISH
• LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
• PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
• SOCIO-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
• COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
• AESTHETIC & CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT
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TIME ALLOCATION
PER DAY
Total
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210 minutes
Class Activities
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90 minutes
Group Activities
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60 minutes
Free Activities
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30 minutes
Break/Snack/Rest
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30 minutes
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PRIMARY SCHOOL
EDUCATION
CURRICULUM
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PRINCIPLES OF THE I.C.P.S
• EQUAL EDUCATION FOR ALL &
MASTERY OF 3R
• INTEGRATION OF INTELLECTUAL,
SPIRITUAL, EMOTIONAL &
PHYSICAL ASPECTS
• THE USE OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE
& SKILLS
• ENHANCING THE USE OF BAHASA
MELAYU & OTHER LANGUAGES
• EMPHASIS ON NOBLE VALUES
• LIFE LONG EDUCATION
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THE GENERAL STRUCTURE
OF I.C.P.S
AREAS
COMPONENTS
PHASE I
PHASE II
COMMUNIC ATION
Basic Skills
Bahasa Melayu,
English Language,
Chinese Language,
Tamil Language,
Mathemathics
Bahasa Melayu,
English Language,
Chinese Language,
Tamil Language,
Mathemathics
MAN AND HIS
ENVIRONMENT
Spirituality,
Values and Attitudes,
Humanities and
Environment
Islamic Education,
Moral Education
Islamic Education,
Moral Education,
Science *,
Local Studies *
SELF
DEVELOPMENT
Living Skills,
Art and Recreation,
Co-Curriculum
Music Education,
Art Education,
Physical and Health
Education
Living Skills,
Music Education,
Art Education,
Physical and Health
Education
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SECONDARY SCHOOL
EDUCATION
CURRICULUM
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PRINCIPLES OF I.C.S.S
• CONTINUITY BETWEEN PRIMARY &
SECONDARY EDUCATION
• GENERAL EDUCATION FOR ALL
STUDENTS
• INTEGRATION OF INTELLECTUAL,
SPIRITUAL, EMOTIONAL & PHYSICAL
ASPECTS
• THE USE OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE
AREAS / DISCIPLINE
• ENHANCING THE USE OF BAHASA
MELAYU
• EMPHASIS ON NOBLE VALUES
• LIFE LONG EDUCATION
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TRANSITION CLASS
THE AIMS OF TRANSITION CLASS – REMOVE CLASS:
• TO ENABLE STUDENTS TO MASTER AND
COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY IN BAHASA MELAYU
• TO NURTURE THE SPIRIT OF CITIZENSHIP
• TO INCULCATE THE VALUES OF MALAYSIAN SOCIETY
SO THAT THEY WILL BE ADEQUATELY EQUIPPED TO
FOLLOW SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION
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LIST OF SUBJECTS
FOR TRANSITION CLASS
•BAHASA MELAYU
•ENGLISH LANGUAGE
•CHINESE LANGUAGE
•TAMIL LANGUAGE
•PRACTICAL USE OF BAHASA MELAYU
•PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION
•ART EDUCATION
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LIST OF SUBJECTS
FOR LOWER SECONDARY
CORE
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BAHASA MELAYU
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ISLAMIC EDUCATION
MORAL EDUCATION
MATHEMATICS
SCIENCE
HISTORY
LIVING SKILLS
ART / MUSIC EDUCATION
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION
ADDITIONAL
CHINESE LANGUAGE
 TAMIL LANGUAGE
 ARABIC LANGUAGE
[COMMUNICATION]
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LIST OF SUBJECTS
FOR UPPER SECONDARY
CORE
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BAHASA MELAYU
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ISLAMIC EDUCATION
MORAL EDUCATION
MATHEMATICS
SCIENCE
HISTORY
PHYSICAL & HEALTH
EDUCATION
ADDITIONAL
CHINESE LANGUAGE
 TAMIL LANGUAGE
 ARABIC LANGUAGE
[COMMUNICATION]
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MORAL
VALUES
KINDNESS
SELF-RELIANCE
INTEGRITY
RESPECT
LOVE
JUSTICE
FREEDOM
COURAGE
MENTAL & PHYSICAL
CLEANLINESS
HONESTY
DILIGENCE
COOPERATION
MODERATION
GRATITUDE
RATIONALITY
PUBLIC SPIRITEDNESS
PATRIOTISM
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ASPECTS TAUGHT
ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
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DRUGS PREVENTION EDUCATION
FAMILY HEALTH EDUCATION
BAHASA MELAYU
MORAL VALUES EDUCATION
INTEGRATION OF SCIENCE ELEMENTS
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
CRITICAL & CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS
PARENTAL EDUCATION
ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION
FUTURES STUDIES
CONSUMERISM EDUCATION
STUDY SKILLS
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LIVING SKILLS SUBJECT : Lesson Mapping
CORE Learning Areas : 35 PERIODS @ 2 PPW
1. Design & Technology
1.1 Safety & Workshop Organization
a. Safety Rules & Regulation
b. Workshop Organization
1.2 Invention & Creativity
a. Creativity
b. Design study & product function
c. Problem Solving
d. Invention Project work
e. Documentation
1.3 Design & Project Work
a. Designing & carry out project work ( wood + non-metal recycle items )
b. Designing & carry out project work ( metal + recycle items )
1.4 Electric & Electronic
a. Electrical Project work
b. Electronic Project work
1.5 Maintenance & Repair Works
a. Maintenance on hand tools
b. Building Maintenance
c. Simple machine repair & maintenance
d. Maintenance & repair on furniture
1.6 Sewing
a. Clothes repair
b. Producing article
1.7 Decorative Plants
a. Introduction
b. Seeds preparations
c. planting
d. Nursing
1.8 Fish Raring
a. Introduction
b. Container Preparations
c. Management
1.9 Vegetable planting
a. Site preparation
b. Planting & nursing
c. Harvesting
Y4
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Y5
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Y6
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LIVING SKILLS SUBJECT : Lesson Mapping
CORE Learning Areas : 35 PERIODS @ 2 PPW
2. BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
2.1 Sales products
a. Target group
b. Suitability of products for sale
c. Supply
2.2 Sales Planning and Preparations
a. Sales planning
b. Preparation of sales products
2.3 Sales Promotions
a. Packaging
b. Posters
c. Cataloging
2.4 Managing sales
a. Entertain customers
b. Getting purchase orders
c. Products arrangements
2.5 Sales Record
a. Product record
b. Income and Expenditure Record
c. Calculate Loss and Profit
2.6 Managing Personal Expenditure
a. Record income and expenses
b. Budget Planning
2.7 Business Risk
a. Risk and minimize risk
2.8 Consumer Ethics
a. Getting Product info
b. Business Ethics and Consumer Rights
Y4
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Y5
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Y6
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LIVING SKILLS SUBJECT : Lesson Mapping
CORE Learning Areas : 64 PERIODS @ 3 PPW
1. Design & Technology
1.1 Safety & Workshop Organization
a. Workshop Organization, Safety Rules & Regulation
1.2 Invention
a. Defining problem
b. Idea generation & options
c. Project design
d. Design options & selections
e. Project development planning
f. Project Construction, Testing & Modification
g. Documentation
1.3 Design & Project Work
a. Introduction Design & Technology
b. Design factors
c. Types of materials
d. Tools and machines
e. Process
f. Project Design
1.4 Electric
a. Electrical usage and sources
b. Types of wire & wiring
c. Calculate the cost of electrical energy
d. Introduction to direct current motor
1.5 Electronic
a. Component name, symbol and functions
b. Reading and interpreting schematic drawing
c. Project work
1.6 Piping
a. Introduction to household water system
b. Types, connectors and piping materials
c. Types & piping equipments/tools
d. Maintenance work
1.7 Technical Drawing
a. Technical drawing apparatus
b. Types of line
c. Orthographic drawing
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F2
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F3
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LIVING SKILLS SUBJECT : Lesson Mapping
CORE Learning Areas : 64 PERIODS @ 3 PPW
1.8 Sewing
a. Sewing machine
b. Article production
1.9 Cooking
a. Preparation of menu
b. Food Preparation and catering
c. Ethics
1.10 Living premises
a. Living space
b. Comfort
c. Maintenance
d. Arrangement of equipments and appliances
1.11 Decorative Plants
a. Planting
b. Nursing plants
c. Vase replacement
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F3
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ELECTIVES : 56 PERIODS
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TECHNICAL SKILLS
HOME ECONOMY
AGRICULTURE
BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
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