S. 1Bridging Course Materials
9:30–10:20 10:40–11:30 9:30–10:20 10:40-11:30 9:30-10:20 10:40-11:30
Room: 212, 213, 215 – please go to New Wing Building
Room: 301, 401, 402, 403, 501 – please go to Old Wing Building
Day 1 (16/07/2008)
1. Tenses and Imperatives
1.1 Below is a popup menu on a computer screen.
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Find the sentence structures that are common in steps 1 to 4 in above box?
They are imperatives.
The following are further examples taken from S. 1 Integrated Science textbook.
1. State two characteristics of living things common to bamboo and panda.
2. State three differences between cells of plant and animal.
3. Suggest one advantage and two disadvantages in using fossil fuel to generate electricity.
4. Name two requirements for generating hydroelectricity.
Look up a dictionary for the meanings of the underlined words.
1.2 Group activity Complete the last column and report your work as instructed by teacher.
(commonly used to give instructions, no subject needed)
Example: Listen to the weather broadcast.
Why your work differs considerably from those shown on p. 2 of the Course book.
2. Apparatus and equipment: (1) name diagram matching, (2) spelling
2.1 Apparatus: Course book – pages 14, 16
Put the labels to the displayed apparatus.
Day 2 (17/07/2008)
3. Subject verb agreement
For third person, singular and present tense,
1. She turns on her radio. 2. He walks to school everyday.
3. Water boils at 100℃. 4. John does experiments in the integrated
science laboratory. 5. She washes her hands after doing
experiments. 6. She checks her handbook at the end of a
Construct five simple sentences using the following subjects and verbs. Underline the complete subject in each
3.2 Design a simple experiment - Revision on Day 1
a. You are given an experiment title and an apparatus list as shown below.
b. Write steps of the experiment using imperatives (e.g. Mix solution A and solution B).
Title: Pr epare a coloured solution and observe its colour with or without filters.
Apparatus: beaker, glass rod, a watch glass containing some blue powder, red, blue, yellow, filters
Write down the steps of your work (verbs given: pour, add, stir, observe, or use other suitable
Write down the colour of the solution as observed without and with filters.
Colour of solution
4. Interrogatives (words used in asking questions): May, Can, How, Where, When, What, Which, Who, Would,
Practice - Answer the following questions. You may refer to the terms on your Course Book or look up a
Which of the following procedures requires us to put on a pair of safety goggles in the laboratory?
Transferring a salt solution from a reagent bottle to a beaker.
When something gets into the eye of a student during an experiment, he/she should
wash his/her eye with the eye-wash bottle.
put on a pair of safety goggles to protect his/her eye.
What is the use of the following piece of apparatus?
Class Practice: Construct 5 questions using the context on pages 10, 14 and 16
e.g 1. Can you show me how a fire extinguisher works?
2. What should I do if I have a cut on my hand?
Worksheet: Construct questions for given answers on the right side. (10)
3. You may start your experiment now. 4. You can take the test tubes from the
7. This blue solid is called copper (II)
4.4 Lesson preparation: laboratory language for drama
Day 3 (18/07/2008)
5.1 Period 1: Group preparation
5.2 Period 2: 4 -minute drama in one of the following topics using laboratory language supplemented with
a. An accident (e.g. fire, chemical spill.) in the laboratory
b. A science visit (e.g. Science museum, Space museum, Wetland park or anywhere outside Hong Kong…)
d. A scientific experiment done by one of the scientists (Alexander Bell – the telephone inventor; Thomas
Edison – made the first light bulb; Alexander Fleming – discovered penicillin to kill bacteria.
Core: A maximum of 6 marks for completing p.8 of course textbook
Extension: A maximum of 4 marks for writing a story of about 100 words on a
single line paper explaining what you think science is. Stick the paper on p. 9 of
the Course Book.
Hand in the exercise to your science teacher in the first science lesson.
Don’t forget to write down your personal information on the front cover of the
Have a great summer holiday.
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