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Seek information from teachers, friends or other people. Do own reading. Collect materials or specimens for research purposes. Carry out own research. 2. Honest and accurate in recording and validating data. Describe and record real observations. Record information objectively (not affected by feelings of illusions) Explain information rationally. Cite the sources of used information. 3. Flexible and open-minded. Accept o thers’ opinions . Agree tp cogent evidence. Be open-mided. 4. Diligent and persistent when carrying out a task. Preservere and determined. Ready to repeat experiments. Do the task wholeheartedly. Ready to accept critics and challanges. Strive to overcome problems and challenges. 5. Systematic, confident and ethical. Conduct activities orderly and timely. Arrange tools and materials in order. Optimistic about the task. Brave and ready to venture something new. Dare to defend something done. 6. Collaborate. Help friends and teachers. Carry out activities and experiments together. Selflessness. Fair and equitable.
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KSSM PHYSICS FORM 4 19 7. Be responsible for the safety of oneself, others, and the environment. T ake care of oneself and friends’ safety. Preserve and conserve the environment. 8. Compasionate. Love all living things. Be prudent and respectful. 9. Appreciate the contributions of science and technology. Use the creation of science and technology wisely. Utilise public facilities created by science and technology responsibly. 10. Thankful to God. Always be satisfied with the gift of God. Use the gift of God wisely. Be thankful to God. 11. Appreciate and practise clean and healthy living. Maintain cleanliness and good health. Always be conscious of personal hygiene and clean environment. 12. Realise that science as a means to understand nature. Express how science is used to solve problems. State the implications of using science to solve a problem or issue. Communicate through correct scientific language. The inculcation of scientific attitudes and noble values generally occurs through the following stages: Aware and understand the importance and the need of scientific attitudes and noble values. Focus on these attitudes and noble values. Internalise and practise these scientific attitudes and noble values. Sound lesson plan is required for effective inculcation of scientific attitudes and noble values during teaching and learning. Thus, before planning each lesson, teachers should examine the Learning Standard, including Performance Standard fto foster scientific attitudes and noble values in the lesson.
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KSSM PHYSICS FORM 4 20 21 st CENTURY SKILLS One of the aspirations in KSSM is to develop pupils with 21 st century skills, while focusing on thinking skills as well as life and career skills strongly rooted in noble values and practices. 21st century skills aim to prepare pupils with the characteristics specified in Table 7: Pupils’ Profile. These features enable them to
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  • Fall '18
  • DR. MOHAMAD MARZUQI BIN ABDUL RAHIM

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