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I.

Objective
At the end of the lesson the students may distinguish living and non-living things
The students should learn the importance of living things and non-living things
The students may draw an example of living and non-living things
II. Subject Matter
Compare living things and non-living things
Reference: google.com
Materials: Living and non-living things chart, pictures, tape
III. Procedure
Teachers Activity

Students Activity

Motivation

Good morning sir!


Yes I have

Good morning class!


Do you have any pets in your
house?
What is your pet?

We have a dog and cat

Does your pets moving?

Yes, they do

What motion do your pets do?

My pet is walking, running and


jumping

Do you feed them?

Yes, I do

What will happen if we do not


feed them?

They will die

Why do you think they move


and they should eat?

Because they are alive and they


need to eat to survive

Presentation
Class look at this chart, analyze and describe them
IV. Discussion/ Lesson Proper

Teachers Activity

Class what can you say about the chart?


Can you give me example of living things from
this chart?
Can you give me example of non-living things?
Living things can move, but non living things
cannot
Living things are capable of growth,
reproduction and death. for example if we feed
our pets they will grow, if the plants receive
sunlight and enough water they will grow. We
humans are living things, thats why we tend to
grow.
Animals and humans give birth while plants
reproduce through their seeds
How about pencil, chair, book do they give birth
or reproduce? Why?
Non-living things are non-motile, but living
things can move around
Does your chair, walk by itself? Does your
pencil, write by itsel? Why?
Living things respire; non-living things do not
respire
A living organism has the ability to respond and
adapt to the environment. Non-living organisms
do not respond or adapt
Does living and non-living things important to
us?
Every living thing is a part of the balance of life
on earth, for example snakes eat rats, and if there
is no snake rats will grow their population more
and more
Another example, earthworms help crops to
grow
Another example is plants and trees, they give us
food and it serves as a resource
Give me example of food that we get from
plants and trees
Also, we used trees by making chairs, tables,

Students Activity

Sir it shows a picture of


living and non-living things
Sir example is a dog
Sir example is a tree
Sir example is a clock
Sir example is a pencil

No, because they are nonliving things

Yes, they are important

Sir, we have vegetables,


fruits and rice

Yes

Sir, we ate meat of chicken,


pork, beef, fish and we ate

pencil, building houses and many more


How about animals? Do they give us food? Do
they give us resource?
Give me example of food that we get from
animals
Also, some of their skin used to make clothes
and shoes
Thats why we need to take care of them, respect
them and do not destroy or hurt them
How about the non-living things do they
important?
For example, table and chairs in the classroom
are used for studying
Your pencil and paper are used for writing
Give me other examples
Thats why we need to take care of them, give
them value and use it properly

eggs

Yes, they are important

Living things

Non-living things

Living things

V. Generalization

Living things are those things that move,


include ability to grow, respire, adapt to the
environment, reproduce and respond to the
environment in short, they are alive while
non-living things are those things that lack or
no longer displaying the capability
for growth, reproduction, respiration, metabo
lism, and movement. Non living-things dont
have the characteristics of life.

VI. Evaluation

Answer the following, choose living things


or non-living things for the right answer.
Answer only.
(living things, non-living things) are those
things that move, include ability to grow,
respire, adapt to the environment, reproduce
and respond to the environment.
(living things, non-living things) are those
things no longer displaying the capability for
growth, reproduction, respiration and

movement.
Elephants, zebras, cows, sheep, fir trees, oak
trees, sharks, whales, otters, rubber trees,
monkeys and humans are example of (living
things, non-living things)
Chair, table, buildings, ballpens, pencil and
houses are example of (living things, nonliving things)
Draw example of living things..

Non living things

Assignment
Give at least 5 ways on how you will care about living things and non-living things