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Mary the Queen College

Of
Quezon City
Padernal, Mark Buddy E.
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education
Time: 11:30 2:30 Tuesday
Biology (nat sci 2)

Semi Detailed Lesson Plan

I.

Objectives
At the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
a. Know basic chemistry in biological science
b. Realize the importance of chemistry in the daily life
c. Become aware and open minded

II.

Subject matter
Title: Chapter 2 Some Basic Chemistry
Reference: keeton, William T. Elements of Biological Science

III.

Materials
Visual Aid
Matter, mass, and weight (student, pen and marker)
Physical properties (metal, coin, pebbles, marble, wire, water)
Chemical properties (match, rust, baking powder, vinegar, student)

IV.

Lesson Proper/ Procedure


Teachers Activity

4.

3.
Atom
1.
Teachers
Activity
Chemical Properties
The basic building block of matter
Are those properties that can be observed
only
Greetings
2. Teachers Activity
- extremely small
when the substances undergoes a change in
- from Greek word means
Prayer
composition
indivisible
-What
When
adding
acid
- have sub atomic particles
is Biology?
Weight
Checking of
- Combustibility
- when atom joined together they are
Referswhen
to theburn
gravitational attraction exerted
by a
attendance
- Change in colour
molecule
Who-invented
microscope?
body of matter on an object - ex. H20 hydrogen is an atom and
Ex. Sodium-large
yellow
Review
- Potassium- violet
- more mass
of an object has the more
oxygen is an atom also
Before
we
proceed,
GiveChemical
some branches
of Biology?
every atom has the same number of
changes
gravitational force exerted
let us
recall
thethe object masselectron and proton so it cant run
- changes
depends
on
- We can notice the
inpartly
chemical
things
you
have
away
you are in
when we see: - can be change depending on where
nucleus
learned
last
meeting
the universe
- Gas formation
the tiny central part of an atom
Colour
changes
Now lets start our circle tine, to start our new
- contain proton and neutron
- Ex.day
Rust in metal (oxidation)Properties of matter
neutron
- Rocket ship
- digestion
- 0 or neutral or no charge
Motivation Q. what are the 2 properties of matter?- + 1 is neutralize by -1 = 0
Proton
Physical states of matter
Word pool I will choose one of the student to stand
answer
- up
theand
positive
charge
the
question?
Electron
V.
Q. what are the 4 known states of matter?
Encircle the word that you see in the board
- negative charge
- very tiny
Physical properties
Solid
- 500 meters away from neutron or
PresentationCan be observed without changing the substances.
equal to 10x soccer field
Have definite shape and volume
- 84 out of 109 known element are metallic
- 28 or is non metal
Matter
Ad. Non-matter or Energy

Gas
What comes in your mind when you heard the
Light
neither have definite
shape nor definite volume
word matter?Q. Give some example of metals? x-rays

heat are energy that we also need to survive

Liquid
- All metals except mercury Chemical
is solid and
has room
Bond
Have definite volume but no
definite
shape
temperature
- Is an attraction between atom that
Matter is everything or anything that occupies
- Malleable
allows the formation of chemical
space and has a mass..meaning to say
Plasma
- Good conductor of heat
substances that contain 2 or more.
everything that you think is made up of matter.
Strong
Mixture of sub atomic -particles
nuclei and
There are 3 kind of chemical bonding
Physical Changes
1. Ionic bond involves the transfer of
electrons
Mass
electrons from one another to
Change
in
size
and
shape
- the 99% of the observable universe
Refers to the quantity of matter in
anybody
- Mixing of two different ex. Salad another so the atoms either losses or
- Amount of matter in anWater
objectchange in ice liquid -vapour
gain electrons.
Q. which of the states of matter that has the
- Always constant wherever you are in
2. Covalent bond sharing of electron
ability to do the other kind of matter except the
3. Hydrogen bond it forms only
the universe
plasma?
- Unit of mass is called grams/kgms
between a few electronegative atoms
like oxygen, fluorine and nitrogen.

Generalization
Matter is anything that occupies space and has a mass.
Mass is the amount of matter in an object.

Weight is the gravitational attraction exerted by a body of matter in an object.


There are two properties of matter, the physical and the chemical properties.
There are four known states of matter the solid, liquid, gas and plasma.
The basic building block of matter is called atom.
There are four parts of atom the nucleus, proton, neutron and the electron.
The three kinds of chemical bonding are the ionic bond, covalent bond and the
hydrogen bond.
VI.

Evaluation

1. Anything that occupies space and has a


mass.
a. Weight
b. Mass
c. Volume
d. matter
2. Refers to the quantity of matter in any
body.
a. Weight
b. Mass
c. Volume
d. matter
3. Refers to the force of an object due to
gravity.
a. Weight
b. Mass
c. Volume
d. matter
4. can be observed without changing the
substance into some new kind of matter
a. nucleus
b. physical properties
c. chemical properties
d. atom
5. can be observed only when substances
undergoes a change in composition
a. nucleus
b. physical properties
c. chemical properties
d. atom

6. substances that neither have definite shape nor


volume
a. liquid
b. solid
c. gas
d. plasma
7. substances that have no definite shape but
have definite volume
a. liquid
b. solid
c. gas
d. plasma
8. the 99% of our observable universe
a. liquid
b. solid
c. gas
d. plasma
9. it involves the sharing of electron
a. ionic bond
b. covalent bond
c. hydrogen bond
d. electrovalence
10. involves the transfer of electron from one
atom to another atom to lose or gain electron
a. ionic bond
b. covalent bond
c. hydrogen bond
d. covalence