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DAILY LESSON PLAN

Name: JOFEL TARUC UNDAY Grade/Year Level: Grade 11


Learning Area: Physical Science Quarter: Module No.
1st _________
Competency:
1.The learners use simple collision theory to explain the effects of concentration,
temperature, and particle size on the rate of reaction S11/12PS-IIIf-23
Lesson No. __________ Duration (minutes / hours): Date: February 2,
60 mins. 2017
Content Rate of reaction and collision theory
Content Standard 1.the following aspects of chemical changes:
a.how fast a reaction takes place

Performance Standard make either a poster, a flyer, or a brochure on a product(such as


fuels, household, or personal care products) indicating its uses,
properties, mode of action, and precautions
Resources Needed Powerpoint presentation and slides, basin, 3 glasses, coffee
creamer, and ice.
Methodology
Activating prior knowledge/ Recitation
Motivation/Introductory Questions:
Activity
1. What comes into your mind when you hear the word
collision?
2. What are the components of a solution? Give an example.
Acquiring new knowledge Discussion
-the teacher discusses collision theory and rate of reaction
using power point presentation and video clips.
Guide question:
1. What is collision theory?
2. What is rate of reaction?
3. What are the factors influencing effective collision?
4. How factors such as concentration, surface area,
temperature, and catalysts influence the speed of reaction?
Application/analysis/abstractio Predict-observe-explain
n Guide questions:
Assessment
1. If I will pour the water (hot, cold, and at room temperature)
on the 3 glasses and add 1 spoon
of coffee creamer in each without stirring, which among the
three will have the fastest reaction?
2. What could be the factors affecting the speed of reaction in
each glass?

Experiment:
-Pour water (hot, cold, and at room temperature) in the 3
glasses. Add a tablespoon of coffee creamer in each glass
(should be done at the same time). Using a timer measure the
speed of color change in each glass.

After the experiment ask the students to answer the following


questions on a 1 half sheet of paper:
1. Is your prediction correct? Why yes/no?
2. Explain why there are differences in the rate of
reactions of the 3 solutions.

Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

JOFEL TARUC UNDAY LUCILA B. GAMMAD ARTEMIO C. TE


SHS TEACHER Master Teacher Secondary School Principal
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