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Grades 1-12 School Grade Level

Grades 1-12

School

 

Grade Level

 

Daily Lesson Log

Teacher

 

Learning Area

 

(Pang-araw-araw

Teaching Dates and Time

Week 1

Quarter

1st

na Pagtuturo)

Day 1

   

Monday

  • I. OBJECTIVES

Identify some properties of materials they used at home

A .Content Standards

 

The learners demonstrate understanding of properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful

B .Performance Standards

 

The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/or liquid materials in making useful products

 
  • C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives

 

S5MT-Ia-b-1

Write the LC code for each

II. CONTENT

Matter

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 

glass, rock, metal spoon, paper clip, rubber band, copper wire aluminum bottle cap

 
  • 1. References

k-12 TG, Lesson 1

  • 2. Learner’s Materials pages

 

K-12 LM, Lesson 1

  • 3. Textbook pages

 

4Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 
  • B. Other Learning Resources

   

IV. PROCEDURES

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson

What are the kinds of matter?

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

 

What is solid? liquid? gas?

  • C. Presenting examples / instances of the new lesson

Show pictures of everyday items used at home and ask the children what material each one is made from.

 
  • D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1

Explain the elasticity and brittleness are two of the physical properties of matter.

 
  • E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2

Give the meaning of elasticity and brittleness.

  • F. Developing Mastery

 

What can you say about the materials used to make those products?

 

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

Why you can stretch the rubber band but not the stick?

  • G. Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living

Why the sticks break but not the rubber band?

  • H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson

What is elasticity and brittleness?

 

What are the characteristics of these objects:

  • 1. Glass

  • 2. Rubberband

  • I. Evaluating learning

 
  • 3. Window panes

 
  • 4. balloon

  • J. Additional activities for application or remediation

Name 5 materials found in your community and write their physical properties.

 
  • V. REMARKS

 

VI. REFLECTION

 
   
  • A. No. of learners who earned 80% on this formative assessment

________________________

________________________

  • B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation

 
  • C. Did the remedial lessons work?

 

________________________

No. of learners who have caught up the lesson

________________________

_______________________

______________________

  • D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation

 
  • E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work?

________________________

________________________

  • F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor help me solve?

 
  • G. What innovation or localized materials did I used/discover which I wish to share with

 

other teacher?

Grades 1-12 Daily Lesson Log (Pang-araw-araw

Grades 1-12

Daily Lesson Log

(Pang-araw-araw

 

School

 

Grade Level

 
 

Teacher

 

Learning Area

 
 

Teaching Dates and Time

Week 1

Quarter

1st

 

na Pagtuturo)

 

Day 2

   

Tuesday

  • I. OBJECTIVES

 

Identify some properties of materials they used at home

 

A .Content Standards

 

The learners demonstrate understanding of properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful

 

B .Performance Standards

 

The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/or liquid materials in making useful products

 
  • C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives

 

S5MT-Ia-b-1

 

Write the LC code for each

II. CONTENT

 

Matter

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 

glass, rock, metal spoon, paper clip, rubber band, copper wire aluminum bottle cap

 
  • 1. References

 

k-12 TG, Lesson 1

  • 2. Learner’s Materials pages

 

K-12 LM, Lesson 1

  • 3. Textbook pages

   

4Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

IV. PROCEDURES

   

A.

Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the

What is elasticity and brittleness?

new lesson

 

B.

Establishing a purpose for the lesson

What are the physical properties of matter?

C.

Presenting examples / instances of the new

If we press the rock, what can we feel?

 

lesson

If we put the metal spoon on the socket, will the electricity pass through?

D.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new

Explain what is hardness and conductivity.

skills #1

E.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new

Give the meaning of hardness and conductivity

skills #2

F.

Developing Mastery

What can you say about the materials used to make those products?

 

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

   

G.

Finding practical application of concepts and

What materials in your list having the property of hardness and conductivity?

 

skills in daily living

   

H.

Making generalizations and abstractions about

What is hardness? What is conductivity?

the lesson

 
 

What are the characteristics of these objects?

  • 1. Rocks

I.

Evaluating learning

  • 2. Spoon

  • 3. Tie wire

 
  • 4. Bricks

Additional activities for application or remediation

J.

List down 5 materials having property of hardness and 5 for conductivity.

V.

REMARKS

 

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% on this

 

formative assessment

________________________

________________________

B.

No. of learners who require additional activities

 

for remediation

C.

Did the remedial lessons work?

 
 

________________________

No. of learners who have caught up the lesson

________________________

_______________________

______________________

D.

No. of learners who continue to require

 

remediation

E.

Which of my teaching strategies worked well?

 

Why did these work?

________________________

________________________

F.

What difficulties did I encounter which my

 

principal or supervisor help me solve?

G.

What innovation or localized materials did I

 

used/discover which I wish to share with other

 

teacher?

Grades 1-12 Daily Lesson Log (Pang-araw-araw

Grades 1-12

Daily Lesson Log

(Pang-araw-araw

 

School

 

Grade Level

 
 

Teacher

 

Learning Area

 
 

Teaching Dates and Time

Week 1

Quarter

1st

na Pagtuturo)

 

Day 3

   

Wednesday

  • I. OBJECTIVES

 

Identify some properties of materials they used at home

 

A .Content Standards

 

The learners demonstrate understanding of properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful

 

B .Performance Standards

 

The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/or liquid materials in making useful products

 
  • C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives

 

S5MT-Ia-b-1

 

Write the LC code for each

II. CONTENT

 

Matter

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 

glass, rock, metal spoon, paper clip, rubber band, copper wire aluminum bottle cap

 
  • 1. References

 

k-12 TG, Lesson 1

  • 2. Learner’s Materials pages

 

K-12 LM, Lesson 1

  • 3. Textbook pages

   

4Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

IV. PROCEDURES

   

A.

Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the

What is hardness and conductivity?

new lesson

 

B.

Establishing a purpose for the lesson

What are the physical properties of matter?

 

Straighten the paper clip then bend it to the different directions. Does it break? (No). Some metals and plastics are flexible. What physical

 

C.

Presenting examples / instances of the new

property is shown? ( flexibility )

lesson

Pound the bottle cap using a hammer until it flattened. Aluminum is malleable that hammered into flat sheet. What physical property is shown? ( malleability ).

D.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new

Explain what is flexibility and malleability.

skills #1

E.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new

What is flexibility and malleability?

skills #2

F.

Developing Mastery

What can you say about the materials used to make those products?

 

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

   

G.

Finding practical application of concepts and

What materials in your list are flexible and malleable?

 

skills in daily living

   

H.

Making generalizations and abstractions about

What is flexibility and malleability?

the lesson

 
 

What are the characteristics of the following materials?

  • 1. Paper clip

I.

Evaluating learning

  • 2. Bottle cap

 
  • 3. Tin can

  • 4. Metal spoon

Additional activities for application or remediation

J.

List down 5 materials having property of flexibility and 5 for malleability.

V.

REMARKS

 

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% on this

 

formative assessment

________________________

________________________

B.

No. of learners who require additional activities

 

for remediation

C.

Did the remedial lessons work?

 
 

________________________

No. of learners who have caught up the lesson

________________________

_______________________

______________________

D.

No. of learners who continue to require

 

remediation

E.

Which of my teaching strategies worked well?

 

Why did these work?

________________________

________________________

F.

What difficulties did I encounter which my

 

principal or supervisor help me solve?

G.

What innovation or localized materials did I

 

used/discover which I wish to share with other

 

teacher?

Grades 1-12 Daily Lesson Log (Pang-araw-araw na Pagtuturo) School Teacher Teaching Dates and Time Grade Level
Grades 1-12
Daily Lesson Log
(Pang-araw-araw
na Pagtuturo)
School
Teacher
Teaching Dates and Time
Grade Level
Learning Area
Week 1
Quarter
1st
Day 4
Thursday
I.
OBJECTIVES
Identify the chemical properties of matter.
A .Content Standards
B .Performance Standards
The learners demonstrate understanding of properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful
The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/or liquid materials in making useful products
C.
Learning Competencies/
Objectives
S5MT-Ia-b-1
Write the LC code for each
II. CONTENT
Matter
dried leaves, plastic, metal spoon, small piece of wood,
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
steel wool, rubber band, styrofoam, cloth, nail, apple, alcohol
1.
References
2.
Learner’s Materials pages
k-12 TG, Lesson 1
K-12 LM, Lesson 1
3.
Textbook pages
4Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal
B.
Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
Review about the physical properties of matter.
A.
Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson
Show a paper and a leaf. Which will burn easily?
B.
Establishing a purpose for the lesson
Show a plastic and a banana. Which will decay easily?
C.
Presenting examples / instances of the new lesson
Give other examples of materials that will burn easily, decay easily.
D.
Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1
Let us guess the hidden word.
What letter comes before the following?
___
D
P
___
N
C
___
V
T
___
U
___
J
___ ___
C
J
M
E.
Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2
___
J
___
U
___
Z
Write the word that you have formed.
F.
Developing Mastery
Divide the class into four groups.
(Leads to Formative Assessment)
G.
Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living
Ask each group to present the results of their activity
H.
Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson
What are the chemical properties of matter?
I.
Evaluating learning
What are the materials that burn easily?
 

(These materials have the ability to burn to ignite or catch

fire easily.)

What are the materials that decay easily?

(These materials have the ability to decompose or decay through

the action of bacteria and other living organisms.

What are the materials that rust easily?

(These materials have the ability to change in the composition like

color and form.)

  • J. Additional activities for application or remediation

Describe the chemical properties of matter.

V.

REMARKS

 
 

VI. REFLECTION

 
  • A. No. of learners who earned 80% on this formative assessment

________________________

________________________

  • B. No. of learners who require additional activities for

 
 

remediation

  • C. Did the remedial lessons work?

 

________________________

No. of learners who have caught up the lesson

________________________

_______________________

______________________

  • D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation

 
  • E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these

 
 

work?

 

________________________

________________________

  • F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or

 

supervisor help me solve?

  • G. What innovation or localized materials did I used/discover

 

which I wish to share with other teacher?

Grades 1-12 School Grade Level

Grades 1-12

 

School

 

Grade Level

 

Daily Lesson Log

 

Teacher

 

Learning Area

 

(Pang-araw-araw

 

Teaching Dates and Time

Week 1

Quarter

 

na Pagtuturo)

 

Day 5

   

Friday

  • I. OBJECTIVES

Identify the chemical properties of matter.

 

A .Content Standards

 

The learners demonstrate understanding of properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful

 

B .Performance Standards

 

The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/or liquid materials in making useful products

 
  • C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives

 

S5MT-Ia-b-1

Write the LC code for each

II. CONTENT

Matter

 

dried leaves, plastic, metal spoon, small piece of wood,

 

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 

steel wool, rubber band, styrofoam, cloth, nail, apple, alcohol

  • 1. References

k-12 TG, Lesson 1

  • 2. Learner’s Materials pages

 

K-12 LM, Lesson 1

  • 3. Textbook pages

 

4Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 
  • B. Other Learning Resources

   

IV. PROCEDURES

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson

What are the chemical properties of matter?”

 
  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

 

Show a paper and a leaf. Which will burn easily?

 
  • C. Presenting examples / instances of the new lesson

Show a plastic and a banana. Which will decay easily?

 
  • D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1

Give other examples of materials that will burn easily, decay easily.

 
  • E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2

Enumerate the chemical properties of matter.

 
  • F. Developing Mastery

 

Divide the class into four groups.

 

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

 
  • G. Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living

Ask each group to present the results of their activity

 
  • H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson

What are the chemical properties of matter?

 
 

Encircle the letter of the best answer.

 

Which of the following is the ability of the material to easily?

decompose?

  • I. Evaluating learning

 

Combustibility

c. Reactivity

 

Biodegradability

d. Flammab6ility

Which will catch fire easily?

Cloth

c. Paper

 

Wood

d. Vegetable peelings

A rusty nail is an example of ____________.

Combustibility

c. Biodegradability

Flammability

d. Reactivity

Give other examples (materials) of chemical properties of matter. ( 5 )

  • J. Additional activities for application or remediation

 

Describe the chemical properties of matter.

V.

REMARKS

 
 

VI. REFLECTION

 
  • A. No. of learners who earned 80% on this formative assessment

 
  • B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation

 
  • C. Did the remedial lessons work?

 

No. of learners who have caught up the lesson

  • D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation

 
  • E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work?

________________________

________________________

  • F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor help

 
 

me solve?

  • G. What innovation or localized materials did I used/discover which I

 

wish to share with other teacher?