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Content with 5Cs DepEd Learning Competencies Skills Activity Assessment (Evaluation)

i. GAS IT UP!

A. Properties of Gases: The


Kinetic-Molecular Theory - Investigate the relationship A1. Describe in writing the Answer Worksheets on A1 & B1, B2. FOR 15-Item
between: general properties of gases
Conversion of Temperature, Quiz on The Properties of
B. Gas Laws: Volume and B1. Explain in writing the
Pressure, Volume and Mole Gases/The Kinetic Molecular
a1.Grahams Law of Effusion pressure at constant different laws of gases using Theory
a2.Boyles Law, Charless Law, temperature of gas; the kinetic molecular theory
Gay-Lussacs Law (Volume, Volume and Answer Self-Check (page B4. FOR/SUM Lab. Act.45:
Pressure, & Temperature temperature at B2. Analyze kinesthetically 337) Under Pressure, Lab. Act. 46:
Relationship) constant pressure of the relationship of the given Floating Candles
a3. Daltons Law of Partial gas; properties of gases with
Pressures Explain these each other (Activity: Answer Practice Exercise B5. SUM Performance Task:
a4. Avogadros Law relationships using Learning Stations) 16.2, 16.3, 16.4, 16.5, 16.6, Poster Making (Application of
the kinetic molecular
a5. Ideal Gas Law 16.7 (pages 383-390) Gas Laws)
theory B3. Explain orally and in
writing Daltons law of
(Evaluation: Rubric)
partial pressures to a
mixture of gases
Perform Learning Stations A-B4. FOR Test Yourself
B4. Support orally and in Activity (Volume, pressure, (pages 395-397)
writing the relationship of and temperature
the properties of gases relationship)
(C3-Committed to leading , Lab Act. 45 (Under
serving, and working with Pressure) A1-B5 SUM LONG TEST 1: (A-
Lab Act. 46 (Floating
others, C4- Constantly Works B)
Candles)
Towards Excellence, C5- Has a
Well-Integrated Character) B5. Create visually common
processes or phenomenon
of the application of gas
laws (Poster Making)
ii. CHEMICAL
TRANSFORMATIONS

A. Chemical Reactions and - Apply the principles of A1. Define orally and in Answer Practice Exercise A1-A2. FOR 10-Item Quiz on
Equations conservation of mass to writing the terms: chemical 19.1, 19.2, 19.3, 19.4, definition of terms of
a1. Indicators of the occurrence chemical reactions equation, reactants, (pages 455-466) A1/Types of chemical
of Chemical Reaction products, balanced equation, Reactions
a2. Types of Reactions coefficient

Answer Self-Check found on A5. SUM Performance Task:


B. Balancing Chemical Equations A2. Differentiate in writing pages 458, 459, 463 Skit (Chemical Reactions)
a1. Law of Conservation of the types of chemical (Evaluation: Rubric)
Mass reactions
a2. Inspection Method Answer Worksheet on B2. FOR Worksheet on
a3. Oxidation State Method: A3. Relate in writing chemical Balancing Chemical Balancing Chemical Reactions
Redox Reactions reactions to the principle of Reactions
Conservation of Mass
A1-B2. FOR Test Yourself
A4. Recognize orally chemical pages 471-473
reactions associated with
biological and industrial
processes affecting life and
the environment

A5. Create skit about


chemical reactions
(C1- Motivated with Christian
Values, , C3- Committed to B1. Differentiate in writing a
Leading and Working with reducing agent from an
Others, C4- Constantly Works oxidizing agent
Towards Excellence, C5- Has
well-integrated character) B2. Solve problems in writing
about balancing chemical
equations.
iii. REACTIONS IN CONTROL

A. Chemical Reactions: How - Apply the principles of conservation A1. Explain in writing the Answer Self-Check (pages A1-A3. FOR 10-Item Quiz on
They Take Place of mass to chemical reactions collision theory 479, 481, 484, 487,491) Collision Theory /Heat of
a1. Collision Theory Reaction

B. Factors Affecting Rate of - explain how the factors affecting A2. Define in writing Answer Worksheets on B1. FOR Oral Recitation on
rates of chemical reactions are
Reaction activation energy and Reactions at Equilibrium The Effects of Some Factors
applied in the food preservation and
materials production, control of fire,
determine its significance in a on the Rate of Chemical
C. Reactions at Equilibrium pollution and corrosion. chemical reaction Reactions in Industry
a.1. Le Chateliers Principle
A3. Differentiate in writing an A1-C2. FOR Test Yourself
exothermic reaction from an (page 495-497)
endothermic reaction

B1. Explain orally and in C2. SUM Mini Task


writing the effects of some
factors on the rate of
chemical reaction ii (A1-B2) & iii (A1-C2). SUM
LONG TEST 2
C1. Describe in writing a
reversible and an equilibrium
reaction i, ii & iii. SUM QUARTER
EXAM: GAS IT UP,
C2. Explain orally and in CHEMICAL
(C4- Constantly Works writing how the le Chateliers TRANSFORMATIONS,
Towards Excellence, , C3- principle applies to common REACTIONS IN CONTROL
Committed to Leading and chemical reactions
Working with Others)
iv. POWER GENERATORS

A. Carbohydrates
a1. Monosaccharides - Recognize the major A1. Name in writing the Answer Worksheets on A1. FOR 5-Item Quiz on
a2. Disaccharides categories of elements that make up Organic Functional Groups elements present in
a3. Polysaccharides biomolecules such as carbohydrates and lipids (Preliminary Activity) Biomolecules
carbohydrates, lipids,
nucleic acid, and proteins A2. Differentiate orally and in Answer Self-Check (page A2 & B1. FOR Oral Recitation
B. Lipids writing the types of 406) on Types of Carbohydrates
b.1. Fatty Acids carbohydrates in the human and Lipids in the Human body
b.2. Classification of Lipids body and in our diet and in our diet

A3. Recognize visually and in Answer Worksheets (Seat A3, A5, B2, & B3. FOR 20-
C. Carbohydrates and Lipid writing the structure and works) on nomenclature and Item Quiz on naming and
Contents in Food Labels nomenclature of structure of carbohydrates illustrating structures of
carbohydrates and lipids carbohydrates and lipids

A4. Distinguish in writing Perform Laboratory Activity A2. SUM Laboratory Activity
reducing from non-reducing 48: Is Carbohydrate Present? 48: Is Carbohydrate Present?
sugars

A5. Illustrate visually and in Perform Interpreting Food C1. SUM Performance Task :
writing the structure of Labels Activity Biomolecules (Carbohydrates
carbohydrates and Lipids; classroom based)

B1. Differentiate orally and in A1-C2 FOR Test Yourself


writing the types of lipids in (page 423-425)
the human body and in our
diet

(C4- Constantly Works B2. Recognize visually and in A1-C2 SUM Long Test 1 (A-C)
Towards Excellence, , C3- writing the structure and
Committed to Leading and nomenclature of lipids
Working with Others)
B3. Illustrate visually and in
writing the structure of lipids

C1. Explain orally and in


writing the general role of
carbohydrates and lipids in
the body

C2. Determine visually, orally


and in writing the
carbohydrate and lipid
content from food labels

v. BUILDING BLOCKS AND


INFORMATION DATABASE

A. Proteins - Recognize the major A1. Identify orally and in Answer Self-Check (page A1-A3 FOR 15-Item Quiz on
a1. Amino Acids categories of writing the elements in 429, 444) Proteins: Common Essential
a2. Levels of Protein Structure biomolecules such as proteins Amino Acids & Its Functions
a3. Protein Denaturation carbohydrates, lipids,
a4. Protein Sources nucleic acid, and proteins A2. Describe important bodily Answer Love of Lab (page A5 & B3. FOR Oral Recitation
functions of Proteins 444) on the general role of Proteins
and Nucleic Acids in the body

B. Nucleic Acids
b1. Nucleotides A3. Identify the common and Answer Worksheets (Seat A1-B3. FOR Test Yourself
b2. Primary Nucleic Acid essential amino acids in the works) on Proteins and (page 447-449)
Structure body Nucleic Acids (definition of
b3. DNA Replication terms and Structures) B3. SUM Mini-Task

A4. Describe visually and in A1-B3 SUM Long Test 2 (A-B)


writing the structure of
Proteins
A5. Explain the general role iv & v. SUM QUARTER EXAM:
of Proteins in the body POWER GENERATORS,
BUILDING BLOCKS AND
INFORMATION DATABASE
B1. Identify orally and in
writing the elements in
nucleic acids
(C4- Constantly Works
Towards Excellence , C3-
Committed to Leading and B2. Describe visually and in
Working with Others, C5- Has writing the structure of
well-integrated character) Nucleic Acids

B3. Explain the general role


of Nucleic Acids in the body