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Department of Education

Astorga National High School


Alangalang, Leyte

Learning Competency in Science 7


Content Learning Competency Date Topics Activity
First Quarter - Matter
1. describe the components of a scientific investigation;
Doing Scientific
Investigation
Diversity of Materials in 2. investigate properties of unsaturated or saturated solution; Solution
the Environment 3. express concentrations of solutions quantitatively by
preparing different concentrations of mixtures according to
uses and availability of materials;
4. distinguish mixtures from substance based on a set of Mixture
properties;
5. recognize that substances are classified into elements and Elements
compounds;
6. investigate properties of acidic and basic mixtures using Acid and Base
natural indicators; and
7. describe some properties of metals and non-metals such as Metals and Non-
luster, malleability, ductility, and conductivity. Metals
Second Quarter Living 1. identify parts of the microscope and their functions; Microscope
Things and their 2. focus specimens using the compound microscope;
Environment 3. describe the different levels of biological organization Cell
from cell to biosphere;
Parts and Function 4. differentiate plant and animal cells according to presence Plants and
or absence of certain organelles; Animal Cell
5. explain why cell is considered the basic structural and
functional unit of all organisms;
6. identify beneficial and harmful microorganisms;
Heredity: Inheritance 7. differentiate asexual from sexual reproduction in terms of:
and Variation 7.1. number of individuals involved;
7.2.similarities of offspring to parents;
8. describe the process of fertilization;
Ecosystem 9. differentiate biotic from abiotic components of an
ecosystem;
10. describe the different ecological relationships found in an
ecosystem;
11. predict the effect of changes in one population on other
populations in the ecosystem; and
12. predict the effect of changes in abiotic factors on the
ecosystem.
Third Quarter Force, 1. describe the motion of an object in terms of distance or
Motion, Energy displacement, speed or velocity, and acceleration;
2. differentiate quantities in terms of magnitude and
Motion in One direction;
Dimension 3. create and interpret visual representation of the motion of
objects such as tape charts and motion graphs;
Waves 4. infer that waves carry energy;
5. differentiate transverse from longitudinal waves, and
mechanical from electromagnetic waves;
6. relate the characteristics of waves;
Sound 7. describe the characteristics of sound using the concepts of
wavelength, velocity. And amplitude;
8. explain sound production in the human voice box, and how
pitch, loudness, and quality of sound vary from one person
to another;
9. describe how organisms produce, transmit, and receive
sound of various frequencies (infrasonic, audible, and
ultrasonic sound);
Light 10. relate characteristics of light such color and intensity to
frequency and wavelength;
11. infer that light travels in a straight line;
Heat 12. infer the conditions necessary for heat transfer to occur;
Electricity 13. describe the different types of charging processes; and
14. explain the importance of earthing or grounding
Fourth Quarter Earth 1. demonstrate how places on earth may be located using a
and Space coordinate system;
2. describe the location of the Philippines with respect to the
continents and oceans of the world;
The Philippine 3. recognize that soil, water, rocks, coal, and other fossil fuels
Environment are Earth materials that people use as resources;
4. describe ways of using Earths resources sustainably
Interaction in the 5. discuss how energy from the sun interacts with the layers
Atmosphere of the atmosphere;
6. explain how some human activities affect the atmosphere;
7. account for the occurrence of land and sea breeze,
monsoons, and intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ)
8. describe the effects of certain weather systems in the
Philippines;
Seasons in the 9. using modes, relate:
Philippines 9.1.the tilt of the Earth to the length of daytime;
9.2. the length of daytime to the amount of energy
received;
9.3.the position of the Earth in its orbit to the height of the
Sun in the sky;
9.4.the height of the Sun in the sky to the amount of energy
received;
9.5.the latitude of an area to the amount of energy the area
received;
10. show what causes change in the seasons in the Philippines
using models;
Eclipses 11. explain how solar and lunar eclipses occur; and
12. collect, record, and report data on the beliefs and practices
of the community in relation to eclipses.

Noted by: Prepared by:

Erlinda A. De Lira
School Principal Janice Kathryn N. Maraya
SST-3