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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

Department of Education Region XI


Division of Davao City
F. BANGOY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Sasa, Davao City

Lesson Plan in Science 10

Date:
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
December 12-16, 2016
I. OBJECTIVES a. Make a model to show how the a. Make a model of the translation a. Make a model of the
order of bases in DNA process. translation process. Christmas Party Christmas Party
determines the order of bases in b. Simulate the steps in b. Simulate the steps in
mRNA translation. translation.
b. Infer why the structure of DNA c. Tell the importance of c. Tell the importance of
enables it to be easily copied. Translation. Translation.
c. Tell the importance of
Transcription.

A. Content Standards The information stored in DNA as The information stored in DNA as The information stored in DNA as
being used to make proteins. being used to make proteins. being used to make proteins.

B. Performance Standards

C. Learning Competencies/ S10LT-IIId-37 S10LT-IIId-37 S10LT-IIId-37


Objectives Explain how protein is made using Explain how protein is made using Explain how protein is made
information from DNA information from DNA using information from DNA

II. CONTENT Transcription Translation Translation

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teachers Guide Pages

2. Learners Material Pages pp. 273-275 pp. 276-279 pp. 276-279


B. Other Learning Resources

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Review of the previous Call 2 or 3 students to share about Call 2 or 3 students to share about Call 2 or 3 students to share Christmas Party Christmas Party
lesson what they have learned about the what they have learned about the about what they have learned
previous lesson. previous lesson. about the previous lesson.
B. Establishing the purpose Essential Question: Essential Question: Essential Question:
of the lesson
Why is RNA important to the cell? What is the role of tRNA in protein What is the role of tRNA in
synthesis? protein synthesis?

C. Presenting the new lesson Divide the class into 5 groups. Divide the class into 5 groups. Divide the class into 5 groups.
Provide the learners with Template. Provide the learners with Provide the learners with
Explain the procedure of the activity, Template. Explain the procedure of Template. Explain the procedure
Make sure that the learners will be
the activity, Make sure that the of the activity, Make sure that the
able to follow the steps and come up
with the expected output. learners will be able to follow the learners will be able to follow the
steps and come up with the steps and come up with the
expected output. expected output

D. Discussion Question: Q13. What are the four nucleotide Q13. What are the four nucleotide
1. Does the mRNA model more bases present in tRNA? Do these bases present in tRNA? Do these
closely resemble the DNA strand bases bases
from which it was transcribed? differ from those found in mRNA? differ from those found in mRNA?

2. Explain how the structure of DNA Q14. What base in mRNA can only Q14. What base in mRNA can
enables the molecule to be easily join with the adenine base of RNA? only join with the adenine base of
transcribed. Why is this important for uracil base of tRNA? RNA? uracil base of tRNA?
genetic information?
E. Discussing New Concepts Question: Question: Question:
How does a mRNA molecule carry 1. What is a codon? What does it 1. What is a codon? What does it
information from DNA? represent? represent?
2. What is the role of tRNA in 2. What is the role of tRNA in
protein synthesis? protein synthesis?
3. How does a tRNA molecule 3. How does a tRNA molecule Christmas Party Christmas Party
carrying its amino acid recognize carrying its amino acid recognize
which codon to attach? which codon to attach?
Q18.Why is it important that a stop Q18.Why is it important that a
codon be part of protein synthesis? stop codon be part of protein
synthesis?

F. Application Question: Question: Question:


Why is RNA important to the cell? A construction worker brings A construction worker brings
hollow blocks to build a wall. What hollow blocks to build a wall.
part of translation resembles the What part of translation
construction workers job? What do
resembles the construction
the hollow blocks represent?
workers job? What do the hollow
blocks represent?

G. Generalization and KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPTS:


Abstraction The sequence of nucleotides in The process of converting the The process of converting the
DNA directs the order of nucleotides information in messenger RNA into information in messenger RNA
in messenger RNA in a process a sequence of amino acids that into a sequence of amino acids
called transcription. make a protein is known as that make a protein is known as
There are three major types of translation. translation.
RNA that help build proteins: mRNA, The role of transfer RNA (tRNA) is The role of transfer RNA (tRNA)
rRNA, and tRNA. to bring the amino acids in the is to bring the amino acids in the
The mRNA carries the information cytoplasm to the ribosomes to cytoplasm to the ribosomes to
in DNA to the ribosomes found in make proteins. make proteins
the cytoplasm.
H. Evaluating Learning In a 1/2 sheet of paper, Illustrate
Transcription.

V. REMARKS

Science 10 subject is taken only for four times a week with one hour per meeting. Friday is a non- meeting day of the class.

VI. REFLECTION
A. No of learners who earned 95% of the learners were able to achieve the objectives.
80% on the evaluation

B. No. of learners who require


additional activities for
remediation who scored below 5% of the learners required additional activities
80%.

C. Did the remedial lessons


work? No. of learners who have
caught up with the lesson. Yes. 4 % of the students who undergone remedial classes were able to catch up the lesson.

D. No, of learners who continue


to require remediation.
1% of the learners need to undergo continuous remediation due to their absences.

E. Which of the teaching


strategies worked well? Why
did these work? Cooperative Learning worked well since it allows all students to be involved in the class activity.

F. What difficulties did I


encounter which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve? NONE

G. What innovative or localized


materials did I use/ discover
which I wish to share with other All of the suggested materials in the activities already used localized materials.
teachers?

Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:


KRISTI ANA B. DEL MUNDO INGRID B. MEJOS KAREN O. CAMUS, Ed.D
Science Teacher Master Teacher Science Department Head