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Name of School : DAPA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Address : DAPA, SURIGAO DEL NORTE


Teacher : JOAN MARIE C. PELIAS
Subject : SCIENCE 8
Section : 8 - Jenner/8 – Leuwenhoek
Time Schedule : 7:35 – 8:25 AM/ 3:10 – 4:00 PM
Date : February 7 - 9, 2018
Time Frame : 3 days

I. Objectives:
 At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
a. review that objects may attract or repel each other;
b. infer that objects may carry positive and negative charges;
c. infer that subatomic particle contributes to the mass of the atom;
d. locate the atomic number in a periodic table;
e. identify the subatomic particles associated with mass number;
f. determine the number of neutrons from the mass number.

I. Subject Matter:
 Lesson: Atom
 References: Grade 8 LM, TG, Science book
 Materials: Visual aids, activity sheets

II. Lesson Development:

Learning Activities
Motivation
Review their previous knowledge about magnets. Like ends or poles repel, unlike ends or poles attract. Electric
charges (simply charges), either positive charge or negative charge, behave similarly, that is, like charges repel or push
away each other and unlike charges attract or pull toward each other. Let them know that they must keep this in their
mind as they do the activity.

A. ACTIVITY

 The students will perform …


Activity 1 – “Charge” it to experience!
Activity 2 – The big difference
Activity 3 – What’s in a number?

B. ANALYSIS

1. What makes up an atom?


2. How do these components differ from each other?
3. How are these components arranged inside the atom?

C. ABSTRACTION

D. APPLICATION
Activity 1 – “Charge” it to experience!

Q1. What happened with the balloons?


Ans:
Q2. Did the balloons acquire the same charge or different charges? What made you say so?
Ans:
Q3. What happened with the balloons?
Ans:
Q4. Does the glass have a different or same charge as the balloon? What made you say so?

Activity 2 – The big difference

Q1. Which subatomic particle is the lightest?


Ans:
Q2. Which subatomic particle is the heaviest?
Ans:
Q3. Which subatomic particles have almost the same mass?
Ans:
Q4. Which subatomic particle/s make/s up most of the mass of the atom?
Ans:
Activity 3 – What’s in a number?

Q1. What is the element with an atomic number of 15?


Ans: Phosporous
Q2. How many protons does the atom of this element have?
Ans: 15 protons
Q3. How many protons are there in an atom of aluminum?
Ans: 13 protons
Q4. Which element has the smallest number of protons in its atom?
Ans: Hydrogen
Q5. How many protons are there in the C-12 isotope? How about the number of neutrons?
Ans: 6 protons; 6 neutrons
Q6. What is the atomic mass of magnesium (Mg)? How about for potassium (K)?
Ans:
Q7. How many protons are there in the lithium ion?
Ans:
Q8. How many neutrons are there in this lithium ion?
Ans:
Q9. How many electrons are there in the lithium ion?
Ans:

E. EVALUATION

III. ASSIGNMENT

IV. Remarks:

Prepared by:

JOAN MARIE C. PELIAS


SUBJECT TEACHER
Checked by:

MARIETTA C. ASIGNAR, HT - III


DEPARTMENT HEAD