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Teacher: Credit to the author of this file Learning Area: SCIENCE
Teaching Dates and
Time: JULY 9-13, 2018 (WEEK 6) Quarter: 1ST QUARTER



A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate understanding of different techniques to separate mixtures

B. Performance Standards
The learners should be able to separate desired materials from common and local products.

Enumerate techniques in separating mixtures such as picking, winnowing, decantation, use of magnet, sieving, filtering, and evaporation.
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives S6MT-Id-f-2
Write the LC code for each Demonstrate how a soluble solid Differentiate Distillation and Demonstrate how simple mixtures of fine and coarse Summative Test
is separated from a liquid using Crystallization of separating particles of solid materials are separated.
evaporation. mixtures
Separating Mixtures: Evaporation Separating Mixtures:
II. CONTENT Distillation and Crystallization Separating Mixtures Various methods of
Separating Mixtures


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning 1. BEAM 4. 5 Explain what happens after Mixing Materials. Learning Guides. Mix it Up. July 2009. pp. 5-7.
Resource (LR) portal 2. EASE Science II. Chemistry Module 4. Lesson 2.
3. Chemistry III Textbook. Mapa, Amelia P., Ph.D., et al. 2001. pp. 42-45.
4. Science and Technology I: Integrated Science Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp. 57-58.
B. Other Learning Resources RCS.n.d. arn-chemistry/resource/res00000386/separating-sand-and-salt?cmpid=CMP00005908 (accessed May52007)

A. Reviewing previous lesson or Find Your Match. Jumbled word: Venn Diagram: The teacher recalls the The teacher could give 20 to
presenting the new lesson activity during the other 30 items quiz and a concept
Teacher gives metacards with Show students jumbled words The teacher asks the students day. mapping activity of all the
questions and answers to each about methods of separating to compare and contrast methods of separating
learner. The learners need to find mixtures. Students must be distillation and crystallization. mixtures discussed.
his/her match with correct able to arrange the letters
question-answer pair. correctly and explain the
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson The teacher asks about how rock The teacher shows bottle of The teacher shows picture
salts are made. distilled water and ask how to puzzle of polluted water and
purify water of this kind asks the cause of it after.
C. Presenting examples/instances of the Present other method of The teacher asks on how to
new lesson separating mixtures. clean polluted water.

D. Discussing new concepts and Do Activity 6.1 Dry it Up. Let the students watch video Do Activity 6.2 Go and
practicing new skills #1 on simple Distillation and ask Separate.
Teacher gives initial instructions questions.
about the activity. Teacher gives initial instructions about the
/watch?v=V5ep0-ojPGw activity.

E. Discussing new concepts and Students present their output on Let the students watch video Original File Submitted and Students present their
practicing new skills #2 the activity. The teacher will give on simple Crystallization and Formatted by DepEd Club output on the activity. The
feedback about the result. ask questions. Member - visit teacher will give feedback for more about the result.

F. Developing mastery (leads to Answer the Guide Questions. Discuss the similarities and Answer the Guide
Formative Assessment 3) differences of distillation and Questions.

G. Finding practical applications of Video can be shown and Discuss about fractional
concepts and skills in daily living discussed. distillation of crude oil into
various products.

H. Making generalizations and Teacher asks about the video. Ask the students to write down
abstractions about the lesson the similarities and differences
of the three methods of
I. Evaluating learning Answer the Evaluation question. separating mixtures presented. The students should be able Answer the Evaluation
to submit the output of the question.

J. Additional activities for application or




A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the

B. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught up with the
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 can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover which I
wish to share with other teachers?

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