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Lesson Guide in Earth Science

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of the formation of the


universe and the solar system.

B. Performance The learners shall be able to make a concept map and use it to explain
Standards how the geospheres, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are
interconnected.

At the end of the session, students are expected to:

C. Learning 1. compare different hypotheses explaining the origin of the Solar


Competencies/ System (S11ES-Ia-2).
Objectives 1.1 identify different hypotheses explaining the origin of the Solar
System
1.2 create their own hypothesis about the origin of the Solar System
1.3 appreciate the beauty of creation

II. CONTENT ORIGIN AND STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH


 The Universe and Solar System
III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide
pages
2. Learner’s Manual
pages
Earth and Life Science, Sia, et al. Sibs Publishing House, 2016 pages 4-
8.

Earth and Life Science , Baltazar,et al. Brillian Creations Publishing Inc.,
3. Textbook pages
2016 pages 3-5.

4. Additional
Materials from
Learning Resource
(LR) portal
B. Other Learning
Resources

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IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous Review the the histroical development of theories that explain the origin
lesson or presenting of the universe.
new lesson
(REVIEW)

B. Establishing a purpose 4 pics 1 word activity: show 4 pictures that are related to each other and
of the lesson let the students guess the missing letters to find out the answer.
(MOTIVATION)

C. Presenting Video presentation about the origin of the Solar System.


examples/instances of
the new lesson
(PRE-ACTIVITY)

1. NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS THEORY


D. Discussing new
concepts and - THE SUN AND OTHER CELESTIAL BODIES ORBITING AROUND IT
practicing new skills 1
WHERE FORMED FROM A NEBULA – A SPINNING CLOUD OF
(ACTIVITY PROPER)
GASES.

2
2. ACCRETION THEORY

-IS THE GRADUAL INCREASE IN SIZE OF AN OBJECT BY THE


BUILDUP OF MATTER DUE TO GRAVITY

3. TIDAL THEORY

-THE TIME WHEN THE SUN ABOUT TO FORM (PROTOSUN), A


LARGE BODY PASSING IT MAY HAVE DRAWN SOME GASEOUS

3
MATERIALS FROM IT. THE MASS OF GASEOUS MATERIALS
DRAWN DID NOT COMPLETELY ESCAPE GRAVITATIONAL PULL OF
THE PROTOSUN. IT CONTINUED TO SPIN AROUND IT,
EVENTUALLY BECOMING MORE DENSE AND GRADUALLY
FORMED INTO PLANETESIMALS. THESE PLANETESIMALS GIVE
RISE TO THE PLANETS AND THEIR SATELLITES

Analysis of Theories, Concepts and Principles

E. Discussing new 1. Explain the different hypotheses about the origin of the Solar System.
concepts and
practicing new skills 2 2. Make a comparision of these different hypotheses.
(DEEPENING)
3. What is the importance of formulating hypothesis in the improvement
of scientfic ideas?

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Group Activity:

Divide the class into 3. Each group will make a comparison on the 3
theories/hypothesis on the origin of the solar system. The group reporter
will discuss and share it in front of the class after.

F. Developing mastery NEBULAR ACCRETION TIDAL THEORY


(POST-ACTIVITY) HYPOTHESIS THEORY
THEORY

1.

2.

3.

Students will answer the question:


G. Finding practical
applications of What is the importance of formulating hypothesis in the improvement of
concepts and skills in
daily living scientfic ideas?
(APPLICATION)

H. Making generalizations Call a volunteer from the class that will summarize/wrap-up the key
and abstractions about concepts and ideas learned from the activity.
the lesson
(GENERALIZATION)

Students will make their own hypothesis on the origin of the Solar
System.

Rubrics:

Remarkable (5)
Answers are comprehensive, accurate and complete. Key ideas are
clearly stated, explained, and well supported.

I. Evaluating learning Meets Expectations (4)


(ASSESSMENT) Answers are accurate and complete. Key points are stated and
supported.

Satisfactory (3)
Answers are not comprehensive or completely stated. Key points are
addressed, but not well supported.

Needs Improvement (2)


Answers are partial or incomplete. Key points are not clear. Question not
adequately answered

5
Did not meet the criteria (1)
Did not answer question.

J. Additional activities for Make a comprehensive research regarding other hypotheses/theories on


application or the origin origin of the solar system.
remediation
(REMEDIAL)