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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

SULTAN KUDARAT STATE UNIVERSITY


COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION

A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan In Science 9

I. OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
a. Identify what are the impacts of climate change;
b. Determine the sectors affected by climate change; and
c. Discuss the effect of La Nińa and El Nińo in the Philippines.

II. SUBJECT MATTER:


A. Topic: CLIMATE CHANGE
B. References: Alvarez, Liza et.al. (2014). Science – Grade 9 Learner’s Module
Philippines. FED Printing Corporation
C. Resources:
Teacher’s Materials: LCD Projector, Laptop, Cartolina, Marker, Book
Students’ Materials: Notebook, Ball pen

III. TEACHING – LEARNING ACTIVITIES


A. Preliminary Activities
 Prayer
 Greetings
 Settling down and setting of standards
 Checking of attendance
 Review
 Ask the students about the previous topic.

 Motivation
“Solve the Puzzle”
 The class will be divided into three groups.
 Each group will be given a scrambled picture to analyze.
 The group will rearrange the scrambled picture to form an image.
 They will be given two minutes to finish the activity.
 Each group will choose one representative to post their output.

B. Lesson Proper
1. Engage – Anticipatory Set
“Wet and Dry”
 The class will be divided into three groups.
 Each group will be given a picture to analyze.
 The group will place the picture according to the order of arrangement.
 They will be going to place the picture in the wet or dry corner.
 They will be given two minutes to finish the activity.
 Each group will choose a representative to post their answer.

2. Explore – Guided Practice and Monitoring


“Point to Point”
 The class will be divided into three groups.
 Each group will be given a picture to analyze.
 The group will match each picture to another picture on the board
showing a cause and effect relationship.
 They will be given two minutes to finish the activity.
 Each group will choose a representative to post their answer.

3. Explain – Instructional Process


Climate Change
Climate Change is the sudden change of climate affecting the daily living in
each country.

Climate Change may affect the following sectors:


 Agriculture
 Coast
 Ecosystem
 Energy
 Forest
 Human Health
 Society
 Transportation
 Water Resources

El Nińo and La Nińa

El Nińo
 Refers to as “The Little Boy” or “Christ Child” in Spanish.
 Originally recognized by fishermen off the coast of South America in
1600’s, with the appearance of unusually warm water in the Pacific
Ocean.
 Bring severe drought.

La Nińa
 Means “The Little Girl in Spanish”. La Nińa is also sometimes called El
Viejo, anti- El Nińo or simply “a cold event.”
 Bring above normal rainfall.

4. Elaborate – Independent Practice and Valuing


“La Nińa Vs. El Nińo”
 Same group, each group will make a discussion about the effect of La
Nińa and El Nińo in the Philippines.
 Group 1- La Nińa and Group 2- El Nińo.
 Each group will choose a representative to report their work in the class.
 Each group will be given two (2) minutes to do the activity.
5. Evaluate – Assess Mastery
Identify the following;
1. Is a change in statistical distribution of weather patterns when that changes
last for an extended period of time.
2. An abnormal and lengthy warming in the eastern part of the Pacific Ocean.
3. The cooling of the eastern part of the Pacific Ocean.
4. Give at least four (4) sectors that are affected by the climate change.
5. Site at least three (3) effects of of La Nińa and El Nińo in the Philippines.

IV. ASSIGNMENT
In a ½ sheet of paper, list down the safety precautions during natural calamities.

Prepared by:

Christian Jade G. Quijano


BSed 4 – Biological Science