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GRADE LEVEL: 7

SCHOOL: Jose Borromeo Legaspi Memorial National High School


GRADE 1-12 LEARNING AREA:
DAILY LESSON LOG TEACHER: CATTLEYA C. ABELLO SCIENCE

TEACHING DATES: January 30, 2019 TEACHING TIMES: 9:50- 10-50


QUARTER: 4th
I. OBJECTIVES
A. CONTENT STANDARDS The learners demonstrate an understanding of: the relation of geographical location of the Philippines to its environment.
B. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The learners shall be able to: analyze the advantage of the location of the Philippines in relation to the climate, weather, and seasons.
C. LEARNING COMPETENCIES
OBJECTIVE Describe ways of using Earth’s resource sustainably. (S7ES-IVc-4)
D. OBJECTIVES  Identify the natural resources found in the Philippines based on the video presentation;
 Explain the effects of some human activities on natural resources using the situation given;
 Share their insights on ways to reduce the effects of human activities.
II. CONTENT
Earth’s Natural Resources
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. REFERENCES
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages Science Teacher’s Guide 7, DepED, pp. 273-294
2. Learner’s Materials Pages Science Learner’s Material 7, DepED, pp. 285-302
3. Textbook Pages Practical Science for Grade 7, United Eferza Academic Publications C. 2012, pp.301-309
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES https://www.scribd.com/document_downloads/direct/267834625?extension=docx
http://classroom.jc-schools.net/SS-units/PPT-games/2-natres.ppt
youtube.com
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or The students will give a recap about the previous lesson.
presenting the new lesson Questions to be asked:
 How many island are there in the Philippines?
 What is the longest and largest river in Luzon?
 Differentiate lakes from ponds.
B. Establishing a purpose for the Present the objectives of the lesson to the learners.
lesson Here are the objectives:
 Identify the natural resources found in the Philippines;
 Explain the effects of some human activities on natural resources using the situation given;
 Share their insights on ways to reduce the effects of human activities.
C. Presenting examples/ instances The teacher will show a video of the beauty and splendor of the Philippines to the learners. Indicator 8
of the new lesson Questions to be asked:
 What are the things you have observed in the video?
 Is there a relationship between our latitude position and high diversity of life forms in the country? Indicator 1
 What is natural resources?
 Give an example of natural resources.
 Differentiate renewable resources from non-renewable resources.
D. Discussing new concepts and The learners have already familiarized with the natural resources in the country. Now, they are going to brainstorm on how people
practicing new skills #1 destroy natural resources.
A. Pre-activity
 Group the learners into three.
 Present the objective of the activity.
 Orient the learners of the procedures of the activity.
For the criteria: Indicator 4, 5, and 7
 Discipline - 3 pts
 Time management - 2 pts
 Group output - 10 pts
Total - 15 pts

B. Activity Proper
 They will be given 5 minutes to brainstorm and answer the activity (“How Do People Destroy Natural Resources?”)
Before After Human Activity Effects

Group 1

Group 2
Group 3

C. Post Activity (They will have 2-3minutes to report) Indicator 2


 Presentation of output by each group.

E. Developing mastery Show a video clip on the different effects of human activities on natural resources, to make the learners become more aware on
(leads to Formative what is happening in their environment. Indicator 8
Assessment 3)
Question to be asked:
 Suggest ways to reduce the effect of this human activities.

F. Finding practical application of Questions to be asked:


concepts and skills in daily living  Why our natural resources are important to us? Indicator 3

G. Making generalization and Questions to be asked: Indicator 3


abstractions about the lesson  What is natural resources?
 How renewable resources differ from non-renewable resources?
 Since many of the resources that we have today are not in endless supply, as a student in what way can you help conserve
and protect our natural resources?
H. Evaluating learning Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Are the substances that are supplied by nature and needed for survival?
a. natural resources b. renewable resources c. non-renewable resources
2. A resource that cannot be replaced by natural processes.
a. non-renewable resources b. natural resources c. renewable resources Indicator 9
3. These are all renewable resources except one.
a. trees b. oil c. water
4. What does 3Rs mean?
a. reduce, reuse and reread b. rebuild, reuse and recycle c. reduce, reuse and recycle
5. What happens when trees are cut down carelessly?
a. it will rain b. soil erodes c. drought
I. Additional Activities for
application or remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No of learners who earned 80%
in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation who scored below
80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work?
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?

Prepared by: CATTLEYA C. ABELLO Checked by: MIRASOL C. PERALTA


Teacher I Secondary School Principal II