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Physical Science
130 MIN
Shatterproof (The Structure of LESSON OUTLINE
Introduction/ Overview of the objectives and recall some terms

the Atom) Review that can be associated with the word “ATOM “
using mentimeter
(20 minutes)
Motivation Game: “Hangman” (Question and Answer)
WRITTEN BY: (At home)
Instruction/ Class Discussion (At home)
Virgilio B. Rosialda Jr., Escuela de Sophia of Caloocan Inc. Delivery Attribution of aspects and concepts to correct
Pamela C. Malihan, Holy Child Catholic School, Inc. models (30 minutes)
Karla Mae L. Rey, Arellano University- Jose Abad Santos Campus
Eleonor E.R Bugayong, St. Therese of Rose School
Susan G. Garcia, St. Gabriel Academy Practice/ Gallery Walk (40 minutes)

Content Standards Evaluation Concept Map: Divergent and Convergent Thinking

The learners demonstrate understanding of how the concept of the atom Web (40 minutes)
evolved from the Ancient Greek to the present Materials Projector, laptop, chem sketch, picture of atomic
model, clay
Performance Standard: make a creative representation of the historical
development of the atom or the chemical elements in a timeline.
Learning Competency:
The learners:  Dewitt, T. Evolution of Atomic Model Retrieved June 07, 2019
1. cite the contributions of J.J. Thomson, Ernest Rutherford, Henry Moseley, from
and Niels Bohr to the understanding of the structure of the atom.
2. describe the nuclear model of the atoms and the location of its major  Lifted from the Teaching Guide for Senior High School Physical
components (protons, neutrons and electrons) Science

Specific Learning Outcomes:

1. discuss key developments in the concept of the atomic structure; and
2. give brief explanations of each of the models of atomic structure
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INTRODUCTION (20 MINS) Teacher Tips:

Overview of the objectives and key terms

1. Introduce the following learning objectives using any of the suggested protocols (Read-Aloud) 1. Display the objectives and
terms prominently on one side of
a. I can cite the contributions of J.J. Thomson, Earnest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, and Erwin Schrodinger to the classroom and refer to them
the understanding of the structure of the atom. frequently during discussion.
b. I can describe the nuclear model of the atom and the location of its major components (protons,
neutrons, and electrons)

2. The teacher will show a QR code to the students. Using their cellular phones, they will scan the given code and 2. After gathering all the answers
think of one or two words that can be associated with the word “ATOM.” from your students through
mentimeter, flash their answer on
the screen and ask them why did
they come up with those


Game: Hangman

3. Begin with a Hangman game that will introduce that before Dalton, most atomists like Democritus and 3. When conducting this kind of
advocates of atomic theory believed that the atom was a fundamental, indestructible, invisible particle. You can strategy, make sure that all of the
see a sample of the game below. students are at task by checking if
all of the students have their own
cellular phone/tablet.
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Assigned video presentation to the students: 4. Make sure that all of the
students have watched your
assigned presentation.
(It’s a matter of planning)
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Attribution of aspects and concepts to correct models Teacher Tips:

4. Check the box which model applies to each attribute. There may be more than one applicable model per item. 5. This will serve as your
preliminary indicator if your
Plum-pudding students can now apply what they
Rutherford Bohr Quantum
or Thomson have learned from the video
Conceptualized presentation you assigned to
following cathode them at home.
ray experiments
6. Give the different conditions in
Has nucleus your table and ask the students to
find for those in the video
Has energy levels or presentation.
following α particle
Explains why
electrons don’t fall
into the nucleus

Has idea of orbitals

First model to use

idea of subatomic
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Teacher Tips:
Gallery Walk

5. The class will be divided into 4 groups. Each group will be given specific tasks in which they need to make a model 6. The teacher has more time to
proposed by different scientists. assist the learners in doing the
given task.
Group 1: Plum pudding model of J.J. Thomson using newspaper
Group 2: Ernest Rutherford model using styro balls and straw
Group 3: Planetary model of Niels Bohr using chemsketch 7. Allow the learners to create by
Group 4: Quantum model of Erwin Schrodinger using cotton and monggo seeds themselves.

Each group will need to choose one representative to explain their work. The remaining members will go to different
stations where there are assigned person to explain until they completed all the stations in the gallery walk.

EVALUATION (40 minutes)

Graphic Organizer (Divergent and Convergent Thinking Web)50

6. Complete the table below by supplying the necessary things to show the development of atomic structure
proposed by different scientists.
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