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# DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Vicente L. Pimentel Sr. National High School
Quezon, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur
BUDGET OF WORK FOR SCIENCE 10
S. Y. 2015-2016

## Grading Domain Concepts Content Time Frame Remarks

Period
The Learners should be able to… 1. Plate Tectonics
1st Earth 1. describe the distribution of active 1.1 Distribution
Grading And volcanoes, earthquake epicenters, and major 1.1.1 volcanoes
Space mountain belts; 1.1.2 earthquake epicenters
1.1.3 mountain ranges
2. describe the different types of plate 1.2 Plate boundaries
boundaries; 1.3 Processes and landforms
along plate boundaries
3. explain the different processes that occur 1.4 Internal structure of the Earth
along the plate boundaries; 1.5 Mechanism (possible causes
of movement)
4. describe the internal structure of the Earth; 1.6 Evidence of plate movement

movement; and

## 6. enumerate the lines of evidence that

support plate movement
The Learners should be able to… 1. Electromagnetic Spectrum
2nd Force 1. compare the relative wavelengths of
Grading Motion different forms of electromagnetic
And waves;
Energy
2. cite examples of practical applications
of the different regions of EM waves,
such as the use of radio waves in
telecommunications;
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vicente L. Pimentel Sr. National High School
Quezon, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur
BUDGET OF WORK FOR SCIENCE 10
S. Y. 2015-2016

## 3. explain the effects of EM radiation on living 2. Light

things and the environment; 2.1 Reflection of Light in
Mirrors
4. predict the qualitative characteristics 2.2 Refraction of Light in
(orientation, type, and magnification) of Lenses
images formed by plane and curved mirrors
and lenses;

## 5. apply ray diagramming techniques in

describing the characteristics and positions of
images formed by lenses;

## 6. identify ways in which the properties of

mirrors and lenses determine their use in
optical instruments (e.g., cameras and
binoculars);

## 7. demonstrate the generation of electricity by 3. Electricity and Magnetism

movement of a magnet through a coil; and 3.1 Electromagnetic effects

## 8. explain the operation of a simple electric

motor and generator.
The Learners should be able to… 1. Coordinated Functions of the
3rd Living 1. describe the parts of the reproductive Reproductive, Endocrine, and
Grading Things system and their functions; Nervous Systems
and their 2. explain the role of hormones involved in
Environment the female and male reproductive systems;

## 3. describe the feedback mechanisms

involved in regulating processes in the female
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vicente L. Pimentel Sr. National High School
Quezon, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur
BUDGET OF WORK FOR SCIENCE 10
S. Y. 2015-2016

## 4. describe how the nervous system

coordinates and regulates these feedback
mechanisms to maintain homeostasis;

## 5. explain how protein is made using 2. Heredity: Inheritance and

information from DNA; Variation

## 6. explain how mutations may cause changes 3. Biodiversity and Evolution

in the structure and function of a protein;
7. explain how fossil records, comparative
anatomy, and genetic information provide
evidence for evolution;

## 9. explain how species diversity increases the 4. Ecosystems

probability of adaptation and survival of 4.1 Flow of Energy and Matter
organisms in changing environments; in Ecosystems
4.2 Biodiversity and Stability
10. explain the relationship between 4.3 Population Growth and
population growth and carrying capacity; and Carrying Capacity

## 11. Suggest ways to minimize human impact

on the environment.

## The Learners should be able to… 1. Gas Laws

4th Matter 1. investigate the relationship between: 1.1 Kinetic Molecular Theory
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vicente L. Pimentel Sr. National High School
Quezon, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur
BUDGET OF WORK FOR SCIENCE 10
S. Y. 2015-2016

Grading 1.1 volume and pressure at constant 1.2 Volume, pressure, and
temperature of a gas; temperature relationship
1.2 volume and temperature at constant 1.3 Ideal gas law
pressure of a gas;
1.3 explains these relationships using the
kinetic molecular theory;

## 2. recognize the major categories of 2. Biomolecules

biomolecules such as carbohydrates, lipids, 2.1 Elements present in
proteins, and nucleic acids; biomolecules
2.2 Carbohydrates, lipids,
proteins, and nucleic acids
2.2.1 Food Labels

## 3. apply the principles of conservation of 3. Chemical reactions

mass to chemical reactions; and

## 4. explain how the factors affecting rates of

chemical reactions are applied in food
preservation and materials production,
control of fire, pollution, and corrosion.