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## K TO 12 Teacher PERCY BREND Q. MODELO Learning Area Science

DAILY LESSON LOG
Teaching Dates and Time JULY 1-5, 2019 Quarter First / Week 4
MONDAY - FRIDAY

## I. OBJECTIVES Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of some important properties of solutions.
B. Performance Standard The learners shall be able to prepare different concentrations of mixtures according to uses and availability of materials.
C. Learning Express concentrations of solutions quantitatively by preparing different concentrations of mixtures according to uses and availability of materials.
Competencies / Write the S7MT-Id-3
LC code for each  Express concentration of  Express concentration of  Investigate how the size of  Describe the test to  Investigate which
objectives: solution in percent by solution in percent by the solid being dissolved conduct in finding out among the two solutes
mass. volume. affects how fast it how fast the granules. will dissolves faster in
dissolves in water. (Coffee or juice) hot and in cold water.
 Solve problems involving  Solve problems involving dissolves in cold and in
different expressions of different expressions of  Identify dependent and hot water.  Identify dependent and
concentrations of concentrations of solutions. independent variables. independent variables.
solutions.  Identify dependent and
independent variables.
SOLUTIONS
II. CONTENT Concentration of Solutions Concentration of Solution Factors Affecting Solubility Factors Affecting Solubility Factors Affecting Solubility
( Percent by mass) ( Percent by Volume) ( Effect of Particle Size ) (Effect of Temperature) ( Effect of Nature of
Solute)
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References

## 1. Teacher’s Guide pages 8 9-10 10-12

2. Learner’s Material 11-12 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15
pages

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3. Textbook pages
from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning http://www.softschools.com/fo
Resources rmulas/chemistry/mass_perce
nt_formula/126/

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Describe the following Recall the mass percent formula Review on the previous topics Identify the independent Identify the independent
lesson or presenting the solutions: and let the learners elaborate it on making a hypothesis. variables and dependent variables and dependent
new lesson a. Dilute variables affecting solubility variables affecting
b. Saturated based on the activity solubility based on the
c. Unsaturated yesterday. activity yesterday.
d. Supersaturated
B. Establishing a purpose Have a simple activity in Find out the amount of solute in Ask the learners if they heard Based on the activity the Based on the activity the
for the lesson finding the amount of solute in a given volume of solution about David and Goliath story students able to identify students able to identify
a given mass of solvent expressed as gram solute per 100 in the Bible. dependent and independent dependent and independent
expressed as gram solute per ml of solution (g/100mL) variables variables
100 grams of solution.
C. Presenting Discuss the concentration of Discuss the concentration of Show the picture in class. Present a conceptual Ask the students if they are
examples/instances for the solid solutions like jewelleries, liquid solution in isopropyl, framework on the making hot milo drinks. If
new lesson coins, and any metal objects ethyl alcohol and vinegar. relationship between yes, how about doing it in a
dependent and independent cold water?
sure we have brought a cold
and hot water in class for
NO)
D. Discussing new Ask: What is percent by mass? Ask: What is percent by Identify variables on the Perform Activity no. 5 page Students will Perform
concepts and practicing volume? diagram presented. 13-14 in the LM . Activity No.6. pages 14-15
new skills #1 Say: This Method is especially in the LM.
useful for mixtures of solid Say: Solutions formed from two (Give emphasis that after the
like alloys. liquids are often expressed as activity the students able to
volume percent with the respect present data identifying
to the solute. variables)

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E. Discussing new Present the Mass Percent Presentation of formula of Perform Activity 4 Discuss the effect of Discuss the effect of
concepts and practicing Formula percent by volume. Size Matters temperature in dissolving increasing temperature in
new skills # 2 Mass percent is used as a way (LM pp. 12-13 ) some mater. relation to the nature’s
of expressing a concentration Vol%= vol. of solute in Say: “The Hotter the solubility of solute.
or a way of describing a solution/total volume of solution. temperature the easy it can
component in a mixture. For a x100 dissolves” and let them Take note: NOT ALL
solution, the mass percent is recognize the result of their SOLUTES can be
expressed as the grams of activity. DISSOLVED even by
solute divided by the grams of INCREASING THE
solution, then multiplied by TEMPERATURE. It
100 to get a percentage. depends on its nature of
solute solubility.

F. Developing mastery Discuss sample problems. Discuss sample problems Presentation of data Presentation of their Presentation of their
(Leads to Formative (LM pp. 11-12 ) ( LM pp. 11-12 ) conclusions to the activity conclusions.
Assessment 3)
Does it supports or rejects
their hypothesis?
G. Finding practical Awareness in buying fake Knowledge about the Values Intergration: Discuss the uses and Health Awareness:
applications of concepts jewelleries and its effect to concentrations of alcohol in a Have the learners internalize development of Discuss the fats, LDL (Low
and skills in daily living one’s skin irritation solution this saying “ Walang malaking Thermometer in Science and density Lipoprotein or bad
nakapupuwing at walang Health cholesterol) in class and
70% solution maliit na nakakahirin” to their relate this to nature of
40% studies and in their life. https://prezi.com/qkwl9bcbl4 solutes solubility in water
99% (Teacher should follow up this mi/development-of-the- and temperature and its
saying in an optimistic way) thermometer/ effect to one’s health.
Also, emphasize the
Relate its percentage or importance of Exercise like
concentration composition in jogging, etc.
disinfection.
Say: Did you notice an oil
floating on top a pork
meal? Do you know what it
is? When it cools, what can
you see? Are you aware
that it can clog to our blood
vessels?

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http://www.cholesterolmen
u.com/cholesterol-levels-
chart/
H. Making If a jewellery is referred to as Labels of product sold often Dependent variable: An Let the learners generalize Let the learners exchange
generalizations and 24k. What does it mean? show the concentrations of outcome variable that is the effect of temperature in their activity result with
abstractions about the solutes expressed as % by measured each time dissolving some materials. their group mates.
lesson volume. the independent variable is Say: “The higher the Say: exchange papers with
changed. Control variable: temperature, the easy it can your group mates. Compare
Any other variable that may dissolved.” your result. Discuss it with
affect the outcome. If at all the group and make a
possible, these need to be kept general opinion about the
constant during the activity.
experiment.

I. Evaluating Learning What is the mass percent of The label of the 200ml rubbing The teacher can give a Give a short situational Evaluates students/group
sodium chloride (NaCl) in a alcohol that Mrs Herrera bought multiple choice test. multiple choice test. presentation using rubrics.
solution that is made by shows that is contains 40% ethyl
dissolving 2.35g of NaCl in alcohol. What is the volume of
7.45g of water (H2O). ethyl alcohol does the rubbing
alcohol contain?
Solution: %volume = volume
Gram solute (NaCl) = 2.35g solute/vol.sol’nx100
Gram solvent (H2O) = 7.45g 40%=volume
Gram solution = 9.80g solute/200mlx100%
Volume solute= 40%x200ml
%NaCl in solution = Vol. solute = 80ml ethyl alcohol
2.35g/9.80gx100
= 24.0%

## J. Additional activities for The teacher can give another

application for problem as their homework on
remediation how to get percent by mass for
learner’s familiarization and
further retention on the topic.

V. REMARKS

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VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation.
B. No. of learners who
activities for
remediation who scored
below 80%.
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No. of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson.
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?

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