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UNPACKING OF STANDARDS FOR UNDERSTANDING

SUBJECT: SCIENCE 7 CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD COMPETENCIES


QUARTER: FIRST The learners demonstrate the The learners shall be able to The learners should be able to:
understanding of scientific ways of perform in groups in guided
TOPICS: solving problems investigations involving 1. Define Science.
 BRANCHES OF community-based problems using 2. Recognize the interdisciplinary nature of science.
SCIENCE locally available materials. 3. Differentiate between science and technology.
 SCIENTIFIC METHOD 4. Cite example on how science and technology
influence our lives and environment.
WRITER: 5. Critically analyze the value of science.
ANGELICA PROVIDO - 6. Analyze the scientific bases for some superstitious
PULGAN beliefs.
7.Describe the desirable traits of a scientist.
8. Identify and describe the components of a scientific
investigation.

KEY NOUNS IN BIG IDEAS BIG IDEAS ESSENTIAL ESSENTIAL


UNDERSTAND (EU) QUESTIONS (EQ)
 Branches of Science  Investigations Students will understand Students will keep
 Scientific Ways  Community-based that… considering the following
 Solving Problems problems 1. Science considered as questions…
a systematic and orderly 1. Why is science
body of knowledge considered a systematic
because it follows a and orderly body of
definite steps or knowledge?
procedure (scientific
method) to answer a 2. Is science good or bad?
problem or a question.

2. Science is neither good 3. The Philippines is a


nor bad. It is in the way it developing country that is
is used that it becomes in need of scientists for its
beneficial or harmful. advancement and
progress.
3. The Philippines is a
developing country that is 4. What is meant by
in need of scientists for interdisciplinary nature of
its advancement and science?
progress.
5. What is the importance
4. Science is of developing scientific
interdisciplinary in traits? How will it help
nature. It coexists with you as a person?
and encompasses
different branches of 6. How important is
science. keeping a record of data
before, during and after an
5. It is imperative for all experimentation?
people to develop the
scientific attitude and
values.

6. Keeping a record of
data before, during, and
after experimentation is
important because it
allows one to make
complete and good
analysis.

HIGHEST ORDER VERB TRANSFER GOAL


IN
Students will on their own
 Asses how can one use the scientific method to
contribute to the school/community.
TRANSFER TASK
Situation: As a student of CIC, think of an existing problem in your school (ex. Garbage, noise, assignments, projects, etc.,) which you can apply the scientific method
to develop solutions. You will present to all students, faculty and staff of CIC. You will be rated according to content, relevance, and presentation.

Goal: The goal is to apply scientific method to the existing problem in school.
Role: Researcher
Audience: CIC Community
Situation: ICL period on a regular class day.
Product: Community problem solved through scientific method.
Standard: Knowledge in Scientific Method, Interest in the Project, Knowledge about the Project.
ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS IN RUBRIC/CRITERIA FOR
TRANSFER TASK
 Knowledge in Scientific Method
 Interest in the Project
 Knowledge about the Project

SCORING RUBRIC
OBJECTIVES Outstanding Work (4pts.) Acceptable Work (3pts.) Needs Some Work (2pts.) Needs Lots of Work (1pt.)
Can explain all the steps of Can explain at least 5 steps of Can explain most steps of the Tries to answer questions
1. Shows knowledge of the scientific methods done in the the scientific method with scientific method with the and/or has some steps
Scientific Method science project and justify understanding. help of notes, references, etc. missing.
conclusion
2. Shows enthusiasm and interest Student is eager to tell all Student is pleasant and willing Student answers some about Student tells about the project
in the project about the project. to share information. the project. only when asked a question

3. Speaks knowledgeably about Student is able to share many Student shows an Student knows about the Student can answer some
the project details about the project understanding of the project. project and offers minimal questions when asked.
through scientific process. explanation.
UNPACKING OF STANDARDS FOR UNDERSTANDING

SUBJECT: MATH 4 CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE COMPETENCIES


QUARTER: FIRST STANDARD
The learners…. The learners are able to … The learners should be able to:
TOPICS: Numbers and
Number Sense 1. Demonstrate an understanding of 1. Read and write, compare 1. Visualize numbers up to 100 000 with emphasis on
the concept of a number notation and arrange numbers through numbers 10 001 – 100 000.
1.1 Reading and Writing and place value of numbers up to 100 000 and round off
Numbers 100 000. numbers to the nearest 2. Give the place value and value of a digit in numbers up to
thousands and ten thousands. 100 000.
1.2 Place Value and Rounding
off Numbers 3. Read and write numbers up to hundred thousand in
symbols and in words.
1.3 Addition and Subtraction
of Large Numbers 4. Rounds number to the nearest thousand and ten thousand.

1.4 Solving Word Problems 5. Solve routine and non-routine problems involving
addition and subtraction of whole numbers including
WRITER: money using appropriate problem solving strategies and
ANGELICA PROVIDO - tools.
PULGAN
KEY NOUNS IN BIG IDEAS BIG IDEAS ESSENTIAL ESSENTIAL
UNDERSTAND (EU) QUESTIONS (EQ)
 Place Value  Read and Write Students will understand Students will keep
 Number Notation Numbers that… considering the following
 Concept  Compare and arrange 1. a logical system of using questions…
Numbers numbers equates with easier 1. Why do we need to
 Rounding off Numbers management of quantities and have logical system of
amounts. quantifying amounts,
and encompasses different properties and things?
branches of science.
2. Why does one need to
2. skills in addition and be skillful in adding and
subtraction are essential in subtracting in the
managing resources. management of resources
(e.g. money)?
3. journey to a successful life
is flavored by gaining (or 3. How do you relate
addition) and losing (or addition and subtraction to
subtraction). the ups and downs of life?
HIGHEST ORDER VERB TRANSFER GOAL
IN
Students will be able to independently use their
learning to…

1. use numbers logically to manage quantities and


amounts that they have in life.
2. apply their mathematical skills in managing their
resources (allowance).
3. accept that life’s journey is full of ups and downs.
TRANSFER TASK
Situation: Create your own scrapbook stating specific instances in your life how addition and subtraction became a part of it. Each student shall present the output in
front of the class. You will be graded according to the content, aesthetic appeal, and persuasion.

Goal: The goal is to apply addition and subtraction in our life.


Role: Designer
Audience: Grade VI pupils.
Situation: ICL period on a regular class day.
Product: Scrapbook
Standard: Content, Aesthetic appeal, and Persuasion.
ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS IN RUBRIC/CRITERIA FOR
TRANSFER TASK
 Content
 Aesthetic appeal
 Persuasion.
SCORING RUBRIC

4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point


Contains the needed Contains needed information Contains required information Most of the content are not
Content information backed up with partially backed up with but not properly backed with necessary.
mathematics skills mathematics skills math skills

Aesthetic Appeal Shows creativity in the Shows creativity in the The scrapbook lacks creativity The scrapbook and
scrapbook, and is neat and scrapbook and overall but presentation is good presentation have problems.
clean. The presentation is fun presentation acceptable enough.
to view and to listen to. enough.
Persuasion The message is clear, credible, The message is clear with The message is clear enough The message is not logical
and on point and it presents unclear points but presents the but has problem on presenting and lacks credibility.
the necessity of the problem at necessity to address the the necessity of the problem.
hand. problem at hand.
UNPACKING OF STANDARDS FOR UNDERSTANDING

SUBJECT: SCIENCE 6 CONTENT STANDARD PERFORMANCE STANDARD COMPETENCIES


QUARTER: FIRST The learners demonstrate The learners should be able to… The learners should be able to…
understanding of…
TOPICS: Mixture and their 1. separate desired materials from 1. describe the appearance and uses of uniform and
Characteristics 1. different types of mixtures and common and local products. non-uniform mixtures.
their characteristics.
1.1 Homogenous and 2. enumerate techniques in separating mixtures such as
Heterogeneous mixtures 2. different techniques to separate decantation, evaporation, filtration, sieving, and
mixtures using magnet.
2. Separating Mixtures
3. tell the benefits of separating mixtures in the
WRITER: community.
ANGELICA PROVIDO -
PULGAN
KEY NOUNS IN BIG IDEAS BIG IDEAS ESSENTIAL ESSENTIAL
UNDERSTAND (EU) QUESTIONS (EQ)
 Mixtures  Separate Students will understand Students will keep
 Characteristics  Common that… considering the following
 Techniques  Local Products questions…
 Separate Mixtures 1. Mixture exist in nature.
It makes us realize that 1. Why is forming
we all live in a mixture mixtures important?
and that we depend on
mixtures to survive, from 2. How can knowledges
the air to the water. about mixtures help in
one’s everyday life?
2.
3. How useful are
common mixtures found
at home and in
environment?

4. How can certain


mixtures become harmful
to humans and to the
environment?

5. What are the benefits of


separating mixtures?
6. In what everyday
circumstances are the
techniques of separating
mixtures applied?
HIGHEST ORDER VERB
IN TRANSFER GOAL

Students on their own will assess the importance and


uses of mixtures applied in everyday circumstances.

TRANSFER TASK
Situation: You are a young entrepreneur who wants to venture in a small food business. You will open a food stall during a school’s Foundation Day celebration.
With your group make a plan by listing down the food items that you want to serve and the ingredients and procedures needed to prepare them. Your menu may
include drinks like juice, gulaman and sago, and fruit shake. You may also include snacks items like sandwich, spaghetti, or pizza. A panel consisting of teachers and
pupils of the school will watch you as you demonstrate the preparation of the food items that you will sell. Set aside samples for free tasting. Sell your products
during the school event. You will be graded according to measurement, procedure, taste, write-up, cooperation.

Goal: The goal is to showcase the uses of mixtures applied in our lives.
Role: Entrepreneur
Audience: Grade VI pupils, faculty
Situation: ICL period on a regular class day.
Product: Food items
Standard: Measurement, Procedure, Taste, Write-up, Cooperation.

ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS IN RUBRIC/CRITERIA FOR


TRANSFER TASK

 Measurement
 Procedure
 Taste
 Write-up
 Cooperation.
SCORING RUBRIC
Criteria 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
The pupils accurately measure The pupils inaccurately The pupils inaccurately The pupils inaccurately
Measurement all the ingredients measure some of the measure many of the measure all of the ingredients.
ingredients. ingredients.
Appropriate procedures are Appropriate procedures are Appropriate procedures are Inappropriate procedures are
Procedure used and followed. used, but some steps are not used, but are not followed. used.
followed.
The product suits the taste of The product suits the taste of The product suits the taste of The product does not suit the
Taste all the members of the panel. most members of the panel. some members of the panel taste of any member of the
panel.
The write-up for the Some procedures are missing Many procedures are missing The write-up contains unclear
Write-Up procedures is clear and in the write-up. in the write-up. and incomplete procedures.
complete.
All group members exert effort One or two members do not Three or four members do not Five or more members do not
Cooperation in the task. exert effect in the task. exert effort in the task. exert effort in the task.