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Republic of the Philippines

City of Taguig

Taguig City University


Gen. Santos Avenue, Central Bicutan, Taguig City

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

HUBBLE CLASSIFICATION SCHEME


(Detailed Lesson Plan)

Submitted by:
Lady Joy M. Malizon
BSE- SCI A-41 (AM)

Submitted to:
Dr. Jenifer E. Tolang

Republic of the Philippines


City of Taguig

Taguig City University


Gen. Santos Avenue, Central Bicutan, Taguig City

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
I.

Objectives
At the end of the lesson, at least 85% of the student have mastery level to:
a. name the man behind the classification scheme;
b. characterize the four types of Hubble classification scheme; and
c. illustrate the classification of galaxy.

II.

Subject Matter
A. Topic: Hubble Classification Scheme
B. Materials: Manila paper, pentel pen, illustration
C. Reference:
Bhattadarya, A.B., Joardar, S., & Bhattadarya, R. (2008).
Astronomy and Astrophysics. Massachusetts: Infinity Science Press
LLC.
Karttuner, H., Kroger, H.,Oja, H., Poutanen, M., & Donner, K. J.
(2007). Fundamental Astronomy. New York: Springer (5 th Ed.)
Morison, Ian. (2008). Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology.
United Kingdom: A John Wiley and Sons.

III.

Procedure

Teachers Activity

Students Activity

A. Daily routine
1. Greetings
Good morning class!

Good Morning Maam!

2. Prayer
Let us pray

(One student will lead the prayer)

3. Checking of attendance
Say present as I call your name.

( A student will raise his/her hand


and say present upon hearing
his/her name)

4. Classroom management
Please pick up the pieces of paper under
your chair

(The students will pick up the pieces


of paper around them)

B. Motivation
Before we continue with our lesson, I made
here a puzzle and then look for the words that
are familiar to you. Then, encircle the words
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(Some students will answer the


puzzle)

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So the words are: Milky way, Edwin Hubble,


elliptical, spiral and galaxy
C. Lesson Proper
Who was responsible for the classification of
galaxy?
Who is Edwin Hubble?

What are those classification scheme?

Edwin Hubble

Edwin Hubble was an American


astronomer who developed a
classification scheme of galaxies in
1926.

The first one is the spiral galaxy. It


has an outstretched, curving arms

suggestive of a whirlpool or a
pinwheel.
And the example of this is NGC 3310.What do
you notice on the figure?

The disk of the galaxy contains the


spiral arms.

The disk is a region of star formation and has a


great deal of gas and dust.

Figure 1
The next one is?

NGC 1365 is an example of this galaxy. What


can you say?

There are distinct dark lanes of obscuring dust


in the bar pointing toward the bulge.

The second one is the barred-spiral


galaxy. It shows the same spiral
structure as normal spirals and also
a prominent bar through the
nucleus.

The spiral arms emerge from the


end of the bar."

Figure 2

Third one is the elliptical galaxy. It


shows no spiral structure and can
vary from almost round to almost
cigar shaped.

Third one is the?

M87 is an example of this galaxy. It has very


little gas and dust. It contains the old and red
stars.

Figure 3
What is the last one?

Last one is irregular galaxy. It is


neither spiral nor elliptical and has
any number of shapes.
It is the product of two galaxies
colliding to each other.

Why do you think it has irregular shape?

Example of this is M82. This is a very luminous


galaxy. It is a star-burst galaxy.

Figure 4

D. Generalization
Who developed the classification of galaxies?
In what year?

How are the galaxies classified?

Edwin Hubble
1926

Galaxies are classified according to


their shape.

Those are the spiral, barred-spiral,


elliptical and irregular galaxy.

IV.

Evaluation
In a crosswise yellow pad paper, enumerate and describe the classification of
galaxies.

1.
2.
3.
4.
V.

Spiral galaxy- it has an outstretched curving arms.


Barred-spiral galaxy- it has spiral arms emerged from the end of the bar.
Elliptical galaxy- it has a round shaped.
Irregular galaxy- it is not spiral nor elliptical.
Assignment
In a short bond paper, illustrate the Hubble tuning-fork diagram.