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TEACHER Mrs. Helen Grace L.

Cabalag GRADE LEVEL Ten (10)


LEARNING AREA Science UNIT II Force, Motion and Energy
QUARTER First MODULE 1 Electromagnetic Spectrum
DAILY
DATE August 8, 2017 Tuesday DATE August 9, 2017 Wednesday
LESSON
LOG SECTIONS Fibonacci, Pascal , Napier SECTIONS Newton & Gauss

I. OBJECTIVES
The learners demonstrate an understanding of:
A. Content Standards
The different regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
B. Performance Standards
S10FE-IIab-b-47
Compare the relative wavelengths of different forms of electromagnetic waves.

C. Learning Competencies/ Specifically:


Objectives LC code for each 1. Determine the contribution of the scientists in the discovery of
electromagnetic waves;
2. Construct a graphic organizer/concept web about EM waves; and
3. Recognize possible sources of EM waves.
II. CONTENT ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher's Guide Pages P. 120-121
2. Learners Guide Pages p. 145-147
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource
(LR)Portal

B. Other Learning Resources


IV. PROCEDURES
Would you be ready if an Earthquake hit tomorrow? Take this quiz to test your
knowledge in the event one happens near you.
1. When indoors during an earthquake, the safest place to be is:
A. Reviewing previous lesson
Under a sturdy piece of furniture In a doorway In a bedroom
or
2. If you are outside during an earthquake you should seek shelter in a
presenting the new lesson
building. True False
3. The most common hazard after an earthquake is:
Fire Sewer back-up Tsunami
We are surrounded with thousands of waves. Waves collide with our bodies and
B. Establishing a purpose for some pass through us. Most of these waves are invisible but we can perceive
the some. The warmth of the sun and the light that we see are just a few of them.
lesson These waves share similar characteristics, yet, they are unique in some ways.
These waves are called Electromagnetic Waves.
Post the words ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES on the board. Ask the students to
identify the three words that you can get once you split the words.
C. Presenting
Possible answers: ELECTRO, MAGNETIC, WAVES
examples/instances of
the new lesson
Then, ask the students to think of words that they can relate to each word.
(Electricity/electron for ELECTRO, magnet for MAGNETIC, wave for WAVES.
D. Discussing new concepts Students will be divided into five groups. Using the reading text provided by the
and teacher, each group will make a comic strips of the contributions of the following
practicing new skills #1 scientists.
A. Ampere
B. Faraday
C. Hertz
D. Maxwell
E. Oersted
E. Discussing new concepts After that, use the ff. guide questions in processing the concepts for the day:
and What is the contribution of each scientist in the discovery of EM
practicing new skills #2 waves?
F. Developing mastery Answers to the question should be solicited from the students:
(Leads to
Assessment 3) A. Ampere unit for current was named after him
B. Faraday he discovered electromagnetic induction.
C. Hertz he discovered radio waves.
D. Maxwell he formulated the electromagnetic theory
E. Oersted he discovered that electricity can create magnetism.
Electromagnetic waves are everywhere. Can you think of possible sources of EM
G. Finding practical waves? (cellphones, transmitters, suns rays etc.)
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
Ask questions that would elicit the ff. concepts:
Accelerating electrons produce electromagnetic waves. These waves
are a combination of electric and magnetic fields. A changing magnetic field
produces an electric field and a changing electric field produces a magnetic
H. Making generalizations field. As accelerated electrons produce an electric field of a wave, the varying
and electric field produces the waves magnetic field. Both the electric field and the
abstraction about the magnetic field oscillate perpendicular to each other and to the direction of the
lesson propagating wave.
For objective no. 1, use formative assessment:
Write the name of the scientist who is related to the ff. keywords:
1. Radio waves discovery (HERTZ)
2. Electromagnetic theory (MAXWELL)
3. Electromagnetic induction (FARADAY)

For objective no. 2, use the ff. rubrics:


3 pts- comic strip is well done, complete and with accurate information
2 pts- comic strip is complete and with accurate information
I. Evaluate learning 1 pt- comic strip is complete and but with inaccurate information
I. Additional activities for Using the letters in the words ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES, make a mnemonic
application or remediation device so that you can easily remember the concept.

V. ASSIGNMENT
VI. REMARKS
VII. REFLECTION

Grade Level/ Section


Fibonacci Pascal Newton Napier Gauss
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional 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 work 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 can share with other
teachers?
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