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##  Investigate the relationship between the amount of force 1

applied and mass of the object to the change in the
object’s motion.
 Infer that when a body exerts a force on another, an 5
equal amount of force is exerted back on it.
 Demonstrate that when a body exerts a force on another, 8
an equal amount of force is exerted back on it.

motion .

##  Infer that circular motion requires the application of 13

constant force directed toward the center of the circle.

##  Identify situations in which work is done and in which no 16

work is done.
 Describe how work is related to power and energy. 18

##  Differentiate potential and kinetic energy. 21

 Relate speed and position of the object to the amount of 23
energy possessed by a body.
 Infer how the movement of particles of an object affects 25
the speed of sound through it .

##  Investigates the effect of temperature to speed of sound 27

through fair testing .

##  Demonstrate the existence of the color components of 30

visible light using a prism or diffraction grating.
 Explain the hierarchy of colors in relation to energy . 33

 Explain that red is the least bent and violet the most bent 35
according to their wavelengths or frequencies
 Differentiate between heat and temperature at the 38
molecular level.
 Infer the relationship between current and charge . 40

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parallel connections in homes .
 Differentiate electrical power and electrical energy . 45

##  Explain the functions of circuit breakers, fuses, earthing, 47

double insulation, and other safety devices in the home.

##  Using models or illustrations, explain how movements along 49

faults generate an earthquake.
 Differentiate the: Epicenter of an earthquake from its focus 52
;Intensity of an earthquake from its magnitude and
Active and inactive faults.
 Demonstrate how underwater earthquakes generate 55
tsunamis.

##  Explain how earthquake waves provide information about 58

the interior of the earth.
 Explain how typhoons develop. 61
 Infer why the Philippines is prone to typhoons . 65
 Explain how landmasses and bodies of water affect 69
typhoons.
 Trace the path of typhoons that enter the Philippine Area 72
of Responsibility (PAR) using a map and tracking data.

##  Compare and contrast comets, meteors, and asteroids. 76

 Predict the appearance of comets based on recorded 78
data of previous appearances.
 Explain the regular occurrence of meteor showers. 81

## III. QUARTER 3 MATTER

 Explain the properties of solids, liquids, and gases 84
based on the particle nature of matter .
 Explain physical changes in terms of the 86
arrangement and motion of atoms and molecules.
 Determine the number of protons, neutrons, and 89
electrons in a particular atom.
 Trace the development of the periodic table from 92
observations based on similarities in properties of
elements .

of an element.

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IV. QUARTER 4 LIVING THINGS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT

##  Explain how diseases of the digestive system are 102

prevented, detected, and treated.
 Identify healthful practices that affect the digestive 105
system.
 Compare mitosis and meiosis, and their role in the cell- 111
division cycle.
 Explain the significance of meiosis in maintaining the 118
chromosome number.
 Predict phenotypic expressions of traits following simple 122
patterns of inheritance.
 Explain the concept of a species. 127

##  Classify organisms using the hierarchical taxonomic 129

system.
 Explain the advantage of high biodiversity in maintaining 133
the stability of an ecosystem.

##  Describe the transfer of energy through the trophic 136

levels.
 Analyze the roles of organisms in the cycling of materials. 140

##  Explain how materials cycle in an ecosystem. 144

 Suggest ways to minimize human impact on the 147
environment.