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SCHOOL IlayaBarangkaIntegrated GRADELEVEL 9-Einstein School 8:10-9:00 TEACHER RizaO.Rosos
SCHOOL IlayaBarangkaIntegrated GRADELEVEL 9-Einstein
SCHOOL IlayaBarangkaIntegrated GRADELEVEL 9-Einstein

SCHOOL

IlayaBarangkaIntegrated

GRADELEVEL

9-Einstein

School

8:10-9:00

TEACHER

RizaO.Rosos

LEARNINGAREA

EarthandSpace

SUGGESTED

50-60minutes

QUARTER

Third

 

TIMEFRAME

(December5,2018;Wednesday)

I.OBJECTIVES

 
 

TheLearnersdemonstrateanunderstandingof:

 

A. Content Standards

understandingofvolcanoesfoundinthePhilippines.

 

B. Performance

Thelearnersshallbeableto:

 
 

Standards

1.

reducerisksandlesseneffectsofnaturalphenomenonsuchasvolcaniceruption.

 
 

TheLearnersshouldbeableto…

 

1.describethedifferenttypesofvolcanoes;S9ES-IIIa-25

 

C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Write the LC code for each

2.differentiatebetweenactiveandinactivevolcanoes;

S9ES-IIIa

Specifically,thelearnersshouldbeableto:

 

1. Describeanddifferentiateactivevolcanoeswithinactivevolcanoes.

 

2. AppreciatethenatureofvolcanoesfoundinthePhilippines.

 
 

3. Discussandclassifyvolcanoesasactive,dormantandinactive.

II.CONTENT

Volcano(ClassificationofVolcanoes)

 

III.LEARNINGRESOURCES

 

A.

References

ScienceLinksGrade9andScienceLearner’sMaterial

 

1. Teacher’s Guide pages

 

2.

Learner’s Materials

Unit3,pages240-241

pages

3.

Textbook pages

 

4.

Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 
   

B.

Other Learning

Resources

 
   

IV.PROCEDURES

 
 

Elicit:

PICTUREANALYSIS:

 

(Theactivitiesinthissection

-Theteacherwillshowapictureofthedifferenttypesofvolcanoesandthe

willevokeordrawoutprior

studentswillanswerwhetherShield,Composite,LavaDomeandCinder

conceptsorprior

Conevolcanoes.

 

A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson

experiencesfromthe

 

students)

students)  
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students)  
 
students)  
 

Engage:

4PICS1WORD

 

(Theactivitiesinthissection

Beginthelessonbyaskingthestudentsiftheyknowthe4Pics1Word

willstimulatestheirthinking

Game.Theyneedtoanalyzethefourgivensetofpicturesandguess

andhelpthemaccessand

thatonewordthatconnectsallofthem.

 

connectpriorknowledgeas

 

ajumpstarttothepresent

 
ajumpstarttothepresent      
ajumpstarttothepresent      
 
ajumpstarttothepresent      
 

B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

lesson)

ACTIVE

 

DORMANT

 

INACTIVE

Askthestudentabouttheclassificationsofvolcano.

C. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson

D.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills

#1

E.

Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills

#2

F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3)

G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living

H.

Making

generalizations and

abstractions about

the lesson

generalizations and abstractions about the lesson Explore: (Inthissection,students willbegiventimetothink,
Explore: (Inthissection,students willbegiventimetothink, plan,investigate,and organizecollected information;orthe
Explore:
(Inthissection,students
willbegiventimetothink,
plan,investigate,and
organizecollected
information;orthe
performanceofthe
planned/preparedactivities
fromthestudent’smanual
withdatagatheringwith
GuideQuestions)
withdatagatheringwith GuideQuestions) Explain: (Inthissection,students willbeinvolvedinan

Explain:

(Inthissection,students

willbeinvolvedinan

analysisoftheirexploration.

Theirunderstandingis

clarifiedandmodified

becauseofreflective

activities.Analysisofthe

gathereddataandresults

andbeabletoanswerthe

GuideQuestionsleadingto

thefocusconceptortopic

fortheday.)

Elaborate:

(Thissectionwillgive

studentstheopportunityto

expandandsolidify/

concretizetheir

understandingofthe

conceptand/orapplyittoa

real-worldsituation.)

conceptand/orapplyittoa real-worldsituation.) ACTIVITY3:CLASSIFICATIONOFVOLCANOES
conceptand/orapplyittoa real-worldsituation.) ACTIVITY3:CLASSIFICATIONOFVOLCANOES

ACTIVITY3:CLASSIFICATIONOFVOLCANOES

Procedures:Thestudentswillbedividedinto5groups.Theexampleof the volcanoeswiththesame set ofthenamesof willbedistributedevenlyto eachgroup.Thegroupwillclassifythemasactive,dormant,orinactive volcano.Usethetapetoarrangethevolcanoesintothecorresponding column.

ListofVolcanoesinthePhilippines:

Mt.Apo

Mt.Mariveles

Mt.Mayon

Mt.Isarog

Mt.Arayat

Mt.Bulusan

Mt.Labo

Mt.Taal

Mt.Kanlaon

Mt.Pinatubo

ACTIVE

DORMANT

INACTIVE

VOLCANOES

VOLCANOES

VOLCANOES

Ex.MT.MAYON

MT.APO

MT.ARAYAT

GuideQuestions:(Pickinabowl) 1. Willyougiveabriefdescriptionofwhatisactive,dormant,andinactive volcano?Pickoneofyouranswersamongthevolcanoesundereach columnsandexplainhowdoesitbecameanactive,dormant,orinactive volcano?

2.Chooseoneofyouranswerfromonecolumnandtransferittodifferent

column.Explainhowitcanbecomethatkindofvolcano.Whatmakesthe activevolcanodifferentfromthedormantvolcanoasidefromthe possibilityoferuptingagain?

3.Whydoyouthinkvolcanoesundertheinactivevolcanoesarenotgoingto

eruptagain?Isitsafetolivenearthesekindofvolcanoes?Why?

CLASSIFICATIONSOFVOLCANO ACTIVEVOLCANOES-Itisonethatiseruptingorhasshownsignsthatitmay eruptinthenearfuture. DORMANTVOLCANOES-Atypeofvolcanowhichhasnoteruptedforat

least2,000yearsbut,isexpectedtoeruptagain.

INACTIVEVOLCANOES-Atypeofvolcanowhichhasnoteruptedforatleast

10,000years.

DIDYOUKNOW? MountPinatubointhePhilippinesisanactive

volcanowhichhasanelevationof1,486metersandwaslocatedin

Zambales.Iteruptedin1991whichwasoneofthelargestrecordduringthe

20thcentury.Itejectedroughlytenbilliiontonsontothesurrounding

landscapeandmillionoftonsofsulfurdioxidegasintotheatmosphere.The

evacuationradiuswasincreasedto40kilometers.However,thevolcanicash

andrainfromTyphoonYunya,which hitatthesametime,formedheavymudsthat raineddownondenselypopulatedareas.

About200peoplediedfromcollapsedroofs.

QUESTIONS:

1)WhatkindofavolcanoistheMountPinatubo?

2)Whendiditerupted?Whataretherecordedcasualties?

3)Whydoyouthinkpeoplekeepsonlivingnearthevolcanoes?What

benefitscanwegetfromvolcanoes?

4)Howdovolcaniceruptionsaffectthesociety?

Direction:Supplythemissinginformationineachboxes.

VOLCANO DORMANT
VOLCANO
DORMANT
(Not erupted in recent times but atleast erupted once in human history)
(Not erupted
in
recent
times but
atleast
erupted
once
in
human
history)
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
(Erupt Frequently or have erupted recently or are in actioncurrently.)
(Erupt Frequently
or
have erupted
recently or are in
actioncurrently.)
ACTIVE (Erupt Frequently or have erupted recently or are in actioncurrently.) INACTIVE (Not erupted in humanhistory)
INACTIVE
INACTIVE
(Not erupted in humanhistory)
(Not erupted
in
humanhistory)
Evaluation: (Thissectionwillprovide opportunitiesforconcept Direction:Choosetheletterofthecorrectanswer. 1.Whatis
Evaluation:
(Thissectionwillprovide
opportunitiesforconcept
Direction:Choosetheletterofthecorrectanswer.
1.Whatis anopeninginEarth’scrustthroughwhichmoltenrock,rock
fragments,andhotgaseserupt.
checktestitemsandanswer
a.Volcano
b.Mountain
c.Lake
d.ChocolateHills
keywhicharealignedtothe
2.Whatisthemostactivevolcanointhephilippines?
learningobjectives–
a.Mt.Taal
b.Mt.Mayon
c.Mt.Kanlaon d.Mt.Bulusan
contentandperformance
standardsandaddress
I. Evaluating learning
3.What typeofvolcanowhichhasnoteruptedforatleast2,000yearsbut,
is expectedtoeruptagain.
misconceptions–ifany.)
a.Active
b.Inactive
c.Dormant
d.Extinct
4.What isonethatiseruptingorhasshownsignsthatitmayeruptinthe
nearfuture.
a.Active
b.Inactive
c.Dormant
d.Extinct
5.Whattypeofvolcanowhichhasnoteruptedforatleast10,000years.
a.Active
b.Inactive
c.Dormant
d.Extinct
Extend:
Makeamodelofavolcanowiththefollowingcriteria.
CRITERIA
1
2
3
4
5
J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation
(Thissectiongivessituation
CREATIVITY
thatexplainsthetopicina
COMPOSITIONANDCONTENT
newcontext,orintegrateit
RESOURCEFULNESS
toanotherdiscipline/
societalconcern.)
OVER-ALL
V.REMARKS
VI.REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for
remediation
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?

Preparedby:

Checkedby:

RIZAO.ROSOS

TeacherI

MARLOWELOUISF.FABUNAN

ScienceCoordinator/MasterTeacherII

Noteby:

GIGIG.BULLANDAY

SchoolPrincipal