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Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP)

Date: September 18, Learning Area: SCIENCE Grade Level: 8 Quarter:2nd Duration: 60 mins.
2019 Time:
11:00-12:00 /1:00-2:00
Explain how earthquake waves provide information about the
Learning Competencies interior of the earth. Code: S8ES-IIa-17
S8ES-IIa-17
Key Concepts/
Understandings to be  Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between faults and earthquakes
Developed
Objectives
Knowledge . Determine different layers of the earth.
Skills Differentiate their characteristics between the others.
Attitude Observe politeness at all times
Values Concern for others

Module I: EARTHQUAKES AND FAULTS


Content WHAT'S INSIDE THE EARTH
Learning Resources Science Learner's Module pp135-136
Procedures

Introductory Activity Recall how are earthquake related to tsunami

Activity Directions: Post the picture of the Layers of the Earth (LG 10 Pic10) using a dlp, examine the
parts as shown. Then discuss the concept on page 135-136 of the LM
Analysis How are earthquake related to tsunami?

The structure of Earth's deep interior cannot be studied directly. But geologists use seismic
(earthquake) waves to determine the depths of layers of molten and semi-molten material
within Earth. Because different types of earthquake waves behave differently when they
Abstraction
encounter material in different states (for example, molten, semi-molten, solid), seismic stations
established around Earth detect and record the strengths of the different types of waves and
the directions from which they came. Geologists use these records to establish the structure of
Earth's interior.
Compare the layers of the earth to a hard-boiled egg cut into half. Examine also an avocado cut
Application into half, can you notice the similarities?

1. How do seismic waves behave as it pass through different layers of the earth?
Assessment
2. Is using seismic data accurate in knowing layers of the earth?

Assignment List 5 names of typhoons you want to use by PAGASA and give your reasons why.
Concluding Activity Differentiate the epicenter of an earthquake from its focus

Remarks

Reflection