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LOG Teaching Dates and Time September 18, 2019/10:45-11:45 Quarter Third

A. Content Standards Demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics of Comets, Meteors, and Asteroid

Discus whether or not beliefs and practices about comets, meteors have scientific bases
B. Performances Standards
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives :
Objectives Write the LC code for each 1. Describe the changes that happen to a fragment from a comet or asteroid as it enters the Earth’s atmosphere
2. Explain in the relationship between a meteoroid, meteor, and meteorite
3. State the importance of hardwork and perseverance to achieve life’s goal

Content is what the lesson is all about. It pertains to the subject matter that the teacher aims to teach in the CG, the content can be tackled in week or two.
II. CONTENT Mmmmmm

List materials to be used in different days. Varied sources of materials sustain children’s interest in the lesson and in learning. Ensure that there is a mix of concrete and
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
manipulative materials as well as paper-based materials. Hands-on learning promotes concept development.
A. References
1.Teachers Guide pages 108
2. Learners Materials pages 666
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource
(LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDUREs
Daily routine:
- Prayer
- Greetings
- Checking of attendance
Review
A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the
 Who can recall of what we have discussed last meeting?
new lesson
- What are comet?
ELICIT
- What are the components of comets?
- Where do comets come from?
- How about asteroids, how can you define asteroid?
- Where does the asteroid belt located?
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson Motivation : similar but different
ENGAGE - The teacher distribute the pictures to the students. And they will identify the pictures by arranging the pictures according to the similarities of the image.
- The group with the correct answer and the most behaved wins the game.
C. Presenting examples/instances of  Based on the pictures that I give to you, what was our topic this morning?
the new lesson. Presentation of Objectives
ENGAGE - Ask the class to read the objectives posted on the board
Unlocking of difficulties
- The teacher post the following terminologies on the board: METEOROID, METEOR, AND METEORITE.
- Ask the students read the following terminologies posted on the board/ flash on the screen.
Those terms will be used in our discussion for us to understand more about the topic.
D. Discussing new concepts and Group activity
practicing new skills #1 - The students group into four. Each group must have a leader, secretary and a reporter
EXPLORE - The teacher present the rubrics for the group activity.
Content 5
Cooperation/Teamwork 5
Time Management 5
Presentation 5
Total 20

E. Discussing new concepts and - Each group give the different task to do
practicing new skills #2 Group 1: cut out the description and pictures of meteor, meteoroid, asteroid, and comet and glue them on the table.
EXPLORE Group 2 : write the number of each sentences in the correct place on the Venn diagram
Group 3: write the words from the word bank into the correct box
Group 4: place an “x” in the appropriate boxes to indicate characteristics of asteroids, comets, and meteor.
- The students give 10 minutes to do the activity.
- After the time given, presentation of the output per group.
F. Developing mastery  How did you find the activity?
(Leads to Formative Assessment)  What is comet?
EXPLAIN  Who can give an examples of comets? Why we have different comets? How comets are form?
 What is asteroids? How does asteroid form?
G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in - Since you already know the concept behind comets, asteroids and meteors, I will give another activity, same grouping.
daily living
ELABORATE
Using the table below, differentiate meteoroid from meteor and meteorite
Meteoroid Meteor Meteorite

- I will give you 5 minutes to do the activity


H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the The teacher will show a picture of a shooting star and will ask the students the following questions:
lesson
ELABORATE
 If you find a shooting star up in the sky, what would you do?
 What would you wish for?
 Do you think there is a connection between the occurrence of a shooting star and the realization of you dreams?
 What would you do to ensure that your dreams will come true?

“ Wishes do come true, if you work for it too”


I. Evaluating Learning Evaluation:
EVALUATE Get ¼ sheet of paper, choose the letter of the correct answer of the following questions below.
1. Which of the following heavenly bodies revolve around the sun.
a. Asteroid b. Meteorite c. Comet d. Satellite
2. A celestial body bigger than 10 m orbiting the Sun, mainly between Mars and Jupiter.
a. Asteroid b. Meteorite c. Comet d. Shooting stars
3. The part of a meteoroid or asteroid that survives the passage through our atmosphere and reaches the Earth’s surface.
a. Asteroid b. Meteorite c. Comet d. Fireball
4. An instrument used by astronomer to look for heavenly bodies in the sky.
a. Telescope b. Kaleidoscope c. Gyroscope d. Microscope
5. What NEO stands for?
a. near Earth office b. near Earth optics c. near Earth orbit d. near Earth objects

J. Additional activities for application or remediation Assignment:


EXTEND - Research on the internet or interview your relatives about their superstitious beliefs about comets, asteroids and meteors, write your answers on
a one half crosswise sheet of paper.

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTIONS
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 worked well? Why did these


work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
PREPARED BY: CHECKED BY:
NORESA E. ABAS ARTEMIO C. SADMON, Ed.D
Teacher School Head