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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region I
San Fernando City
La Union

ACTIVITY SHEETS IN DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN


THE SOCIAL SCIENCE HUMSS 11
1ST QUARTER, WEEK 1 - 2

MELC: Differentiate the nature and functions of Social Science


disciplines with the natural sciences and humanities
 K to 12 BEC CG: (HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-1)
(HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-2)

Objectives: At the end of the session the learners will be able to:
1. Define Social Science and Natural Science as part of society;
2. Categorize the terms whether they are related to social science or natural science; and
3. Compare and contrast the nature and functions of Social Science and Natural Science.

Prepared by:

PEDIMOR DOLOR CABANSAG


SHS Teacher III

Name: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________


Grade/Section: _____________________________________________ Score: ____________

Title of the Activity: Defining Concepts of Social Science from Natural Science!

Most Essential Learning Competency: Differentiate the nature and functions of Social
Science discipline with natural science and humanities.
 K to 12 BEC CG: (HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-1) (HUMSS_DISS 11 –
IIIa-2)

Directions: Crossword Puzzle: Complete the puzzle by identifying what is


referred to given in the Across and Down clues.

2
S
1
P E M E A
C

5 4
D
3
C U T R
I Y V

N
C O
6
E P E P E

ACROSS DOWN
1. Something extraordinary or 2. Group of people having the same
surprising. culture, tradition, goals and
3. A particular set of norms, objectives.
traditions and codes. 4. gradual change.
6. Group of human beings linked by 5. body of facts learned by study or
common interest. experiences.

Directions: Checking Concepts: Check the circle to the correct definition


of each word/s.
SOCIAL SCIENCE It attempts to explain environmental phenomena.
It attempts to explain community behavior.
NATURAL SCIENCE Deals with the physical world.

Deals with human relationships.


SOCIAL SCIENCE It sub branches includes physics, chemistry, astronomy etc.

It sub branches includes economics, politics, geography etc.


NATURAL SCIENCE In terms of methods it uses scientific method as well as other
methods.

It always uses scientific method in investigating.


SOCIAL SCIENCE It focuses more on issues such as crimes, poverty, corruption
etc.

Focuses mainly on the laws of nature and the physical world.

Directions: Mystery Scrambles: Rearrange the words to find the correct


examples under each set.

Mystery Set #1: Social Science Clue word


1. IHYSORT: _______________________________ Historia
2. EAOHGRYGP: _______________________________ Geographia
3. OSCYOGIOL: _______________________________ Society
4. OINMSCECO: _______________________________ oikonomia
5. PATNYHGOLOOR: _______________________________ Anthropos

Mystery Set #2: Natural Science Clue word


1. YHCSSPI: _______________________________ matter & energy
2. ILOGBYO: _______________________________ living organism
3. YZOOLGO: _______________________________ animal life
4. ROSNAYOMT: _______________________________ universe
5. OLGGOYE: _______________________________ earth materials

Name: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________


Grade/Section: _____________________________________________ Score: ____________
Title of the Activity: Comparing Concepts of Social Science and Natural Science!

Most Essential Learning Competency: Differentiate the nature and functions of Social
Science discipline with natural science and humanities.
 K to 12 BEC CG: (HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-1) (HUMSS_DISS 11 –
IIIa-2)

Directions: General Comparison - Complete the table below by comparing


social science with natural science.

Social Science Natural Science


DEFINITION

NATURE 1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.
SCOPE 1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.
BRANCHES 1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.

Directions: Comparing Concepts – Use the concepts learned from Social


and Natural sciences to explain their similarities and differences in 3-5
sentences.

Social Science versus Natural Science

Social Science Natural Science

_______________ _______________
_______________ _______________
_______________ How are they How are they _______________
alike? different?
Directions: Venn Diagram –Complete the diagram below by supplying the
concepts you have learned about Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. On
spaces below the diagram, explain briefly how both Social and Natura
Sciences are interrelated.

Social Science Natural Science

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Name: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________
Grade/Section: _____________________________________________ Score: ____________

Title of the Activity: Comparing Concepts of Social Science and Natural Science!

Most Essential Learning Competency: Differentiate the nature and functions of Social
Science discipline with natural science and humanities.
 K to 12 BEC CG: (HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-1) (HUMSS_DISS 11 –
IIIa-2)

Directions: Essay – Explain in a 100-word essay the difference and


similarities of social science and natural science.

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Directions: Reflection Paper – Synthesize the concepts and the


insights you have learned about Social and Natural Sciences. Use the
Guide Questions for you essay.

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Guide Questions:
1. What is social science and how can it be used to study and understand society?
2. What is natural science and how can be used in our daily lives?

Directions: Journal Paper – Make a journal about your learnings


and concepts, realizations and insights learned for the week.
You may sight examples to support your ideas.

Journal Page

In this lesson, I learned that,


Name: ____________________________________________ Date: _____________
Grade/Section: _____________________________________________ Score: ____________

Title of the Activity: Comparing Concepts of Social Science and Natural Science!

Most Essential Learning Competency: Differentiate the nature and functions of Social
Science discipline with natural science and humanities.
 K to 12 BEC CG: (HUMSS_DISS 11 – IIIa-1) (HUMSS_DISS 11 –
IIIa-2)

Directions: Comic Strip: Draw a comic strip illustrating the concepts


of social sciences and natural sciences.

 Content 50%
 Creativity Humor 40%
 Overall Impact 10%
Directions: I-awit mo!Sing-it: In a group of 2-3 (groupings are from
the same barangay) compose a jingle, a rap or a cover song depicting
the learnings about the concept of social science and natural science.
The piece should not be exceeding three (3) minutes. Present it in a
video format.

Directions: Picture ClipArt. Compile magazine/newspaper clippings


or you can make your own drawing or manifestations on the
comparison and differences regarding the concepts of social science and natural
science.

Picture

Explanation:

Answer Key:
Simple Activities
Crossword Puzzle
Across: Below:
1 – Phenomena 2 – Society
3 – Culture 4 – Develop
5 – Science 6 - People
Checking Concepts
Social Science – It attempts to explain community behavior
Natural Science – Deals with the physical world
Social Science – It sub branches includes economics, politics, geography etc.
Natural Science – It always uses scientific method in investigating
Social Science – It focuses more on issues such as crimes, poverty and corruption
Mystery Concepts
Mystery Set #1 Mystery Set #2
1. History 1. Physics
2. Geography 2. Biology
3. Sociology 3. Zoology
4. Economics 4. Astronomy
5. Anthropology 5. Geology

Moderate Activities
Social Science Natural Science
- Deals with the behavior of society - A body of knowledge that deals with
(High, 2016) matter, energy and their interactions
(Webster)
- The nature of social science is a - The nature of natural science is
combination of various human concerned with the description,
disciplines prediction and understanding of the
nature or environment.
- It is a soft science - It is a hard science
- Its sub branches are Anthropology, - It sub branches are Physics,
History, Economics, Sociology, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and
Political Science, Psychology, Earth Science etc (Bhagat, 2018)
Geography (Encylopedia Britannica,
2019)
(Both activities listed will be based on the given rubrics)
Challenging Activities
Activities will be graded based on the given rubrics
Enrichment Activities
Activities will be graded based on the given rubrics

Rubrics
Comparing Concepts and Venn Diagram

CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Purpose & The paper compares The paper compares The paper compares The paper compares
Supporting and contrasts items and contrasts items and contrasts items or contrasts, but does
clearly. The paper clearly, but the clearly, but the not include both. There
Details points to specific supporting information supporting information is no supporting
examples to illustrate is general. The paper is incomplete. The information or support
the comparison. The includes only the paper may include is incomplete.
paper includes only the information relevant to information that is not
information relevant to the comparison. relevant to the
the comparison. comparison.
Organization & The paper breaks the The paper breaks the The paper breaks the Many details are not in
Structure information into whole- information into whole- information into whole- a logical or expected
to-whole, similarities - to-whole, similarities - to-whole, similarities - order. There is little
to-differences, or point- to-differences, or point- to-differences, or point- sense that the writing
by-point structure. It by-point structure but by-point structure, but is organized.
follows a consistent does not follow a some information is in
order when discussing consistent order when the wrong section.
the comparison. discussing the Some details are not in
comparison. a logical or expected
order, and this
distracts the reader.

Transitions The paper moves The paper moves from Some transitions work The transitions
smoothly from one one idea to the next, well; but connections between ideas are
idea to the next. The but there is little between other ideas unclear or nonexistent.
paper uses variety. The paper are fuzzy.
comparison and uses comparison and
contrast transition contrast transition
words to show words to show
relationships between relationships between
ideas. The paper uses ideas.
a variety of sentence
structures and
transitions.

Grammar & Writer makes no errors Writer makes 1-2 Writer makes 3-4 Writer makes more
Spelling in grammar or spelling errors in grammar or errors in grammar or than 4 errors in
that distract the reader spelling that distract spelling that distract grammar or spelling
(Conventions) from the content. the reader from the the reader from the that distract the reader
content. content. from the content.

(NCTE/IRA, 2004)

For Essay, Journal and Reflection Paper

Features 4 3 2 1

Expert Accomplished
Capable Beginner
Quality of Piece was Piece was written
Piece had Piece had no
Writing written in an in an interesting
little style or style or voice
extraordinary style and voice
voice
style and voice Gives no new
Somewhat Gives some information
Very informative and new and very poorly
informative organized information organized
and well- but poorly
organized organized
Grammar, Virtually no Few spelling and A number of So many
Usage & spelling, punctuation spelling, spelling,
Mechanics punctuation or errors, minor punctuation punctuation
grammatical grammatical or and
errors errors grammatical grammatical
errors errors that it
interferes with
the meaning

Comic Strip/Clip Art:

 Content 50%
 Creativity Humor 40%
 Overall Impact 10%
I-awit mo:
Criteria Description Points Points
Obtained
Content Originality 10
Organization Organized with no deviation
5
from the topic
Presentation The Presentation is clear
with use of effective audio 5
and visual effects
TOTAL 20

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