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MELC SCIENCE 4 - BOW

QUARTER 1
GRADE FOUR SCIENCE

Week of the
Quarter/Grading Most Essential Learning Competencies Sub Tasks
Period
Classify materials based on the ability to absorb water, float , sink, 1. Describe and classify materials based on the ability to
undergo decay S4MT-Ia-1 absorb water S4MT-Ia-1.1
2. Using Venn Diagram, compare the characteristics of
materials which do not absorb water and materials
which absorb water S4MT-Ia-1.2
3. Identify and describe materials that float and sink
Q1 Week 1 S4MT-Ia-1.3
4. Design a game which will facilitate classification of
materials based on its ability to float or sink
S4MT-Ia-1.4
5. Define decay materials and desscribe materials that
undergo change S4MT-Ia-1.5
SUMMATIVE TEST
Q1 Week 2 Describe changes in solid materials when they are bent, pressed, 1. Identify and describe ways of changing solid materials in
hammered, or cut S4MT-Ie-f-5 terms of size, shape, texture, etc… S4MT-Ie-f-5.1
2. Describe what happens to solid materials when bent
S4MT-Ie-f-5.2
3. Describe what happens to solid materials when pressed
S4MT-Ie-f-5.3
4. Differentiate changes in materials when bent or pressed
S4MT-Ie-f-5.4
Q1 Week 3 5. Describe what happens to solid materials when
hammered S4MT-Ie-f-5.5
6. Describe what happens to solid materials when cut
S4MT-Ie-f-5.6
7. Differentiate changes in materials when hammered or
cut S4MT-Ie-f-5.7
8. Demonstrate how materials may undergo change by
bending, pressing, hammering and cutting
S4MT-Ie-f-5.8
9. Group materials based on its ability to be bent, pressed,
hammered and cut S4MT-Ie-f-5.9
10. Make an artwork using bent, pressed, hammered and
cut materials S4MT-Ie-f-5.10
SUMMATIVE TEST
Q1 Week 4 Describe changes in properties of materials when exposed to 1. Infer changes in the properties of solid materials
certain conditions such as temperature or when mixed with other S4MT-Ig-h-6.1
materials S4MT-Ig-h-6 2. Describe what happens to materials when heated
S4MT-Ig-h-6.2
3. Describe what happens to materials when cooled
S4MT-Ig-h-6.3
4. Describe what happens to solid materials when mixed
with other solid materials S4MT-Ig-h-6.4
5. Identify the effect of mixing two solid materials
Q1 Week 5 S4MT-Ig-h-6.5
6. Describe what happens to solid materials when mixed
with liquid materials S4MT-Ig-h-6.6
7. identify the effect of mixing solid and liquid materials
S4MT-Ig-h-6.7
8. Describe what happens when two liquid materials are
mixed S4MT-Ig-h-6.8
9. Describe the changes in the different materials when
exposed to different temperature S4MT-Ig-h-6.9
10. Prepare a fruit-veggie juice out of locally available
fruits and vegetables S4MT-Ig-h-6.10
SUMMATIVE TEST
Q1 Week 6 Identify changes in materials whether useful or harmful to one’s 1. Identify changes in the materials that are useful and
environment S4MT-Ii-j-7 harmful to the environment S4MT-Ii-j-7.1
2. Determine whether the changes in the materials is
harmful or useful in the environment S4MT-Ii-j-7.2
3. Describe the harmful effects of the changes in the
materials to the environment S4MT-Ii-j-7.3
4. Describe beneficial effects of the changes in the materials
S4MT-Ii-j-7.4
Q1 Week 7 5. Suggest ways of preventing/minimizing the harmful
effects of the changes in the materials to the
environment S4MT-Ii-j-7.5
6. Suggest ways to improve the useful effects of the
changes in materials S4MT-Ii-j-7.6
7. Make a graphic organizer on the beneficial effects of the
changes in the materials S4MT-Ii-j-7.7
8. Prepare a table showing the list of medicine/foods found
at home, in school or in the community with the required
storage temperature S4MT-Ii-j-7.8
9. Cite ways on how food and medicine are affected by
changes in temperature S4MT-Ii-j-7.9
SUMMATIVE TEST