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CLASS PRAYER
Heavenly Father,

You hold each of us in your loving hands.
Come fill our hearts, minds and bodies afresh with hope.
Help us to cast our worries upon you, so that we can
embrace our learning today.
Bless us as we study and grow together.
Come and anoint those who teach and tutor us to be
bringers of insight and knowledge.
Lord, watch over us all, keep us safe within your Almighty
hand.
Amen.
COUNTING SHEEPS

ELICIT

P h o t o s y nt h e s i s

A process in which sunlight


energy is used to make glucose.
ELICIT

Photosynthesis in pictures
PICTURE ANALYSIS

Formulate a sentence to
describe the relationship
of light and
photosynthesis.

ELICIT

Photosynthesis in a song
SONG ANALYSIS
Listen to a song about
photosynthesis and
arrange in chronological
order the process involved
in photosynthesis.
ELICIT

Modeling Photosynthesis
Read an article about food
production in plants
during photosynthesis.
Construct a model showing
the reactants and products
of photosynthesis.

ELICIT

Flowcharting Photosynthesis
A flowchart is a way to show the steps
in a process. Construct a Flowchart hat
shows the steps involved in the Light
reaction and dark reaction of
photosynthesis .
PHOTOSYNTHESIS FLOWCHART

START

NEXT STEP

LIGHT REACTION
 DARK REACTION

MANUFACTURED
PRODUCT

END
10 minutes timer

VIDEO PRESENTATION

What environmental
factors shown
in the video
affect the growth
of the plant?
what happen to
the rateof
photosynthesis
if various
environmental
factors are varied?
Factors

that
affect the
rate of
photosynthesis
Learning Competency
Specific Objectives

a. discuss how the concentration of carbon
dioxide, level of light intensity, color of light
and temperature affect the rate of
photosynthesis.
b. explain the importance of keeping a variable
constant while testing how other variable
affect the rate of photosynthesis.
c. identify the different key factors that affect
the rate of photosynthesis.
Activity Proper


Slide to set the
light intensity

Click to change
the light color

. Click to adjust
temperature Click to increase
dissolved CO2 Click the green button to

photolab
start and stop the timer;
red button to reset
Procedure
1. Get the photolab ready

2. Manipulate only the variables assigned to


your group.
3. Write your data and present it in class.
4. you only have 15 minutes to do the
activity.
GROUP 1
“Effect of Light Color on the Rate of
Photosynthesis”


SET THE SLIDER OF
LIGHT INTENSITY TO
25% AND THE
DISSOLVED CO2 TO THE
LOWEST LEVEL, ADJUST
THE COLOR OF LIGHT
AND START THE TIMER
THEN COUNT THE
NUMBER OF BUBBLES
FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 1
“Effect of Light Color on the Rate of
Photosynthesis


COLOR OF
NO. OF BUBBLES
LIGHT Based on the
RED
data, what color
of light results in
BLUE the fastest rate
of
GREEN photosynthesis?
COLORLESS
GROUP 2
“Effect of Light Intensity on
Photosynthesis”

SET THE SLIDER OF LIGHT
INTENSITY TO 5, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30, AND 35,% AND THE
DISSOLVED CO2 TO THE
LOWEST LEVEL, CONTROL
THE COLOR OF LIGHT TO
COLORLESSAND START
THE TIMER THEN COUNT
THE NUMBER OF BUBBLES
FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 2
“Effect of Light Level on Photosynthesis”

Based on the
data, what light
level results in
the fastest rate
of
photosynthesis?
GROUP 3
“Effect of CO2 Level on Photosynthesis”

MANIPULATE THE

DISSOLVED CO2 TO THE
LOWEST LEVEL THEN TO
HIGHEST LEVEL. SET THE
SLIDER OF LIGHT INTENSITY
AND TEMP TO 10% AND
CONTROL THE COLOR OF
LIGHT TO COLORLESS AND
START THE TIMER THEN
COUNT THE NUMBER OF
BUBBLES FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 3
“Effect of CO2 Level on Photosynthesis”

NO. OF Based on the
LEVEL OF CO2
BUBBLES
data, what CO2
level results in
LOW LEVEL the fastest rate
of
photosynthesis?
HIGH LEVEL
GROUP 4
“Effect of Temperature on
Photosynthesis”
SET THE SLIDER OF LIGHT

INTENSITY TO 25%, THE
LEVEL OF CO2 AT THE
LOWEST LEVEL AND
CONTROL THE COLOR OF
LIGHT TO COLORLESS.
ADJUST THE TEMPERATURE
FROM 10, 25 TO 45 THEN
START THE TIMER AND
COUNT THE NUMBER OF
BUBBLES FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 4
“Effect of Temperature on
Photosynthesis”

LEVEL OF NO. OF Based on the
TEMPERATURE BUBBLES
data, what level
of
10
TEMPERATURE
results in the
25
fastest rate of
photosynthesis?
40
POOLING OF RESULTS

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3 Start/Stop

Click to slide 48
GROUP 1
“Effect of Light Color on the Rate of
Photosynthesis


SET THE SLIDER OF
LIGHT INTENSITY TO
25% AND THE
DISSOLVED CO2 TO THE
LOWEST LEVEL, ADJUST
THE COLOR OF LIGHT
AND START THE TIMER
THEN COUNT THE
NUMBER OF BUBBLES
FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 2
“Effect of Light Level on Photosynthesis”

SET THE SLIDER OF LIGHT
INTENSITY TO 5, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30, 35, 40, 45 AND 50%
AND THE DISSOLVED CO2
TO THE LOWEST LEVEL,
CONTROL THE COLOR OF
LIGHT TO COLORLESSAND
START THE TIMER THEN
COUNT THE NUMBER OF
BUBBLES FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 3
“Effect of CO2 Level on Photosynthesis”

MANIPULATE THE

DISSOLVED CO2 TO THE
LOWEST LEVEL THEN TO
HIGHEST LEVEL. SET THE
SLIDER OF LIGHT INTENSITY
AND TEMP TO 10% AND
CONTROL THE COLOR OF
LIGHT TO COLORLESS AND
START THE TIMER THEN
COUNT THE NUMBER OF
BUBBLES FOR 1 MINUTE
GROUP 4
“Effect of Temperature on
Photosynthesis”
SET THE SLIDER OF LIGHT

INTENSITY TO 25%, THE
LEVEL OF CO2 AT THE
LOWEST LEVEL AND
CONTROL THE COLOR OF
LIGHT TO COLORLESS.
ADJUST THE TEMPERATURE
FROM 10, 25 TO 45 THEN
START THE TIMER AND
COUNT THE NUMBER OF
BUBBLES FOR 1 MINUTE
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

What are the
bubbles you are
measuring in this
lab?
What do the
bubbles tell you how
fast photosynthesis is
occurring?
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

Is the rate of photosynthesis always
the same?
light carbon dioxide temperature

Which of these factors affect the rate


of photosynthesis?
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

Light energy has to be absorbed by chlorophyll for
photosynthesis to take place. The brighter the light,
the more light energy there is.

So will photosynthesis be faster or slower?


If light intensity is too high what will happen
to plant cells?
How is photosynthesis affected if this
happens?
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

Carbon dioxide is one of the raw materials used by
plants to make their food. The concentration of carbon
dioxide in the air is actually quite low (0.03%) .

Why is the concentration of carbon dioxide


in commercial greenhouses often raised to
about 0.1%?

What does it mean when there is more CO2 ?


ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

Photosynthesis is controlled by enzymes, which
usually work best at warmer temperatures.

Does increasing the temperature always


increase the rate of photosynthesis?
What will happen to enzyme needed for
photosynthesis?
How about the rate of photosynthesis?
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

If one of the factors is restricted,


how does this restriction affect
the rate of photosynthesis?
ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

The restricted factor controls


how quickly photosynthesis
occurs and so limits the rate. It
is called the limiting factor.
Light intensity and
photosynthesis

Carbon dioxide and
photosynthesis

Temperature and
photosynthesis

Limiting factors – activity


ELABORATION
“Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis”

What is the ideal combination


of factors for the maximum
rate of photosynthesis?
Limiting factors in a greenhouse
what happens
 to
the rate of
photosynthesis
if various environmental
factors are varied?

LET US SUMMARIZE
THE LESSON . . .
Specific Objectives

a. discuss how the concentration of carbon
dioxide, level of light intensity, color of light
and temperature affect the rate of
photosynthesis.
b. explain the importance of keeping a variable
constant while testing how other variable
affect the rate of photosynthesis.
c. identify the different limiting factors that
affect the rate of photosynthesis.
Let’s check our understanding

I have
learned a
 lot

Each group is I
understand
I don’t fully
provided with cut- understand
however
still need
the lesson
out leaves, approach some
explanation
the board and place
the leaf to the
specified branche of
tree

APPLICATION

CREATE A POSTER
- SLOGAN
STATING THE
IMPORTANCE OF
LIGHT, CO2 AND
TEMPERATURE IN
PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Assignment


What is
mitochondria?
Why is it called
power house of
the cell?