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LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE V

DATE:_______________
Objective:
Enumerate ways of repairing waste materials
II. A. Material
activity sheets, marking pen, manila paper
B. References
Curriculum Guide S5MT-Ie-g-3
Cyber Science Work Text in Science and Technology 5 Nicetas G.
Valencia et.al. Page 15-16
Science Spectrum Work Text in Science and Health for Elementary
6 Rebecca R. Fallaria pp. 133-135
C. Process Skills: observation, classifying, analyzing
D. Values Integration:
III. Learning Tasks
A. Engagement
Motivation
Have you experienced wearing a torn blouse or t-shirt? Can you still fix it? Why do we repair torn
clothes?
B. Exploration
1. Preparation
a. Group the pupils into five.
b. Recall the norms to be followed in performing the activity.
c. Every group will be given an envelope.
Activity Proper
Patch Things Up
What you need:
Activity sheet, marking pen
Resourcefulness
What to do:
You need to help Mrs. De Chavez to patch things up with her things at home. What are you going to
do?
Fill up the chart below:
Material to be repaired
What will you do to fix the material?
broken legged chair
damaged sole shoes
torn blouse
detached toy part
torn pages books
C. Explanation
1. Discuss group outputs. Let each group present their work in class.
2. Give feedback on the results of the activity.
3. Give additional input whenever necessary
Ask:
What did you do to help Mrs. De Chavez to solve her problem?
What are the different ways of repairing material?
What other materials can be repaired?
Why do we need to repair things?
D. Elaboration/Extension
1. Have pupils generalized by answering :
What are the different ways of repairing waste materials?
2. Application
After passing a flooded street, you have noticed that the sole
of your school shoes is apart or detached? What will you do to restore the material and be useful
again?
Is repairing of waste material important? Why?
Background Information for the Teacher
Repair is fixing or restoring broken items to be used again.
The importance of 5Rs (recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and repair)
It saves energy, time and money
Preserves new materials
3. Evaluation
Identify the way of fixing the given items below. Write the letter
of the best answer: Choose your answer from the given choices below:
1. detached ribbon of a hair band
2. broken leg of a wooden table
3. torn walking short
4. damaged electric fan cord
5. torn school uniform
A. by sewing/mending
B. by nailing
C. by gluing
D. by changing the damaged part
IV. Assignment
Observe the materials at home. List down at least three items that
need to be repaired. Opposite the item, write the way how you could
repair it. Tabulate your answer.
Items that need to be repaired Ways of repairing

LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE V


DATE:_______________
Objective
Recognize the importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and
repair of waste management
II. A. Material
activity Sheet
B. References
Curriculum Guide S5MT-Ie-g-3
Cyber Science Work Text in Science and Technology 5 Nicetas G.
Valencia et.al., pp. 15-16
Science Spectrum Work Text in Science and Health for Elementary
6, Rebecca R. Fallaria, pp. 133-135
C. Process Skills: observation, classifying, analyzing
D. Values Integration:
III. Learning Tasks
A. Engagement
Motivation
The teacher will present a song about the 5Rs
(www.youtube.com-5rs song)
Ask:
According to the song what should be done with our waste
or garbage?
Say:
Today, you will perform an activity about 5Rs (recycle,
reduce, reuse, recover and repair)
Awareness on taking care of the environment
What do you want to know in this activity?
Say: The importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and
repair
B. Exploration
1. Preparation
a. Group the pupils into five
b. Recall the norms to be followed in performing the activity
Activity Proper
Lets Go with 5Rs
What you need:
Activity sheet
What to do:
1. Your group will work like a family who will go shopping at the supermarket. You will decide on the
type of materials to be bought.
2. Make a list of the materials that you are going to buy from the supermarket.
3. Opposite each material, write the waste product that can be produced. Apply the proper technique
from the 5Rs on how to minimize waste.
4. Complete the table below.
Name of Product
Type of Waste
5Rs (Waste Management Technique)
C. Explanation
1. Presentation of group outputs. Let each group present their work in class.
2. Give feedback on the results of the activity.
3. Give additional input whenever necessary.
Ask:
Based on the activity how did you come up with your
answers?
What product is most commonly used by each family?
Do you think those materials are useful or harmful?
What will you do to avoid using the harmful products?
How about the useful one?
From the activity, identify the importance of 5Rs?
D. Elaboration
1. Generalization
Background Information for the Teacher:
You can save the planet Earth from piles of garbage that causes pollution if you know how to manage
different waste materials. You can apply the techniques of managing the wastes using 5Rs (Recycle,
Reduce, Reuse, Recover and Repair).
The importance of 5Rs (recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and repair)
It saves energy and money
Preserves new materials
Application
Make a slogan on the importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and repair.
E. Evaluation
Check (/) the statement that tells about the 5Rs of waste management and cross (x) the statement
that does not tell about the 5Rs. Indicate which R is described
_______ 1. Use a cloth bag when you go shopping for groceries.
_______ 2. Print on both sides of paper or reuse it as scratch paper.
_______ 3. Use foil, plastic bags, or wrap to store food.
IV. Assignment
Make a collage out of recyclable materials depicting the 5Rs of waste management.
LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE V
DATE:_______________
I. Objective:
Explain the importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and
repair of waste management
II. A. Materials
pictures
video clip
powerpoint presentation
B. References:
Curriculum Guide S5MT-Ie-g3
Cyber Science Work Text in Science and Technology 5, Necitas
G. Valencia pp. 16 and 19
C. Process Skills: inferring, observing, describing, recording
analyzing, synthesizing, comparing, reasoning, communicating
D. Values Integration:
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement
1. Review
Have the learners read the waste management system through a powerpoint presentation. Show two
thumbs up if the practice is right and two thumbs down if it is wrong.
a. Use the empty jars of mayonnaise as candy jars or food storage jars.
b. Bury aluminum cans and broken glasses underground.
c. Put all food residues together with the trash of the day.
d. Segregate glass wastes from plastic, papers, and rubber.
e. Burn old tires and broken plastic toys at the backyard.
Practice 5Rs everywhere you go
2. Motivation
Prepare the class for a video clip viewing.
Set the purpose for viewing.
The video clip is all about how we could
lessen or prevent the harmful effects of waste
materials in the environment through 5Rs. Your task is to jot down the importance of 5Rs in
waste management and then discuss it with your group.
B. Exploration
1. Group the class into five.
2. Each group will discuss the importance of each waste management.
Group I
Group II
Group III
Group IV
Group V Repair
3. What are the importance of 5Rs of waste management?
C. Explanation
1. Presentation of output.
2. Guide Questions:
a. Why do we need to recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and repair waste materials?
b. In what ways these 5Rs could help lessen the harmful effects of waste materials in the environment?
D. Elaboration/Extension
1. Generalization
Background Information for the Teacher:
Recycle, Reduce, Reuse, Recover and Repair are ways of Waste Management. They will help lessen the
production of waste materials that will cause harmful effects in the environment because instead of
throwing and disposing the waste products, people were able to find ways to make another product,
lessen the use of unnecessary materials, use again materials in different purpose, take energy from
waste materials and use into more beneficial use and learn how to fix and restore broken items to be
used again.
If people will really follow the 5Rs of Waste Management, harmful effects of waste materials to the
environment will be prevented.
2. Application:
Awareness of the importance of 5Rs of Waste, Management is everybodys responsibility. How will
you extend what you learned today at home?
E. Evaluation
Write the concept of 5Rs as described by each importance.
5 Rs of Waste Management
Use again the material for other purpose
Take the energy from waste product for a new product.
Fix the broken materials for a purpose
Lessen the use of unnecessary materials
Make the waste material to a new product
IV. Assignment
Look for some waste materials at home that could be recycled, reduced, recovered, repaired and
reused. Give 2 examples.
Waste Management
Examples
Recycle, Reduce, Recover, Repair, Reuse

LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE V


DATE:_______________
I. Objective:
Practice proper waste disposal.
II A. Materials
garbage or waste products produced in the school
canteen/ garden/classrooms
trashes ( both wet and dry)
unlabelled ash cans
gloves ( local plastic will do if gloves are not available)
powerpoint presentation, marking pen, manila paper
B. References:
Curriculum Guide S5MT-Ic-g3
Science Spectrum 6, Rebecca R. Fallaria et.al., pp. 134-136
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, analyzing, inferring,
communicating demonstrating
D. Value Integration:
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement
1. Review
Name materials that can be:
recycled
reduced
reused
recovered
repaired
Caring for the environment
2. Motivation
Show this picture to the class.
Ask: What do you see in the picture? Describe the water.
Is it polluted ? What do you think is the kind of
waste disposal being practiced in the place? Why?
.
B. Exploration
1. Divide the pupils into 4 groups.
2. Set the standards for doing the activity.
3. Let pupils go out of the room.
Say: Today we will visit the school canteen.
Lets find out if proper waste disposal is observed.
Activity Proper
Ooops! Your Trash
What You Need
trash cans with waste materials manila paper
sheet of paper marking pen
ballpen
What To Do:
1. Form a line by group.
2. Visit the school canteen.
3. Observe how are the waste segregated.
a. observing how the waste products produce are being
disposed.
b. check whether there is a provision for waste segregation
( check if labeled trash cans are available)
c. check the contents of the labeled trash cans to determine
if proper wastes disposal is observed .
4. Go back to the classroom and write your observation by
answering the following guide questions .
1. What kind of waste disposal system does the school have?
Why?
2. Is there any provision for waste segregation? How?
3. Is proper segregation of waste observed? Why? Why not?
4. Does the school has implementing rule regarding proper waste
disposal? If yes, what do you think is the level of awareness of
pupils on the school- based waste management system? Why?
5. How do you find this activity? Why?
Activity 2
(Second day activity)
Mix and Match
What You Need:
trashes ( not segregated yet; both wet and dry)
Unlabelled trash cans, marking pen, strip of paper
( use recyclable containers)
gloves ( local plastic bags will do if gloves are not available)
What To Do:
1. Identify the kind of trash.
(trashes from school bodega and MRF can be utilized)
2. Label the trash cans. Use the marking pen or piece of paper.
3. Assort the trash. Supervise the pupils in doing so.
(Be sure pupils have gloves or plastic on their hands for sanitary
purposes)
Guide Questions:
1. How did you assort the trash?
2. What is your basis of assorting?
3. What is the importance of proper waste segregation.
4. How did you find this activity? Why?
C. Explanation
1. Discuss the activity done:
What kind of waste disposal system does our school have?
Why?
Is there any provision for waste segregation? How?
Is proper segregation of waste observed? Why? Why not?
Does the school have implementing rule regarding proper waste
disposal? If yes, what do you think is the level of awareness of
pupils on the school- based waste management system? Why?
How do you find this activity? Why?
How about the segregation of waste?
What are the advantages of waste segregation?
D. Elaboration/ Extension
1. Ask:
How can you help practice proper waste disposal here in school?
at home? in the community?
2. What will you do to help other pupils be aware of the importance of
proper waste disposal?
E. Evaluation
Teacher will evaluate pupils performance tasks on practicing proper waste disposal in school through
close monitoring of the classroom- based waste segregation scheme being implemented.
Use the rubric below:
Pupils Level of Participation on Practicing Proper Waste Disposal
Score
Description
5
The pupil always observes and practices the proper
waste disposal.
4
The pupil usually observes and practices the proper
waste disposal.
3
The pupil often observes and practices the proper
waste disposal.
2
The pupil sometimes observes and practices the proper
waste disposal.
1
The pupil seldom observes and practices the proper
waste disposal seldom.
Legend:
Always- 100% of the time
Usually-90-99% of the time
Often-75-90% of the time
Sometimes-25-75% of the time
Seldom-10-25% of the time
IV. Assignment
List down ways on how you can help practice proper waste disposal in your home, school and
community.

LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE V


DATE:_________________

1. Enumerate ways of repairing waste materials


2. Recognize the importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and
repairof waste management
3. Explain the importance of recycle, reduce, reuse, recover andrepair of waste
management
4. Practice proper waste disposal.
II. Evaluation/Summative Test

III. A. Setting of standards


B. Giving directions
C. Administering the test
D. Checking
E. Recording of scores

IV. Teacher made Test