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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING LEARNING SCIENCE


CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS GRADE 9 COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT
Grade 9 – Living Things and Their Environment
FIRST QUARTER/ FIRST GRADING PERIOD

1. Respiratory and Circulatory The learners The learners should be The learners should be able S9LT-la-b- 1. BEAM II. 4 Human torso
Systems Working with the demonstrate an able to: to… 26 Organ model
other Organ Systems understanding of: Systems.
conduct an information 1. explain how the Circulatory
1. how the different dissemination activity respiratory and circulatory System. June
structures of the on effective ways of systems work together to 2008.
circulatory and taking care of the transport nutrients, gases, 2. EASE Biology.
respiratory systems respiratory and and other molecules to and Module 11.
work together to circulatory systems from the different parts of Lessons 2 and
transport oxygen-rich based on data gathered the body; 3.
blood and nutrients from the school or local 3. NFE. Ang
to the different parts health workers Respiratory
of the body System.
2001. pp. 3-5.
2. the prevention,
detection, and 2. infer how one’s lifestyle S9LT-lc-27 1. APEX. Biology
treatment of diseases can affect the functioning of Unit 4.
affecting the respiratory and circulatory Lessons 11
circulatory and systems; and 12.
respiratory systems 2. NFE. Ang
Respiratory
System. 2001.
pp. 16-24.
3. Science for
Daily Use 5.
Tan, Conchita
T. 2012. pp.
34-35 and 38-
39. *
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STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT

2. Heredity: Inheritance and The learners The learners should be 3. describe the location of S9LT-Id-28 1. BEAM II. Your
Variation demonstrate an able to: genes in chromosomes; Genetic Book
understanding of: of Life.
2.1 Location of genes on conduct an information 2. APEX. Unit 6.
chromosomes 1. how genetic dissemination activity Lesson 3.
2.2 Non-Mendelian inheritance information is on effective ways of 3. Science and
2.2.1 Incomplete dominance organized in genes taking care of the Technology
2.2.2 Sex-linked traits on chromosomes respiratory and II: Biology
2.2.3 Multiple alleles circulatory systems Textbook.
2.3 Multiple genes 2. the different patterns based on data gathered NISMED.
of inheritance from the school or local 2012. pp.
health workers 184-185.
4. Science and
Technology
II: Biology
Textbook.
NISMED.
2004. pp.
184-185.
4. explain the different S9LT-Id-29 1. EASE Biology.
patterns of non-Mendelian Module 14.
inheritance ; Lesson 3.
2. Science and
Technology:
Biology
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
179-182.
3. Science and
Technology
II: Biology
Textbook.
NISMED.
2004. PP.
179-182.
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
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STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT

3. Biodiversity and Evolution The learners The learners should be 5. relate species extinction S9LT-Ie-f- 1. EASE Science
demonstrate an able to: to the failure of populations 30 I. Module 11.
3.1 Causes of Species understanding of: of organisms to adapt to Lesson 6.
Extinction make a multimedia abrupt changes in the 2. Science and
3.1.1 natural how changes in the presentation of a environment; and Technology
3.1.2 anthropogenic environment may affect timeline of extinction II: Biology
species extinction of representative Textbook.
microorganisms, NISMED.
plants, and animals 2012. pp.
328-329.
3. Science and
Technology
II: Biology
Textbook.
NISMED.
2004. 328-
329.
4. Science and
Technology I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
146-147.
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CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING LEARNING SCIENCE
CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT

4. Ecosystems The learners The learners should be 6. differentiate basic S9LT-lg-j- 1. BEAM 1. Beaker
demonstrate an able to: features and importance of 31 Learning 2. Funnel
4.1 Flow of Energy and understanding of: photosynthesis and Guide Biology 3. Test tube
Matter in Ecosystems design and conduct an respiration. Food for Life 4. Thermometer
1. the structure and investigation to 2. BEAM 5. Tripod
4.1.1 Photosynthesis function of plant provide evidence that Learning 6. Alcohol lamp
4.1.2 Respiration parts and organelles plants can Guide Biology 7. Wire gauze
involved in manufacture their own Creating 8. Test tube
photosynthesis food Energy for rack
Life 9. pH paper
2. the structure and 3. EASE Biology
function of Module 4
mitochondrion as the Photosynthesi
main organelle s
involved in 4. EASE Biology
respiration Module 5
Cellular
Respiration
5. APEX Biology
Unit 3 Life
Energy
6. Science for
Daily Use 5.
Tan, Conchita
T. 2012. pp.
96-99. *
7. Science and
Technology
II: Biology
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp. 58-
66 and 70-72.
8. Science and
Technology
II: Biology
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
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CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT
Textbook.
4. Ecosystems The learners The learners should be 6. differentiate basic S9LT-lg-j- NISMED. 2004.
demonstrate an able to: features and importance of 31 pp. 58-
4.1 Flow of Energy and understanding of: photosynthesis and 66 and 70-72.
Matter in Ecosystems design and conduct an respiration. 9. NFE. Food
1. the structure and investigation to Production and
4.1.1 Photosynthesis function of plant provide evidence that Utilization in
4.1.2 Respiration parts and organelles plants can Plants. 2001. pp.
involved in manufacture their own 4- 25.
photosynthesis food

2. the structure and


function of
mitochondrion as the
main organelle
involved in
respiration

Grade 9 – Matter
SECOND QUARTER/SECOND GRADING PERIOD

1. Electronic Structure of The learners The learners should be able


Matter demonstrate an to:
understanding of…
1.describe how the Bohr S9MT-IIa-
the development of model of the atom 21
atomic models that led improved Rutherford’s
to the description of the atomic model
behavior of electrons
within atoms 2. explain how the Quantum S9MT-IIa-
Mechanical Model of the 22
atom describes the energies
and positions of the
electrons
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING LEARNING SCIENCE
CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT

1. Chemical Bonding The learners The learners shall be 1. explain the formation of S9MT-IIa- 1. EASE II. 1. Improvised
1.1 Ionic and Covalent Bonding demonstrate an able to: ionic and covalent bonds; 13 Chemistry covalent
understanding of… Module 14. bonding model
1.2 Metallic Bonding analyze the percentage Lesson 1. (H2, O2, N2)
1. how atoms combine composition of different 2. BEAM III. 2. Improvised
with other atoms by brands of two food Unit 7. 18 ionic bonding
transferring or by products and decide on Demonstrate model (NaCl)
sharing electrons the products’ Understandin 3. Molecular
appropriate percentage g of the Models
2. forces that hold composition Processes. (Inorganic/
metals together Bonding. organic)
Module 1. 4. VSEPR kit
March 2009.
3. EASE Science
1. Module 6.
Lesson 1.

4. Science and
Technology
III: Chemistry
Textbook for
Third Year.
Mapa, Amelia
P., Ph.D., et
al. 1999. pp.
111-115. *
5. Chemistry III
Textbook.
Mapa, Amelia
P., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
107-112. *
6. Science and
Technology
III. NISMED.
1997. pp.
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STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT
270-273.
1. Chemical Bonding The learners The learners shall be 7. Science and
demonstrate an able to: Technology III:
1.1 Ionic and Covalent Bonding understanding of… Chemistry
1.2 Metallic Bonding analyze the percentage Textbook.
1. how atoms combine composition of different NISMED. 2012.
with other atoms by brands of two food pp.
transferring or by products and decide on 329-333.
sharing electrons the products’
appropriate percentage
2. forces that hold composition 2. recognize different types of S9MT-IIb- 1. EASE Science
metals together compounds (ionic or covalent) 14 II. Chemistry
based on their properties such Module 14.
as melting point, hardness, Lesson 1.
polarity, and electrical and 2. Chemistry III
thermal conductivity; Textbook.
Mapa, Amelia
2. recognize different types of P., Ph.D., et
compounds (ionic or covalent) al. 2001. pp.
based on their properties such S9MT-IIb- 117-120.
as melting point, hardness, 14 3. Science and
polarity, and electrical and Technology
thermal conductivity; III. NISMED.
1997. p. 283.

3. explain properties of S9MT-IIc- 1. BEAM III.


metals in terms of their d-15 Unit 8. 20
structure; Demonstrate
Understandin
g of Chemical
Bonds.
Metallic Link.
Module 3.
2. Chemistry III
Textbook.
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CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING LEARNING SCIENCE
CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT
Mapa, Amelia P.,
1. Chemical Bonding The learners The learners shall be Ph.D., et
1.1 Ionic and Covalent Bonding demonstrate an able to: al. 2001. pp.
understanding of… 113-115.
1.2 Metallic Bonding analyze the percentage 3. Science and
1. how atoms combine composition of different Technology
with other atoms by brands of two food III. NISMED.
transferring or by products and decide on 1997. pp. 279-
sharing electrons the products’ 280.
appropriate percentage 4. Science and
2. forces that hold composition Technology
metals together III:
Chemistry
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
333-33.

4. explain how ions are S9MT-IIe- 1. EASE Science


formed; f-16 I. Module 6.
2. EASE Science
II. Module
14. Lesson 1.
3. Chemistry III
Textbook.
Mapa, Amelia
P., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
92-94. *
4. Science and
Technology
III. NISMED.
1997. pp. 277-
279.
5. Science and
Technology
III:
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Chemistry
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
293-294.
6. Science and
Technology III:
Chemistry
Textbook for
Third Year.
Mapa, Amelia P.,
Ph.D., et al.
1999. P.
110. *

2. The Variety of Carbon The learners The learners shall be 5. explain how the structure S9MT-IIg- 1. EASE II.
Compounds demonstrate an able to: of the carbon atom affects 17 Module 14.
understanding of… the type of bonds it forms; 2. Chemistry III
2.1 Carbon Atoms analyze the percentage Textbook.
2.2 Organic Compounds the type of bonds that composition of different Mapa, Amelia
carbon forms that result brands of two food P., Ph.D., et
in the diversity of carbon products and decide on al. 2001. pp.
compounds the products’ 343-356. *
appropriate percentage 3. Science and
composition Technology.
NISMED.
1997. pp.
334-340.
4. Science and
Technology
III: Chemistry
Textbook for
Third Year.
Mapa, Amelia
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P., Ph.D., et
2. The Variety of Carbon The learners The learners shall be al. 1999. pp.
Compounds demonstrate an able to: 349-353. *
understanding of…
2.1 Carbon Atoms analyze the percentage 6. recognize the general S9MT-IIh- 1. Chemistry III Improvised
2.2 Organic Compounds the type of bonds that composition of different classes and uses of 18 Textbook. Hydrocarbons
carbon forms that result brands of two food organic compounds; Mapa, Amelia model
in the diversity of carbon products and decide on P., Ph.D., et
compounds the products’ al. 2001. pp.
appropriate percentage 356-367. *
composition 2. Science and
Technology
III. NISMED.
1997. pp. 331-
340.
3. Science and
Technology
III:
Chemistry
Textbook for
Third Year.
Mapa, Amelia
P., Ph.D., et
al. 1999. pp.
367-373. *

3. Mole Concept the unit, mole, that 7. use the mole concept to S9MT-IIi- 1. EASE Science Triple beam
quantitatively measures express mass of 19 II. Chemistry balance
3.1 Mass the number of very small substances; and Module 16.
3.2 Moles particles of matter Lesson 2.
3.3 Percentage Composition of a 2. OHSP.
Compound Chemistry
Module 16.
Lesson 2.
3. Science and
Technology
III:
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Chemistry
3. Mole Concept The learners The learners shall be Textbook.
demonstrate an able to: NISMED. 2012.
3.1 Mass understanding of… pp. 84-
3.2 Moles analyze the percentage 91.
3.3 Percentage Composition of a the unit, mole, that composition of different 4. Chemistry III
Compound quantitatively measures brands of two food Textbook.
the number of very small products and decide on Mapa, Amelia
particles of matter the products’ P., Ph.D., et
appropriate percentage al. 2001. pp.
composition 174-183. *
5. Science and
Technology
III. NISMED.
1997. pp. 112-
123.

8. determine the percentage S9MT-IIj- 1. EASE Science


composition of a compound 20 II. Chemistry
given its chemical formula Module 16.
and vice versa. Lesson 4.
2. OHSP.
Chemistry
Module 16.
Lesson 4.
3. Chemistry III
Textbook.
Mapa, Amelia
P., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
174-183. *
4. Science and
Technology
III. NISMED.
1997. pp. 112-
123.
5. Science and

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Technology
III:
Chemistry
Textbook for
Third Year.
Mapa, Amelia P.,
Ph.D., et
al. 1999. pp.
157-158. *

Grade 9 – Earth and Space


THIRD QUARTER/THIRD GRADING PERIOD

1.Volcanoes The learners The learners shall be The learners should be able S9ES -IIIa- EASE Science I.
demonstrate an able to: to… 25 Module 12. p.
1.1 Type of volcanoes understanding of: 24.
1.2 Volcanic Eruption participate in activities 1. describe the different
1.3 Energy from volcanoes volcanoes found in the that reduce risks and types of volcanoes;
Philippines lessen effects of MISOSA 6.
2. differentiate between
climate change S9ES -IIIa- Active and
active and inactive
27 Inactive
volcanoes;
Volcanoes.

3. explain what happens S9ES -IIIb- 1. MISOSA 6.


when volcanoes erupt; 28 Module 29.
2. BEAM 6. Unit
5. 12 Volcanic
Erruptions.
Volcano Mania.
Module 12.
Activity 3.2.
3. Science and
Technology I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook.

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NISMED.
2012. pp.
189-191.

4. illustrate how energy


S9ES –IIIc- MISOSA 6.
from volcanoes may be
d-29 Module 30. p.
tapped for human use;
8.

2.Climate The learners The learners shall be 5. explain how different S9ES-IIIe- 1. BEAM 6. Unit Thermocline
demonstrate an able to: factors affect the climate of 30 5. Module 13.
2.1 Factors that affect climate understanding of: an area; 2. Science and
2.2 Global climate phenomenon participate in activities Technology I:
factors that affect that reduce risks and Integrated
climate, and the effects lessen effects of Science
of changing climate and climate change Textbook.
how to adapt NISMED.
accordingly 2012. pp.
275-282.
3. Science and
Technology I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook for
First Year.
Villamil,
Aurora M.,
Ed.D. 1998.
pp. 185-202.
*

6. describe certain climatic S9ES-IIIf- 1. BEAM 6. Unit


phenomena that occur on 31 5. Module 13.
a global level; 2. Science and
Technology I:

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Integrated
Science
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
300-301.

3. Constellations The learners The learners shall be 7. infer the characteristics of S9ES-IIIg- 1. BEAM 5. Unit Celestial globe
3.1 Characteristics of stars demonstrate an able to: stars based on the 32 7. 20 The
3.2 Arrangement of stars in a understanding of: characteristics of the Sun; Sun.
group discuss whether or not 2. EASE Science
3.3 Changing position of the relationship between popular beliefs and I. Module 18.
constellations during the the visible constellations practices with regard to 3. Science and
night and at different times in the sky and Earth’s constellations and Technology I:
of the year position along its orbit astrology have scientific Integrated
3.4 Beliefs and practices about basis Science
constellations and astrology Textbook.
Villamil,
Aurora M.,
Ed.D. 1998.
pp. 268-270.
*

8. infer that the arrangement S9ES-IIIh- 1. EASE Science


of stars in a group 33 I. Module 18.
(constellation) does not 2. Science and
change; Technology I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook.
Villamil,
Aurora M.,
Ed.D. 1998.
p. 272. *

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3. Constellations The learners The learners shall be 9. observe that the position S9ES-IIIi- EASE Science I.
3.1 Characteristics of stars demonstrate an able to: of a constellation changes in 34 Module 18.
3.2 Arrangement of stars in a understanding of: the course of a night; and
group discuss whether or not
3.3 Changing position of the relationship between popular beliefs and
constellations during the the visible constellations practices with regard to
night and at different times in the sky and Earth’s constellations and
of the year position along its orbit astrology have scientific 10. show which S9ES-IIIj- EASE Science I. Celestial globe
3.4 Beliefs and practices about basis constellations may be 35 Module 18.
constellations and astrology observed at different
times of the year using
models.

Grade 9 – Force, Motion, and Energy


FOURTH QUARTER/FOURTH GRADING PERIOD

Motion in Two Dimensions The learners The learners shall be The learners should be able S9FE-IVa- 1. OHSP
demonstrate an able to: to… 34 Integrated
1. Projectile Motion 1.2.Impulse, understanding of: Science.
Momentum propose ways to 1. describe the horizontal Quarter 2.
and Impulse 1.3.Conservation of projectile motion, enhance sports related and vertical motions of a Module 3.
Linear impulse and to projectile motion projectile; pp. 4-5.
Momentum momentum, and 2. EASE Physics.
conservation of linear Module 9.
momentum Lesson 3.
3. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
93-109. *

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Motion in Two Dimensions The learners The learners shall be 2. investigate the relationship S9FE-IVa- 1. EASE
demonstrate an able to: between the angle of release 35 Physics.
1. Projectile Motion 1.2.Impulse, understanding of: and the height and range of Module 9.
Momentum propose ways to the projectile; Lesson 3.
and Impulse 1.3.Conservation of projectile motion, enhance sports related 2. Science and
Linear impulse and to projectile motion Technology
Momentum momentum, and IV: Physics
conservation of linear Textbook for
momentum Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
93-109. *
Science and
3. relate impulse and S9FE-IVb- Technology IV:
momentum to collision of 36 Physics
objects (e.g., vehicular Textbook.
collision); NISMED. 2012.
pp. 298-301.

4. infer that the total S9FE-IVb- 1. BEAM IV. NSTIC SciKit


momentum before and 37 Unit 5. 12 Basic and
after collision is equal; Force and Mechanics:
Motion. Cart-Rail
Energy in System;
Transportati Cylindrical
on. August Masses;
2008. Meter Stick
2. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
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112-114. *
Motion in Two Dimensions The learners The learners shall be 4. infer that the total S9FE-IVb- 3. Science and
demonstrate an able to: momentum before and 37 Technology IV:
1. Projectile Motion 1.2.Impulse, understanding of: after collision is equal; Physics
Momentum propose ways to Textbook.
and Impulse 1.3.Conservation of projectile motion, enhance sports related NISMED. 2012.
Linear impulse and to projectile motion pp. 301-303 and
Momentum momentum, and 306.
conservation of linear
momentum Science and
5. examine effects and S9FE-IVc- Technology IV:
predict causes of collision- 38 Physics
related damages/injuries; Textbook.
NISMED. p.
298.

2. Work Power and Energy The learners The learners shall be 6. explain energy S9FE-IVc- 1. EASE
demonstrate an able to: transformation in various 39 Science I.
2.1 Changes in form of understanding of: activities/events (e.g., Module 8. p.
mechanical energy create a device that waterfalls, archery, 18.
2.2 Conservation of energy conservation of shows conservation of amusement rides); 2. BEAM 5.
mechanical energy mechanical energy Unit 5. 11.
Electric
Circuits. DLP
35.
3. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
170-171. *
4. Science and
Technology
I: Integrated
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Science
2. Work Power and Energy The learners The learners shall be S9FE-IVc- Textbook.
demonstrate an able to: 39 NISMED.
2.1 Changes in form of understanding of: 2012. pp.
mechanical energy create a device that 116-119.
2.2 Conservation of energy conservation of shows conservation of
mechanical energy mechanical energy
7. perform activities to S9FE-IVd- 1. BEAM IV. NSTIC SciKit:
demonstrate 40 Unit 5. 11 Force, Basic and
conservation of Power, Work and Mechanics:
mechanical energy; Energy. August Stand base,
2009. Stand support,
2. EASE Stand rods,
Physics. Lever beam;
Module 11. Pulleys;
pp. 18-22. Cart-Rail System;
3. OHSP Hooked Masses;
Modules. Meter Stick;
Module 11. Spring Balances
pp. 18-22.
4. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
179-181. *
5. Science and
Technology
I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook.

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2. Work Power and Energy The learners The learners shall be 7. perform activities to S9FE-IVd- 2012. pp.
demonstrate an able to: demonstrate 40 119-121.
2.1 Changes in form of understanding of: conservation of 6. Science and
mechanical energy create a device that mechanical energy; Technology IV:
2.2 Conservation of energy conservation of shows conservation of Physics
mechanical energy mechanical energy Textbook.
NISMED. 2012.
pp. 314-316.

8. infer that the total S9FE-IVe- 1. EASE


mechanical energy remains 41 Physics.
the same during any Module 11.
process; Lesson 2.
2. OHSP
Modules.
Module 11,
Lesson 2.
3. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. p.
177. *
4. Science and
Technology
I:
Integrated
Science
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
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121-122.
2. Work Power and Energy The learners The learners shall be 8. infer that the total S9FE-IVe- 5. Science and
demonstrate an able to: mechanical energy remains 41 Technology IV:
2.1 Changes in form of understanding of: the same during any Physics
mechanical energy create a device that process; Textbook.
2.2 Conservation of energy conservation of shows conservation of NISMED. 2012.
mechanical energy mechanical energy p. 315.

3. Heat, Work, and Efficiency the relationship among analyze how power 9. construct a model to S9FE-IVe- Science and
heat, work, and plants generate and demonstrate that heat 42 Technology IV:
efficiency transmit electrical can do work; Physics
energy Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph. D., et
al. 2001. pp.
187-188. *

10. infer that heat transfer S9FE-IVf- Science and


can be used to do work, 43 Technology IV:
and that work involves the Physics
release of heat; Textbook for
Fourth Year.
Rabago, Lilia
M., Ph. D., et
al. 2001. pp.
187-188. *

11. explain why machines S9FE-IVf- 1. OHSP.


are never 100-percent 44 Module 11.
efficient; 2. EASE Physics.
Module 11.

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3. Heat, Work, and Efficiency The learners The learners shall be 12. explain how heat transfer S9FE-IVg- 1. Science and
demonstrate an able to: and energy transformation 45 Technology
understanding of: make heat engines like IV: Physics
analyze how power geothermal plants work; and Textbook for
the relationship among plants generate and Fourth Year.
heat, work, and transmit electrical Ragabo, Lilia
efficiency energy M., Ph.D., et
al. 2001. pp.
188-191. *
2. Science and
Technology
IV: Physics
Textbook.
NISMED.
2012. pp.
325-327.

4. Electricity and magnetism The learners 13. explain how electrical S9FE-IVh- 1. BEAM IV. 9 1. DC Ammeter
4.1 Power generation and energy demonstrate an energy is generated, j-46 Electrical 2. DC Voltmeter
losses understanding of: transmitted, and Energy 3. Dry Cell
4.2 Transmission and distribution distributed. Generation. Holder Size D
of electrical energy from generation, Electrical ( 1set= 4
power plants to homes transmission, and Energy. pcs)
distribution of electrical 2. Science and 4. Dry Cell Size
energy from power Technology D, 1.5 volts
plants (hydroelectric, IV: Physics 5. Dry Cell, 9
geothermal, wind, Textbook for volts
nuclear) to home Fourth Year. 6. Galvanometer
Rabago, Lilia 7. Miniature
M., Ph.D., et Light Bulb
al. 2001. pp. (1 set = 3
342-343. * pcs)
3. Science and 8. Miniature
Technology Light Bulb
I: Integrated Base (1set =
Science. 3 pcs)
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CURRICULUM LEARNING SCIENCE
CONTENT CODE
STANDARDS STANDARDS COMPETENCY MATERIALS EQUIPMENT
NISMED. 9. Motor-
4. Electricity and magnetism The learners The learners shall be 13. explain how electrical S9FE-IVh- 2012. pp. Generato
4.1 Power generation and energy demonstrate an able to: energy is generated, j-46 131-134. Model
losses understanding of: transmitted, and 4. Science and 10. Set of Co
4.2 Transmission and distribution analyze how power distributed. Technology 11. Set of
of electrical energy from generation, plants generate and IV: Physics Connectors (
power plants to homes transmission, and transmit electrical Textbook. set = 3-
distribution of electrical energy NISMED. red, 3- black,
energy from power 2012. pp. 2- white, 2-
plants (hydroelectric, 242-246. blue)
geothermal, wind, 5. NFE. Proper 12. Switches
nuclear) to home Use of Knife Typ
Electricity. 13. Variable
2001. pp. 4- Power
6. Supply, A
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