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LEAST MASTERED COMPETENCIES

IN SCIENCE 10
3RD GRADING PERIOD

No. Competency Code

explain the relationship between population


1 S10LT-IIIi-42
growth and carrying capacity; and

2 explain the occurrence of evolution; S10LT-IIIg-40

describe the feedback mechanisms involved in


3 regulating processes in the female reproductive S10LT-IIIc-35
system (e.g., menstrual cycle);

explain how species diversity increases the


4 probability of adaptation and survival of S10LT-IIIh-41
organisms in changing environments;

explain how mutations may cause changes in


5 S10LT-IIIe-38
the structure and function of a protein;

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Grade 10 Science Teachers


LEAST MASTERED COMPETENCIES
IN SCIENCE 10
4TH GRADING PERIOD

No. Competency Code

1 write chemical equations S10MT-IVe-g-23

ecognize the importance of controlling rates of


2 S10MT-IVh-j-24
reactions in technology

recognize the major categories of biomolecules


3 such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and S10MT-IVc-d-22
nucleic acids;

explain how the factors affecting rates of


chemical reactions are applied in food
4 S10MT-IVh-j-24
preservation, control of fire, pollution,
corrosion, and materials production
5 balance chemical equations S10MT-IVc-d-22

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Grade 10 Science Teachers

LEAST MASTERED COMPETENCIES


IN SCIENCE 10
2nd GRADING PERIOD
No. Competency Code

name the parts of the radio transmitter and


1 S10FE-IIi-53
receiver and give the functions of each part

Identify and explain the factors that affect the


2 S10FE-IIi-53
induced current through a conductor

explain the operation of a simple electric motor


3 S10FE-IIj-54
and generator.

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


4 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by lenses;

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


5 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by mirror

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Grade 10 Science Teachers


LEAST MASTERED COMPETENCIES
IN SCIENCE 10
Pre-Test

No. Competency Code

explain the operation of a simple electric motor


1 S10FE-IIj-54
and generator.

2 explain the occurrence of evolution; S10LT-IIIg-40

explain how mutations may cause changes in


3 S10LT-IIIe-38
the structure and function of a protein;

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


4 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by lenses;

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


5 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by mirror

6 write chemical equations S10MT-IVe-g-23

explain the operation of a simple electric motor


7 S10FE-IIj-54
and generator.

recognize the major categories of biomolecules


8 such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and S10MT-IVc-d-22
nucleic acids;
name the parts of the radio transmitter and
9 S10FE-IIi-53
receiver and give the functions of each part

enumerate the lines of evidence that support


10 S9ES –Ia-j-36.6
plate movement

Prepared by:

Grade 10 Science Teachers

LEAST MASTERED COMPETENCIES


IN SCIENCE 10
Post-Test

No. Competency Code

name the parts of the radio transmitter and


1 S10FE-IIi-53
receiver and give the functions of each part

2 explain the occurrence of evolution; S10LT-IIIg-40

explain how mutations may cause changes in


3 S10LT-IIIe-38
the structure and function of a protein;

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


4 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by lenses;

apply ray diagramming techniques in describing


5 the characteristics and positions of images S10FE-IIg-51
formed by mirror
6 write chemical equations S10MT-IVe-g-23

7 balance chemical equations S10MT-IVc-d-22

recognize the major categories of biomolecules


8 such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and S10MT-IVc-d-22
nucleic acids;

describe the distribution of active volcanoes,


9 earthquake epicenters, and major mountain S10ES –Ia-j-36.1
belts;

enumerate the lines of evidence that support


10 S9ES –Ia-j-36.6
plate movement

Prepared by:

Grade 10 Science Teachers