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FIRST QUARTER

SUBJECT: EARTH SCIENCE


TOPIC: Origin and Structure of the Earth
Time Frame: 10 days

DESIRED RESULTS
TRANSFER MEANING ACQUISITION TRANSFER
Enduring
Essential
Established Goal Transfer Goal Understanding Knowledge (K) Skills (S) Transfer Task
Questions (EQ)
(EU)
Content Standard Students will be able to Students will Students will Students will Students are
independently use their understand that: keep know: skilled at: Your task is to
Learners learning to: considering the prepare a plan
demonstrate an 1. The universe following I. Origin and 1. Explaining or lay-out of a
understanding of 1. State the different and the Solar questions: Structure of the different new space craft
the formation of hypotheses explaining system, just 1. How did the the Earth theories on that can travel
the universe and the origin of the like any universe 1. Origin of the and withstand
the origin of
the solar system universe. other, have begin? Universe the conditions
and the its own the universe of a newly
2. How did the 2. Origin of the 2. Explaining
subsystems 2. Describe the beginning. discovered
Solar system Solar System
(geosphere, different hypotheses the different planet.
hydrosphere, explaining the origin 2. Earth is a come about? 3. Earth as the hypotheses on
atmosphere and of the solar system. unique planet 3. What are the Only
the origin of
biosphere) that that can different Habitable
the solar
make up the 3. Recognize the sustain life systems that Planet
system
Earth. uniqueness of Earth, because it make up the 4. Solar System
being the only planet can maintain 3. Constructing
Earth? Explorations
Performance in the solar system water in its a timeline on
4. What is 5. Earth Spheres
Standard with properties liquid form. the
necessary to support Earth made explorations
Learners shall life. 3. The four of? of the solar
be able to make major spheres system
a concept map 4. Explain that the of Earth are
4. Illustrating
and use it to Earth consists of the
explain how the four subsystems, hydrosphere the different
geosphere, across whose (water spheres that
hydrosphere, boundaries matter and portion), make up the
atmosphere, and energy flow. atmosphere Earth through
biosphere are (gaseous graphic
interconnected 5. Explain the current portion),
organizers
advancements/informat geosphere
ion on the solar (solid
system portion), and
biosphere
6. Show the (totality of
contributions of life on
personalities/people Earth.
on the understanding
of the Earth systems. 4. The layers of
the
7. Identify the layers atmosphere
of the Earth (crust, were
mantle, core). determined
using the
8. Differentiate the change in
layers of the Earth. temperature
and these are
the
troposphere,
stratosphere,
mesosphere
and
thermosphere.

5. The solid
Earth is
divided into
different
layers:
crust,
mantle, outer
core and
inner core.
FIRST QUARTER

SUBJECT: EARTH SCIENCE


TOPIC: Earth Materials and Resources
Time Frame: 40 days

DESIRED RESULTS
TRANSFER MEANING ACQUISITION TRANSFER
Enduring
Essential
Established Goal Transfer Goal Understanding Knowledge (K) Skills (S) Transfer Task
Questions (EQ)
(EU)
Content Standard Students will be Students will Students will Students will Students are
able to understand that: keep considering know: skilled at: Your task is to
Learners independently use the following to make a plan
demonstrate an their learning 1. The three questions: I. Earth 1. Identifying that the
understanding of to: types of rocks Materials and the physical community may use
are igneous, 1. How do people Resources and chemical to conserve and
The learner 1. Identify sedimentary benefit from protect its
1. Minerals and properties of
demonstrates an common rock- and the different resources for
understanding of forming metamorphic rock types? Rocks a rock future
: minerals using rocks. 2. Mineral generations.
1. the three main their physical 2. Can a rock be Resources 2. Classifying
categories of and chemical 2. Rocks are transformed 3. Energy rocks into
rocks; properties. transformed from one type Resources igneous,
2. the origin and from one type to another? 4. Water sedimentary
2. Classify rocks to another
environment of Resources and
into igneous, based on the 3. Why is color
formation of sedimentary environmental an unreliable 5. Soil Resources metamorphic
common and conditions method to 6. Human Activity
minerals and metamorphic they are describe and the 3. Explaining how
rocks; rocks. exposed. minerals? Environment fossil fuels,
3. the various heat from
3. Identify the 3. Minerals are 4. How do inside the
sources of
minerals the rock- minerals Earth and
energy (fossil important to forming units contribute in
fuels, flowing water
society. that are the progress
geothermal, classified of several produce energy
hydroelectric) 4. Cite ways to based on countries?
; prevent or hardness, 4. Constructing a
4. the amount of lessen the luster, 5. Why are chart/graph to
environmental streak, nonrenewable show the
usable water
impact that cleavage, etc. energy distribution
resources on result from sources still and
Earth; the 4. Fossil fuels widely used consumption of
5. the exploitation, are over water on
distribution extraction and nonrenewable renewable Earth
use of mineral energy energy
of arable land resources. resources that resources?
on Earth; and exist in the 5. Constructing a
6. waste 5. Describe how form of coal, 6. Can a country chart/graph to
generation and fossils are oil and be able to show the
management formed. natural gas. support its distribution
people from of arable land
Performance 6. Explain how 5. Non-renewable 100% available on
Standards heat from energy renewable
Earth
inside the resources energy?
Learners shall be Earth is include wind,
tapped as a hydropower, 7. How are human 6. Describing how
able to make a
plan that the source of solar and beings people
community may use energy biomass. contribute to generate
to conserve and (geothermal) water quality different
protect its for human use. 6. Water is the deterioration types of
resources for universal such as wastes as they
future 7. Explain how solvent which eutrophicatio
make use of
generations energy sustains life n and fecal
(hydroelectric among living coliform various
Learners shall be ) is harnessed organisms. increase? materials.
able to prepare a from flowing
plan that the water. 7. Soil is 8. Why cannot we 7. Reducing the
community may characterized use all soil production of
implement to 8. Cite ways to based on its conservation waste at home,
minimize waste address the physical, practices in in school, and
when people different chemical and a particular
environmental biological place? around the
utilize materials
and resources. concerns components. community.
related to the Each component 9. How do
fossil fuels, is responsible government 8. Protecting
geothermal for the growth agencies available and
energy, and of micro and respond to limited
hydroelectric macro flora the resources for
energy. and fauna. increasing
future
quantity of
9. Recognize how 8. Waste waste generations.
water is materials are produced by
distributed on classified people?
Earth. based on where
they are 10. How do
10. Identify collected: water and
the various mining, soil quality
water industrial, deterioration
resources on agricultural and improper
Earth. and municipal. waste
disposal
11. Explain how 9. Recycling, impact
different composting, different
activities incineration sectors of
affect the and source the society?
quality and reduction are
availability few waste
of water for management
human use. practices
available in
12. Identify both
human developing and
activities, highly
such as developed
farming, countries.
construction
of structures,
and waste
disposal, that
affect the
quality and
quantity of
soil.

13. Describe
how people
generate
different
types of
wastes as they
make use of
various
materials.

14. Cite ways


of reducing
the production
of waste at
home, in
school, and
around the
community.

15. Make a plan


that the
community may
use to
conserve and
protect its
resources for
future
generations.

16. Prepare a
plan that the
community may
implement to
minimize waste
when people
utilize
materials and
resources.
SECOND QUARTER

SUBJECT: EARTH SCIENCE


TOPIC: Earth Processes
Time Frame: 25 days

DESIRED RESULTS
TRANSFER MEANING ACQUISITION TRANSFER
Enduring
Essential
Established Goal Transfer Goal Understanding Knowledge (K) Skills (S) Transfer Task
Questions (EQ)
(EU)
Content Standard Students will be Students will Students will Students will Students are
able to understand that: keep considering know: skilled at: Your task is to
Learners independently use the following make a simple
demonstrate an their learning 1. Exogenic questions: I. Earth’s 1. Differentiating map showing
understanding of: to: processes are Processes exogenic places where
1. the geologic processes that 1. How can processes from erosion and
processes that occur on the geomorphic 1. Exogenic landslides may
endogenic
occur on the 1. Describe how surface of the processes form Processes pose risks in
Earth’s rocks undergo Earth such as processes the community.
several common 2. Endogenic 2. Organizing the
surface weathering weathering,
landforms such Processes
2. the geologic mass wasting, subprocesses
processes that 2. Explain how erosion and as mountains, 3. Deformation of involved in
occur within the products deposition. valleys, the Earth’s
exogenic
the Earth of weathering plateaus and Crust
process.
3. folding and are carried 2. The agents of plains? 4. Plate
3. Identifying
faulting of away by erosion and Tectonics
rocks erosion and deposition are areas that
2. How are commonly show
4. internal deposited wind, water,
structure of elsewhere. and glacier. folding and exogenic
the Earth faulting process.
5. continental 3. Explain how 3. All agents of related to the 4. Identifying
drift rocks and erosion can three fault areas that
6. seafloor soil move form several movements? commonly show
spreading downslope due morphological
to the direct and endogeic
3. Are volcanic
Performance action of topographical process.
Standards eruptions
gravity. features. 5. Differentiating
beneficial?
folding from
Learners shall be 4. Explain why 4. Endogenic Why or why
faulting of
able to make a the Earth’s processes are not?
rocks.
simple map interior is processes that
showing places hot. occur within 4. Why are 6. Illustrating
where erosion and the Earth’s seismic waves the processes
landslides may 5. Describe how surface such change its of continental
pose risks in the magma is as volcanism velocity as drifting
community formed. and
earthquake. differently as 7. Illustrating
Learners, using 6. Describe the it travels the processes
maps, diagrams or changes in 5. The type of from one layer of seafloor
models, shall mineral fault movement of the earth spreading
predict what components is a factor to another?
could happen in and texture responsible
the future as the of rocks due for the 5. Why are
tectonic plates to changes in formation of
earthquakes
continue to move. pressure and folds and
temperature faults. the most
(metamorphism dangerous
) 6. The Earth has hazard that
three main human beings
7. Describe how layers namely might
rocks behave the crust, experience?
under mantle and
different core. The core
6. Do you think
types of is divided
stress such into outer aquatic plants
as core and inner and animals
compression, core. Every are affected
pulling apart layer has its by the
and shearing. density that spreading of
modifies the seafloor? Why
8. Identify the velocity of
layers of the seismic waves. or why not?
Earth
6. It is believed
9. Describe the that the
continental present
drift theory. continents all
came from a
10. Discuss the single large
evidence that landmass.
support
continental 7. Deposits found
drift theory. on the
seafloor are
11. Explain how affected by
the seafloor both endogenic
spreads. and exogenic
ptocesses.
12. Explain how
the movement
of plates
leads to the
formation of
folds,
faults,
trenches,
volcanoes,
rift valleys,
and mountain
ranges.
SECOND QUARTER

SUBJECT: EARTH SCIENCE


TOPIC: History of the Earth
Time Frame: 15 days

DESIRED RESULTS
TRANSFER MEANING ACQUISITION TRANSFER
Enduring
Essential
Established Goal Transfer Goal Understanding Knowledge (K) Skills (S) Transfer Task
Questions (EQ)
(EU)
Content Standard Students will be Students will Students will Students will Students are
able to understand that: keep considering know: skilled at: Your task is to
Learners independently use the following make a
demonstrate an their learning 1. Geologists use questions: I. History of 1. Describing how multimedia
understanding of: to: relative the Earth layers of rocks presentation of
1. relative and dating method 1. Why do are formed. the geologic
absolute 1. Describe how for geologists use 1. Major Events time scale.
dating layers of qualitative both relative in the 2. Describing the
2. relative rocks description of and absolute Earth’s Past different
distributions (stratified rocks and dating method methods of
of geologic rocks) are absolute in determining determining the
time formed. dating method the age of a age of
3. how the planet for rock? stratified
evolved in the 2. Describe the quantitative rocks.
last 4.6 different description of 2. Why some
billion years methods rocks. fossils cannot 3. Computing the
(relative and be considered absolute age of
Performance absolute 2. The principle as index a rock sample.
Standards dating)of of original fossils?
determining horizontality, 4. Determining the
Describe the the age of cross cutting 3. How did relative age of
possible geologic stratified relationship geologists a sample rock.
events that rocks. and come up with
occurred in a unconformity the geologic 5. Describing the
certain area 3. Explain how are important time scale? different
based on the rock relative and in determining subdivisions of
layers found absolute the relative 4. How are mass the geologic
therein. dating were age of rock. extinctions time scale.
used to contribute in
determine the 3. The geologic the 8. Describing the
subdivisions column has preparation of history of the
of geologic subdivisions the widely Earth through
time. assigned used geologic geologic time
namely eons, time scale? scale.
4. Describe how eras, periods
index fossils and epochs.
are used to 9. Describing the
define and 4. The change in possible
identify life form geologic events
subdivisions between two that occurred
of the separate in a certain
geologic time divisions can area based on
scale. sometimes be
the rock layers
associated
5. Describe the with mass found therein.
history of the extinctions.
Earth through
geologic time
scale.