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GRADES 1 to 12 School: PANDACAQUI RESETTLEMENT ELEM. SCHOOL Level: IV


DAILY LESSON Learning
LOG Teacher: JOCELYN T. CRISTOBAL Area: SCIENCE
Teaching Dates
and Time: July 2, 2019 Quarter: 1st QUARTER

*Identify the characteristics of solid.


I. OBJECTIVES *Describe what happens to the solid materials when they are bent.
A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate understanding of changes that materials undergo when exposed to certain
conditions.
B. Performance The learners should be able to evaluate whether the changes in materials are useful or harmful to
Standards one's environment

C. Learning
Competencies/ Identify some ways of changing solid materials, such as size, shape, texture, etc
Objectives S4MT-Ie-f-5
(Write the LCcode for
each)

II. CONTENT Lesson 10: Changes in Solid Materials.


( Subject Matter)
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages pp. 38-40
2. Learner’s Material
pages pp. 31-32
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource LR portal
B. Other Learning
Video presentation, plastic ruler, electric wire, paper clip, spoon, rubber slippers, plastic straw
Resources
IV. PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous
Lesson or presenting new Review on how to change solid materials
lesson
B. Establishing a purpose for Group work/contest.
the lesson Write down examples of solid materials that could be bent. List down as many as you can in two
minutes.
The group with the most number of correct answers will be declared the winner.
C. Presenting examples/
What do you think will happen to solid materials when bent? (Let the pupils find out in their next
instances of the new
activity).
lesson.
D. Discussing new concepts Group Work LM Activity 2 “What happens to the solid materials when bent?”
and practicing new  Checking of the materials brought by the pupils. Provide them with the activity sheet, manila
skills.#1 paper and marking pen.
 Provide instructions in doing the activity such as the allotted time for the activity and the data
table to be accomplished.
 Then, ask the class about the standard rules to observe when working as a group, the
presenter and the members’ roles, precautionary measures to take while doing an activity
and after the activity.
E. Discussing new concepts Presentation of output per group. Take note of the pupils’ responses to the activity questions. Clarify
and practicing new skills misconceptions when needed.
#2.
F. Developing Mastery Answering the guide questions:
(Lead to Formative a. What happened to the solid materials when they were bent?
Assessment 3) b. Was a new material formed when a solid material was bent?

G. Finding practical Help the pupils identify situations where bending of solid materials is applied.
application of concepts To further apply or integrate the concepts learned to other situations/subjects, the teacher may ask
and skills in daily living the pupils to do the bending activity.
Stand straight. Raise your right hand. Bend your body to the left.
Stand straight again. This time, raise your left hand and bend your body to the right. Then, go
back to seat.
Caution: Tell the pupils not to bend too much.
H. Making Generalizations Allow the pupils to construct and express their own understanding. The pupils should be able to
and Abstraction about the say/understand that:
Lesson. Some solid materials can be bent depending on the property of the material. When bent, these
materials may change their size and shape. No new material is formed. Only the physical
appearance of the material is changed.
I. Evaluating Learning
The activity output is an evaluation.
J. Additional Activities for Body bending activity. What might happen if you bend your body too much?
Application or Integration of values: Taking extra care in bending your body and/or doing physical activities. Over
Remediation bending your body may cause bone fracture.

V.REMARKS
VI.REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in 30 of Learners who earned 80% above
the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional 0 of Learners who require additional activities for remediation
activities for remediation who scored
below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of ___Yes √ No
learners who have caught up with the ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson
lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to 0 of Learners who continue to require remediation
require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies Strategies used that work well:
worked well? Why did these work? √ Group collaboration
√ Games
___ Power Point Presentation
√ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
√ Discussion
___ Case Method
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
√ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
_√ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
√ Lecture Method
Why?
√ Complete IMs
√ Availability of Materials
√ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
√ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks
F. What difficulties did I encounter which __ Bullying among pupils
my principal or supervisor can help __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
me solve? __ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
__Reading Readiness
__Lack of Interest of pupils
G. What innovation or localized materials Planned Innovations:
did I use/discover which I wish to __ Localized Videos
share with other teachers? __ Making use big books from
views of the locality
√ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
√ Flashcards
√ Pictures

Prepared by: Observed by:


JOCELYN T. CRISTOBAL LANIE M. LUMANOG
Grade IV-4 Master Teacher I