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DETAILED SCIENCE LESSON PLAN

Teacher Learning Area SCIENCE
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter 2

I.OBJECTIVES
The Learners demonstrate an understanding of:

A. Content Standards the unit, mole, that quantitatively measures the number of very
small particles of matter

Analyze the percentage composition of different brands of two

B. Performance Standards food products and decide on the products’ appropriate
percentage composition
1.Use the mole concept to express mass of substances; and
C. Learning Competencies/
(Write the LC code)
S9MT-IIi-19

1.Define a mole.
2.Describe the relationship of mole, mass and number of
particles.
3.Determine the number of particles in one mole substances..
Mole Concept
II. CONTENT Mass and Moles

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages 116-121
2. Learner’s Materials pages 147-150
3. Textbook pages
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
Corwin, Charles H.Introductory Chemistry Pearson Education
Incorporated,4th Ed. 2005
Mapa P. Amelia, Fidelino B. Trinidad and Rabago M. Lilia
Chemistry Textbook , SD Publications Inc. Copyright 2001
B. Other Learning Resources
Santiago , Karen S. and Silverio, Angelina A., Explorinf Life
Through Science:Senior High School Physical Science,

IV. PROCEDURES
Complete the table below with the information needed in
the third column.

A. MOTIVATION
DETAILED SCIENCE LESSON PLAN
Teacher Learning Area SCIENCE
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter 2

Materials are usually counted.Different terms are used to

represent certain number of things.However ,the same
unit will not give us the same amount.Analyze the given
data.
Data
A pair of socks 3.5 g
A pair of scissors 4.6 g
A pair of hair pins 1.2 g
B. MOTIVATION A pair of needles 0.5 g

What can you say about the given data?

or let them complete the sentence as the summary
statement of the data analyzed.

The given data have the _______ number or unit number

of materials but different _____________.

Let the students perform Activity 1 by group(4-6

groups)(see attached activity sheets)
C. ACTIVITY
Activity 1 :Mole Analogy

the guide questions in activity 1
1.Can you count the number of atoms in 16 g of oxygen?in
D. ANALYSIS
12 g of carbon?in 14 g of nitrogen?

2.What does oxygen=16 grams(O=16 g) mean?

DETAILED SCIENCE LESSON PLAN
Teacher Learning Area SCIENCE
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter 2

3.If each paper clip represents 1 x102 particles,how many

particles are there in 12 grams of carbon?in 16 g of
oxygen?In 7 g of lithium? In 14 g of nitrogen? In 28 g of
silicon?

particles?
Key Concepts:

 Mole refers to a specified number of particles

 Different kinds of materials with the same
number of particles have different masses.
 The representative particles can be
E. ABSTRACTION atom,molecules or formula unit(ions)
 One mole contains the Avogadro’s number of
particles equal to 6.02 x 10 23.
 Different substances with the same number of
moles have the same number of particles but they
have different masses.
 Molar mass is the mass of one mole of a
substance expressed in grams.
Let the students examine the sample substances on table
3 page 150 on the learners material.

One mole of different substances always contains

6.02 x 1023 particles but each of these substances has a
different mass. Examine the sample substances in Table 3.
You will observe that each of the substances contains
6.02 x 10 23 particles.

F. APPLICATION
DETAILED SCIENCE LESSON PLAN
Teacher Learning Area SCIENCE
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter 2

Complete the missing data.

1. 1 mole=_____________ particles
2.One mole of He has a molar mass of 4.0 g/mol. One mole
of He contains ________________ atoms.
3.One mole of Zinc atom has a molar mass of _____ g.
G. ASSESSMENT One mole of Zinc atom contains ________________
atoms.
4. The mass of one mole of CO2 is 44.01 g. One mole of
CO22 contains _______________ molecules.
5.The molar mass of NaCl is 58.5 g. One mole of NaCl
contains ___________ NaCl ion pairs.

Look for a label of household/beauty care products.

H. ENRICHMENT/
AGREEMENT List one ingredient and give its chemical formula and
calculate its molar mass.
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up
with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I
wish to share with other teachers?
Developed by:

JULIE B. BONGCALES
MT-1/Las Nieves NHS