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DAILY LESSON LOG

IN GRADE 9
Grade 9
8:30-9:30
G9 - 8

9:50-10:50
G9-5

1:00-2:00
G9-3

Subject/ Learning Area: SCIENCE III (CHEMISTRY)


November 20, 2014 --Thursday-I. OBJECTIVES: After this activity, the students should be able to:
Lesson/s:
A. relate the volcanos slope to its material emissions;
B. construct miniature model of volcanoes showing its different shapes;
C. differentiate one after the other the types of volcanoes in terms of its
shape; and
D. manifest creativity, neatness and cooperation in performing the activity.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Activity 3.3: MINIATURE VOLCANO MODEL CONSTRUCTION
SHOWING THE TYPES
OF VOLCANO IN TERMS OF SHAPE
B. Content Standard: Demonstrate understanding of volcanoes found in
the Philippines
C. Performance Standard: Participates in the activities that reduce risks
and lessen effects of natural phenomenon such as volcanic eruption.
D. Learning Competencies: Describe the different types of volcanoes (in
terms of shape)
E. Reference:
1. Teachers Guide: Unit 3, Module 1 (Volcanoes) pp. 8 10
2. Learners Manual: Unit 3, Module (Volcanoes) pp. 15 28
3. Internet: www.google.com, www.slideshare.com, www.scribd.com,
F. Materials:
1. Pictures of different shapes of volcanoes with activity procedure printed
on a long coupon bond
2. Mud clay
3. 13X 13 plywood cut into halves
4. Cement
5. Latex Paint
6. Paint Brush
7. Label with parts of volcanoes printed on a construction paper
8. Apron
9. Colored Pens
10. DLP and slide presentation prepared thru Prezi Desktop
III. PROCEDURE
A. Pre Developmental Activity
1. Recall
- Slide presentation thru Prezi Desktop were shown to review
previously performed activity.
2. Motivation
- Let them travel around the world featuring world volcanoes thru
simulation as they view the prepared slide presentation thru Prezi
Desktop.
- Ask: How do these volcanoes differ from one another?
B. Pre-Activity
1. Checking of materials
2. Distribution of photocopy materials
3. Explanation of the Objectives
4. Discussion of Procedure
C. Activity Proper
1. Pounding of dried mud clay

2. Making of clay dough


3. Volcano external part construction on plywood
4. Covering with cement coating
5. Applying light base color latex paint
6. Putting colors with latex paint
D. Post Activity
- Presentation of outputs for final critiquing.
IV. EVALUATION
- Construction of Concept of the Assigned Volcano
*Direction: In 5 minutes, construct your concept map of your chosen
volcano by picking five words connected to it. With label on it, put
the picture at the center of the concept map. Present your answer
in front in 3 minutes.
* Note:
V. AGREEMENT
On a short coupon bond, research and print with musical score one folksong
of the world.

E. Objective/s: relate the volcanos slope to its material emissions

CONTENT STANDARDS: Demonstrate understanding of volcanoes found in the


Philippines.
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: Participates in the activities that reduce risks and
lessen effects of natural phenomenon such as volcanic eruption.
II. Subject Matter:
F. Activity 5: IN AND OUT
G. Reference: Teachers Guide: pp.
H. Learners Material Used: Learners Manual: pp. 15-16
I. Materials: two cups of cornstarch
two cups of water
1 cup
gravel
3 cardboard pieces
three 250 mL paper cups
stirrer (any wooden stick) ruler
protractor
III. Procedure:
Performance of Activity 5: IN AND OUT
Science Idea:
Shield volcanoes are formed by the accumulation of lava that oozes out
from the volcano. Cinder cones, on the other hand, are built from ejected lava
fragments. Composite cones or stratovolcanoes are large, nearly perfect
sloped structure formed from alternate solidification of both lava and
pyroclastic deposits.
IV. Assessment:
How will you describe the slope of Pinatubo Volcano? Infer the type of
materials from which it was formed.

V. Agreement:
Bring baking soda, vinegar and dishwashing liquid.

No. of learners within mastery level:

No. of learners needing remediation/reinforcement:


Other activities:

Date:
June 5, 2013 (Wednesday)
Components:
MUSIC AND ARTS III

III-SS, III-SPA, III-8 & 3-10

I. OBJECTIVES: After this activity, the students should be able to:


1.
2.
3.

Recall the lyrics of the song Bauang Hymn thru Calligraphy Art
Familiarize themselves with the melody of Bauang Hymn thru singing.
Realize the importance of the value of neatness and creativity in their lives.

II. SUBJECT MATTER


A. Topic:
B. Reference:
C. Materials:
Keyboard

Vocal Techniques Using the song Bauang Hymn


Musical Score of Region I March and La Union Hymn
Photocopies of the Musical Score of Region I March and Musical

III. LESSON PROPER:


A. Pre Developmental Activity/Motivation
- Let them sing the song Bauang Hymn lightly with piano accompaniment. Some Vocal
techniques will be injected while singing.
B. Pre-art Activity
1. Checking of materials
2. Explanation of the Objectives
3. Discussion of Procedure
C. Art Activity Proper
- Posting of art samples on the board
D. Valuing
- Ask: What value have you learned in this art activity?
IV. EVALUATION
- Note: This is done thru recitation wherein they would summarize what have taken.
V. AGREEMENT
- On a short coupon bond, research and print with musical score one folksong of the
world.