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Lesson Plan in Science

Name of Teacher: Lyka Jane Y. Castillote

Subject: Science
Topic: Matter
Module: 1
8
Lesson Title: The Particle Nature of Matter
Duration: 1
hr
Competency: Explain the properties of solids, liquids, and gases based on
the particle nature of matter.
Key Understanding to be Developed: All matter is particulate in nature.
Knowledg Explain the particulate nature of matter
Learning
e
Objectives:
Skills
Create situations that matter is particulate in
nature
Attitude
Infer the particulate nature of matter
Resources
Sugar, water, plastic cups, food coloring, manila paper,
Needed
pentel pen, balloon
Elements of the
Methodology
Plan

Preparations
-How will I make

the learners
-How do I
prepare the
learners for the
new lesson?
-How will I
connect my new
lesson with the
past lesson?

Introductio
Who among you here loves to do the
n
laundry? Or let me rephrase it, who among
you here has washed their clothes either by
hand or machine?
Ever have a nasty stain on your shirt that
wont come out in the wash, no matter how
many times you try, and yet that same
stained shirt comes back from the dry
cleaner looking like new?
Why do you think this is so? (Let students
give their answers and the teacher writes
them down on the board.) Ok let us check
Students will be grouped.
Activity

Part I Sugar and Water

1. In a clean and dry plastic cup, mark the
volume of the water with the pentel pen.

2. Add sugar to the cup. Stir thoroughly. Mark

again the volume of the solution.
3. Then taste the water.
4. Write or draw your observations on the
manila paper.
Part II Food Coloring and Water
Add a few drops of food coloring to a plastic
cup of clean water. DO NOT STIR. Observe what
happens. Draw one particle picture showing
the particles of food coloring and water
immediately after you added the coloring, and
another particle picture showing them after a
couple of minutes.

Analysis

Practice
-What practice
exercises/applicati
on activities will I

Abstractio
n
Applicatio
n

Part III
Pass the balloon around and let each group
member smell it.
1. What is the taste of the water after adding
sugar?
2. What is now the volume of the water after
3. What changes do you observe in the sugar
and/or water?
4. Can you identify the mystery substance
inside in part3?
5. How do your observations provide evidence
that the mystery substance is made of tiny
particles that are in constant motion?
6. From your observations, what can you infer
about the rubber material of the balloon?
7. How do your observations provide evidence
that matter is composed of discrete particles?
8. What can you infer about the nature of these
particles?

What is matter?
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see.
feel
think.
will.

give to the
learners?

Assessment Matrix
Assessm Levels of Assessment
What will I
How will I
ent
assess?
assess?
Knowledge
Description Oral
of matter
participatio
n
Process or Skills

Understanding(s)
Product/Performan
ce/s (Transfer of
Understanding)

Drawing or
observations
of the
activities
Explanation
of matter
Work output

How will I
score?
10 points =
cooperation
20 points =
creativity

Work
output

20 points =
explanation
50 points all in
all