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Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 1
I. Objective
1. Describe the functions of the bones and muscles.
II. A. Materials
Charts of bones and muscle
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity 1-5)
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4, pp.
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care for our bones and muscles.
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill: Name the different parts of the body. Using a graphic
organizer.
2. Review: Enumerate the different sense organs and which part of
the body does it belong.
3. Motivation:
Show the skeletal system and muscular system.

Ask: What are the pictures all about?


What would you look like if you have no bones in our body?
What parts of the body do you use in doing different actions like
clapping, standing, bending and others?
4. Presentation:
Say: Our lesson for today is about the functions of the bones and
muscles in our body.
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five.
2. Let the group go through a Gallery Walk.
3. Introduce the activities.

Learning Station
NO.1

Learning Station
NO.2

Learning Station
NO.3

LM Activity 1-A

LM Activity 1-B

LM Activity II-A

Learning Station
NO.4

Learning Station
NO.5

LM Activity II-B

LM Activity III

4. Let each group answer the guide questions in each station.


5. Supervise the pupils as they perform the activity particularly on the
handling of knife.
C. Explanation:
1. Group Reporting
2. Ask each group to share their answers and results on the different
activities.

Activity I-A
1. Was the paper doll able to stand on its own?
2. What role did the wire play when it was attached to the paper doll?
3. What happened when you bent the wire in different directions?
4. Can you feel the backbone of your partner?
5. What role does the backbone offer in bending?

Activity I-B
1. Describe what is inside the chicken head?
2. Base on its texture, why must it be covered?

Activity II-A
1. How many bones are involved in the movement?
2. Are the bones connected to each other?
3. What cover these bones?
4. How do muscles help the bone to move?
5. In summary, describe how the bones, muscles, and joints work together

Activity II-B
1. What helps your finger bones move as you write?
2. Do your bones and muscles work together?
3. Can you control the movement of your arms and legs?
4. Can you control the beating of your heart?
5. Give example of actions that you can control?
6. Give example of actions that you cannot control?
7. When are muscles voluntary and involuntary?

Activity III. A. ribcage B. skull

C. backbones

D. pelvic bones

1. What are the bones that protect the internal organs?


2. Which set of bones protect the lungs and liver?

3. Clarify the misconceptions at once by discussing the bones, joints


3. What
organ is protected
byfollowing:
the skull?
and
muscles.Then
ask the
4. What is the function of the pelvic bones?

1. What are the important bones in your body?

2. What is the function of skull? Ribs? Ball and sockets?


Backbones?
3. How are bones connected?
4. What are the functions of muscles?
D. Elaboration:
1. Retain the grouping for a dance performance.
2. Which set of bones work together as you dance?
3. What is the importance of the bones, joints, and muscles working
together?
E. Evaluation:
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. What organ is protected by the skull?
A. heart

B. liver

C. brain

D. stomach

2. What joints can be found in the shoulder and hipbones?


A. ball and socket

B. hinges

C. flat bones

D. gliding

3. What is protected by the breast or rib cage?


A. heart

B. liver

C. brain

D. stomach

4. Which is NOT a function of the muscles in the body?


A.
B.
C.
D.

Gives shape to the body


Carries out the movement of the body and its organs
Assist in the regular movement involved in breathing
Serves as the bodys framework

5. Which action cannot be controlled?


A. walking

B. running

C. heart beat

D. eating

IV. Assignment:
Draw the skeletal and muscular system on your science notebook.

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 2
I. Objective
1. Describe the functions of the bones and muscles.
II. A. Materials
Charts of bones and muscle
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity 2-3)
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4, pp.
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care for our bones and muscles.
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill: Enumerate the different sense organs and which part of the
body does it belong.
2. Review: Name the different parts of the Skeletal System.

3. Motivation:
Look at the children below.
What can you say about the picture on the left?
What about the pictures on the right?
What are the activities performed by the children?
What body systems were used by these children?

What parts of the body do you use in doing different actions like
dancing, standing, bending and others?
4. Presentation:
Let the pupils sing Full of Bones see TG,p.75
Ask: What is the song about? Now, our next lesson is about the
functions of the bones and the muscles in our body.
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five.
2. Go through the Gallery Walk again.
3. Introduce the activities. Refer the LM Activity I-B and II-A

Activity I-B
1. Describe what is inside the chicken head?
2. Base on its texture, why must it be covered?

Activity II-A
1. How many bones are involved in the movement?
2. Are the bones connected to each other?
3. What cover these bones?
4. How do muscles help the bone to move?
5. In summary, describe how the bones, muscles, and joints work together
to help you move?

4. Let each group perform the activity and ask them to answer the
guide questions in each station.
5. Supervise the pupils as they perform the activity particularly on the
handling of knife.
C. Explanation:
1. Group Reporting
2. Ask each group to share their answers and results on the different
activities.
3. Clarify the misconceptions at once by discussing the bones,
and muscles.Then ask the following:
1. What are the functions of the bones?
2. What is skeleton?
3. What are the bones in the body?
4. Do they differ in shape, size and function?

3. How are bones connected?


4. What are the functions of muscles?
D. Elaboration:
1. Retain the grouping for a zumba performance.
2. Which set of bones work together as you dance?
3. What is the importance of the bones and muscles working together?
E. Evaluation:
TRUE OR FALSE:
Directions: Write T if the statement is correct and F if the statement is
incorrect.
_____ 1. The bones support the body.
_____ 2. Muscles are covered with bones.
_____ 3. Some bones protect the internal organs.
_____ 4. The bones are connected to each other.
_____ 5. Muscles expand and contract to aid movement.
IV. Assignment:
Bring the following:
Egg
Chicken wire
Ballpen without ink

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 3
I. Objective
1. Describe the functions of the bones and muscles.
II. A. Materials
Charts of bones and muscle
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4, pp.

C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring


D. Value Integration: Care for our bones and muscles.
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill:

Name the different parts of the Skeletal System.

2. Review:
TRUE OR FALSE:
Directions: Write T if the statement is correct and F if the statement is
incorrect.
_____ 1. The bones support the body.
_____ 2. Muscles are covered with bones.
_____ 3. Some bones protect the internal organs.
_____ 4. The bones are connected to each other.
_____ 5. Muscles expand and contract to aid movement.

3. Motivation:
Name the different activities that these children performed.

Which parts of the body work together on the following activities?


How do you take care of yourself when performing these activities?

4. Presentation:
Look at the illustration.

.Today, we are going to study about the how the body moves and the type of
joints
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five.
2. Go through the Learning Stations
3. Introduce the activities. Refer the LM Activity II-A and III.
Each Learning Station has illustration, activity sheets and guide
questions.

4. Let each group perform the activity and ask them to answer the
questions in
each station.

guide

5. Supervise the pupils as they perform the activity.


C. Explanation:
1. Group Reporting
2. Ask each group to share their answers and results on the different
activities.
3. Clarify the misconceptions at once by discussing the how the bone
works and the different joints in the body. Then ask the following:

1. How do the bones work?


2. What are the different joints in the body?
3. Where can we find these joints?
4. What bones protect the internal organs?
5. What is the function of each bone?
D. Elaboration:
1. Retain the grouping for some exercises.

2. Which set of bones work together as you perform these games?

3. What is the importance of the bones and joints working together?


E. Evaluation:
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Shoulder bone is an example of _________ joint.
A. Gliding joint
joint

B. Ball and socketC. Hinge joint

D.

Saddle

2. Upper arm and lower arm is connected by _______ joint.


A. Pivot
socket

B. Saddle

C. Gliding

D.

Ball

3. It protect the lungs and liver.


A. rib cage
backbones

B. skull

C. pelvic

D.

4. What organ is protected by the skull?


A. heart

B. brain

C. lungs

D. spinal cord

and

5. What is the function


____________________________

of

the

backbone

.IV. Assignment:
Draw the bones that protect the internal organs.

in

our

body?

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 4
I. Objective
1. Describe the functions of the bones and muscles.
II. A. Materials
Charts of bones and muscle
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4, pp.
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care for our bones and muscles.
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill:

Sing a Song

Full of Bones
2. Review:
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Shoulder bone is an example of _________ joint.

A. Gliding joint
joint

B. Ball and socketC. Hinge joint

D.

Saddle

2. Upper arm and lower arm is connected by _______ joint.


A. Pivot
socket

B. Saddle

C. Gliding

D.

Ball

and

3. It protect the lungs and liver.


A. rib cage
backbones

B. skull

C. pelvic

D.

4. What organ is protected by the skull?


A. heart

B. brain

C. lungs

D. spinal cord

5. What is the function of the backbone in our body?


____________________________
.3. Motivation:

What can you infer about the pictures? It shows the different use of
muscles in our body.
4. Presentation:
Read the words:
Voluntary muscle:
Noun: muscle (as most striated muscle) under voluntary control
Involuntary muscle:

Noun: muscle governing reflex functions and not under voluntary


control
( Smooth muscle )
Cardiac muscle: involuntary muscle of the heart functioning in
synchronized
rhythmic contraction. Muscle that keep
on contracting..
.Today, we are going to study about the types of muscles and their
functions.
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five.
2. Go through the Learning Stations
3. Introduce the activities. Refer the LM Activity II-B.
Each Learning Station has illustration, activity sheets and guide
questions.

Activity II-B
1. What helps your finger bones move as you write?
2. Do your bones and muscles work together?
3. Can you control the movement of your arms and legs?
4. Can you control the beating of your heart?
5. Give example of actions that you can control?
6. Give example of actions that you cannot control?
7. When are muscles voluntary and involuntary?

4. Let each group perform the activity and ask them to answer the
guide questions in
each station.
5. Supervise the pupils as they perform the activity.
C. Explanation:
1. Group Reporting

2. Ask each group to share their answers and results on the different
activities.
3. Clarify the misconceptions at once by discussing the types of muscle
and its functions. Then ask the following:
1. What are the types of muscles?
2. What is voluntary muscle?
3. What is involuntary muscle?
4. Give examples of actions that can be control.
5. Give examples of actions that cannot be control
D. Elaboration:
1. Retain the grouping to ACT OUT actions that can be control.
2. Draw actions that cannot be control.
3. What is the importance of the bones, joints and muscles working
together?
E. Evaluation:
Enumerated below are various bodily functions and activities. Using your
own body, observe
and name the type of muscle or muscles involved in
each function/activity. The muscles can either
be
voluntarily
or
involuntarily or both.
Bodily Function/Activity

Type of Muscle

1. Jumping, running, jogging


2. Winking of the eye
3. Breathing
4. Speaking
5. dancing
IV. Assignment:
Identify the kind of muscle in each of the following.

_____ 1. leg muscles


_____ 2. heart muscles
_____ 3. small intestine
_____ 4. blood vessel
_____ 5. arm muscle

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 5
I. Objective
1. Identify common bone injuries and diseases.
II. A. Materials
Charts of important; diagram/illustrations showing the different bone
injuries and muscles
disesases placed on manila paper or illustration
board
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4,

C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring


D. Value Integration: Care of physically challenged persons
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill: Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Shoulder bone is an example of _________ joint.
A. Gliding joint
joint

B. Ball and socketC. Hinge joint

D.

Saddle

2. Upper arm and lower arm is connected by _______ joint.


A. Pivot
socket

B. Saddle

C. Gliding

D.

Ball

and

3. It protect the lungs and liver.


A. rib cage
backbones

B. skull

C. pelvic

D.

4. What organ is protected by the skull?


A. heart

B. brain

C. lungs

D. spinal cord

5. What is the function of the backbone in our body?


____________________________

2. Review:
Identify the kind of muscle in each of the following.
_____ 1. leg muscles
_____ 2. heart muscles
_____ 3. small intestine
_____ 4. blood vessel
_____ 5. arm muscle

.3. Motivation:
Let the pupils sing Full of Bonesthen, add some actions pointing each
part.
What are the parts mentioned in the song?
4. Presentation:

What is shown in each picture? If, anyone of them had an accident, which
part will be affected?
Lets find out the common injuries you may encounter while playing.

B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five.
2. Let the pupils work on Lesson 14: LM Activity 4
What are the common injuries in sports and games?
Answer the guide questions
3. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1. Group Reporting
2. Ask each group to share their answers and results on the different
activities.

3. Clarify the misconceptions at once by discussing the bone diseases


and muscle injuries. Then ask the following:
1. What are the common muscle injuries?
2. What are the common bone injuries?
3. What particular body parts can be injured when you play games or
sports?
4. What other activities are prone to injuries?
5. What will you do if you get injured while playing?
6. How will you protect your bones and muscles from injuries?
7. What are the common bone diseases?
D. Elaboration:
1. Retain the grouping to ACT OUT actions that can avoid accident while
playing.
2. Draw your favorite sports/game and write your unforgettable
experience when you had an accident.
3.How are you going to take extra care when playing.
E. Evaluation:
Enumerated below are bone diseases and muscles injuries. Write BD, if
bone disease, BI, if bone injuries, MD, if muscle disease and MI, if muscle
injuries
1. Polio
2. Bruises
3. Dislocations
4. Facture
5. Osteoporosis
IV. Assignment:
Research about First Aid treatment.

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 6
I. Objective
1. Demonstrate first aid measures for common bone injuries and disesases.
II. A. Materials
Charts of important; diagram/illustrations showing the different bone
injuries and muscles
disesases placed on manila paper or illustration
board

Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 14-Activity )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.73-78
Science For Daily Use 4,
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care of physically challenged persons
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill: Clap your hands twice if the muscle is voluntary and thrice if
involuntary.
_____ 1. leg muscles
_____ 2. heart muscles
_____ 3. small intestine
_____ 4. blood vessel
_____ 5.

arm muscle

2. Review:
Enumerated below are bone diseases and muscles injuries. Write BD, if bone
disease, BI, if bone injuries, MD, if muscle disease and MI, if muscle injuries
1. Polio
2. Bruises
3. Dislocations
4. Facture
5. Osteoporosis
3. Motivation:

What does the picture shows? If you


see someone suffered from accident/injury, will you call the doctor at once?
4. Presentation:
Perform the activity in LM Activity 5 What treatment should be given?
B. Exploration:
1. Demonstrate first aid treatment to simple bone and joint injuries listed
below.
2. After the demonstration, group the pupils and let them practice first aid
treatment that was demonstrated.
3. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1. Individual Feedback
2. Role Playing: First Aid Treatment
Patient and First Aiders
a. fracture
b. cramps
c. dislocation
d. bruise
e. sprain
E. Evaluation:
Please refer to the evaluation on TG p.78

IV. Assignment:
Write a slogan showing concerns to children with disabilities.

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 1
I. Objective
1. Explain the functions of stomach and intestines in the digestion
II. A. Materials
Charts of important concepts; diagram/illustrations showing the digestion
process illustrated
in a manila paper or illustration board
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 1-Activity 1-2 )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.79-84
Science For Daily Use 4,
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care of the stomach and intestines
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill: Bones that protect internal organs
Game: Gimme Bone
2. Review:
What is First Aid Treatment?
3. Motivation:

Look at the picture. What can you say about it?


Does your family eat together? How many times a week?

What are the people doing? Why do we need


food?
What happened to the food after as it gets inside the mouth?
How do foods get inside the different parts of the body?
4. Presentation:

What is shown in the picture?


If powerpoint is available, let the pupils watch.
Today, we are going to study about the functions of the stomach and
intestines in the digestion.
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into groups.
2. Let the group go through Learning Stations.
3. In each station, do Lesson 15: LM Activity 1- How is food digested in
the stomach?and How is food digested in the intestines?
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1. Group Discussion
2. Representative report their findings.
3. Individual Feedback
How do you feel about the activity?
ACTIVITY NO. 1

ACTIVITY NO.2

D. Elaboration:

Where do foods go after it enters the mouth?


What happened to the food inside the stomach?
Where do digested food go?
What happened to the food after it was digested?

What should be done to the food you before it can be used by the body for
growth?
E. Evaluation: Below are the parts of the digestive system in column A. Write
the letter of the function of the parts in column B.
Column A
1. mouth
2. esophagus
3. stomach
4. large intestine
5. small intestine

Column B
a. It is where food are finally
digested and absorbed.
b. Digestion begins here.
c. A long tube where food
pass through.
d. Food is squeezed, twisted
and churned.
e. where undigested food
go.

IV. Assignment:
Draw the parts of the Digestive System. Label and write the functions of
each part.

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

Day 2
I. Objective
1. identify the most common problems and treatment of the stomach and
the intestines.
II. A. Materials
Charts of important concepts; diagram/illustrations showing the
digestion process illustrated in a manila paper or illustration board
Ppt./videos
Learners Materials ( Lesson 1-Activity 1-2 )
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG and LM,pp.79-84
Science For Daily Use 4,
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, comparing and inferring
D. Value Integration: Care of the digestive system
Eating the right food.
III. Learning Tasks:
A. Engagement:
1. Drill:
Role Playing: Patient who had a bad fall and a first aider
2. Review:
Name the parts and function of the digestive system.

3. Motivation:

Look at the picture. What can you say about it?


Why do you think the boy is sad? Why is he holding/pressing his stomach?

Why is
the boy
pressing
his
stomach?

4. Presentation:
Why do you think is the boy pressing his stomach?
Lets find out what are some of the causes of the stomach ache.
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into groups.
2. Let the group go through Learning Stations.
3. In each station, do Lesson 15: LM Activity 3 What are the
common problems related to digestion? and Activity Lesson 4: What
are the treatments for the common problems related to digestion?
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1.Group Reporting
A. Unlock words using the Mother Tongue for comprehension.

Heartburn
Defecating
Constipation
Dehydration

2. Representative report their findings.


3. Individual Feedback
How do you feel about the activity?
4. Check the misconceptions to strengthen the knowledge of the pipils
about the topic. Discuss about the diseases and the medication to be
given. Answers questions on p.83
D. Elaboration:
Role Playing:
Pretend like a doctor and patient suffering from diarrhea.

E. Evaluation:
Directions: Fill in the diagram. Discuss with your group the causes and
treatment to the problem.

Problem:
Why are some children infested with
intestinal worms?

CAUSES

TREATMENT

2. What is indigestion?
What are the symptoms and causes of indigestion?
How can it be prevented or treated?
IV. Assignment:
Interview your school nurse about deworming.
Ask: How is the implementation of the program in school?

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

I. Objectives
1. Describe the structure and function of the kidneys.
2. Identify common kidney disorders and diseases and their treatment.
II. A. Materials
Materials specified in the LM ( Lesson 16, Activity 1 )
Learners Materials
Charts of important concepts; diagram/illustrations showing the
structure and common kidney disorders printed in a Manila Paper
Activity Card and sheets
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG pp. 84-87and LM,pp.78-80
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, inferring, manipulating and
predicting
D. Value Integration: Proper care of the body organs

III. Learning Tasks:


A. Engagement:

1. Drill:

Name the parts and function of the digestive system.

2. Review:
Directions: Arrange the scrambled letters to form a disorder of the
digestive system.

D R R E H A

It is a watery feces.

3. Motivation:
Look at the pictures. What can you say about it?
( show a picture of two beans with primary root )
Which body part looks similar to these?
What about these pictures?

How often do you urinate a day?


Have you asked yourself where our urine come from?
What organ in our body produces urine?

Know

What

Learned

4. Presentation:
Say: Today, we will study the body organ responsible for cleaning our
blood and how we can take care of it?

KIDNEY

B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five groups.
2. Do Lesson 16: LM Activity 1 What are the functions of the
kidney?
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1.Group Reporting
2. Representative report their findings.
3. Individual Feedback
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Discuss the structure and functions of the kidneys. Follow the
discussion of diseases and disorders of kidney and its treatment.
6. Emphasize that kidneys filter the blood.
D. Elaboration:
Check whether the statement is a preventive measure to avoid kidney
ailments.

Drink 10-12 glasses of water


everyday.
Urinate frequently.
Eat too much salty and fatty foods.
Eat healthy and balanced diet.
Minimize the intake of sweets.
Exercise regularly.
What treatments should be given to people with the diseases of the kidneys?
Answer the L in the KWL chart.

E. Evaluation:
TRUE or FALSE
1. Kidney are bean-shaped paired organs.
2. The right kidney is slightly higher due to the presence of liver.
3. The kidneys perform two major functions.
4. UTI is one of the diseases of kidney.
5. Kidney Stones is also known as renal calculi.
IV. Assignment:
Draw the kidney and write its functions.

Date: ______________________

Day: _______________________

I. Objectives
1. Describe the structure and function of the kidneys.
2. Identify common kidney disorders and diseases and their treatment.
II. A. Materials
Materials specified in the LM ( Lesson 16, Activity 1 )
Learners Materials
Charts of important concepts; diagram/illustrations showing the
structure and common kidney disorders printed in a Manila Paper
Ppt./videos
Activity Card and sheets
Activity Notebook
B. References:
TG pp. 84-87and LM,pp.78-80
C. Process Skills: observing, describing, inferring, manipulating and
predicting
D. Value Integration: Proper care of the body organs

III. Learning Tasks:


A. Engagement:

1. Drill:
Name the parts and function of the digestive system.

2. Review:
Directions: Arrange the scrambled letters to form a disorder of the
digestive system.

It is a watery feces.

3. Motivation:
Look at the pictures. What can you say about it?
( show a picture of two beans with primary root )
Which body part looks similar to these?
What about these pictures?

How often do you urinate a day?


Have you asked yourself where our urine come from?
What organ in our body produces urine?

Know What Learned

4. Presentation:
Say: Today, we will study the body organ responsible for cleaning our
blood and how we can take care of it?
KIDNEY
B. Exploration:
1. Divide the class into five groups.
2. Do Lesson 16: LM Activity 1 What are the functions of the
kidney?
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Guide the pupils while doing the activity.
C. Explanation:
1.Group Reporting
2. Representative report their findings.
3. Individual Feedback
4. Answer the guide questions.
5. Discuss the structure and functions of the kidneys. Follow the
discussion of diseases and disorders of kidney. Use pptx.
6. Emphasize that kidneys filter the blood.
D. Elaboration:
Check whether the statement is a preventive measure to avoid kidney
ailments.

Drink 10-12 glasses of water everyday.


Urinate frequently.
Eat too much salty and fatty foods.
Eat healthy and balanced diet.
Minimize the intake of sweets.
Exercise regularly.
What treatments should be given to people with the diseases of the kidneys?
Answer the L in the KWL chart.

E. Evaluation:
TRUE or FALSE
1. Kidney are bean-shaped paired organs.
2. The right kidney is slightly higher due to the presence of liver.
3. The kidneys perform two major functions.
4. UTI is one of the diseases of kidney.
5. Kidney Stones is also known as renal calculi.
IV. Assignment:
Draw the kidney and write its functions.