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# DATE February 14, 2017

## February 15, 2017

SECTIONS: Descartes & Euler
I. OBJECTIVE(S) At the end of the lesson, at least 75% of the students with 75 proficiency should be
able to achieve the ff. goals:
1. determine the quantitative relationship between volume and the number of
moles;
2. perform calculations using Avogadros Law; and
3. appreciate the applications of Avogadros Law in day-to-day living.
II. LESSON A. UNIT 4 : Matter and Its Interactions
Module 1 : Behavior of Gases

## C. Materials: scientific calculator, problem set

A. ENGAGE/RECALL

Students will identify the no. of moles based from the ff. equations:

SO2.

Fe2O3.

## C. In a given chemical equation: N2 + 3 H2 2 NH3 : There are 3 moles

of H2
needed to make 2 moles of NH3.

B. EXPLORE 1. Students will do first a graphing activity about the qualitative relationship
about volume and number of moles.
2. From there, establish the equation for the Avogadros Law.
3. Use a lecture format to teach how to use the equation in solving
4. Then the students can work by group to solve the problem set.
5. Students will do the Number Parade to show their answers to the
problems.

## C. EXPLAIN KEY CONCEPTS:

Equation for the combined gas law V1n2 = V2n1
Wherein: n1 = number of moles at initial condition
n2 = number of moles at final condition
V1 = volume at initial condition
V2 = volume at initial condition

## E. EVALUATE SOLVE THE FF.

A 5 L sample of oxygen gas is determined to contain 0.25 mole of oxygen. How
many moles of oxygen gas woul there be in a 10 L sample provided that the pressure
& temperature will be held constant?
IV. ASSIGNMENT 1. Explain Avogadros Law by means of using illustrations.
2. Bring a scientific calculator.
V. REFLECTION

## SECTION Descartes Fibonacci Faraday Euler Einstein

No. of Learners with Mastery Level
No. of Learners Needing Reinforcement
TOTAL