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GRADES 1 to 12 School Cabalagnan Elementary School Grade Level V

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Larry C. Capacite Learning Areas Science

Teaching Dates June 19-23, 2017 Quarter First

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

I. OBJECTIVES 1. Describe changes in materials under different conditions.

2. Cite the conditions/factors that bring about changes in materials.

A. Content Standards Materials undergo changes due to oxygen and Materials undergo changes due to Materials undergo changes due to Materials undergo changes due Materials undergo changes
heat oxygen and heat oxygen and heat to oxygen and heat due to oxygen and heat
B. Performance Standards The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/ or The learner uses local, recyclable The learner uses local, recyclable The learner uses local, The learner uses local,
liquid materials in making useful products. solid and/ or liquid materials in solid and/ or liquid materials in recyclable solid and/ or liquid recyclable solid and/ or
making useful products. making useful products. materials in making useful liquid materials in making
products. useful products.

C. Learning The learner uses local, recyclable solid and/ or The learner uses local, recyclable The learner uses local, recyclable The learner uses local, The learner uses local,
Competencies/Objectives liquid materials in making useful products. solid and/ or liquid materials in solid and/ or liquid materials in recyclable solid and/ or liquid recyclable solid and/ or
Write the LC code for each making useful products. making useful products. materials in making useful liquid materials in making
products. useful products.
S5MT Ic d 4
S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4
S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4

II. CONTENT Changes that Materials Undergo Changes that Materials Undergo Changes that Materials Undergo Changes that Materials Changes that Materials
(Chemical Change) (Chemical Change) Chemical Change) Undergo Undergo
(Observing Chemical Change) (Observing Chemical
Change)

III. LEARNING RESOURCES Science for daily Use 5,TM and Textbook

Into The Future: Science and Health 5, TM and


Teachers Guide, Developing Science Concepts Through Learning Activities 6,

Science Links, Rex bookstore by Evelyn Larisma, Jan Jason

A. References Science for daily Use 5,TM and Textbook Science for daily Use 5,TM and Science for daily Use 5,TM and Science in Our World 5, Science in Our World 5,
Textbook Textbook Vibal Pub. , Norma Vibal Pub. , Norma
Into The Future: Science and Health 5, TM Abracia,Evelyn Sarte Abracia,Evelyn Sarte
and Into The Future: Science and Into The Future: Science and
Health 5, TM and Health 5, TM and Science and Science and
Teachers Guide, Developing Science Health 5,SD Pub.,Carmelita Health 5,SD
Concepts Through Learning Activities 6, Teachers Guide, Developing Teachers Guide, Developing Coronel Pub.,Carmelita Coronel
Science Concepts Through Science Concepts Through
Science Links, Rex bookstore by Evelyn Learning Activities 6, Learning Activities 6,
Larisma, Jan Jason
Science Links, Rex bookstore by Science Links, Rex bookstore by
Evelyn Larisma, Jan Jason Evelyn Larisma, Jan Jason

1. Teachers Guide pages

2. Learners Material pages

3. Textbook pages

4. Additional Materials from S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4 S5MT Ic d 4


Learning Resource (LR) portal

B. Other Learning Resources

IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson or Play a game. Question and answer portion What is chemical change? What is chemical change? Motivation; Motivation;
presenting the new lesson
1. Each group has its own color flag to raise 1.Arrange jumbled words, 1.Arrange jumbled words,
meaning of physical and meaning of physical and
2. Raise the flag if they know the answer chemical chemical
3. the first group to make 3 points wins the 2. The first group to arrange 2. The first group to
game it correctly, wins the game arrange it correctly, wins
Question 1.change form from solid to liquid. the game

2. change form from solid to gas.

3.change form from liquid to solid


B. Establishing a purpose for the a.Show that chemical change may take a.Showthat chemical change may a.Show that chemical change may Observe that new Observe that
lesson place in materials. take place in materials. take place in materials. material is formed in chemical new material is formed in
change chemical change
b.Observe that new material is formed in b.Observe that new material is b.Observe that new material is
2. Investigate
chemical change. formed in chemical change. formed in chemical change. 2. Investigate
changes that happen in
materials in the presence or lack
changes that happen in
c.Investigate changes that happen in c.Investigate changes that happen c.Investigate changes that happen materials in the presence
of
materials upon application of heat. in materials upon application of in materials upon application of or lack of
heat. heat. Oxygen.
Oxygen.

C. Presenting examples/instances of Divide the class into groups. Tell them to Divide the class into groups. Tell Divide the class into groups. Tell 1. Divide the class into 1. Divide the class into
the new lesson do lesson 3, them to do lesson 3, them to do lesson 3, group. Tell the to do lesson group. Tell the to do
4, Observing lesson 4, Observing
Activity 1, Observing chemical change Activity 1, Observing chemical Activity 1, Observing chemical
change change Chemical Chemical
1. .Let each group answer all the questions change. change.
in their assigned activity 1. .Let each group answer all the 1. .Let each group answer all the
questions in their assigned activity questions in their assigned activity 2.Let each group answer all 2.Let each group answer
2.Guide the pupils as they perform the the questions in their all the questions in their
activity. 2.Guide the pupils as they 2.Guide the pupils as they assigned tasks assigned tasks
perform the activity. perform the activity.
Activity 1- Observing Chemical Change 3.guide the pupils as they 3.guide the pupils as
Activity 1- Observing Activity 1- Observing perform their activity they perform their activity
What to do: Chemical Change Chemical Change
1.Burn a piece of paper in an empty can What to do: What to do:
What to do: What to do:
2.Pound an empty eggshell into small 1.Place nails and steel wool 1.Place nails and steel
pieces. Place the pieces on a saucer. Add a 1.Burn a piece of paper in an 1.Burn a piece of on the table.sprinkle some wool on the table.sprinkle
teaspoonful of vinegar into them, empty can paper in an empty can water on them, some water on them,
3.Put a spoonful of white sugar in another 2 .Pound an empty eggshell into 2.Pound an empty Observe them Observe
empty can. Burn the sugar using a alcohol small pieces. Place the pieces on a eggshell into small pieces. for 1 week. them for 1 week.
lamp, saucer. Add a teaspoonful of
vinegar into them, Place the pieces 2.Get an empty can and 2.Get an empty can and
on a saucer. burn some pieces of paper burn some pieces of paper
3.Put a spoonful of white sugar in it. in it.
in another empty can. Add a teaspoonful
Burn the sugar using a alcohol of vinegar into them, Observe. Observe.
lamp,
3.Put a spoonful of
white sugar in another empty can.

Burn the sugar


using a alcohol lamp,

D. Discussing new concepts and Questions and suggested answers: Questions and suggested Questions and suggested Questions and expected Questions and expected
practicing new skills #1 answers: answers: answers: answers:
1 .What changes took place when you
burned the paper?(it formed ashes) 1 .What changes took place 1 .What changes took place 1.Do you see rust forming 1.Do you see rust forming
when you burned the paper?(it when you burned the paper?(it on them?(yes) on them?(yes)
2. Did it form a new substance? (yes) formed ashes) formed ashes)
2,What made them 2,What made them
3. What was formed when you added 2. Did it form a new 2. Did it form a new rusty?(air and water) rusty?(air and water)
vinegar to the broken pieces eggshells? substance? (yes) substance? (yes)
3.what changes happened 3.what changes
(bubbles) 3. What was formed when you 3. What was formed when you to the paper?(it turned ash) happened to the paper?(it
4.what does this indicate?( a carbon added vinegar to the broken added vinegar to the broken turned ash)
pieces eggshells? pieces eggshells? 4.what are the product or
dioxide was released in the air) new substance formed in 4.what are the product or
5.describe the color, appearance and (bubbles) (bubbles) this activity? new substance formed in
smell of burnt sugar.(its black, taste bitter this activity?
4.what does this indicate?( a 4.what does this indicate?( a
It has distinct smell) carbon dioxide was released in carbon dioxide was released in
the air) the air)
6.Did white sugar change into something
else? What was it?(yes, carbon) 5.describe the color, 5.describe the color,
appearance and smell of burnt appearance and smell of burnt
sugar.(its black, taste bitter sugar.(its black, taste bitter

It has distinct smell) It has distinct smell)

6.Did white sugar change into 6.Did white sugar change into
something else? What was it?(yes, something else? What was it?(yes,
carbon) carbon)
E. Discussing new concepts and A chemical change differs from A chemical change differs A chemical change differs The nails and steel wool are The nails and steel wool
practicing new skills #2 physical change. In a chemical change, new from physical change. In a from physical change. In a made of iron.when wet iron are made of iron.when
and different materials are formed. The new chemical change, new and chemical change, new and reacts with wet iron reacts with
materials formed have properties different different materials are formed. different materials are formed.
from the original properties .Acids and The new materials formed have The new materials formed have Oxygen in the air, rust is Oxygen in the air, rust is
absorption of heat are two factors properties different from the properties different from the produced. Rust is a new produced. Rust is a new
original properties .Acids and original properties .Acids and substance. substance.
needed for chemical change to occur . absorption of heat are two absorption of heat are two Rust is an oxide that forms Rust is an oxide that
When the materials burned, they turned factors factors when iron reacts to oxygen forms when iron reacts to
black, unlike the original substance .Burning needed for chemical change to needed for chemical change to in the presence of water. oxygen in the presence of
requires application of heat .It may or occur . occur . water.
may not be applied for a change to happen. When a nail is exposed to
the presence of bubbles, change in color When the materials burned, When the materials burned, oxygen and water, rust When a nail is exposed to
and release of heat they turned black, unlike the they turned black, unlike the starts to form on its oxygen and water, rust
original substance .Burning original substance .Burning starts to form on its
Indicate a chemical change. Surface. This situation
requires application of heat .It requires application of heat .It shows OXIDATION, a Surface. This situation
When a material undergoes a chemical may or may not be applied for a may or may not be applied for a chemical reaction that is shows OXIDATION, a
change, the new material formed cannot be change to happen. the presence change to happen. the presence aide by oxygen. Once a new chemical reaction that is
brought back to its original form. Chemical of bubbles, change in color and of bubbles, change in color and product is formed, the aide by oxygen. Once a
change is an irreversible process. release of heat release of heat original material is new product is formed,
Indicate a chemical change. Indicate a chemical change. Unidentifiable. the original material is
Examples of chemical change are Unidentifiable.
rotting mouse,ripening of mango, When a material undergoes a When a material undergoes a When paper burns, the
chemical change, the new chemical change, the new paper reacts with the When paper burns, the
Burning of chop woods,production oxygen in the air. Its paper reacts with the
of electricity,photosynthesis,decaying material formed cannot be material formed cannot be
brought back to its original form. brought back to its original form. moisture and its changes its oxygen in the air. Its
vagetables. color,size, texture and moisture and its changes
Chemical change is an irreversible Chemical change is an irreversible
process. process. shape. Carbon dioxide, its color,size, texture and
moisture and ashes are the shape. Carbon dioxide,
Examples of chemical Examples of chemical new substance that form. moisture and ashes are
change are rotting mouse,ripening change are rotting mouse,ripening the new substance that
of mango, of mango, form.

Burning of chop Burning of chop


woods,production of woods,production of
electricity,photosynthesis,decaying electricity,photosynthesis,decaying
vagetables. vagetables.
F. Developing mastery How does matter undergo chemical change? How does matter undergo chemical How does matter undergo chemical What does oxygen brought to What does oxygen brought
(Leads to Formative Assessment 3) change? change? in chemical change? to in chemical change

G. Finding practical applications of Ask some household activities that the observed Ask some household activities that Ask some household activities that Do some experiments Do some experiments
concepts and skills in daily living under chemical change. the observed under chemical change. the observed under chemical change.

H. Making generalizations and What are chemical change? What are chemical What are chemical Elaborate how oxygen affects Elaborate how oxygen
abstractions about the lesson How are the factors that affect chemical change? How are the factors that change? How are the factors that chemical change. affects chemical change.
change? affect chemical change? affect chemical change?

I. Evaluating learning Put a check before the number that shows a Put a check before the number Put a check before the number Encircle the things that rust. *doing experiments
chemical change. that shows a chemical change. that shows a chemical change.

______1.Leaves are decaying ______1.Leaves are decaying ______1.Leaves are decaying


Metal spoon pad paper
______2.Water is boiled ______2.Water is boiled ______2.Water is boiled straw screw coin pencil
play money
______3.Garbage is burned ______3.Garbage is burned ______3.Garbage is burned

______4.Sewing the socks ______4.Sewing the socks ______4.Sewing the socks


Hammer keys broom
______5.rotting tomatoes ______5.rotting tomatoes ______5.rotting tomatoes curtain thumbtacks rock
ring

J. Additional activities for experimentation observation


application or remediation
Read something about the compost pit. Find out Read something about the compost Read something about the compost
the chemical change that garbage undergoes. pit. Find out the chemical change pit. Find out the chemical change
that garbage undergoes. that garbage undergoes.
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION

A. No. of learners who earned 80%


in the evaluation

B. No. of learners who require additional


activities for remediation who scored
below 80%
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?