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School San Jose National High School Grade Level Grade 9

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher Mary Ann S. Dordines Learning Area Science

09-05-18 (8:30-9:30) (10:45-11:45) Quarter Second Quarter

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of the type of bonds that carbon forms that
results in diversity of carbon compounds.
B. Performance Standard
C. Learning Competencies The learners should be able to explain how the structure of carbon atoms affects the type of
Write the LC code for each bonds it forms
Given several activities, the Grade 9 learners are expected to do the following with
80% proficiency:
a. differentiate the two types of structural formula of hydrocarbons,
b. classify the structural formula as to what family of hydrocarbon it belongs, and
c. construct hydrocarbon compounds using line-bond structural formula and
condensed structural formula

Carbon Compounds
A. References C. Materials:
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Science 9 TG. pp.30-45 - Manila paper, Cartolina, Pictures
2. Learners Material pages Science 9 LM. pp. 127-141 D. Values Integration:
3. Textbook pages - Cooperativeness, Competencies,
4. Additional materials from E. E. Unlocking Difficulties;
Learning Resource (LR) portal. - Organic Compounds, Structural,
Condensed, Line-Bond.
B. Other Learning Resource https://www.scribd.com/doc/236838691/Grade-
A. Reviewing previous lesson or ELICIT
presenting the new lesson  The learners will be call randomly to ask about what is the last topic that being
 These are following question that will be ask:
- What is hydrocarbon?
- What are the two types of hydrocarbons?
- Differentiate alkanes, alkenes, alkynes?
- Give the general formula of alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes?
B. Establishing a purpose for the ENGAGE
lesson  The teacher will introduce the term structural formula.
 The pictures are place on the board which are related to the current topic.
- The pictures include the structural formula:


C. Presenting  Based on the learners’ observation about pictures on the board, they will be ask
examples/instances of the with the following questions.
new lesson. 1. What can you observed about the bonding
2. What do you call about this structure?
D. Discussing the new concepts EXPLORE
and practicing new skills #1  The teacher will divide the class into two groups.
 Each group will be given different compounds of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, what
are they going to do is to construct the line-bond structural formula. Each group
will choose five representatives to write the answer on the board.
-Give the Line-bond Structural Formula of the following compounds;
1. Butane
2. 1-Butene
3. Pentane
4. Propyne
E. Discussing the new concepts  Same group will apply to the next activity
and practicing new skills #2  The learners will also write the condensed formula of the same compound given.
-Write the Condensed Structural Formula;
1. Butane
2. 1-Butene
3. Pentane
4. Propyne
 Developing mastery EXPLAIN (chalk-talk-method)
(Leads to formative  The teacher will further explain by discussing the following terms.
assessment 3) 1. Line-bond Structural Formula- tells us which atoms in a molecule. It is also
shows us how they connect to each other.
2. Condensed Structural Formula- is a system of writing organic structures so we
can try to write them in a line of text.
 Finding practical application of ELABORATE
concepts and skills in daily  The teacher will call the learners randomly to give examples that they use in their
living in daily life situation and daily routine.
 Making generalization and  The teacher will ask students to differentiate using line-bond structural formula and
abstraction about the lesson condensed structural formula.
 Evaluating learning EVALUATION
A. Give what is asked in the following item.
1. It is family of hydrocarbons that are connected by single bond only.
2. It is family of hydrocarbons that are connected by triple bond.
3. It is family of hydrocarbons that are connected by double bond.
B. Give is the Line-bond Structural Formula and the Condensed Structural
1. Heptane
2. Propane
3. Propene
4. 1- Hexene
5. 2- Butyne
 Additional activities for EXTEND
application or remediation The teacher will let the learners study in advance about the other common
compounds organic compounds, and alcohol.


Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your students’ progress this week. What works? What
VI. REFLECTION else needs to be done to help the students learn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so
when you meet them, you can ask them relevant question.
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 lesson 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 this work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized material did I use/discover which I wish to
share with other teachers?

Checked by:
Ms. Julie Ann S. Sicoy