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# Republic of the Philippines

Region I
Division of City Schools
CABULOAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Urdaneta City

## LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE

Date: September 19, 2018 Time: 9:45-10:45 AM
I. Objectives: Assessment
Timeline
A. Content Standards Demonstrate an understanding of: the relationship
between faults and earthquakes
B. Performance Standards The Learners shall be able to: participate in decision
making on where to build structures based on
knowledge of the location of active faults in the
community

## C. Learning Competencies differentiate the intensity of an earthquake from its

magnitude;
S8ES-IIc-17
D. Learning Objectives At the end of the class, the students will be
able to:
1. Identify the PHIVOLCS Intensity Scale 1 to 10.
2. Explain why earthquake occurs in different
places with different intensities.

## Integrated/Interdisciplinary Approach by connecting

lessons with other subjects.

## Differentiated Strategy using Simulation Activity

II. Content
Unit 2 Module 1: Earthquakes and Faults
Topic: How Strong is the Earthquake?

## III. Learning Resources

1. LM,pp. 128-130
2. TG, pp. 80-83
3. CG, pg.46
4. Internet:
https://wikidiff.com/
magnitude/intensity
IV. Procedures
ELICIT The students will give a recap about the previous
A. Reviewing previous lesson or lesson by performing the WORD Challenge activity.
presenting the new lesson The students will describe/define the following
words base on the previous discussion ( about
Earthquakes and Faults) The following words are:
1. Earthquake
2. Fault
3. Focus
4. Epicenter

## Then the students will answer the following

questions:
1. What is an active fault?
B. Establishing a purpose for the 2. What are the causes of Earthquake?
lesson
ENGAGE *INTEGRATION OF HISTORY/ARALING PANLIPUNAN
C. Presenting examples/instances
of the new lesson Do the ”HISTORY IMAGE GUESSING”:

## Present images and then ask the students to what

they can say about the images like what happened to
the buildings, what happened to the roads, is the
earthquake strong, what
Then share a brief history of July 16, 1990
earthquake.

## Then group the students into let them be guided

with the classroom rules before proceeding with the
next activity-to have effective classroom setting to
engage learners in different activities

## EXPLORE Discuss the two different ways to describe how

D. Discussing new concepts and powerful an earthquake is. (Intensity and
practicing new skills #1 Magnitude)

## *(INTEGATION OF MATH AND ENGLISH)

Then let the students perform the activity
“ Matching Intensity Scale to Its Description “ by
following procedures a-d

## a. Remember that in Intensity Scale 1-10,

intensity 1 is the weakest and 10 is the
strongest.

## b. Read and analyze each description and match

it to what you think is its
corresponding/correct intensity.
c. Consider to arrange each word based on its
strength or power in increasing order.
d. Paste your work on the board.

## While discussing the PHIVOLCS Earthquake

Intensity Scale (PEIS), each student per group
E. Discussing new concepts and will check their
practicing new skill #2 output.

(INTEGATION OF ARTS/MAPEH)
Then let the students to perform the activity
” Earthquake Skit” by following the direction:

## Make a 2 -3 minute role playing act showing what

people do when earthquake strikes.

CRITERIA RATING

## The concept being

conveyed is delivered 5 4 3 2 1
clearly.
Role was played in
a convincing and 5 4 3 2 1
consistent manner.
Role-play was well 5 4 3 2 1
prepared and organize.
Role-play captured 5 4 3 2 1
and maintained
audience interest.
ELABORATE Integration of Values/ESP
E. Developing Mastery (leads to Recitation #1
Formative Assessment 3) Each group will be given a time to share to the class
their realization after performing the skit.

*INTEGATION OF MUSIC/MAPEH

F. Finding Practical application Using Intensity Scale 1-10 and its description, group 1
of concepts an 2 will sing it with the tune of “Bahay Kubo” and
group 3 and 4 with the tune of “Leron Leron Sinta”

## Then relate the applications of Earthquake and its

intensity to our daily life situations.

EXPLAIN Recitation #2
F. Making generalization and
abstraction about the lesson 1. What is Intensity
2. What is Magnitude
EVALUATE Let the students to answer the question individually:
G. Evaluating the Learning 1. PHIVOLCS stands for ____________________.
2. What intensity is capable of destroying all
3. As you go away from the focus, the intensity
___________.

## Write the corresponding intensity scale for each

description.

Description Intensity
scale
4. Scarcely Perceptible
5. Completely Devastating
EXTEND Make a research of the distribution map of active
H. Agreement/ Additional faults and trenches in the Philippines
activities for application or
Remediation
V.REMARKS
VI REFLECTION

## JEARALYN R. INSO MERIAN A. LACADEN

JHS Teacher I/Ratee M.T. I/ Rater

Reviewed by:

WALTER N. LUMAGUE