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Demonstration Teaching Lesson Plan for Science 8

For CO purposes
Using 7 E’s Learning Model


Time Allotment/Date: 60 MINS Quarter: 4th

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding the one way flow and cycling of
materials in an ecosystem.
B. Performance Standard The learners shall be able to make a poster comparing food choices based on the trophic
C. Learning Competencies Suggest ways to minimize human impact on the environment. S8LT-IVj25
Write the LC code for each Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Recognize the impact of human activities to the ecosystem.
2. Suggest ways to minimize human impact on the environment.
3. Design steps or ways for protection and conservation of natural

II. CONTENT Subject Matter: Impact of human activities in an ecosystem


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages 187 -189

2. Learners Material pages 222 - 289

3. Textbook pages 181 – 183

4. Additional materials from

Learning Resource (LR) portal. Laptop, projector
B. Other Learning Resource Internet sources
A. Reviewing previous lesson ELICIT
or presenting the new  Preparatory Activities
lesson -Prayer
-Physical Arrangement
Show to the student a video of Zamboanga Sibugay Hymn.
 Can we consider Zamboanga Sibugay rich in natural resources?
 What are the different ecosystems shown in Zamboanga Sibugay
video clip?

B. Establishing a purpose for the Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to:
lesson 1. Recognize the impact of human activities to the ecosystem.
2. Suggest ways to minimize human impact on the environment.
3. Design steps or ways for protection and conservation of natural

C. Presenting examples/instances ENGAGE (5 minutes)

of the new lesson. MEDIA LITERACYand LITERACY
Further, pictures of different products of Zamboanga Sibugay will be shown
such as rubber, rice, coconut, coal, and others.
 Following questions will be asked:
 How are these pictures related to one another?
 Do you know where these products came from?
 How are these products utilized by citizens of Zamboanga Sibugay to
make them useful in their lives?
 What are the human activities that will make us obtain those products?
How about for coal and the other minerals?
 How will these affect the ecosystems?
E. Discussing the new concepts
and practicing new skills #2 Students will perform the activity :

Search for Hidden Treasures

Students will be divided into groups.
 Each group will make a dish garden with 10 small treasures
representing gold and other minerals buried in it.
 Make the dish garden as beautiful as you can.
 If you are done, take a picture of your dish garden and have a
groufie with it.
 Then, exchange dish garden with the other group.
 Upon the signal of the teacher, find the hidden treasures in the dish
garden as fast as you can.
 Wait for the signal from the teacher.
 The first to find the 10 Treasures wins the game.
 The treasure will be kept but the dish garden will be returned back
to the group who owns it.
 Take a look of what you have done!
 Once returned, your group will observe and record what happened
to your dish garden.
 Take pictures of the dish garden and have a groufie again.
 Compare the pictures with the ones taken before and after
exchanging with the other group.
F. Developing mastery EXPLAIN (ENGLISH)
(Leads to formative Students will brainstorm and discuss among their group mates about what they
assessment 3) learned from doing the activity and share it to the entire class. There will be a group

Guide questions:

 What happened to the dish gardens? Why?

 Presuming that these dish gardens represent the ecosystems of your
community, what is the impact of this kind of human activity (mining) to the
 What are the hazards brought about by this?
 List down the advantages and disadvantages of mining which is one of the
human activities in the environment.
 Why is it important to protect and conserve these resources?
 How can we help protect and conserve our ecosystems or the natural
resources in general?
Presentation of Outputs.

Criteria for Presentation

Accuracy The answers are The answers are The answers are not
accurate based on the not so accurate related to the guide
guide questions. based on the questions.
guide questions.
Cooperatio All members in the 1-2 members are 3 or more members
n group are helping. not helping. are not helping.
Timeliness The group posted The group The group posted
their work before the posted their their work 1 minute
time limit and is the work on the time and beyond the time
first group to post. limit limit.
Behaviour No unnecessary noise 1-2 members are 3-or more members
were heard while making are making
others are presenting. unnecessary unnecessary noises.
Presentatio The details and The details and The details and
n information written information information presented
are well presented presented have have 80% accuracy
with accuracy 90% accuracy

G. Finding practical application of ELABORATE (Values integration)

concepts and skills in daily The discussions on the different impacts of human activities will be facilitated
living by the teacher. Emphasis will be on the mining exploration in the environment
H. Making generalization and particularly in Zamboanga Sibugay. The advantages and disadvantages will be
abstraction about the lesson examined and evaluated. The ecological degradation, destruction and damages will
be presented. Sample pictures of the environmental impacts of mining will be shown
for learners to visualize and realize the possible extent of this human activity.
Learners will be challenged on how they can preserve and protect the Zamboanga
Sibugay’s natural resources.
I. Evaluating learning EVALUATE
Multiple choice: Choose the letter of the correct answer and encircle the letter only
of the correct answer.
1. It is the foundations of the Biosphere and they determine the health of the entire
earth system .
a. ecosystem b. animals c. plants d. fungi
2. Which of the following is not the reason why we need to protect and conserve
our natural resources?
a. it is a source for food supply
b. as an energy source
c. natural resources for industrial products
d. so that every living things will be in danger
3. Which of the following is not the human impact in the environment?
a. contribution to global climate change
b. depletion of natural resources
c. increased greenhouse gas emissions
d. the environment has high biodiversity
4. What are environmental impacts of mining?
a. significant disturbance of ecosystems and habitats
b. deforestation and disturb or destroy productive grazing and croplands
c. loss of biodiversity
d. all of these
5. The following activities can cause habitat loss and degradation except_____.
a. habitat fragmentation b. kaingin system
c. mining d. reforestation

J. Additional activities for EXTEND

application or remediation Students will be asked to conduct a survey with supporting documents or pictures regarding
impact of other human activities in their community. They will present possible solutions to
address the issues they encountered.


Prepared by:

Science Teacher

Observed by:

Activity 1
My Mini World
(Dish Gardening)

1. Arrange the given materials artistically and neatly.
2. Appreciate Gods created nature.

Problem: I wonder

Hypothesis: I expect to see

Small basin
Plastic animals

1. Let one member collect the materials.
2. Carefully arrange the materials in a basin representing the environment.
3. Make sure to bury the marbles carefully.
4. Be conscious with the time limit.
5. Take a selfie if your group are already finished.

Guide Questions:

1. I observed that

2. I was really surprised when

3. What if

4. This reminds me of


Activity 2
Gold Digger!!!
1. Collect the marbles that is buried in the dish garden
2. Relate the result of the activity to real situation of our environment

1. Find the marbles as fast as you can.
2. As soon as you found it, give it to your teacher.

Guide questions:

1. What did you feel while doing the activity?

2. What happened to the dish garden?
3. If the dish garden represents the environment, what human activity destroys it?
4. What are the consequences/effect of these activities to humans, plants and animals?

Final Activity
Based on the result after finding the marbles, students now will identify/determine the causes of the destruction
of our environment and will infer on the effects of human activities to plants, animals and to humans.

GROUP 1 and 2 will list the activities done by humans to our environment and predict its effect.
Present your work by reporting.
Guide Questions:
1. What did you feel while doing the activity?
2. What are the things needed to be done to protect our environment?

GROUP 3 will make a slogan based on the activity.

Guide Questions:
1. Explain the slogan.
2. Why do you think we didn’t notice that we are destroying our environment?
3. What are the things needed to be done to protect our environment?

GROUP 4 will create a 4 stanza poem that suggest ways to minimize human impact to our environment.
Guide Questions:
1. Why do think protecting our environment is important?
2. What effects could human have if they continue to destroy our environment?
Table of Specification

Learning Competency No. of Items Percentage Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating

Apply the principles of 60 5 100 5

conservation of mass to minutes
chemical reaction S10MT-
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