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SCHOOL: Torralba National High School GRADE LEVEL:11

GRADE 11
DAILY LESSON LOG TEACHER: MARIA ANGELIE M. ARBOLEDA LEACRNING AREA: SCIENCE

TEACHING DATES: August 15-19,2016 TEACHING TIMES: (5 hours) QUARTER: FIRST


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
I.OBJECTIVES The learners shall be able to:
Describe how rocks form igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. Explain weathering and foliation.
A.CONTENT STANDARDS The learners demonstrate the understanding of the three (3) main categories of rocks; and the origin and environment of
formation of common minerals and rocks.
B.PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The learners shall be able to classify rocks based on the given examples and illustrations.

C.LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Describe the rock cycle.


II.CONTENT Earth Materials and Processes
III.LEARNING RESOURCES
A.REFERENCES
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages CG. pp.2
2. Learner’s Materials Pages pp.
3. Textbook Pages Encyclopedia
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) Portal
B.OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES http://www.Earthspace.com.html; Microsoft® Encarta® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

IV.PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the Teacher recall lesson on Teacher recall lesson Teacher recall Teacher recall lesson on how rocks formed.
new lesson Earth subsystem. on Rocks. lesson on various
-How subsystem makes up examples of rocks.
the earth?
B.Establishing a purpose for the lesson -Unlocking of the
difficulties

Students list
characteristics and
examples of igneous,
sedimentary and
metamorphic rocks.
C. Presenting examples/instances of the new Giving examples on the lesson that links in real-life situation
lesson
D.Discussing new concepts and practicing Discussion of the concept of the lesson on rock cycle and classification of Discussion on weathering its factors, forms and
new skills rocks, its examples and characteristics. importance.
#1
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing Students create their own
new skills interpretation of rock
#2 cycle.

F.Developing mastery
Students will ask to discuss the three classifications of rocks and each
(Leads to Formative Assessment) characteristics and examples.

G. Finding practical application of concepts Students will cite the


and skills in daily living Students will cite/ show pictures of igneous, sedimentary and importance of weathering
metamorphic rocks, where it found and what its uses. in daily situation.
H. Making generalization and Igneous Rock-formerly molten: describes rock
abstractions about the lesson formed under conditions of intense heat or weath·er·ing [wé əring]
produced by the solidification of volcanic noun
magma on or below the Earth's surface. 1. effect of weather: the effect of prolonged
exposure to the weather on, e.g. a building
Sedimentary Rock-formed from eroded
material: describes rocks formed from material 2. effect of weather on rocks: the disintegration
deposited as sediment by water, wind, or ice and decomposition of rocks and minerals by
and then consolidated by pressure. natural processes such as the action of frost
or percolating ground water
Metamorphic Rock-of metamorphosis: relating
to or involving a change in physical form,
appearance, or character.

Rock cycle- involves how igneous,metamorphic


and sedimentary rock formed through factors
such as heat,pressure and temperature caused
by different agents.

I. Evaluating learning Students will answer 20 item test. Students will answer 20 item test.

J.Additional application/remediation

V. REMARKS Hands-on activity/experimentation will help students understand the concept.

VI.REFLECTION Group activity help the students understand the concept of the lesson.

A.No. of learners who earned 80% in


the evaluation Section B=22/32 Section B=25/32
B.No. of learners who
required additional Section B=10/32 Section B=7/32
activities for
remediation who
scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial
lesson work? YES YES

D.No. of learners who


continue to require NONE
remediation? NONE

E.Which of my
teaching strategies
works well?
Why did this work? Group activities/Games(activities that required group interaction)

F.What difficulties did


I encounter which my
principal or supervisor
can help me solve?

G.What innovation or
localized materials did Making a song on different rocks
I use/discover which I
wish to share with
other teachers?