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School: Grade Level: VII

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: Learning Area: SCIENCE


DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: Quarter: 1st QUARTER/WEEK 1

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


I. Objectives
A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of scientific ways of acquiring knowledge and solving problems.
B. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to perform in groups in guided investigations involving community based problems
using locally available materials.
C. Learning Competencies Describe the components of a scientific investigation. (S7MT-Ia-b-1)
Describe the steps of the Describe the steps of the Describe the steps of the Describe the steps of the
scientific method: scientific method: scientific method: scientific method:

a. making observation b. gather data (Preliminary c. differentiate hypothesis d. design an experiment


(Identify the Data) from prediction
problem)

II. Content Ways of acquiring knowledge and solving problems

III. Learning Resources Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for
Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7
(S7MT-Ia-b-1) (S7MT-Ia-b-1) (S7MT-Ia-b-1) (S7MT-Ia-b-1)
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages
2. Learner’s Materials Pages
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resources (LR)
Portal)
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. Procedures
Ask the the following to Ask: Ask: Game: Pick and Tell
students:
What are the important What are the different
Randomly choose a
 Have you ever asked a things you have to ways in obtaining student to pick a sheet of
ELICIT question or encountered paper inside the box with
remember in making preliminary data?
problems that until now words related to the
you don’t know the observation? previous lesson and let
answer? them say something about
the word.
Ask the questions to the Ask the students: Ask the students:
students: Words prepared are:
 After identifying the
What is the difference
 Have you ever wondered problem to be  Prediction
how scientist in the investigated, how do between a Fortune-teller  Educated Guess
Philippines and those researchers find out  Null hypothesis
and a scientist in solving
from other countries what is already known  Alternative hypothesis
ENGAGE became successful about the problem? problem?
despite of the may Ask the students:
trouble they have faced?
How are you going to test
 How were they able to the hypothesis?
solve those problems?

 If you were going to


solve a certain problem,
what would be the first
step you are going to
do?

Activity 1: The World is a Activity 2: How do I Teacher Discussion Activity 4: Designing an


Mystery Box “Gather D-ata? Experiment
EXPLORE  The teacher will
 The teacher will post on  The students will be explain what is  The students will be
the board the definition grouped into five (5). hypothesis and guide grouped into five (5).
of Observation and  The teacher will the students in  The teacher will
Inference. distribute the activity formulating the distribute the activity
 The teacher will sheets. hypothesis. sheets.
distribute the activity
sheets and the Mystery Instruction: Read and Instruction: As a group,
Box. understand the given Activity 3: Formulating you are going to design an
 The students will be situation in your activity Hypothesis experiment based from the
grouped into four (4). sheets. Answer the guide situation given in your
question on how to gather  Group students into activity sheet. Finish the
Instruction: Read and data. five (5). task in 10 minutes.
 Distribute the activity
follow the instructions in the
sheets.
activity sheet. Answer the
Instruction: Identify
question given and finish the
whether the statements on
task in 15 minutes . Sharing your activity sheet are
of output by group will Hypothesis or prediction.
Do the activity in 15
follow.
See attached activity sheet minutes. Sharing of group See attached activity sheet
See attached activity sheet (How do I Gather “D”-ata?) output will follow. (Designing an Experiment)
(The World Is A Mystery Box)

See attached activity sheet


(How do I Gather “D”-ata?)
The students will explain Teacher will explain:
Students will elucidate: Students will explain the
that:  experimental and
facts about the different
EXPLAIN
 the tips in making ways in obtaining control group
observations preliminary data (Data-
 Hypothesis is an  Dependent and
mining, interviewing,
 the difference between surveying, etc.). educated guess. independent variables
observation and
 Explain the two types
inference.
of hypothesis.

Ask the students:

If you were Dario, based


from the situation you have
read yesterday, how are
you going to state your
hypothesis?
The teacher will ask: The teacher will ask: The teacher will ask: The teacher will ask:

ELABORATE What is the importance of What is a good data? Why do we need to make What are the important
keen observation? hypothesis? things you have to
remember in testing the
 Keen sense of  Preliminary data  Elaborate that hypothesis?
observation helps obtained must be hypothesis provides
people/scientist in relevant and valuable to the ground or  Testing the hypothesis
solving problem. the investigation, justification for needs patience.
 The process of reliable, up to date and conducting an  Researchers need to
investigation usually verifiable. investigation. make 3 trials or more
starts with the in order to make a a
observation of existing reliable conclusion.
conditions.  It doesn’t always
 With the observed follows that the result
condition, question such will answer the
as how and why the hypothesis.
event occur are raised.

Short quiz Short quiz Short quiz Oral recitation

(See attached quiz sheet) (See attached quiz sheet) (See attached quiz sheet) The teacher will ask:
EVALUATE
 Why do we need to
test the hypothesis?
 What is the
importance of doing
investigation?

Study what is hypothesis. Look and study how to


EXTEND
analyze data.
V. Remarks

VI. Reflection

A. No. of learners who earned 80% in


the evaluation
B. No. of learners who requires
additional acts. for remediation who
scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No.
of learners who caught up with the
lessons
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/supervisor can help
me solve?
G. What innovations or localized
materials did I used/discover which I
wish to share with other teachers?

Prepared: Evaluated:

ROWENA V. TABASA ANGELIE M. GOMEZ CARLOS R. PUNLA


SST-I MT- II SST- II
Sulop National High School Federico Yap Nat’l High School Sulop National High School

Approved:

ROSALIA V. BAUTISTA
Science Education Supervisor
Division of Davao del Sur