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Teacher JOHN RENZO I. MOLINAR Learning Area Science
Teaching Dates Tue-Fri ( November 19-22, 2019) Quarter 3rd
Teaching Time 11:00am-12:00 pm Section St. John the Baptist

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

A. Content Standards
The learners should be able to demonstrate understanding of influence of biodiversity on the stability of ecosystem; and an
ecosystem as being capable of supporting a limited number of organisms.
B. Performance Standards

C. Learning Competencies/ determine prior knowledge of classify the value of identify the Density analyze how do human
objectives the learners on biodiversity biodiversity; and Independent and Density- activities affect the
Write the LC code for each and stability, and show the creativity of the Dependent limiting factors from environment.
identify the required skills in students by planning an the given situations; and show resourcefulness and
accomplishing the learning invention design that will predict the effects of the given creativity through creating new
tasks increase the probability of causes. and useful work piece from
adaptation and survival of demonstrate, using a recycled materials.
organisms in changing simulation activity the illegal
environment. hunting and predation as
limiting factors that affect
population growth.
A. Reference Investigating Life and Beyond Investigating Life and Beyond Investigating Life and Beyond Investigating Life and Beyond
(Science 10) (Science 10) (Science 10) (Science 10)
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages 46-47 46-47 46-47 46-47
2. Learner’s Materials Pages 209 210 211 212
3. Textbook Pages 209 210 211 212
4. Additional Materials form
Learning Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources
A. Review previews lesson or View a short video clip on As student, What can you do Ask the students what limiting
presenting a new lesson biodiversity and its to maintain the stability of an factors made the Philippine
importance, or interactions ecosystem? Eagle become endangered?
that take place in an How they can be protected?
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

C. Presenting examples/ instances of Ask the ideas of the students

new lesson about the various categories
of the values of species in an Do Activity 3
D. Discussing new concepts and Four Pics… One word! Do Activity 2 Dependent or
ecosystem. Let them write Analyzing Environmental
Students will identify the Independent?
practicing new skills #1 their answers in bond papers Issues
common word that will
E. Discussing new concepts and and post on the board. Guide
describe the four pictures
practicing new skills #2 them and help them to get the
correct thoughts. Group them
according to their value.
F. Developing mastery Answer guide questions Ask the learners to discuss Ask the students why some Let the students work on by
(Leads to formative assessment among their group the value species are endangered? Why analyzing specific problem
of biodiversity some species are extinct? Why scenario depicted on the
humans continuously increase illustration
in population?
G. Finding practical applications of If you really appreciate the As human being, what you can As a student, what you can do
concepts and skills in daily living importance of biodiversity, do to avoid reaching its to lessen the human impacts
what you can do to maintain carrying capacity? and problem in our
and protect biodiversity? environment?
H. Making generalizations and How do the values of species How do limiting factors affect What are the human activities
abstractions about the lesson in various categories differ the population density? that give big impacts to our
from each other? How do they environment? What can we do
affect the stability of an to protect our environment?
I. Evaluating learning Classify the value of Identify the given situations if it Analyze the problems depicted
biodiversity by completing the is a dependent or independent in the pictures
table 1 limiting factor by completing
tables of activity 2
J. Additional activities for application or Teacher-Made Activity 1 I Am Teacher-Made Activity 2 Teacher-Made Activity 3
remediation A Surventor! Eagle! Eagle! Exhibit My Habit!
(Survivor and Inventor) See Not Ready to Mingle See attached activity
attached activity See attached activity
G. REMARKS Most of the students got 75% mastery level

A. No. of learners who earned 70%
on the formative assessment 12 11 12

B. No of learners who require

additional activities for 0 2 0

C. Did the remedial lessons work?

No. of learners who have caught YES
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? COLLABORATIVE

F. What difficulties did I encounter

which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?

G. What innovation or localized

materials did I use/discover which
I wish to share with other