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Teacher's Name: Pamela Mae M.

School Name: Mayor Anunciacion R. Tuazon National School of Fisheries
School Address: Calape, Bohol
Topic: Refraction of Light in Lenses
Year Level: Fourth Year


A.Subject Learning Area:

• At the end of the lesson the students are expected to:
• differentiate a concave from a convex lens.
• describe how light behaves as it passes through a concave lens and a convex lens.
• determine the focal length of a convex lens.
• relate the focal length to the power of the lens.

B.ICT Learning Area :

At the end of the lesson the students are expected to:

• access and retrieve appropriate information from the internet.

• communicate with a targeted audience by using sush communication

technologies as e-mail and web browsers.

• demonstrate an understanding that information can be transmitted

through a variety of media.

• create a plan for an inquiry that includes consideration of

time management.

Class Duration: 2 Hours

ICT Tools/Resources:

1. Computer with Internet connection

2. Internet URL of the subject matter

Pre-requisite Skills:

1. The student has the initial knowledge of curve mirrors

2. Surfing the internet.

Preparations: Before the class the following must be done:

1. The students will be asked to group themselves.

2. Check availability of computers with LAN.
3. Save URLs in hard disks or CD/ diskette.

Activities and Procedures:

Time Student Activities Teacher Activities Materials
A. Review A. Review The following are the materials
and resources needed:

Refraction of Light Facilitate the class in 1. slide projector

the review. 2. software
10 mins http://ww2010.atmos.uiu 3. lab equipment
c.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/op 4. Internet URL

C.Motivation B. Motivation The following are the materials

and resources needed:
View this site for
sample ray diagrams: Tell your students to think
1. slide projector
about this question :If a light
http://homepage.mac.co ray enters a material like a 2. lab equipment

m/phyzman/phyz/BOP/1- lens, what do you think will

happen to the ray? 3. Internet URL
10 mins

C. Lesson Presentation C. Lesson Presentation

(student) (teacher)
Curve Mirrors: The following are the materials
concave and Let the students and resources needed:
convex mirrors
differentiate the two lenses in
Click here to go
to: terms of appearance, etc. 1. slide projector
Guide students in accessing 2. lab equipment
the web freely. The teacher
htthttp://faculty.virginia. gives a summary of the 3. Internet URL

edu/teach-present- descriptions of concave and

convex lens.

Learn about the curve 1. The teacher gives a The following are the materials
and resources needed:
mirrors by reading and summary on how
viewing images at this light rays behave 1. slide projector
site. when passing 2. lab equipment
through a concave 3. Internet URL
http://www.mhschool.co lens and convex lens


Perform the activity:

Guide the students in The following materials
downloading worksheets and resources are
from the website on the needed:
MS Word.
1. lab equipment
2. internet URL
20mins /sciencepd/light/refl_ray.htm
3. software

D. Assessment (student) D. Assessment (teacher)

Take the quiz in Cloze quiz:
this site: The teacher
explains the
objectives, and
area of knowledge
ce/2002/student 1. lab equipment
to be evaluated.
10mins Link to assessment 2. internet URL

E. Generalization E. Generalization
(student) (teacher)
Summarize concepts by
answering these questions.
1.Differntite a concave from a
convex lens.
2. Describe how light behaves
Ask the students questions 1. lab equipment
as it passes through a
30mins that would elicit important 2. internet URL
concave lens and a convex
concepts taken up. 3. software
3. What is the relationship
between the focal length and
the power of the lens?

F. Agreement (student) F. Agreement (teacher)

Do activity 5.4 – 5.11 in
this site.
Assign students to work on
activity 5.4 – 5.11 in this site:
http://www.nelson.com/nelson The following materials and
resources needed:
10 mins n/school/elementary/science/ /school/elementary/science/0
176074974/studactivities_unit 1.lab equipment
0176074974/studactivities_u 05.html#5.12 2.intenet URL
Activity Rubric

Criteria 95-100 86-94 81-85 75-80

Components of All required All required One required Several required
the report elements are elements are element is elements are
present and present. missing, but missing.
additional additional
elements that add elements that add
to the report (e.g., to the report (e.g.,
thoughtful thoughtful
comments, comments,
graphics) have
been added.
Data Professional Accurate Accurate Data are not
looking and representation of representation of shown OR are
accurate the data in tables the data in written inaccurate.
representation of and/or graphs. form, but no
the data in tables Graphs and tables graphs or tables
and/or graphs. are labeled and are presented.
Graphs and tables titled.
are labeled
Drawings and Clear, accurate Diagrams are Diagrams are Needed diagrams
diagrams diagrams are included and are included and are are missing OR are
included and make labeled neatly and labeled. missing important
the experiment accurately. labels
easier to
Diagrams are
Appearance/ Lab report is typed Lab report is Lab report is Lab report is
organization and uses headings neatly handwritten neatly written or handwritten and
and subheadings and uses headings typed, but looks sloppy with
to visually and subheadings formatting does cross-outs,
organize the to visually not help visually multiple erasures
material. organize the organize the and/or tears and
material. material. creases.

Link to On-Line Assessment Sites:

1. Quizstar

2. Rubric Builder

3. DiscoverySchool Quiz Center


1. Department of Atmospheric Science ( DAS ) at the University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign.”

Refraction of Light” http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/opt/mch/refr/more.rxml
(accessed: Maqy 31, 2006)
2. Thomson, Nelson, “ Optics
2 ( accessed: May 31, 2006 )