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DETAILED LESSON PLAN I. OBJECTIVES: A. Identifies the forms of energy. B. Participate actively with the group.

Values: respect of the things around us cooperation


SUBJECT MATTER: Topic: Forms of energy A. Science Concept There are different forms of energy. They are classified as mechanical, chemical, electrical, heat, light, wind, radiant, and nuclear. B. Science Processes Identifying, describing, comparing, enumerating, observing.

References: Science and health 6 pp. 39-40 Into the Future Science and Health 6pp. 146-149 Materials: Standing models of instrumental, pictures, visual aids.



Teachers Activity

Pupils Activity

A. Preliminary Activities 1. Checking of assignment Class, will you get your assignment Pass it forward. Now, what can you say about this picture? What makes a man moving? Energy makes a man to move.

Very Good! Where do we get this energy? We get this by moving.

What is energy?

Energy is defined as the ability or the capacity to do work.

Very Good! What are the two major kind of energy? The two major types of energy are kinetic energy and potential energy. It is defined as the work needed to accelerate a body from rest to its stated velocity

Very Good What is Kinetic energy?

Very Good! Ex. Push and pull the chair What did you noticed about the chair when I push or pull? What kinds of energy were released when I push or pull the chair? Now, will you move your head and tell what are the things you see in our classroom? Those things are examples of potential energy. What is potential energy? Potential energy is the energy of a body or a system due to the position of the body of the arrangement of the particles of the system I noticed that you used energy. You used kinetic energy.

I see chair and tables.

Very Good! Which is the kinetic energy and potential energy in the energy in the following? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Water rushing downhill and carrying away rocks. Winds stored in dams. Wind blowing and making trees away A pencil on the table A rock about to fall on the edge of cliff. Potential energy Kinetic energy Kinetic energy Potential energy Potential energy

B. Developmental Activities: 1. Motivation: Ex: Push and pull the table What kind of energy do I used when I push or pull the table? Correct! 2. Presentation of the lesson?

Group Activity Show the children the different form of energy using the different instruments (mechanical, chemical, sound, electrical, light, heat etc.) Divide the pupils into 5groups. Perform the activities with instruments.

3. Analysis and Discussion: What energy released in activity A, B, C, D, E? What are those energy? Those are forms of energy. a. Mechanical b. Chemical c. Heat d. Light e. Electrical Now, what is mechanical energy? Mechanical energy is the sum of potential energy and kinetic energy present in the components of a mechanical system.

Very Good! What is electrical energy? Electrical energy is a potential energy (measured in joules) that results from conservative Coulomb forces and is associated with the configuration of a particular set of point charges within a defined system.

Very Good! What is chemical energy? Chemical energy is the potential of a chemical substance to undergo a transformation through a chemical reaction or, to transform other chemical substances.

Very Good! What is heat energy? Heat energy is the part of the total internal energy of a thermodynamic system or sample of matter that results in the system temperature.

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What is sound energy?

Sound energy is the form of energy associated with the vibration or disturbance of matter.

Correct! What is light energy? Light energy is not the same as radiant energy, the corresponding objective physical quantity. This is because the human eye can only see light in the visible spectrum and has different sensitivities to light of different wavelengths within the spectrum.

Correct! What is wind energy? Wind energy is the kinetic energy of air in motion; see also wind power.

Correct! What is radiant energy? Radiant energy is the energy of electromagnetic waves.[1] The quantity of radiant energy may be calculated by integrating radiant flux (or power) with respect to time and, like all forms of energy, its SI unit is the joule.

Very Good! What is nuclear energy? Nuclear binding energy is the energy required to split a nucleus of an atom into its component parts. The component parts are neutron sand protons, which are collectively called nucleons.

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4. Concept Formation: What are the forms of energy? Forms of energy include: Thermal energy, thermal energy in transit is called heat Chemical energy Electric energy

Very Good! Where do we see the forms of energy? 5. Application: Who makes use of them? How do we use them?

Radiant energy, the energy of electromagnetic radiation Nuclear energy Magnetic energy Elastic energy Sound energy

IV. Evaluation: Identify the forms of energy shown on its pictures.



V. Assignment: Find out the form of energy you at home. Be ready to tell how you see each of them.

By: Glenda De Castro Ericka Jane D. Arinio Jenny Rose Gloria