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LESSON 7: Ways of Disposing Materials

according to Their Properties

by: ZION JOY V. SANTERO


Old Sagay Elementary School
Objective

1.Observe proper ways of


disposing waste materials by
sorting them according to its
properties

2. Identify ways of disposing


waste materials according to
properties
Review
Identify whether the material is
decaying or non-decaying

1. Plastic bag Non-decaying


2. Scratch paper decaying
3. Tin can Non-decaying
4. Styro cup Non-decaying
5. Vegetable craps decaying
Introduction to the
New Lesson

If you were to dispose these


materials, how will you do it?
Lets Explore
Materials needed:

Meal leftovers Weeds


banana peelings tetrapack of juices
kangkong stem glass bottles
camote leaves cartons/ paper
twigs pieces of cloth
What to do?

1. Get the materials that you need.


2. Place all the materials on your working area.
3. Sort the materials according to their
properties.
4. Observe and describe the characteristics and
properties of each material. Record your
description in Chart 1
What to do?

5. After describing each of the materials based


on their characteristics and properties, identify
each of the materials whether they are kitchen
waste, garden waste, or factory returnable.

6. List the identified materials in Chart 2 under


its corresponding column.
Chart 1
Name of Material Description Properties
( Odor, Color etc. ) ( decaying/ non-decaying)

1. Meal leftover
2. Banana peel
3. Kangkong Stem
4 Camote leaves
5. twigs
6. weeds
7. Tetrapack of Juice
8. Glass bottles
9. Paper
10. Pieces of cloth
Chart 2
Kitchen Garden Factory
waste waste Returnable
Guide Questions

1. What materials did you use in


the activity?
2. What can you say about the
materials you gathered?
3. Which of the materials are still
usable?
Guide Questions

4. How did you classify the


materials?
5. Which of the materials arre
kitchen wastes? Garden waste?
6. Which of the materials are
factory returnable or can be
recycled?
Guide Questions

7. How are you going to dispose


the waste materials?
8. What did you learn from this
activity?
Presentation of
Group Work
Explanation

How did you find your activity?


What materials did you use?
How did you group the materials?
What can you say about the
properties of the leftover foods?
Explanation

What are the properties of each of


the material?
Which of the materials will decay?
Which will not?
Which materials are returnables or
can be used as recycled?
Explanation

If you are asked to dispose these


materials, how will you do it?
What are the ways of disposing
waste materials?
What did you learn in this activity?
Remember:

Pollution- the action or process of


making land, water, air dirty and not
safe or suitable to use.
Biodegradable- capable of being
slowly destroyed and broken down
into very small parts by natural
processes.
Remember:

To dispose the materials properly is to use


a technique or procedure we call the
TOTAL RECYCLING SCHEME, which
utilizes waste into factory returnables,
fertilizers, feeds, fermentables, fuel,
fine crafts and filling materials. These
are what we identified as then multi-Fs
Recycling scheme.
Remember:

Recycling is collecting, processing


and manufacturing materials instead
of throwing them away. Recycling
lessen the amount of garbage we
have to dispose.
Application:

Why disposing of used plastics and


rubbers by burning is not a good
idea?
Evaluation:
Identify ways of disposing the following
materials. Choose your answer from the box.
A. Make a compost C. factory returnable
B. Recycle/Reuse D. feed to pets

1 2 3

4 5
Assignment:

Conduct an interview to the barangay officials


in your community. Ask them how they
implement solid waste management
References

Science TG pp.
Science LM pp.