Lesson Plan in Science 5

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SCIENCE AND HEALTH V

Date: ____________

I. Objective: ÔØû Identify the members of the solar system

Values: Appreciate GodÔÇÖs creation.

II. Subject Matter: Unit: The Solar System Topic: Members of the Solar System

A. Science Concept/Idea: ÔØû Sun Planets, planetoids, comets, meteor and meteorites are the members of the solar system.

B. Science Processes: Observing and Identifying

C. Materials: Illustration of nine (9) planets, sun, meteor, meteorites comet and activity card

References: Science and Health V, Module by: Jessie Villegas and Celia Nacpil p. 100; Into the Future Science and Health, p. 250

III. Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Reading of Science news
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Values: Orderliness/Active participation in performing activity/Cleanliness and neatness in making a design.

II. Subject Matter: Unit: The Solar System Topic: How Members of the Solar System Revolve around the Sun

A. Science Concept/Idea: ÔØû The members of the solar system revolve around the sun in the same direction as they follow their own orbits.

B. Science Processes: Observing, Describing and Illustrating

C. Materials: chart, activity card

References: Into the Future Science and Health V, p. 260

III. Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Review: Describe the members of the solar system: a. Sun b. Planets c. Comets d. Meteors and Meteorites e. Planetoids

B. Developmental Activities: 1. Motivation: Have you ever wondered why planets do not collide as they travel around the sun?

2. Presentation: a. Show an illustration or a model of the nine planets and identify them. b. Distribute cutouts of the nine (9) planets and nine (9) different colored string. c. Tell the pupils to arrange the nine (9) planets around the sun on the flannel board. d. Let the pupils put the colored strings to show the orbit of the planets (Teacher guide the pupils)

C. Concept Formation: How do the members of the solar…

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