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  1. 1. A Detailed Lesson Plan in Science for Grade VI Prepared by: Pelaosa, Larino Jr. Salazar I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: 1. Determine the body’s control system. 2. Identify the parts and the function of the brain. 3. Locate and visualize the parts of the brain. 4. Value the significance of the brain. Value: Cooperation and Patience II. Subject Matter: The Body’s Control System Reference: Science and Health 6 Textbook (pp. 32) Materials: Board, Chalkboard, Chart and Flashcard III. Procedure: A. Routinary Activities: Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity “Good morning Class!” “Mr. /Ms._____, please leads the prayer.” “Thank You, kindly pick-up the dirt.” “Okay, take your sit.” “Good morning Sir!” (Mr./Ms._____, will lead the prayer.) (Students will pick-up the dirt.) (Students will sit properly.) B. Pre-activities: 1. Drill: (Spelling) “Okay class, before we proceed to our discussion, we will be having first a spelling. So, please get a piece of paper.” 1. Nerves 2. Dendrites 3. Nucleus 4. Axon 5. Impulses 6. Myelin 7. Nervous (The students will get a piece of paper and listen carefully with the teacher.)
  2. 2. 8. Peripheral 9. Synapse 10.Medulla 2. Motivation: “For you class, how would you control yourselves in times of angry, temptations and etc.?” “What do you think is the reason why we can control ourselves?” (Students’ answers may vary.) C. Engagement Activities: 1. Memory Game: “Okay class, we will perform an activity today. This activity is called “Memory Game”.” “So, let us start. The first thing that we must do is to read the ten words written on the flashcards.” 1. Backbone 2. Spinal cord 3. Newborn 4. Cerebrum 5. Cerebellum 6. Brainstem 7. Organ 8. Skull 9. Cell Body 10.Neuron “Okay, after reading, the next thing is to list down those words that you remember.” “Mr./Ms._____, how many words did you remember?” “Which part of the brain do you think controls our memory?” (Students are excited.) (Students read what’s on the flashcards.) (Students will list down those words that they have remembered.) (Mr./Ms._____, will tell the number of words he remembered.) (Students’ answers may vary.) D. Generalization: • The nervous system is the body’s internal data process. Its main parts are the nerves, brain, and the spinal cord. • The nerve cell is the basic
  3. 3. unit of the nervous system. • There are two major divisions of the nervous system: the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. • The brain and the spinal cord composed the central nervous system, the body’s main control and the coordination center. • The brain controls all bodily activities. It is composed of the cerebrum, cerebellum, hypothalamus, and the brain stem. • The spinal cord is a cord like material within the backbone. E. Application: 1. Group Activity: “Class, let us proceed with our group activity. I will divide you into 2 groups- The Boys Group and the Girls Group.” “For Boys Group, you will locate the parts of the brain.” “For Girls Group, you will identify the function of the parts of the brain.” (Each group will do their assigned task.) (Boys Group’s expected answer.) IV. Evaluation: 1. Essay: “Get a piece of paper.” “Find out why people are declared dead when the brain stops functioning even when the heart is still beating.” (The students will get a piece of paper.) (Students will mind their own paper.)
  4. 4. V. Assignment: “Write a short paragraph about the significance of the Human Brain.”

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