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  • 1. EVELYN G. BAGAMANOPOTEN & ELISEO M. QUESADA MNHSPAETE LAGUNA
  • 2. Checking of understanding :As part of initialactivities, the learners shallexplore an idea about theconcept about earth and spaceexploration.
  • 3. SCIENCE TRIVIAGALLERY TECHNIQUE
  • 4.  DIRECTION: Answer yes or no toexplore an idea about the majorconcept about the earth and space.
  • 5. Did asteroid kill thedinosaurs?QUESTIONS:
  • 6. Answer : NoFacts 1.In time, the earth might havebecome so cold that the change inclimate would have killed thedinosaurs.Facts 2.The extinction of the dinosaurscoincided with a period of highvolcanic activity, which could havecontributed to their extinction
  • 7. Answer: NOFACTSPlanet Venus is the most hottest planetin solar system due to its averagetemperature of 900◦ F (480◦C) that canmelt lead. While planet mercury hasaverage temperature of -300◦F- 800◦F(-184◦C to 427◦C)
  • 8. Question :Most satellite are found on the exospherelayers. Are you agree?
  • 9. ATMOSPHERIC LAYER DISTANCE ABOVEEARTHTRAVELERSEXOSPHERE 400+ miles (644+km) SATELLITESTHERMOSPHERE 50-400 miles (80-644km)Space shuttles,aurorasMESOSPHERE 30-50 miles (48-80km)Flaming meteotitesSTRATOSPHERE 10-30 miles (16-48km)Airplanes, weatherballoons, cloudsTROPHOSPHERE 6-10 miles (10-16km)Humans, helicopters,weather, clouds
  • 10. Questions:Massivestars livelonger thanless massivestars. Is thattrue?
  • 11. ANSWER: NOFACTS:Massive stars use up more fuelthan less- massive ones, sothey actually die sooner. Thelength of star’s life and whathappens when it dies depend onhow mass the star has whenit’s born.
  • 12. Learners activityVideo presentation:From the video introduce the major idea aboutearth and space explorations and its sub-topicssuch as spaced based observations of earth,earths waters, space-based observations beyondearth, and recent discoveries and breakthrough inspace explorations.
  • 13. Learning strategy:BRAINSTORMINGGroup the students into 3.Learners must formulatequestions on what they understandabout the video presented.Support some facts that canexplain about what they learn.