Scene 1: In the Classroom
(The teacher distributes the quiz result).
Teacher: Ok, that’s all for today. Class dismissed.
Audrey, Harvey, and Clarence please remain
here for a while because we need to talk.
(The three students will come closer to the
Audrey: What is it ma’am?
Harvey: What are we going to talk about?
Ace: Is it about the quiz result ma’am?
Teacher: Exactly! I was so disappointed at the result
of your quiz! What happened to all of you? Is
it hard to understand?
Audrey: We’re sorry ma’am. We just don’t know what
Harvey: It’s too hard to understand!
Clarence: And besides, we can’t get along with your
Teacher: Oh! I see. Proceed to your next subject and
we’ll talk about it later.
All: Yes ma’am, we’re going. Thank you.
Scene 2: In the corridor
Ace: Hey Audrey, what is your score in our quiz?
Audrey: Well, sad to say I got three in our quiz.
Harvey: You’re lucky enough! I only got two in our
quiz! How about you Clarence?
Ace: One only. Oh forget about that quiz. I’m excited
on what will happen later.
Harvey: Me too! :D
Audrey: Whatever! -_-
Scene 3: In the library
(The teacher will enter the library not
knowing that the three students are there reading.)
Teacher: Oh! There you are! Don’t you know that
what you are doing shows a relation in force
Harvey: Oh really? How do you say so?
Teacher: I’ll explain it to you later. For now, stand
up, get your bags and we will have a short
tour here in the campus.
Scene 4: While roaming around the campus
Audrey: Is it important to study about force and
Harvey: What is force and motion?
Teacher: (the teacher will explain about force and
Ace: How about reading a book in the library? How
can you say that it is shows force and
Teacher: (The teacher will explain)
All: Ah. Now we know!
Scene 5: At the school grounds
Teacher: Oh, look! There’s a ball. Would you mind to
get it Clarence?
Ace: Oh! Sure ma’am! (Run towards the ball and get
it) Here is it ma’am.
Teacher: Now, Harvey can you roll it to the ground?
(The teacher will give the ball to Harvey)
Harvey: Yes ma’am!
Audrey: (While the ball is rolling) I’ll get the ball!
(When Audrey returned)
Teacher: Ok, what have you observed as the ball
rolls on the ground?
Ace: The ball keeps rolling on the ground.
Teacher: Of course the ball will roll but the true
concept is that when you roll the ball on the
pavement you did exert a contact force since
your hands were in contact with the ball
before you released the ball.
Scene 6: In the classroom
Teacher: Take a look at this one. (Pointing to the
magnet and iron filings)
Audrey: What are we going to do to those materials?
Teacher: Try to put the magnet near the iron filings.
(One of the students will do the said activity)
Teacher: What have you noticed?
Clarence: The iron filings were attracted by the
Audrey: What is the explanation for that ma’am?
Teacher: The pull of gravity is a force that might set
an object in motion. Did you learn
something? If yes, can you make your own
activity now related to that topic?
All: Yes ma’am, we can.
Scene 7: Laboratory
Audrey: Here, we have a spring. We will be using
this in our simple activity today. Squash the
spring like this. Try to exert more force, and
then try to lessen your effort.
Ace: What’s the concept of that activity?
Harvey: When you squash the spring down with your
hand, you feel an upward push of your hand.
The more you squash or compress the spring
down with your hand, the more the bigger
the upward force on your hand. The lesser
you squash the spring down, the smaller the
upward force in your hand.
Teacher: (will clap her hands) what a nice activity!
Now you know all about force and motion.
Ok that’s enough, I have to go now. See you
tomorrow in my class and don’t forget to
All: Thank you so much ma’am!
Scene 8: Going Home
Audrey: Oh my gosh! I can’t believe that force and
motion was very easy!
Harvey: That’s right! I learned a lot in that activity.
Ace: And now we know that in simple things we do,
it shows the relationship between force and
Audrey: I learned that force is just a fancy word for
pushing and pulling.
Ace: And motion makes the world go ‘round!
Harvey: Magnetism produces a force that can either
pull opposite ends of two magnets together
or push the matching ends apart.
Audrey: Thanks a lot to Ma’am Mailyn Go.
Harvey and Ace: You’re right! Thanks to her so
Audrey: By the way I have to go now.
Harvey: Me too.
Ace: So, see you tomorrow guys!
Audrey: Ok. Bye bye!
“High School Science Today”, Diwa
“Practical and Exploration
“Science and Technology IV Module”