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Chem q3 cg

  1. 1. Quarter 3 – Chemical Reactions Stage 1 : Results / Outcomes Stage 2 : Assessment Standard Essential Product / Level of Understanding Level of Content Performance Understanding Question Performance PerformanceThe learner Learners, Understanding Why is Photo EXPLANATION Performancedemonstrates individually or chemical understandi documentatio assessment onunderstanding of in groups, reactions will help ng of n and Demonstrate how new photothe key concepts analyzes the form new chemical preparation of product/s are formed during documentationon chemical effects of substances that reactions products from chemical reactions. andreactions and its chemical may have useful important? chemical preparation ofimplication to life reactions on and harmful reactions that Criteria : products fromand the life and the effects to life and affects life 1. Thorough chemicalenvironment. environment the environment. and the ( explaining how atoms of reactions through photo environment. the reactants rearrange to based on the1. Chemical Equations documentatio form new products.) following • Formation of compounds n and criteria: : • Writing chemical preparation of 2. Clear 1. Content formulas and products. (expre4ssing how the • chemical equations properties of reactants differ orrectnes from the properties of s • Writing and products) balancing of • chemical nsightful equations 3. Justified • quantity2. Types of chemical ( substantiating chemical 2. Creativity reactions equations with the Law of • • Combination Conservation of Mass ) esthetic reaction • Decomposition quality reaction • • Single INTERPRETATION isual replacement • Double appeal replacement Evaluate how some chemical 3.Presentation
  2. 2. reactions pose useful or •3. Chemical measurements . harmful effects to life and the rganizatio • Law of environment. n Conservation of Mass • • Mole . Criteria : reservatio • Volume 1. Meaningful n • No. of particles, ( giving importance to the4. Factors affecting rate useful and harmful effects of of reactions chemical reactions to life and the environment) • ature of reactants 2. Illustrative • oncentration ( discussing clearly how • some reactions may cause emperature harmful effects to life and the • article size environment) • atalyst/ APPLICATIONS Inhibitor • . Use knowledge of chemical ressure reactions in situations and issues students are dealing with. Criteria : 1. Appropriate (citing significance of chemical reactions to one’s life ) 2. Practical . (suggesting how knowledge of useful and harmful chemical reactions can be easily applied to daily life)
  3. 3. 3. Effective ( achieving the desired performance / product)PERSPECTIVEBring out different points ofview regarding the effects ofchemical reactions to life andenvironment.Criteria :1. Insightful (developing one’s point of view considering the best strategy or approach in achieving the expected performance / product)2. Credible (Citing authoritative sources of information in selecting strategy.)3. Reflective of critical thinking(combining research,knowledge of historical contextand balanced judgement tochoose the best strategy orapproach based on objectivityand discretion to disregardpersonal biases )EMPATHYRelate the importance ofchemical reactions to life and
  4. 4. environment and make thembeneficial to others.Criteria :1. Perceptive (recognizing the task of initiating community management activities that contribute to understanding of the benefits and harm of some chemical reactions )2. Receptive ( accepting the task readily / willingly )3. Responsive (initiating communitymanagement activities )SELF-KNOWLEDGERecognize one’s limits inunderstanding the benefits andharm of some chemicalreactions.Criteria:1. Reflective ( becoming aware of one’s contribution in promoting useful reactions and catalyzing harmful chemical reactions both to life and
  5. 5. environment )2. Responsive ( reacting positively as a result or redirecting / changing one’s thought or view )