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Let us unfreeze!
REVIEW
How long does the
earth revolve
around the sun?
What do we call
the earth’s
movement?
Unlocking difficulties
Heavenly bodies
Astronomical
objects such as
Sun, moons, planet
s and asteroids
Shadow
The darkness
resulting from the
blocked source of
light
Umbra and penumbra
dark shadows
Phenomenon – event
The planet JUPITER has 64 moons.
Ganymede is it’s largest moon that is
about 4.5 billion years old, about the
same age as ...
Presentation
Group Activity
Analysis and Discussion
(Use Science Module in Grade 4)
Generalization
What are the two types
of eclipse? How do
these occur?
Application
It is announced by NASA that
there will be a Total Solar Eclipse
happening by 12 noon. What
should you do to s...
Evaluation
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. What does the word eclipse mean?
a. Block out
b. Change
c. Hide
2. Lunar eclip...
3. What kind of eclipse was shown in
the diagram?
a. Solar eclipse
b. Lunar eclipse
c. Partial eclipse
4. What kind of eclipse was shown in the
diagram?
a. Solar eclipse
b. Lunar eclipse
c. Partial eclipse
5. Why should we use
sunglasses when
viewing an eclipse?
a. To look handsome
and beautiful.
b. To be fashionable.
c. To pr...
Assignment
Cut out news article about
eclipses or research on the
internet about the occurrence of
eclipse in the Philippi...
Thank You!
Prepared by: JENIFER P. CAJAYON
Oogong Elementary School
Santa Cruz, Laguna
Teacher III
Feb. 16, 2014
Eclipse Grade Four Lesson
Eclipse Grade Four Lesson
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Eclipse Grade Four Lesson

Eclipses
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Eclipse Grade Four Lesson

  1. 1. Let us unfreeze!
  2. 2. REVIEW How long does the earth revolve around the sun? What do we call the earth’s movement?
  3. 3. Unlocking difficulties Heavenly bodies Astronomical objects such as Sun, moons, planet s and asteroids
  4. 4. Shadow The darkness resulting from the blocked source of light
  5. 5. Umbra and penumbra dark shadows
  6. 6. Phenomenon – event
  7. 7. The planet JUPITER has 64 moons. Ganymede is it’s largest moon that is about 4.5 billion years old, about the same age as Jupiter.
  8. 8. Presentation
  9. 9. Group Activity
  10. 10. Analysis and Discussion (Use Science Module in Grade 4)
  11. 11. Generalization What are the two types of eclipse? How do these occur?
  12. 12. Application It is announced by NASA that there will be a Total Solar Eclipse happening by 12 noon. What should you do to safely view the phenomenon?
  13. 13. Evaluation
  14. 14. Choose the letter of the correct answer. 1. What does the word eclipse mean? a. Block out b. Change c. Hide 2. Lunar eclipse is also called the eclipse of the ________. a. Earth b. Moon c. Sun
  15. 15. 3. What kind of eclipse was shown in the diagram? a. Solar eclipse b. Lunar eclipse c. Partial eclipse
  16. 16. 4. What kind of eclipse was shown in the diagram? a. Solar eclipse b. Lunar eclipse c. Partial eclipse
  17. 17. 5. Why should we use sunglasses when viewing an eclipse? a. To look handsome and beautiful. b. To be fashionable. c. To protect our eyes from the extreme light of the sun.
  18. 18. Assignment Cut out news article about eclipses or research on the internet about the occurrence of eclipse in the Philippines. Report it in the class next meeting.
  19. 19. Thank You! Prepared by: JENIFER P. CAJAYON Oogong Elementary School Santa Cruz, Laguna Teacher III Feb. 16, 2014

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