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Sample lesson plan in science VI with 5 e's

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Sample lesson plan in science VI with 5 e's

  1. 1. I. Objectives Define food web Construct a food web Differentiate a food web from a food chainII. Subject Matter A. Food Web B. Reference: Science and Health : Into the Future VI, p.126 , Science & Health p. 111-113 PELC II C. Materials: Illustration, chart, activity sheet , power point presentations, youtube D. Science Concept: A food web is a pattern of overlapping and interlinked food chains. The energy pyramid illustrates how the amount of stored energy from the sun is reduced as an organism gets away from the producer. E. Process Skills Observing, Describing, DifferentiatingIII. Procedure A. ENGAGE • Science Song “ Food Web” • Checking of Assignment 1. Which is the producer in the food chain? ________________________________ 2. Which is the first-order consumer? _____________________________________ 3. Which is the second-order consumer? ___________________________________ 4. Which is the third-order consumer? _____________________________________ 5. What is a food chain? ________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________
  2. 2. • Motivation Show the illustration How many food chains are there in this illustration?B. EXPLORE • Setting of standards to be followed in doing the activity • Group the pupils into four • Let each group perform the activity.C. EXPLAIN * Discussion / Analysis Answer the following questions 1. How many food chains are there in the illustration? 2. Which is the producer? 3. Which are the primary consumers? 4. Which are the secondary consumers? 5. Which get the greatest amount of energy among the consumers? 6. Which get the least amount of energy? Which is found at the base of the pyramid? Which are found at the second layer? Which at the third layer? From the pyramid shown, which get the greatest amount of energy? * Generalization When the transfer of energy from the food becomes interlinked, the overlapping food chains now show a kind of relationship of flow known as food web. What happens to the amount of energy as it is transferred from one consumer to another?
  3. 3. How much energy do humans get when they eat higher order consumer?D. ELABORATE Construct your own food web using the following animals Chicken, bird, rice plant, boy, lizard, snakeE. EVALUATE Choose the letter of the correct answer. 1. A food web is ________________ food chains. A. composed of B. a simple C. an energetic D. a decaying 2. The plant is considered the _____________. A. primary consumer B. producer C. secondary consumer D. tertiary consumer 3. What is transferred in the food web? A. Parasites B. Predators C. Energy D. Water 4. In the food web, which get the greatest amount of energy? A. The primary consumer B. The secondary consumer C. The tertiary consumer D. The decomposer 5. What happens to the stored energy as the consumer is getting away from the producer? A. It increases. B. It decreases. C. It does not change. D. It remains the same.F. ENRICHMENT Construct a food web with organisms found in your backyard or around your community.
  4. 4. ACTIVITY What is a food web?What to use: illustration of food webWhat to do: 1. Study the illustration thoroughly then answer the questions that follow. 2. Construct your own food web from the animals you have brought. What have you found out? 1. What is the main source of food of the organisms in the illustration? 2. What organisms feed directly on plants? 3. What are the second-order-consumers in the food web? 4. What is the third-order consumer? 5. How many food chains can you construct from the food web?
  5. 5. 6. What is a food web? ACTIVITY What is a food web?What to use: illustration of food webWhat to do: 1. Study the illustration thoroughly then answer the questions that follow. 2. Construct your own food web from the animals you have brought. What have you found out? 1. What is the main source of food of the organisms in the illustration? 2. What organisms feed directly on plants? 3. What are the second-order-consumers in the food web? 4. What is the third-order consumer? 5. How many food chains can you construct from the food web? 6. What is a food web?
  6. 6. ACTIVITY What is a food web?What to use: illustration of food webWhat to do: 1. Study the illustration thoroughly then answer the questions that follow. 2. Construct your own food web from the animals you have brought.What have you found out? 1. What is the main source of food of the organisms in the illustration? 2. What organisms feed directly on plants? 3. What are the second-order-consumers in the food web? 4. What is the third-order consumer? 5. How many food chains can you construct from the food web? 6. What is a food web?
  7. 7. ACTIVITY What is a food web?What to use: illustration of food webWhat to do: 1. Study the illustration thoroughly then answer the questions that follow. 2. Construct your own food web from the animals you have brought.What have you found out? 1. What is the main source of food of the organisms in the illustration? 2. What organisms feed directly on plants? 3. What are the second-order-consumers in the food web? 4. What is the third-order consumer? 5. How many food chains can you construct from the food web? 6. What is a food web?

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