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  1. 1. PSED 7 SCIENCE DR. MARIA GLORIA LUGO Name: HYDIE REINA A. SIMO Date: June 22, 2014 I.D. NO.:2008-0612 BATTERY EXAMINATION 1. How does the teacher teach science in kinder learner? The teacher teaches science in kinder learner by preparing the lesson plan and instructional materials before facing his/her learner. The teacher should know the interest of his/her learner so that there will be cooperation and collaboration in doing the learning process. Teaching science is difficult; but if the teacher will allow the kinder learner to explore by doing the activity more interesting by letting the kinder learners have their hands on learning there will be a smooth-sealing process. In addition, attending seminars in teaching science in kindergarten so that there will be improvement in teaching kindergartner. The teacher should always put in mind that the kindergarten learners should not impede on a paper-pencil test rather than learning while they are having FUN! 2. Design of Integrative Teaching in Science. Lesson Plan in Kindergarten Thematic Teaching Approach Prepared by: Hydie Reina A. Simo I. Objectives At the end of the lesson pupils are expected to: a. identify uses of ears b. count up quantities of 1-3 c. tell ways on how to care ears II. Subject Matter Topic: Sense of hearing References: NCKG 46, 48, internet Materials: Pictures, real objects, picture sound III. Procedures: A. Preparatory Activities 1. Review: Eyes Sing the song: Five senses Questions: What is the use of our eyes? What are the things can we see in God creation? Unlocking of difficulties Sensory walk - moadto sa usa ka lugar aron molantaw sa mga butang nga nakapalibot niini. Bombo –usa ka instrument nga motingog kung atong bunalan. Bulkan – usa ka bungtod nga adunay kapasidad nga moboto og mobuga og kalayo. Headphone – usa ka gamit sa dalunggan aron makadungog ug tugtog nga dili makadistorbo sa ubang tawo.
  2. 2. 2. Motivation: Sensory walk: the pupils will visit the 3 stations where they are going to observe the things found in each station. B. Development of the Lesson 1. Lesson Proper: What are the things found in station number 1? Station Number 2? Station Number 3 Answer: The things found in station 1 are drum, bell and whistle. Station Number 2: guitar, cans, marbles Station Number 3: telephone, keys , coins Question: What is the sound of the drum? Bell? Whistle? telephone? Answer: Drum: Boom-boom Bell: ting-ting Whistle: ppppprrrt-ppppprrrrt Telephone: kring-kring-kring Question: What part of our body that enables us to hear the sounds? Answer: The part of our body that enables us to hear the sounds is the ears. (The teacher will let the pupils watch and listen to the following picture sound) 1. volcanic eruption 2. babies crying 3. bell 4. alarm clock 5. sound of different animals 6. sounds of thunder 7. rain Question: Why can we hear those sounds from the different objects? Answer: We can hear those sounds because of our ears. Question: What is the use of our ears? Answer: It is use for Hearing PICTURES THAT SHOW THE USES OF OUR EARS Question: How do we take good care of our ears? And what are those cleaning materials to be used? Answer: We take good care of our ears by cleaning it twice a week by using cotton buds with oil. 2. Activities (Groupings) a. Message Relay Red Team (Gisakay ang pasyente sa ambulansya. ) Blue Team (Naminaw og tugtog ang bata og ang mama) Station 1 drum, bell, whistle Station 2 guitar, cans, marbles Station 3 telephone, keys , coins
  3. 3. Yellow Team ( Gikantahan sa mama ang iyahang anak aron makatulog) b. Art (Ear Mosaic) Close your eyes and listen to the surroundings. What did you hear? Why can we hear sounds? Open your eyes and will do an art about ear mosaic. Directions: Tear the colored paper into pieces and paste it to the given drawing. c. Cross the Bridge (There are three stations along the bridge. In every station, they must choose a picture that shows the uses of our ears so that they can continue to the succeeding stations. If they fail to choose the correct picture, they will be out of the game. They must select 2 correct pictures from 3 stations in order for them to cross the bridge.) d. Singing of “ Concert in the Park” And there was a concert in the park where no one in the dark, the music was so nice, they played over twice and the band was playing…. (guitar- ting, ting, ting), (drum- boom, boom, boom), (violin – nging-nging) e. Syllable Clap 1 2 3 4 5 bombo trumpita bagtinganan radyo alarma telepono pito bulkan 3. Generalization: What is the use of our ears? Give a situation that shows the uses of our ears? How do we take good care of our ears? 4. Application Story: Si Bettie ug si Bitoy Mga pangutana: Kinsa man ang duha ka mag-igsoon sa storya? Nag-unsa man sila sa bukid? Unsa man ang nahitabo didto sa bukid? Unsa ilang nadungog na boto? 5. Valuing: How important is our ears if there is danger? Our ears are very important to us especially if there is an incoming danger because it enables us hear sounds that serve as our warning. Hence, we can prepare for the possible happenings. We are thankful that God give us ears to hear because not all people can hear. Some people are born deaf, they cannot hear anything. IV. Evaluation Directions: Box the picture that shows the uses of our ears. V. Assignment Directions: Draw the things that produce soft and loud sounds that can be found in your home.
  4. 4. ACTIVITY SHEET
  5. 5. a. Cross the Bridge
  6. 6. NAME: Panuto: Ikahon ang mga hulagway nga nagapakita og gamit sa dalunggan.
  7. 7. 3. How important music in teaching science? Music is an important part of a young child’s growth and development in teaching science. Music can positively affect the quality of all children’s lives. Through creative expression in rhythmic movement and listening experiences, music can help children emotionally and intellectually. Music is important to all programs for Kindergarten that meets all the expressive, intellectual and creative needs of all Children especially in teaching science. Music helps us learn because it will: establish a positive learning environment, create a desired outcome, build a sense of anticipation, energize learning activities, and change brain wave state (Brewer, 1995). Music is important in teaching science by providing an environment that is rich in learning. As a teacher we are always looking for new ways to enhance student learning and one way to do this is through the use of music and movement in the classroom. Music in teaching science is vital to the creative educational process. As educators we need to stimulate the minds of our students. Music is one way of letting the learners’ emotional quotient livelier and they will gain more meaningful learning through this, they are more participative in the class. Playing music in the classroom offers many great opportunities for children. When music is played, research shows the brain is more stimulated and increases the amounts of information that is retained and recalled. Music also provides students with strategies to increase their memory and strategies to improve science skills. “When we keep students active, we keep their energy levels up and provide their brains with the oxygen-rich blood needed for highest performance” (Jensen, 2005 p.66). Music is often an integral part of the preschool and kindergarten child’s school experience by serving as a method to teach certain curriculum units. Music is looked at as a multi-sensory approach to enhance learning and retention of academic skills. Music can bring people together through shared experiences; it can remind us of special times, comfort us and bring us pleasure and joy (Warner, 1999). He also states that children feel more successful when they participate in musical activities. Singing, dancing, moving can help brighten children’s moods.
  8. 8. 4. Brain-based Approach ( LESSON PLAN ) Lesson Plan in Kindergarten Brain-Based Approach Prepared by: Hydie Reina A. Simo I. Objectives At the end of the lesson pupils are expected to: a. identify ways how to care the body b. show ways how to care the body II. Subject Matter Topic: Caring of the Body References: NCKG week 8, internet, books Materials: Pictures, real objects, worksheets Valuing: Sharing III. Procedures: A. Preparatory Activities 1. Review: Five Senses 2. Motivation Sing the song: “This is the Way” B. Development of the Lesson 1. Lesson Proper Question: How do you take good care of your body? Read a Poem: “I Care for my Body” Show Pictures on How to Care of Our Body 2. Group Activity Heart Group Directions: Identify ways how to care the body. Color it. (Reference Book: Webs of Wonders in Science)
  9. 9. Diamond Group Directions: Sing the song “This is the Way”. Oblong Group Directions: Show ways how to care the body by acting it out in front of your classmates. Generalization Ask: How do we take good care of our body? IV. Evaluation: Directions: Identify how to take care of our body by putting a big check ( ) in the picture.(Reference book Paghanas sa Pagbasa Page 60) V. Assignment Directions: Cut-out pictures of the body. Paste it on a long bond paper.

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