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Republic of the Philippines
Province of Bukidnon
Municipality of Don Carlos
DON CARLOS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION
Detailed Lesson Plan in Science 3
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, 80% of the students will be able to:
A. Describe the different sense organ;
B. Appreciate the importance of the sense organ of the body;
C. Show the function of the different sense organ of the body.
II. Subject Matter
A. Topic/Lesson: 5 senses
B. References: Science for daily use 3 -violeta R. Roson PP 2-13, (MELC-week1
S3Lt-IIab-b-1
C. Instructional Materials: vedio presentation, manila paper, marker, Instructional
Materials, Speaker.
D. Strategies: collaborative learning and brainstorming
E. Values Integration: Give value and importance of our body
III. Procedure
Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity
A. Preliminary Activities
May we all stand for the prayer. Who can lead
the prayer?
Good morning class!
You may now take your seat.
Let me check the attendance first. Make sure
that you are in your proper seats so that you
will not be marked absent.
Very Good! Everybody is present.
B. Review of the Past Lesson
Do you still remember our lesson last meeting?
What had we discussed?
Yes. Exactly! We made use of latitude and
longitude in locating different places on Earth.
What is the relationship between the latitude of
a place and the climate it experiences?
(A student lead the prayer)
Good morning, Sir!
Thank you, Sir.
(Check attendance using a seat plan)
Yes, Sir.
We have discussed on using latitude and longitude
in locating places on Earth.
The closer the latitude to the equator, the warmer
the climate and the closer it is to the poles, the
colder the climate they experience.
Very Good!
C. Motivation
To start our new lesson, I will be showing you a
video of the beauty and splendor of the
Philippines.
And now, just sit back, relax and let me take
you to a tour around the Philippine
Archipelago. (Show video presentation about
the physical features and varied life forms in
the Philippines)
D. Presentation / Discussion
What are the things you have observed in the
video?
Yes! Exactly. Our country is bountiful in natural
resources starting from varied physical
features down to the diverse plant and animal
forms.
Talking about how lucky we are in the
Philippines to have such things, what can you
associate with the word “resources”?
Yes?
Good. How about another idea.
Exactly.
Based on your answers, we can define
resources as things used by people in order to
survive or satisfy needs.
Anybody who wants to give examples of
resources?
Very Good!
Resources such as air, water, plants, animals,
soil, rocks, minerals, crude oil, and other fossil
fuels, sunlight, and wind are considered as
natural resources because they are already
available in the nature.
Very Good!
We were able to explore the different rich natural
resources found in the Philippine Archipelago.
These are the things that are available around us
which we use for different purposes.
Resources are things that can be used to support,
help, or drawn on when needed.
(student answer varies)
e.g., air, water, plants, animals, soil, rocks,
minerals, crude oil, and other fossil fuels, sunlight,
wind, car, house, clothes, jewelry, money, etc.
Now, since we are talking about resources,
Philippines as an archipelago, is considered to
be rich in natural resources!
Let’s name out the natural resources of our
country.
We are blessed with the presence of different
water forms.
What are these water forms?
What is the importance of these water forms?
Precisely.
The presence of water in a specific
environment is said to be accountable for
supporting high biodiversity in that area.
Biodiversity means the presence various plants
and animal life in a particular habitat.
Can we name some of the plants and animals
we can find in our country?
Those species that you have mentioned are all
common.
Since our country is rich also in biodiversity,
Philippines is considered to be the home of
endemic species. When we say endemic
species, these are species which can be found
only in a certain area and not in any other
places.
What endemic species do you know which
exist only in the Philippines?
Where can we find them?
Good!
We also have mineral deposits in the country.
What are the minerals that you know?
Where these minerals are located or can be
found?
Philippine mineral deposits are classified as
either metallic or non-metalllic.
bays, rivers, lakes, falls, gulfs, straits and swamps.
These bodies of water support the survival of
diverse organisms for food as well as for economic
activities
(students answer will vary)
Tamaraw, tarsier, Mouse deer (Pilandok), Tamaraw
in Mindoro, Tarsier in Bohol and Mouse Deer or
Pilandok in Palawan (etc.)
(students answer may vary)
Gold, Copper, Chromite, Iron, Manganese, Nickel,
Sand, Limestone, Marble, Clay, Silica, etc.
Some are found near volcanoes, in rocks and near
rivers, beaches etc.
Gold, Copper, Chromite, Iron, Manganese and
Nickel are some of the metallic minerals we
have while Sand, Limestone, Marble, Clay, and
Silica are some of the non-metallic minerals we
have in our country.
Where do we usually use metals?
Yes indeed.
Mineral deposits can be found were volcanoes
or trenches are present. We have many
volcanoes in the Philippines and most of them
are active.
Can you name some of the famous volcanoes?
Because of the presence of numerous
volcanoes in our place, our country belongs to
the “Pacific Ring of Fire”.
Aside from that we also have energy
resources.
What are some of these energy resources?
Do we have examples of the energy resources
in our place?
Very Good!
We have already familiarized ourselves with
the natural resources we have in our country.
Today, we are going to brainstorm on how
people destroy natural resources.
E. Generalization
Now, I want everybody to group themselves
according to your monitorial group in the class.
Group 1 will stay here in front at the right
corner, group 2 here in front at the center,
group 3 here in front at the left corner, group 4
at the back left corner, group 5 will be at the
back center, and group 6 at the back right
corner.
In the count of five, you should be seated with
your group.(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
We use metals in softdrink industry, at home, in
school, farm, and other places.
(answers may vary)
Mt. Mayon, Mt. Pinatubo
We have solar energy, geothermal energy,
hydrothermal energy, wind energy and natural gas.
Geothermal Energy Plant at Puhagan, Valencia
(Students are starting to form their group)
Okay. Everybody settle down. Now that you
are with your group, you use a leader,
secretary and two representative or reporters.
Listen to the instruction.
I will be showing you some illustrations. You
will be shown a “Before” and “After” of a certain
situation or activities. Afterwards, you are going
to determine the effects of these activities to
our natural resources. Take note of the group
number in the illustration. Each group have
their own assigned situation based on the
illustration.
Did you get it?
I will be giving first this envelope with a
cartolina and pen inside. On the cartolina,
there is a column for human activity that is
written and on the other column are the effects.
You are going to write down the effects on the
cartolina provided under “Effects”. A leader or
member of the group will present their work in
the class. You are going to discuss the human
activities and its effects in front of the class.
Now read the human activity that is assigned
to your group.
Let’s start.
(Present “Before” and “After” of a certain
situation or activities in PPT)
Before
After
Yes Sir.
(students will open the envelope)
Human Activity Effects
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
When roads are built,
mountains are blown off
using dynamite.
Ricefields are turned into
residential or commercial
centers.
People cut too many trees
for lumber or paper or
building houses.
More factories are being
built to keep up with the
demands of a fast growing
population & industrialization
Too much mining & quarrying
for the porpuse of getting
precious metals & gravel/stone
Plastics and other garbage are
thrown on the rivers and other
bodies of water
IV. Evaluation
Direction: On a one fourth (1/4) sheet of paper, answer the question below with a
brief answer.
1. Since many of the resources that we have today are not in endless supply, as a
student in what way can you help conserve and protect our natural resources?
V. Assignment
Make a slogan showing how to protect and conserve our natural resources. Put it
in a ¼ cartolina of any color. Design your slogan artistically and make it presentable
to the class. Deadline for the submission of slogan will be on Monday, June 1, 2015.
Prepared by:
Pablo A. Ragay Jr.
Now that you already visualize the way people
destroy natural resources, you can now start
writing down the effects. Let’s do this for 10
minutes.
May I request all groups to paste their work on
the board.
Anybody who has a question to the group?
As we can see, nature provided us with the
rich natural resources which are of great
benefit to us. In return, let us protect and
conserve the richness of the country’s natural
resources.
(Students perform the activity)
Group Report
(Somebody from other groups will ask the reporter)
Group 5
Group 6

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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines Province of Bukidnon Municipality of Don Carlos DON CARLOS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Detailed Lesson Plan in Science 3 I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, 80% of the students will be able to: A. Describe the different sense organ; B. Appreciate the importance of the sense organ of the body; C. Show the function of the different sense organ of the body. II. Subject Matter A. Topic/Lesson: 5 senses B. References: Science for daily use 3 -violeta R. Roson PP 2-13, (MELC-week1 S3Lt-IIab-b-1 C. Instructional Materials: vedio presentation, manila paper, marker, Instructional Materials, Speaker. D. Strategies: collaborative learning and brainstorming E. Values Integration: Give value and importance of our body III. Procedure Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity A. Preliminary Activities May we all stand for the prayer. Who can lead the prayer? Good morning class! You may now take your seat. Let me check the attendance first. Make sure that you are in your proper seats so that you will not be marked absent. Very Good! Everybody is present. B. Review of the Past Lesson Do you still remember our lesson last meeting? What had we discussed? Yes. Exactly! We made use of latitude and longitude in locating different places on Earth. What is the relationship between the latitude of a place and the climate it experiences? (A student lead the prayer) Good morning, Sir! Thank you, Sir. (Check attendance using a seat plan) Yes, Sir. We have discussed on using latitude and longitude in locating places on Earth. The closer the latitude to the equator, the warmer the climate and the closer it is to the poles, the colder the climate they experience.
  • 2. Very Good! C. Motivation To start our new lesson, I will be showing you a video of the beauty and splendor of the Philippines. And now, just sit back, relax and let me take you to a tour around the Philippine Archipelago. (Show video presentation about the physical features and varied life forms in the Philippines) D. Presentation / Discussion What are the things you have observed in the video? Yes! Exactly. Our country is bountiful in natural resources starting from varied physical features down to the diverse plant and animal forms. Talking about how lucky we are in the Philippines to have such things, what can you associate with the word “resources”? Yes? Good. How about another idea. Exactly. Based on your answers, we can define resources as things used by people in order to survive or satisfy needs. Anybody who wants to give examples of resources? Very Good! Resources such as air, water, plants, animals, soil, rocks, minerals, crude oil, and other fossil fuels, sunlight, and wind are considered as natural resources because they are already available in the nature. Very Good! We were able to explore the different rich natural resources found in the Philippine Archipelago. These are the things that are available around us which we use for different purposes. Resources are things that can be used to support, help, or drawn on when needed. (student answer varies) e.g., air, water, plants, animals, soil, rocks, minerals, crude oil, and other fossil fuels, sunlight, wind, car, house, clothes, jewelry, money, etc.
  • 3. Now, since we are talking about resources, Philippines as an archipelago, is considered to be rich in natural resources! Let’s name out the natural resources of our country. We are blessed with the presence of different water forms. What are these water forms? What is the importance of these water forms? Precisely. The presence of water in a specific environment is said to be accountable for supporting high biodiversity in that area. Biodiversity means the presence various plants and animal life in a particular habitat. Can we name some of the plants and animals we can find in our country? Those species that you have mentioned are all common. Since our country is rich also in biodiversity, Philippines is considered to be the home of endemic species. When we say endemic species, these are species which can be found only in a certain area and not in any other places. What endemic species do you know which exist only in the Philippines? Where can we find them? Good! We also have mineral deposits in the country. What are the minerals that you know? Where these minerals are located or can be found? Philippine mineral deposits are classified as either metallic or non-metalllic. bays, rivers, lakes, falls, gulfs, straits and swamps. These bodies of water support the survival of diverse organisms for food as well as for economic activities (students answer will vary) Tamaraw, tarsier, Mouse deer (Pilandok), Tamaraw in Mindoro, Tarsier in Bohol and Mouse Deer or Pilandok in Palawan (etc.) (students answer may vary) Gold, Copper, Chromite, Iron, Manganese, Nickel, Sand, Limestone, Marble, Clay, Silica, etc. Some are found near volcanoes, in rocks and near rivers, beaches etc.
  • 4. Gold, Copper, Chromite, Iron, Manganese and Nickel are some of the metallic minerals we have while Sand, Limestone, Marble, Clay, and Silica are some of the non-metallic minerals we have in our country. Where do we usually use metals? Yes indeed. Mineral deposits can be found were volcanoes or trenches are present. We have many volcanoes in the Philippines and most of them are active. Can you name some of the famous volcanoes? Because of the presence of numerous volcanoes in our place, our country belongs to the “Pacific Ring of Fire”. Aside from that we also have energy resources. What are some of these energy resources? Do we have examples of the energy resources in our place? Very Good! We have already familiarized ourselves with the natural resources we have in our country. Today, we are going to brainstorm on how people destroy natural resources. E. Generalization Now, I want everybody to group themselves according to your monitorial group in the class. Group 1 will stay here in front at the right corner, group 2 here in front at the center, group 3 here in front at the left corner, group 4 at the back left corner, group 5 will be at the back center, and group 6 at the back right corner. In the count of five, you should be seated with your group.(1, 2, 3, 4, 5) We use metals in softdrink industry, at home, in school, farm, and other places. (answers may vary) Mt. Mayon, Mt. Pinatubo We have solar energy, geothermal energy, hydrothermal energy, wind energy and natural gas. Geothermal Energy Plant at Puhagan, Valencia (Students are starting to form their group)
  • 5. Okay. Everybody settle down. Now that you are with your group, you use a leader, secretary and two representative or reporters. Listen to the instruction. I will be showing you some illustrations. You will be shown a “Before” and “After” of a certain situation or activities. Afterwards, you are going to determine the effects of these activities to our natural resources. Take note of the group number in the illustration. Each group have their own assigned situation based on the illustration. Did you get it? I will be giving first this envelope with a cartolina and pen inside. On the cartolina, there is a column for human activity that is written and on the other column are the effects. You are going to write down the effects on the cartolina provided under “Effects”. A leader or member of the group will present their work in the class. You are going to discuss the human activities and its effects in front of the class. Now read the human activity that is assigned to your group. Let’s start. (Present “Before” and “After” of a certain situation or activities in PPT) Before After Yes Sir. (students will open the envelope) Human Activity Effects Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 When roads are built, mountains are blown off using dynamite. Ricefields are turned into residential or commercial centers. People cut too many trees for lumber or paper or building houses. More factories are being built to keep up with the demands of a fast growing population & industrialization Too much mining & quarrying for the porpuse of getting precious metals & gravel/stone Plastics and other garbage are thrown on the rivers and other bodies of water
  • 6. IV. Evaluation Direction: On a one fourth (1/4) sheet of paper, answer the question below with a brief answer. 1. Since many of the resources that we have today are not in endless supply, as a student in what way can you help conserve and protect our natural resources? V. Assignment Make a slogan showing how to protect and conserve our natural resources. Put it in a ¼ cartolina of any color. Design your slogan artistically and make it presentable to the class. Deadline for the submission of slogan will be on Monday, June 1, 2015. Prepared by: Pablo A. Ragay Jr. Now that you already visualize the way people destroy natural resources, you can now start writing down the effects. Let’s do this for 10 minutes. May I request all groups to paste their work on the board. Anybody who has a question to the group? As we can see, nature provided us with the rich natural resources which are of great benefit to us. In return, let us protect and conserve the richness of the country’s natural resources. (Students perform the activity) Group Report (Somebody from other groups will ask the reporter) Group 5 Group 6