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LESSON
PLAN
School LUCENA WEST III ES Grade Level FOUR
Teacher
MARIA AUREA E. LONTOK Learning Area SCIENCE
Date APRIL 2, 2024 Quarter FOURTH
I. OBJECTIVES Compare and contrast the characteristics ofdifferent types of soil.
A. Content Standard The learners demonstrate understanding of… the different types of
soil
B. Performance
Standard
The learners should be able to practice precautionary measures in
planning activities
C. Learning
Competency
Identify different layers of soil.
Describe the different layers of soil.
LC Code: S4ES-IVa-1
II. CONTENT DIFFERENT LAYERS OF SOIL
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Module pages Science 4 LM pp.247-248
3. Textbook pages
4. Other additional materials from
Learning Resource (LR) Portal
B. Other learning resources https://youtu.be/ysIm7ImsK6c?t=3
https://www.education.com/worksheet/article/soil-layers-1/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/Search:soil%20wor
ksheet
IV. PROCEDURE
A. ELICIT
What is the only planet found to support plant and animal life?
What composes Earth that provides basic needs of living things? Its
composition of land, water, and air provides the basic needs of living
things.
B. ENGAGE Checking of preparation.
Why is sand used for construction of roads and buildings? Look at the
picture.
What can you say about the picture A? What is the soil made up of?
What layer of the soil is it?
B.
MATERIALS:
1 BIG RECYCLED MINERAL bottle remove the top cover
5-10 pcs of medium size rocks ½ kg gravel ½ Sand
½ Clay ½ Loam Plants Manila paper
Marker Masking tape
Procedure:
1. Properly arrange the materials in recycled mineral bottle
2. Label them accordingly.
A
3. Describe each layer.
Guide questions:
1.What are the layers of the soil?
2. What are their characteristics?
3. How did you come up with the correct set-up?
C. EXPLORE
Setting of standards
Agree with a rubric to assess pupils activity Activity Proper
D. EXPLAIN
Group Presentation.
Checking of Group output and clarifying misconceptions.
E. ELABORATE LAYERS OF THE SOIL
The soil is made up of different layers. Each layer has its own
characteristics:
The Topsoil (A-Horizon) is the uppermost layer of the soil. This layer is
rich with organic materials called humus and with minerals needed for plant
growth. Humus comes from decaying plants and animals. The soil’s dark color
is an indication of the presence of humus. Several kinds of plants can be seen
growing on this layer.
The Sub-soil (B-Horizon) is located just below the topsoil. It is
composed of loosely arranged rocks, sand, clay. This layer is very rich with
minerals that drain from topsoil. When topsoil is washed out, the sub soil alone
cannot support plant life.
The Parents Rock (C-Horizon) is composed of rocks that are slowly
breaking apart. It is exposed to very little weathering, It does not contain
necessary nutrients and water needed for plant growth. The Bedrock (C-
Horizon) is the lowest of the soil layers. It is made up of undistributed large
boulders and gravel.
F. EVALUATE Identify the different layers of soil.
F. EXTEND Draw the different layers of soil.
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
VII. OTHERS
A. No. of learners who earned 80%
on the formative assessment
B. No. of learners who require additional
activities for
remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught up with the
lesson.
D. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation.
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked
well? Why did it
work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my
principal or
supervisor can help me to solve?
G. What innovation or localized material/s did
I use/discover which I wish to share with other
teachers?

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LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE GRADE 4 WEEK 1 DAY 2

  • 1. DETAILED LESSON PLAN School LUCENA WEST III ES Grade Level FOUR Teacher MARIA AUREA E. LONTOK Learning Area SCIENCE Date APRIL 2, 2024 Quarter FOURTH I. OBJECTIVES Compare and contrast the characteristics ofdifferent types of soil. A. Content Standard The learners demonstrate understanding of… the different types of soil B. Performance Standard The learners should be able to practice precautionary measures in planning activities C. Learning Competency Identify different layers of soil. Describe the different layers of soil. LC Code: S4ES-IVa-1 II. CONTENT DIFFERENT LAYERS OF SOIL III. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References 1. Teacher’s Guide pages 2. Learner’s Module pages Science 4 LM pp.247-248 3. Textbook pages 4. Other additional materials from Learning Resource (LR) Portal B. Other learning resources https://youtu.be/ysIm7ImsK6c?t=3 https://www.education.com/worksheet/article/soil-layers-1/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/Search:soil%20wor ksheet IV. PROCEDURE A. ELICIT What is the only planet found to support plant and animal life? What composes Earth that provides basic needs of living things? Its composition of land, water, and air provides the basic needs of living things. B. ENGAGE Checking of preparation. Why is sand used for construction of roads and buildings? Look at the picture. What can you say about the picture A? What is the soil made up of? What layer of the soil is it? B. MATERIALS: 1 BIG RECYCLED MINERAL bottle remove the top cover 5-10 pcs of medium size rocks ½ kg gravel ½ Sand ½ Clay ½ Loam Plants Manila paper Marker Masking tape Procedure: 1. Properly arrange the materials in recycled mineral bottle 2. Label them accordingly. A
  • 2. 3. Describe each layer. Guide questions: 1.What are the layers of the soil? 2. What are their characteristics? 3. How did you come up with the correct set-up? C. EXPLORE Setting of standards Agree with a rubric to assess pupils activity Activity Proper D. EXPLAIN Group Presentation. Checking of Group output and clarifying misconceptions. E. ELABORATE LAYERS OF THE SOIL The soil is made up of different layers. Each layer has its own characteristics: The Topsoil (A-Horizon) is the uppermost layer of the soil. This layer is rich with organic materials called humus and with minerals needed for plant growth. Humus comes from decaying plants and animals. The soil’s dark color is an indication of the presence of humus. Several kinds of plants can be seen growing on this layer. The Sub-soil (B-Horizon) is located just below the topsoil. It is composed of loosely arranged rocks, sand, clay. This layer is very rich with minerals that drain from topsoil. When topsoil is washed out, the sub soil alone cannot support plant life. The Parents Rock (C-Horizon) is composed of rocks that are slowly breaking apart. It is exposed to very little weathering, It does not contain necessary nutrients and water needed for plant growth. The Bedrock (C- Horizon) is the lowest of the soil layers. It is made up of undistributed large boulders and gravel. F. EVALUATE Identify the different layers of soil. F. EXTEND Draw the different layers of soil. V. REMARKS VI. REFLECTION VII. OTHERS A. No. of learners who earned 80% on the formative assessment B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson. D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation. E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did it work? F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me to solve? G. What innovation or localized material/s did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?