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  Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Region _______, __________ Division _____________ Instructional Planning (iPlan) (With inclusion of the provisions of D.O. No. 8, s. 2015 and D.O. No. 42, s. 2016) DETAILED LESSON PLAN (DLP) DLP No.:Learning Area:Grade Level:Quarter:Duration:Q1W2D4 Matter71st60 minutes 1. LEARNING COMPETENCY Describe the components of a scientific investigation Code:  S7MT-Ia-b-1 Key Concepts/ Understanding to be Developed Summative Test Specific Learning Objectives  Knowledg e Recall the concepts learned from the module  Skills Apply scientific method in solving a problem  Attitudes Display appropriate behavior while taking a test Values Honesty and accuracy in taking test. 2. CONTENT3. LEARNING RESOURCES  References Learners Manual Science 7 ; TG Science 7  Materials Test questionnaires, pen 4. PROCEDURES 4.1 Introductory Activity A recapitulation will be conducted highlighting the key concepts on thecomponents of the scientific investigation. Afterwards, certain reminders will be relayed to the class before the administration of the summative test. 4.2 Activity The students will be given test questionnaires which will serve as their answer sheets at the same time. They will be given 35 minutes to complete the test which is worth 40 pts. 4.3 Analysis Which of the items are difficult to answer? 4.4 Abstraction Checking of the answer sheets will be done to provide a prompt feedback to the students. 4.5 Application What have you realized after answering the test? 4.6 Assessment Refer to the test questionnaire below. 4.7 Assignment How is matter classified? Differentiate each. 4.8 Concluding Activity5. REMARKS  Indicate below special cases including but not limited to continuation of lesson planto the following day in case of re-teaching or lack of time, transfer of lesson to the following day, in cases of classes suspension, etc. 6. REFLECTIONS  Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your student’s progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the studentslearn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions. Indicate below whichever is/areappropriate. A. No. of learners whoearned 80% in theevaluation. B. No. of learners whorequire additional activities for remediation.C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have  caught up with thelesson. D. No. learners whocontinue to requireremediation. E. Which of my learning  strategies worked well?Why did these work? F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve?G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers? Prepared by: Name of Teacher: School:Position:Division:Contact Number:Email Address: A Test on Scientific MethodName: _______________________________Gr. & Sec.:_______Date: _________ Score: ____  I. Directions: Read the sentence with comprehension. Then, circle the letter of the correct answer from the given choices (15 pts.)1. Scientists test a hypothesis by __________. A. formulating questionsC. doing experimentsB. designing modelsD. drawing conclusions 2. A series of steps which are used to solve a scientific problem is called the ____________. A. experimental processC. scientific methodB. scientific theoryD. model method3. In the steps of the scientific method, what is the next step after formulating and objectively testing hypothesis? A. interpreting resultsC. conducting experimentsB. stating conclusionsD. making observations and collecting data4. When a scientist shares his or her findings with other scientists, the scientist is___________. A. communicatingB. experimentingC. hypothesizingD. theorizing5. In a controlled experiment, a scientist is studying how long it takes parachutes of different sizes tofall to the ground. What is the manipulated variable? A. the size of the parachuteC. the size of the object carried by the parachuteB. the height from which the parachute is droppedD. the time it takes for the parachute to drop6. What characteristic must be true of a good hypothesis? A. It must be correct.C. It must involve quantitative data.B. It must have been observed many times.D. It must be testable by observation or experiment.7. Which of the following steps to solve a problem must be completed first? A. analyzing dataC. forming a hypothesisB. recognizing and identifying the problemD. testing a hypothesis8. The process of obtaining information by using the senses is called a/an_____  A. conclusionB. observationC. scientific methodD. inquiry9. In an experiment, the variable that is changed is called the _______.   A. constant variableC. dependent variableB. independent variableD. responding variable10. In an experiment, the factor that we measure is called the ______________. A. constant variableC. dependent variableB. independent variableD. responding variable11. It is the part of the experiment without the variable being tested. A. alternate groupC. experimental groupB. control groupD. null group12. It is the simple statement that presents the possible solution to the problem. A. hypothesisB. lawC. predictionD. theory13. It is the dependent variable in the research title “Effect of Aloe Vera on the Inhibition Zone of E. coli.” A. growth of E. coliC. temperatureB. amount of aloe veraD. humidity14. What is meant by “fair testing?” A. testing the influence of one variable on the other variable without the other variables interfering with the investigationB. having two or more manipulated variables in the experiment to validate resultsC. keeping only one constant variable all throughout the experimentD. None of the above15. Which of the following is an example of a null hypothesis? A. There is a significant relationship between the growth of plants and the use of fertilizer.B. Temperature affects the growth of bacteria in an area.C. The type of insecticide and its death rate have relationship with each other.D. Watering the plants does not affect its growth.
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