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  Teacher’s  Guide   173   173   177   177   Department of Education   Negros Island Region   DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL   Grade 8   Daily Lesson Log   Junior HS Science   School   Teacher    Teaching Dates   Grade Level   Learning Area   Quarter    8   Matter (Chemistry)  Third Grade 8   Quarter 3   Page 1   Week No. 1   MONDAY   TUESDAY   WEDNESDAY   THURSDAY   FRIDAY   I. OBJECTIVES   Content Standard   The Learners demonstrate an understanding of:   the particle nature of matter as basis for explaining properties, physical changes, and structure of substances and mixtures Performance Standard   The Learners shall be able to:   present how water behaves in its different states within the water cycle   Learning Competency   The Learners should be able to:   explain the properties of solids, liquids, and gases based on the particle nature of matter; Code:   S8MT-IIIa-b-8   DAILY TASK   Diagnostic (module 1)   Distinguish Matter from non-matter    Explain that matter is made up of tiny particles   II. CONTENT   DIAGNOSTIC TEST   Common properties of matter    Composition of Matter    III. LEARNING RESOURCES   Learner’s  Materials   Learners’  Module pp 172-   Learners’  Module pp 172-   Learners’  Module pp. 174-   Learners’  Module pp. 174-    Additional Materials   ww w.f  a c t mo n s t e r  . c o m   Junior HS Science Weekly Lesson Log & Lesson Plan Exemplar    First Version: November 2016    “Everything  you see or    imagine is built from   something else.”  This   until they won’t  be able to   concept will be further    ear it anymore. Find   someone who had torn the   smallest piece and present   it to the class. class. composition. discussed for today’s  topic. Department of Education   Negros Island Region   DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL   IV. LEARNING TASKS ELICIT   Show two pictures to the   class (one matter and one   non matter). (Example:   nonmatter: picture of light   from a torch, heat from the   fire, sound from the police   siren (forms of energy);   Matter: picture of any solid,   liquid or gaseous   substance. Let the   students cite the   differences between the   two and write them on the   board. Show to the students a   glass of water. Obtain   ideas or concepts they   have in mind regarding it. Let the students get a piece   of paper. Ask them to tear    the paper into small pieces   Tell the students to look   around and let one student   mention one object to the   Grade 8   Quarter 3   Page 2   ENGAGE    Ask the students what   could be the possible   characteristics/ properties   these pictures have.   Explain that these objects   do have properties and that   is the objective of the   lesson.   (Prepare two identical cups   and water)   Show to the class one   small drinking glass full of    water and one empty. Get   a volunteer and ask him to   weigh the two.  Ask the students on what   they observed with the two   objects. (Students must infer that   water has mass)   Get their opinion from the   question: Is it possible to   divide still the paper into   the very smallest of it?   Then, explain the concept   of indivisibility of matter’s   Using the object presented,   ask the student what are   the materials that object is   made up of. State:   Junior HS Science Weekly Lesson Log & Lesson Plan Exemplar    First Version: November 2016    1.   Students will be divided   into groups of 5. They will   conduct an activity found   on pages 174-175 of the   learners’  module. (Activity #   Department of Education   Negros Island Region   DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL   EXPLORE   Essential Question:   What are the common properties of matter?   Students will be divided   into groups of 5. With the   use of materials found on   the module, they should be   able to fill in the table   classifying if the sample is   matter or not. (Activity #1:   Which is matter, which is  not?) Essential Question:   What is matter made of?   2: What is matter made  of?) Grade 8   Quarter 3   Page 3   EXPLAIN Students will present their    findings in class through a   class reporting with the use   of the table and guide   questions. (Please refer to   LM for the guide questions)   Students will present their    activity by answering the   guide questions. (Please   refer to LM for the guide  questions) Key Questions: Key Questions:   ELABORATE   What are the   common properties   of matter?   2.   How does matter    differ from non-  matter? 3.   What are the other    properties of   matter? 1.   What is matter made  of? 2.   What is the difference   between molecules   and atoms?   3.   How can you say that   matter is made up of    small particles like  atom? Junior HS Science Weekly Lesson Log & Lesson Plan Exemplar    First Version: November 2016    have you If    it   case   In   students   Tell the   Let the students check the   other properties of the   ollowing matter (hardness,   exture, color, malleability,   electrical conductivity) 1. silk cloth   2. plastic straw   Identify the following   could not   cut anymore with   heir bare hands, use   1.   Department of Education   Negros Island Region   DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL   EVALUATE    A. Classify whether the   following is matter   or nonmatter  :   1. smoke (matter)   2. ocean (matter)   3. dreams (nonmatter)   4. chalk (matter)   5. shadow (nonmatter)   B. Identify what property of    matter is being described:    _____1. It is the measure   of the amount of matter the   object has. (mass)    _____2. It refers to the   space occupied by an   object. (volume)   He believed that atoms   are indivisible.   2.   It is Greek word which   means indivisible   particle.   3.   It is the smallest   particle of an element.   4.   It consists of two or    more atoms.   5.   It is the unit of length   used to measure size   of an atom.   Grade 8   Quarter 3   Page 4   to   get an aluminum foil   and cut it into small   pieces.  be EXTEND   3.  copper wire a microscope or    magnifying glass to   look at the tiniest   piece.  better tools, you could still   cut the aluminum into   tinier pieces.   Junior HS Science Weekly Lesson Log & Lesson Plan Exemplar    First Version: November 2016  
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