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    TEACHING GUIDE ELECTRICITY  2 Kto12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION INDUSTRIAL ARTS  –  ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE (Exploratory)  –  One Quarter Grade Level Standard: The learner should demonstrate an understanding of Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies (PECs), Environment and Market and Process and Delivery in order to contribute to the sustainable use of resources and economic productivity. CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING COMPETENCIES The learner demonstrates an understanding of basic concepts, and underlying theories In electrical installation and maintenance.   Explain basic concepts in electrical installation and maintenance   Discuss the relevance of the course   Explore on opportunities for electrical installation and maintenance as a career PERFORMANCE STANDARD The learner independently demonstrates common competencies in electrical installation and maintenance as prescribed in the TESDA Training Regulation. I. INTRODUCTION In this module, you will discuss with learners their learning goals and targets. You should give some background about electricity and/or engage the students by means of brainstorming or pop up session. You should also discuss the scope/content of the module. II. OBJECTIVES Guided by the teacher and this module the learner is expected to: 1. Exhibit working knowledge of the fundamental principles and theories of electricity; 2. Develop skills in the use of various electrical measuring instruments, tools, materials and equipment; 3. Apply knowledge in repairing and troubleshooting wiring connections, fixtures and other current  –  consuming devices; 4. Enhance awareness and observe safety precautions in the use of instruments and in performing wiring procedures and practices. Note: All exercises are for copying and answering by the students in their notebooks unless specified. III. PRE-ASSESSMENT  A. Common Competencies Activity 1  –  Identification (Do You Know Me?)   This activity is all about tools and materials. The objective of this activity is to know their prior knowledge about electrical tools and materials. Activity 2  –  Think and Share    This activity is entitled “Find me in your Home”; this activity will help your learners to be familiar with the electrical gadgets that are available in their homes.  After 5 minutes, they will share their answers with the  3 class. Activity 3  –  Checklist (Do You Know Me?)   Learners are tasked to analyze the given basic knowledge and skills in the production of basic electrical gadgets.   The objective of this activity is to assess the prior knowledge of the learners in electrical wiring and installation. Activity 4  –  Multiple Choices   The objective of this lesson is to assess the prior knowledge of the learners about electrical wiring systems and electrical gadgets. IV. LEARNING GOALS AND TARGETS Let your students write their learning goals and targets by filling out the pattern found in their modules. V. COMMON COMPETENCIES  A. Know 1. Lesson 1: Assembly of Extension Cord (Discussion)   Demonstrate/show how to assemble an extension cord, then lead your discussion to electrical tools and materials used in assembling basic electrical gadgets. 2. Lesson 1A: Electrical Tools and Materials (Demo- Teaching)     Present actual example or pictures of different tools, supplies and materials.   Discuss the safety measures and precautionary measures with your learners.    Post a few reminders like “Prevention is better than Cure”.   B. Process Activity 1: Venn Diagram  –  Similarities and Differences   Ask them to give their observation/s by comparing a Do-It-Yourself DIY extension cord with a ready-made extension cord available in the market.   Discuss the directions and reminders for proper use of an extension cord. You can ask them to perform it through role playing. C. Understand 1. Extension Cord   Ask your learners to demonstrate the actual making of an extension cord. 2. Table  –  Power Consumption   Guide them in studying the power consumption table and interpreting the graph.   The aim of this activity is for your learners to know how to use electrical appliances wisely. 3. Enumeration   Let the learners list down some possible combinations of appliances that can be plugged-in to a #18 flat cord extension. 4. Using of Tools and Materials (Hands  –  ON)   Let your learners do the activity on using tools and materials with electricity. 5. Group Sharing   After the activity in using electrical tools and materials, ask the learners to answer the questions related to this activity to know their insights while doing this task. This can be done either an oral or written exercise.  4 6. Group Dynamics    Have a group activity about tying the underwriter’s knot.  After the group discussion, ask them to perform the activity using the procedures in the LM and prepare a sample project plan. 7. Essay Writing   Guide the learners in answering the suggested activity as a follow up to the previous activity. 8. Lamp Shade Assembly Discussion   Discuss the lesson on the assembly of a lamp shade.   Let your students discuss the three major functions of the lampshade. Essay Writing   Instruct them to make an essay about the most practical and convenient type of lamp shade to be used. 9. Electrical Symbols Discussion   Discuss the common electrical signs and symbols.   Guide the learners in answering the suggested activity about common electrical symbols. Drawing   Ask them to draw the electrical symbols in an Oslo paper 10 . Electrical Circuit Discussion   Discuss the electrical circuit. Show a mock-up   Show the parts of the electrical circuit.   Also, discuss the different types of diagrams a. Schematic diagram b. Pictorial diagram c. Block diagram Performance Test   Prepare a mock-up consisting of the different parts of an electrical circuit. Each part has two terminals for positive and negative polarities. Your learners will connect the mock  –  up. Using the schematic diagram.   Make sure your mock-up can be used to perform the series and parallel circuits. 11. Water Heater Discussion   Discuss with the learners the process of assembling a water heater. Include in the discussion the parts and tools that will be used. Group Activity   Group the learners into teams and assign a leader. Ensure that the learners understand the safety reminders to be followed in relation to assembling a water heater. 12. Soldering Techniques Demo  –  Teaching   Discuss the lesson about soldering techniques. In discussing this lesson provide an actual soldering iron and perform the techniques in soldering. Group Activity   Group the learners into teams and assign a leader. Ensure that the learners understand the safety reminders
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