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SCIENCE AND HEALTH VI
Date: ____________ I.OBJECTIVE:
Identify the force that pulls an object from the circle
Values
:
Awareness
II.SUBJECT MATTER:
Topic
– Moving in Circles
A.
Science Concept/Idea:
Centripetal force is the real force that acts radially inward or toward the central point.
B.Science Processes:
Differentiating centripetal force from centrifugal force
C.Materials:
Mango or avocado strips, blender or egg beater
References:
Into the Future, pp. 190-192Science and Health VI pp. 185-186III.PROCEDURE:
A.Preparatory Activities:
1.
Review:
What factors cause acceleration of moving objects?
B.Developmental Activities:
1.
Motivation:
Do you know how washing machine works? It washes, rinses and spins theclothes?
Why do think this happen?2.
Presentation:
Do activity 5.4 Circular Motion in Appliances3.
Discussion/Analysis:
What kind of motion did you observe in the blender?4.
Concept Formation/Generalization:
What is the force that acts radially inward on a spinning object in a circular path?5.
Application:
Observe/imagine a ceiling fan with its blades rotating or moving in a circle. Which is thecenter of the circle? What enables the blades to continue moving in a circle than fly off?IV.EVALUATION:Choose the letter of the correct answer:1.Which home appliance demonstrates centripetal force?

a.gas stovec. washing machine b.television setd. electronic organ2.Why are some parts of the egg thrown to the sides of the bowl when the egg is being mixed?a.because of the centripetal forcec. because of the force exerted by the person b.because of the inertiad. both a and cV.ASSIGNMENT:1.What is centrifugal force?2.What is centripetal force?3.Find out how centripetal and centrifugal forces keep a satellite orbiting around earth.
Remarks:
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SCIENCE AND HEALTH VI
Date: ____________ I.OBJECTIVE:
Demonstrate how objects move in circular motion.
Values
:
II.SUBJECT MATTER:
Topic
– Moving in Circles
A.
Science Concept/Idea:
The velocity of a spinning object continuously changes because its direction is an changingall the time.
B.Science Processes:
Observing the effect of direction on the velocity of a spinning object
C.Materials:
A washer tied at one end of a band or a one-meter string
References:
Into the Future, pp. 190-192Science and Health VI pp. 185-186III.PROCEDURE:
A.Preparatory Activities:
1.
Review/Checking of ASSIGNMENT:
What is the difference between centripetal and centrifugal force?
B.Developmental Activities:
1.
Motivation:
Do you know how little David killed giant Goliath?What lesson can be derived from the story?2.
Presentation:
Do Activity 5.5 Another Force3.
Discussion/Analysis:
What happens to the velocity of the whirling washer when you shortened the string?4.
Application:
Why can the planets revolve around the sun without falling out of their orbits?IV.EVALUATION:Answer the following: _______ 1. The _________ draws object moving in a circle away from the center. _______ 2. The _________ pulls an object moving in a circle towards the center. _______ 3. Both forces are of _______ equal strength and

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