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Competency : Describe the circulatory system and its major parts. I. ENGAGE A.

Review What are the different science processes ? What is a cell ? B. Motivation ( Teacher will show a picture of a delivery truck and a garbage truck )

Describe each picture What is the main function of delivery truck ? _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ __What is the main function of the garbage truck ? _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ __

C. Pre Laboratory Activities 1. Preparation of materials 2. Setting Standards

3. Unlocking of Difficulties Circulation deliver food nutrients body waste 4. Discussion about the circulatory system II. EXPLORE A. Activity Proper • • • • III . EXPLAIN A. Post laboratory Activities 1. Reporting

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Let the pupils utilize the worksheet entitled Circulatory System : Function and its parts The activity must be performed in a big space. Work in a team of three (8). Observe and facilitate closely how the pupils do the activity cooperatively.

2. Discussion, Analysis and Interpretation of Data. Guide Question What is circulatory system ? What are the different parts of the circulatory system ? What are the function of each part ? B. Generalization What is circulatory system ? What are the different parts of the circulatory system ? IV. EXTEND A. Application

What will happen if one part of circulatory system will be removed ?

V. EVALUATE Complete the concept map :

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VI. ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES Study the function of the parts of circulatory system.

ACTIVITY WORKSHEET I.Objective : Describe the circulatory system and its major parts. . Blue color represents deoxygenated blood or blood with less oxygen and carbon dioxide. Circulatory System Study the illustration Note : Red color represents oxygenated blood or blood with oxygen.

____________________________________________.II. Guide Questions : What is circulatory system ? _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ __ What are the different parts of the circulatory system ? _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ __ What are the function of each part ? _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ __ V. Conclusion What is circulatory system ? What are the different parts of the circulatory system ? VI.) 1. 2. ____________________________________________. Application . III. Hypothesis _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ IV. Questions ( Try to make relevant questions based from your observation.

5. 6. made 2. Test Yourself Complete the concept map : CIRCULATORY SYSTEM is of 1. FunctionFunction 6. Function 4. up 3. .What will happen if one part of circulatory system will be removed ?Why ? _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ __ VII .

What will happen if our body will not receive oxygen ?Why ? _______________________________________________________________________ Competency : Explain the function of the circulatory system I.... Motivation The teacher will show an illustration of circulatory system.VI. . Review What is circulatory system ? What are the different parts of the circulatory system ? B.. Investigate more ... ENGAGE A.

Work in a team of eight (8). . Have a discussion about the function of the circulatory system II. Preparation of materials 2. Pre Laboratory Activities 1. Activity Proper • • • Let the pupils utilize the worksheet entitled Circulatory System : The activity must be performed in a big space. EXPLORE B.Describe It ______________________________________ Label the parts of circulatory system C. Setting Standard 3.

Analysis and Interpretation of Data. ______2. Generalization What are the functions of the circulatory system ? IV. Circulatory system is like a garbage truck because it removes body waste. ______4. Guide Question What are the functions of the circulatory system ? B. Our body needs carbon dioxide. ______3. EVALUATE Write T if the statement is true and F if false. The pupils must be able to fill -up the tabular data and answer the guided questions. ______1.• • Observe and facilitate closely how the pupils do the activity cooperatively. Post laboratory Activities Reporting Discussion. EXTEND Why is cigarette smoking not good to our body ? V. . EXPLAIN A. Circulatory system fight bacteria. III . Cells need oxygen.

VI. this is especially important in warm blooded animals like humans. Circulatory system is the transport system of our body . ENRICHMENT Why should we take good care of our circulatory system ? Objective : Describe the circulatory system and its major parts. o Transport wastes from cells to organs that play the role of eliminating them. This system is also responsible in fighting infections and depend our body against foreign organisms. o Transport nutrients like glucose. It regulates body temperature . oxygen and other substances to billion of cells in our body. o It contains cells that fight infections and defend against foreign bodies. ACTIVITY WORKSHEET I. ______8. Cigarette smoking is good for all of us. Air pollution make us sick . o It helps in blood clotting .______5. ______6. It also helps maintain body temperatures and helps in blood clotting. o Helps maintain the body temperature. Reading of Text Circulatory System : Function and its parts Circulatory system is the system of our body that takes care of carrying food nutrients and oxygen to the cells. It carries food nutrient . These wastes are given off by the cells when they use food and oxygen. To sum up the functions of the circulatory system are : o Transport gases. It also collects the wastes from the cells and carries them away . It helps in blood clotting. ______7. like oxygen from the lungs to cells around the body and carbon dioxide from the cells to the lungs.

III. ____________________________________________. Guide Question What are the functions of the circulatory system ? 1. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ __ 2. Hypothesis _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ IV. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ _ .II. Questions ( Try to make relevant questions based from your observation. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ __ 4. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ __ 3.) 3. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ __ 5. 4. ____________________________________________.

V. ______2. Enrichment Why should we take good care of our circulatory system ? . Conclusion What are the functions of the circulatory system ? IV Application : Why is cigarette smoking not good to our body ? V. VI. Air pollution make us sick . ______7. ______1. Circulatory system is like a garbage truck because it removes body waste. ______3. ______5. It regulates body temperature . Test your self Write T if the statement is true and F if false. Our body needs carbon dioxide. Cigarette smoking is good for all of us. Circulatory system fight bacteria. ______8. ______4. ______6. Cells need oxygen. It helps in blood clotting.

Observation Compare the two pictures. ACTIVITY WORKSHEET # 3 CIRCULATORY. Questions ( Try to make relevant questions based from your observation. IV. Experiment ( This activity can be performed inside the classroom. ____________________________________________. . II. respiratory and urinary system. ____________________________________________.) A.Objective: Relate the function of the circulatory system to those of the digestive. AND URINARY: UNITED AS ONE FOR A HEALTHY BODY I.) 5. 6. Materials: Two pupils with opposite physical characteristics. RESPIRATORY. DIGESTIVE. Hypothesis _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ III.

The urinary system ___________________________. Write your observation on the table below. 4. urinary . Guide Question: What are the needs of our body to become healthy? ______________________________________________________________ How do the foods and oxygen reach the different parts of the body?___________________________________________________________ How do our body get rid of waste? _______________________________________________________________ What are the system of the body that supplies food and oxygen to our body? _________________________________________________________________ _ How do the digestive. Compare the two. 3. Conclusion The digestive system provides ___________________. Let the two pupils stand in front of the class. Pupil A Pupil B C. The respiratory system provides _________________. Give the Characteristics of each pupils. . Procedure: 1. 2.B.respiratory and circulatory system work and coordinate with each other to keep our body strong and healthy? V. Application Look at the picture of the girl . The circulatory system _________________________.What does the girl do? How does the food and the oxygen she breathe in are supplied to the different parts of her body? How does the waste that her body produced get rid from her body? VI.

Test Yourself Study the diagram. . Investigate More How do the different system of the body: respiratory system.VII. VIII. respiratory system. Explain how the function of the digestive system. and urinary system is related to the function of the circulatory system. urinary system and circulatory system coordinate with each other in order to keep our body healthy and strong. digestive system.

Skeletal System 2. respiratory and urinary system. Urinary Sysem 3. respiratory and urinary system. a. b. B. Digestive System 4. c. 1.Objective: A. Respiratory System B. Competency: Relate the function of the circulatory system to those of the digestive. Excretes urine and urea from the body Provides oxygen to all parts of the body Gets rid of waste produced by the body. Provide food and energy to all parts of the body Serve as the framework of the body. What . e. Review Match the system with its function. A. Excretory System 5. Motivation Compare the two pictures. I.3 Relate the function of the circulatory system to those of the digestive. Engage A. Format B. d.

Analysis and Interpretation of Data Guide Question What are the needs of our body to become healthy? How do the foods and oxygen reach the different parts of the body? How do our body get rid of waste? What are the system of the body that supplies food and oxygen to our body? How do the digestive. Post Laboratory Activities 1. respiratory system. Discussion of Precautionary measures 4. Unlocking of Difficulties – urinary system. Explore A. Preparation of Materials 2. III. work and coordinate with the circulatory system to keep our body strong and healthy? (Explain) IV. digestive system II.  The pupil must be able to fill up the tabular data and answer the guided questions.respiratory and circulatory system work and coordinate with each other to keep our body strong and healthy? B. Extend A. respiratory system. circulatory system. digestive system. Application Look at the picture of the girl . Explain A. Digestive.  Work in a team of Five (5)  Observe and facilitate closely how the pupils do the experiment cooperatively.are the characteristic of the girl in the first picture? How about the girl in the second picture? What are the needs of our body to become healthy and strong? C.What does the girl do? How does the food and the oxygen she breathe in are supplied to the different . Discussion. urinary . Pre Laboratory Activities 1. Setting Standards 3. Reporting 2. Respiratory and Urinary : United as One for a Healthy Body”  This activity can be performed inside the classroom. Generalization How do urinary system. Activity Proper  Let the pupils utilize the activity worksheet # 3 entitled “Circulatory.

parts of her body? How does the waste that her body produced get rid from her body? V. Evaluate Study the diagram. Enrichment Activities . Explain how the function of the digestive system. and urinary system is related to the function of the circulatory system. VI. respiratory system.

atrium. Unlocking of Difficulties – heart.How do the different system of the body: respiratory system. chambers II. Activity Proper Let the pupil utilize the activity worksheet # entitled “HEART AND ITS MAJOR PARTS” Work in a team of four (4) Observe and facilitate closely how the pupils do the experiment cooperatively The pupils must be able to fill-up the tabular data and answer the guided questions. digestive system. valve. Discussion of precautionary measures 4. Preparation of Materials 2. urinary system and circulatory system coordinate with each other in order to keep our body healthy and strong. Motivation Do you want to know that the hearth beats all the time? Why does it keep on beating? C. COMPETENCY: Identify the work of the hearth and its major parts. Review What is circulatory system? What are the parts of the circulatory system? B. III. ENGAGE A. I. EXPLORE A. septum. ventricles. EXPLAIN . Pre Laboratory Activities 1. Setting Standards 3.

Application What will happen to a person to a person if the heart stops from pumping or when its pumping shows down? V. Analysis and Interpretation of Da Guide Question: What are the parts of the heart? What are the functions of each part? What are the chambers of the heart? What do you call the receiving chamber of the heart? What do you call the pumping chambers of the heart? B. The heart has two parts separated by the septum. . IV. EVALUATE Directions: Write TRUE if the statement tells the work of the heart and functions of its parts. 1. 2. 4. Generalization What are the work of the heart and the functions of its major parts? Possible answer: The heart is the pumping organ of the body. The heart pumps blood even when a person sleeps. The deoxygenated blood from different parts of the body enters the heart through the right atrium. 5. Reporting 2. Stress and problems will keep the heart in a healthy condition. EXTEND A. Discussion. The right chamber which consists of the right atrium and the right ventricle and the left chambers which consists of the left atrium and left ventricle. write FALSE. The valve separates each atrium from the ventricles. Post Laboratory Activities 1. The valves of the heart prevents the mixing and backflow of blood.A. 3. If it is not. The ventricles are the receiving chambers of the heart.

OBSERVATION: Look at the picture. QUESTIONS: . Do you know the functions of the heart and its major parts? II.VI. I. ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES Draw and label the parts of the heart. ACTIVITY WORKSHEET # ____ “HEART AND ITS MAJOR PARTS” OBJECTIVE| : Identify the work of the heart and its major parts.

__________________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________________ III. Examine the heart model 4. Procedure 1. 3. HYPOTHESIS: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _________________ IV. Feel the beating of the heart. Label the different parts of the heart using the words in the box Right atrium Right ventricle Atrium Septum Valve Left Left . EXPERIMENT A. Materials Model of a heart B. Place your hand where the heart is located 2.1.

APPLICATION: What will happen to a person to a person if the heart stops from pumping or when its pumping shows down? . 1. Tabular Data Complete the table below. Guide Questions: What are the parts of the heart? What are the functions of each part? What are the chambers of the heart? What do you call the receiving chamber of the heart? What do you call the pumping chambers of the heart? IV. PARTS OF THE HEART FUNCTIONS C2.C. CONCLUSION _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ VI. Result C.

The heart pumps blood even when a person sleeps. TEST YOURSELF Directions: Write TRUE if the statement tells the work of the heart and functions of its parts. 1. 2. If it is not. The valves of the heart prevents the mixing and backflow of blood. . 4. The ventricles are the receiving chambers of the heart. VII. write FALSE. The deoxygenated blood from different parts of the body enters the heart through the right atrium. INVESTIGATE MORE Draw and label the parts of the heart. Stress and problems will keep the heart in a healthy condition. 3.VI. 5.

Tell something about the picture. . OBSERVATION: Study the illustration below.ACTIVITY WORKSHEET # 8 WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE BLOOD? OBJECTIVE: Identify the parts of the parts of the blood I.

QUESTIONS: (Try to make relevant questions based from the observations) 1. EXPERIMENT ._______________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ II.______________________________________________________________________ 2.______________________________________________________________________ III. HYPOTHESIS ________________________________________________________________________ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IV.

3. Examine it under a microscope A Compound microscope microscope C. How does your blood look like as you see it with your naked eyes? 2 .A. Let a drop of blood flow on the glass slide then wipe the pricked finger with cotton ball with alcohol. Cover the blood sample with cover slip. Materials microscope cover slip cotton alcohol needle glass slide with B. 2. 5.2 Guide Questions: 1. Have you seen solid and liquid particles in the blood? What are these particles? V. Wipe the needle with cotton dipped in alcohol. CONCLUSION .1 Fill up the graphic organizer Blood observed under a C. Procedure 1.How does it appear when seen under the microscope? 3. Let others do it for you if you’re afraid to do with yourself. Wipe the tip of your middle finger then prick it with the needle. 4. Results C.

Know your blood type and to which type can you donate blood? receive blood? Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region IV-A CALABARZON Division of Batangas City Batangas City .The human blood is a red fluid made of solid and liquid parts. INVESTIGATE MORE…… 1. What are the different blood types? 2. After a few seconds. ___________________ . TEST YOURSELF Identify the following and write your answer in the blank.the soldiers of the body 3.carry oxygen and carbon dioxide 4.the liquid part of the blood VII.gives red color to the blood 5. ___________________ . APPLICATION Lina has a big wound. _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ ___ VI. ___________________ . ___________________ . 1. it stops bleeding Can you tell why? VII. ___________________.known as” the river of life” 2.

III. Observe and facilitate closely how pupils do the experiment cooperatively. Preparation of materials 2. This activity must be performed inside the classroom . . Discussion and precautionary measures EXPLORE A. Let the pupils utilize the activity worksheet entitled “What are the different parts of the blood?” . B. Motivation Have you accidentally cut yourself with a sharp object and blood flowed out of it? Can you describe the blood? C. The pupils must be able to fill-up the graphic organizer and answer the guided questions. EXPLAIN II. Setting of standards 3. . Activity proper .Review Write the name of the parts of the circulatory system as indicated by each arrow. Work in a team of four (4) .COMPETENCY: Identify the parts of the blood I. Pre laboratory Activities 1. ENGAGE A.

Discussion and Analysis and Interpretation of Data: Guide Question: How does your blood look like as you see it with your naked eyes? B.A. The plasma is the liquid part of the blood . EXTEND A. Reporting 2. V. Post laboratory Activities 1. VI.The solid parts comprises of the red blood cells (RBC) and the white blood cells (WBC) and the platelets. Application What will happen to a person when blood stopped circulating in the body? EVALUATE ENRICH Why people die if they lose too much red blood cells? .) IV. .Generalization What are the parts of the blood? (Possible answer: The human blood is a red fluid made of solid and liquid parts .

Heterogeneous Mixture _________________________ ___________________________ _________________________ ___________________________ _________________________ __________________________ . Give examples of the following: a. Homogeneous Mixture b. ENRICHMENT ACTIVITY Differentiate homogeneous mixture from heterogeneous mixture.VII.