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Tuesay Science V-Iron I. II.

9:50 10:50

July 2,2013

Construct a model to demonstrate the mechanism of breathing A. The Respiratory system B. Science Idea : A lung model enables you to understand the mechanism of breathing better C. Science Processes : describing , demonstrating, inferring D. Materials : Clear plastic , cylindrical bottle , plastic , Y tube , modeling clay , small ice candy bag , big rubber balloon , rubber band , adhesive tape , scissors , screw driver E. References : BEC V , I 4.2 Into the Future : Science and Health 5 , pp. 22-23 F. Values : Resourcefulness and self-awareness

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Procedure: A. Review : What are the parts of the respiratory system? Describe the function of each B. Lesson Proper : 1. Motivation You have learned about the different organs of the respiratory system. Do you want to have a clear view of the different parts thru a model and how your respiratory organs work? 2. Presentation : To understand the mechanism of breathing , let us construct a lung model 3. Developmental activities a. Distribute the activity chart b. Each group prepare their materials for the construction of a lung model 4. Activity Proper Pupils will work on their activity to construct a lung model based on the steps indicated in the activity chart. 5. Post activity Discussion : a. Record the answer to the question on the board b. Explain briefly the process involved using the lung chest model 6. Generalization: What happens when you push the balloon? Pull the balloon? How do these movements affect the plastic bag? 7. Application : When one suffers from asthma or a fractured rib , is the breathing affected? How? Why?

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Evaluation : Explain briefly the mechanism of breathing using the lung , chest model have constructed. Write your explanation in one sentence. Assignment : Using your lung-chest model , trace the path of air as it moves in the different parts of the respiratory system.

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Wednesday Science V-Iron I. II. 9:50 10:50

July 3,2013

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Infer that some common ailments of the respiratory system are caused by pollution, smoking or inhaling drugs. A. Common ailments of the respiratory system B.Science Ideas : The different organs of the respiratory system are susceptible to ailments such as common colds, sore throat , emphysema and bronchitis Discomforts brought about by these ailments can be relieved by rest , medication or intake of fluids. C. Science Processes : observing , describing D. Materials : chart E. References : BEC V 1.5.5.1.5.2 Into the Future : Science and Health 5 Tx. Pp. 25-27 F. Values : Health Awareness A. Review Trace the path of air and what happens to it in the different parts of the respiratory system B. Lesson Proper : 1. Motivation : Have you ever been sick with respiratory ailments? How about the other members of you family? Can you name some of these ailments? Do you know how to treat these diseases? 2. Presentation : I want you to be familiar with the different ailments of the respiratory system as well as its causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment. Youll know more of these in our lesson today. 3. Development of the lesson : a. Present the table to the class b. Discussion : 1. Vocabulary development : symptoms, prevention , treatment 2. What causes some of the common ailments of the respiratory system? 3. Explain the cause/s , symptoms, prevention and treatment of each of the common ailments of the respiratory system 4. Generalization What are the common ailments affecting the respiratory system? Describe the causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment of these ailments. How can you be relieved of the discomforts brought about by these ailment. 5. Application : You are sick of fever or one another of your family is sick of fever, what you do to relieve him/her of the ailment?

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Evaluation : DIRECTION : Choose the letter of the best answer. 1. Most of the ailments of the respiratory system are caused by _______. a. Lack of rest and sleep c. bacteria and virus b. Not eating a balanced diet d. allergies 2. An ailment which is caused by allergy to drugs or substances which trigger allergic reactions. a. Bronchitis c. emphysema b. Tonsillitis d. asthma 3. The symptoms of this ailment is shortness of breath , distended chest coughing with phlegm. a. Emphysema c. pneumonia b. Asthma d. bronchitis 4. ______ is an ailment which can be treated by gargling with warm water avoiding talking too much. a. Pulmonary tuberculosis c. throat infection b. Common colds d. tonsillitis 5. Discomforts brought about by ailments can be relieved by ________. I. Rest II. Medication III. Intake of liquids a. I b. II c. III d. I,II,III

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Assignment : Bring to the class tomorrow cardboards for your placards/flash cards or cigarette box , pentel pen , sticks and thumb tacks

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Thursday Science V-Iron I. II. 9:50 10:50

July 4,2013

Practice good health habits to keep the respiratory system healthy A. Good health habits for your Respiratory system B. Science Ideas : There are different ways of keeping our respiratory system healthy such as staying in a clean environment and practicing good health habits. C. Science Process: inferring, describing , communicating D. References : BEC V,I.6.6.1 Exploring Science and Health 6 TX p. 31 E. Materials : placards, flashcards F. Values : Health awareness A. Review what are the common ailments of the respiratory system? B. Lesson Proper 1. Motivation Have you heard about the saying Health is wealth? Explain this sentence. 2. Presentation Today, lets discuss the good health habits to keep our respiratory system through a health campaign to be presented by the diff. grps. 3. Developmental Activities a. Vocabulary development : health habits b. Recall the standards to follow for being a good speaker and a great listener. c. Pupils get their activity cards. d. Activity Proper e. Post activity discussion 4. Generalization What are the good health habits that you should do to keep your respiratory system healthy? 5.Application If you live in a very dusty and smoky place near factories and busy streets. You will breathe in dust and harmful chemicals , smoke and fumes, what should you do?

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IV.Evaluation DIRECTIONS : True of False. 1. Drink eight to ten glasses of water everyday. 2. Eat a balanced diet. 3. Avoid harmful substances like smoking. 4. Take a bath everyday. 5. Engage in outdoor exercise daily.

V.Asssignment: Interview your mother. Ask her how she takes care of you when you are sick of fever.

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Friday Science V-Iron 9:50 10:50

July 5,2013

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Answer test question with 75% mastery level. Weekly test A. Reading the guidelines in taking a test B. Giving the test questions C. Reading the directions D. Answering the test questions IV. Checking / Recording

Monday Science V-Iron I. II. 9:50 10:50

July 8,2013

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Describe the structure and function of the urinary system. A. Urinary System B. Science Ideas : The urinary system is composed of organs that remove waste materials from the blood stream. These organs include the kidney, urinary bladder and urethra and ureters. C. Science processes : describing , inferring , observing D. Materials : chart , picture of the urinary system E. References : BEC V 1.7.7.1 Into the Future : Science and Health 5 TX F. Values : Self-awareness A. Preparatory Activity : Word puzzle ; arrange the jumbled letters into a correct word which has a meaning given opposite it. Enos where carbon dioxide exhaled Arlge estiesnint- where solid waste passes Insk where perspiration gets out of the body Yendik helsp getting rid of dirty water from the body B. Lesson Proper : 1. Motivation You learned in your lesson on digestive system that a part of the food taken by the body ends up as waste. You also learned that the carbon dioxide that you exhale is also a waste product. Do you know that the dirty water in your body is also a waste? 2. Presentation : Today , youll learn how this dirty water be excreted from your body through the urinary system. 3. Developmental Activity: a. vocabulary development : urine b. leaders get their activity chart. c. activity proper d. post activity Discussion : recording / reporting of answers to questions in the activity charts. 4. Generalization: Describe the structure of the urinary system? What is the function of the urinary system? What are the different major parts of the urinary system? 5.Application : During the night time you feel urinating. But you are afraid to get up and urinate because it is very dark. Is it advisable for you to wait until morning to urinate? Why?

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Evaluation Direction : Fill in the blank correct answer. 1. ______ is composed of organs that remove waste materials from the blood stream. 2. ______ is the organ of the urinary system where urine is found. 3. ______ is a muscular structure found in the lower abdomen which temporarily holds the urine. 4. _____ is a muscular tube which carries off urine from the bladder. 5. _____ is another muscular tube which carries waste from the kidney to the bladder. Assignment Interview a health worker, nurse or doctor on how urine is formed and eliminated from the body.

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