Divine Child Academy

P.Panganiban St. Batangas City

Syllabus in Science IV
The Human Body System
(First Quarter)

The transformation of the Philippine Education System brought about by economic and modern era is a challenge not only to the government but to the teachers and students
as well. Learners should develop the 21
st
Century Skills as primary goal of the K-12 Curriculum.
The Science IV subject designed for Grade – IV pupils offers various ways of constructing and understanding of science and health concepts, developing the skills for scientific
inquiry, solving problems, communicating scientific ideas and results for making informed decisions, and developing attitudes and values that would benefit themselves, society
and the environment.
At the end of the quarter, the learner is expected to develop functional understanding and application of Science and Health concepts, basic and integrated process/life skills
and acquire values, attitudes and practices related to the Body Systems and how to take care of it.


Unit 1 – The Skeletal System Number of Days – 9 days
Content Standards

 Demonstrate understanding that organs have related functions and work
together to from organ system
 Explain how the Skeletal System works
 Explain how the Skeletal System gives the body form, shape and support
 Describe disorders and injuries related to Skeletal System
Performance Standards

 Demonstrate knowledge of the Skeletal System by doing activities that show
the different movements of the Skeletal System
 Practice healthful habits to maintain proper functioning of the Skeletal System.

Lesson Title/ Focus Key Understanding
and Questions
Knowledge Skills/21
st
Century
Skills
Points of
Integration
Teaching Strategies
Instruction
Assessment
Strategies
Resources
Lesson 1
Structure and
Functions of the
Skeletal System
Understanding
Bones are group
according to their
functions.
Main groups that
make up the
skeletal system.

Explain how the
Skeletal System.
(Communication
and collaboration
Science and Music
Bones Song by
Miley Cyrus

Quick Talk

Experimental
Activity
Spider Map

Journal Writing

Worktext, charts,
pictures, skeleton
models, real
objects, internet,
Number of Days: 7
days

Lesson Focus:
Main groups of the
Skeletal System
-axial skeleton
-appendicular
skeleton
Functions of the
different bones
Kinds of Joints
-ball-and-socket
joints
-hinge joints
-pivot joints
-fixed or
immovable joints

The Skeletal System
provides support
and protection of
the vital organs.

Joints connect
different bones and
allow them to
move.

KQ:
How is the skeletal
system related to
the systems of the
body?

How the skeletal
system does help
us in our daily
activities?

How are the joints
related to the
bones?





The functions of
the different bones
of the body.

Different kinds of
joints that allow
different
movements.

Vocabulary words:
Cervical vertebrae,
thoracic vertebrae,
lumbar vertebrae,
sacral vertebrae,
coccyx vertebrae,
thoracic basket,
humerus,
phalanges, phalanx,
femur, tibia
skills)

Synthesize and
make connection
between the
information about
bones and their
corresponding
group (Critical
thinking and
problem solving)

Identify the main
parts of the skeletal
system

Use deductive
reasoning to
describe the
movements
allowed by the
different types of
joints (Critical
thinking and
problem solving)

Use internet to
research, evaluate,
and communicate
the different
changes that took
place in bones as
one grow older
(Media Literacy)












Science and Music
“Ten Bones” with
the tune of “Ten
Little Indians”
Collaborative
Activity

Rotational Activity

Demonstration
Activity





KWL

Collaborative
Activity

Film Viewing

Research Through
Internet



Muddiest Point

Size Up








Listen – Think- Pair-
Share

Oral Activity

Quick Talk

Size Up
CD and CD player.


Lesson 2
Disorders of the
Skeletal System

Number of Days
2 days

Lesson Focus

Disorder /Injuries
of the Skeletal
System

Maintaining a
healthy skeletal
system

First-aid Procedures
KU
Proper nutrition
and exercise are
needed to maintain
healthy bones.

Awareness of the
different disorders
of the skeletal
system may
decrease the
chances of
acquiring them.

Awareness of the
difeerent injuries
that normally occur
on bones can allow
you to know when
and which first aid
can be applied.

KQ
How do you keep
your bones
healthy?
How can we
prevent ourselves
from getting bone
diseases?
How do we know
when and where to
administer first aid?

Common
disorders/injuries
of the bone, their
causes and cures

Various practices to
maintain a healthy
skeletal system

First-aid procedures
for common bone
fracture

Vocabulary words:
Hunchback,
deformities,
deficiency, benign,
malignant, femur,
tibia, splint,
menopause,
estrogen
Sustain a healthy
body by practicing
proper care of the
skeletal system
(Initiative and self
direction)

Use communication
on how to inform
others on how to
take proper care of
the bones
(Communication
and Collaboration)

Identify common
injuries of the
skeletal system

Demonstrate fist
aid for bone
injuries (Flexibility
and Adaptability)

Demonstrate
originality and
inventiveness in
applying first aid
and understand
that there are
injuries where first
aid is not applicable
(Creativity and
Innovation)
Science and
Medicine:
Finding Cure for
Osteoporosis
Film Viewing

Experimental
Activity

Oral Activity

Collaborative
Activity

Role-Playing

Checklist
Completion

Team Insisde-
Outside Circle

Minute Papers

Reciprocal Teaching

Size Up

Performance Task
using GRASPS

Worktext, charts,
pictures, skeleton
models, real
objects, internet,
CD and CD player.
Unit 2 – The Muscular System Number of Days – 6 Days
Content Standards
 Demonstrate understanding on the structure and functional relationship of the
different body systems and proper ways to keep the body healthy
 Explain how the different types/kinds of muscles work
 Explain how the muscular system works with the skeletal system to help the
body moves
 Describe diseases/disorders and injuries related to muscular system
Performance Standards
Demonstrate knowledge of the muscular system by doing activities that show the use
of the different muscle cells
Practice healthful habits to maintain proper functioning of the muscular system
Design health advisory or poster campaign that will provide information on how diet
and lifestyle affect the muscular system.

Lesson Title/
Focus
Key Understanding
and Questions
Knowledge Skills/21
st
Century
Skills
Points of
Integration
Teaching Strategies
Instruction
Assessment
Strategies
Resources
Lesson 1
Structures and
Functions of the
Muscular System

Number of Days
4 days

Lesson Focus

Functions of the
muscles

Kinds of muscles

Parts of the
Muscular System

Importance of
Muscles
KU
The coordinated
function of the
muscular system
allows movement of
the body.

The kind of muscle
determines the work
/function it
performs.

Then different parts
of the muscular
system help move
various parts of the
body.

Muscle makes the
body move.

KQ
How does
movement possible?
Functions of
muscles

Different kinds of
muscles

Major parts of the
muscular system

Importance of
muscles

Vocabulary words:
Cardiac muscles,
biceps, triceps
Analyze how the
different muscles
interact with each
other to make the
body move (Critical
Thinking and
Problem Solving)

Identify the major
part of the
muscular system
Explain how the
muscular system
works
Describe how the
muscles give form
and shape to the
body
Describe how some
muscles are
attached to the
bones
Explain how the
skeletal and
Science and
Technology;
Hydrogels as
Polymers for
Humans
Chunking

Experimental
Activity

Mirror…Mirror

Collaborative
Activity

Simple Graphic
Organizer

Bullet Notes

Investigate Activity

Concept mapping

Film Viewing
Frayers Diagram
and variation

Jumbled Summary

Team Chants

Sentence
Completion

Size Up
Worktext, charts,
pictures, muscular
system models, real
objects, internet,
CD and CD player
Why are muscles
important to the
body?

Why do we have
different types of
muscles?

How does the
muscle make the
body move?
muscular system is
related to each
other.

Lesson 2
Disorder of the
Muscular System

Number of Days
2 days

Lesson Focus:
Muscle
disorders/injuries

Practices to
maintain a healthy
muscular system

Famous people
with disability
KU
Knowledge of the
different disorders
of the muscles will
help lessen chances
of acquiring them

Proper nutrition and
exercise are needed
to maintain a
healthy body.

Knowledge of the
different injuries
that usually occur on
muscles can allow
you to administer
proper first aid
during an accident.

Some people with
disabilities gain
acknowledgement
Common
disorders/injuries
of the muscles,
their causes and
cures

Various practices to
maintain a healthy
muscular system

Famous people
with disabilities

Vocabulary words:
Gastronomies,
hamstrings,
quadriceps, spasm,
dehydration,
electrolyte
Practice proper
care of the
Muscular System

Identify common
injuries of the
muscular system

Demonstrate first
aid for muscle
injuries

Demonstrate
concern and
kindness towards
person with
disabilities (Social
and Cross-Cultural
Skills)
Science and Social
Studies:
Famous Personality
who are Physically
Challenged

Science and Health
10 ways to gain
muscles
Riddle…Riddle

Posture Test

Experiential
Activities

Stretching Activity

Film Viewing

Concept Mapping

Puppet Storytelling

Song parody

Let’s Exercise

Role-Playing

Acrostics

Mirroring

Size Up

Performance Task
using GRASPS

Worktext, charts,
pictures, muscular
system models, real
objects, internet,
CD and CD player
by excelling in other
skills.
KQ
How do you keep
your body healthy?

How do we prevent
getting muscle
disorders?

How do we know
when and where to
apply first aid?

How should we treat
people with
disabilities?
Unit 3 - Digestive System Number of Days – 8 days
Content Standards
Demonstrate understanding on the structure and functional relationship of the
different body systems and proper ways to keep the body healthy

Explain what are the different processes involved in the digestive system

Demonstrate understanding of the organs of the Digestive System involving ingestion,
absorption ,and excretion

Describe common ailments of the digestive system and ways to take care of it
Performance Standards
Demonstrate knowledge of the Digestive System by doing activities that show the use
of different digestive organs

Practice healthful habits to maintain proper functioning of the major parts of the
digestive system

Engage in practices that promote proper functioning of the major parts of the Digestive
System

Demonstrate the application of the acquired knowledge by creating an action plan
through interviews
Lesson Title/ Focus Key Understanding
and Questions
Knowledge Skills/21
st
Century
Skills
Points of
Integration
Teaching Strategies
Instruction
Assessment
Strategies
Resources
Lesson 1
Structure and
KU
The digestive
Different parts of
the digestive
Explain how the
digestive system
Science and
Literacy
Unscrambled
letters
Concept Mapping

Worktext, charts,
pictures, real
Functions of the
Digestive System

Number of Days
4 days

Lesson Focus
Parts of the
digestive system

Function of the
different types of
Digestive System

Pathway of food







KQ
Digestive system
fails to function?

Why do we have
different organs for
digestion?
Why should it
follow a certain
path/process?


system supplies the
body with needed
energy to do its
activity.

The different parts
of the digestive
system work
interdependently
with each other.

Each part of the
digestive system
plays an important
part in the
digestion process.

The organs of the
digestive system
work sequentially
during digestion.

KQ
How is the
digestive system
important to our
body?

How do parts of the
digestive system
function?

What will happen if
one part of the
system

Functions of the
different parts of
the digestive
system

Pathway of food
through the
digestive system

Vocabulary words:
Saliva, gastric juice,
pancreatic juice,
bile, intestinal juice,
enzymes, digestion,
peristalsis, pepsin,
feces, defecation
















works

Describe the main
parts of the
digestive
system(mouth,
esophagus,
stomach, small
intestine, large
intestine)

Describe the
function of each
part

Trace the path of
the food in the
digestive tract and
describe what
happens to the
food as it passes to
each part

Understand both
how and why food
must travel in
sequential pattern
through the
digestive system
(media literacy)




“The Journey of Mr.
Food”




Science and
Medicine:
Cleansing the
Digestive Tract

























Experiential Activity

Mystery box

Loop Modeling

Investigate Activity

Film Viewing

Role-Playing























Sentence
Completion

Home-Based
Research Activity

Values Voting


























objects, internet,
CD and CD player
































Lesson 2
Disorders of the
Digestive System

Number of Days
4 days

Lesson Focus
Ailments and
Disorders of the
Digestive System

Care for the
digestive system
KU
Knowledge of the
different disorders
of the digestive
system will help
lessen chances of
acquiring them.
A proper diet can
help maintain the
digestive system
healthy.
KQ
How can we
prevent ourselves
from getting
Digestive system
ailments?
How can we make
the best choice to
maximize our
health, energy and
nutrition?
Common ailments
and disorders of
the digestive
system

Care for the
digestive system

Vocabulary words:
stools, dyspepsia,
tapeworm,
malnourish



Describe common
ailments of the
digestive system
and its prevention

Maintain a healthy
body by practicing
a healthy habits
related to the
digestive system
(e.g. proper
washing of hands
with soap and
water before and
after eating and
using the toilet,
chewing the food
properly)*initiative
and self-direction

Science and
Medicine:
Testing the
Digestive System
Rotational
Cooperative Graffiti

Picture puzzle

Experiential
Activity: LOOPING

Collaborative
Activity

Resource Speaker

Listen – Think –
Group – Share

Fil-Viewing

Dramatization

Culinary Chef
Recipe

Herbal Dish Garden

Healthy Body
Contract

Health LOGO

My Personal
Checklist

Size – Up

Performance Task
using GRASPS
Worktext, charts,
pictures, Digestive
System Pictures,
real objects, School
Nurse or Doctor,
laptop, movie clip,
LCD Projector

Grading System to be used is the Cumulative Computation as prescribed by the Department of Education for RBEC until the K-12 reaches the Grade level offered.
Periodical Test – 15 %
Quizzes – 15 %
Participation – 20 %
Assignment – 5 %
Experiments – 15 %
Outputs – 10 % Prepared by:
Projects – 10 % ________________________
100 % MARK GLENN PASCO CELIS

Divine Child Academy
P.Panganiban St. Batangas City

Syllabus in Science IV
The World of Plants and Animals
(Second Quarter)

The transformation of the Philippine Education System brought about by economic and modern era is a challenge not only to the government but to the teachers and students
as well. Learners should develop the 21
st
Century Skills as primary goal of the K-12 Curriculum.
The Science IV subject designed for Grade – IV pupils offers various ways of constructing and understanding of science and health concepts, developing the skills for scientific
inquiry, solving problems, communicating scientific ideas and results for making informed decisions, and developing attitudes and values that would benefit themselves, society
and the environment.
At the end of the quarter, the learner is expected to develop functional understanding and application of Science and Health concepts on animal reproduction, life cycles,
usefulness and dangers posed by some animals to people.

Unit 4 - Animals Number of Days - 15 days
Content Standards
Demonstrate understanding that animal reproduction can be sexual or asexual
Demonstrate understanding on the different organisms through different cycles (e.g.
hen, butterfly, mosquito, fly, bee and frog)
Demonstrate understanding on the offspring that resemble their parents but are not
exactly the same
Infer which traits may have been inherited from parents
Performance Standards
Recognize which organisms multiply on their own through asexual and sexual means
Create a slogan to protect the animals especially the one that is endemic to our
country
Use the available resources found in the classroom judiciously and wisely
Treat the animals and the environment with care and sensitivity


Lesson Title/ Focus Key Understanding
and Questions
Knowledge Skills/21
st
Century
Skills
Points of
Integration
Teaching
Strategies
Instruction
Assessment
Strategies
Resources/Materials
Lesson 1
How Animals
Reproduce

Number of Days:
Reproduction is
essential for the
continuation of
species wherein
animals multiply
Sexual and asexual
reproduction of
animals
Internal and
external
Explain how
animals reproduce
Compare se4xual
and asexual
reproduction
Science and
Mathematics:
Animal’s
Development
Description Wheel

Nature walk

Picture analysis

Main Idea Web

3 – 2- 1 Exit Card


Work text
charts,
pictures
school campus
6 days
Lesson Focus
Reproduction
*Asexual
Reproduction
*Sexual
Reproduction

Fertilization
*Internal
Fertilization
*External
fertilization
Hatched from eggs
and born alive
Changes that affect
the growth and
development







and reproduce
offspring.
Animals have
varied mode of
reproduction.
Animals undergo
incubation period
as they grow and
develop.
Animals undergo
changes as they
grow in order to
protect themselves
better.
KQ
Why is production
essential among
animals?
Why are animals
born in different
ways?
How do changes
affect the growth
and development
of some animals?
fertilization
Animals hatched
from eggs and born
alive
Changes that affect
the growth and
development of
some animals
Vocabulary words:
reproduction(sexual
and asexual
reproduction,
internal and
external
fertilization,
incubation,
spawning,
placental,
marsupial,
monotremes)
Classify animals
that are hatched
from eggs and born
as baby animals
Discuss how
animals developed
from a fertilized
Interpret
information and
draw conclusion
(Critical thinking
and problem
solving)



Venn Diagram

Collaborative
Activity

Film Viewing

Investigate Activity

Cooperative
Activity


Whip Around

Size Up


(nature zone)

real objects
CD and CD Player
Movie Clip
Laptop
LCD Projector

Lesson 2
Developmental
Stages of Some
Animals

Number of Days:
4 days

Lesson Focus:
KU
Changes that occur
in different animals
during their life
cycle ensure better
survival.
Some animals
undergo changes. It
may be complete
Developmental
stages of some
animals(hen,
butterfly, mosquito,
fly, bee and frog)

Complete and
incomplete
metamorphosis
Describe the
changes that take
place as animals
grow and develop

Give examples of
inherited traits of
some animals.

Science and
Religion: Story of
Creation

Science and
Music|: Monarch
Metamorphosis
Song

Quick Talk: Make
Meaning

Story Telling: The
Creation

Collaborative
Activity

Completing Activity

Journal Entry


Size Up
Work text

Charts

Pictures

Real Objects

CD and DVD Player
Developmental
Stages
Metamorphosis
-Complete
Metamorphosis
-Incomplete
Metamorphosis
Changes in animals
as they grow







or incomplete
metamorphosis.
KQ
Why do animals
differ in their life
cycles?
Why is it essential
to know the life
cycles of these
animals?
How are the life
cycles of these
animals similar/
different?
What does a life
cycle tells us?

Changes in animals
as they grow and
develop

Vocabulary words:
life cycle (larvae,
pupa)
metamorphosis
(complete and
incomplete)


Interpret graph and
draw conclusion
based on the
analysis of
gathered data
(critical thinking
and problem
solving)

Science and Home
Economics:
Incubation of
Chicken Eggs

Events Chain Map

Bible

LCD Projector


Lesson 3
Beneficial and
Harmful Effects of
Animals

Number of Days: 5
days

Lesson Focus
Beneficial and
harmful effects

Importance of
Animals

Proper Ways of
handling animals

KQ
Animals are
essential for man’s
survival as they
provide us with a
number of benefits.

Animals have needs
that must be
addressed

Some animals are
dangerous and may
posed harm to
people

KQ
How does man
The
beneficial/harmful
effects of some
animals to people

Importance of
animals to people

Proper ways of
handling animals

Vocabulary words:
domestication,
casting, silkworms,
mosquito(Aedes
and Anopheles),
dengue fever,
malaria,
Explain the
usefulness/
benefits of some
animals to people

Infer the dangers
posed by some
animals to people

Describe the harm
animals may posed
to people (e.g. dog
bite, mosquito bite
and some diseases
spread by animals
(e.g. dengue fever,
malaria,
leptospirosis, etc.)
Science and Health:
Meet your friendly
veterinarian


Guided Imagery

Value Line

Animal Collage

Collaborative
Activity

Grocery List

Read Assist

Invited Resource
Speaker
Slogan Making

Pledge of
Commitment

Short Skit

Storytelling and
Retelling

Things in Common
Sheet

Debate

Unit Test

Performance Task
Worktext
Charts
Pictures
Real Objects
CD and VCD Player
Laptop
Resource Speaker

benefits from
animals
Why do we need to
treat animals
differently?
How do animals
cause harm to
people?
How do you keep
safe from harmful
animals?
leptospirosis, rabies Identify proper
ways of handling
animals
Practice safety
measures in
dealing with
animals
Use both deductive
and inductive
reasoning to
complete an
activity (critical
thinking and
problem solving)

using GRASPS


Unit 5 - Plants Number of Days – 20 days
Content Standard
Demonstrate understanding that plants grow and develop through natural and
artificial vegetative reproduction
Demonstrate understanding of the external parts of plants (leaves, stems, flowers,
roots and fruits) and as source of food
Demonstrate understanding that new plants may be grown from other plant parts, or
through technique such as grafting, marcotting, etc.

Performance Standard
Propagate economically important spore-bearing and cone bearing plants using various
propagation
Enumerate proper ways of caring plants used as food, medicines, and sources of
materials
Create a poster that will encourage people to help in the conservation and preservation
of plants
Lesson Title/ Focus Key Understanding
and Questions
Knowledge Skills/21
st
Century
Skills
Points of
Integration
Teaching
Strategies
Instruction
Assessment
Strategies
Resources/Materials
Lesson 1
Plants as Sources
of Food

Number of Days: 5
days

KU
Plants have basic
characteristics that
distinguish them
from other
organisms
Plants are the main
Classification of
plants:
angiosperms
(flowering plants)
and gymnosperms
(non – flowering
plants)
Classify plants
based on
distinguishing
characteristics:
flowering and non-
flowering

Science and
English: Jelly Bean
Story
Cut-It-Out

Garden Walk

Quick Draw in
Triads

Magnetic World of
Plants


Main Idea and
Detailed Notes

Work text
Charts, pictures
Real objects
Laptop
LCD, School garden

Lesson Focus
Classification

Plant parts as food

Medicinal or herbal
plants

Useful and harmful
effects of plants













source of food of
other organisms.
Plants have parts
that carry specific
functions for
development.
KQ
What are the
distinct
characteristics of
plants?
How does plant
become the main
source of food by
other organisms?
What will happen if
one plant part fails
to perform its
function?


Parts of plants that
are used as food
and other sources
of materials

Medicinal or herbal
plants

Useful and harmful
effects of plants to
people

Vocabulary words:
Classification(
angiosperms and
gymnosperms)
conifers, herbal
plants
Explain how plants
and plant parts are
used for food and
sources of
materials
Distinguish plant
parts used as
herbal medicine
Conduct simple
investigation on the
different plant
parts used as foods,
medicines, and
sources of
materials
Articulate thoughts
and ideas both oral
and non verbal
communication
skills in presenting
the parts of plants
used for food
(Communication
and Collaboration)

Collaborative
Activity

Picture Analysis
Through Round
Robin

Consequence
Mapping


Biopoems

Size Up


Lesson 2
How Plants
Develop and
Reproduce

Number of Days: 6
days

Lesson Focus:
Parts and functions
KU
Fertilization occurs
once the flower has
been pollinated.
Plants have basic
characteristics that
distinguish them
from other
organisms.
KQ
Parts and functions
of a flower
Pollination and
fertilization
Agents of
Pollination
Parts and function
of a seed
Vocabulary words:
pollination (self-
Described flower
parts involved in
pollination
Label the structures
of flowering plants
Show through a
diagram how
pollination takes
place
Observe and ask
Science and
History:
Panagbenga
Festival

Science and Music:
The Plant Part Song
A-B-C Summarize

Quick Talk

Film Viewing

Simple Graphic
Organizer

Bullet Notes
Creative Group
Presentation

Main ideas and
detail notes

Journal Entry

Work text Charts,
pictures
Real objects
Laptop
LCD, School garden,
plants
of a flower
Pollination

Fertilization

Agents of
Pollination

Parts and functions
of seed












Why is ir essential
that plants
reproduce?
What will happen if
flowers will not
undergo
fertilization
process?
How do agents of
pollination
contribute to the
pollination
process?

pollination and
cross pollination)
seeds,
monocotyledon
and dicotyledon
questions about
agents of
pollination
Describe the
process of
fertilization in
flowers leading to
the development of
fruits and seeds
Identify the parts of
a seed and infer the
functions of each
parts
Design and conduct
a simple
investigation on the
process of
pollination of
certain fruits and
seeds
Create new and
worthwhile ideas

Venn Diagram

Frame Game

Sing like Diva

Values Voting

School Garden
Checklist

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Lesson 3
Seed Germination

Number of days: 4
days

Lesson Focus:

Seed germination

Needs in
germinating seeds
KU
Seeds require
certain condition
such as air,
moisture and
temperature for
growth to happen.
Proper distribution
of seeds prevents
overcrowding and
competitions
among growing
Seed germination

Needs in
germinating seeds

Seed dispersal

Vocabulary words:
germination, seed
dispersal, seedling

Describe the
changes in
germinating seeds
Explain how the
different factors
affect seed
germination
Identify the
variables in seed
germination


Science and
Technology
Airponic

Science and Health:
Garlic Smell kills
germs
Quick Talk Pair

Jumbled Letters

Experiential
Activity

Collaborative
Activity

Film Viewing


Concept Map

3-2-1 Activity

Scrapbook of Seeds

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Work text ,Charts,
pictures
Real objects
Laptop
LCD, School garden,
seeds, pot.
Seed dispersal















plants.
KQ
How do certain
conditions affect
the growth and
development of a
germinating seed?
How can one
become an
effective agent of
seed dispersal?
Observe the
changes in
germinating seed
until the seedling
stage
Analyze and
interpret the data
gathered
Monitor, define,
prioritize and
complete activity
5.3 Seed
Germination
without direct
oversight (initiative
and self-direction)

Combination Notes

Invited Resource
Speaker: Gardener
Lesson 4
How Plants
Propagate
Asexually

Number of Days: 5
days

Lesson Focus:

Plant Reproduction
-sexual
-asexual
Plant Propagation
-Natural
-Artificial
KU
Varied
reproductive
process can
influence plant
varieties
Man plays an
important role in
the advancement
of plant variation.

KQ
How and why do
plants propagate?
How can we
improve the variety
of plants?
How does man
Plant Reproduction
(Sexual and
Asexual)

Plant propagation
(Natural and
artificial vegetative
reproduction)

Vocabulary words:
bulb, tubers,
rhizome, shoots,
runners,
marcotting,
grafting, budding,
layering, cutting,
cloning
Infer other modes
of plant
reproduction
Differentiate
natural from
vegetative
propagation
Design and conduct
a simple
investigation on
vegetative plant
reproduction
Demonstrate how
plants can be
propagated from
other plant parts:
stem cutting,
tubers, roots, leaf,
Science and
Technology and
Medicine : Plant
Cloning
Cycle Diagram

Gardening
Interview

Collaborative
Activity

Film Viewing

Simple Graphic
Organizer

Bullet Notes




Dramatization


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Unit Test

Performance Task
Using GRASPS
Charts, pictures
Real objects
Laptop
LCD, School garden,
plant seeds,
resource speaker
benefit from plant
reproduction?
bulb
Prioritize, plan, and
manage work to
achieve a
successful result in
doing Activity 5.4:
How a Potato
Propagates
Itself(Productivity
and Accountability)
Concept Mapping

Invited Resource
Speaker


Grading System to be used is the Cumulative Computation as prescribed by the Department of Education for RBEC until the K-12 reaches the Grade level offered.
Periodical Test – 15 %
Quizzes – 15 %
Participation – 20 %
Assignment – 5 %
Experiments – 15 %
Outputs – 10 %
Projects – 10 %
100 %

Prepared by:
______________________
MARK GLENN PASCO CELIS






Divine Child Academy
P.Panganiban St. Batangas City

Syllabus in Science IV
Matter and Energy
(Third Quarter)

The transformation of the Philippine Education System brought about by economic and modern era is a challenge not only to the government but to the teachers and students
as well. Learners should develop the 21
st
Century Skills as primary goal of the K-12 Curriculum.
The Science IV subject designed for Grade – IV pupils offers various ways of constructing and understanding of science and health concepts, developing the skills for scientific
inquiry, solving problems, communicating scientific ideas and results for making informed decisions, and developing attitudes and values that would benefit themselves, society
and the environment.
At the end of the quarter, the learner is expected to develop functional understanding and application of Science and Health concepts, basic and integrated processes/life skills,
and acquire values, attitudes, and practices related to matter and its properties, changes in matter, and materials and their uses.

Unit 6 - Matter Number of Days – 11 days




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