You are on page 1of 3


. Objective:
Identifies some bones that protect some internal organs through illustrations

Values: Tough and strong bones protect the human body. You must, in return, protect your bones
by regular exercise and by eating calcium-rich foods.

II. Subject Matter:
The Human Skeletal System (What do Bones Protect)

A. Science Concept/Idea:
1. The function of some bones is to protect internal organs.
2. The ribs protect the heart and the lungs
3. The skull protects the brain
4. The spinal column protect the spinal cord
5. The pelvic bones guard the kidneys and other organs of the abdomen

B. Science Processes:
Observing and communicating

C. Materials:
Enlarged pictures of the different kinds of bones and skeletal system
Materials of some internal organs needed for the lesson

Science Module IV - by Mrs. Jessie A. Villegas p. 12-15
Science and Health for Changing Environment by Mrs. Estrelita S. Dela Cruz, et. Al. pp. 9-10
Colliers Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, pp. 351-353

D. Application:
Why do we need to protect the internal organs?
What will happen if we will not take god care of our bones?

III. Learning Activities

A. Sharing Period
1. Attendance
2. Weather Report
3. Health Inspection
4. Science News

B. Drill
Teacher uses flashcard to identify parts of skeletal system

C. Review
What are the different kinds of joint? Locate it on your body.

D. Motivation
Teacher shows a building, and a house. State what are the things that it protects.

E. Lesson Proper
Using Inquiry Method the teacher shows picture of skeletal system with some of the internal
organs. Let students identify the different organs that it protects.

F. Generalization
What are the different bones that protect internal organs?

G. Application
What will happen to the bones that protect internal organ if it is damaged or injured?

III. Evaluation:
Copy the bones and the internal organs that each one protects.

IV. Assignment:
Match Column A with Column B. write the letter of the correct answer on the blank..
Column A Column B
_____ 1. Skull a. protects the kidneys
_____ 2. Rib cage b. protects the brain
_____ 3. Pelvic bone c. protects the heart
_____ 4. Vertebra d. protects the bone marrow
e. protects the lungs