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FORM 1 (DAP)

DAILY ALLOTMENT PLAN


ACADEMIC YEAR: 2014-2015

Chiang Kai Shek College


NAME: Mrs. Desiree D. Villaron
18, 2014
REFERENC
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Dynamic
Science
page 168171

TOPIC

DAY 1
JULY 14
METHODS
OF
SEPARATING
MIXTURES

Dynamic
Science
page 182185

DAY 2
July 15-

CHANGES IN
MATTER

GRADE 7
OBJECTIVES
(Cognitive, Affective,
Psychomotor)
Differentiate homogeneous from
heterogeneous mixture
Identify the different kinds of
mixtures as to colloids, suspension
and solution
Give examples of mixtures, classify
and identify method of separating
their component
Differentiate physical change from
chemical change
Cite evidences of physical and
chemical changes
Identify the different changes as to
physical and chemical change
Give examples of changes that
occur in our environment

SUBJECT: General Science


PROCEDURES/ASSIGNMENTS
/STRATEGIES

Recall of the activity on mixtures


Cooperative Learning
Using pictures of samples of mixtures
have the students classify, identify the
components and explain the method of
separating their component
Reporting and presentation of the result

Venn Diagram:physical and chemical


change
Teachers Demonstration on physical and
chemical change
Let the students identify the
signs/evidences of physical or chemical
change
Presentation of pictures depicting the
different changes that happen in our
environment

WEEK/DATE: Week 6/July 14OUTPUT/


OUTCOME
Reporting

Seatwork

REMARKS/NOTES

Dynamic
Science
page 182185

Dynamic
Science
page 183184

DAY 3
Activity
no.2
CHANGES IN
MATTER

DAY 4
July 16
NUCLEAR
CHANGE

Classify the changes in matter


as physical or chemical change

Identify the evidences/signs of


chemical change

Investigate how energy is


involved in changes that matter
undergoes
Demonstrate cooperation and
cautiousness in performing the
activity

Define some significant terms in


nuclear chemistry
Name the three modes of
radioactive decay and state the
characteristics of their radiations
Differentiate nuclear fission from
nuclear fusion
Complete a nuclear equation

Dynamic
Science

DAY 5
Activity
no.3
NUCLEAR
CHANGE

Recall of changes in matter


Student-Teacher Demonstration on physical
and chemical changes in matter
Accomplishment of laboratory activity
paper
Drawing conclusion/generalization

Unlocking of word difficulties


a.alpha b. beta c.positron d. gamma
e. negatron
f. nuclear change
Guided class discussion on the three modes
of decay
Presentation of the various types of radiation
from nuclear decay
Illustrative examples of three modes of decay
Completion of nuclear equation
Presentation of list of common radioactive
isotopes and their uses
Teacher-student tutoring

Written
laboratory report
Seatwork
Quiz

Seatwork
Quiz