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INTEGRATION OF VALUES

SCIENCE 9
LEARNING
COMPETENCIES

CORE
VALUES

OVER
ARCHING
VALUES

1. explain how the


respiratory and
circulatory systems work
together to transport
nutrients, gases, and
other molecules to and
from the different parts of
the body;

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individual
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Patriotic and
Nationalistic
citizen
Pro-life
advocate

FORMATION
STANDARD

BIBLE VERSE

FIRST QUARTER
The learners will
Genesis 2:7
engage in practices 1 Corinthians
that promote
6:19-20
overall health to
Genesis 1:30
become physically
Exodus 12:13
fitted individuals

2. infer how ones


lifestyle can affect the
functioning of respiratory
and circulatory systems;
3. describe the location of
genes in chromosomes;
4. explain the different
patterns of nonMendelian inheritance;

The learners will


demonstrate
advocacy in
patronizing
economically
important plants
and animals that
are improved
through breeding
to become a

1 Corinthians
15:38-39
Genesis 1:27
Exodus 32:13
Genesis 1:21

ACADEMICA
LLY
EXCELLENC
E

GLOBALLY
COMPETITI
VE

SOCIALLY
TRANSFOR
MED
INDIVIDUA
L

naturalist or
patriotic being

5. relate species
extinction to the failure of
populations of organisms
to adapt to abrupt
changes in the
environment; and

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steward

6. differentiate basic
features and importance
of photosynthesis and
respiration.

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Responsible
steward

The learner will


Genesis 6:13
acknowledge our
Genesis 1:25responsibility in
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keeping the planet
alive and promote
protection of the
environment and
the lives of other
species as
stewards of Gods
creation
The learners will
Genesis 1:29
recognize the
Genesis 2:7
importance of
plants as great
food providers to
become stewards
of Gods creation
SECOND QUARTER

1. use the mole concept


to express mass of
substances; and

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Critical
thinker

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Critical
thinker

2. determine the
percentage composition
of a compound given its
chemical formula and
vice versa.

3. explain the formation


of ionic and covalent
bonds;
4. recognize different
types of compounds
(ionic or covalent) based
on their properties such
as melting point,
hardness, polarity, and
electrical and thermal
conductivity;
5. explain properties of
metals in terms of their
structure;
6. explain how ions are
formed;

The learners will


demonstrate
awareness on
quantitative
measures of the
composition of
different brands of
food products as a
basis in deciding
which product is
good for the body
to become a
physical fitted
individual
The learners will
practice ways to
regulate, conserve
and maintain the
biologically
important ions
found in the body
to become a
physically fitted
individuals

Leviticus
19:35
Proverbs 21:2
1 Corinthians
6-19

Ephesians
4:2-3
Matthew 5:2930
Proverbs 22:9

7. explain how the


structure of the carbon
atom affects the type of
bonds it forms;

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Nationalistic
citizen

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Amity

Service
oriented
person

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Amity

Responsible
Steward
Earth saver

8. recognize the general


classes and uses of
organic compounds;

1. describe the different


types of volcanoes;
2. differentiate between
active and inactive
volcanoes;
3. explain what happens
when volcanoes erupt;
4. illustrate how energy
from volcanoes may be
tapped for human use;
5. explain how different
factors affect the climate
of an area;
6. describe certain
climatic phenomena that
occur on a global level;

The learners will


demonstrate
advocacy and
institutional
support in
patronizing organic
products to
become naturalist
or patriotic beings
THIRD QUARTER
The learner will
demonstrate
emergency
preparedness
before, during and
after a volcanic
eruption and
voluntarily extend
their hands to help
casualties to
become a servant
leader
The learner will
show active
involvement in
activities that
reduce and lessen
effects of climate
change to become
stewards of Gods
creation

Genesis 2:7
Genesis 3:19
Ephesians 4:3

Revelation
20:10
Matthew 10:24
Deuteronomy
28:22

Genesis 8:1
Exodus 10:13
1 Kings 19:11

7. infer the
characteristics of stars
based on the
characteristics of the Sun;

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ess

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thinker

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thinker
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8. infer that the


arrangement of stars in a
group (constellation) does
not change;
9. observe that the
position of a constellation
changes in the course of
a night; and

The learner will


demonstrate
awareness on the
scientific basis
regarding popular
beliefs and
practices
associated to
constellations and
astrology to
become a truth
seeker

Hebrew 11:3
Genesis 1:16
Genesis 37:9
Deuteronomy
4:19
Proverbs
14:15

10. show which


constellations may be
observed at different
times of the year using
models.
1. describe the horizontal
and vertical motions of a
projectile;
2. investigate the
relationship between the
angle of release and the
height and range of the
projectile;
3. relate impulse and
momentum to collision of
objects (e.g., vehicular
collision);

FOURTH QUARTER
The learners will
Proverbs 1:7
display enhanced
Deuteronomy
skills in sports
21:18
guided by their
Proverbs
understandings of 15:32
projectile motion to 2 Timothy 1:7
become a
physically fitted
individuals

4. infer that the total


momentum before and
after collision is equal;
5. examine effects and
predict causes of
collision-related
damages/injuries;
6. explain energy
transformation in various
activities/events (e.g.,
waterfalls, archery,
amusement rides);

Simplicity
Obedience

Responsible
Steward
Earth saver

The learners will


show active
involvement in
practices that
promotes energy
conservation to
become stewards
of Gods creation

Romans 12:2
2 Corinthians
3:18
Jeremiah
13:23

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Excellence

Creative and
Critical
thinker
Responsible
Steward

The learners will


use their
awareness on the
relationships
among heat, work
and efficiency in
making an
informed decision
in choosing an

Psalms 19:6
Psalms 119:96
Matthew
19:21

7. perform activities to
demonstrate
conservation of
mechanical energy;
8. infer that the total
mechanical energy
remains the same during
any process;
9. make a model to
demonstrate that heat
can do work;
10. infer that heat
transfer can be used to
do work, and that work
involves the release of
heat;

11. explain why machines


are never 100-percent
efficient;

12. explain how heat


transfer and energy
transformation make heat
engines like geothermal
plants work; and

energy efficient
device to become
an Earth saver

Obedience
Service

13. explain how electrical


energy is generated,
transmitted, and
distributed.

Prepared by:
MR. JAYRALD G. ROMASANTA

Responsible
Steward
Earth Saver

The learners will


demonstrate
awareness on the
economic, political,
environmental and
social impact on
the use of different
sources of energy
for generating
electricity to
become a stewards
of Gods creation

John 6:11
Genesis 1:1-3