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STAGE 1: DESIRED RESULTS

TRANSFER

Established
Goals

The student will be able to independently use their learning to…
Climate

1. Show active involvement in activities that reduce and lessen effects of
 Factors
that
climate change to become stewards of God’s creation
2. Demonstrate awareness on the scientific basis regarding popular beliefs and
affect climate
practices associated to constellations and astrology to become a truth seeker
 Global climate
MAKE MEANING
phenomenon
Enduring Understandings
Essential Questions
Students will understand that…
Students will keep considering…
Constellations
 Characteristics
of stars
 Arrangement
of stars in a
group
 Changing
position
of
constellations
during
the
night and at
different times
of the year
 Beliefs
and
practices about
constellations
and astrology

1. Our country is prone to the effect of
2.

3.
4.

5.

climate change
Climate change is a global problem
caused by anthropogenic activities
associated with industrialization and
population growth
Climate awareness prepares people on
proper response to climatic activities
Stars look different because of their
temperature, luminosity and stage of
their life’s cycle.
The system that governs stars and
constellations also gives data on earth’s
time, date and direction.

Prepared by: Mr. Jayrald G. Romasanta
Checked
by: Mrs Cherrylyn Nitoral
(Science Teacher)

1. Why is climate changing?
2. Has the world really
warmed?
3. When did climate become
a global problem?
4. What factors determine the
characteristics of a star?
5. How do the constellations
affect the conditions of life
on our planet?

ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Students will know…
Students will be skilled at…
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Factors that affect climate
Global climate phenomenon
Characteristics of stars
Arrangement of stars in a group
Changing position of constellations during
the night and at different times of the year
6. Beliefs and practices about constellations
and astrology

1. explain how different factors
affect the climate of an area;
2. describe certain climatic
phenomena that occur on a global
level;
3. infer the characteristics of stars
based
on the
characteristics of the
WHAT
YOU
LEARNED ABOUT
Sun;
FACTS:
THE
GIVEN
4. infer that the arrangement of
FACTS?
stars in a group (constellation)

(Science Coordinator)