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GRADES 1 to 12 School Grade Level

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Areas


Teaching Dates and February 6 -10, 2017 Quarter
Time

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES Demonstrate how people and plants prevent soil erosion.

A. Content Standards demonstrates understanding demonstrates understanding demonstrates understanding demonstrates understanding demonstrates
of of of of understanding of
weathering, soil erosion weathering, soil erosion weathering, soil erosion weathering, soil erosion weathering, soil erosion
and other processes that and other processes that and other processes that and other processes that and other processes that
shape the land shape the land shape the land shape the land shape the land

how these affect living how these affect living how these affect living how these affect living how these affect living
things and the environment, things and the environment, things and the environment, things and the environment, things and the
and and and and environment, and

ways to reduce risks to ways to reduce risks to ways to reduce risks to ways to reduce risks to ways to reduce risks to
health health health health health

B. Performance Standards
identifies areas around the identifies areas around the identifies areas around the identifies areas around the identifies areas around
home and at school which home and at school which home and at school which home and at school which the home and at school
are prone to soil erosion. are prone to soil erosion. are prone to soil erosion. are prone to soil erosion. which are prone to soil
erosion.
helps reduce soil erosion helps reduce soil erosion helps reduce soil erosion helps reduce soil erosion
around the home and at around the home and at around the home and at around the home and at helps reduce soil erosion
school. school. school. school. around the home and at
school.

C. Learning
Competencies/Objectives observes and ask observes and ask observes and ask observes and ask observes and ask
Write the LC code for questions on what happens questions on what happens questions on what happens questions on what happens questions on what happens
each during weathering process. during weathering process. during weathering process. during weathering process. during weathering process.
determines the effects of determines the effects of determines the effects of determines the effects of determines the effects of
weathering on the weathering on the weathering on the weathering on the weathering on the
environment and on living environment and on living environment and on living environment and on living environment and on living
things. things. things. things. things.
determines the causes of determines the causes of determines the causes of determines the causes of determines the causes of
soil erosion in the community. soil erosion in the community. soil erosion in the community. soil erosion in the community. soil erosion in the
investigates the effects of investigates the effects of investigates the effects of investigates the effects of community.
soil erosion on living things soil erosion on living things soil erosion on living things soil erosion on living things investigates the effects
and the environment. and the environment. and the environment. and the environment. of soil erosion on living
collects data on the extent collects data on the extent collects data on the extent collects data on the extent things and the
of soil erosion in the of soil erosion in the of soil erosion in the of soil erosion in the environment.
community. community. community. community. collects data on the
extent of soil erosion in the
community.

II. CONTENT Weathering Weathering Weathering Weathering Weathering


Soil erosion Soil erosion Soil erosion Soil erosion Soil erosion
Other processes that Other processes that Other processes that Other processes that Other processes that
shape the land surface shape the land surface shape the land surface shape the land surface shape the land surface

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Material
pages
3. Textbook pages Into the Future 5 Into the Future 5 Into the Future 5 Into the Future 5 Into the Future 5

4. Additional Materials
from Learning Resource
(LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous What is weathering? What is weathering? What is weathering? What is weathering? What is weathering?
lesson or presenting What are the different factors What are the different factors What are the different factors What are the different factors What are the different
the new lesson that break rocks? that break rocks? that break rocks? that break rocks? factors that break rocks?

B. Establishing a purpose for Identify the agents of Identify the agents of Identify the agents of Identify the agents of Identify the agents of
the lesson weathering. weathering. weathering. weathering. weathering.

C. Presenting Have you seen trees growing Have you seen trees growing Have you seen trees growing Have you seen trees growing Have you seen trees
examples/instances of the in your garden? What do the in your garden? What do the in your garden? What do the in your garden? What do the growing in your garden?
new lesson roots do to the cemented roots do to the cemented roots do to the cemented roots do to the cemented What do the roots do to the
part and to the fence? part and to the fence? part and to the fence? part and to the fence? cemented part and to the
fence?
D. Discussing new concepts What you need: pieces of What you need: pieces of What you need: Pictures of What you need: Pictures of What you need: Pictures of
and practicing new skills rocks, hammer, water and rocks, hammer, water and forces that cause weathering. forces that cause weathering. forces that cause
#1 piece of cloth piece of cloth What to do: What to do: weathering.
What to do: What to do: Study the pictures. Identify Study the pictures. Identify What to do:
Recall the time when you saw Recall the time when you saw what force is shown in the what force is shown in the Study the pictures. Identify
a crack when boiling water a crack when boiling water picture. Tell what will happen picture. Tell what will happen what force is shown in the
was poured into it.What could was poured into it.What could in the picture with the force in the picture with the force picture. Tell what will
have caused the rock to have caused the rock to identified. Match the identified. Match the happen in the picture with
break? break? inference from below with the inference from below with the the force identified. Match
picture. picture. the inference from below
with the picture.
Get two soft rocks. Rub them Get two soft rocks. Rub them
together and observe. together and observe.

What could have caused the What could have caused the
rocks to break? rocks to break?

Wrap a piece of rock in a Wrap a piece of rock in a


piece of cloth. Pound the rock piece of cloth. Pound the rock
with hammer. with hammer.

What happened to the rocks? What happened to the rocks?

Look for the plants growing Look for the plants growing
on rocks. on rocks.

As the rocks grow, what will As the rocks grow, what will
happen to the rocks? happen to the rocks?

Throw a basin of water on the Throw a basin of water on the


ground. ground.

Are the pebbles and sand Are the pebbles and sand
carried by water? carried by water?

What happened to the rocks What happened to the rocks


in all the activities? in all the activities?

What force broke the rock in What force broke the rock in
A _____ B ______ C ______ A _____ B ______ C ______
D _____ and E_____? D _____ and E_____?

What are the different forces What are the different forces
that caused rocks to break? that caused rocks to break?

What do you call the process What do you call the process
when rocks break? when rocks break?

E. Discussing new concepts What happened to the rocks What happened to the rocks What does picture A Show? What does picture A Show? What does picture A Show?
and practicing new skills when you poured boiling when you poured boiling What force caused What force caused What force caused
#2 water in it? water in it? weathering? (water) weathering? (water) weathering? (water)

What caused it to break? What caused it to break? (Sea water dissolves minerals (Sea water dissolves minerals (Sea water dissolves
from rocks and causing the from rocks and causing the minerals from rocks and
What happened to the two What happened to the two rocks to break, the more rocks to break, the more causing the rocks to break,
soft rocks when rub together? soft rocks when rub together? acidic the water is, the better acidic the water is, the better the more acidic the water
it dissolves the rock) it dissolves the rock) is, the better it dissolves
What happened to the What happened to the the rock)
pebbles and sand? pebbles and sand? In picture B, What force In picture B, What force
caused weathering of rocks? caused weathering of rocks? In picture B, What force
What happened to the rocks What happened to the rocks (plants) (plants) caused weathering of
in all the activities? in all the activities? rocks? (plants)
(Roots of plants may find (Roots of plants may find
What force broke the rock in What force broke the rock in their way to crack, as the their way to crack, as the (Roots of plants may find
A _____ B ______ C ______ A _____ B ______ C ______ roots grow bigger, the cracks roots grow bigger, the cracks their way to crack, as the
D _____ and E_____? D _____ and E_____? become wider. A rock finally become wider. A rock finally roots grow bigger, the
split and breaks apart.) split and breaks apart.) cracks become wider. A
What do you call the process What do you call the process rock finally split and breaks
of breaking rocks? of breaking rocks? apart.)

F. Developing mastery What are the agents of What are the agents of Man level rocky hills with Man level rocky hills with Man level rocky hills with
(Leads to Formative Assessment weathering? weathering? bulldozers and other big bulldozers and other big bulldozers and other big
3)
machines. He cuts rock from machines. He cuts rock from machines. He cuts rock
quarries to be used for quarries to be used for from quarries to be used
constructing homes, constructing homes, for constructing homes,
buildings and fences. buildings and fences. buildings and fences.

G. Finding practical Where should we plant our Where should we plant our What force caused the What force caused the What force caused the
applications of concepts trees and other crops? trees and other crops? weathering of rocks? weathering of rocks? weathering of rocks?
and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations Identify the agents of Identify the agents of There are different force that There are different force that There are different force
and abstractions about weathering. weathering. affects weathering. affects weathering. that affects weathering.
the lesson
I. Evaluating learning Answer the following: Answer the following: Complete the map of the Complete the map of the Complete the map of the
What is the process by which What is the process by which cause of weathering. cause of weathering. cause of weathering.
rocks are broken down into rocks are broken down into
smaller pieces? smaller pieces?

Which of the following Which of the following


activities of human beings activities of human beings
will contribute to the will contribute to the
breakdown of rocks? breakdown of rocks?

J. Additional activities for What are the causes of What are the causes of Make a research on the Make a research on the Make a research on the
application or weathering? weathering? forces that cause weathering. forces that cause weathering. forces that cause
remediation weathering.

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation who scored
below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson
D. No. of learners who continue
to require remediation

E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my principal
or supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?