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GRADES 1 to 12 School Puerto Elementary School Grade Level V

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Maydafe Cherryl A. Carlos Learning Areas Science

Teaching Dates and Time June 5-9, 2017 Quarter First

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards Properties of materials to determine Properties of materials to


Properties of materials to determine whether they are useful or harmful. determine whether they are
Properties of materials to determine Properties of materials to whether they are useful or harmful. useful or harmful.
whether they are useful or harmful. determine whether they are
useful or harmful.

B. Performance Standards The learner uses local, recyclable solid The learner uses local, The learner uses local, recyclable solid The learner uses local, recyclable solid The learner uses local,
and/ or liquid materials in making recyclable solid and/ or liquid and/ or liquid materials in making and/ or liquid materials in making useful recyclable solid and/ or liquid
useful products. materials in making useful useful products. products. materials in making useful
products. products.

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives
Write the LC code for each
The learner uses the properties of The learner uses the properties of The learner uses the
materials whether they are useful or materials whether they are useful or properties of materials
The learner uses the properties of The learner uses the properties harmful harmful whether they are useful or
materials whether they are useful or of materials whether they are harmful
harmful useful or harmful

II. CONTENT Properties of Matter Properties of Matter Properties of Matter Properties of Matter Properties of Matter
III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References

1. Teachers Guide pages

2. Learners Material pages S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4

3. Textbook pages

4. Additional Materials from S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4 S5MT Ia b 4


Learning Resource (LR) portal

B. Other Learning Resources Curriculum Guide 5 Curriculum Guide 5 Evelyn Curriculum G Curriculum G Curriculum G
Evelyn Enriquez-Arcano et al. Breaking Evelyn Enriquez-Arcano et al. Evelyn Enriquez-Arcano et al. Breaking Evelyn Enriquez-Arcano et al.
Enriquez-Arcano et al. Through Science 5 Breaking Through Science 5 Through Science 5 Breaking Through Science 5
Breaking Through C & E Publishing Inc.
Norma Abracia et. Norma Abracia et. Al Norma
Science 5 Norma Al Science in Our World 5 Science in Our World 5 Abracia et. Al Science in Our
Abracia et. Al Science in Our World 5
C & E Publishing Inc. World 5
Norma Abracia et. Vibal Publishing Inc.
Al Science in Our World 5

Vibal Publishing Inc.

IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson or What is Matter? What is Matter? What is Matter? What is Matter? What is Matter?
presenting the new lesson

B. Establishing a purpose for the Identify the physical properties of Identify the physical properties Identify the physical properties of Identify the physical properties of matter. Identify the physical
lesson matter. of matter. matter. Describe the physical properties of properties of matter.
Describe the physical properties of Describe the physical properties Describe the physical properties of matter. Describe the physical
matter. of matter. matter. properties of matter.

C. Presenting examples/instances of
the new lesson
Show the pupils a piece of wooden Show the pupils a piece of Show the pupils a piece of wooden Show the pupils a piece of wooden stick Show the pupils a piece of
stick and a rubber band. wooden stick and a rubber stick and a rubber band. and a rubber band. wooden stick and a rubber
Stretch the rubber band to double its band. Stretch the rubber band to double its Stretch the rubber band to double its band.
regular size. Try stretching the stick in Stretch the rubber band to regular size. Try stretching the stick in regular size. Try stretching the stick in the Stretch the rubber band to
the same manner. Ask: Why you can double its regular size. Try the same manner. Ask: Why you can same manner. Ask: Why you can stretch double its regular size. Try
stretch the rubber bandbut not the stretching the stick in the same stretch the rubber bandbut not the the rubber bandbut not the stick? ( stretching the stick in the
stick? ( Answers vary) ( The rubber manner. Ask: Why you can stick? ( Answers vary) ( The rubber Answers vary) ( The rubber band is elastic same manner. Ask: Why you
band is elastic but the stick is not.) stretch the rubber bandbut not band is elastic but the stick is not.) but the stick is not.) can stretch the rubber
Bend the stick so that it breaks into the stick? ( Answers vary) ( The Bend the stick so that it breaks into Bend the stick so that it breaks into two. bandbut not the stick? (
two. Try bending the rubber bandin rubber Bend the stick so that it two. Try bending the rubber bandin Try bending the rubber bandin the same Answers vary) ( The rubber
the same manner. Ask: Why the breaks into two. Try bending the the same manner. Ask: Why the stick manner. Ask: Why the stick breaks but band is elastic but the stick is
stick breaks but not the rubber band? rubber bandin the same breaks but not the rubber band? ( not the rubber band? ( Answers vary) ( not.)
( Answers vary) manner. Ask: Why the stick Answers vary) ( The stick is brittle but The stick is brittle but the rubber band is Bend the stick so that it breaks
Explain the elasticity and brittleness breaks but not the rubber band? the rubber band is not.) not.) into two. Try bending the
are two of the physical propertiesof ( Answers vary) ( The stick is Explain the elasticity and brittleness Explain the elasticity and brittleness are rubber bandin the same
matter. brittle but the rubber band is are two of the physical propertiesof two of the physical propertiesof matter. manner. Ask: Why the stick
not.) matter. breaks but not the rubber
Explain the elasticity and band? ( Answers vary) ( The
brittleness are two of the stick is brittle but the rubber
physical propertiesof matter. band is not.)
Explain the elasticity and
brittleness are two of the
physical propertiesof matter.

D. Discussing new concepts and Ask each group to present the results Ask each group to present the Ask each group to present the results Ask each group to present the results of Ask each group to present the
practicing new skills #1 of their activity and answer to the results of their activity and of their activity and answer to the their activity and answer to the results of their activity and
answer to the guide questions. answer to the
guide questions. guide questions. guide questions.
What are the physical properties guide questions.
What are the physical properties of of matter? What are the physical properties of What are the physical properties of
matter? matter? matter? What are the physical
properties of matter?

E. Discussing new concepts and


practicing new skills #2
The properties of matter can be The properties of matter can The properties of matter can be The properties of matter can be The properties of matter
classified as physical properties be classified as physical classified as physical properties and classified as physical properties and can be classified as physical
and chemical properties. properties and chemical chemical properties. chemical properties. properties and chemical
properties. Physical properties.
Physical Properties Physical Properties Properties
A characteristic of a material that Physical Properties A characteristic of a material that A characteristic of a material that Physical Properties
can be readily observed without A characteristic of a can be readily observed without can be readily observed without A characteristic of a
changing its composition is known material that can be readily changing its composition is known changing its composition is known as material that can be readily
as physical property. observed without changing its as physical property. physical property. observed without changing
Hardness is the ability of a composition is known as Hardness is the ability of a Hardness is the ability of a material its composition is known as
material to be rigid and resist physical property. material to be rigid and resist to be rigid and resist pressure that physical property.
pressure that may cause a change Hardness is the ability of a pressure that may cause a change may cause a change in its shape. Hardness is the ability of
in its shape. material to be rigid and resist in its shape. Brittleness is the ability of the a material to be rigid and
Brittleness is the ability of the pressure that may cause a Brittleness is the ability of the material to break easily. resist pressure that may
material to break easily. change in its shape. material to break easily. Flexibility is the ability of a material cause a change in its shape.
Flexibility is the ability of a Brittleness is the ability of Flexibility is the ability of a to be bent without breaking. Brittleness is the ability of
material to be bent without the material to break easily. material to be bent without Elasticity is the ability of a material the material to break easily.
breaking. Flexibility is the ability of a breaking. to be stretched and then return to its Flexibility is the ability of
Elasticity is the ability of a material to be bent without Elasticity is the ability of a original shape after. a material to be bent
material to be stretched and then breaking. material to be stretched and then Conductivity- is the ability to let heat without breaking.
return to its original shape after. Elasticity is the ability of a return to its original shape after. and electricity to pass through. Elasticity is the ability of
Conductivity- is the ability to let material to be stretched and Conductivity- is the ability to let Malleability is the ability of materials a material to be stretched
heat and electricity to pass then return to its original heat and electricity to pass to be hammered into flat sheets. and then return to its
through. shape after. through. original shape after.
Malleability is the ability of Conductivity- is the ability to Malleability is the ability of Ductility is the ability to be drawn Conductivity- is the ability
materials to be hammered into flat let heat and electricity to pass materials to be hammered into flat into thin wires. to let heat and electricity to
sheets. through. sheets. pass through.
Malleability is the ability of Malleability is the ability
Ductility is the ability to be materials to be hammered Ductility is the ability to be of materials to be
drawn into thin wires. into flat sheets. drawn into thin wires. hammered into flat sheets.

Ductility is the ability to be Ductility is the ability to


drawn into thin wires. be drawn into thin wires.

F. Developing mastery
(Leads to Formative Assessment 3)
What are the physical changes of What are the physical changes What are the physical changes of What are the physical changes of matter? What are the physical changes
matter? of matter? matter? of matter?

G. Finding practical applications of Identify what physical property is in Identify what physical property Identify what physical property is in Identify what physical property is in the Identify what physical
concepts and skills in daily living the picture. is in the picture. the picture. picture. property is in the picture.

H. Making generalizations and Under Physical properties we Under Physical properties we Under Physical properties we Under Physical properties we Hardness, Under Physical properties we
abstractions about the lesson Hardness, Brittleness Flexibility Hardness, Brittleness Flexibility Hardness, Brittleness Flexibility Brittleness Flexibility Elasticity Hardness, Brittleness
Elasticity Conductivity Malleability Elasticity Conductivity Elasticity Conductivity Malleability Conductivity Malleability Ductility. Flexibility Elasticity
Ductility. Malleability Ductility. Ductility. Conductivity Malleability
Ductility.
I. Evaluating learning Identifying the property of the Identifying the property of the Identifying the property of the Identifying the property of the pictures Identifying the property of the
pictures given. pictures given. pictures given. given. pictures given.

J. Additional activities for Watch videos Watch videos Watch videos Watch videos Watch videos
application or remediation

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?