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School: MT.


GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: GLYCEL G. ENRIQUEZ Learning Area: SCIENCE
DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: AUGUST 28 SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 (WEEK 3) Quarter: 2ND QUARTER



The learner demonstrate understanding of how the major organs of the human body work together to form organ systems
A. Content Standards
The learners should be able to make a chart showing healthful habits that promote proper functioning of the musculo-skeletal, integumentary, digestive ,circulatory excretory,
B. Performance Standards respiratory and nervous systems.

C. Learning Competencies/ Explain how the organs of each organ system work together (S6LT-IIc-d-2)
Objectives Write the LC code
for each
Identifies the parts of the Explains the functions of the Identifies the circulatory routes of
intergumentary system. circulatory system. Identifies the the blood.
main parts of the circulatory
HOLIDAY Describes the functions of each Describes the function of each Traces the path of blood as it flows HOLIDAY
II. CONTENT NATIONAL HEROES DAY part of the intergumentary part of the circulatory system. from the heart to the different IDL ADHA
system. parts of the body and back using a


A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials
3. Textbook pages Cyber Science by Myrna Q. Cyber Science by Myrna Q. Cyber Science by Myrna Q.
Adduru, pp. 53-57 Adduru, pp. 74-90 Adduru, pp. 74-90
4. Additional Materials from MISOSA 5. Module 6. The Urinary Science Learners Materials on Science Learners Materials on
Learning Resource (LR) portal System Circulatory System Dep Ed. Circulatory System Dep Ed
B. Other Learning Science Worksheets, power point Charts, Power Point Presentation. Charts, Power Point Presentation
Resources presentation.


A. Reviewing previous ENGAGEMENT: Ask pupils to ENGAGEMENT: Show an ENGAGEMENT: Review the
lesson or presenting express what they learned from illustration of children playing digestive and respiratory system.
the new lesson the the previous lesson through: and ask questions about the Ask What happens to the digested
Name an organ of the _____and parts of the body involved while food that flowed to the blood and
describe its function playing. that oxygen which entered the
Ask, What makes the body capillaries in the lungs?
function well when doing any

B. Establishing a purpose . Let the pupils answer the puzzle- Answer the following: Complete the illustration by
for the lesson arranging the letters to form the Write TRUE if the statement is drawing arrows inside the loop to
correct word. correct and write FALSE if it is indicate blood flow.
1. K S I N incorrect.
2. A H R I 1 The heart pumps blood
3. I A N L S throughout the body.
4. E R N S V E 2 Blood does not flow in the
Let the pupils describe each word head.
they formed. 3 The heart beats faster after
doing heavy work.
4 When you are sleeping, the
heart stops beating.
5 Blood vessels are not
connected to the heart.
C. Presenting EXPLORATION: Let pupils perform Observing the Let them perform Process of Blood
examples/instances of Let the pupils answer ACTIVITY 9 Heart by group. Guide them on Circulation.
the new lesson Function or Not? Have a paired the instructions.
discussion of the result of the Have them report their findings
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Discuss the result of the activity.

D. Discussing new EXPLANATION: (Power Point EXPLANATION: (Power Point EXPLANATION: : (Power Point
concepts Presentation) Presentation) Presentation)
The intergumentary system 1 The Circulatory System consists 1 Circulation is the movement of
consists of the skin, hair, of the heart, blood and blood blood as it delivers oxygen and food
fingernails, glands and nerves. vessels that work together to nutrients to the cells and removes
The main function of the provide food and oxygen to the waste materials from the cells.
intergumentary system is to act as body cells. 2 Circulation involves two maor
a barrier to protect the body from 2 The heart which consists of two routes-pulmonary circulation and
the outside world. It also functions chambers-auricle and ventricle- Systemic Circulation.
to retain body fluids, protect pumps blood to all parts of the 3 During pulmonary circulation, the
against diseases, eliminate waste body. oxygen-poor blood enters the right
products and regulate body 3 The blood consists of three atrium of the heart and flows to the
temperature. types of cells: red blood cells, right ventricle, which pumps the
white blood cells and blood blood to the pulmonary arteries.
platelets. 4 During systemic circulation, the
4 There are three kinds of blood left ventricle pumps the oxygen-
vessels, areteries, veins and rich blood into aorta, which
cappilaries, which are the branches out into the arteries going
passages of blood to and from to the upper and lower part of the
the heart. body.

E. Continuation of the .Activity: How Does the Activity: Activity: Complete the concept map
discussion of new Intergumentary System Work?
concepts (leads to Complete the graphic organizer:
Formative Assessment

F. Developing mastery Answer the question; Answer the question: .

(leads to Formative Answer the following questions: After learning the how the parts 1 What happen when the path of
Assessment 3) 1 What can happen if a part of the of your circulatory system work, blood circulation is blocked?
body is not covered with skin? 2 What happens when the
what can you say about your
2 What can happen if your sweat circulatory system cannot transport
glands do not produce body? Are the parts of your the substances needed by the body
perspiration? circulatory system working well? cells and cannot carry wastes from
the cells?
G. Finding practical Show pictures of person with skin Do this; You are still very young and cannot be a blood donor. However
applications of disorder. Ask Why do you think you can do something to help in blood donation activities of your
concepts and skills in this person suffers such? community. Describe or draw what you can do now to help and what do
daily living you plan to do later when you are already at the right age of donating
(reflective approach) blood. Use a bond paper and submit your output to your teacher.
H. Making generalizations The Intergumentary system The human circulatory system 1 Circulation is the
and abstractions about consists of the skin, hair, functions to transport blood and movement of blood as it
the lesson fingernails, glands and nerves. oxygen from the lungs to the various delivers oxygen and food
The main function of the tissues of the body. The heart pumps nutrients to the cells and
intergumentary system is to act as the blood throughout the body. removes waste materials
a barrier to protect the body from Encourage pupils to ask question about from the cells.
the outside world. It also functions the lesson.. 2 Circulation involves two
to retain body fluids, protect maor routes-pulmonary
against diseases, eliminate waste circulation and Systemic
products and regulate body Circulation.
temperature. 3 During pulmonary
Encourage pupils to ask question circulation, the oxygen-poor
about the lesson. blood enters the right atrium
of the heart and flows to the
right ventricle, which pumps
the blood to the pulmonary
4 During systemic circulation,
the left ventricle pumps the
oxygen-rich blood into aorta,
which branches out into the
arteries going to the upper
and lower part of the body.
Encourage pupils to ask
question about the lesson..
I. Evaluating learning EVALUATION: EVALUATION:
Answer the question; Match Column A with Column B to link the parts to their respective
Why should you use umbrella or functions
other protective cover when A
walking under the sun? 1 Arteries a. carry blood away from the heart
2 Capillaries b. distributes the nutrients and oxygen to the
3 White blood cells c. fight germs that enter the body
4 Veins d. carry the blood toward the heart
5 Platelets e. help in blood clotting
J. Additional activities for . Do this;
application or Ask your father and mother about their blood pressure. Do they have
remediation normal blood pressure? If not, ask what the doctor advised them.
B.P. reading: mother _____________ father _____________
Normal __yes ___no Normal ___yes _____no
Doctors advice: __________________________________________



A. No. of learners who

earned 80% in the
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No. of
learners who have
caught up with the
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
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?

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