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Earth and Life Science August 10, 2017

I. Objectives
a. Content Standards
Geologic processes that occur on the surface of the Earth such as weathering, erosion, mass
wasting, and sedimentation (include the role of ocean basins in the formation of sedimentary
rocks)
b. Performance Standards
The learners shall be able to make a plan that the community may use to conserve and
protect its resources for future generations.
c. Learning Competencies/Objectives
The learners will be able to describe how rocks undergo weathering, explain how the
products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere, make a report on
how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity.
II. Content
Exogenic Processes
Learning Resources
 Curriculum Guide in Earth and Life Science
 Earth and Life Science Teacher’s Guide
 Earth and Life Science Textbook
 Power Point Presentation
 Projector
 Laptop
III. Procedures
Review
What is the name that wears away existing rock??
Motivation
Which type of rock is most likely found in these cliff layers?
Activity
Brainstorm:
Group the students into 4 groups and ask the groups to list down how rocks break down.
a. Analysis
 How rocks break down?
 What is weathering?
 What are the types of weathering?
 What are the factors that affect weathering?
b. Application
Perform the Activity Given
c. Abstraction
Weathering breaks down and loosens the surface minerals of rock so they can be transported
away by agents of erosion such as water, wind and ice. There are two types of weathering: mechanical
and chemical. Mechanical Weathering. Mechanical weathering is the disintegration of rock into smaller
and smaller fragments.
IV. Evaluation
 to describe how rocks undergo weathering,
 explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere,
make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity
V. Assignment
Study in advance Mechanical weathering

Prepared by:

MA. LOURDES A. SAN PEDRO Approved by:

SHS – TEACHER BEATRIZ DEGOORIO
MASTER TEACHER II

wind and ice. Learning Competencies/Objectives The learners will be able to describe how rocks undergo weathering. Assignment Study in Chemical weathering. II. and sedimentation (include the role of ocean basins in the formation of sedimentary rocks) e. Procedures Review What is the name that wears away existing rock?? Motivation Which type of rock is most likely found in these cliff layers? Activity Brainstorm: Group the students into 4 groups and ask the groups looks at the effect of pouring water onto brown sugar to simulate the effect of water on soluble rock. LOURDES A.  explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere. 2017 I. make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity. Content Standards Geologic processes that occur on the surface of the Earth such as weathering. Prepared by: MA. explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere. mass wasting. make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity V. Mechanical weathering is the disintegration of rock into smaller and smaller fragments. Mechanical Weathering. Content Exogenic Processes Learning Resources  Curriculum Guide in Earth and Life Science  Earth and Life Science Teacher’s Guide  Earth and Life Science Textbook  Power Point Presentation  Projector  Laptop III. IV. Application Perform the Activity Given f. Analysis  How rocks break down?  What is weathering?  What are the types of weathering?  What are the factors that affect weathering? e.Earth and Life Science August 11. There are two types of weathering: mechanical and chemical. Objectives d. d. erosion. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to make a plan that the community may use to conserve and protect its resources for future generations. f. SAN PEDRO Approved by: SHS – TEACHER BEATRIZ DEGOORIO MASTER TEACHER II . Evaluation  to describe how rocks undergo weathering. Looks at the residue left after water samples have evaporated to show that water can dissolve minerals. Abstraction Weathering breaks down and loosens the surface minerals of rock so they can be transported away by agents of erosion such as water.

Procedures Review What is the name that wears away existing rock?? Motivation Which type of rock is most likely found in these cliff layers? Activity Brainstorm: Give students a few blank copies of the Rock Description Table and have them fill it out for geologic materials at home or on their way home. and sedimentation (include the role of ocean basins in the formation of sedimentary rocks) h. Evaluation  to describe how rocks undergo weathering. Be sure to instruct them that they are NOT allowed to describe any roads. When water freezes. When ice melts. Content Exogenic Processes Learning Resources  Curriculum Guide in Earth and Life Science  Earth and Life Science Teacher’s Guide  Earth and Life Science Textbook  Power Point Presentation  Projector  Laptop III. LOURDES A. make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity. explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere. Water seeps into cracks and crevices in rock. also called physical weathering. The ice then works as a wedge. make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity V. If the temperature drops low enough. Content Standards Geologic processes that occur on the surface of the Earth such as weathering. II. Analysis  How rocks break down?  What is weathering?  What are the types of weathering?  What are the factors that affect weathering? g.  explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere. mass wasting.Earth and Life Science August 9. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to make a plan that the community may use to conserve and protect its resources for future generations. erosion. IV. Objectives g. It slowly widens the cracks and splits the rock. 2017 I. Application Perform the Activity Given h. it expands. Assignment Study in advance Mechanical weathering Prepared by: MA. i. Abstraction Mechanical weathering. causes rocks to crumble. the water will freeze. SAN PEDRO Approved by: SHS – TEACHER BEATRIZ DEGOORIO MASTER TEACHER II . water performs the act of erosion by carrying away the tiny rock fragments lost in the split. Learning Competencies/Objectives The learners will be able to describe how rocks undergo weathering.

IV. This produces a weak acid. Objectives a. Sometimes. Activity Brainstorm: Group the students into 4 groups and ask the groups looks at the effect of pouring water onto brown sugar to simulate the effect of water on soluble rock. Abstraction Chemical weathering changes the materials that make up rocks and soil. Looks at the residue left after water samples have evaporated to show that water can dissolve minerals. describe how magma is formed (magmatism). Learning Competencies/Objectives The learners will be able to describe where the Earth’s internal heat comes from. LOURDES A.Earth and Life Science August 14. Application Perform the Activity Given d. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to make a plan that the community may use to conserve and protect its resources for future generations. c.  explain how the products of weathering are carried away by erosion and deposited elsewhere. Analysis  How does chemical weathering make it easier for a rock to be mechanically weathered? What is weathering?  How does water chemically weather rocks? c. Content Endogenic Processes Learning Resources  Curriculum Guide in Earth and Life Science  Earth and Life Science Teacher’s Guide  Earth and Life Science Textbook  Power Point Presentation  Projector  Laptop III. 2017 I. carbon dioxide from the air or soil combines with water. Assignment Study in types of chemical weathering. Prepared by: MA. Content Standards Geologic processes that occur within the Earth b. SAN PEDRO Approved by: SHS – TEACHER BEATRIZ DEGOORIO MASTER TEACHER II . Procedures Review Magma and Lava are both molten (melted) rock. II. Evaluation  to describe how rocks undergo weathering. make a report on how rocks and soil move downslope due to the direct action of gravity V. called carbonic acid that can dissolve rock. What is the difference between them? Motivation Which type of rock is most likely found in these cliff layers? a. b.