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GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: File created by Ma’am ALONA C. REYES Learning Area: SCIENCE
DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: FEBRUARY 26 – MARCH 2, 2018 (WEEK 7) Quarter: 4TH QUARTER



A. Content Standards The learner s demonstrates understanding of characteristics of planets in the solar system.

B. Performance Standards Design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit

C. Learning Compare the planets of the solar system (S6ES-IVg-h -6)

Competencies/ A. Identify the planets of the A. Identify the inner and outer A. Describe the temperature of the A. Describe the period of revolution A. Describe the number of
Objectives solar system planets. inner and outer planets. of inner and outer planets (S6ES IVg natural satellites of inner and
Write the LC code for B. State that the sun is the B. Compare the position of the B. Perform activities about the h 6) outer planets, (S6ES IVg h 6)
each center of the solar system. BEC 5 inner and outer planet in the solar temperature of inner and outer B. Tabulate the period of revolution B. Tabulate the number of
VII 1.1 system planets. of inner and outer planets. natural satellites of inner and
C. Demonstrate proper attitude C. Appreciate the position of the C. Work cooperatively during the C. Show cooperation in doing the outer planets,
when working with group. different inner and outer planets. activity activity. C. Appreciate the presence of
satellites of the inner and outer
The sun and the different Inner and outer Planets Temperature of inner and outer Period of Revolution of the Inner Describing the number of
II. CONTENT planets in the solar system. planets. and Outer Planets natural satellites of inner and
outer planets,


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages

2. Learner’s Materials

3. Textbook pages Cyber Science, Worktext in Cyber Science Worktext in Science Cyber Science Worktext in Science Into the Future: Science and Health Science Health and the
Science and Technology,p. 320 and Tech, pp. 322-327 and Tech p. 252 V, pp. 262-264 Environment 5, pp 251 to 255
Science Health and Environment Science A field of Wonder 5 pp. Science for Daily Use 5, pp. 282-
5, pp. 251-254 344-349 285
4. Additional Materials
from Learning rch?q=State+that+the+sun+is+th
Resource (LR) portal e+center+of+the+solar++system
B. Other Learning Picture of the solar system , Picture of the solar system, Boiled banana, Activity Sheet Acvity Sheets Activity Sheets
Resources video, Activity sheets Activity Sheets Pieces of chalk
Tray or label for the solar system
A board art materials


A. Reviewing previous Show the rotation of the Earth What are the eigth planet in the Recall the inner and outer planets Rearrange the letters to form words Surface temperature of inner
lesson or presenting through body movement(By the solar system? that refers to the and outer planets
the new lesson pupils Original File Submitted and
How does earth rotate? uns – holds the planet as they turn Formatted by DepEd Club
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voretionlu- turning around of the
bitor- the way or path followed by the
llipscee –shape of planets way or path
in turning around
tancedis – each planet has in relation
to the sun

B. Establishing a purpose Show a picture of the solar Show again the picture that used Show boiled banana Let the pupils Picture-study of the solar system. Sing The Eight Planet to the
for the lesson system. in yesterday lesson hold it and ask them what they feel How many days does the earth tune of London Bridge
What does the picture show? revolve around the sun? Mercury Venus and Earth
Do you think all the planets have Mars Jupiter and Saturn
the same number of days of Uranus and Neptune
revolution around the sun? The Eight Planets
In the song what can you
name the planets, What can you
say about the eight planets are
they similar, what do they have
C. Presenting Unlock difficult words or terms From the picture what do you Present the temperature of inner Group Activity Showing the table of the
examples/instances of that learners may encounter in think are the inner and outer and outer planets. ACTIVITY 1 different planets giving
the new lesson the lesson . planets, Why are the called the You need: emphasis on the number of
inner and outer planets? Timer satellites of inner and outer
Pieces of chalk planets,
Tray or label for the solar
system Performing group activity
Activity Sheet
Do these: I, Problem How many satellites
1. Before going out to the school does each inner and outer
ground, scale each planet’s average planets have
distance II, Objective Describe the
In million kilometers from the number of satellites of inner and
sun. Use the scale: 0.25=50 million outer planets,
km. III, Materials Illustration of solar
2. Enter your calculation in a table system
like this. IV, Procedure
Average Scaled 1, Look at the illustration of
Plan distance in Distanc the solar system carefully,
et million km. e 2, Describe the number of
from the satellites of inner and outer
sun planets have,
3. Record the data on the
Planets Number of
3. Assign 10 pupils to do the Inner Planets
demonstration. Each pupil will hold Mercury
his/her written name on a show me Venus
board as the SUN, MERCURY, and Earth
4. Have the SUN pupil stand on the Outer Planets
ground and from him/her measure Jupiter
the scaled distance of each planets. Saturn
5. Construct the circles to represent Uranus
the orbits of the planets using the Neptune
scaled diameter as shown in the
illustration A.
6. From the right side of the sun Questions
draw a straight line as shown in A. 1, what is the other name for
7. Have pupil planets occupy their satellite
respective orbits. Orbit 1 is for 2, What is a satellite
Mercury and the last Neptune. 3, How many satellite does
8. Have each pupil planet stand on Jupiter have
a designated place as the starting 4, Does moon of planet earth
point of demonstration. have its own light
5, Why do we observe the moon
9. At the count of three, have each if it shines during the night
pupil planet walk around the sun
through his/her orbit in a counter
clockwise direction until he/she is
back at the staring point.
10. Record the time in seconds
consumed by each pupil PLANET in
making one turn around the sun.
11. Relate findings with the period
of revolution of planets given
PLANET Period of
Revolution (Based
on earth day)
MERCU 88 days
VENUS 225 days
EARTH 364 ¼ days
MARS 687 days
JUPITER 12 years
SATURN 84 years
URANUS 165 years
NEPTUN 248 years

Do answer these:
1. Which planet makes a complete
turn around the sun first? And the
last? Give your reasons.
2. Compared with planet Mercury
how long does it take the planet
Neptune to make one complete
turning around the sun.
3. Study the periods of revolution
of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and
How many earth days will take
each planet to complete one
4. How many times has the planet
Earth revolved around the sun
before Neptune will complete one
5. Suppose you are 10 years old
now. What will your age be when
Neptune has completed one
6. Do you think you will still alive if
you live on planet Jupiter? Why?

You will need:
A board
Art materials

Do these:

1. The group works to design a

board game that takes players
through the solar system as they
move around the board.
2. The path from START to STOP
could spiral out with stops on each
3. On each planet they could ask a
space question.

Answer these:
1. How long does the earth revolve
around the sun?
2. In which planet do you think your
age gain more? Why?
3. What would happen if the
movement of each planet in our
solar system stopped? Why?
You Need:
What to do:
Place a chair at the center of the
Draw a circle around the chair. The
circle should be about two meters
away from the chair.
Mark a spot on the circle. Stand on
this spot. Turn yourself around in a
counter clockwise direction as you
move along the path until you
reach the place where you started.
As earth rotate on its axis, what
other movement does it make?
What do you call the path of earth
as it circles the sun?
How long does earth take a
complete one revolution?
D. Discussing new Setting Standard for group Setting Standard for group activity Setting Standard for group Activity Group Reporting
concepts and practicing Activity.
new skills #1 Activity 1- Reading Across the Activity I- Concept Mapping Activity I- Skit
curriculum Activity II- Unscrambled letter Activity-Jazz Chant
Activity 2-Watch and Learn Activity—Venn Diagram Activity III-Fill-up the table
Activity 3-Arrange me
Activity 4 Identify and Fill
See activity sheet
Each member shares ideas
about their activities.
E. Discussing new The teacher will ask different The teacher will ask different The teacher will ask different Pupils tabulate the period of Make an illustration showing
concepts and practicing questions about the activity. questions about the lesson questions about the lesson revolution of the inner and outer the number of satellites of inner
new skills #2 Discuss the different planets based from the activity they and outer planets assess using
misconception about the have rubrics.
different planets.
The teacher will ask different
question about the lesson

F. Developing mastery Tabulate the number of

(leads to Formative satellites of inner and outer
Assessment 3) planets
G. Finding practical Draw the solar system and Draw the inner and outer Boiled an egg and describe the Suppose your brother is ten years During night time we can see
applications of identify the different planets in planets. Then indicate the name of temperature inside and out. old now. What will be his age when the only earth’s satellite the
concepts and skills in the solar system. the planets Jupiter has completed one moon, Where do you think the
daily living revolution? moon get its light
Where does a person age more, on
Earth or on Mars?

H. Making generalizations What are the different planets What are the two groups of Describe the temperature of inner How will you describe the period Can you describe the number
and abstractions about in the solar system? planets? and outer planets. of revolution of the inner planets? of satellites of inner and outer
the lesson What is the center of the solar Name the inner and outer planets. Of the outer planets? planets

I. Evaluating learning Choose the letter of the Choose the letter of the correct Put check (/) on the proofs that Choose the letter of the correct Study the table below, Then.
correct answer. answer. Earth’s interior is hot and cross if not. answer. Answer the questions that
1. How many planets are there The inner planet is also known __1. Stream 1. Which of these will be the first to follows:
in the solar system? as_____ __2.geothermal energy revolve around the sun? Planet Number of Satellites
A.8 B. 9 C. 10 D. 4 Jovian Planets __3. hot spring A. Jupiter B. Saturn s
2.Name the planet found Red Planet __4. Mountain C. Neptune D. Mercury Inner
between Mars and Saturn. Terrestrial planets __5. Hot molten rocks 2. Which of these planets will be Planet
A. Neptune B. Jupiter C. Morning planet __6. River the last to revolve around the sun? s
Uranus D. Earth 2.The planets of the solar system __7. Rocks from erupting volcano A. Mercury B. Venus Mercu 0
3. Which statement about the can be categorized as _____. __8. Falls C. Saturn D. Mars ry
solar system is correct? A. Inner and outer space __9. Ocean Venus 0
A. The planets orbit the sun. B. Inner and outer planets __10. sea 3. Which of these planets has twice Earth 1
B. The sun orbit the planets C. Inner and outer places the Earth’s period of revolution? Mars 2
C. Satellite orbit asteroids D. Inner core and outer core A. Mars B. Jupiter Outer
D. The planet does not orbit 3. What you call as Jovian planet? C. Neptune D. Saturn Planet
all the time. A. Inner planet 4 Which planet is nearest the sun? s
4. Which of these does not fit B. Outer core A. Mercury B. Venus C. Jupite 63
into either major category of a C. inner core Earth D. Mars r
planets. D. Outer planet 5. Which of these is million Saturn 47
A. Mercury B. Jupiter C. Pluto 4. Which are the inner planets? kilometres from the sun? Uranu 27
D. Earth A. Mars , Jupiter, Saturn, Earth A. Saturn B. Jupiter s
5.Which planet is the nearest to B. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars C. Uranus D. Neptune
Neptu 13
the sun C. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, 6. How much farther is Earth than ne
A. Neptune B. Jupiter C. Neptune Mercury?
Uranus D. Mercury D. Pluto, Mars, Jupiter, Earth A. 92 km B. 102 km
6. Why Mercury has the shortest 5. Jupiter, Saturn Uranus and C. 202 km D. 302 km
period of revolution around the Neptune are the ____ Planets.
PLANETS PERIOD OF 1, Which of the following
sun? A. Outer space
REVOLUTION planets has the most number of
A. Mercury is the nearest planet B. Inner planet
(BASED ON satellites
to the sun. C. Outer planet
EARTH DAY) A. Saturn C. Neptune
B. Mercury is the smallest planet D. Inner space
INNER B. Jupiter D. Uranus
to the sun. 6. What planets are all made up of
PLANETS 2, Which of the following
C. Mercury move fast than the gases?
MERCURY 88 days planets has no satellite
other planets. A. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
VENUS 225 days A. Mercury, Mars C. Earth.
D. None of the above B. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and
7. What planets seems to be the Neptune EARTH 364 ¼ days
B. Venus. Mercury D. Mars.
largest? C. Mars Jupiter Saturn and Uranus MARS 687 days
A. Neptune B. Jupiter C. D. Venus, Mars ,Saturn and Pluto OUTER 3. How many satellites does the
Uranus D. Mercury 7. What planets are mostly made PLANETS planet Jupiter have
8. What is the center of the solar up of rocks and they all have solid JUPITER 12 years A. 47 C. 63
system surface. SATURN 84 years B. 27 D. 13
A. Asteriod B. Pluto C. A. Pluto, Mars, Jupiter , Saturn
URANUS 165 years 4, Our own planet Earth have
Neptune D. Sun B. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and
NEPTUNE 248 years how many satellite
9.What ikind of heavenly body is Neptune
Study the table below. A. 0 C. 2
the sun? C. Earth , Mars, Jupiter and
7. How are the inner planets B. 13 D. 1
A. Star B. Planet C. Neptune
different from the outer planets? 5. Which of the planet has the
Moon D. Meteor D. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
A. They have the same period of least number of satellite
10. Why is the sun also 8. How many are inner planets?
revolution. A. Earth C. Jupiter
considered a star? have?
B. The inner and outer planets vary B. Mars D. Saturn
A. The sun has the same A. 5 B. 6. C. 4 D. 3
structure as a star. 9. In outer planets how many in their period of revolution. 6. Why do you think that
B. The sun emits heat and light planets have? C. The period of revolution of the mercury and Venus experience
just like a star. A. 8 B. 4 C. 7 D. 1 inner and outer planets cannot be complete darkness during night
C. The sun has similar color with 10. Which group of planets are the identified. time?
that of a star giant planet D. The inner planets revolve around A. It has no satellite.
D. Both A and B. A. Jupiter, Saturn , Uranus, the sun faster than the outer B. It has the most number of
Neptune planets. Satellites.
B. Saturn, Mars, Earth, Mercury 8. Which would be fastest inner C. It has the least number of
C. Saturn, Uranus, Venus , Mars planet in terms of revolution? satellites.
D. Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. A. Mercury D. It has no sunlight.
B. Venus 7. Among the inner planets
C. Earth which has the most number of
D. Mars satellites
9. Which would be fastest outer A. Mercury C. Earth
planet in terms of revolution? B. Venus D. Mars
A. Jupiter 8. Which outer planets has the
B. Saturn least number of satellites?
C. Uranus A, Jupiter C, Uranus
D. Neptune B, Saturn D, Neptune
10. Which of the inner and outer 9, Which outer planets has the
planets move the slowest? most number of satellites?
A. Mercury A. Jupiter C. Uranus
B. Earth B. Saturn D. Neptune
C. Jupiter 10. Compare the number of
D. Uranus satellites of the inner and outer

J. Additional activities for Draw the solar system and Learners research from the Learners will do the
application or the different planet. internet or other resources on the assignment of their choice
remediation different activities/ situations about the importance of using
showing importance of evaporation magnet in separating mixtures.
in the community aside from what Poem
were mentioned. Song/Jingle
See Rubric


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
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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