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# FIRST QUARTER

## Number of Minutes (60 minutes per session/meeting)

FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 1) FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 2)
DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics
Measurement Scientific Notation Scientific Notation
Orientation and Overview
diagnostic test/ examination
Learning Differentiate standard unit Discuss the rules to follow how Discuss the rules to follow how
Competencies/Objectives from derived unit significant figure are used to significant figure are used to
solve problem using the 4 solve problem using the 4
mathematical operation( +, - ,x ,- mathematical operation( +, - ,x ,-
) )

## Suggested Activities Group Activity

Student bring different label Exercises: To determine how Exercises: To determine how
of measurement seem on many significant figures a many significant figures a
canned goods,plastic computation has,using simple computation has,using simple
bottle,junk food,and etc. rules in addition, subtraction.. rules in multiplication and
division.

Expected written Categorize the labels as Board work or seat work Board work or seat work
Work/Product/Performance standard or derived unit

Culminating
Product/Performance

## Number of Minutes (60 minutes per session/meeting)

FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 3) FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 4)
DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics Accuracy and precision of Measure the unit of length, Units of Measurement Conversion of Units
Measurement mass, and angles.

Learning Identify the factors that Measure the object”s length Convert units of length, mass Convert units using metric to
Competencies/Objectives contribute to errors in using vernier caliper, ruler and time from metric to metric English and vice-versa
measurement. and meterstick. unit
Measure the mass of an
object using a platform
balance and angle using
protactor

## Group Activity: Rotational Activity : Measurement of errors .

Suggested Activities learning Gallery. Discussion on how to used Discussion on how to used unit Five( 5 ) trials will be computed
Each station have devices unit factor method factor method for metric to to obtained accuracy on
used to measure length, english and vice-versa measurement.
mass and angle of an object
with an activity sheet for
instruction..

Expected written Perform the activity on time. Convert units : metric to Convert units: metric to English Check the result of the activity
Work/Product/Performance metric and vice-versa

## Culminating Make a table of conversion of

Product/Performance units from metric to metric,
metric to english, and vice-
versa

## FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 5) FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 6)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

## Content /Topics Newton’s three laws of motion Nature of Friction

Summative test on Newton’s Law of Motion
measurement

Learning Explain the Three Laws of Solve problem using the three Identify the factors affecting the
Competencies/Objectives Motion laws of motion amount of friction
Apply Newton’s three Laws
of Motion to practical
situation

## Rotational Learning Gallery . Class discussion of the principles

Suggested Activities Activity. Different situation is Group activity on mass and and derivation of equation.
shown such as a car racing weight
with remote control , skater Derivation of equation Broad work and seatwork.
jump from skateboard, video Seat work
clip and etc

Expected written Formative Test 1-10 Formative test 1-10 Solve problem using the equation
Work/Product/Performance of frictional force

## Culminating Make a collage of the

Product/Performance different principles.

## FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 7 ) FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 8)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics Motion considering friction Impulse and Momentum Conservation of Momentum Angular Momentum and its
conservation
Define angular momentum
Solve problems involving Compare the total momentum of Compare linear and angular
Learning friction and laws of motion Explain the relationship of two objects in a system before, momentum
Competencies/Objectives impulse and momentum during and after collision State the Law of Conservation of
Apply impulse and Differentiate an elastic collision Angular Momentum
momentum to practical from inelastic collision
situation . Use the Law of Conservation of
Momentum and Energy to
situation that involves explosion

Derivation of equation and An audio clip presentation Teacher”s demonstration Demonstration &discussion of
Suggested Activities problem solving about the law is shown. lesson. Use the law
a ball or marble, 2 meterstick
and clay
Students make their reflection
Expected written Formative test Group presentation: Group Presentation: about the activity
Work/Product/Performance Make their own application Student observed and present
of the law and explain how the result of their activity. Varied
the law is applied question will be given for each
group.
Compare the result obtained
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Culminating
Product/Performance

## FIRST QUARTER (WEEK 9)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2
Angular Momentum and its
Content /Topics conservation

## Learning Solve problem using equation of EXAMINATION ( Chapter Test )

Competencies/Objectives angular momentum

## Suggested Activities Derivation of angular

momentum”s equation

## Expected written Work/ Broadwork / Seatwork

Product/Performance

## Culminating Enrichment: Problem Solving

Product/Performance
SECOND QUARTER

FLUID MECHANISM
WORK,POWER AND ENERGY

Number of Minutes (60 minutes per session/meeting)

## SECOND QUARTER (WEEK1) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 2)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Liquids

## State Pascal’s principle.

Learning Enumerate the different Define pressure Recognize its application to Explain Bernoulli’s principle.
Competencies/Objectives molecular properties of liquid. Show how pressure varies modern technologies Cite practical application of
Cite some practical with the height of a given fluid. Apply Pascal’s principle to Bernoulli’s principle
application to real life situation Calculate the pressure problem solving.
exerted
By a fluid

Suggested Activities Group activity; Rotational Demonstrate some properties Group reporting / derivation of Demonstrate and explain Bernoulli’s
learning gallery with varied of Equation principles
activity on molecular Pressure :Use a can and bore
properties three holes at different height

Expected written Student explained the result Make a hypothesis out from Formative test Make an Improvised airplane.
Work/Product/Performance from different learning gallery the activity

Culminating
Product/Performance

## SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 3) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 4)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

## Content /Topics Elasticity of Materials Hooke’s Law Buoyancy/Archimedes Principle

Describe the relationship Explain the different State the relationship that exist Calculate the buoyant force on
Learning between stress and strain. modulus of elasticity between bodies immersed in a liquid.
Competencies/Objectives Use the elasticity property in Apply the equation of a. The volume of a Cite practical application of
choosing construction Young’s Modulus, Bulk submerged Archimedes principles
materials. Modulus, and Shear body &the volume of liquid it
modulus to problem solving displaces
b. The weight of displaced
liquid& the upward force
c. The loss of weight of a
body in water and the
buoyant force

Suggested Activities Discussion and Video clip of the different Activity on Bouyant force; Class discussion and seat work
demonstration of any modulus of elasticity
materials related to elasticity
s

Expected written Student make their own Group game Create their own material Summative test
Work/Product/Performance activity related to stress and related to bouyancy
strain.

## Culminating Make a video clips on the

Product/Performance application of the different
principles / laws.
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## SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 5) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 6)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics LONG TEST Energy Transfer Energy changes and Work Conservation of Mechanical
Energy

Describe the energy changes Differentiate potential and State the law of conservation of
Learning when energy is transferred kinetic energy Mechanical energy
Competencies/Objectives from one body to another. Calculate the change in kinetic Express the principle of
Calculate the amount of energy of a body Conservation Mechanical
energy transferred in a body Compute the change in energy in terms of mathematical
when work is done on it. potential energy of a body equation.

Suggested Activities Group Activity (Picture Demonstration and discussion Apply the principle to
Analysis) of P.E and K.E. and its experiment using POE
equation

Expected written Make a short comic strips Group activity Check the result of the activity
Work/Product/Performance related to energy transfer

## Culminating Illustrate and explain the

Product/Performance application of
An oscillating pendulum

## SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 7) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 8)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

## Content /Topics Law of Conservation of Power Simple Machine Simple Machine

Mechanical Energy

Apply the law of conservation State how energy and power Describe and discuss the types Application of simple machine to
Learning to mechanical energy to are related. of simple machine and its uses. life’s situation.
Competencies/Objectives practical situation. Calculate the power used in Compare simple machine’s Compute the work and power
doing work input and output work and (input and output ) of simple
Relate power and velocity power machine

Suggested Activities Derivation of equation and Group activity on power Audio clip presentation on the Problem solving using simple
problem solving types of simple machine . machine equation

Expected written Summative test Make their own activity Activity on simple machine Group games
Work/Product/Performance related to power and energy using an inclined plane, spring
( by two’s ) balance and etc. Small group
discussion

Culminating
Product/Performance

DAY 1 DAY 2

## Learning Define efficiency of a machine EXAMINATION (Practical

Competencies/Objectives Calculate the efficiency of Exam)
machines

## Rotational Learning Station on

Suggested Activities Broadwork/seatwork on the different principles of fluids,
machine’s efficiency work ,power and energy.

## Expected written Summative test

Work/Product/Performance

## Culminating Research work on the social

Product/Performance and economic effects of
machines to modern
technologies.
CONTENT CONTENT STANDARDS PERFORMANCE STANDARD LEARNING COMPETENCY
Physical Quantities The learners demonstrates
understanding of how to
measure the length, mass and
angle of an object using
standard devices, to convert unit
of measurement to another unit,
THIRD QUARTER

## THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 1) THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 2)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics Interaction of Electric Electrical Quantities Coulomb’s Law Electrical Quantities and
Charge Units

Discuss the origin of Explain why object charged State Coulomb’s law Differentiate current,voltage
Learning electricity and its nature. exert attractive and Calculate electric force using and resistance in
Competencies/Objectives repulsive forces. coulomb’s law equation
.

Suggested Activities Research : Pioneers about -Discuss the different ways Derivation of equation Group activity
electricity of charging a body. Boardwork / seatwork

Expected written Constructing a electric Board Work / Group Activity Summative test Make a concept mapping

Culminating
Product/Performance

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Content /Topics OHMs Law Multiple Load Circuits Resistivity LONG TEST

Calculate electromotive Identify multiple load circuits Discuss the four factors that
Learning force. and its characteristics. affect the amount of resistance.
Competencies/Objectives Define resistivity

Suggested Activities Conversion of Lists down ways Group activity using different
formulas/Problem Solving precautionary measures type and size of wire

Expected written Group activities related to Comics Strip./Role playing Group discussion/broadwork
Work/Product/Performance OHMs Law by group
Make a circuit diagram of
Culminating series and parallel circuit
Product/Performance using 3 bulbs and 4 dry
cell

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THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 5) THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 6)
DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2
Content /Topics
Heat and Temperature Heat and Work Thermal Energy LONG TEST

Distinguish between heat Show evidences that relate Define thermal energy
Learning and temperature. heat and work . Differentiate heat from thermal
Competencies/Objectives Calculate temperature to Determine the amount of energy
Celsius, Fahrenheit, & Kelvin heat transferred to an Enumerate ways of increasing
object. thermal energy
Calculate the amount of
heat produced from work
done or change in PE and
KE of a body

Suggested Activities Activity related to Class discussion and Activity : Thermal Energy
temperature and heat derivation change
Of heat equation
Solve problem related to
heat

Expected written Group reporting and problem Seat work / board work Compare the result of the
Work/Product/Performance solving activity

Culminating
Product/Performance

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THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 7) THIRD QUARTER (WEEK 8)

## DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics Heat Engines and heat Zeroth’s Law First Law of Thermodynamic Entropy and the Second Law of
Pumps Thermodynamics

Learning Define heat engines and heat State zeroth’s law of State the first law of Explain entropy
Competencies/Objectives pumps thermodynamics thermodynamics State the Second law of
Differentiate gasoline engines Differentiate the four type Apply the first law to four type thermodynamics
from diesel engines of thermodynamic of thermodynamics processes
Describe the four strokes in a processes
gasoline engines

Suggested Activities Make a research on heat Audio clip presentation of Discussion on the relationship Demo-discussion of the second
engine and heat pumps the four thermodynamic of work, heat and internal law of thermodynamics
processes energy based on the first law
of thermodynamics

Expected written Game activity/group work Group presentation Make a concept map of the Group discussion
Work/Product/Performance illustrating the different properties of thermodynamic
thermodynamic processes processes
Culminating
Product/Performance

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2

## Learning Calculate the efficiency of heat

Competencies/Objectives engine.
Discuss the environmental
effects of heat engine

## Expected written Group debate on the

Work/Product/Performance environmental effects of heat
engine.
Make a collage of the
Culminating importance of heat engines in
Product/Performance society.
Fourth Quarter

## FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 1) FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 2)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics Waves; Carriers of Energy Properties of wave Sound waves Speed of sound

.
Identify the different type of Differentiate the four Describe how sound waves is Compute for the speed of
Learning waves properties of waves produced, transmitted and sound in air at different
Competencies/Objectives Determine how waves propagated temperature
transfer energy Compare the speed of sound
Relate wave in different medium
velocity,wavelength and
frequencies

Suggested Activities Demonstration activity Discussion and video Demonstration activity using Derivation of
presentation of the POE equation/boardwork
properties of waves

Expected written Make a reflection of the Draw and illustrate the Group reporting Formative test
Work/Product/Performance activity properties of wave

Culminating
Product/Performance

## FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 3) FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 4)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Waves

## Discuss the characteristics

Learning of sound waves
Competencies/Objectives Enumerate the factor the
affect wave properties

## Suggested Activities Group presentation using

different sound instruments

## Expected written Make collages of different

Work/Product/Performance instrument using waves
characteristics

Culminating
Product/Performance
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## FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 5) FOURTH QUARTER (WEEK 6)

DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics

Learning
Competencies/Objectives

Suggested Activities

Expected written
Work/Product/Performance

Culminating
Product/Performance
of
SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 4) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 5)

## DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 1 DAY 2

Content /Topics
Learning
Competencies/Objectives
Suggested Activities
Expected written
Work/Product/Performance
Culminating
Product/Performance Research work
SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 8) SECOND QUARTER (WEEK 9)
DAYS DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 2
DAY 1
Content /Topics
Learning
Competencies/Objectives
Suggested Activities
Expected written
Work/Product/Performance
Culminating
Product/Performance

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Content /Topics
a.
Learning
Competencies/Objectives

Suggested Activities

Expected written
Work/Product/Performance

Culminating
Product/Performance