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# Caraga Regional Science High School

I. OBJECTIVES

## A. Content Standards Demonstrate understanding of the different

modes of heat transfer: conduction,
convection and radiation.

## B. Performance Standards Choose right materials for a particular

purpose for cooking, food storage, and
building homes.

## C. Learning Competencies/Objectives - Infer the conditions necessary for heat

transfer to occur.

## - Explain different modes of heat transfer in

terms of the movement of particles

## - Identify good and poor conductors of heat

and describe their specific uses

I. CONTENT Heat

- Heat transfer

A. References

## 1. Teacher’s Guide pages Textbook (Exploring Life through Science)

Textbook (Discover Science)
Teacher’s Guide

## 2. Learner’s Materials pages Textbook (Exploring Life through Science)

Textbook (Discover Science)
Teacher’s Guide

## Unit 3 Module 5 p.186-197

3. Textbook pages

## 4. Additional Materials from Learning

Resource (LR) portal

## B. Other Learning Resources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3ee3r

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III. PROCEDURES

A. Introduction - Greeting

-Prayer

- Checking of Attendance

## B. Motivation Let the students shake hands with their

seatmates. Ask them how they feel. Elicit
answers from them.

## a. Activity Students will measure the temperature of

different water-filled containers. They will
gather data using thermometers and analyze
changes in the temperature of the water
inside the containers.

places?

emit heat?

d.Application

answer.

## The illustration on the right shows a lady

making a noodle soup using a pan made of
metal. Use this illustration to answer the
questions below:

## 1. How does heat travel through the pan?

A. By radiation C. by dispersion

B. By convection D. by conduction

## 2. How does heat travel through the soup?

A. By radiation C. by dispersion

B. By convection D. by conduction

the soup?

## 4. Which of the following explains why the

lady is able to hold the handle of the pan
with her bare hands?

of heat.

conductivity.

expansion.

## 5. Which of the following methods of heat

transfer is NOT taking place in the given
situation?

A. Conduction C. Radiation

## B. Convection D. None of them

V.REMARKS

VI.REFLECTION

Prepared by:

Kimberly C. Hosenilla

Checked by:

NOted by:

Principal IV