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# Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region VI – Western Visayan
Schools Division of Escalante City
ESCALANTE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. ALIMANGO, Escalante City, Negros Occidental

Escalante
DAILY School
LESSON IMELDA J. PHYSICAL
Teacher Learning Area
PLAN BAYONA SCIENCE
Teaching Dates Quarter SECOND

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content The learners demonstrates understanding of:
Standards
Newton’s Law of Motion
B. Performance The learners shall be able to:
Standards
C. Learning The learners should be able to:
Competency
Explain each of Newton’s three laws of motion
Code S11/12PS-IVd-50
D. Learning At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
Objectives
1. State the Newton’s First Law of Motion.
2. Perform an activity using the Newton’s First Law of
motion.
3. Appreciate the importance of Newton’s First Law of
motion in our daily lives.
II. CONTENT
FIRST LAW OF MOTION
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. Materials Needed For activity:
transparent glass, coins, card, ruler
prepared by the teacher:
Laptop, projector or TV, Manila paper, pentel pens
B. References
Teacher’s Guide pages

Learner’s Materials

C. Other Learning
Resources

## IV. PROCEDURES Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity

Presenting Example/Instance of
the New lesson

ELICIT Video.

## What does the video presentation It tells about Sir Isaac

shows? Newton’s theories and
inventions.

## What laws introduced by Isaac

Newton? Laws of motion.

## Now, you have mentioned the

laws of motion, so let’s have an (students raise their
activity. I need one volunteer. hands)
.

front.

## Class, as jannah do the activity

Here is the Instruction:
. Rolling of ball without a medium
blocking.

## . Rolling of ball with a medium (Jannah will do the

blocking its path. Instruction)

## What have you observed when

the ball rolling without a medium The ball continue to roll
blocking? or continue in motion.
.
Very good!

## Who can differentiate the two When rolling of ball

activities done by your classmate? without a medium
blocking the ball con-
tinue to role or continue.
in motion. while
rolling of ball with a
medium blocking its
.
the ball bounces back.

## So, this afternoon we are going

to discuss the Newton’s First
Law of Motion.

EXPLORE PRESENTATION
our objectives. the students should be
able to:
1. State the Newton’s
First Law of Motion.
concepts that we will encounter
as we go on our lesson.

CONCEPTS:

Inertia – it is a property
to
resist any change
in its state of
motion

Motion – a change in
position
Net force – sum of all
forces acting on
an object

Thank you.

LESSON PROPER
Class we will have an activity. You
will be grouped into four.

## Please count off… (students will do the

Counting)
You can now go to your respect-
Ted Group. Every group select
card and materials here.
You are only given 5 minutes to (students are doing
their
Learners will be divided into two groups with
different activities and different guided
questions.
(See attached Activity Sheet)

## Presenting Essential Questions:

1. How Newton’s First Law of Motion
important in our daily lives?
2. How Newton’s First Law of Motion impacts
our daily living?
IV. PROCEDURE

## TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY TEACHER’S NOTE

A. PRE- ACTIVITY
a. Classroom
routine
 Opening prayer
 Greetings
 Checking of
attendance

b. REVIEW/MOTIV
ATION

I NEED 2 VOLUNTEERS
TO PERFORM OUR
ACTIVITY.
FIRST ACTIVITY: YOU
ROLL THE BALL .
WITHOUT MEDIUM
BLOCKING.
2ND ACTIVITY: ROLL THE
BALL WITH MEDIUM
BLOCKING ITS PATH.
THOSE WHO ARE IN
THEIR SEATS YOU
OBSERVE WHAT
HAPPENED AND THEN
DEFFERENTIATE THE
TWO ACTIVITIES DONE MA’AM

## YES, JAILYN I OBSERVED THAT

WHEN THE BALL
ROLLED WITHOUT THE
MEDIUM BLOCKING ITS
PATH IT CONTINUE TO
MOVE OR THE BALL
STILL IN MOTION.WHILE
THE BALL ROLLED WITH
A MEDIUM BLOCKING
THE BALL STOP MOVING
OR THERE’S NO Very good!
MOTION.
NOW,YOU HAVE
MENTIONED THE WORD
MOTION.THIS MORNING
WE ARE GOING TO
NEWTON’S LAW OF
MOTION.
AT THE END OF THE LESSON, THE
OBJECTIVE. 1. STATE THE NEWTON’S FIRST
LAW OF MOTION.
2. PERFORM AN ACTIVITY USING
THE NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OF
MOTION.
3. APPRECIATE THE
IMPORTANCE OF NEWTON’S
FIRST LAW OF MOTION.
THANK YOU!
LAW OF INERTIA-
SOME CONCEPTS THAT OBJECT WILL REMAIN AT
WE WILL ENCOUNTER AS REST OR AN OBJECT
WE TACKLE OUR WILL REMAIN IN MOTION
LESSON. AND TRAVEL IN A
STRAIGHT LINE, AS
LONG AS NO EXTERNAL
FORCE ACTS ON IT.
.
INERTIA- IT IS A
PROPERTY TO RESIST
ANY CHANGE IN ITS
STATE OF MOTION.

## NET FORCE- SUM OF

ALL FORCES ACTING ON Thank you!
AN OBJECT.

B. LESSON PROPER
1. PRE ACTIVITY
To understand our lesson
better, we will perform an
activity.
.
You will be grouped into 2.
Group 1 will be on the left
side and
group 2 will be on the right
side.
Each group must have a
reporter.
GROUP
MATERIALS.
All you have to do is to
I will give you 10 minutes to

## (STUDENTS ARE DOING

2. ACTIVITY PROPER THEIR WORK)

3. POST ACTIVITY
TIME IS UP!
YES MAM!
ARE YOU DONE CLASS?

BOARD

PRESENT YOUR
ACTIVITY.

## THANK YOU GROUP 1.

LET’S GIVE THEM
5CLAPS.

GROUP 2.
THANK YOU.LET’S GIVE
THEM 5 CLAPS.

ACTIVITY SHEET 1
Eudoxus

ACTIVITY SHEET 2
their similarities and
differences.

plato ptole
my

Simila
rities

pytha aristo
goras tle

eudox
C. ANALYSIS us
The teacher will provide
some questions that can
enhance the understanding
of the students about the Note: The outer circles will
activity that they have serve as their differences
made. and the circle in the center
will serve as their Group 1, please report
Okay! Class you can now similarities.
paste it on the board.
Thank you group 1

## (The students will paste

Ask students the their work on the board)
contributions of the Very Good!
different Greek
philosophers by
Very Good!
supplementing this
questions; Very Good!
Very Good!

##  What can you observed

of Plato?
contributions of
Aristotle?
 Socrates?
 Pythagoras?
Very Good!
Very Good!
Very Good!
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similarities and differences
of the different Greek
philosophers;
 Socrates?
 Pythagoras?

D. ABSTRACTION
Very good!
year they lived and died or
differences and their Answers may vary…
When did Plato born and
died?

Very good!
What is his contributions to
science?
Very good!

CE - 347 BC

## The major contribution of

How about his contribution Plato in science was the Very good!
to science.? idea of the stars, sun and
moon were fixed to
concentric crystalline Very good!
spheres,rotating inside one
another.

## Aristotle was born on 384

B.C. and died on 322 B.C. Very good!

## When did Pythagoras born The major contribution of

& died? Aristotle in science was a
geocentric model of the Very good!
universe in 4BC with moon,
Pythagoras contribution to Mercury, Venus, Sun,
science was what?
Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
moving around the earth Very good!
with fixed stars beyond.

## When did Ptolemy born & Pythagoras was born on

died? 570 B.C. - 490B.C.

## What is his major The main contribution of Very good!

contribution? Pythagoras in science was
Pythagorean Theorem.

## Ptolemy was born on 100

A.D. - 170 A.D.
When did Eudoxus born Very good!
and died? The major contribution of
Ptolemy in the field of
science was by
What is his major representing details for the
contribution? motions of each of the
planets. Very good!

## Eudoxos was born on 390

BCE - 337 BCE
What was their differences
in the view of Earth as the
center of the universe? Or
what was their thought The major contribution of Very good!
about the earth as the Eudoxos was to devise a
center of the universe. model that could explain
the planets in the sky.

Very good!
So what was their
similarities?

## They have their own Very good!

perceptions and models
What was the model called
if the earth is the center of
the universe?
They believe that the earth Very good!
was the center of the
model that sun, planets
E. APPLICATION and stars revolve round
the earth in circular
Now that you have known orbits.
the Geocentric Model of the It is called as the
universe, what can you infer Geocentric model wherein
model? the universe. Very good!
The common belief to
this model is that Earth
is the center of the
universe.

## What are some common Answers may vary

belief to this model?

## E. EVALUATION: Kahoot Time:

The students are directed to go to kahoot.it and key in the game pin and
choose the letter of the correct answer.
Match the column A to column B.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
1. 384 BC - 322 BC a. Eudoxus
2. 428 BC - 347 BC b. Socrates
4. 570 BC - 490 BC d. Ptolemy
5. 390 BC - 337 BC e. Plato
f. Pythagoras
1. Aristotle
2. Plato
3. Ptolemy
4. Pythagoras
5. Eudoxus
F. EXTEND
Essay for 5 points
Choose at least one Greek philosopher and explain his contribution about the
Geocentric Model of the universe.

V. REMARKS
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VI. REFLECTION
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Prepare by:

IMELDA J. BAYONA
SHS Teacher 1