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I.

OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the session the students are expected to:
1. Induce magnetism in some magnetic materials.
2. Identify the polarity of the magnetized object and
determine the greatest concentration of magnetic
pull in a given magnets
3. Identify some magnetic materials.
4. Define induce magnetism operationally.

A. Motivation: Group activity (Simple Jigsaw).


Group the class into five groups.
Each group is provided with an envelop. Inside the
envelop are strips of cut phrases or words which the
students will arrange to form a statement. The statements
are the definition of word, the principle and the property of
magnetism. Each group is given 2 minutes to arrange cut
the strip of paper.

1. Magnets have the ability to attract /materials that are/


magnetic in nature. Magnetic material is /one which
can be magnetized /and is attracted to magnets.
2. Magnetic poles /always occur in pair. /Like poles of
magnet /repel and unlike poles /attract each other.
3. Magnetism is commonly attributed /to ferromagnetism
and electromagnetism / depending on the material and
moving charges./The property of a substance By/
which it is strongly attracted by /a magnet is called
ferromagnetism.
4. Stroking with a permanent magnet is /one of the ways
to induce or cause / magnetism in an /object that can
be magnetized./
5. The polarity of the induced magnetism/ in the object is
opposite to the polarity of/ the nearer end of the
permanent magnet. /Attraction happens after
/magnetic induction occurs./

STANDARDS AND SCORING


CATEGORY

Content?
60%

All answer are


correct

1-2 wrong
answer

Cooperation
20%

Timeliness
20%

Total

2
3 or more
wrong
answer

1
All answer are
wrong

All members
1- 2
3-4 members Only one member is
are involved in members are
are not
doing the task or
accomplishing
not
participating
more than 4
the task
participating
members are not
involve

Finished
before the
allotted time

12

Finished
within the
time

Finished
after the
allotted time

Did not finish the


given tasks

SCORE

D. Generalization:
What is induced magnetism?
How can you induced magnetism in a magnetic material?
What are magnetic materials?

E. Application:
Give some technology that uses magnets or magnetism?
What is its impact in our society?

IV. EVALUATION:
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Which of the following metals would be attracted to a
permanent magnet?
a. Lead

b. Copper

c. Nickel

d. Aluminum

2. What are the polarities of the two pieces of L-shaped


soft iron?

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)

P
S
N
N
S

Q
S
N
S
N

R
N
S
N
S

S
N
S
S
N

3. The owner of a scrapyard uses a large electromagnet.


A. Aluminum and brass
B. Brass and copper
C. Copper and iron
D. Iron and steel
4. A compass will always align itself in one direction
because the Earth is a magnet with
E. The north magnetic pole at the geographical north.
F. The north magnetic pole at the geographical south.
G. The south magnetic pole at the geographical south.
H. The south magnetic pole at the centre of the Earth.

5. Which arrangement of three bar magnets results to an


attraction between the first and the second, and a
repulsion between the second and the third magnet.
magnet 1

magnet 2

magnet 3

A.

B.

C.

D.

V. Assignment:
Choose the correct term from the enclosed choices
that should go into the blank spaces on the Sum it up
Challenge!