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SHS-MTOT for Academic Subjects

Demo Teaching in PHYSICAL


SCIENCE
May 20,2017
Learning Competency:
Give evidence for and describe the formation of
heavier elements during stellar formation and
evolution
Code: S11/12 PS-IIIa-2
Demonstrator: LUVIES B. MALALAY
T-3 ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL
Objectives of the Day:
1. Explain the formation of heavier elements during
stellar evolution;
2. Outline the sequence events during the
formation of heavier elements inside the stars;
3. Demonstrate fortitude by sharing real-life
experiences in relation to the formation of heavier
elements;
4. Demonstrate faith in God by justifying Sagans belief
about life.
Guide Questions:

1. What is stellar nucleosynthesis?


2. What heavier elements are
assembled inside the stars?
3. What is the sequence of their
formation?
4. How do we know that there is fusion
reaction & formation of heavier elements
inside the stars?
Guide Questions:

1. What is stellar nucleosynthesis?

2.What heavier elements are assembled inside the stars?

3. What is the sequence of their formation?

4. How do we know that there is fusion reaction &


formation of heavier elements inside the stars?
RUBRICS for Diagram Making
https://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm
https://www.cos.edu
(5) (8) (10)
Poor Fair Good

Accuracy Diagram is poorly Diagram illustrates Diagram has


drawn and does not layers but incomplete complete layers and
illustrate layers of steps steps
steps

5 10 15
Labels The diagram has only The diagram has only All labels are correct
5 correct labels 10 correct labels

1 3 5
Coloring and Neatness Coloring is sloppy and Coloring is fairly neat Coloring is neat and
done with little skill and skillful skillful

Total 30/30
RUBRICS for Essay
(5) (10) (15)
Poor Fair Good
Content Content relates Answer is appropriate Answer is
peripherally to the to the question. appropriate to the
question; contains Content may have question. Content
significant factual one or two factual is factually correct.
errors. errors.

5 8 10
Organization Lacks clear May lack some points Clear sense of
organizational plan. in the topic, but order. Begins with
Reader is confused. points are presented topic sentence.
in a logical Supporting points
progression. are presented in a
logical
progression.

1 3 5
Use of Language Limited vocabulary; Accurate word Uses technical or
scientific terminology
errors impair choice. No more than appropriately and
communication. 2 major errors and a correctly. No major
few minor errors. grammatical or spelling
errors.

Total 30/30
Stellar Nucleosynthesis

Nucleosynthesis_ The Formation of Elements in the Universe.mp4


Stellar Nucleosynthesis

* Using this interactive Periodic Table, can


you click the appropriate boxes of heavier
elements formed during Stellar
Nucleosynthesis?

https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=stellar
++nucleosynthesis&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiElYXi8_rTAhUJkJQKHddNCbIQ_AUIBigB&biw=10
24&bih=494#imgrc=xJethdhJZN7UhM:/Retrieved May 1
, 2017
The Science of
Helioseismology

NASA _ SDO's Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI).mp4


ACRONYM???
QUIZ # 2
1. Which of the following elements were not made
from stars?
a. Ne & C b. Mg & Fe c. H & He d. Si & O

2. Which of the following acronyms stand for the correct


sequence of formation of heavier elements in stars?
a. H-H-C-O-Ne-Na-Mg-Si-Fe b. C-O-Si-Fe-Ne-S-N-H
b. S-Fe-Ne-S-H-Mg d. All of them
QUIZ # 2
3. Stars likethe Sun probably do not form iron
cores during their evolution because of what?
a. the iron is ejected when they become
planetary nebulas
b. their cores never got hot enough for them to
make iron by nucleosynthesis
c. the iron they make by nucleosynthesis is all
fused to uranium
d. their strong magnetic fields keep their iron
in their atmosphere
QUIZ # 2

4. Using visible observations of the surface of the


Sun to model its interior, which of the given
observations cannot be used by scientist to infer its
interior?
a. sound waves b. light spectrum
c. oscillations d. surface temperature
A renowned cosmologist Carl
Sagan declared that "we and all
other matter in our surroundings
are made of starstuff,"
Make a stand on this matter by
writing your reflection in the
journal. Does it affect your faith
on divine creation? Why and why
not?
To be a star you must shine your
own light, follow your own path,
and dont worry about the
darkness for that is when the stars
shine brightest"

-Anonymous-
500 515-uk.pinterest.com
Thank you!!!