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October 10, 2009 III-A (EXCEL) I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, 100% of the students shall attain at least 80% level of proficiency in:
1. Infer that in the past, there was only one continent in the world 2. State that the movement of the earth’s crust causes the formation of the different land forms 3. Differentiate folding from faulting impressively 4. Participate actively in the group activity II. Subject Matter: Movement of the Earth’s Crust Unit III: THE EARTH Chapter 41: Earth’s Beneath Lesson 1: Movement of the Earth’s Crust Materials: 2 pieces 8cm. X 15 cm. long foam, 2 pieces 8cm. X 15 cm. styrofoam, a globe, a world map, pictures of differen land forms Science Concept: a. Scientists believe that millions of years ago there was a single continent on earth. b. The movement of the earth’s crust causes the formation of the different land forms. c. Folding causes the formation of mountains and valleys. d. Faulting causes the formation of block mountains, plateaus, and plains. Skills: Observing, Inferring, Hypothesizing and Comparing Values: Appreciating the land forms References: Carmelita Coronel et al, SCIENCE AND HEALTH III, pp. 198-201 Carmen Dela Peña et al, SCIENCE AND HEALTH FOR FILIPINO STUDENTS III, pp. 223-227

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Learning Activity A. Preparatory Activities 1. Prayer 2. Greetings 3. Checking of attendance/ Health report/ weather report TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY

We’ll have an activity by group, each group leader will report “ I’m glad to tell you, all of my members are present today and all of them have clean uniform.” Okay? So I have here a box here in front with 1/8 piece of papers where topics are alla bout health inspection. One student will be assigned to get get a piece of paper from the box daily. I will write UNIFORM for Monday, Handkerchief for Tuesday, EARS and NECK for Wednesday, CLEAN TEETH for Thursday, and TIDY HAIR for Friday. Okay class? Next would be the weather reporting, I have here a piece of paper where written is, “ Today is ______. The sky conditon is clear. The wind speed is moderate. The tempearature is ______. Alright class?

Yes sir!

4. Checking of assignment

TEACHER’S ACTIVITY B. Developmental Activities
1. Review What are the three layers of the earth? Describe each.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITY

Excellent! 2. Motivation Let us observe the globe and the world map. Look at the continents well. Don’t you think that these continents look like a puzzle? Continents are the land forms in the crust. If we try to transfer this continent (points to a continent) to this place here, what can you say?what can you infer about the conitnents millions of years ago?

Three layers are the crust, the mantle, and the core. The crust is the outerr layer where living theings are found. The mantle is the thickest layer, and the core is the hottest layer.

The continents fits the place. Maybe there was only one continent millions of years ago.

3. Lesson Proper What may have caused the formerly one continent to divide into seven? Nice. Let’s look at land forms. (Teacher points to the different land forms). What may have caused these different land forms to come into being? A. Setting up the standards Class, your group leaders have the materials needed for our activity today. The procedure and the questions to be answered are in each box. Before we perform the activity, what do you promise?

Maybe because of the movement of the earh’s crust.

Okay very good, you may start now.

I will obsere keenly. I will paricipate actively. I will handle the materials carefully. I will finish my work on time.

B. Studying the procedure and performing the activity a) Lay two pieces of foam on the table. b) With a hand on each end, gently push the two pieces of foam. c) Observe what happens. d) Draw in your notebook the shape that was formed. C. Reporting 4. Generalization There are forces in the earth that push up rocks. The heat in the inner part of the earth pushes the magma (molten mass) to move and fold the earth. This is called FOLDING. By the way, what This activity you performed on the foam is folding. What land forms are formed by folding?

(Student’s reporting)

Folding causes the formation of mountains and valley. The styrofoam was broken into different shapes.

What about our second activity?

Our acitivity B is similar to faulting. The movement of the magma created a fault or crack causing the ground to change into the shape of block mountains, plateaus, and plains. What caused the formation of these land forms? Faulting causes the formation of block mountains, plateaus, and plains.

5. Application As you look at this picture, what may have caused this? (Teacher shows a picture of mountains and valleys)

Folding causes the formation of block mountains, plateaus and valleys. Folding must have caused the formation of the Sierra Madre Mountains.

Who among you have gone to Sierra Madre? What may have caused the Sierra Mountains?

Have you gone to Baguio City? It is a plateau. What may have caused Baguio City to be a plateau? Another activity would be, I want you to act like you are all the earth’s crust and perform in front the folding and faulting of the earth’s crust. Okay?

Faulting must have caused it.

Yes sir! (Students performing the actings)

Evaluation Okay, very good class, nice actings. Let’s see then if you really learned something. Let’s do our formative test. 1. Scientists believe that millions of years ago there was only_____________continent in the world. a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 2. What made the formerly big continent break? a. Movement of the air b. Movement of the earth c. Movement of the moon d. Movement of the sun 3. What caused the formation of the mountains and valleys? a. Faulting b. Feasting c. Fiddling d. Folding 4. The following are caused by faulting except: a. Black mountains b. Block mountains c. Plains d. Plateaus 5. Baguio City is a plateau. What may have caused it? a. Faulting b. Feasting c. Fiddling d. Folding Assignment a. What do scientists believe about the earth’s continent? b. Differentiate folding from faulting. c. Write down some land forms caused by faulting and folding Prepared by:

Kevin S. Cuarta


								
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