LESSON PLAN (SCIENCE I)
a. analyze how tides and eclipses occur;
b.discuss te importance of tides to man and safely precautions in observing
c.explain the kinds of tides and their importance
A. Topics: Moon-Earth System
Importance of tides
Precautionary Measures in observing eclipse
* Integrated Science I by: Yolanda Bilgera- pp 142- 145
* Integrated Science I. by: Aurora Villamil – pp 276-279
III.PROCEDURE / STRATEGIES:
How many of you went swimming in the sea, during summer?
Can you describe the water around you?
B. Lesson Proper:
1.Group the students into three
A -With the use of the power point, observe the illustration
of the spring tides & neap tides, solar & lunar eclipse
B.Write your observations in your manila paper
-Describing / reporting
-communicating / sharing
IV.EVALUATION: Choose your answers from the words inside the box .
Lunar eclipse first quarter penumbra
Neap tide solar eclipse tides
Sun full moon new moon umbra eclipse
1. dark inner shadow strikes only one small area.
2. it is high tides
3. occurs when the sun is covered by the moon’s shadow
Make a research in the library about the moon:
1. Information about our moon
*its distance from the sun
2. Surface Features
3. Phases of the moon