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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region III
Division of Bulacan
District of Plaridel
Sto Niño Elementary School
Sto Niño, Plaridel, Bulacan

A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE AND HEALTH IV

I. Objectives
A. Name the different types of clouds.
B. Describe each type of clouds according to appearance.
C. State some ways in preparing for a bad weather.
II. Subject Matter
“Types of Clouds”
Reference: Science and health IV by Jessie Villegas p. 187
Materials: puzzle, pictures
Vocabulary: Clouds, Cirrus, Stratus, Cumulus, and Nimbus
Science Concept: The different types of clouds are cirrus clouds, stratus clouds, cumulus clouds, and nimbus clouds.
Science Processes: Observing, Inferring, Comparing, Communicating Infusion of Values: As students we need to prepared umbrellas and rain coats to get ready for the bad weather.

III. Procedure

Teacher’s ActivityPupils Activity

A. Preparatory Activity

1. Daily Routine
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of attendance

2. Review
Yesterday we talked about weather Yes, Ma’am
and it’s elements, right?

Ok, Now what is weather?Weather refers to the condition of the atmosphere at a particular time and
place.
Very Good!
Ok, let’s give him a Very Good Clap!(Pupils doing the Very Good clap) 3. Motivation
Class I will teach you a song entitled “Did you ever
see a cloud” I want you all to sing, but I will sing
first and you will go next! Ok!

“DID YOU EVER SEE A CLOUD”

Did you ever see a cloud
A cloud a cloud
Did you ever see a cloud
That looked like a bear
A big one, a little one
A lazy one, a funny
Did you ever see a cloud
That looked like a bear?

Did you ever see a cloud
A cloud a cloud
Did you ever see a cloud
That looked like a plane
A big one, a little one
A fast one, a slow one
Did you ever see a cloud
That looked like a plane?

OK class, it’s your turn now. Sing!(students are singing)

VERY GOOD!
You all sang great!

What is the title of the song?The title of the song is “Did you ever see a cloud?”
Very Good!
What is the song all about?It’s all about clouds.
Yes! Correct it’s all about clouds.
Have you seen a clouds that looked
like a bear?No, ma’am but I’ve seen a clouds that
looked like a cotton candy.
B. Activity Proper

Now I will divide you in four groups, I have
here a puzzle and I want you to solve these.
Each group will have a leader and after
solving the puzzle the leader will stand in
front to explain the image that they get.

Ok let’s start!
(the teacher is giving them the puzzle)(The students are doing the activity)

Finished!
Let’s start with group one.

OH, it’s cirrus clouds image, what
can you say about this picture?(The leader is explaining her/his
observation about the picture)
Very Good!
Next group

You got stratus clouds image
Explain. (The leader is explaining her/his
observation about the picture)
Very Good!

Third group with cumulus clouds Image.(The leader is explaining her/his
observation about the picture)

Very Good!

The last one, ok what can you say
about nimbus clouds?(The leader is explaining her/his
observation about the picture)

Very Good!
You observed very well

C. Concept Formation

Based on our activity, what do you think
will be our lesson for today?It’s all about clouds.

Clouds are recognized and named for their shapes.

Meaning, clouds get their names according
to their shapes.

The different types of clouds are cirrus clouds,
stratus clouds, cumulus clouds, and nimbus clouds.

Ok let’s start with Cirrus clouds,
(The teacher will show a picture of cirrus clouds)

How will you describe cirrus clouds?Cirrus clouds are thin and feather-like.

Yes it is, as you can see in the picture the
lower part of...
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