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SCIENCE AND HEALTH V

Date: ____________

I.Objective:
❖ Identify the members of the solar system

Values:Appreciate God’s creation.

II.Subject Matter:
Unit:The Solar System
Topic:Members of the Solar System

A.Science Concept/Idea:
❖ Sun Planets, planetoids, comets, meteor and meteorites are the members of the solar system.

B.Science Processes:
Observing and Identifying

C.Materials:
Illustration of nine (9) planets, sun, meteor, meteorites comet and activity card

References:
Science and Health V, Module by: Jessie Villegas and Celia Nacpil p. 100; Into the Future Science and Health, p. 250

III.Procedure:
A.Preparatory Activities:
1. Reading of Science news about members of the solar system.

B.Developmental Activities:
1.Motivation:
Close your eyes and imagine that you are in the outer space. Which celestial heavenly body do you want to see? Why?

2.Presentation:
Activities:
a. Show a diagram of the different members of the solar system. b. Let pupils name or identify the different members of the solar system. c. Ask: Which is the center of the solar system?

C.Concept Formation:
What are the members of the solar system?

D.Application:
After knowing the members of the solar system, how do you feel? In your own opinion who made it?

IV.Evaluation:
1. Identify the members of the solar system.
2. check (() the correct answer and cross (x) the wrong ones. ____ 1. sun____ 4. comets
____ 2. planets____ 5. rocks
____ 3. wind

V.Assignment:
1. To what group of heavenly bodies does planet Earth belong? 2. What is the center of the solar system?
3. What are the members of the solar system?
4. Where do members of the solar system revolve?

SCIENCE AND HEALTH V

Date: ____________

I.Objective:
❖ Describe the members of the solar system.

Values:Participate actively during group discussions. Keep an open mind to the ideas of others.

II.Subject Matter:
Unit:Characteristics of Stars
Topic:Kinds of Stars According to Size

A.Science Concept/Idea:
❖ The sun is the center of the solar system.
❖ The planets revolve around the sun. Rotate on its axis. ❖ The comets has a tail and a head.
❖ Meteor and meteoroids are known as a shooting star. ❖ Satellites revolve around a greater body.

B.Science Processes:
Observing and Describing

C.Materials:
Enlarged picture of the solar system with the members of the solar system

References:
Science and Health V, Module by: Jessie Villegas and Celia Nacpil

III.Procedure:
A.Preparatory Activities:
1.Review:
Name the members of the solar system.

B.Developmental Activities:
1.Motivation:
Can you differentiate each member from the others?

2.Presentation:
Activities:
a. Observe the enlarge picture of the solar system. b. Divide the class into (4) groups.
c. Let the group discuss the following questions.
1. What is the center of the solar system?
2. What revolves around the sun?
3. How big is the sun?
4. How many planets are there in the solar systems 5. Describe the planets.

C.Concept Formation:
Describe the members of the solar system.

D.Application:
To what members of the solar system does the Earth belong? If you happen to see a shooting star, what will you think about it?

IV.Evaluation:
1. The center of the solar system is the __________.
2. A heavenly body that has a tail and head is a __________ 3. Heavenly body that rotates on its axis and does not have its own light are the _________.

V.Assignment:
Research on the...
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