(First Year High School)
After one (1) hour of discussion, each student: 1.1 identifies the general properties of matter 1.2 conducts an experiment about the properties of matter 1.3 perceives the importance of the properties of matter to everyday life
II. SUBJECT MATTER
2.1 Unit II, Chapter 3 2.2 Properties of Matter 2.3 Concepts:
Properties that are common to all types of matter are called general properties.
Mass is the amount of matter present in a body, object or substance.
Volume is the amount of space that an object occupies.
Density is the ratio of an object’s mass to its volume.
Weight is the measure of the gravitational force acting on a body or object.
2.4 Materials 2.4.1 References: Integrated Science I 2.4.2 Instructional Materials:
Blocks of wood
III. METHODOLOGY / PROCEDURE Teacher’s Activity
3.1. Daily Activities
3.1.1. Greetings & Prayer
“Good morning, class.” “Let us pray first. Lead us in prayer (Calls student)…”
“Good Morning, Sir!”
(One student will lead the prayer)
“Lord, help us in our work today give us concentration so that may we listen, understand, learn and have a peaceful mind and may we always remember that Jesus Christ is always with us.
3.1.2. Checking of Attendance
“Who are absent today?”
“I am glad to say that no one is absent today.”
“None Sir” 3.1.3. Checking of Assignment
“Ok class, who has no assignment, please raise your hand.”
“I am happy to hear that all of you has made your assignments. Now pass your papers to the front on the count of 10.”
“1, 2, … 10. All papers in?”