# Lesson Plan in Integrated Science- Phases of the Moon

Topics: Moon, Lunar phase, Month Pages: 7 (1032 words) Published: March 11, 2014

DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN INTEGRATED SCIENCE

Competency: Know the difference between Living and Non- living Things

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1. Identify the Phases of the Moon.
2. Differentiate the Phases of the Moon from one another.
3. Appreciate the importance of the Moon during nighttime.
4. Relate the occurrence of Tides and changes of Moon Phases.

II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: Phases of the Moon
References: Integrated Science 2010 SEC Compliant pp. 300- 303
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Instructional Materials:
LaptopLCD Projector
Pictures
III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES/ STRATEGIES
Preparation
Teacher’s Activity
Prayer
Checking of Attendance
Collecting of Assignment
Review

Now, let us recall what you have learned from our last discussion.

What was our lesson last meeting?

That’s right, thank you. So, what are the basic components of an Electric Circuit.

Motivation
Class, I have here an image of our Planet Earth’s Sky and the moon. (Teacher shows the image via PowerPoint Presentation.)
What does it mean for you?

Student’s Activity

Ma’am, our lesson last meeting was all about Electric Circuit.

The basic components of Electric Circuit are bulb(

Ma’am it shows the moon’s mysterious shape.
Very good! Before we will start our new lesson, everyone kindly read first the objectives that we are going to achieve at the end of the period.

Activity
Let us perform an activity. Group yourselves into two. These sets of chairs are Group One and the other side is Group Two. Select your group leader and secretary.
Secretaries of the groups list down your members in a crosswise of yellow paper.

Please listen to the procedure. I have scattered twenty different phases of the moon inside this classroom. It is up to your members to find it. There are phases of the moon with stars these are equal to two points, while the other containing a dot is one point. The group that would get the most earn points would win. Do the activity for only 5 minutes. Here are the rubrics for you to be guided.

Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1. Identify the Phases of the Moon.
2. Differentiate the Phases of the Moon from one another.
3. Appreciate and value the importance of the lesson during nighttime.
4. Relate the occurrence of Tides and the changes of Moon Phases.

RUBRICS

5

4

3

Teamwork
All members of the group participate in the given task.
1 member of the group failed to participate in the given task. 2 to 4 members of the group failed to participate in the given task.

Behavior

All members work quietly.

1 member of the group makes noise.

2 to 4 members of the group make noise.

Promptness
The group presents the work before the time.

The group presents the work on time.
The group presents the work 2 to 3 minutes late.

(Students will perform the activity)

Analysis
During the activity that we had, what did you feel?

Very good! Another

Okay, that was nice. Class from the activity that we had, how many phases of the moon are there?

Very good!

Abstraction
Let us now proceed to our discussion about the eight phases of the moon. Students, there are amounts of reflecting light that we see from the moon every night this is what they call, “phases of the moon”. They are as follows: New Moon- occurs first, it presents no light at all.

Second is Waxing Crescent
Third is First Quarter
Waxing Gibbous
Full Moon- total illuminated
Waning Gibbous

Ma’am, I felt happy because the activity enables the class to cooperate.

Ma’am, we were astonished because the activity was like...

Integrated Science 2010 SEC Compliant pp. 300- 303
http://www.worldofteaching.com