Syllabus-Teaching-Science-2022-2023 (2).docx

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QUEZONIAN EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE,INC
COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
ATIMONAN, QUEZON
SY 2022 -2023 1st Sem
COURSE CODE: GE 9 BEED 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E
Subject Code/Title: TEACHING SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY GRADES (CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY)
Instructor: IDA DELGADO MANALO
Course Title Teaching Science in the Elementary Grades (Biology and Chemistry)
Course Description The course includes understanding of spiraling basic science concepts and application of science inquiry in Chemistry and Biology and
the use of teaching strategies in elementary science, development of instructional materials and assessment. Content topic in Chemistry
include properties and structure of matter and change that matter undergo. In Biology, content topics includes Parts and Functions of
Animals and Plants, Heredity: Inheritance and variation, Biodiversity and Evolution and Ecosystems.
Course Credit 3 Units
Contact Hours 54 hours
Pre-requisite None
Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the students must have:
1. Describe the science framework in K to 12 Curriculum
2. Explained the spiralling progression and mastered the basic science concepts in Chemistry and Biology for the elementary level.
3. Gained pedagogical knowledge and utilized variety of effective strategies for teaching & learning scienc.
4. Developed skills in making appropriate instructional support materials.
5. Utilized technology to promote creativity and innovations in elementary science
6. Assessed learning through the use of used appropriate tools/techniques.
7. Practiced scientific inquiry, positive attitudes and values in teaching science in the elementary grades.
EXPECTED LEARNING
OUTCOMES
COURSE
CONTENT/SUBJECT
MATTER
Method of Teaching
TEACHING-
LEARNING
MATERIALS
Learning Enrichment
Activity
ASSESSMENT
OF
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
(ALO)
Introduction
At the end of the module 1 the students
must have:
A. Recited the Vision and Mission
of QECI
B. Described the DepEd Science
framework in K to 12
C. Discussed the 50 effective ways
Vision and Mission of QECI
Science Framework for K to 12
50 Effective Ways of Teaching
Orientation
Teacher-led presentation and
discussion
Lecture(PowerpointPresentation)
Class Discussion
Powerpoint
slides
Real Objects of
different shapes
and sizes
Pictures of of
objects in solid,
Activity: Recitation
of QEC Vision &
Mission with
blindfold
Illustrate and explain
the science
framework in K to 12
Reflection
Paper
Oral online quiz
Formative test
Summative test
of teaching science
D. Identified the contents of
science in spiral arrangement;
and
E. Identified the appropriate
pedagogy(process)) to use for
science contents in the
elementary level.
PART 1 CHEMISTRY: Matter
At the end of Module 1, students must
have:
A. Observed, described , and
classified materials based on
their noticeable physical
characteristics;
B. Grouped materials
according to their properties.
C. Differentiated physical &
chemical properties of
matter; and
D. Described mixtures and
their properties
MODULE 2(CHEMISTRY)
At the end of Module 2, the students
must have:
A. Identified changes that materials
undergo;
B. Described harmful and useful
changes;
C. Inferred changes due to
Science
Contents of Elementary Science
in a Spiral Approach
Processes and strategies in the
Teaching of Science in the
Elementary Level
Module 1 Properties of Matter
Lesson 1. Solid, Liquid, & Gas
(Grade 3)
Lesson 2. Grouping Materials
Based on Properties (Grade 4)
Lesson 3. Physical & Chemical
Properties of Matter: Useful &
Harmful Materials (Grade 5)
Lesson 4. Mixtures and their
Characteristics (Grade 6)
MODULE 2: CHANGES THAT
MATTERIAL UNDERGO
Lesson 1. Changes that materials
Undergo (Grade 3)
Lesson 2. Changes that Materials
Undergo: Useful and Harmful
Self-Reading
Reflection
Student-led presentation and
discussion
Hands-on activites
liquid or
gaseous states
Charts
Digital
references
Describe the 5Es in
science lesson
planning
Describe the 4As in
lesson planning
*Hands-on group
activities on:
a. describing an
object’s shape and
space it occupies
b. b. classifying
objects and
materials into
solids, liquids,
gases based on
their observable
characteristics
*Individual activity-
listing a number of
solids, liquids,gases
and other objects in
doubt of classification
and reasons thereof
* give a picture of a
body of water full of
waste-identify objects
that are floating on
water and infer what
objects can be found
below it.
*Hands-on activities
20 word essay
on given topics
Concept Map
Poster Making
Create power
point on
prescribed
topics
Prepare a Lesson
Plan using the 5
Es in science
lesson Planning
Oxygen; and
D. Described ways of separating
mixtures.
PART 2 BIOLOGY:
LIVING THINGS AND THEIR
ENVIRONMENT
At the end of Module 1, students must
have:
A. Described the human sense
organs and how to take care of
these organs;
B. Discussed the major body
organs in humans; and
C. Described the structure and
functions of the male and
female human reproductive
systems
D. Discussed the functions of the
the different body organs and
how the body works as a system
At the end of Module 2, the
students must have:
A. Inferred that living
organisms reproduce;
B. Identified some traits that
(Grade 4)
Lesson 3. Changes that Materials
Undergo Due to Oxygen (Grade
5)
Lesson 4. Separating Mixtures
(Grade 6)
Module 1 Parts and Functions of
Human Being
Lesson 1. Human Sense Organ
(Grade 3
Lesson 2. Human Major
Organs (Grade 4)
Lesson 3. Male & Female
Reproductive System (Grade
5)
Lesson 4. The Human Organ
Systems at Work (Grade 6)
Module 2 Heredity:
Inheritance and Variation
Lesson 1. Living Things
Reproduce(Grade 3)
Lesson 2. Life Cycles of
Humans, Animals & Plants
(Grade 4)
on classifying
materials (float or
sink); absorbent or
non-absorbent)
 Home activity on
products of decay
and their effects on
our health
 Group activity-
brainstorming and
determining
whether household
materials are
useful or harmful
 Preparing a matrix
of
materials/products
that are known to
be useful and
explain how these
materials become
harmful to man.
Hands-on activities on
effects of heat on some
materials
Hands on activities on
changing the form of
solids by hammering,
pressing, bending and
cutting
Cooperative problem
solving activities on:
1. Materials
are passed on from parents
to offspring through
reproduction;
C. Described human
developmental changes;
D. Described life cycles in
animals and plants; and
E. Defined sexual and asexual
reproduction in animals and
plants.
At the end of Module 3,
students must have:
A. Characterized living and
nonliving things;
B. Described that different
living things are found
in different places since
they have body parts that
enable them to live;
C. Discussed that animals
and plants are important
to humans;
D. Identified that
reproductive structures
serve as one of the bases
for classifying living
things; and
E. Discussed that plants
and animals share
common characteristics
which serve as bases for
classification.
At the end of Module 4,
students must have:
Lesson 3. Reproduction
Among Flowering Plants
(Grade 5)
Lesson 4.Reproduction in Non-
Flowering Plants (Grade 6)
Module 3. Biodiversity and
Evolution
Lesson 1. Animals and Plants ,
Functions and Importance to
Humans (Grade 3)
Lesson 2. Plants and Animals
Habitat
Lesson 3. Reproductive
Structures of Plants and
Animals (Grade 5)
Lesson 4. Common
Characteristics of Animals and
Plants for Classification
(Grade 6)
Module 4 Ecosystem
Lesson 1. Living Things
Depend on Their Environment
change when
exposed to
temperature or
when mixed
with other
materials; 2.
Changes that
are harmful and
useful to ones’
environment
2. What makes
the apple turn
brown?
3. Effect of water
on steel wool
4. Activity on
separating
mixtures
A. Identified the basic
needs of plants and
animals;
B. Explained how living
things depend on the
environment to meet
their basic needs;
C. Discussed the
interactions among
living things and
nonliving things in
tropical rainforests, coral
reefs and
estuaries/mangrove
swamps; and
D. Recognized that there is
a need to conserve and
protect the environment.
for Basic Needs
Lesson 2. Beneficial and
Harmful Interactions among
Living Things (Grade 4)
Lesson 3. Interaction in
Estuaries & Intertidal Zones
(Grade 5)
Lesson 4.Interactions Among
Living Things in Coral Reefs
& Tropical Rainforests(Grade
6)
COURSE OUTLINE
Week TOPIC
1 Vision and Mission of QECI
School and Classroom Policies and Grading System
Course Introduction /Course Requirements
2 50 Innovative Teaching Methods in Science
3- Science Teaching
Spiral Progression in Science
Conceptual Learning
Constructing Generalizations
Developing science inquiry skills
4-6 Structure and Properties of Matter
a. The Atomic Theories
b. The Atomic Structure
c. The Periodic Table/Periodicity of Properties
d. Electronic Structure
e. Bonding Theories
f. Physical and Chemical Properties of Substances based on composition and structure
g. States of Matter
Lesson Planning and IMs Preparation
7-8 The Cell as the Basic Unit of Life
The Cell Theory
Parts and Functions
Prokaryotic And Eukaryotic Cells
Cell Types and Modifications
Lesson Planning & Designing of Instructional Materials
9-10 Plants
Types of Plants
Parts and Functions
Uses of Plants
Laboratory Activity(Plant Tissues)
Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
11-12 Animals
Vertebrates vs. Invertebrates
Body Systems (Parts & Functions)
Laboratory Activity (Animal Tissues)
Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
Midterm Examination
13-14 Heredity: Inheritance & Variation
Mendelian Genetics(Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance)
Modification of Mendelian Genetics
Pedigree Analysis
Genetically Modified Organisms(GMOs)
Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
15-16 Biodiversity & Evolution
Theories & Mechanism of Evolution
The Geologic Time Scale
Evidences of Evolution
Patterns of Natural Selection
Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
17-18 Ecosystem
Components
Processes
Energy Transformation
Biogeochemical Cycle
Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
References Morano, Lourdes N. et al Fundamentals of Biology 1
Claveria, Florencia G. et al TG for SHS Biology 1 and 2. CHED 2016
http://www.lincoln.edu/academicaffairs/reports03-04/edu314syll.pdf
https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED521576.pdf
https://www.deped.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Science-CG_with-tagged-sci-
equipment_revised.pdf
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  • 1. QUEZONIAN EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE,INC COLLEGE DEPARTMENT ATIMONAN, QUEZON SY 2022 -2023 1st Sem COURSE CODE: GE 9 BEED 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E Subject Code/Title: TEACHING SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY GRADES (CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY) Instructor: IDA DELGADO MANALO Course Title Teaching Science in the Elementary Grades (Biology and Chemistry) Course Description The course includes understanding of spiraling basic science concepts and application of science inquiry in Chemistry and Biology and the use of teaching strategies in elementary science, development of instructional materials and assessment. Content topic in Chemistry include properties and structure of matter and change that matter undergo. In Biology, content topics includes Parts and Functions of Animals and Plants, Heredity: Inheritance and variation, Biodiversity and Evolution and Ecosystems. Course Credit 3 Units Contact Hours 54 hours Pre-requisite None Course Outcomes At the end of the course, the students must have: 1. Describe the science framework in K to 12 Curriculum 2. Explained the spiralling progression and mastered the basic science concepts in Chemistry and Biology for the elementary level. 3. Gained pedagogical knowledge and utilized variety of effective strategies for teaching & learning scienc. 4. Developed skills in making appropriate instructional support materials. 5. Utilized technology to promote creativity and innovations in elementary science 6. Assessed learning through the use of used appropriate tools/techniques. 7. Practiced scientific inquiry, positive attitudes and values in teaching science in the elementary grades. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES COURSE CONTENT/SUBJECT MATTER Method of Teaching TEACHING- LEARNING MATERIALS Learning Enrichment Activity ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES (ALO) Introduction At the end of the module 1 the students must have: A. Recited the Vision and Mission of QECI B. Described the DepEd Science framework in K to 12 C. Discussed the 50 effective ways Vision and Mission of QECI Science Framework for K to 12 50 Effective Ways of Teaching Orientation Teacher-led presentation and discussion Lecture(PowerpointPresentation) Class Discussion Powerpoint slides Real Objects of different shapes and sizes Pictures of of objects in solid, Activity: Recitation of QEC Vision & Mission with blindfold Illustrate and explain the science framework in K to 12 Reflection Paper Oral online quiz Formative test Summative test
  • 2. of teaching science D. Identified the contents of science in spiral arrangement; and E. Identified the appropriate pedagogy(process)) to use for science contents in the elementary level. PART 1 CHEMISTRY: Matter At the end of Module 1, students must have: A. Observed, described , and classified materials based on their noticeable physical characteristics; B. Grouped materials according to their properties. C. Differentiated physical & chemical properties of matter; and D. Described mixtures and their properties MODULE 2(CHEMISTRY) At the end of Module 2, the students must have: A. Identified changes that materials undergo; B. Described harmful and useful changes; C. Inferred changes due to Science Contents of Elementary Science in a Spiral Approach Processes and strategies in the Teaching of Science in the Elementary Level Module 1 Properties of Matter Lesson 1. Solid, Liquid, & Gas (Grade 3) Lesson 2. Grouping Materials Based on Properties (Grade 4) Lesson 3. Physical & Chemical Properties of Matter: Useful & Harmful Materials (Grade 5) Lesson 4. Mixtures and their Characteristics (Grade 6) MODULE 2: CHANGES THAT MATTERIAL UNDERGO Lesson 1. Changes that materials Undergo (Grade 3) Lesson 2. Changes that Materials Undergo: Useful and Harmful Self-Reading Reflection Student-led presentation and discussion Hands-on activites liquid or gaseous states Charts Digital references Describe the 5Es in science lesson planning Describe the 4As in lesson planning *Hands-on group activities on: a. describing an object’s shape and space it occupies b. b. classifying objects and materials into solids, liquids, gases based on their observable characteristics *Individual activity- listing a number of solids, liquids,gases and other objects in doubt of classification and reasons thereof * give a picture of a body of water full of waste-identify objects that are floating on water and infer what objects can be found below it. *Hands-on activities 20 word essay on given topics Concept Map Poster Making Create power point on prescribed topics Prepare a Lesson Plan using the 5 Es in science lesson Planning
  • 3. Oxygen; and D. Described ways of separating mixtures. PART 2 BIOLOGY: LIVING THINGS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT At the end of Module 1, students must have: A. Described the human sense organs and how to take care of these organs; B. Discussed the major body organs in humans; and C. Described the structure and functions of the male and female human reproductive systems D. Discussed the functions of the the different body organs and how the body works as a system At the end of Module 2, the students must have: A. Inferred that living organisms reproduce; B. Identified some traits that (Grade 4) Lesson 3. Changes that Materials Undergo Due to Oxygen (Grade 5) Lesson 4. Separating Mixtures (Grade 6) Module 1 Parts and Functions of Human Being Lesson 1. Human Sense Organ (Grade 3 Lesson 2. Human Major Organs (Grade 4) Lesson 3. Male & Female Reproductive System (Grade 5) Lesson 4. The Human Organ Systems at Work (Grade 6) Module 2 Heredity: Inheritance and Variation Lesson 1. Living Things Reproduce(Grade 3) Lesson 2. Life Cycles of Humans, Animals & Plants (Grade 4) on classifying materials (float or sink); absorbent or non-absorbent)  Home activity on products of decay and their effects on our health  Group activity- brainstorming and determining whether household materials are useful or harmful  Preparing a matrix of materials/products that are known to be useful and explain how these materials become harmful to man. Hands-on activities on effects of heat on some materials Hands on activities on changing the form of solids by hammering, pressing, bending and cutting Cooperative problem solving activities on: 1. Materials
  • 4. are passed on from parents to offspring through reproduction; C. Described human developmental changes; D. Described life cycles in animals and plants; and E. Defined sexual and asexual reproduction in animals and plants. At the end of Module 3, students must have: A. Characterized living and nonliving things; B. Described that different living things are found in different places since they have body parts that enable them to live; C. Discussed that animals and plants are important to humans; D. Identified that reproductive structures serve as one of the bases for classifying living things; and E. Discussed that plants and animals share common characteristics which serve as bases for classification. At the end of Module 4, students must have: Lesson 3. Reproduction Among Flowering Plants (Grade 5) Lesson 4.Reproduction in Non- Flowering Plants (Grade 6) Module 3. Biodiversity and Evolution Lesson 1. Animals and Plants , Functions and Importance to Humans (Grade 3) Lesson 2. Plants and Animals Habitat Lesson 3. Reproductive Structures of Plants and Animals (Grade 5) Lesson 4. Common Characteristics of Animals and Plants for Classification (Grade 6) Module 4 Ecosystem Lesson 1. Living Things Depend on Their Environment change when exposed to temperature or when mixed with other materials; 2. Changes that are harmful and useful to ones’ environment 2. What makes the apple turn brown? 3. Effect of water on steel wool 4. Activity on separating mixtures
  • 5. A. Identified the basic needs of plants and animals; B. Explained how living things depend on the environment to meet their basic needs; C. Discussed the interactions among living things and nonliving things in tropical rainforests, coral reefs and estuaries/mangrove swamps; and D. Recognized that there is a need to conserve and protect the environment. for Basic Needs Lesson 2. Beneficial and Harmful Interactions among Living Things (Grade 4) Lesson 3. Interaction in Estuaries & Intertidal Zones (Grade 5) Lesson 4.Interactions Among Living Things in Coral Reefs & Tropical Rainforests(Grade 6) COURSE OUTLINE Week TOPIC 1 Vision and Mission of QECI School and Classroom Policies and Grading System Course Introduction /Course Requirements 2 50 Innovative Teaching Methods in Science 3- Science Teaching Spiral Progression in Science Conceptual Learning Constructing Generalizations Developing science inquiry skills 4-6 Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 6. a. The Atomic Theories b. The Atomic Structure c. The Periodic Table/Periodicity of Properties d. Electronic Structure e. Bonding Theories f. Physical and Chemical Properties of Substances based on composition and structure g. States of Matter Lesson Planning and IMs Preparation 7-8 The Cell as the Basic Unit of Life The Cell Theory Parts and Functions Prokaryotic And Eukaryotic Cells Cell Types and Modifications Lesson Planning & Designing of Instructional Materials 9-10 Plants Types of Plants Parts and Functions Uses of Plants Laboratory Activity(Plant Tissues) Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs 11-12 Animals Vertebrates vs. Invertebrates Body Systems (Parts & Functions) Laboratory Activity (Animal Tissues) Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs Midterm Examination 13-14 Heredity: Inheritance & Variation Mendelian Genetics(Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance) Modification of Mendelian Genetics Pedigree Analysis Genetically Modified Organisms(GMOs) Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs 15-16 Biodiversity & Evolution Theories & Mechanism of Evolution The Geologic Time Scale Evidences of Evolution Patterns of Natural Selection Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs
  • 7. 17-18 Ecosystem Components Processes Energy Transformation Biogeochemical Cycle Lesson Planning & Designing of IMs References Morano, Lourdes N. et al Fundamentals of Biology 1 Claveria, Florencia G. et al TG for SHS Biology 1 and 2. CHED 2016 http://www.lincoln.edu/academicaffairs/reports03-04/edu314syll.pdf https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED521576.pdf https://www.deped.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Science-CG_with-tagged-sci- equipment_revised.pdf