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4A's Detailed lesson plan in Science 3

Earth and Its Natural Resources

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4A's Detailed lesson plan in Science 3

  1. 1. 1 A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE III I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the pupils will be able to: a. identify renewable resources and nonrenewable resources. b. describe how living things benefit from the environment. c. protect and conserve the available natural resources. II. Subject Matter A Topic: Earth and Its Natural Resources B. Materials: Pictures; Cartolina; Print Materials C. Reference: Science Works Gregorio L. Jesuitas, pp. 244-247 D. Science Process: Observing, Communicating, Comparing, Classifying E. Value: Thank God for creating a wonderful environment to live in. III. Methodology Teacher’s Activity Pupil’s Activity A. Priming Activating Knowledge Learning Task 1-Review Last time we discussed about what? Is there any question about our past lesson? Alright, let us answer this statement by true or false. Everyone read the direction on the board. DIRECTION: Write TRUE on the blank if the statement is correct and FALSE if it is not correct. ___________ 1. People exposed to noisy engines without proper ear protection will likely damage their ears. Safe and wise use of light, heat, sound and electricity in daily life. No. . DIRECTION: Write TRUE on the blank if the statement is correct and FALSE if it is not correct. ___TRUE _ 1. People exposed to noisy engines without proper ear protection will likely damage their ears.
  2. 2. 2 ___________ 2. Play under the sun for long hours. ___________ 3. Do not insert your fingers or any small object into an outlet. ___________ 4. It is safe to use electrical appliances when wet. ___________ 5. Drink plenty of water and do not wait until you are thirsty to drink. Learning Task 2 – Motivation (Show a picture of the Earth) Class, what picture is on the board? When you look at the earth from the outer space, what does it look like? What do you think is the bluish color surface of the earth? Very good! Now class, how many percent of the earth’s surface is covered by water? Very good! As you look closer, what is the other color that you see? What does the green color represent on earth’s surface? Very good. How many percent of earth’s covered with land? Yes. Correct. ___FALSE__ 2. Play under the sun for long hours. ___TRUE __ 3. Do not insert your fingers or any small object into an outlet. __FALSE __ 4. It is safe to use electrical appliances when wet. __TRUE _ 5. Drink plenty of water and do not wait until you are thirsty to drink. The picture of the earth. Its looks like a blue marble. The bluish color that covers the surface of the earth is water. 75% of the earth’s surface is covered by water. Green. The green color represents the land. 25% of the land.
  3. 3. 3 Is earth also covered with air? What colors represent the air in this picture? Correct. Very good! B. Lesson Proper Learning Task 3 - Activity Now class, let us have picture puzzle. As you can see, I have here 4 envelopes. Inside it is the picture that you are going to form. I will divide you into two groups. Each group will have two envelopes to form. I will give you 5 minutes to do that. Is it clear? Group 1 Group 2 Learning Task 4 – Analysis Where do we find the animals? Correct. And what is environment? All things that we see in our surrounding are all part of the environment, including us. Yes it is covered with air. The white color represents the air. Yes it is. In the environment. Environment is everything that makes up the surroundings and affects the activities of living things. It consists of all living and non living things on earth.
  4. 4. 4 Can you give examples of living things? What do we call the things in the environment? What are natural resources? How do living things benefit from the environment? Correct. Now class let us go back with these two groups. There are two groups of natural resources. Can you identify the first picture in the first group? Does sunlight give us unlimited supply of light in a day? Very good! What about the other picture? Very good. Can animals be replaced? How? Correct. This group of natural resources was considered as renewable resources. What are renewable resources? Can you identify the pictures in the second group? If the first group are called renewable resources, how about the second group? . Why do you think petroleum and coal is under nonrenewable resources? Now class what are nonrenewable resources? Do you think the improper use of this nonrenewable resources good in our environment? Why? Human, plants and animals Natural resources. A natural resource is anything that people can use which comes from nature like land, water and air. Without water, air and land, living things cannot exist, so they are dependent upon the environment. Sunlight. Yes it does. Animals. Yes. It can replace through reproduction. Renewable resources are natural resources that can be replaced or renewed within a short period of time. Petroleum and Coal. Non-renewable resources Because it takes a long period of time to replace it. Nonrenewable resources are natural resources that cannot be easily replaced within a short period of time. They can take hundreds or even million years to form. No. Because it can cause pollution that is very harmful to our environment. .
  5. 5. 5 Do you have any idea what are the uses of these nonrenewable resources? So, what do we need to do to those nonrenewable resources? Very good. How do we prevent pollution? Very good! Is it important to conserve and protect our natural resources? Why? What do we need in order to survive? Correct! What is the effective way to conserve our natural resources? What are the things that can be recycling? Very good! Learning Task 5 – Abstraction Again class what are natural resources? Correct. What are the two groups of natural resources? Correct. What are renewable resources? Very good! Give me examples of renewable resources. Correct. What are nonrenewable resources? Correct. What do we need to do to those nonrenewable resources? Those are use for running electricity and energy. We need to use them wisely. We can prevent pollution by proper disposal of these nonrenewable resources. Yes it is. Because we need it to survive. We need the Earth’s natural resources. Recycling. Bottles, newspaper, magazines, boxes etc. Natural resources are the naturally occurring materials that are used by living things. Renewable and nonrenewable. Renewable resources are the natural resources that can be replenish in a short period of time. Sunlight, water, air, plants and animals. Nonrenewable resources are the natural resources that cannot be easily to replaced within a short period of time. We need to use it wisely.
  6. 6. 6 IV. Evaluation Write R on the blank if the material is renewable and N if it is nonrenewable. _______ 1. Stars _______ 2. LPG _______ 3. Kerosene _______ 4. Vegetables _______ 5. Tree V. Assignment List at least 5 natural resources found in the Philippines. Learning Task 6 – Application Now class, I want you to look under your chair. As you can see some of you have the picture. I will call you one by one and then you will tell what is in the picture then identify what group of resources is that. Is it clear class? Moon Nuclear Renewable Resources Nonrenewable Resources Water Crude Oil Renewable Resources Nonrenewable Resources Fruits Fuel Renewable Resources Nonrenewable Resources
  7. 7. 7 A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE 3 “EARTH AND ITS NATURAL RESOURCES” (Renewable and Nonrenewable) DR. LITO F. NOROÑA Director Teacher Education Program MR. REDENTOR L. ABADIER Principal Director, UCSIPS MRS. ARIZA VIDAL Cooperating Teacher JANE H. BASTO Student Teacher

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