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School: MACUGAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level: V

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: MATHLEEN G. DESCALZO Learning Area: SCIENCE


DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: FEBRUARY 11 – 15, 2019 (WEEK 5) Quarter: 4TH QUARTER

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards weather disturbances and their effects on the environment.
B. Performance Standards prepares individual emergencykit.
C. Learning 1.Describe the effects of typhoon on the community
Competencies/Objectives 2.Prepares individual emergency kit
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II. CONTENT Effects of Typhoon on the Community
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Science Teacher’s Guide pp. 327-335
2. Learner’s Material pages
3. Textbook pages Internet/Science Learner’s Material pp.
288-296
4. Additional Materials from https://www.google.com.ph/#q=sample+activities+for+the+topic+effects+of+typhoon+on+the+community
Learning Resource (LR) portal http://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/kts/bsc-kt-en.aspx
http://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/kts/index-en.aspx
https://www.google.com.ph/#q=meaning+and+sample+of+emergency+kit+
B. Other Learning Resources Charts, short film, pictures, emergency kit, box, manila paper, pentel pen,

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson Review
or presenting the new changes in the
lesson weather before, during and after
a typhoon;
B. Establishing a purpose for the A.Engagement: Day 3: Day 4:
lesson 1.Let the pupils tell about their nice A.Engagement: A.Engagement:
and not so nice experiences during 1.Show pictures of places What are the most important
rainy days, windy days, and sunny affected with typhoon. things to prepare in case there is a
days. 2.Ask: typhoon?
2.Ask: What do you think was the
What happen if there were storm signal raised in this
storm/typhoon on our community place?
What do you think is the
extent of damage in this
situation?
C. Presentingexamples/instances Day 1: (Film viewing about
of the new lesson typhoons)
D. Discussing new concepts and B.Exploration: Day 2: B.Exploration: C.Explanation:
practicing new skills #1 Say: D.Elaboration: 1.Group the pupils into four. Let the pupils explain the usage of
1.Class everybody let us watch 1.Ask: 2.Refer to LM Activity – Role all things they they’ve got from
these videos. What are/ describe the effects of Playing the box.
2.Answer the activity sheet No.1 typhoon on the community base
page¬____ on what you are viewed
yesterday?
2.Discuss further.
3.The pupils do the Activity No. 2
on the LM, Group Activity, page
___
E. Discussing new concepts and C.Explanation: Background Information for C.Explanation: D.Elaboration/Extension:
practicing new skills #2 Group presentation and discussion. Teachers: Let the groups present their The teacher discuss further the
Effects of Typhoons: play. usage and importance of each
1.People’s lives are in extreme D.Elaboration/Extension: thing in the emergency kit.
danger during typhoons. In many The teacher discuss further Background Information for
newspaper reports, one reads about the effects of typhoon Teachers:
about several deaths due to on the community. Emergency Kits
flooding or serious injury from In an emergency, you will need
being hit by heavy objects. some basic supplies. You may
2.Infrastructures like houses and need to get by without power or
buildings in seriously affected tap water. Be prepared to be self-
areas may be damaged beyond sufficient for at least 72 hours.
repair. You may have some of the items
3.Fruit trees are uprooted and already, such as food, water and a
other garden plants are damaged. battery operated or wind-up
4.Many crops are destroyed, thus, flashlight. The key is to make sure
there is very few harvest. they are organized and easy to
5.Farm animals are left homeless. find. Would you be able to find
6.Classes are suspended to keep your flashlight in the dark? Make
students safe in their homes. sure your kit is easy to carry and
7.Rain water can soften the soil everyone in the household knows
and cause landslide which can bury where it is. Keep it in a backpack,
lives and properties. duffle bag or suitcase with wheels,
Science Toolbox in an easy-to-reach, accessible
Some weather instruments used by place, such as your front-hall
weathermen are: closet. If you have many people in
a.Barometer – for measuring air your household, your emergency
pressure kit could get heavy.
b.Pilot balloons – used in observing It's a good idea to separate some
conditions in the upper of these supplies in backpacks.
atmosphere That way, your kit will be more
c.Thermometer – for measuring air portable and each person can
temperature personalize his or her own grab-
d.Weather radar and radiosonde – and-go emergency kit.
for observing atmospheric in the Basic Emergency Kit
upper atmosphere You may have some of these basic
emergency kit items already, such
as a flashlight, battery-operated
radio, food, water and blankets.
The key is to make sure they are
organized, easy to find and easy
to carry (in a suitcase with wheels
or in a backpack) in case you need
to evacuate your home. Whatever
you do, don't wait for a disaster to
happen.
Refer to LM.
F. Developing mastery
(Leads to Formative Assessment
3)
G. Finding practical applications of
concepts and skills in daily
living
H. Making generalizations and
abstractions about the lesson
I. Evaluating learning E.Evaluation: Day 5
Recite atleast three(3) effects of E.Evaluation:
typhoon in the people and in the A.Write five(5) effects of
environment on the community. typhoon on the community.
B.Write five(5) things in the
emergency kit.

J. Additional activities for Assignment:


application or remediation Cut off pictures on the
magazine or newspaper about
the effects of typhoon and
paste it on your notebook and
write something what you feel
after you see that pictures.
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned ___Lesson carried. Move on to the ___Lesson carried. Move on to the ___Lesson carried. Move on ___Lesson carried. Move on to ___Lesson carried. Move on
80% in the evaluation next objective. next objective. to the next objective. the next objective. to the next objective.
___Lesson not carried. ___Lesson not carried. ___Lesson not carried. ___Lesson not carried. ___Lesson not carried.
_____% of the pupils got 80% _____% of the pupils got 80% _____% of the pupils got 80% _____% of the pupils got 80% _____% of the pupils got 80%
mastery mastery mastery mastery mastery
B. No. of learners who require ___Pupils did not find difficulties in ___Pupils did not find difficulties in ___Pupils did not find ___Pupils did not find difficulties ___Pupils did not find
additional activities for answering their lesson. answering their lesson. difficulties in answering their in answering their lesson. difficulties in answering their
remediation who scored below ___Pupils found difficulties in ___Pupils found difficulties in lesson. ___Pupils found difficulties in lesson.
80% answering their lesson. answering their lesson. ___Pupils found difficulties in answering their lesson. ___Pupils found difficulties in
___Pupils did not enjoy the lesson ___Pupils did not enjoy the lesson answering their lesson. ___Pupils did not enjoy the lesson answering their lesson.
because of lack of knowledge, because of lack of knowledge, ___Pupils did not enjoy the because of lack of knowledge, ___Pupils did not enjoy the
skills and interest about the lesson. skills and interest about the lesson because of lack of skills and interest about the lesson because of lack of
___Pupils were interested on the lesson. knowledge, skills and interest lesson. knowledge, skills and interest
lesson, despite of some difficulties ___Pupils were interested on the about the lesson. ___Pupils were interested on the about the lesson.
encountered in answering the lesson, despite of some difficulties ___Pupils were interested lesson, despite of some ___Pupils were interested on
questions asked by the teacher. encountered in answering the on the lesson, despite of difficulties encountered in the lesson, despite of some
___Pupils mastered the lesson questions asked by the teacher. some difficulties encountered answering the questions asked by difficulties encountered in
despite of limited resources used ___Pupils mastered the lesson in answering the questions the teacher. answering the questions
by the teacher. despite of limited resources used asked by the teacher. ___Pupils mastered the lesson asked by the teacher.
___Majority of the pupils finished by the teacher. ___Pupils mastered the despite of limited resources used ___Pupils mastered the lesson
their work on time. ___Majority of the pupils finished lesson despite of limited by the teacher. despite of limited resources
___Some pupils did not finish their their work on time. resources used by the ___Majority of the pupils finished used by the teacher.
work on time due to unnecessary ___Some pupils did not finish their teacher. their work on time. ___Majority of the pupils
behavior. work on time due to unnecessary ___Majority of the pupils ___Some pupils did not finish finished their work on time.
behavior. finished their work on time. their work on time due to ___Some pupils did not finish
___Some pupils did not finish unnecessary behavior. their work on time due to
their work on time due to unnecessary behavior.
unnecessary behavior.

C. Did the remedial lessons work? ___ of Learners who earned 80% ___ of Learners who earned 80% ___ of Learners who earned ___ of Learners who earned 80% ___ of Learners who earned
No. of learners who have above above 80% above above 80% above
caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to ___ of Learners who require ___ of Learners who require ___ of Learners who require ___ of Learners who require ___ of Learners who require
require remediation additional activities for remediation additional activities for additional activities for additional activities for additional activities for
remediation remediation remediation remediation

E. Which of my teaching strategies ___Yes ___No ___Yes ___No ___Yes ___No ___Yes ___No ___Yes ___No
worked well? Why did these ____ of Learners who caught up ____ of Learners who caught up ____ of Learners who caught ____ of Learners who caught up ____ of Learners who caught
work? the lesson the lesson up the lesson the lesson up the lesson
F. What difficulties did I ___ of Learners who continue to ___ of Learners who continue to ___ of Learners who continue ___ of Learners who continue to ___ of Learners who continue
encounter which my principal require remediation require remediation to require remediation require remediation to require remediation
or supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or localized Strategies used that work well: Strategies used that work well: Strategies used that work Strategies used that work well: Strategies used that work
materials did I use/discover  ___Metacognitive Development:  ___Metacognitive Development: well:  ___Metacognitive Development: well:
which I wish to share with other Examples: Self assessments, note Examples: Self assessments, note  ___Metacognitive Examples: Self assessments, note ___Metacognitive
teachers? taking and studying techniques, taking and studying techniques, Development: Examples: Self taking and studying techniques, Development: Examples: Self
and vocabulary assignments. and vocabulary assignments. assessments, note taking and and vocabulary assignments. assessments, note taking and
 ___Bridging: Examples: Think-pair- ___Bridging: Examples: Think-pair- studying techniques, and  ___Bridging: Examples: Think- studying techniques, and
share, quick-writes, and share, quick-writes, and vocabulary assignments. pair-share, quick-writes, and vocabulary assignments.
anticipatory charts. anticipatory charts.  ___Bridging: Examples: anticipatory charts.  ___Bridging: Examples: Think-
  Think-pair-share, quick-
 pair-share, quick-writes, and
 ___Schema-Building: Examples: ___Schema-Building: Examples: writes, and anticipatory
 ___Schema-Building: Examples: anticipatory charts.
Compare and contrast, jigsaw Compare and contrast, jigsaw charts. 
Compare and contrast, jigsaw
learning, peer teaching, and 
learning, peer teaching, and 
learning, peer teaching, and ___Schema-Building:
projects. projects.  ___Schema-Building: projects. Examples: Compare and
  Examples: Compare and  contrast, jigsaw learning, peer
contrast, jigsaw learning, peer teaching, and projects.
 ___Contextualization:  ___Contextualization:  ___Contextualization:
teaching, and projects. 
 Examples: Demonstrations, media,  Examples: Demonstrations, media,  Examples: Demonstrations,
manipulatives, repetition, and local 
manipulatives, repetition, and local 
media, manipulatives, repetition, ___Contextualization:
opportunities. opportunities.  ___Contextualization: and local opportunities.  Examples: Demonstrations,
   Examples: Demonstrations,  media, manipulatives,
media, manipulatives, repetition, and local
 ___Text Representation:  ___Text Representation:  ___Text Representation:
repetition, and local opportunities.
 Examples: Student 
created Examples: Student created
opportunities.  Examples: Student created
drawings, videos, and games. drawings, videos, and games. drawings, videos, and games. ___Text Representation:
  Examples: Student created
 ___Modeling: Examples: Speaking  ___Modeling: Examples: Speaking  ___Modeling: Examples: Speaking
slowly and clearly, modeling the slowly and clearly, modeling the ___Text Representation: slowly and clearly, modeling the drawings, videos, and games.
language you want students to use, language you want students to  Examples: Student created language you want students to  ___Modeling: Examples:
and providing samples of student use, and providing samples of drawings, videos, and games. use, and providing samples of Speaking slowly and clearly,
work. student work.  ___Modeling: Examples: student work. modeling the language you
Speaking slowly and clearly, want students to use, and
Other Techniques and Strategies Other Techniques and Strategies modeling the language you Other Techniques and Strategies providing samples of student
used: used: want students to use, and used: work.
___ Explicit Teaching ___ Explicit Teaching providing samples of student ___ Explicit Teaching Other Techniques and
___ Group collaboration ___ Group collaboration work. ___ Group collaboration Strategies used:
___Gamification/Learning throuh ___Gamification/Learning throuh ___Gamification/Learning throuh ___ Explicit Teaching
play play Other Techniques and play ___ Group collaboration
___ Answering preliminary ___ Answering preliminary Strategies used: ___ Answering preliminary ___Gamification/Learning
activities/exercises activities/exercises ___ Explicit Teaching activities/exercises throuh play
___ Carousel ___ Carousel ___ Group collaboration ___ Carousel ___ Answering preliminary
___ Diads ___ Diads ___Gamification/Learning ___ Diads activities/exercises
___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Differentiated Instruction throuh play ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Carousel
___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Answering preliminary ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Diads
___ Discovery Method ___ Discovery Method activities/exercises ___ Discovery Method ___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Lecture Method ___ Lecture Method ___ Carousel ___ Lecture Method ___ Role Playing/Drama
Why? Why? ___ Diads Why? ___ Discovery Method
___ Complete IMs ___ Complete IMs ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Complete IMs ___ Lecture Method
___ Availability of Materials ___ Availability of Materials ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Availability of Materials Why?
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Discovery Method ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Complete IMs
___ Group member’s ___ Group member’s ___ Lecture Method ___ Group member’s ___ Availability of Materials
collaboration/cooperation collaboration/cooperation Why? collaboration/cooperation ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
in doing their tasks in doing their tasks ___ Complete IMs in doing their tasks ___ Group member’s
___ Audio Visual Presentation ___ Audio Visual Presentation ___ Availability of Materials ___ Audio Visual Presentation collaboration/cooperation
of the lesson of the lesson ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn of the lesson in doing their tasks
___ Group member’s ___AudioVisual Presentation
collaboration/cooperation of the lesson
in doing their tasks
___ Audio Visual Presentation
of the lesson