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NICOSAT COLLEGES

(FORMERLY NORTHERN ILOCANDIA COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY )


NATIONAL HIGHWAY, OAIG DAYA, CANDON CITY, ILOCOS SUR
TEL. NO. (077) 6740367

High School Department


SY 2014-2015

WEEKLY LESSON LOG


(First Quarter)
Grade 7 Subject Area : Science
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5

Lesson: Lesson: Lesson: Lesson: Lesson:


Science in Our World Science at Work Scientific Method at Work Probing Matter Probing Matter
(Science versus Superstitions, (Substances and Mixtures) (Elements and Compounds)
Traits of a Scientist)
Objectives: Objectives: Objectives: Objectives: Objectives:
1. Define science; 1. Analyze scientific bases 1. Apply the scientific 1. Recognizes that a 1. Learn that substance
2. Acknowledge the for some superstitious method in formulating a substance has a unique are classified into
interdisciplinary nature of beliefs; problem and designing a set of properties; elements and
science;
2. Familiarize and imbibe the process for 2. Investigate the compounds;
3. Differentiate between
science and technology; different traits of a investigation; properties of mixtures;
4. Cite examples of how scientist, 2. Describe what is meant 3. demonstrates 2. Demonstrates
science and technology 3. Cite other examples of by fair test; understanding of the understanding of
influence our lives and superstitious beliefs 3. Identify the components properties of classifying substances
the environment; substances which as elements or
specifically in the of a scientific
5. Analyze the value of distinguish them from compounds
science Philippines investigation mixtures

References: Reference: References: References: References:


Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life Textbook (Exploring Life Textbook (Exploring Life
Science) Science) through Science) through Science) through Science)
Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science)
Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide

Learner’s Activity: Learner’s Activity: Learner’s Material Used: Learner’s Activity: Learner’s Material Used:
 Pre-assessment – KWHL  Listening to the discussion  GENYO  Listening to the  GENYO
about students’  Give their examples of  Video clips discussion  Video clips
background knowledge superstitions (recitation)  Class participation/
recitation
 Investigates the
properties of mixtures
of varying
concentrations using
available materials in
the community for
specific purposes

Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:


Other Activities: Assessment Evidence: Other Activities: Other Activities: Other Activities:
 Class participation/ recitation  Quiz  Class participation/ recitation  Quiz
 Make a word hunt puzzle using  Read Love of Lab on page 29  makes a chart or
the branches of science and answer the questions that poster of common
 Assessment Evidence: follow(seatwork) elements showing
 Quiz their names, symbols
and uses

Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration:
 Recognize the importance  Imbibe the good character  Assess how one can use  Practice cooperation  Show creativity
of science in our everyday traits of the scientists the scientific method within a group
lives  Have an open mind and contribute to the  Act responsibly
 Strive for excellence in  Realize that scientists are community
and outside the classroom also humans who have  Realize the meaning of
 Be a team player during strengths and weaknesses fairness
group tasks as scientists
work as a team
Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10

Lesson: Lesson: Lesson: Lesson: Lesson:


Probing Matter Probing Matter Chemistry of Solutions Chemistry of Solutions Chemistry of Solutions
(Acids and Bases) (Metals and Nonmetals) (Types of Solutions) (Concentration of Solutions) (Physical Properties of
Objectives: Solutions)
Objectives: Objectives: Objectives:
1. Demonstrates understanding of Objectives:
common properties of acidic 1. Demonstrates 1. Define solutions, 1. Explain the difference
and basic mixtures; understanding solute, solvent, among percent by weight, 1. Describe the
2. Recognize common acids and properties of solubility, soluble, percent by volume, and different physical
metals and insoluble, miscible, properties of
bases; percent by weight/volume;
nonmetals ; and immiscible; solutions
3. Understand the concept of pH 2. Examine the action 2. Demonstrates 2. Solve problems involving
of acids on metals understanding of different expressions of
and other materials some important concentration of a solution
properties of
solutions;
3. Identify and explain
the factors affecting
solubility

References: References: References: References: References:


Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life through Textbook (Exploring Life
Science) Science) Science) Science) through Science)
Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover Science) Textbook (Discover
Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Guide Science)
Teacher’s Guide
Learner’s Material Used: Learner’s Activity: Learner’s Material Used: Learner’s Material Used: Learner’s Material Used:
 GENYO  GENYO  GENYO
 GENYO  Makes a chart or poster of  Video clips  Video clips  Video clips
 Video clips metals and nonmetals
commonly used at home
and industry
Learner’s Material Used:
GENYO
Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:

Other Activities: Other Activities: Other Activities: Other Activities: Other Activities:
 Class participation  Board work  Class participation/
 Interprets properly product  Recitation  Prepares different  Quiz recitation
labels of acidic and basic concentrations of mixtures  Group Quiz
mixture and practices safe according to uses and
ways of handling acids and availability of materials
bases using protective clothing
and safety gears

Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration: Values Integration:
 Exhibit sense of awareness  Practice cooperation  Acknowledge the  Acknowledge the  Promote the
 Promote the use of acids and within a group importance and uses of importance and uses of practical uses of
bases  Act responsibly solutions in daily life solutions in daily life solutions
 Support the work and ideas  Develop their logical  Practice
of others thinking through problem cooperation within
solving a group

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

MAILA B. GALIMBA NEIL JOSEPH F. TITULAR JOANNE ABELLA-BAYBAYAN, Ph. D.


Science Teacher Academic Coordinator, High School Principal