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BUREAU OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

SPECIAL SCIENCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAM


LEARNING COMPETENCIES
SCIENCE AND HEALTH 2
FIRST QUARTER
Content Standard:
LIFE SCIENCES: The learner will gain understanding of the structure, characteristics and basic needs of organisms and their diversity.
Week Learning Competencies Code Number
of Days
Taught
A. THE SENSE ORGANS
Performance Standard: 1
The learner is able to infer that the sense organs make us aware of things and everything that is
happening around us
Identify the different senses and sense organs SCI2-1-a-1.1
Describe the function of each sense SCI2-1-a-1.2
Demonstrate activities which involve two or more body senses working together. SCI2-1-a-1.3
Perform simple experiments to test if certain factors affect the quality sensation felt. SCI2-1-a-1.4
Performance Standard: 2
The learner is able to infer that every sense organ has specific function.
Identify the main parts of every sense organ. SCI2-1-a-2.1
Describe the function of each main part of every sense organ. SCI2-1-a-2.2
Demonstrate ways to improve the perception of things around us SCI2-1-a-3
B. CARE FOR THE SENSE ORGANS
Performance Standard: 4
The learner is able to practice proper ways of caring for the different senses.
Show ways of caring for the different body senses. SCI2-1-b-4.1
Describe the ways by which health workers/ medical specialist help in caring the sense organs. SCI2-1-b-4.2
Practice desirable health habits in caring for the sense organs SCI2-1-b-4.3
Classify foods as to the food nutrients they contain. SCI2-1-b-4.4
C. CARE AND CONCERN FOR DIFFERENTLY-ABLED
Performance Standard: 5
The learner is able to show care and concern to the differently-abled children
Predict what happen in case one or more body senses are impaired or lost. SCI2-1-c-5.1
Suggest ways of showing love and support to differently-abled children when people show love and support to SCI2-1-c-5.2
differently-abled children.
The learner is able to describe changes in well-being of differently-abled children when people show love, concern SCI2-1-c-6
and acceptance for them.
D. COMPARING ANIMALS
Performance Standard: 1
The learner is able to infer that the animals have similarities and differences.
Describe different animals on the bases of how they move, get food, breathe air, protect themselves, reproduce, etc. SCI2-1-d-1.1
Compare the body parts of two or more animals of the same kind and two or more animals of different kinds. SCI2-1-d-1.2
Use graphic representations to group animals according to a given set of criteria( e.g. kind of body structure, body SCI2-1-d-1.3
covering, food getting, manner of reproduction)
E. NEEDS OF ANIMALS
Performance Standard: 2
The learner is able to investigate the needs of animals for survival
Describe the effects on the life of animals if their needs are not met (e.g. food, air, water, space) SCI2-1-e-2.1
Conduct simple experiments on the different needs of animals for survival SCI2-1-e-2.2
Make interpretations of given sets of observations/ findings about the needs of animals SCI2-1-e-2.3
F. PROTECTING AND CARE FOR ANIMALS
Performance Standard: 3
The learner is able to practice ways of protecting and caring for animals
Describe how one can protect and take care of animals SCI2-1-f-3.1
Infer the consequences that may happen when animals are not well- protected and cared for SCI2-1-f-3.2
SECOND QUARTER
Content Standard:
LIFE SCIENCES: The learners gain understanding of the structure, characteristics and basic needs of organisms and their diversity.
A. COMPARING PLANTS
Performance Standard: 1
The learner is able to infer that plants have similarities and differences
Describe the different plants based on their structures SCI2-2-a-1.1
Compare the parts of two or more plants of the same kind and two or more plants of different kinds. SCI2-2-a-1.2
Use graphic representations to group plants according to a given set of criteria (e.g. characteristics of plants parts; SCI2-2-a-1.3
habitat; presence of special structures)
B. NEEDS OF PLANTS
Performance Standard: 2
The learner is able to investigate on the needs of plants necessary for survival
Predict what will happen to plants when their needs are met; when their needs are not met SCI2-2-b-2.1
Conduct simple experiments on the different needs of plants for survival SCI2-2-b-2.2
Make interpretations of given sets of observation/ findings about the need of the plants SCI2-2-b-2.3
C. CARE AND CONCERN FOR PLANTS
Performance Standard: 3
The learner is able to practice ways of conserving and taking care of plants
Describe how one can conserve and take care of plants SCI2-2-c-3.1
Infer the consequences that may happen when plants are not well taken care of and conserved SCI2-2-c-3.2
Explain why plants should be conserved and care for SCI2-2-c-3.3
Content Standard:
PHYSICAL SCIENCES: The learners gain understanding of natural phenomena as they apply to motion and behavior of matter, motion,
forces and energy transfer.
D. PHASES OF MATERIALS
Performance Standard: 1
The learner is able to conduct investigation on the different phases of materials namely: solid, liquid or
gas
Describe the observable a properties of a given solid, liquid or gas SCI2-2-d-1.1
Infer that materials is composed of tiny particles that cannot be seen by the naked eye SCI2-2-d-1.2
Illustrate the arrangement of tiny particles of different materials SCI2-2-d-1.3
Prove these science ideas: a solid has definite shape; a liquid and air have definite shapes SCI2-2-d-1.4
Classify materials according to a given set of criteria (e.g. physical properties, kind, function, usefulness) SCI2-2-d-1.5
Discover ways of measuring the amount of space regular solids and liquids occupy SCI2-2-d-1.6
Infer that the amount of space occupied by air is indefinite SCI2-2-d-1.7
E. INVESTIGATING MASS
Performance Standard: 2
The learner is able to demonstrate that solids, liquids, and gases have mass
Estimate the mass of solids by balancing with the hands and using an improvised balance and non-standard SCI2-2-e-2.1
measures (e.g. marbles, paper clips)
Measure the mass of solids using platform balance SCI2-2-e-2.2
Perform activities to show that gases have mass using a platform balance SCI2-2-e-2.3
F. INVESTIGATING WEIGHT
Performance Standard: 3
The learner is able to demonstrate that solids, liquids, and gases have weight
Use an improvised balance and non-standard weights to estimate the weight of solids by balancing with the hands SCI2-2-f-3.1
and (e.g. marbles, paper clips)
Use appropriate weighing scales to measure the weight of solids SCI2-2-f-3.2
Perform an activity to show that gases have weight using an improvised balance SCI2-2-f-3.3
Order materials according to weight SCI2-2-f-3.4
THIRD QUARTER
Content Standard:
PHYSICAL SCIENCES: The learners gain understanding of natural phenomena as they apply to motion and behavior of matter, motion,
forces and energy transfer.
A. LIGHT AND HEAT
Performance Standard: 4
The learner is able to how evidence that light travels in a straight path and outward in all directions
Observe that light travels in a straight path SCI2-3-a-4.1
Observe that light travels outward in all directions SCI2-3-a-4.2
Explain how shadows are formed SCI2-3-a-5
Explain the effect of heat on objects SCI2-3-a-6
Identify the sources of heat SCI2-3-a-7
Observe the precautionary measures related to heat SCI2-3-a-8
B. SOURCES OF FORCE
Performance Standard: 9
The learner is able to identify where force can come from
Wind SCI2-3-b-9.1
Water SCI2-3-b-9.2
Magnet SCI2-3-b-9.3
Gravity SCI2-3-b-9.3
Other moving objects SCI2-3-b-9.4
Design a toy that uses different sources of force to make it move SCI2-3-b-10
Content Standard:
EARTH AND SOLAR SYSTEM: All students will gain understanding the structure, origin, evolution, dynamics and geographical systems of
the earth and the universe.
C. FEATURES OF THE EARTH’S SURFACE
Performance Standard: 1
The learner is able to infer that the Earth is the resource for life and one’s needs
Identify the things from Earth that living things need to survive SCI2-3-c-1.1
Identify renewable resources from the Earth SCI2-3-c-1.2
Identify non-renewable resources from the Earth SCI2-3-c-1.3
Explain the importance of land, water, and air as resources for life SCI2-3-c-1.4
Performance Standard: 2
The learner is able to infer that the surface of the Earth is affected by the activities of human
Identify some activities of human beings to meet their needs SCI2-3-c-2.1
Describe the activities of human beings that affect the surface of the Earth SCI2-3-c-2.2
Performance Standard: 3
The learner is able to infer how soil, water and air become polluted
Describe the characteristics of polluted soil, water and air SCI2-3-c-3.1
Identify practices that cause soil, water and air pollution SCI2-3-c-3.2
Performance Standard: 4
The learner is able to infer that the pollution may cause air-borne, water-borne and soil-borne diseases
Identify air-borne, water-borne and soil-borne diseases SCI2-3-c-4.1
Practice ways to keep from being infected of air-borne, water-borne and soil-borne diseases SCI2-3-c-4.2
Practice care and concern for the Earth SCI2-3-c-4.3
FOURTH QUARTER
Content Standard:
EARTH AND SOLAR SYSTEM: The learners gain understanding the structure, origin, evolution, dynamics and geographical systems of the
earth and the universe.
A. WEATHER
Performance Standard: 5
The learner is able to infer that the weather changes during the day from day to day
Describe the conditions of the sky SCI2-4-a-5.1
Record the daily weather conditions for one week SCI2-4-a-5.2
Interpret a simple weather chart SCI2-4-a-5.3
Relate the condition of the sky to the kind of weather observed SCI2-4-a-5.4
Performance Standard: 6
The learner is able to infer that the weather affects family and community activities
Identify activities done during certain weather conditions SCI2-4-a-6.1
Explain how weather affects family and community activities SCI2-4-a-6.2
Practice safety measures during certain weather conditions SCI2-4-a-6.3
B. THE SOLAR SYSTEM
Performance Standard: 7
The learner is able to describe the solar system
Identify the members of the solar system. SCI2-4-b-7.1
Describe the unique features of the members of the solar system. SCI2-4-b-7.2
C. THE SUN
Performance Standard: 8
The learner is able to infer that the sun gives off heat and light
Give evidence that the sun’s heat reaches the earth SCI2-4-c-8.1
Give evidence that the sun’s light reaches the earth SCI2-4-c-8.2
Conclude that the Sun’s heat and light affect human beings and other things on Earth SCI2-4-c-8.3
Identify the good effects of heat and light to human beings and other things SCI2-4-c-8.4
Identify the harmful effects of heat and light to other things SCI2-4-c-8.5