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Structuring Competencies in a Definitive Budget of Work

Grade SIX
Science
Earth and Space
Discipline/Component
At the end of Grade 6, learners recognize that when mixed together, materials may not
form new ones thus these materials may be recovered using different separation
techniques. They can prepare useful mixtures such as food, drinks and herbal medicines.
Learners understand how the different organ systems of the human body work together.
They can classify plants based on reproductive structures, and animals based on the
presence or lack of backbone. They can design and conduct an investigation on plant
propagation. They can describe larger ecosystems such as rainforests, coral reefs, and
mangrove swamps.
Grade Level Standard Learners can infer that friction and gravity affect how people and objects move. They have
found out that heat, light, sound, electricity, and motion studied earlier are forms of energy
and these undergo transformation.
Learners can describe what happens during earthquakes and volcanic eruptions
and demonstrate what to do when they occur. They can infer that the weather
follows a pattern in the course of a year. They have learned about the solar system,
with emphasis on the motions of the Earth as prerequisite to the study of seasons
in another grade level.
Geology - Learners will learn that aside from weathering and erosion, there are other
processes that may alter the surface of the Earth: earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Only the effects of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are taken up in this grade level,
not their causes (which will be tackled in Grades 8 and 9). Learners will also gather and
Domain report data on earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in their community or region.
Meteorology - After learning how to measure the different components of weather in
Grades 4 and 5, learners will now collect weather data within the span of the school year.
Learners will interpret the data and identify the weather patterns in their community.

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Astronomy - In Grade 6, learners will turn their attention to Earth as another natural
object in space (in addition to the Sun, Moon, and stars). Learners will learn about the
motions of the Earth: rotation and revolution. Learners will also compare the different
members that make up the Solar System and construct models to help them visualize their
relative sizes and distances.

Performance Standard The learners should design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit

The learners demonstrate understanding of the effects of earthquakes and volcanic


Content Standard eruptions; weather patterns and seasons in the Philippines; Earth's rotation and
revolution; and characteristics of planets in the solar system.
NO. OF
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE DAYS REMARKS
TAUGHT
1. Forces that affect 1. Describe the changes on the
changes on the earth’s earth's surface as a result of S6ESIVa-1
surface earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

1.1. Observe what happens to the


1.1 Earthquakes earth's surface during an earthquake S6ESIVa-1.1 1
through a video or movie.
1.2. Compare an area hit and not hit
1.2 Volcanic Eruptions S6ESIVa-1.2 1
by an earthquake.

1.3. Describe changes on the earth's S6ESIVa-1.3 1


surface as a result of earthquake .
1.4. Predict what will happen to the
earth's surface with occurrence of S6ESIVa-1.4 1
successive earthquake.
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1.5. Observe what happens to the


earth's surface during volcanic S6ESIVa-1.5 1
eruptions through a video or movie.
1.6. Compare an area hit and not hit
S6ESIVa-1.6 1
by volcanic eruptions.
1.7. Describe changes on the earth's
surface as a result of volcanic S6ESIVa-1.7 1
eruptions.
1.8. Predict what will happen to the
earth's surface with occurrence of S6ESIVa-1.8 1
successive volcanic eruptions.
2. Enumerate what to do before,
during and after earthquakes and S6ESIVb-2
volcanic eruptions.
2.1. Enumerate what to do before,
S6ESIVb-2.1 1
during, and after earthquake.
2.2. Demonstrate what to do before ,
during and after earthquake through S6ESIVb-2.2 1
role playing.
2.3. Enumerate what to do before,
S6ESIVb-2.3 1
during, and after volcanic eruptions.
2.1. Demonstrate what to do before ,
during and after volcanic eruptions S6ESIVb-2.4 1
through role playing/poem/song etc.

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Performance Task: Design a


preparedness plan and emergency plan
1
and kit in case of earthquake and
volcanic eruption.
Summative Assessment for
1
Competencies a-b
2. Weather Patterns in the 3. Describe the different seasons in
S6ES-IVc-3
Philippines the Philippines
2.1 Weather patterns and 3.1. Analyze the weather data in
seasons in the Philippines S6ES-IVc-3.1 1
each month of the year.
3.2. Infer on the season through
weather patterns in the Philippines S6ES-IVc-3.2 1
using weather data.
3.3. Describe the different seasons in
S6ES-IVc-3.3 1
the Philippines.
3.4. Determine the occurrence of dry
season in the Philippines using a S6ES-IVc-3.4 1
graph.
3.5 Determine the occurrence of wet
season in the Philippines using a S6ES-IVc-3.5 1
graph.
3.6. Explain the importance of
knowing the weather patterns and S6ES-IVc-3.6 1
seasons in the Philippines.
4. Discuss appropriate activities for
S6ES-Ivd-4
specific seasons in the Philippines.

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4.1. Discuss appropriate activities


appropriate for dry season in the S6ES-Ivd-4.1 1
Philippines.
4.2. Discuss appropriate activities for
S6ES-Ivd-4.2 1
wet season in the Philippines.
4.3. Show through role playing the
activities appropriate for each S6ES-Ivd-4.3 1
season in the Philippines.
Suggested Performance Task: Draw a
picture depicting how family has coped
with changes in seasons of the
1
community they live in./Make a
brochure or info ad on the activities for
specific seasons in the Philippines.
Summative Assessment for
1
Competencies c-d.

5. Demonstrate rotation and


revolution of the Earth using a globe
3. Motions of the Earth S6ES-IVe-f-5
to explain day and night and the
sequence of seasons.
5.1. Construct a model of Sun-Earth-
Moon to demonstrate the rotation S6ES-IVe-f-5.1 1
and revolution of the Earth.

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5.2. Describe the movement of the


S6ES-IVe-f-5.2 1
Earth.
5.3 Using a model, demonstrate
S6ES-IVe-f-5.3 1
rotation and revolution of the Earth.
5.4. Explain the occurrence of day
and night in relation to rotation using S6ES-IVe-f-5.4 1
a model/globe.
5.5. Illustrate the revolution of the
S6ES-IVe-f-5.5 1
3.1 Rotation and revolution Earth.
5.6. Infer that seasons change due to
S6ES-IVe-f-5.6 1
earth's revolution.
5.7. Explain the sequence of seasons
S6ES-IVe-f-5.7 1
in relation to revolution.
Suggested Performance Task:
Demonstrate the revolution of the Earth
in its orbit around the Sun through 1
simulation or role playing.
6. Compare planets of the solar
4. The Solar System S6ES-IVg-h -6
system.
6.1. Identify the planets in the solar
S6ES-IVg-h-6.1
system.
4.1 Planets 1
6.2. Decribe the planets according to
S6ES-IVg-h-6.2
their composition.
6.3. Compare the Earth with other
S6ES-IVg-h-6.3 1
planets which make it livable.

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6.4. Decribe the planets according to


S6ES-IVg-h-6.4 1
their movements in the solar system.
6.5. Compare the sizes of the planets
S6ES-IVg-h-6.5 1
in the solar system.
6.6. Compare the relative distances
of the planets from the sun and other S6ES-IVg-h-6.6 1
planets.
6.7. Illustrate the planets of the solar
system focusing on their colors, sizes S6ES-IVg-h-6.7 1
and distances from the Sun.
7. Construct a model of the solar
system showing the relative sizes of
S6ES-IVi-j-7
the planets and their relative
distances from the sun.
7.1. Construct a model of the solar
system showing the relative sizes of
S6ES-IVi-j-7.1 2
the planets and their relative
distances from the sun.
Suggested Performance Task: Make a
videoclip/info ad/commercial of the
Solar System showing the 2
characteristics of the planets in the
solar system.
Summative Assessment for
1
Competencies e-j.

Quarterly Summative Test 1


TOTAL 45

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