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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

Curriculum Guide

Grade 9 – First Quarter


Living Things and Their Environment
CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCY CODE LEARNING MATERIALS
STANDARDS STANDARDS
The learners The learners shall be The learners should be able to…
demonstrate an able to:
understanding of:
1. Respiratory and how the different conduct an information 1. explain how the respiratory and BEAM II. 4 Organ Systems. Circulatory
Circulatory Systems structures of the dissemination activity circulatory systems work together System. June 2008.
Working with the other circulatory and respiratory on effective ways of to transport nutrients, gases, and S9LT-la-b- EASE Biology. Module 11. Lessons 2,3
systems work together to other molecules to and from the
Organ Systems taking care of the different parts of the body; 26 NFE. Ang Respiratory System. 2001.
transport oxygen-rich respiratory and pp. 3-5.
blood and nutrients to the
circulatory systems 2. infer how one’s lifestyle can S9LT-lc-27 APEX. Biology Unit 4. Lessons 11-12.
different parts of the body
based on data gathered affect the functioning of
NFE. Ang Respiratory System. 2001.
the prevention, detection, from the school or local respiratory and circulatory pp. 16-24.
and treatment of diseases health workers systems;
affecting the circulatory Science for Daily Use 5. Tan, Conchita
and respiratory systems T. 2012. pp. 34-35 and 38-39. *
2. Heredity: Inheritance how genetic information 3. describe the location of S9LT-Id-28 BEAM II. Your Genetic Book of Life.
and Variation of Traits is organized in genes on genes in chromosomes; APEX. Unit 6. Lesson 3.
2.1 Location of genes chromosomes Science and Technology II: Biology
on chromosomes Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp. 184-185.
2.2 Non-Mendelian the different patterns of
inheritance Science and Technology II: Biology
inheritance Textbook. NISMED. 2004. pp. 184-185.
2.2.1 Incomplete
4. explain the different patterns S9LT-Id-29 EASE Biology. Module 14. Lesson 3.
dominance
2.2.2 Sex-linked of non-Mendelian Science and Technology: Biology
traits inheritance ; Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp. 179-182.
2.2.3 Multiple Science and Technology II: Biology
Alleles Textbook. NISMED. 2004. PP. 179-
2.3 Multiple genes 182.
3. Biodiversity and how changes in the make a multimedia 5. relate species extinction to S9LT-Ie-f-30 EASE Science I. Module 11. Lesson 6.
Evolution environment may affect presentation of a timeline the failure of populations of Science and Technology II: Biology
3.1 Causes of Species species extinction of extinction of organisms to adapt to abrupt Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp. 328-329.
Extinction representative changes in the environment;
3.1.1 natural microorganisms, plants, and Science and Technology II: Biology
and animals Textbook. NISMED. 2004. 328-329.
3.1.2 anthropogenic
Science and Technology I: Integrated
Science Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp.
146-147.
4. Ecosystems the structure and design and conduct an 6. differentiate basic features S9LT-lg-j-31 BEAM Learning Guide Biology Food
4.1 Flow of Energy and function of plant parts investigation to provide and importance of for Life
Matter in Ecosystems and organelles involved evidence that plants can photosynthesis and BEAM Learning Guide Biology
4.1.1 Photosynthesis in photosynthesis manufacture their own respiration. Creating Energy for Life
4.1.2 Respiration food EASE Biology Module 4
the structure and Photosynthesis
function of EASE Biology Module 5 Cellular
mitochondrion as the Respiration
main organelle involved APEX Biology Unit 3 Life Energy
in respiration Science for Daily Use 5. Tan, Conchita
T. 2012. pp. 96-99. *
Science and Technology II: Biology
Textbook. NISMED. 2012. pp. 58-66
and 70-72.
NFE. Food Production and Utilization
in Plants. 2001. pp. 4-25.