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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 1
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and know
their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will review the class of the rules and lab rules.

STIMULUS:
 Teacher presentation to class.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will ask students to write their expectations of the class in a piece of paper.
Teacher will collect the expectation in a bowl and will write the teachers’ expectations
on the board. The students will be given copy of the list of the class expectations to
paste on the second page of their notebooks.

The teacher will read some of their expectations and will discuss them with them. After
this, the students will be given the Lab Rules for them to memorize and paste on their
notebooks.
After reading and pasting the rules on the notebooks, students will write the following
statement with their own writing and will sign it.

“After having reading the class and lab rules, I, name of the student , agree
to comply with each of them and accept the punishment resulting from breaking them”

Signature: __________________________________________

CLOSURE:
 Teacher will discuss the consequences of not following the given rules.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 1
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will state the steps of the Scientific Method and the variables need in scientific
investigations.

STIMULUS:
 Present a video about scientific enquiry.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will ask students the steps of the scientific method. The teacher will defined the
word variable with the students as any factor, trait, or condition that can exist in
differing amounts or types. Students will use the experiment from the video to identify
the variables that changed (independent), the ones that were measured (dependent)
and the ones that were kept the same (controlled). Students will defined the types of
variables as followed: The independent variable is the one that is changed by the
scientist. The dependent variables are the things that the scientist focuses his or her
observations on to see how they respond to the change made to the independent
variable. Controlled variables are quantities that a scientist wants to remain constant,
and she or he must observe them as carefully as the dependent variables.
The teacher will give students worksheet 1 with experiments using the scientific method
to identify the steps and variables.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher will receive the activity and analyze the answer of the activities with the
students
 Students will go over the Lab worksheet and analyze the information to be filled.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 1
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions

CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will use the scientific method to discover what the best antacid is.

STIMULUS:
 Review what pH, acid and alkali is.

CLASS SCHEME:

Teacher will ask students to identify the variables that will be used in the experiment.
Students will set up the experiment following the directions written on the worksheet.
After doing the experiment, the students will fill in the worksheet with the diagram of the
set up and the equipment used labelled. The students will record the amount of antacid
needed to neutralized each glass with vinegar.

CLOSURE:
 Students will write a conclusion about their findings and the teacher will receive
the activity. (Lab 1 worksheet)

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 2
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.

CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will work on a test about the scientific method.
 Students will discuss what photosynthesis is and the parts of the leaf involved in that
process.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will give instructions about Test 1.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will give a test to students to work on 15 minutes.
After the teacher collects the test 1, the teacher will ask the students the seven life
processes from Stage 7 (movement, reproduction, sensitivity, nutrition, respiration,
excretion, growth). Ask: Where do plants get their nutrition from? Then, the teacher
shows Students a tree seed and a section of wood from the same type of tree. Where
did the particles which made the wood as the tree grew, come from?
Photosynthesis will be defined as the way plants make food using energy from light.
The needs for photosynthesis will be discussed. Students will summarized where all
reactants of photosynthesis come from. Students will identify the products of
photosynthesis as biomass and oxygen. Biomass will be defined as the material that is
made of living cells and tissues. It will be stated by the teacher that light energy is
captured by chlorophyll. Chlorophyll will be defined as the green pigment in the leaves
that captures the light from the sun.The word equation for photosynthesis will be
presented as this:
light
carbon dioxide + water chloroplasts biomass + oxygen

Students work on Questions on p. 6 and 8.


CLOSURE:
 Teacher will collect the worksheet 3.
SELF-EVALUATION:
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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 2
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will identify and describe the use of the parts in the microscope
 Students will use a microscope to observe stomata in leaves

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will take the students to the laboratory.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will hand out worksheet 1 to students and tell students the parts of the microscope and
their fuctions.
Teacher will then handout the Lab 2 Worsheet for students to follow the instruction and observe
stomata in the microscope. Students will have to draw their observations.

CLOSURE:
 The teacher collects the activities, the students who did not finish the activities
would have to do it at home.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 2
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will describe how light intensity affects the rate of photosynthesis
 Students will identify the gas released by photosynthesis

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will ask students if they remember what the products of photosynthesis are
and how they could demonstrate that plants produce oxygen when they
photosynthesise.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will elicit that it is normally difficult to see the oxygen being produced because it is a
colourless gas.
Teacher will show Students a water plant which produces bubbles of oxygen when it
photosynthesises (e.g. Cabomba, Elodea). Elicit the idea that the plant will produce bubbles of
oxygen. Teacher will ask Students to suggest ways that they could demonstrate that the gas is
oxygen and measure the amount of gas produced. For a demonstration, submerge the plant in
water or in a 1% sodium hydrogen carbonate solution. Put the plant in a glass funnel with an
inverted test tube on top. This allows the oxygen to be collected in the test tube and
subsequently tested. Demonstrate ways for measuring the amount of gas produced (e.g.
counting bubbles, measuring the volume of gas in a pipette or very small syringe). Students will
work on a photosynthesis prelab counting the bubbles of oxygen released by photosynthesis in
water plants.

CLOSURE:
 The teacher will go over the students’ answers.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 3
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will identify the parts inside the leaves that are involved in
photosynthesis.
 Students will state the adaptation of leaves that makes it suitable for
photosynthesis.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will take one fresh leave and put it in warm water to identify where
most oxygen is released.

CLASS SCHEME:
The teacher will show Students a diagram of the basic structure of a leaf. Ask Students
to discuss:
• Which cells have chloroplasts?
• How does carbon dioxide get to these cells?
• How does water get to these cells?
• How does light get to these cells?
• How does waste oxygen leave these cells?
• How does sugar travel from the leaves to other parts of the plant?

Students work on worksheet 3.


CLOSURE:
 Teacher will collect the worksheet 3.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 3
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will review concepts about photosynthesis
 Students will identify the main nutrients necessary for a healthy life.

STIMULUS:
Teacher will hand out Lesson 2.

CLASS SCHEME:
Lesson 2 will take 15 minutes.
After the lesson, the teacher will ask students: How are plant and animal nutrition similar?
How are they different? Students identify as many similarities and differences as they can
between plant and animal nutrition. Teahcer will elicit the idea that plants make their food from
carbon dioxide and water in the presence of light, but that animals must break down food to
obtain chemical energy. The teacher will ask students questions about the food they eat such
as: What is your favourite meal? Which foods do you like or dislike? Then the teacher will ask
students to define the word ‘diet’. The term ‘diet’ will be defined as the food that an organism
regularly eats. Through discussion, the teacher will point at the uses of nutrients in the body.
With a food label the teacher, will help students identify the main nutrients such as protein,
carbohydrate, fat, vitamins and minerals, fibre and water.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher will ask the student as homework to bring three labels of food that they
regularly eat to analyze them in class.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 3
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.

CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will analyze the content in food using food labels.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will ask students to identify the main nutrients that they have in their
labels

CLASS SCHEME:
Students collect and study food labels from packaging to discover how foodstuffs are
divided into carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.
 They compare the protein, sugar, fat, fibre and salt content of foods with the
recommended daily intake for adults. (It is difficult to find recommended daily intake
values for adolescents.)
 What combinations of food would give you the recommended daily intake of protein and
fibre?
 What is the maximum number of snacks you could eat before you had more than the
recommended daily intake of sugar and fat?
 Students identify the foods with the highest energy content (for growth, movement and
keeping warm). Discuss Are these ‘healthy’ foods?
Students will work with Worksheet 7

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 4
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.

CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will perform food tests for Carbohydrates.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will take the students to the lab and explain instructions.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will give students a hand out with the information of how to make the different
food tests. The teacher will explain the difference between starch and sugar and point
out that starch can be tested by using an Iodine solution and sugar with a Benedicts
solution. Students will be given a sample of food. The food will be tested for starch and
sugar. Students will be working on Lab Worksheet 8.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher will give a piece of homework in which students will plan a way to
discover which brand of bread contains the most sugar using the scientific
method. (Worksheet 9)

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 4
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will identify the results of the deficiency of some food.
 Students will identify the food in the different food groups.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will show a students an Eatwell Guide.

CLASS SCHEME:
The teacher will give students a worksheet for the student to identify the nutrients
present in several types of food. Students read about the deficiencies of some minerals
and vitamins. After this, students will answer the questions on p.21.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher checks the answers out loud and clarify concepts.

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DAILY PLAN
Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’
Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 4
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order to
make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions.
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will review the contents about nutrients and nutrition
 Students will identify the main process in the alimentary canal.

STIMULUS:
The teacher hands out the tests and give instructions about it.

CLASS SCHEME:
The test will last 25 min.
The teacher will ask Students to chew a piece of bread for a few minutes and notice the
changes that take place. Ask: Why does food need to be chewed? What gets added to the
bread as it is chewed? What do you notice about the taste of the bread between the start and
end of chewing?
Explain to Students that a chemical change is occurring in the mouth as well as the food being
broken up by the teeth and the chewing process. Use diagrams to show that large molecules of
starch are broken into small molecules of sugar.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher will ask students about the definitions of important terms to wrap up the
class.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 5
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will learn the parts of the alimentary canal and their functions.

STIMULUS:
 Teacher will take the students to the lab to show a model of the alimentary canal.

CLASS SCHEME:
Teacher will perform a demonstration of the alimentary canal.
 Grind up some cereal and pieces of white bread with some water using a pestle and
mortar to form a paste. This represents chewing or mastication. Elicit the idea that there
are enzymes in the saliva.
 Pour the mixture through a funnel attached to a tube that leads to a clear plastic bag
containing malt vinegar. Show peristalsis by squeezing the food down the tube.
 Squeeze the bag to show the action of the stomach churning the food with the stomach
acid (represented by the malt vinegar). Explain that the chemicals in the food are being
digested. Explain that there are enzymes in the stomach as well as acid.
 Use a nylon stocking (or tights) with string tied around it about half-way down to stop the
food. Pour the mixed up food into the stocking. Do this over a tray or lots of newspaper
to collect the liquid containing the digested food that is being absorbed into the body.
(There are more digestive enzymes in the small intestine.)
 Cut the string. Move the mixture of food by peristalsis into the lower parts at the bottom
of the stocking. Squeeze as much of the liquid out of the stocking as possible. This
shows the water being absorbed in the large intestine. By wrapping the tights in a tea
towel, more water can be absorbed.
 Cut the end of the tights to create an anus. Squeeze the solid waste onto the tray or
newspaper to represent defecation (removal of faeces) and egestion (removing
undigested waste) from the body.
Students will complete a worksheet based on the demonstration.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 5
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will learn the parts of the alimentary canal and their functions.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will give students a worksheet so student cut out the parts of the
alimentary canal to paste and label on the notebook.

CLASS SCHEME:
After students cut and paste the parts of the alimentary canal, the students summarize
the functions of the digestive system. Students will answer the questions in p. 24.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.
 Homework: Bring an apple and a mirror to the next class

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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 5
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will describe the role of enzymes in the digestive system.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will ask the students to think about how we are able to absorb the
nutrients from food. Teacher will take a piece of marshmallow to ask the student
how small particles of food need to be for absorption.

CLASS SCHEME:
The teacher will explain students that the breaking down of food needs to be done
through chemical reactions with the use of catalysts. Catalysts will be defined as
substances that speed up a chemical reaction. The teacher will explain how enzymes
are able to break down molecules thanks to a dent in their shape.
The students will be given a worksheet in wich they summarize the class by putting
cards in order.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

SELF-EVALUATION:
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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 6
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 1

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will review concepts related to animal nutrition.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will explain instructions of the test.

CLASS SCHEME:
The test will last 40 min.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

SELF-EVALUATION:
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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 6
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 2

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will explore how enzyme works to digest starch.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will take students to the lab and explain the experiment.

CLASS SCHEME:
This experiment will be made in two days. The teacher will divide the students into two
groups. While one group goes to the lab, the other group will remain in the classroom
doing the end of the chapter questions.
Students who go to the lab will work on the Lab 5 worksheet.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

SELF-EVALUATION:
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DAILY PLAN

Area: Science Academic Year: 2020 -2021 Duration: 55’


Subject: Science Course: 2nd Media Class: A, B, C,
Teacher: Mrs. Delgado Term: I Date: Week 6
Topic: Plant and animal nutrition Unit: 8.1 Day: 3

UNIT OBJECTIVE:
 To explore how plants need carbon dioxide, water and light for photosynthesis in order
to make biomass and oxygen and to recognise the organs of the alimentary canal and
know their functions
CLASS OBJECTIVE:
 Students will explore how enzyme works to digest starch.

STIMULUS:
 The teacher will take students to the lab and explain the experiment.

CLASS SCHEME:
This experiment will be made in two days. The teacher will divide the students into two
groups. While one group goes to the lab, the other group will remain in the classroom
doing the end of the chapter questions.
Students who go to the lab will work on the Lab 5 worksheet.

CLOSURE:
 Teacher and the students will go over the answers and clarify concepts.

SELF-EVALUATION:
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