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## 9- DAILY Teacher MS. QUEENY F. CORONEL Learning Area SCIENCE 9

LESSON Teaching
LOG Dates and February 28, 2020 Quarter FOURTH
Time 9:42-10:42 Neptune, 10:42-11:42 Pluto, 2:00-3:00 SPS De Vega, 3:30-4:30 Galaxy

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate understanding on conservation of mechanical energy.
B. Performance Standards The learners will create a device that show conservation of mechanical energy.
C. Learning Competencies/ The learners should able to explain energy transformation in various activities or events.
Objectives (e.g. waterfalls, archery, amusement rides). S9FE-Ivc-39
Write the LC code for each
a. describe energy transformation.
D. Specific Objectives b. trace and explain the energy transformations in the operation of simple simple toys and in various activities.
c. recognize the importance of energy transformation in simple toys.
II. CONTENT Force, Motion and Energy: Energy Transformations
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher's Guide Pages
2. Learner's Material Pages Unit 4, Module 2 pp.281-284
3. Textbook Pages
B. Other Learning Reasources laptop, activity sheet, balloon, yoyo, sipa, frictional toy car,
Preliminaries:
IV.PROCEDURE 1. Greetings
2. Checking of attendance
3. House rules:
a. Listen when someone is talking
c. Respect the ideas of others
d. Cooperate in all activities
f. Stay inside while class is going on.
Mechanical energy - the energy acquired by objects upon which work is done.
A. Reviwing 2 categories of mechanical energy:
previous lesson 1. Potential Energy- it is commonly considered as a stored energy having the potential to do mechanical work.
or presenting a The various forms of potential energy: gravitational (Pegrav.=mgh), elastic (Peelas.=1/2kx^2)
new lesson 2. Kinetic Energy- it is the energy in moving matter and wave. (KE=1/2mv^2)
ELICIT Some forms of Kinetic Energy: motion, radiant, sound, thermal, wave
The teacher will flash a sentence on the screen
the students will rearange the words and transform it into a better sentence. (Literacy skill)
Energy cannot be created nor can be destroyed. It simply transform to another form.
Study the examples of energy transformations that are shown in Figures 1-3.
B. Establishing a Figure 1: Energy transformation in a lit electric lamp Figure 2: In a plugged television
purpose for
the lesson
C. Presenting
examples
of the new Figure 3: During Photosynthesis
lesson
(20 minutes) ENGAGE

D. Discussing new Students are grouped according to the skills that they have.
concepts There will be 8 groups.
and practicing Let the students perform Activity no. 1 : Little shop of toys
new skills #1 LM. Pp. 283
Draw lots will be done for the category of their process: yoyo, inflated balloon, frictional toy car, sipa or "takyan"
E. Discussing new Students process the activity.
concepts EXPLORE Presentation of the data/ output.
and practicing
new skills #2
(15 minutes)
Checking or correcting the outputs of the students by group.
F. Developing 1. What does the toys or object do?
mastery (leads 2. What energy changes takes place as this toy operates?
to formative 3. What forms does the stored energy start out with?
assessment) 4. What forms does the stored energy turn into?
(5 minutes) EXPLAIN 5. What form is the output energy when it stop?
6. What made it move a certain displacement and what made it stop?
A. Cite the importance of of energy transformation.
G. Finding practical In your own simple way, how will you utilize energy correctly? (Values Education)
applications of
the concepts B. Trace the energy transformation:
and skills in a. yoyo b. inflated balloon
daily living
(10 minutes) ELABORATE

## c. frictional car d. sipa

Multiple choice
I. Evaluating 1. Which sequence of energy transformation best describes what happens when you switch on your battery-run radio.
learning a. Mechanical energy -> Electrical energy -> Sound energy
(5 minutes) b. Mechanical energy -> Chemical energy -> Sound energy
EVALUATE c. Chemical energy -> Electrical energy -> Sound energy
d.Chemical energy -> Mechanical energy -> Sound energy
2. Which event illustrates the direct transformation of potential to kinetic energy?
a. A basketball player catches a flying ball.
b. A kalesa moves from rest
c. Ann's arrow is released from its bow.
d. The spring mechanism of a toy is rotated until it locked.
3. What is the energy of a motorcycle moving slowly ath the top of a hill?
a. entirely kinetic c. entirely gravitational
b. entirely potentialal d. both kinetic and potential
4. During energy transfer, work and heat and other energy are form, True or False.
5. Energy can be created and be destroyed, True or False.
activities for
application or Bring the following matterials for the next activity
remediation 2Liters plastic bottles with cap, straw bamboo stick.
EXTEND
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of the learners who earned All 60 students present in attendance earned 80% in the evaluation
80% on the formative assesment
B. No. of learners who require No students required additional activities for remediations
remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No remedial lessons since all learners achieved 80% score in evaluation
No. of learners who have caught
up the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue No student is required for remediation
to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies Demonstration of activities, motivation, Technology integration. It help the students to focus and to interact.
worked well? Why did
these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter Time management, need additional sessions to cope with problem solving.
which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized Use of interactive visual presentation like adding of gif or moving pictures.
materials did I use/
discover which I wish to share
with other teachers?

## QUEENY F. CORONEL MRS. WENNY P. DE PEDRO

Teacher-I Master Teacher I Science