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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
GRADES 1 to 12
DAILY LESSON PLAN
School: Mahabang Gulod Elementary School Grade Level: VI-MAPAGMAHAL
Teacher: Rich Michael C. Canela Learning Area: SCIENCE
DATES: May 29-June 2, 2023 Quarter: 4TH-WEEK 5
I.OBJECTIVES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
A. Content Standards
The learner demonstrates the
earth’s rotation and revolution.
The learner demonstrates the
earth’s rotation and revolution.
The learner demonstrates the earth’s
rotation and revolution.
The learner demonstrates the earth’s
rotation and revolution.
The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation
and revolution.
A. Performance
Standards
The learners design an emergency
and preparedness plan and kit.
The learners design an emergency
and preparedness plan and kit.
The learners design an emergency and
preparedness plan and kit.
The learners design an emergency and
preparedness plan and kit.
The learners design an emergency and
preparedness plan and kit.
B. Most Essential
Learning
Competencies
LC code
Differentiate between rotation and
revolution and describe the effects
of the Earth’s motions.
Differentiate between rotation and
revolution and describe the effects
of the Earth’s motions.
Differentiate between rotation and
revolution and describe the effects of the
Earth’s motions.
Differentiate between rotation and
revolution and describe the effects of the
Earth’s motions.
Differentiate between rotation and revolution
and describe the effects of the Earth’s
motions.
II. CONTENT
Effect of the Earth’s Motion –
The Occurence of Day and Night
Effect of the Earth’s Motion – The
Occurence of Day and Night
Effect of the Earth’s Motion – The
Occurence of Day and Night
Seasons Seasons
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138
1. Teacher’s Guide
pages
LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5
2. Learner’s Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G.,
Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex
Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The
New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila.
Rex Bookstore, Inc.
Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G.,
Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex
Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The
New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila.
Rex Bookstore, Inc.
Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber
Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore,
Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science
Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore,
Inc.
Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber
Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore,
Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science
Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore,
Inc.
Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science
6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad,
E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila.
Rex Bookstore, Inc.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning
Resources
Powerpoint presentation, flash
cards,video clip
Powerpoint presentation, flash cards Powerpoint presentation, flash
cards,video clip
Powerpoint presentation, flash cards
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous
lesson or presenting
the new lesson
Write True if the statement is
correct and False if not.
_____ 1. Orbit is the imaginary
path an object follows as it
revolves. _____ 2. A complete
revolution of the earth around the
sun is equal to one day.
_____ 3. The Earth tilts as it
rotates on its axis. _____ 4. One
complete rotation is equal to one
daytime.
_____ 5. The earth rotates in a
counterclockwise direction.
Recall previous lesson. Recall previous lesson. Directions: Give the missing letters to
identify the word that will complete the
sentence. Write your answers on a
separate sheet of paper. 1.
R__t__t__o__ is the turning of the earth
on its axis.
2. R__v__l__t__o__ is the movement of
the earth around the sun on its orbit.
3. A__i__ is an imaginary line that runs
through the earth from the North Pole to
the South Pole where the Earth spins in
a counterclockwise direction.
4. The Earth’s axis is t__l__e__.
5. O__b__t is an elliptical path where the
earth revolves around the sun.
Recall previous lesson.
B. Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson
C. Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson
Directions: Observe the pictures
below. Match the phrases below
that describe each picture. Write
your answer on the space
provided.
Continuation of the topic. Earth is one of the planets in the solar
system. It is in constant motion at a
constant speed. It rotates (rotation) on
its axis as it revolves (revolution)
around the sun. These two motions
affect our life on Earth.
Directions: Look at the pictures then
answer the questions that follow.
Continuation of the topic.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
Takes 24hours (1day) When the
Earth travels around the sun When
the Earth spins or turns on its axis
Brings about the occurrence of day
and night Earth travels around the
sun for 365days (1year) Brings
about the occurrence of different
seasons
What are the effects of these
movements?
D. Discussing new
concepts
Why do we have day and night?
Earth is always moving. It spins on
its tilted axis. It is called rotation.
As Earth rotates, the sun appears
to move across the sky, but it is the
Earth that is spinning and we do
not notice it because it spins so
fast at about 1, 675 kilometers per
hour. It takes 24 hours to complete
one rotation which is equivalent to
one cycle of daytime and
Why do we have day and night?
Earth is always moving. It spins on
its tilted axis. It is called rotation. As
Earth rotates, the sun appears to
move across the sky, but it is the
Earth that is spinning and we do not
notice it because it spins so fast at
about 1, 675 kilometers per hour. It
takes 24 hours to complete one
rotation which is equivalent to one
cycle of daytime and nighttime.
What are the effects of Earth’s
Rotation?
1. Earth’s rotation may result to the
occurrence of day and night. Places
facing the sun experience daytime while
those facing away from the sun
experience nighttime. The length of
daytime and nighttime varies as Earth
revolves around the sun.
2. The daily rising and setting of the
sun, stars, and the moon are the
A season is a period of the year that is
distinguished by special climate
conditions. The four seasons are spring,
summer, fall, and winter and they follow
one another regularly. Each has its own
light, temperature, and weather patterns
that repeat yearly. Seasons occur
because the earth is tilted on its axis
relative to the orbital plane – the
invisible, flat disc where most objects in
the solar system orbit the sun. Earth’s
axis is an invisible line that runs through
A season is a period of the year that is
distinguished by special climate conditions.
The four seasons are spring, summer, fall,
and winter and they follow one another
regularly. Each has its own light,
temperature, and weather patterns that
repeat yearly. Seasons occur because the
earth is tilted on its axis relative to the orbital
plane – the invisible, flat disc where most
objects in the solar system orbit the sun.
Earth’s axis is an invisible line that runs
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
nighttime. When Earth rotates, half
of it faces the sun and the other
half faces away from the sun.
When Earth rotates, half of it faces
the sun and the other half faces
away from the sun.
pattern of motion visible in the sky. The
sun rises in the east and sets in the
west, as do the moon, planets, and the
stars. These daily motions are the result
from Earth’s rotation.
3. Earth’s rotation affects the flow of air
and water on Earth. Flowing air and
water are diverted from north-south
direction to an east-west direction
because of Earth’s rotation. The
diversion of direction is called the
Coriolis Effect.
its center, from pole to pole. Earth
rotates around its axis.
through its center, from pole to pole. Earth
rotates around its axis.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
E. Continuation of the
discussion of new
concepts (leads to
Formative
Assessment 2)
Earth’s rotation results to the
occurrence of day and night.
Regions or places facing the sun
experience daytime, that side is
warmer and brighter. Regions or
places facing away from the sun
experience nighttime so it is cooler
and darker. Since the Earth is
always spinning, there is a line
between day and night and we
pass through it each day. Activities
of people and other living things
change according to the time of the
day. The Philippines is located
near the equator. During daytime,
our country, same as the countries
in the region, is facing the sun and
receiving much sunlight. When the
earth rotates and our country is in
the position wherein it is not facing
the sun and its darker and cooler,
we are experiencing nighttime.
Earth’s rotation results to the
occurrence of day and night.
Regions or places facing the sun
experience daytime, that side is
warmer and brighter. Regions or
places facing away from the sun
experience nighttime so it is cooler
and darker. Since the Earth is
always spinning, there is a line
between day and night and we pass
through it each day. Activities of
people and other living things
change according to the time of the
day. The Philippines is located near
the equator. During daytime, our
country, same as the countries in
the region, is facing the sun and
receiving much sunlight. When the
earth rotates and our country is in
the position wherein it is not facing
the sun and its darker and cooler,
we are experiencing nighttime.
What is the effect of Earth’s
revolution?
Occurrence of four seasons Earth’s
revolution and the inclination of its axis
are jointly responsible for the occurrence
of seasons. The tilt of Earth’s axis (23.5
degrees), together with the revolution,
produces the four seasons of the year –
spring, summer, fall, and winter.
Different parts of Earth are oriented
toward the sun at certain times of the
year. As Earth revolves around the sun,
the northern and southern hemispheres
receive a different amount of heat. This
results in the differences in the seasons
in the northern and southern
hemispheres. Look at the globe. There is
a horizontal line across the middle that
divides the northern and southern
hemispheres. This horizontal line is
called equator. Countries above the
equator are part of the northern
hemisphere, while countries below the
equator are part of the southern
hemisphere. The Philippines is above
the equator. It receives more sunlight
than countries near north and south
poles. As a tropical country, the
During the year, the seasons change
depending on the amount of sunlight
reaching the Earth as it revolves around
the Sun. The seasons change as the
Earth, tilted on its axis, travels in a loop
around the Sun each year. Summer
happens in the hemisphere tilted towards
the Sun, and winter happens in the
hemisphere tilted away from the Sun. As
the Earth travels around the Sun, the
season on the hemisphere that is tilted
towards or away from the Sun changes.
The hemisphere that is tilted towards the
Sun is warmer because sunlight travels
more directly to the Earth’s surface so
less gets scattered in the atmosphere.
That means that when it is summer in the
Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the
Southern Hemisphere. The hemisphere
that is tilted towards the Sun has longer
days and shorter nights. That is why
days are longer during the summer than
The effect of the revolution of the earth is the
changing seasons. Since the Earth is tilted by
23.5 degrees on its axis, there are times that
it is tilted towards or away from the sun as it
revolves around the sun. When the earth is
tilted towards the sun in the month of June,
the Northern Hemisphere experiences
summer while the Southern Hemisphere
experiences winter because the Northern
Hemisphere is exposed to direct sunlight. The
Northern hemisphere receives more solar
radiation. As the Earth moves, summer turns
to autumn or fall in the northern hemisphere
while the season in the southern hemisphere
changed from winter to spring. In September
21, both hemispheres receive equal energy
from the sun. There is an equal length of days
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
Philippines experiences only two
seasons:
1.) dry season
2.) wet season. The dry season starts in
November and ends in May, which are
considered to be summer months, while
the wet season starts in June and ends
in October. Wet season is also known as
rainy season. The countries away from
the equator and near the polar regions
experience four seasons –
1.) winter
2.) spring
3.) summer
4.) autumn
Solstices and Equinoxes
The direction of the tilt of Earth’s axis
stays the same as it spins around and
as it goes around the sun. The tilt of
Earth also helps define the length of
day and night at the poles and equator
during the winter.
At the equator, there are no seasons
because each day the Sun strikes at
about the same angle. Every day of the
year, the equator receives about 12
hours of sunlight. The poles remain cool
because they never tilted in a direct path
of sunlight. Much light is scattered by the
atmosphere before reaching the Earth’s
surface at the poles. During midwinter,
when a pole has tilted away from the
Sun, there is no daylight at all and the
sun never rises. However, during the
summer, a pole receives sunlight all the
time and there is no night.
and night. It is called equinox.
When the earth is tilted away from the sun in
the month of December, the Northern
Hemisphere experiences winter while the
Southern Hemisphere experiences summer
because the Southern Hemisphere is
exposed to direct sunlight. The Southern
hemisphere receives more solar radiation. In
March, both hemispheres receive equal
amount of solar energy. It is spring in the
Northern hemisphere and autumn or fall in the
southern hemisphere. The four seasons do
not occur in the Philippines because it is
located near the equator, thus, it receives
sunlight all throughout the year. There are
only two seasons - dry and wet.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
during two occasions in a solar year.
On June 21 and December 21, the tilt of
Earth’s axis reaches its maximum and
minimum angles relative to the sun.
This is called the solstice. When Earth’s
axis is at its maximum angle from the
sun, longer days are experienced in the
hemisphere that is farthest from the
sun, while shorter days happen in the
opposite hemisphere. On March 21 and
September 21, Earth’s position makes it
as such that the sun is exactly over the
equator. When this happens, the hours
of daylight and darkness are about
equal almost everywhere on Earth. This
is called the equinox
F. Developing mastery
(leads to Formative
Assessment 3)
Directions: Read and understand
the statements. Write CAUSE if the
statement is about the reason why
it happened. Write EFFECT if the
statement is the result of the event.
Write your answer on a separate
sheet of paper. ___________ 1.
Rotation is a completion of daytime
and nighttime. ___________ 2. It is
daytime in places where it is facing
It is Demo Time!
Directions: Do the activity then write
your observations. Write your
answer on a separate sheet of
paper.
Problem: What causes day and
night?
Materials:
Directions: Match Column A with
Column B. Write the letter of your
choice in a separate sheet of
paper/notebook.
Directions: Write TRUE if the sentence
is correct. If not, change the underlined
word or words to make the sentence
correct and write it on the blank.
____________ 1. When the Northern
Hemisphere is exposed to direct
sunlight, the people living there
experience winter. ____________ 2.
The sun is directly overhead in the
Directions: List down five activities that can
be done during dry and wet season. Be
guided by the given example. Write your
answers on a separate sheet of paper.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
the sun. ___________ 3. It is
nighttime in places where it is not
facing the sun. ___________ 4.
The earth rotates on its axis from
west to east which makes the sun
moves as we see during sunrise
and sunset. ___________ 5. The
movement of the Earth makes
daytime and nighttime.
a lamp
a globe model or a ball string
What you need to do: 1. Set a
table. Place the globe in the middle.
If you do not have a globe, use a
ball. Stick the string on the ball. Tie
the string on the ceiling.
2. Put the lamp (as a model sun) at
the end of the table.
3. Stick a red paper mark on the
place you want to be your region.
(Example: Philippines)
4. Turn on the lamp, spin the globe,
and let the part with the red mark
face the lamp. This will be the
daytime in that region.
5. Spin the globe and let the region
with the red mark face the other
side. This will be the region’s
nighttime.
6. Slowly spin the globe
continuously. Observe what
happens.
What have you found out?
As the result of your experiment,
write your observations. Complete
the given phrase.
equator during fall or autumnal equinox
season.
____________ 3. The Earth is tilted by
21.5 degrees on its axis. ____________
4. During Spring Equinox, both
hemispheres receive equal amount of
solar energy. ____________ 5. There
are four seasons in the Philippines.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
G. Finding practical
applications of
concepts and skills
in daily living
(reflective approach)
Directions: Using a bond paper,
illustrate or draw the movement
revolution of the Earth around the
Sun.
Directions: Complete the
paragraph. Choose the answers in
the box. Write your answers on a
separate sheet of paper.
Earth has two motion – the (1)
__________ and the revolution. As
Earth rotates on its (2) __________
from west to east, different parts of it
face and turn away from the sun,
creating a period of (3) __________
and nighttime. The regions facing
the (4) __________ experience
daytime while those away from the
sun experience (5) __________.
Directions: Read each statement
carefully. Write A if only statement I is
correct; B if only statement II is correct ;
C if both statements are correct and D if
the two statements are wrong. ______
1.
I. Rotation is the movement of Earth on
its axis.
II. Revolution is the movement of Earth
around the sun.
_____ 2.
I. Rotation causes day and night.
II. Revolution causes changes in the
weather.
_____ 3. I. Rotation takes 24 hours.
II. Revolution happens only in one day.
_____ 4. I. A certain place experience
daytime when it is facing to the sun.
II. A certain place experience nighttime
when it is away from the sun.
_____ 5. I. The two movements of the
Earth are rotation and revolution.
II. The four seasons are caused by the
revolution of the Earth around the sun
and the tilting of Earth’s axis.
Directions: Write the missing words to
complete the paragraph. Write your
answer on a separate sheet of paper.
Rotation is the movement of Earth on its
axis while (1) __________ is the
movement of Earth around the sun.
Earth’s revolution causes four seasons in
other countries, namely: winter, (2)
__________, summer, and (3)
__________. While in the Philippines
there are only two seasons, (4)
__________ and (5) __________.
We only experience two seasons in the
Philippines, dry and wet. If you are to choose,
which of the two do you like more? Explain
your answer
H. Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson
Why do we have days and nights? Why do we have days and nights? Why do other countries have four
seasons?
Why do seasons change? Why do seasons change?
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
 Evaluating learning Directions: Choose the letter of the
best answer. Write the letter of
your answer on a separate sheet
of paper.
1. When regions or places are
facing the sun as the earth rotates,
it is __________ in those regions.
A. daytime
B. nighttime
C. summer
D. winter
2. It is nighttime when
__________.
A. the earth is rotating
counterclockwise
B. the regions or places are facing
the sun
C. the regions or places are not
facing the sun.
D. the earth revolves around the
sun in a counterclockwise
direction.
3. One complete rotation will result
into __________.
A. one complete daytime and
nighttime
B. one complete month
C. one complete week
D. one complete hour
Directions: Draw a thumbs up ( )
if the statement expresses a
worthwhile activity and thumbs
down ( ) if not.
__________ 1. Sleep all day and all
night. __________ 2. Exercise in
the daytime. __________ 3. Finish
the task that you schedule for the
day. __________ 4. Do some
cleaning up and gardening in your
yard. __________ 5. Watch
television and play video games all
through the night.
Directions: Use the different words to
identify the seasons in different places.
summer
spring
winter
autumn __________________1.
Coldest time of the year.
__________________2. Season when
leaves wither and fall to the ground.
__________________3. The hottest
time of the year.
__________________4. Hours of
nighttime are longer than daytime.
__________________5. There are
more hours of daytime than nighttime.
Directions: Study the pictures in each
column. Fill in the blanks with the
correct answer/s. Choose your answer
from the given list below. Write your
answers on a separate sheet of paper.
Directions: Choose the letter of the best
answer. Write the letter of your answer on a
separate sheet of paper.
1. One of Earth's motions causes it to have
four seasons. Which of these motions
causes Earth to have four seasons? A.
revolving
B. rotating
C. spinning
D. vibrating
2. What is the degree of tilt of the planet
Earth?
A. 360 degrees
B. 90 degrees
C. 23.5 degrees
D. 13.5 degree
3. Which of the following is true about the
movement of the Earth?
A. The Earth revolves around the moon.
B. The Earth rotates around the moon.
C. The Earth revolves around the sun.
D. The Earth rotates around the sun.
4. What are the two seasons of the
Philippines?
A. Summer and Dry
B. Dry and Sunny
C. Wet and Fall
D. Dry and Wet
5. Which of the following is NOT true about
seasons?
A. Season affects our daily activities.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
4. When demonstrating daytime
and nighttime, what material will
you use to model the earth?
A. table
B. candle
C. lamp
D. globe
5. How will you explain this
illustration?
A. It is summertime in places
facing the sun.
B. It is nighttime in places facing
the sun.
C. It is daytime in places facing the
sun.
D. It is winter in places facing the
sun.
B. Each season lasts for three months.
C. Season is a short period of climatic
change.
D. Philippines experiences four seasons
caused by the Earth’s revolution.
I. Additional activities
for application or
remediation
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the evaluation
___Yes ___No
____ of Learners who caught up the
lesson
___Yes ___No
____ of Learners who caught up the
lesson
___Yes ___No
____ of Learners who caught up the
lesson
___Yes ___No
____ of Learners who caught up the
lesson
___Yes ___No
____ of Learners who caught up the lesson
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
___ of Learners who continue to
require remediation
___ of Learners who continue to
require remediation
___ of Learners who continue to require
remediation
___ of Learners who continue to require
remediation
___ of Learners who continue to require
remediation
Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson
Strategies used that work well:
___ Group collaboration
___ Games
___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw
___ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
___ Carousel
___ Diads
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
___ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
___ Lecture Method
Why?
___ Complete IMs
___ Availability of Materials
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
___ Group member’s
Cooperation in
doing their tasks
Strategies used that work well:
___ Group collaboration
___ Games
___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw
___ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
___ Carousel
___ Diads
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
___ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
___ Lecture Method
Why?
___ Complete IMs
___ Availability of Materials
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
___ Group member’s
Cooperation in
doing their tasks
Strategies used that work well:
___ Group collaboration
___ Games
___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw
___ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
___ Carousel
___ Diads
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
___ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
___ Lecture Method
Why?
___ Complete IMs
___ Availability of Materials
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
___ Group member’s Cooperation in
doing their tasks
Strategies used that work well:
___ Group collaboration
___ Games
___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw
___ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
___ Carousel
___ Diads
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
___ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
___ Lecture Method
Why?
___ Complete IMs
___ Availability of Materials
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
___ Group member’s Cooperation in
doing their tasks
Strategies used that work well:
___ Group collaboration
___ Games
___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw
___ Answering preliminary
activities/exercises
___ Carousel
___ Diads
___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
___ Rereading of Paragraphs/
Poems/Stories
___ Differentiated Instruction
___ Role Playing/Drama
___ Discovery Method
___ Lecture Method
Why?
___ Complete IMs
___ Availability of Materials
___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn
___ Group member’s Cooperation in
doing their tasks
No. of learners who continue
to require remediation
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION IV-A CALABARZON
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE
AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE
MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS
Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas
 0977 809 8671
 mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com
 DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be
used as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be
used as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used
as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used as
Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used as
Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
What difficulties did I
encounter which my principal
or supervisor can help me
solve?
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
__ Bullying among pupils
__ Pupils’ behavior/attitude
__ Colorful IMs
__ Unavailable Technology
Equipment (AVR/LCD)
__ Science/ Computer/
Internet Lab
__ Additional Clerical works
What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?*54
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``
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be
used as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be
used as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used
as Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used as
Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Planned Innovations:
__ Localized Videos
__ Making big books from
views of the locality
__ Recycling of plastics to be used as
Instructional Materials
__ local poetical composition
Prepared by:
RICH MICHAEL C. CANELA
Teacher III
NOTED:
AGAPITO S. CANELA JR.
Head Teacher III

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G6_SCIENCE_WEEK-5.docx

  • 1. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province GRADES 1 to 12 DAILY LESSON PLAN School: Mahabang Gulod Elementary School Grade Level: VI-MAPAGMAHAL Teacher: Rich Michael C. Canela Learning Area: SCIENCE DATES: May 29-June 2, 2023 Quarter: 4TH-WEEK 5 I.OBJECTIVES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation and revolution. The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation and revolution. The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation and revolution. The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation and revolution. The learner demonstrates the earth’s rotation and revolution. A. Performance Standards The learners design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit. The learners design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit. The learners design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit. The learners design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit. The learners design an emergency and preparedness plan and kit. B. Most Essential Learning Competencies LC code Differentiate between rotation and revolution and describe the effects of the Earth’s motions. Differentiate between rotation and revolution and describe the effects of the Earth’s motions. Differentiate between rotation and revolution and describe the effects of the Earth’s motions. Differentiate between rotation and revolution and describe the effects of the Earth’s motions. Differentiate between rotation and revolution and describe the effects of the Earth’s motions. II. CONTENT Effect of the Earth’s Motion – The Occurence of Day and Night Effect of the Earth’s Motion – The Occurence of Day and Night Effect of the Earth’s Motion – The Occurence of Day and Night Seasons Seasons III. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 K TO 12 MELC 2020 p. 138 1. Teacher’s Guide pages LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 LEAP WEEK 5 2. Learner’s Materials pages 3. Textbook pages Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Adduru, M.Q., Valencia, N. G., Cyber Science 6. 2015. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc. Padpad, E.C., The New Science Links 6. 2017. Manila. Rex Bookstore, Inc.
  • 2. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province 4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal B. Other Learning Resources Powerpoint presentation, flash cards,video clip Powerpoint presentation, flash cards Powerpoint presentation, flash cards,video clip Powerpoint presentation, flash cards IV. PROCEDURES A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson Write True if the statement is correct and False if not. _____ 1. Orbit is the imaginary path an object follows as it revolves. _____ 2. A complete revolution of the earth around the sun is equal to one day. _____ 3. The Earth tilts as it rotates on its axis. _____ 4. One complete rotation is equal to one daytime. _____ 5. The earth rotates in a counterclockwise direction. Recall previous lesson. Recall previous lesson. Directions: Give the missing letters to identify the word that will complete the sentence. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. 1. R__t__t__o__ is the turning of the earth on its axis. 2. R__v__l__t__o__ is the movement of the earth around the sun on its orbit. 3. A__i__ is an imaginary line that runs through the earth from the North Pole to the South Pole where the Earth spins in a counterclockwise direction. 4. The Earth’s axis is t__l__e__. 5. O__b__t is an elliptical path where the earth revolves around the sun. Recall previous lesson. B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson C. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson Directions: Observe the pictures below. Match the phrases below that describe each picture. Write your answer on the space provided. Continuation of the topic. Earth is one of the planets in the solar system. It is in constant motion at a constant speed. It rotates (rotation) on its axis as it revolves (revolution) around the sun. These two motions affect our life on Earth. Directions: Look at the pictures then answer the questions that follow. Continuation of the topic.
  • 3. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province Takes 24hours (1day) When the Earth travels around the sun When the Earth spins or turns on its axis Brings about the occurrence of day and night Earth travels around the sun for 365days (1year) Brings about the occurrence of different seasons What are the effects of these movements? D. Discussing new concepts Why do we have day and night? Earth is always moving. It spins on its tilted axis. It is called rotation. As Earth rotates, the sun appears to move across the sky, but it is the Earth that is spinning and we do not notice it because it spins so fast at about 1, 675 kilometers per hour. It takes 24 hours to complete one rotation which is equivalent to one cycle of daytime and Why do we have day and night? Earth is always moving. It spins on its tilted axis. It is called rotation. As Earth rotates, the sun appears to move across the sky, but it is the Earth that is spinning and we do not notice it because it spins so fast at about 1, 675 kilometers per hour. It takes 24 hours to complete one rotation which is equivalent to one cycle of daytime and nighttime. What are the effects of Earth’s Rotation? 1. Earth’s rotation may result to the occurrence of day and night. Places facing the sun experience daytime while those facing away from the sun experience nighttime. The length of daytime and nighttime varies as Earth revolves around the sun. 2. The daily rising and setting of the sun, stars, and the moon are the A season is a period of the year that is distinguished by special climate conditions. The four seasons are spring, summer, fall, and winter and they follow one another regularly. Each has its own light, temperature, and weather patterns that repeat yearly. Seasons occur because the earth is tilted on its axis relative to the orbital plane – the invisible, flat disc where most objects in the solar system orbit the sun. Earth’s axis is an invisible line that runs through A season is a period of the year that is distinguished by special climate conditions. The four seasons are spring, summer, fall, and winter and they follow one another regularly. Each has its own light, temperature, and weather patterns that repeat yearly. Seasons occur because the earth is tilted on its axis relative to the orbital plane – the invisible, flat disc where most objects in the solar system orbit the sun. Earth’s axis is an invisible line that runs
  • 4. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province nighttime. When Earth rotates, half of it faces the sun and the other half faces away from the sun. When Earth rotates, half of it faces the sun and the other half faces away from the sun. pattern of motion visible in the sky. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west, as do the moon, planets, and the stars. These daily motions are the result from Earth’s rotation. 3. Earth’s rotation affects the flow of air and water on Earth. Flowing air and water are diverted from north-south direction to an east-west direction because of Earth’s rotation. The diversion of direction is called the Coriolis Effect. its center, from pole to pole. Earth rotates around its axis. through its center, from pole to pole. Earth rotates around its axis.
  • 5. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province E. Continuation of the discussion of new concepts (leads to Formative Assessment 2) Earth’s rotation results to the occurrence of day and night. Regions or places facing the sun experience daytime, that side is warmer and brighter. Regions or places facing away from the sun experience nighttime so it is cooler and darker. Since the Earth is always spinning, there is a line between day and night and we pass through it each day. Activities of people and other living things change according to the time of the day. The Philippines is located near the equator. During daytime, our country, same as the countries in the region, is facing the sun and receiving much sunlight. When the earth rotates and our country is in the position wherein it is not facing the sun and its darker and cooler, we are experiencing nighttime. Earth’s rotation results to the occurrence of day and night. Regions or places facing the sun experience daytime, that side is warmer and brighter. Regions or places facing away from the sun experience nighttime so it is cooler and darker. Since the Earth is always spinning, there is a line between day and night and we pass through it each day. Activities of people and other living things change according to the time of the day. The Philippines is located near the equator. During daytime, our country, same as the countries in the region, is facing the sun and receiving much sunlight. When the earth rotates and our country is in the position wherein it is not facing the sun and its darker and cooler, we are experiencing nighttime. What is the effect of Earth’s revolution? Occurrence of four seasons Earth’s revolution and the inclination of its axis are jointly responsible for the occurrence of seasons. The tilt of Earth’s axis (23.5 degrees), together with the revolution, produces the four seasons of the year – spring, summer, fall, and winter. Different parts of Earth are oriented toward the sun at certain times of the year. As Earth revolves around the sun, the northern and southern hemispheres receive a different amount of heat. This results in the differences in the seasons in the northern and southern hemispheres. Look at the globe. There is a horizontal line across the middle that divides the northern and southern hemispheres. This horizontal line is called equator. Countries above the equator are part of the northern hemisphere, while countries below the equator are part of the southern hemisphere. The Philippines is above the equator. It receives more sunlight than countries near north and south poles. As a tropical country, the During the year, the seasons change depending on the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth as it revolves around the Sun. The seasons change as the Earth, tilted on its axis, travels in a loop around the Sun each year. Summer happens in the hemisphere tilted towards the Sun, and winter happens in the hemisphere tilted away from the Sun. As the Earth travels around the Sun, the season on the hemisphere that is tilted towards or away from the Sun changes. The hemisphere that is tilted towards the Sun is warmer because sunlight travels more directly to the Earth’s surface so less gets scattered in the atmosphere. That means that when it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere. The hemisphere that is tilted towards the Sun has longer days and shorter nights. That is why days are longer during the summer than The effect of the revolution of the earth is the changing seasons. Since the Earth is tilted by 23.5 degrees on its axis, there are times that it is tilted towards or away from the sun as it revolves around the sun. When the earth is tilted towards the sun in the month of June, the Northern Hemisphere experiences summer while the Southern Hemisphere experiences winter because the Northern Hemisphere is exposed to direct sunlight. The Northern hemisphere receives more solar radiation. As the Earth moves, summer turns to autumn or fall in the northern hemisphere while the season in the southern hemisphere changed from winter to spring. In September 21, both hemispheres receive equal energy from the sun. There is an equal length of days
  • 6. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province Philippines experiences only two seasons: 1.) dry season 2.) wet season. The dry season starts in November and ends in May, which are considered to be summer months, while the wet season starts in June and ends in October. Wet season is also known as rainy season. The countries away from the equator and near the polar regions experience four seasons – 1.) winter 2.) spring 3.) summer 4.) autumn Solstices and Equinoxes The direction of the tilt of Earth’s axis stays the same as it spins around and as it goes around the sun. The tilt of Earth also helps define the length of day and night at the poles and equator during the winter. At the equator, there are no seasons because each day the Sun strikes at about the same angle. Every day of the year, the equator receives about 12 hours of sunlight. The poles remain cool because they never tilted in a direct path of sunlight. Much light is scattered by the atmosphere before reaching the Earth’s surface at the poles. During midwinter, when a pole has tilted away from the Sun, there is no daylight at all and the sun never rises. However, during the summer, a pole receives sunlight all the time and there is no night. and night. It is called equinox. When the earth is tilted away from the sun in the month of December, the Northern Hemisphere experiences winter while the Southern Hemisphere experiences summer because the Southern Hemisphere is exposed to direct sunlight. The Southern hemisphere receives more solar radiation. In March, both hemispheres receive equal amount of solar energy. It is spring in the Northern hemisphere and autumn or fall in the southern hemisphere. The four seasons do not occur in the Philippines because it is located near the equator, thus, it receives sunlight all throughout the year. There are only two seasons - dry and wet.
  • 7. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province during two occasions in a solar year. On June 21 and December 21, the tilt of Earth’s axis reaches its maximum and minimum angles relative to the sun. This is called the solstice. When Earth’s axis is at its maximum angle from the sun, longer days are experienced in the hemisphere that is farthest from the sun, while shorter days happen in the opposite hemisphere. On March 21 and September 21, Earth’s position makes it as such that the sun is exactly over the equator. When this happens, the hours of daylight and darkness are about equal almost everywhere on Earth. This is called the equinox F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3) Directions: Read and understand the statements. Write CAUSE if the statement is about the reason why it happened. Write EFFECT if the statement is the result of the event. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. ___________ 1. Rotation is a completion of daytime and nighttime. ___________ 2. It is daytime in places where it is facing It is Demo Time! Directions: Do the activity then write your observations. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. Problem: What causes day and night? Materials: Directions: Match Column A with Column B. Write the letter of your choice in a separate sheet of paper/notebook. Directions: Write TRUE if the sentence is correct. If not, change the underlined word or words to make the sentence correct and write it on the blank. ____________ 1. When the Northern Hemisphere is exposed to direct sunlight, the people living there experience winter. ____________ 2. The sun is directly overhead in the Directions: List down five activities that can be done during dry and wet season. Be guided by the given example. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.
  • 8. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province the sun. ___________ 3. It is nighttime in places where it is not facing the sun. ___________ 4. The earth rotates on its axis from west to east which makes the sun moves as we see during sunrise and sunset. ___________ 5. The movement of the Earth makes daytime and nighttime. a lamp a globe model or a ball string What you need to do: 1. Set a table. Place the globe in the middle. If you do not have a globe, use a ball. Stick the string on the ball. Tie the string on the ceiling. 2. Put the lamp (as a model sun) at the end of the table. 3. Stick a red paper mark on the place you want to be your region. (Example: Philippines) 4. Turn on the lamp, spin the globe, and let the part with the red mark face the lamp. This will be the daytime in that region. 5. Spin the globe and let the region with the red mark face the other side. This will be the region’s nighttime. 6. Slowly spin the globe continuously. Observe what happens. What have you found out? As the result of your experiment, write your observations. Complete the given phrase. equator during fall or autumnal equinox season. ____________ 3. The Earth is tilted by 21.5 degrees on its axis. ____________ 4. During Spring Equinox, both hemispheres receive equal amount of solar energy. ____________ 5. There are four seasons in the Philippines.
  • 9. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living (reflective approach) Directions: Using a bond paper, illustrate or draw the movement revolution of the Earth around the Sun. Directions: Complete the paragraph. Choose the answers in the box. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Earth has two motion – the (1) __________ and the revolution. As Earth rotates on its (2) __________ from west to east, different parts of it face and turn away from the sun, creating a period of (3) __________ and nighttime. The regions facing the (4) __________ experience daytime while those away from the sun experience (5) __________. Directions: Read each statement carefully. Write A if only statement I is correct; B if only statement II is correct ; C if both statements are correct and D if the two statements are wrong. ______ 1. I. Rotation is the movement of Earth on its axis. II. Revolution is the movement of Earth around the sun. _____ 2. I. Rotation causes day and night. II. Revolution causes changes in the weather. _____ 3. I. Rotation takes 24 hours. II. Revolution happens only in one day. _____ 4. I. A certain place experience daytime when it is facing to the sun. II. A certain place experience nighttime when it is away from the sun. _____ 5. I. The two movements of the Earth are rotation and revolution. II. The four seasons are caused by the revolution of the Earth around the sun and the tilting of Earth’s axis. Directions: Write the missing words to complete the paragraph. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. Rotation is the movement of Earth on its axis while (1) __________ is the movement of Earth around the sun. Earth’s revolution causes four seasons in other countries, namely: winter, (2) __________, summer, and (3) __________. While in the Philippines there are only two seasons, (4) __________ and (5) __________. We only experience two seasons in the Philippines, dry and wet. If you are to choose, which of the two do you like more? Explain your answer H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson Why do we have days and nights? Why do we have days and nights? Why do other countries have four seasons? Why do seasons change? Why do seasons change?
  • 10. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province  Evaluating learning Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write the letter of your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. When regions or places are facing the sun as the earth rotates, it is __________ in those regions. A. daytime B. nighttime C. summer D. winter 2. It is nighttime when __________. A. the earth is rotating counterclockwise B. the regions or places are facing the sun C. the regions or places are not facing the sun. D. the earth revolves around the sun in a counterclockwise direction. 3. One complete rotation will result into __________. A. one complete daytime and nighttime B. one complete month C. one complete week D. one complete hour Directions: Draw a thumbs up ( ) if the statement expresses a worthwhile activity and thumbs down ( ) if not. __________ 1. Sleep all day and all night. __________ 2. Exercise in the daytime. __________ 3. Finish the task that you schedule for the day. __________ 4. Do some cleaning up and gardening in your yard. __________ 5. Watch television and play video games all through the night. Directions: Use the different words to identify the seasons in different places. summer spring winter autumn __________________1. Coldest time of the year. __________________2. Season when leaves wither and fall to the ground. __________________3. The hottest time of the year. __________________4. Hours of nighttime are longer than daytime. __________________5. There are more hours of daytime than nighttime. Directions: Study the pictures in each column. Fill in the blanks with the correct answer/s. Choose your answer from the given list below. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write the letter of your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. One of Earth's motions causes it to have four seasons. Which of these motions causes Earth to have four seasons? A. revolving B. rotating C. spinning D. vibrating 2. What is the degree of tilt of the planet Earth? A. 360 degrees B. 90 degrees C. 23.5 degrees D. 13.5 degree 3. Which of the following is true about the movement of the Earth? A. The Earth revolves around the moon. B. The Earth rotates around the moon. C. The Earth revolves around the sun. D. The Earth rotates around the sun. 4. What are the two seasons of the Philippines? A. Summer and Dry B. Dry and Sunny C. Wet and Fall D. Dry and Wet 5. Which of the following is NOT true about seasons? A. Season affects our daily activities.
  • 11. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province 4. When demonstrating daytime and nighttime, what material will you use to model the earth? A. table B. candle C. lamp D. globe 5. How will you explain this illustration? A. It is summertime in places facing the sun. B. It is nighttime in places facing the sun. C. It is daytime in places facing the sun. D. It is winter in places facing the sun. B. Each season lasts for three months. C. Season is a short period of climatic change. D. Philippines experiences four seasons caused by the Earth’s revolution. I. Additional activities for application or remediation V. REMARKS VI. REFLECTION A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation ___Yes ___No ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson ___Yes ___No ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson ___Yes ___No ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson ___Yes ___No ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson ___Yes ___No ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson
  • 12. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson Strategies used that work well: ___ Group collaboration ___ Games ___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw ___ Answering preliminary activities/exercises ___ Carousel ___ Diads ___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS) ___ Rereading of Paragraphs/ Poems/Stories ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Discovery Method ___ Lecture Method Why? ___ Complete IMs ___ Availability of Materials ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks Strategies used that work well: ___ Group collaboration ___ Games ___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw ___ Answering preliminary activities/exercises ___ Carousel ___ Diads ___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS) ___ Rereading of Paragraphs/ Poems/Stories ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Discovery Method ___ Lecture Method Why? ___ Complete IMs ___ Availability of Materials ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks Strategies used that work well: ___ Group collaboration ___ Games ___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw ___ Answering preliminary activities/exercises ___ Carousel ___ Diads ___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS) ___ Rereading of Paragraphs/ Poems/Stories ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Discovery Method ___ Lecture Method Why? ___ Complete IMs ___ Availability of Materials ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks Strategies used that work well: ___ Group collaboration ___ Games ___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw ___ Answering preliminary activities/exercises ___ Carousel ___ Diads ___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS) ___ Rereading of Paragraphs/ Poems/Stories ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Discovery Method ___ Lecture Method Why? ___ Complete IMs ___ Availability of Materials ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks Strategies used that work well: ___ Group collaboration ___ Games ___ Solving Puzzles/Jigsaw ___ Answering preliminary activities/exercises ___ Carousel ___ Diads ___ Think-Pair-Share (TPS) ___ Rereading of Paragraphs/ Poems/Stories ___ Differentiated Instruction ___ Role Playing/Drama ___ Discovery Method ___ Lecture Method Why? ___ Complete IMs ___ Availability of Materials ___ Pupils’ eagerness to learn ___ Group member’s Cooperation in doing their tasks No. of learners who continue to require remediation __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/
  • 13. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education REGION IV-A CALABARZON SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BATANGAS PROVINCE AGONCILLO-SUB OFFICE MAHABANG GULOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITIO MAHABANG GULOD, BARIGON, AGONCILLO, BATANGAS Address: Sitio Mahabang Gulod, Barigon, Agoncillo, Batangas  0977 809 8671  mahabanggulod.es107209@gmail.com  DepEd Tayo Mahabang Gulod ES - Batangas Province Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work? Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve? __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works __ Bullying among pupils __ Pupils’ behavior/attitude __ Colorful IMs __ Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD) __ Science/ Computer/ Internet Lab __ Additional Clerical works What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?*54 2189yuj0KNM `` Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Planned Innovations: __ Localized Videos __ Making big books from views of the locality __ Recycling of plastics to be used as Instructional Materials __ local poetical composition Prepared by: RICH MICHAEL C. CANELA Teacher III NOTED: AGAPITO S. CANELA JR. Head Teacher III