COMPONENTS OF EACH LESSON
These are stimulating questions that lead to discovering the key concepts and enduring ideas.
This section has simple experiments and challenging activities where the process learning is applied by first hand experience. The students will have a direct experience with materials and equipment that will develop their manipulative skills.
This section is the presentation and discussion of ideas and principles aligned with the competencies of the K to 12 Science Curriculum.
This section provides information on current environmental concerns, like health and conservation of the environment. It also identifies issues and concerns that encourage students to participate actively in protecting and saving “Mother Earth.”
This section presents important breakthroughs in Science related to some topics in the lesson.
This section summarizes the key ideas and principles discussed in the lesson.
This section provides right values and attitudes to help students appreciate and hone their higher order thinking skills by considering actual life experiences in the light of what they have learned.
This section provides a variety of challenging check-up questions to help students integrate and apply what they have learned.
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