Semi-detailed lesson plan (science) I. Identify the parts of the circulatory system and describe them. “Appreciate the importance of the circulatory system. ” II. A. Topic I. People Sub. -topic: Circulatory System PELC 1. 1, page 5 References: Into the Future VI, pp. 2-3 Exploring Science and Health VI, pp. 18-20 B. Science Ideas The circulatory system is made up of heart, blood and blood vessels. C. Processes: Identifying, Describing D. Materials: picture of the circulatory system, flashcards, charts III. A. 1. Science report by the pupils . Drill on Science concepts and ideas learned about the body system. 3. What body system continues the work done by the digestive system? B. 1. Prepation What happens with the food nutrients in the small in testine? How does it reach the different body cells? 2. Presentation of the activity Study the drawing of the circulatory systemand note down its main parts. Describe each part. 3. Discussion What organs make up the circulatory system? What can you say about the heart? What is known as the red river of life? Where does blood pass thru? . Concept Formation The circulatory system is composed of heart, blood and blood vessels. 5. Application Name the main parts of the circulatory system. IV. Formative Test Identify the different parts of the circulatory system. V. Assignment Answer the following questions. 1. What are the parts of the heart? 2. What are the function of each part? Brief lesson plan Outline of Lesson Plan Day 1 Focus: Listening and Speaking Class : Year 1 Time: 8. 40-9. 40 a. m. Theme: World of Knowledge Topic: How Many? Content Standard(s): 1. By the end of the 6-year primary schooling pupils will be able topronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythmand intonation. Learning standard(s): 1. 1. 3 Able to listen to, say aloud and recite rhymes or sing songswith guidance. Objective(s): By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: a. enjoy singing the song. b. count number one until five correctly. Activities : Induction 1. Teacher shows a picture card of a cat. 2. Teacher asks Yes/ No questions. 3. Teacher introduces the /k/ sound as in the c-a-t initial sound position.
Content 4. Teacher shows finger puppets. 5. Pupils count the amount of the finger puppets on the teacher’s fingers. 6. The teachersings a songwhere the pupils listen carefully then they follow the teacher tosing the song aloud with action. Closure 7. Teacher shows up the picture card again and asks simple questions about the cat. e. g. How many legs has the cat? How many ears has the cat? How many nose has the cat? Teaching and Learning Strategies: Musical Added value : Entrepreneur Cross curricular element(s): Mathematics
Teaching Aid(s): Picture cards and finger puppets Assessment: Band 2 Reflection: Objectives: A. Identify the main idea or concept in the poem entitled “The Little Rain”. B. Discuss the poem by sharing the reactions of the students in the class. C. Give full understanding to the importance of rain in our life. II. Subject Matter: A. Topic: “The Little Rain” by Tu Fu B. References: English Expressway, Dr. Virginia Bermudez et. al, p 176 C. Materials: video presentation, chalkboard, chalk, manila paper. III. Procedure: A. Motivation The teacher will group the class into 3 groups.