# 2nd Sem Basic Science M1.4

```Bangbowitthayakom School
English Program / Mini-English Program
Subject: Basic Science 2
Semester: Second
Topic: Heat and Temperature
Course Code: Science 21101
Level: Mathayom 1/4
Unit: 1
Hour: 2/week
Teacher’s Name: Mr. Kim Oneil M. Alveyra
1. STRAND
Strand 1: Energy
2. STANDARD
Standard Sc.1.1: Understanding of relationship between energy and life; energy transformation;
interrelationship between substances and energy; effects of energy utilization on life and the
environment; investigate process for seeking knowledge; and communication of acquired knowledge
that could be applied for useful purposes.
3. STUDENTS’ COMPETENCIES/INDICATORS
a. Experiment and explain temperature and its measurement
4. LEARNING OUTCOMES
4.1 Knowledge
4.1.1 The students will be able to differentiate between heat and temperature.
4.2 Process
4.2.1 The students will be able to explain heat energy and the factors on which it is
dependent.
4.3 Attributes
4.3.1 The students will be able to develop “learning together” skills as they work within their
group.
5. SUBJECT MATTER
5.1 Topic: Heat and Temperature
5.2 Sub-Topics: Units and Calculations in Temperature Conversion
6. PROCEDURES
6.1 Daily Routine
6.1.1 Checking of Attendance
6.1.2 Cleanliness/Order of the classroom
6.2.1 Science Word Drill
The teacher will acquaint the students with the terms heat, temperature, higher and lower energy
level, freezing and boiling point, specific heat and latent heat. During the discussion, the teacher
will revisit the terms from time to time to increase the retention through repetitive practice. And
during oral recitation, the students must be able to use as much words in their answer from the
word wall (wall that contains all the vocabulary that was learned from the old topics to the current
one).
6.2.2 Motivation
The teacher will ask the students random questions like “Raise your hand if you ever put on a jacket?
Or turned on a heater? Or melted an ice cube in your hand?”. And from the answers of the students,
the teacher will introduce the terms heat and temperature.
6.2.3 Review
The teacher will ask the class about energy, since it’s a common term in science. From there, the
teacher will start introducing heat as a form of energy.
6.4 Presentation
6.3.1 Discussion
The teacher will have a discussion for 15 minutes about the concept of heat and temperature, its
units and calculations.
It shall answer the following questions:
1. What is heat?
2. What is temperature?
3. What is the difference between heat and temperature?
4. How is temperature measured?
5. What are the units of temperature?
6. What are the conversion factors of the units of temperature?
7. What is latent heat? (includes formula)
8. What is specific heat? (includes formula)
9. What is the difference between latent heat and specific heat?
6.3.2 Group Activity
The students will be provided with worksheets that they must complete with their group. The
questions in the worksheets range from essay writing, solving, labeling the diagram, and fill in the
blanks.
6.3.3 Conclusion/Generalization
Heat is the flow of thermal energy from one medium to another, or from an energy source to an
object. Temperature is the measure of the average kinetic energy of an object. In its simplest
definition, it measures the hotness or coldness of an object. While these two terms are often used
interchangeably, they are different in such a way that heat is the transfer of energy from a high
temperature to a low temperature, while temperature is the measure of the average motion of the
molecules. The most common unit for temperature is the degree Celsius, and we also have other
units like degree Fahrenheit, Kelvin, and Romer. These unit can be converted into each other given
its conversion factors. Other terms related to the concept of heat and temperature are latent heat
and specific heat with formulas Q=mL and Q-mc(tf-ti).
7. EVALUATION
7.1 Question and Answer Drill (Recitation)
To check understanding of the students, the teacher prepares questions during checkpoints (check
for understanding) ranging from lower order thinking skills to higher order thinking skills questions
and picks random number of students to answer.
Category
Organization
Content
Indicators
The idea is presented in a logical and comprehensive sequence.
The vocabularies are well-defined in a context comprehensive to the
audience.
Includes the most essential answer to the question.
Develops summary that is relevant to the question.
Score
2
2
3
3
The student’s individual understanding will also be measured by an individual seat work
especially on solving.
7.2 Student Worksheet
The students will be provided with worksheets that they must complete with their group. The
questions in the worksheets range from essay writing, solving, labeling the diagram, and fill in the
blanks.
7.3 Vocabulary
The following terms will be used in the lesson:
 Heat – A form of energy that is being transferred between objects
 Temperature – the measure of the average kinetic energy of an object
 Kinetic energy – energy in motion
 Latent Heat – the heat required to convert a solid into a liquid, or a liquid into a vapor,
without change of temperature
 Specific Heat – the heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of a given
substance by a given amount (usually 1 degree)
 Flow of energy – from higher temperature to lower temperature
7.4 Homework
The students need to answer the questions in their workbook (1B), pages 24-25.
8. MATERIALS
8.1 Powerpoint presentation
8.2 Worksheet
8.3 Workbook
Prepared By:
Mr. Kim Oneil M. Alveyra
Subject Teacher
Checked By:
Worksheet #1
Title: Heat and Temperature
Group Number: _____
Date: _______________
Members (Nickname and Number):
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
Score: ________
________________________________
________________________________
I. Definition
1. Define what is heat:
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___________________________________________________________________________________________
2. Define what is temperature:
_____________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________________________________________________
3. Define what is the difference between heat and temperature:
_____________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
II. Fill in the missing value
Unit
Celsius
Fahrenheit
Freezing Point
0o
Boiling Point
212o
273
Romer
60o
III. Unit Conversion (Show your solutions)
1. Convert 30oC to Fahrenheit
2. Convert 113oF to Celsius
3. Convert 573K to Celsius
4. Convert 60oR to Fahrenheit
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