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```LESSON PLAN IN Grade 10 SCIENCE
I.
Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs)
 Explain the relationship between population and carrying capacity
(S10LT-IIIi-42):
II.
III.
Learning Objectives:
 Identify the limiting factors that affect population growth.

CONTENT
Topic:
Electromagnetic Waves
KBI:
Cooperation and Honesty
LEARNING RESOURCES:
A. References:
Learners’ Materials:
Teachers’ Materials:
Quarter 2 – Module 1
K-12 Curriculum Guide
B. Materials: Picture of Electromagnetic waves, Power point
Presentation, Marker
Time Allotment: 50 minutes
IV.
PROCEDURE:
Teacher’s Activity
A. Preliminary Activity
1. Greetings
Student’s Activity
Good Morning Ma’am!
Good Morning Class!
How was your day? Did you have fun in your
classes this morning?
Good to hear that!
Yes Ma’am!
2. Prayer
Now, before we start our class, please stand as
we give thanks to our almighty Father.
In the name of the Father, of the Son and the
Holy Spirit….
3. Checking of Attendance
Amen
your attendance. May I know the absentee?
Perfect! Since nobody is absent today let us give
ourselves Five claps.
None ma’am!
4. Checking of Assignment
Now kindly submit your assignment on the center,
and then the center kindly pass it to the front.
B. Developmental Activity
a. Drill
Before we proceed with our lesson for today, I
have prepared a game! I have here a jumbled
words and let’s see how you are going unlock the
hidden word.
RRIDNAFE
DWEAVARIO
TULVOIARTEL
EMROWVACI
MAMGA YAR
BILEIVS GTHIL
XYAR
INFRARED
ULTAVIOLET
MICROWAVE
GAMMA RAY
VISIBLE LIGHT
XRAY
Alright! You got all the words correctly. What do
you think these words are?
b. Elicit
Our lesson yesterday was about the Nature of
Electromagnetic Wave.
What are the properties of EM Waves? We have
Three Properties. What are those?
Perfect!
For our next activity, I will give a statement and
then you have to identify if it is TRUE or FALSE.
1. Most EM waves have the same speed.
2. EM waves travel at the speed of 4x108 m/s.
3. Electromagnetic waves are transverse
waves consisting of changing electric fields
and changing magnetic fields.
Ma’am our lesson yesterday is
Electromagnetic Wave.
1. They are produced by
accelerated or
oscillating charge.
2. They do not require any
material or medium for
propagation.
3. They travel in free space
at the speed of 3x108
m/s.
Yes Ma’am!
4. Electromagnetic waves transfer energy
through a vacuum.
5. A wave is a disturbance that transfers
energy.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
FALSE
FALSE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
c. ENGAGE
This time, I will be showing to you a short video
clip about electromagnetic spectrum and I have
here the guided questions that you will answer
after watching the video.
1. What makes up electromagnetic waves?
2. What colors makes up the visible light?
3. Which of the electromagnetic waves has
the highest frequency?
4. Which of the electromagnetic waves has
the lowest frequency?
5. Which of the electromagnetic waves has
the longest wavelength?
6. Which of the electromagnetic waves has
the shortest wavelength?
1. Oscillating Magnetic
Field and Electric Field.
2. RED, ORANGE, YELLOW,
GREEN, BLUE, INDIGO,
and VIOLET.
3. Gamma Ray has the
highest frequency
Ma’am.
lowest frequency
Ma’am.
longest wavelength
Ma’am.
6. Gamma Ray has the
shortest wavelength
Ma’am.
d. EXPLORE
Now, we will do another activity. I will group you
into three (3) and Group 1 will be TEAM STAR
lastly Group 3 will be TEAM MOR. Each group will
assign a team leader, secretary, time keeper and
a presenter.
Now, before we start our activity let us be
reminded again with our guidelines in performing
an activity.
1. Respect each other
opinion
2. Be cooperative
3. Finish the activity on time
carefully before doing
the activity
Instructions: Compare the relative wavelengths
and frequency of different forms of
electromagnetic waves by using the picture of
EM Waves.
the relative wavelength and
frequency of EM waves by
studying the picture and they
will compare the relative
wavelength and frequency of
EM waves using the table.
Electromagnetic Waves’ Wavelength and
Frequency
EM Wave
Frequency
Range (hertz)
Wavelength
Range
(meters)
Microwave
Infrared
Visible Light
Ultraviolet
X-rays
Gamma rays
Instructions: Arrange the EM spectrum in
decreasing wavelength and increasing
frequency. Number each EM wave from 1-7.
Number 1 is the longest wavelength and the
lowest frequency.
___________ visible light
___________ infrared
___________ X ray
___________ gamma ray
___________ ultraviolet
___________ microwave
go in front and they will
arrange the given EM waves in
decreasing wavelength and
increasing frequency.
TEAM MOR
Instructions: Complete the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Chart by arranging the different types of EM waves.
Team MOR will complete the
EM Chart by arranging the
different types of EM Waves.
e. EXPLAIN
Based from your activity, let us see if you we can
1. What are the limiting factors that affect
population growth?
2. How does population growth affect the
carrying capacity of an ecosystem?
1. What is the relationship of frequency and
wavelength in the electromagnetic
spectrum?
2. What is the relationship of frequency and
energy in the electromagnetic spectrum?
gamma ray the wavelength
waves has the longest
wavelength and the
gamma ray has the shortest
wavelength. Also, for their
to gamma ray is increasing.
lowest frequency and
gamma ray has the highest
frequency.
2. The frequency and
wavelength in the
electromagnetic spectrum
is inversely proportional. As
one goes up, the other goes
down.
3. The frequency and energy
in the electromagnetic
spectrum is directly
proportional. As on goes up,
the other goes up as well.
f. ELABORATE
Based from your activity, you have learned that
electromagnetic is arranged according to its
wavelength and frequency in what is known as
Electromagnetic Spectrum.
1. What happens to the wavelength of an
electromagnetic wave if its frequency
increases?
Excellent! As frequency increases on the EM
Spectrum, the wavelength decreases. In other
words, wavelength and frequency are inversely
proportional to each other. So, that means radio
waves have the longest wavelengths and
gamma rays have the shortest.
2. How is an electromagnetic spectrum
organized in terms of its frequency and
wavelength?
3. How do electromagnetic waves play an
4. Which Subject Areas, do you think you can
1. If the frequency of EM
Waves increases the
wavelength decreases.
2. The EM Spectrum is
organized according to
increasing frequency and
decreasing wavelength.
3. Electromagnetic waves
plays an important role in our
daily life. These waves have
many uses which are vital to
our daily lives: visible light
allows us to see; microwaves
long-rang communications via
mobile phones, televisions and
medical imaging and many
more.
g. EVALUATE
I.
FILL IN THE BLANK
Directions: Compare the following EM waves and fill in the missing word to
complete the statement. Use the descriptions such as lower, higher, shorter and
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
II.
Radio wave is ____________ in wavelength than the gamma ray.
Microwave is ___________ in frequency than infrared.
Infrared is __________ in wavelength than visible light.
X-ray is ___________ in wavelength than gamma ray.
Gamma ray is ____________ in frequency than microwave.
MATCHING TYPE
Directions: Match column A with the correct answer on column B, write only the
letter of answer on the blank provided before the number.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What is the relationship of wavelength
and frequency in the different forms of
EM waves?
What happens to the frequency of the
electromagnetic waves if its wavelength
increases?
Which of the following forms of
electromagnetic waves has the widest
frequency range?
How the wavelength of infrared differs
from the wavelength of ultraviolet waves?
Which EM waves has the highest frequency
than others?
A. Gamma Ray
B. Decreases
C. Increases
D. Inversely
Proportional
E. Longer
F. Shorter
G. Directly
Proportional
h. EXTEND
Cite at least five (5) practical application of different forms of electromagnetic
waves.
V.
VI.
REMARKS
REFLECTION
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