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I. Objectives/ Intended Learning Outcomes At the end of the lesson the students should be able to; Identify the gas needed by plants and animals Trace the flow of gases between plants and animals Recognize the importance of Oxygen and Carbon dioxide cycle I. Subject Matter A. Topic: Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide Cycle B. Reference: Biology 9 th Edition by Raven (Page 593-596) General Biology Compedium by Johnny A. Ching (Page 98) C. Science concepts a. Both oxygen and carbon dioxide flow through the living organism and in the environment in a cyclic manner. b. An exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs between plants and animals and environment as a result of photosynthesis in plants and respiration in both plants and animals. D. Science Processes: Identifying, Inquiry and observing E. Materials: Laptop, speaker, worksheet and visual aids TEACHERS ACTIVITY STUDENTS ACTIVITY Preliminary activity “Good morning students” Cleaning of assigned areas. “Let’s start the day with a simple prayer. Kim please lead the prayer”
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