why it is preventable and howit can be prevented.5. Put your answer in a 1 whole sheet of paper.3.Finding practical applicationsof concepts and skills in daily livingORAL RECITATION1.What are the conditions that make you vulnerable?2.Does vulnerability contributes to the adverse impacts of hazards to the community.3.If yes, why do you think so?4.What do you like most about the topic? Why?5.What can you do more and learn ORAL RECITATION1. From the three (3) classification of hazards, what classification of hazards canbe prevented and can be anticipated and why?2. When to consider the extent to which hazards are natural?
better?6.How can the topics discussed help you in your daily life?4.Making generalizations and abstractions about thelesson1.Differentiate among hazards, exposure,,and vulnerabilities and give examplesfrom actual situations.2.What are the 4 main types ofvulnerability? How they differ from eachother?3.What are the elements at risk andexposed to hazards?4.Explain the triagram of vulnerability.5.Why is the Philippines exposed andvulnerable to natural disasters?1.What is a hazard?2.What is the four classification ofHazards?3.What are the different types ofhazards?4.Give an example of hazards5.What are the long-term impacts ofnatural hazards? How they differfrom each other?6.Explain the impacts of variousHazards on different exposedhazards.7.How does it affects the environment?5.Evaluating learningThe students will be graded base on the rubrics provided below.The students will be graded based on theiranswer on the Paper and pencil test using rubrics.6.Additional activities for application or remediationStudy the concept of hazard.1. As introduction/ preparation to the next lesson, give out as assignment to learners at least a week before, any of the following, whichever is appropriate: I. (For areas where learners have internet access) Search the internet for any article/ material about a major earthquake occurrence. Better if the earthquake that occurred affected the local area. Submit a 1-page report describing this event(When, What happened, Effects to people and surroundings). Download photos of impacts/effects/damages and include in your report. II. (For areas with no access to internet). Interview your grandparents, parents, uncles/aunts, older brother/sister, neighbor who have experienced earthquake in the past. Ask the following questions:a. When did this earthquake occur (Month/Year if possible). b. Can you describe what you felt during the earthquake, what you did, and what were the effects that you saw after the earthquake. If no adult in the household ever personally experienced an earthquake, ask the adult if he/she can recall an earthquake event in other places. Submit a 1-page written report of their story/ narratives.V.REMARKSVI.REFLECTIONReflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your students’ progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the students learn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when
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