DEMO-PPT-RJGM.pptx

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DEMO-PPT-RJGM.pptx

• 2. In the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy and Spirit, Amen. Our Father in heaven, holy be your Name, Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. Do not bring us to the test but deliver us from evil. Amen.
• 4. Classroom Rules 1.Listen carefully. 2. Follow the directions. 3.Raise your hand if you want to speak. 4.Wash and sanitize your hands before and after class. 5. Always wear your face mask.
• 5. REVIEW TIME!!
• 6. DIRECTION: Read the statements and unscrambled the letters below.
• 14. DIRECTION: Identify the pictures if it is a Forms of Potential Energy or Forms of Kinetic Energy.
• 27. DISCUSSION
• 28. CHARGING PROCESSES
• 29. CHARGING PROCESSES --> It is the process of gaining charges --> Matter can be charged in three ways: ●Charging by Friction ●Charging by Conduction ●Charging by Induction
• 30. → can occur by rubbing two different materials. → the electrons of one surface of one object move to the surface of the other. → a positive charge to one substance and negative charge to the other.
• 32. QUESTION: What will happen to the electrons of the hair?
• 33. Balloon becomes positively charge. Hair becomes negatively charge.
• 34. → happens when electrons are transferred from one material to another by direct contact. →involves a physical contact of a charged object to a neutral object.
• 36. QUESTION: What happen to the charge of a metal sphere after the rod was contacted to it?
• 37. During conduction, the same charge is created in the neutral object.
• 38. → a charging process where an object can be charged without actual contact with any other charged object. → inductors creates a temporary and opposite charged with no contact.
• 40. QUESTION: What happen to the electrons of a metal sphere when a negative charge rod comes closer to it?
• 41. “Like charges repel, unlike charges attract.”
• 42. APPLICATION
• 43. Objective: In this activity, you will be able to charge materials by friction. Materials needed: plastic cover paper tissue paper scissor
• 44. 1. Cut small strips of papers. 2. Rub the tissue paper against the plastic cover. 3. Place the rubbed plastic cover above the bits of paper.
• 45. 4. Remove the bits of paper by wiping the plastic cover with tissue. 5. Tap the rubbed portion of paper after one minute. 6.Repeat the procedure twice and record your observation.
• 46. GUIDE QUESTIONS: A. What happens when the plastic cover is placed above the bits of paper? B. Is there any interaction between the paper and plastic cover? C. What happen to the bits of paper after the plastic cover was being tapped? D. Is there any differences between rubbing and tapping a plastic cover to the bits of paper?
• 47. TIME’S UP!!
• 48. GENERALIZATIONS
• 49. What I Have Learned? I’ve learned that I realized that I apply my knowledge and skills in the topic in
• 51. DIRECTION: Read the following questions carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer in the space provided before the number.
• 52. ___1. Involves a direct physical contact of a charged object to a neutral object. a. Conduction b. Friction c. Induction ___2. Protons has a ____ charge. a. Neutral b. Negative c. Positive ___3. It happens by rubbing two different materials. a. Conduction b. Friction c. Induction ___4. Charging occurs by insulators. a. Conduction b. Friction c. Induction ___5. Like charges repel, unlike charges attract. a. False b. Maybe c. True
• 53. TIME’S UP!!
• 56. BRING A WORLD MAP AND RESEARCH ABOUT THE PLANET EARTH.
• 57. In the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy and Spirit, Amen. Thank you Lord for all the things that we have learned today. Thank you for all the blessings and for protecting us everyday. Guide us in our way home. AMEN
• 58. DON’T FORGET TO WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER OUR CLASS.
• 59. Thank you for listening!! MS. RHEA JADE G. MONSALES TEACHER