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# _______________ _______________ I. Define expression Translate word phrases to numerical expressions.

Value: Nationalism Defining Expressions Translating Mathematical Phrases to Expressions Ref.: BEC-PELC A.1.1.1 Mat.: Chart, pictures
A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Drill on Giving terms of Phrases that refer to Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division 2. Motivation (See Lesson Guide, p. 1) Developmental Activities 1. Presentation (See Lesson Guide, p. 2) 2. Fixing Skills Write an expression for the following: a. your age less three b. your age plus nine 3. Generalization What is an expression? How do you translate word phrases into expressions? Application 1. In a film showing sponsored by the dramatic club, a ticket cost Php. 50 for members. What will be the expression for the nonmembers if the ticket cost Php. 5 more than the members?

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Write the expressions for the following. 1. Seventy five decreased by five 2. fourteen divided by the sum of three and four 3. triple the sum of eleven and six Write the expression for the problem. 1. Helen is thirteen years old. Helens father is four years more than twice her age.

_______________ _______________ I. Translate word phrases to numerical expressions. Value: Nationalism II. Defining Expressions Translating Mathematical Phrases to Expressions BEC-PELC A.1.1.1 Mat: Chart, pictures III. Refer to LP pp.1-2 IV. Write the expressions for the following. 1. Fourteen divided by the sum three and four. V. Write the expression for the problem. 1

1. Edna is 155 cm. tall . Lilias height is ten cm less than twice Ednas height. _______________ _______________ I. Give the meaning of equation, exponent and base. Evaluate an expression involving exponents. Values: Appreciation for beauty / Be clean and orderly II. Giving the meaning of Equation, Exponent and Base. BEC-PELC A.1.1.1 Mat: Math textbooks, Chart, roulette III. Refer to LP pp. 2-5 IV. Write the base, exponent, its meaning, value and equation of the following Base Exponent Meaning Value Equation 1.53 2.34 V. Write an equation about the problem and make your statement true. 1. Marie is 30 years old. Her age is 5x the age of her son. How old is her son? _______________ _______________ I. Give the meaning of base and exponent. Evaluate an exponent involving exponents. Value: Awareness of dreaded diseases. II. Giving the meaning of exponent and base Evaluating expressions involving exponents. BEC-PELC A.1.1.1.2,A.1.1.1.3 Materials: Flashcards, charts III. Refer to LP pp.5-7 IV. Complete the following sentences. 1. In 52, ________ is the base and _____ is the exponent. V. Give the value. 1. 63 = _______ 2. 45 = _______

_______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with two different operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Be clean and orderly II. Evaluating an expression with two different operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.3 Materials: flashcards, counters III. 1. Drill on expressing mathematical sentences into exponent notation. 2

2. Checking of assignment 3. Refer to LP pp. 7-10 4. Evaluate the following expression. (20 + 5 )3 45 = _______ IV. Evaluate the following expressions 1. (80 + 220) 102 V. Evaluate the following expressions. 1. 1002 (32 x 5) 2 _______________ _______________ June 16, 2011 Thursday I. Evaluate an expression with two different operations without exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Be clean and orderly II. Evaluating an expression with two different operations without exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.3 Materials: flashcards, counters III. 1. Drill on giving the expression of the given situation. 2. Checking of assignment 3. Refer to LP pp. 10-13 4. Write the operation s on the blank to make the expression right. 81 __9 __ 7 81 __ 63 18 IV. Evaluate the following expressions 1. 4 x 3 + 8 = ______ V. Write the operations to make the expression right.. 1. 60 __ 42 __ 14 60 __ 3 57 _______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with more than two operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Being helpful II. Evaluating an expression with two different operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.4 Materials: flashcards, counters III. 1. Drill; Evaluating expression 3

3x4+1= 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 13-16 4. Evaluate : (114 - 4) x (12 + 4)2 + 3 IV. Evaluate the following expressions 1. (72 + 15 ) x 43 (625 125) V. Evaluate the following expressions. 1. (34 4) x (75 52) _______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with more than two operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Being helpful II. Evaluating an expression with more than two different operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.4 Materials: flashcards, counters III. . 1. Drill; Evaluating expression 3x4+1= 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 13-16 4. Evaluate : (114 - 4) x (12 + 4)2 + 3 IV. Evaluate the expressions if: R=2 1. [(6R + R x 8 ) 13] 5 + R V. Evaluate the following expressions. S=3 1. [(7S S) x 6] + 6S S x 5 _______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with more than two operations with exponents and parenthesis/ grouping / symbols. Values. Being helpful II. Evaluating an expression with two different operations with exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.4 Materials: flashcards, counters III. 1. Drill on evaluating expressions 2. Checking of assignment 3. Refer to LP pp. 13-16 4. Evaluate the following expression 4

(2 x 32) + 35 =_____ IV. Write an expression for the problem. Then evaluate the expression.
Simon has a specialized square holder of small boxes of staple wires. He keeps 5 groups of holders with 4 small boxes on its side and 3 sets of 3 small boxes placed in plastic bag. He says, he has 89 small boxes of staple wires. Must he be right ? Why?

V. Write the operations on the blanks to make the expression right. (42 __ 7) __ 32 __7 36 __ 9 __ 7 4 __ 7 11 _______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with more than two operations with out exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Helping parents at home/Honesty II. Evaluating an expression with more than two operations without exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.4 Materials: flashcards, counters III. 1. Drill on 4Fs. Writing expressions of word phrases. 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp.16 19 4. Write on the blanks the operation to make the number sentence true 145 ___ 9 ___ 8 145 ___ 72 73 IV. Evaluate the following expressions 1. 2x 70 9 3 + 8 V. Evaluate the expressions if D=3 1. D x 9 D D + 7 _______________ _______________ I. Evaluate an expression with more than two operations with or without exponent and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Values. Being helpful II. Evaluating an expression with more than two different operations with or without exponents and parenthesis / grouping / symbols. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.1.1.4 Materials: flashcards, counters 5

III. 1. Drill on 4Fs. Writing expressions of word phrases. 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp.16 19 4. Write on the blanks the operation to make the number sentence true 7 ___ 9 ___ 17 63 ___ 17 80 IV. Simplify and solve 1. 63 7 + 5 + 22 6 + 3 V. Answer the following questions 1. 1012 is one followed by how many zeros? 2. Find (X2)2 , if X = 3 _______________ _______________ I. Solve 2-3-step word problems involving whole numbers. Apply the order of operations in solving 2-3-step word problems. Value: Cooperation II. Apply the order of operations in solving 2-3-step word problems. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.A.2., 1.2.1, 1.2.2. Materials: chart III. 1. Drill: Perform the indicated operations. (12 + 3) 7 =N 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 22 23 4. Write the mathematical sentences and solve. Juan bought a pair of shoes costing P959.00 and a tie costing P275.00 He gave the seller P 2,000 How much change did he receive? IV. Read the problem below and do what is asked. The Girl scout troop no. 131 collected 150 kg. of rice on the first week and 110 kg on the second week. Troop No. 250 collected 98 kg and 100 kg on the first and second weeks respectively. If the rice they collected will be distributed equally among 20 families of Mahabang Parang and 23 families of Sitio Pinagpala, how many kg should each family receive? 1. What is asked _________________ 2. Hidden question 1 ______________ 3. Hidden question 2 ______________ 4. Step1 ________________ 5. Step 2 _________________ 6. Step 3 _________________ 7. Number sentence _______________ 8. Solution _______________ 9. Answer with the correct unit ______ 10. 10. Check ___________________ V. Analyze and solve. 6

Mr. Cruz had P 4,500. He spent P2,500 for food, P750.00 for transportation, and P275.00 for other expenses and divided the rest among his 5 brothers. How much was the share of each? _______________ _______________ I. Name the decimal for a given model ( region / blocks / Money / number line ) Values. Kindness and humility II. Naming decimal for a given model Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC B.I.1, 1.2 Materials: grid paper, flashcards III. 1. Drill: Show objects. Have the pupils identify the number of equal parts the whole is divided. 1. Checking of assignment. 2. Refer to LP pp. 24-27 3. Kyle and Sean assisted their mother in washing clothes by filling water for her. Kyle filled 3/8 of the drum while Sean was able to fill 4/8 of the drum. a. What fraction represented the part of the drum they filled with water? b. What fraction of the drum filled by Kyle/ by Sean? c. How do you write 3/8 in decimal? 4/8 in decimal? IV. Name the following set of models in decimal form 1. P 100 P 100 P 100
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V. Make an illustration of decimal expressions using the following models: 1. cube 2. number line _______________ _______________ I. Rename fractions whose denominators are power of 10 in decimal form. Values: Sharing II. Renaming Fractions whose Denominators are Power of 10 in Decimal Form Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.2 Materials: Flashcards, meter stick III. 1. Drill: Naming the number of equal parts a whole is partitioned 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 27-30 4. Rename the fractions in decimal form. 8/10 25/1000 7

IV. Rename the fractions in decimal form 1. 90/100 2. 38/1000 V. Solve the problem 1. The average size of a raindrop is about 5/100 cm or 5/1000 dm. Write 5/100 and 5/1000 in decimal. _______________ _______________ I. Identify the value / place value of a digit in a given decimal. Values: Cooperation, alertness II. Identifying the value / place value of a digit in a given decimal Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.3, 3.1 Materials: chart, place value chart, flashcards III. 1. Drill on renaming fractions with power of 10 in decimal form. 1. Checking of assignment. 2. Refer to LP pp. 30 - 33 4. Write in numerals then identify the place value of each digit. 1. One and three thousand nine hundred eighty four. ______ IV. Write the following decimals in word then identify the value and place value of the underlined digit. Words Value Place Value 1. 3.2741 2. 43.0018 V. Write in figure then identify the value and place value of the underlined digit 1. Five and three hundred ten thousandths _______ _________ _________ _______________ _______________ I. Write decimals through ten thousandths in different notations-standard and expanded forms. Values: Sportsmanship II. Writing decimals in different notations Standard form and Expanded form Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.3.3 Materials: chart, place value chart, flashcards, cut outs III. 1. Drill on writing numbers in expanded form 3 785 = (3 x ____) + (7x ___) + (8 x ___) + (5x __) 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 33 - 35 4. Write the decimals in expanded and exponential form 1. 0.842 ______ ______ IV. Write the following decimals in the table provided below. 8

1. Forty-five thousandths 2. Thirty four and nine hundred thousandths No. Standard Notation Expanded Form Fractional form Exponential form 1 2 V. Write the decimals in expanded form 1. 3.5968 2. 325.1927 _______________ _______________ I. Compare and order decimals through ten thousandths. Values: Thriftiness and conservation II. Compare and Order Decimals through Ten Thousandths Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.4 Materials: activity cards III. 1. Drill on comparing numbers using the symbols > < or = 325 ___ 523 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 35 - 37 4. Write > < or = 0.1114 ____ 0.2202 IV. A. Compare the following using > < = 1. 0.7894 ____ 0.7658 B. Order decimals from greatest to least 1. 0.0990 , 0.0099 , 0.999 , 0.90 V. Answer the following The list below is the memory recall time of 5 personal computers. Arrange model from fastest memory recall to slowest. Model Recall time Sterling PC 0.0195 sec. XQR 2000 0.01936 sec. Vision 0.01897 sec

_______________ _______________ I. Round decimals through ten thousandths. Values: Sportsmanship II. Rounding Decimals through Ten-thousandths Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.5 Materials: activity cards III. 1. Drill on reading and writing decimals 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 37-38 4. Round the following to the nearest ten thousandths 9

1. 85.42998 2. 0.92432 IV. Round the following to the underlined digit. 1. 6.8497 2. 2.0825 V. Write down the possible numbers closest to: 1. 2.38425 2. 0.56893 _______________ _______________ I. Round decimals through ten thousandths. Values: Sportsmanship II. Rounding Decimals through Ten-thousandths Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.B.5 Materials: activity cards III. 1. Drill on reading and writing decimals 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 37-38 4. Round the following to the nearest ten thousandths 1. 85.42998 2. 0.92432 IV. Round the following to the underlined digit. 1. 6.8497 2. 2.0825 V. Complete the table. Decimals Round to the nearest Tenths Hundredths Thousandths 1. 0.89432 2. 5.09728

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_______________ _______________ I. Estimate sums and difference of whole numbers and decimals Values: Giving wise decision II. Estimating Sums and Difference of Whole numbers and Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.C.1 Materials: counters, paper bag, index cards III. 1. Drill on rounding off numbers 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 38- 40 4. Round to the nearest tenths and solve for the answer 1. 18.95 + 9.25 = 2. 129.235 + 16.41 = 10

IV. Arrange the number in column. Round off the number to the nearest tenths, then find the estimated sums and difference. 1. 36.5 + 18.91 + 55.41 = N 2. 285.15 8.149 = N V. Solve the problems 1. Shane ran 3.75 km and Kathy run 7.09 km. About how much farther did Kathy run? _______________ _______________ I. Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals. Values: Wise use of resources II. Adding and Subtracting Whole numbers and Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.C.2 Materials: counters, paper bag, index cards III. 1. Drill on finding the missing term. 58 + ___ = 90 ___ - 27 = 55 44 + 29 = ___ 71 43 = ___ 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 40 - 42 4. Write in column then compute a. 36 + 18.9 15.6 = ___ b. 89 29.341 + 14 = ___ IV. Solve the problems 1. Add 82.839 to the difference of 189 and 158.84 2. The sum of 15.6 97 and 68.3 is ____. V. Solve 1. 105.89 49 + 29.834 = N _______________ _______________ I. Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals. Values: Wise use of resources II. Adding and Subtracting Whole numbers and Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.C.2 Materials: counters, paper bag, index cards III. 1. Drill on finding the missing term. 58 + ___ = 90 ___ - 27 = 55 44 + 29 = ___ 71 43 = ___ 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 40 - 42 4. Write in column then compute a. 36 + 18.9 15.6 = ___ b. 89 29.341 + 14 = ___ IV. Solve the problems 1. Cris kept track of the number of km he drove as a taxi driver. 11

Driving Record Mon 365.7 Tue 149.35 Wed 296.5 Thu 213.86 a. How far did Cris drive for 4 days? b. How much farther did Cris on Monday and Tuesday than Wednesday and Thursday? V. Solve 1. 105.89 49 + 29.834 = N _______________ _______________ I. Add and subtract decimals through ten thousandths with regrouping. Values: Orderliness II. Adding and Subtracting Decimals through Ten-Thousandths with Regrouping Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.C.3 Materials: counters, paper bag, index cards III. 1. Drill on basic addition facts. 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 45 - 46 3. Find the sum or difference a. 0.3564 + 0.13 + 0.2834 b. 0.5323 0.1485 IV. Solve for the missing number 1. ____ + 0.362 = 0.841 2. 0.743 - _____ = 0.58 V. Write the number sentence then solve. 1. Subtract 0.4358 from the sum of 0.5147 and 0.3977. 2. What will you subtract from 0.9283 to get 0.4739? _______________ _______________ I. Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping. Values: Honesty II. Adding and Subtracting Mixed Decimals with Regrouping Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.C.4 Materials: counters, paper bag, index cards III. 1. Drill on reading mixed decimals 2. Checking of assignment. 3. Refer to LP pp. 47 - 48 4. Solve the indicated operations 36.050 + 12.964 - 18.968 IV. Solve as indicated. 1. The difference between 95.827 and 58.39 is ____. 12

2. What is the hidden question? _____________________ 3. What is the correct number sentence for the problem? ________________ 4. What is the solution? _____________ 5. What is the answer? _____________ V. Write the number sentence then solve. 1. Barangay Maligaya is 28.5 km. from the town proper. In going there, Ricardo traveled 12.75 km by jeep, 8.5 km by tricycle, and the rest by walking. How many kilometers did Ricardo walked? _______________ _______________ I. A. Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals. B. Write the estimated product correctly. C. make sound and logical decision in estimating II. Estimating Products of Whole numbers and Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.D.1 Materials: number cards, problem cards Values: Sound and logical decisions III. A. 1. Drill on basic multiplication facts using flashcards. Game in rounding whole numbers and decimals (See Lesson Guide p71) 2. How do you estimate the sum / difference? Flash problem cards for the pupils to answer. 3. Present the following problem: Carlo bought 5 notebooks at Php 38.95 each. About how much did he pay in all? B. Developmental Activities: 1. Refer to LP pp. 52-54 2. How do you estimate the products of whole numbers and decimals? C. The following are some items that you need to buy from a store. Socks P20.95 Handkerchief P24.25 T-Shirts P119.50 Shorts P52.30 Face towel P8.75 1. About how much money must you have to be able to buy : A pair of socks ? Two t-shirts ? Seven handkerchiefs ? Three shorts ? 2. About how much will you pay for the above purchase 3. What is the benefit of knowing the approximate or estimated amount of the things you need to buy? 4. Why is it important to make sound and logical decisions? IV. Estimate each product by rounding the multiplicand to the nearest whole numbers. 1. 22.7 x 0.08 = 14

2. 4.3 x 0.9 = V. Estimate the products by rounding 1. 0.381 x 7 = 2. 8.493 x 0.08 = 3. 73.82 x 20 = 4. 74.73 x 0.28 = 5. Weng runs 4.8 km every morning. About how many kilometers does she run each week? _______________ _______________ I. A. Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1-2-digit factors of whole numbers and decimals with or without regrouping. B. Solve 1- to 3- digit by 1- to 2-digit factors of whole numbers and decimals C. Use Leisure time wisely II. Multiplying up to 3-digit factors by 1-2-digit factors of whole numbers and decimals with or without regrouping.. Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.D.2 Materials: charts, ICT facilities Value : Wise use of time III. Procedures A. 1. Drill on basic multiplication facts. Find the missing factors. 2. Estimate the cost of the following a. 2 kilograms of tomatoes at P32.50 per kilo . b. 90 bananas at P2.25 each 3. Present this short paragraph. Ruels hobby is collecting butterflies. One Saturday while doing all his homework, he went to the field and collected some butterflies. He loves to see the different shapes and colors of the butterflies. a. What is Ruels hobby? b. Why does he love collecting butterflies? c. What is tour hobby? Is it a worthwhile one? B. 1. Refer to Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 74-75 2. How do you multiply decimals and whole numbers? C. Application 1. Find N in this equation: 0.847 x 0.69 = N 2. The product of 86 and 0.249 is ______ IV. Find the product. 1. 0.67 x 0.24 2. 34 x 0.293 V. Find the product. 1. 0.432 x 0.23 2. 0.83 x 35 3. 0.7 x 46 4. 0.392 x 0.78 15

2. Mother bought 0.75 kilograms of pork for P145 per kilogram . How much did she pay in all? _______________ _______________ I. A. Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1-2-digit factors of decimals and whole numbers with or without regrouping and with zero difficulty. B. Solve 1- to 3- digit factors of decimals and whole numbers with zero difficulty C. Keep ones body fit and healthy. II. Multiplying up to 3-digit factors by 1-2-digit factors of Decimals and Whole Numbers with or without regrouping and with Zero Difficulty Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.D.2 Materials: charts, cards with number sentences Value : Keeping oneself healthy and physically fit III. Procedures A. 1. Drill: Mental computation: Let each team answer the puzzle correctly. See Lesson Guide p.77 2. Game in multiplying up to 3-digit factors by 1-2-digit factors of whole numbers and decimals with or without regrouping using number cards.
0.26 x 57 0.193 x 0.4 275 x 0.16

3. What do you do in order to be physically fit and healthy? What are some of the vitamins that you know? B. 1. Refer to Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 78-79 2. How do you multiply 1- to 3- digit by 1- to 2- digit factors decimals and whole numbers without and with regrouping and with zero difficulty? C. Application 1. A box contains 48 cans of food each weighing 0.375 kg. What is the total weight of the box of food? 2. A 1-meter long steel bar has a mass of 0.78 kg. What is the mass of the steel bar which is 0.056 long? IV. A. Explain whether the statement is correct or not. 1. The product of 2.02 x 46 is equal to the product of 20.2 x 4.6. 2. The half of the sum of ( 12 + 16 + 17) is equal to 3 x 7.5 3. Ten times 75.6 is equal to one hundred multiplied by 7.56 B. Find the product. 16

1. 0.7 x 0.4 2. 0.403 x 0.2 V. Multiply 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 0.02 x 0.03 0.236 x 0.04 0.7 x 0.5 0.392 x 0.78 0.156 x 0.34

_______________ _______________ I. A. Cognitive : Estimate quotients of whole numbers and decimals. B. Psychomotor : Write the estimated quotient. C. Affective : Extend help anytime. II. Estimating Quotient of Whole Numbers and Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E .1, Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 9497 Materials: cards Value : Helpfulness III. Procedures A. 1. Drill: Mental computation: Let each team answer the puzzle correctly. See Lesson Guide p.101 2. Review rounding off numbers ( Game Pick Me Up) 3. What do carpenters do before buying the materials for building a house? Would it be alright to estimate the needed materials ahead of time? Why? B. 1. Refer to Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 95-96 2. How do you estimate quotients? What are compatible numbers? 3. Estimate the quotient. 3.257 1. 25 625 2.5 225 7.5 C. Application 1. Rhoda has P 75.00 , she wants to give her nieces P 12.50 each. To how many nieces can she give? 2. Bing has a ribbon 125 dm long. How many pieces of ribbon 2.5 dm long can be cut from it ? IV. Estimate the quotients of the following. a) by rounding off 1. 87.5 7.3 2. 978 8.8 b) use compatible numbers 17

1. 872 4.42 2. 67.8 7.8 V. Estimate the quotients by a.)rounding off and b) use of compatible numbers 1. 4308 61.75 2. 559.8 785 3. 1019 51.5 2. 88.975 968 3. 19785 30.8 _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide 2- to 5- digit numbers by 1- to 2- digit decimals. B. Write solutions to division equations involving 1-digit decimals divisors correctly C. Appreciate the importance of being industrious in ones work. II. Dividing Whole Numbers by 1- Digit Decimals Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.1 Materials: Problem charts, Values: Industry III. A. 1. Drill in dividing 3-4 digit numbers by 1-digit number divisors. Game (See Lesson Guide p.97) 2. Review estimating quotients 3. How does your family earn a living ? Does your mother help father earn for your family? If so, why? B. 1. Aling Dolores sews table cloth to sell. She uses 0.6 meter of linen for every tablecloth she makes. How many tablecloths can she make out of 18 m of linen.? (Answer questions about the problem) 2. See Lesson Guide pp. 98-99 3. How do we divide 2- to 5- digit whole numbers by 1-digit decimals? C. Divide the following: 1. 12 0.3 = 2. 135 0.9 = IV. Find the quotient. Be sure to place the decimal point correctly in your quotient. 1. 756 0.9 2. 94 0.12 3. 2119 0.13 V. Solve the following exercises. 1. 64 0.4 2. 714 0.7 3. 993 0.03 4. 565 0.05 5. 2460 0.06 18

_______________ _______________ I. A. Divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient. B. Solve problems using division of whole numbers with decimal quotient. C. Show fairness to all.. II. Dividing Whole Numbers by Whole numbers with Decimal Quotients Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.2 Materials: Problem charts, flashcards , activity cards Values: Fairness III. A. 1. Drill in dividing 3-4 digit numbers by 1-digit number divisors. Game (See Lesson Guide p.97) 2. Review dividing decimal by whole number 3. How many are you in the family? Have you experienced bringing home something which is not enough for your family? How did you share it equally to every one? B. 1. Ana brought home 3 suman. If she has four sisters, how will she divide it equally among her sisters? (Answer questions about the problem) 2. See Lesson Guide pp. 3. Find the quotient. Show your solution. a) 4 5 b) 49 50 c) 10 16 4. When does division result to a decimal quotient? What is the rule in rounding the decimal quotient to the nearest tenths or hundredths? C. Divide the following: 1. 12 0.3 = 2. 135 0.9 = IV. Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest place value indicated. Tenths Hundredths 1. 12 18 ______ _________ 2. 5 6 ______ _________ 3. 12 48 ______ _________ V. Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest place value indicated. Tenths Hundredths 1. 3 4 ______ _________ 2. 7 8 ______ _________ 3. 15 48 ______ _________
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_______________ I. A. Divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient. B. Solve problems using division of whole numbers with decimal quotient. C. Show fairness to all.. II. Dividing Whole Numbers by Whole numbers with Decimal Quotients Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.2 Materials: Problem charts, flashcards , activity cards Values: Fairness III. A. 1. Drill in dividing 3-4 digit numbers by 1-digit number divisors. Game (See Lesson Guide p.97) 2. Review dividing decimal by whole number 3. How many are you in the family? Have you experienced bringing home something which is not enough for your family? How did you share it equally to every one? B. 1. Ana brought home 3 suman. If she has four sisters, how will she divide it equally among her sisters? (Answer questions about the problem) 2. See Lesson Guide pp. 3. Find the quotient. Show your solution. a) 4 5 b) 49 50 c) 10 16 4. When does division result to a decimal quotient? What is the rule in rounding the decimal quotient to the nearest tenths or hundredths? C. Divide the following: 1. 12 0.3 = 2. 135 0.9 = IV. Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest place value indicated. Tenths Hundredths 1. 12 18 ______ _________ 2. 5 6 ______ _________ 3. 12 48 ______ _________ V. Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest place value indicated. Tenths Hundredths 1. 3 4 ______ _________ 2. 7 8 ______ _________ 3. 15 48 ______ _________
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I. A. Recognize and differentiate between terminating and repeating / non-terminating decimal quotient. B. Write solutions to problem correctly. C. Practice cooperation in working in a group. II. Recognizing and Differentiating between Terminating and Frequency non-terminating and decimal quotient Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.2.1, Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 111-114 Materials: Problem cards, number cards Values: Fairness III. A. 1. Drill on easy recall division facts 2. Review dividing whole number by whole number with decimal quotient. 1 5 12 6 12 3. Game Guess the Magic Word (See page 112) B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp113-114 2. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is repeating or terminating. a) 1 13 b) 2 13 c) 3 13 3. How do you differentiate a terminating decimal from a repeating/ non-terminating decimal? C. Application Father left Php 50 on the table for you and your two brothers snack. The three of you decided to share it equally so each one can buy what he likes for a snack. a. What will be the amount each one of you can receive? b. How much, from Php 50, will you set aside so each one will get an equal share. c. What will you do with the extra money? IV. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is a terminating or repeating/ non-terminating decimal. 1. 7 4 2. 15 4 3. 11 2 V. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is terminating or repeating decimal 1. 3 20 ______ 2. 6 11 ______ 3. 20 12 ______
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_______________ I. A. Recognize and differentiate between terminating and repeating / non-terminating decimal quotient. B. Write solutions to problem correctly. C. Practice cooperation in working in a group. II. Recognizing and Differentiating between Terminating and Frequency non-terminating and decimal quotient Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.2.1, Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 111-114 Materials: Problem cards, number cards Values: Fairness III. A. 1. Drill on easy recall division facts 2. Review dividing whole number by whole number with decimal quotient. 1 5 12 6 12 3. Game Guess the Magic Word (See page 112) B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp113-114 2. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is repeating or terminating. a) 1 13 b) 2 13 c) 3 13 3. How do you differentiate a terminating decimal from a repeating/ non-terminating decimal? C. Application Father left Php 50 on the table for you and your two brothers snack. The three of you decided to share it equally so each one can buy what he likes for a snack. a. What will be the amount each one of you can receive? b. How much, from Php 50, will you set aside so each one will get an equal share. c. What will you do with the extra money? IV. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is a terminating or repeating/ non-terminating decimal. 1. 7 4 2. 15 4 3. 11 2 V. Solve and identify if the decimal quotient is terminating or repeating decimal 1. 3 20 ______ 2. 6 11 ______ 3. 20 12 ______
4. 2 6 5. 81 48 _______ _______

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_______________ _______________ I. A. Divide mixed decimals by whole numbers. B. Write solutions correctly. Write a decimal point in its proper place. C. Show obedience to others, especially elders. II. Visualizing division using money as model Reference: Math textbook, BEC-PELC II.E.2.3 2.3.1 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 114-117 Materials: Problem cards, number cards, play money, flats and longs Values: helpfulness, obedience III. A. 1. Drill : concentration game (see Lesson guide page 115) 2. Review recognizing terminating and repeating/non-terminating decimal 1 5 12 6 12 3. How will you help your parents take care of your brothers and sisters? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp115-116 2. Group Activity (See Lesson guide pp116). 3. How do you divide mixed decimals by whole numbers? C. Application 1. Your neighbor requested you to clean her house on Saturday. She will give you Php 100 for the job. What will you do? 2. If the lady lives in a two-storey house with a total floor area 70.5 sq. m. how big will be each level youre going to clean? IV. Solve. Be sure to place the decimal point in the quotient correctly. 1. 18.16 8 2. 163.2 16 3. 92.55 30 V. Read and solve 1. What is the quotient of 17.682 divided by 14? 2. If the divisor is 15 and the quotient is 21.05, what is the dividend? _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide a whole number by decimal and mixed decimals. B. Write answers to problems correctly. C. Strive hard to succeed. II. Dividing a Whole Number by Decimal and mixed decimals Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.2.2.4 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 117-121 Materials: flashcards Values: industry 23

III. A. 1. Drill : Divide mentally 638 10 457 100 784 1000 2. Review dividing mixed decimals by whole numbers 28.7 7 58.5 9 4.80 6 3. Do you own the lot you are occupying? How did you acquire it? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 118-119 2. Divide. (pair activity) 175 2.5 648 7.2 8463 2.17 3. How do you divide whole numbers by decimals or mixed decimals? C. Application ; Solve. Be sure to show your solution. 1. Mr. Leonardo borrowed P 2946 from a friend to be repaid at P245.50 a month. How long will it take him to repay his friend? 2. A balikbayan gave P375.25 to each of his nephews and nieces. If he P3002 , how many nephews and nieces shared the amount? IV. Find the quotient. 1. 7904 9.05 2. 2709 3.15 3. 1026 3.8 V. Divide and check through multiplication. 1. 473 0.04 2. 656 0.53 3. 872 0.8 4. 263 0.06 5. 260 0.32 _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide mixed decimals by mixed decimals. B. Solve word problems involving division of mixed decimals by mixed decimals. C. Show honesty in dealing with people. II. Dividing Mixed Decimals by Mixed Decimals Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.2.2.5 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 121125 Materials: flashcards , activity cards Values: Honesty III. A. 1. Drill : Game Relay :Dividing whole number by whole number by decimal quotient. 8 10 7 8 45 2. Review dividing whole numbers by decimal 28 0.7 58 0.09 480 0.006 3. Have you seen table runners? How does it look like? Where do we use 24

table runners? How big is a table runner? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 122-124 2. Show the new position of the decimal point and divide. a. 10.14 2.6 b. 1.332 1.5 c. 12.35 1.9 3. How do you divide mixed decimals by mixed decimals? What are the two ways of making the divisor a whole number? C. Application ; Solve. and check 1. 62.5 2.5 2. 23.393 2.98 IV. Find the quotient. Check your answer. 1. 439.5 1.5 2. 27.36 5.7 3. 583.05 1.15 V. Solve and check. 1. 73.8 3.6 2. 313.11 4.9 3. 13.52 2.6 4. 37.4 1.4 5. 35.14 2.5 _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide mixed decimals by mixed decimals. B. Solve word problems involving division of mixed decimals by mixed decimals. C. Show honesty in dealing with people. II. Dividing Mixed Decimals by Mixed Decimals Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.2.2.5 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 121125 Materials: flashcards , activity cards Values: Honesty III. A. 1. Drill : Game Relay :Dividing whole number by whole number by decimal quotient. 8 10 7 8 45 2. Review dividing whole numbers by decimal 28 0.7 58 0.09 480 0.006 3. Have you seen table runners? How does it look like? Where do we use table runners? How big is a table runner? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 122-124 2. Show the new position of the decimal point and divide. a. 10.14 2.6 b. 1.332 1.5 c. 12.35 1.9 25

3. How do you divide mixed decimals by mixed decimals? What are the two ways of making the divisor a whole number? C. Application ; Solve. and check 1. 62.5 2.5 2. 23.393 2.98 IV. Find the quotient. Check your answer. 1. 439.5 1.5 2. 27.36 5.7 3. 583.05 1.15 V. Solve and check. 1. 73.8 3.6 2. 313.11 4.9 3. 13.52 2.6 4. 37.4 1.4 5. 35.14 2.5

_______________ _______________ I. A. Divide decimals by 10, 100, 1000 mentally. B. Write quotients of decimals correctly. C. being alert in solving for quotients of decimals. II. Dividing Decimals by 10 , 100 , 1000 mentally Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.3 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 125 127 Materials: flashcards , activity cards, piece of paper, ballpen Values: Alertness III. A. 1. Drill : Multiplying decimals by 10, 100, 1000 2. Review : When multiplying decimals by 10, 100, 1000 , what do we do with the decimal point? To what direction do we move with the decimal point? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 126 2. Divide mentally. a. 10.14 10 b. 1.332 100 c. 12.35 1000 3. How do you divide decimals by 10, 100, 1000? To what direction do we move with the decimal point? C. Application ; Solve. and check Mr. San Juan has Php 3,345.85 , he wants to give it to the orphans in one of the many orphanages in the country. How much will each child receive if he decides to give it to 10 orphans? to 100 ? to 1000 orphans? IV. Give the answers mentally as fast as you can. 1. 439.5 10 26

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2. 27.36 100 3. 583.05 1000 Complete the table Decimal 10 14.8 27.632 129.74 376.24 88.29

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_______________ _______________ I. A. Divide decimals by 10, 100, 1000 mentally. B. Write quotients of decimals correctly. C. being alert in solving for quotients of decimals. II. Dividing Decimals by 10 , 100 , 1000 mentally Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.3 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 125 127 Materials: flashcards , activity cards, piece of paper, ballpen Values: Alertness III. A. 1. Drill : Multiplying decimals by 10, 100, 1000 2. Review : When multiplying decimals by 10, 100, 1000 , what do we do with the decimal point? To what direction do we move with the decimal point? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 126 2. Divide mentally. a. 10.14 10 b. 1.332 100 c. 12.35 1000 3. How do you divide decimals by 10, 100, 1000? To what direction do we move with the decimal point? C. Application ; Solve. and check Mr. San Juan has Php 3,345.85 , he wants to give it to the orphans in one of the many orphanages in the country. How much will each child receive if he decides to give it to 10 orphans? to 100 ? to 1000 orphans? IV. Give the answers mentally as fast as you can. 1. 439.5 10 2. 27.36 100 3. 583.05 1000 V. Complete the table Decimal 10 100 1000 27

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_______________ _______________ I. A. Divide decimals by 0.1 , 0.01 , 0.001 mentally. B. Place decimal point correctly. C. Observe being thrift. II. Dividing Decimals by 0.1 , 0.01 , 0.001 mentally Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.4 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 127130 Materials: flashcards Values: Thrift III. A. 1. Drill : Multiplying numbers by power of tens 2. Review : When multiplying decimals by 0.1 , 0.01 , 0.001 , what do we do with the decimal point? To what direction do we move the decimal point? 3. Have you divided decimals by 0.1 , 0.01, 0.001? How did you do it? Have you found easy ways to do it? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 128 - 129 2. Divide mentally. a. 10.14 0.1 b. 1.332 0.01 c. 12.35 0.001 3. How do you divide decimals by 0.1 , 0.01 , 0.001 ? What is the pattern in dividing decimals by 0.1 , 0.01 , 0.001? C. Application ; Give the quotient orally 1. 8.39 0.01 2. 125.85 0.001 3. 6.953 0.1 IV. Give the answers mentally as fast as you can. 1. 439.5 0.1 2. 27.36 0.001 3. 583.05 0.01 V. Divide mentally 1. What is the quotient when 324.85 is divided by one-tenths? 2. When 67.39 is divided by 0.001, the quotient is __________. 3. Find the quotient of 188.13 divided by 0.01 4. The quotient of 18.15 divided by 0.1 is ________. 28

## 5. ______ is the quotient when 418.394 is divided by 0.01

_______________ _______________ I. A. Solve word problems involving division of decimals including money. B. Write number sentences to represents the word problems. C. Divide wisely II. Solving word problems involving division of decimals including money Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.E.5.2 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 130133 Materials: activity cards, manila paper Values: Decisiveness III. A. 1. Drill : Basic division facts 2. Review : Complete the pattern 156 0.1 = _____ 156 0.01= _______ 156 0.001 = ______ 3. Have a volunteer pupil act out the short dialogue (see guide p 131) After the role playing, ask questions about the dialogue. B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 131 - 132 2. Read , analyze then solve. a. Cris is planning to buy a new CD player worth Php 4595.25 . He tries to save P306.35 a week from his weekly allowance. How many weeks will it take him to save the amount enough to buy the CD player? b. Dessa, Ann and Dy bought materials for their project worth P 276.45. The girls divided the amount equally among themselves. How much is each share? 3. What are steps in solving word problems? How do you analyze and solve word problems involving decimals? C. Application : Mang Tony has 7.5 hectares of land. He wants to divide it into 1.5 hectares each for his sons. How many sons does Mang Tony have? IV. Read the word problems. Analyze then solve. 1. Jon saves P105.35 a week. How long will it take him to save P 1,264.20? 2. A fisherman caught 15.45 kg of fish. He distributed the fish equally among his 5 relatives. How many kilograms did each relative get? V. Make 5 word problems involving division of decimals including money then solve.

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_______________ _______________ I. A. Determine when a number is divisible by another number. B. Give the factors of a number. C. Be a good sport in ay competition. II. Determine when a number is divisible by another number Reference: Math textbook pp. 188-190 BEC-PELC II.F.1.1 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 137 141 Materials: activity cards Values: Sportsmanship III. A. 1. Drill : Skip counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 2. Review : Do the Activity Fill Me Up (See TG p137) 12 6 8 4 24 2 48 6 72 96 24 3. Do you want to learn some ways of getting quotients more easily? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 138-140 2. Put a check on the proper column. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 840 2 144 3 184 4 4828 5 4000 3. How do you determine that a number is divisible by a certain number? 30

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Are the rules formulated true to all numbers? IV. List the numbers that divide the following. 1. 36 2. 150 3. 187 V. Determine the divisibility of the following numbers by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10 1. 754 2. 485 3. 350 4. 27 5. 342 _______________ _______________ I. A. Identify prime and composite numbers. B. List the factors and multiples of given numbers.. C. Be kind to animals II. Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.3 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 141 - 144 Materials: chart, flashcards, Sieve of Eratosthenes Values: Sportsmanship III. A. 1. Drill on giving all the possible factors of a number. 2. Review on even and odd numbers(Lets pick flowers) 3. Do you have been to the zoo? What do you commonly see in the zoo? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 142 - 143 2. Give the factors of the number. Then write prime or composite. Factors _________ a. 27 _________ _________ b. 37 _________ _________ c. 49 _________ 3. What are prime numbers? composite numbers? C. Complete the table. Mr. Lamoste has two newly arrived books stacked in equal piles. Number of Ways the Number of Name Prime or Books can be Why books the Ways Composite stacked in Equal Piles 71 91 IV. Write P if the number is prime and C if the number is Composite.. 1. 72 _____ 2. 51 ____ 3. 36 _____ 31

V. A. Find the prime number in Number a. 1-digit number b. 2-digit number c. 3-digit number d. 4-digit number

Least

Greatest

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Greatest

_______________ _______________ I. A. Identify prime and composite numbers. B. List the factors and multiples of given numbers.. C. Be kind to animals II. Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.3 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 141 - 144 Materials: chart, flashcards, Sieve of Eratosthenes Values: Sportsmanship III. A. 1. Drill on giving all the possible factors of a number. 2. Review on even and odd numbers(Lets pick flowers) 3. Do you have been to the zoo? What do you commonly see in the zoo? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 142 - 143 2. Give the factors of the number. Then write prime or composite. Factors _________ a. 27 _________ _________ b. 37 _________ _________ c. 49 _________ 3. What are prime numbers? composite numbers? C. Complete the table. Mr. Lamoste has two newly arrived books stacked in equal piles. Number of Ways the Number of Name Prime or Books can be Why books the Ways Composite stacked in Equal Piles 71 91 IV. Write P if the number is prime and C if the number is Composite.. 1. 72 _____ 2. 51 ____ 32

3. 36 _____ V. A. Find the prime number in Number a. 1-digit number b. 2-digit number c. 3-digit number d. 4-digit number

Least

Greatest

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Greatest

_______________ _______________ I. A. Write the prime factorization of the given number. B. Show prime factorization of the given number using the factor tree. C. Help one another perform a task. II. Prime factorization of a given number Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.5 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 144 - 148 Materials: chart, cards Values: Helpfulness III. A. 1. Drill : Guessing Game a. I am more than 10 but less than 15, one of my factors is 7. Who am I? b. I am 25, what are my prime factors? 2. Review : Check up of assignment. 3. Have you heard the term prime factorization of numbers? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 145 - 147 2. Write true if the given prime factors is correct and false if it is wrong. a. 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 ________ b. 18 = 2 x 3 x 2 ________ c. 81 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 ________ 3. A number , be it prime or composite, will have prime factors. The process to get the prime factors of a certain number is called prime factorization. IV. Find the prime factorization of the following using factor tree. 1. 16 2. 27 3. 48 V. Give the prime factorization of the following numbers. 1. 30 2. 56 33

3. 42 4. 72 5. 54 _______________ _______________ I. A. Determine the greatest common factor (GCF) of 2 or more numbers. B. Write the greatest common factor of given numbers. C. Appreciate the unity and cooperation of the parents and the teachers in a school. II. Determining the GCF of 2 or more numbers Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.6 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 148-151 Materials: chart, cards Values: Teamwork III. A. 1. Drill on identifying prime and composite numbers (Fishing) 2. Review : Factorization: Find the prime factorization of the following using a. continuous division 1125 2892 b. factor tree 130 225 3. Three different kinds of candies are to be put into candy bags. A bag should contain all three kinds of candies of different amount. There are 180 white rabbits, 240 butterballs and 300 snow bears. All the bags should contain equal amount of the 3 kinds of candies. How many candy bags should be filled? How many candies will there in each bag. How many white rabbits, butterballs and snow bears in each bag? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 149-150 2. Write the GCF of the following sets of numbers. a. 24 and 6 GCF = ________ b. 5 and 20 GCF = ________ c. 8 and 24 GCF = ________ 3. What are the methods of finding the GCF of given numbers? Which method do you like best? Why/ Could these methods be used to find the GCF of 3 or more numbers? C. Application Solve each problem a. If the GCF of three numbers is 45, what could be the smallest number? b. The letter N represents a number between 50 and 60. The GCF of N and 16 is 8. Find N. IV. Find the GCF of each set of numbers 1. 98, 14 2. 20, 75 34

3. 30, 35 V. Find the GCF of each set of numbers 1. 210 , 231 2. 420 , 504 3. 50 , 75 , 100 , 125 4. 72 , 66 , 110 , 120 5. 18 , 24 , 54 , 80

_______________ _______________ I. A. Determine the greatest common factor (GCF) of 2 or more numbers. B. Write the greatest common factor of given numbers. C. Appreciate the unity and cooperation of the parents and the teachers in a school. II. Determining the GCF of 2 or more numbers Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.6 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 148-151 Materials: chart, cards Values: Teamwork III. A. 1. Drill on identifying prime and composite numbers (Fishing) 2. Review : Factorization: Find the prime factorization of the following a. continuous division 1125 2892 b. factor tree 130 225 3. Three different kinds of candies are to be put into candy bags. A bag should contain all three kinds of candies of different amount. There are 180 white rabbits, 240 butterballs and 300 snow bears. All the bags should contain equal amount of the 3 kinds of candies. How many candy bags should be filled? How many candies will there in each bag. How many white rabbits, butterballs and snow bears in each bag? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 149-150 2. Write the GCF of the following sets of numbers. 35

a. 24 and 6 GCF = ________ b. 5 and 20 GCF = ________ c. 8 and 24 GCF = ________ 3. What are the methods of finding the GCF of given numbers? Which method do you like best? Why/ Could these methods be used to find the GCF of 3 or more numbers? C. Application Solve each problem a. If the GCF of three numbers is 45, what could be the smallest number? b. The letter N represents a number between 50 and 60. The GCF of N and 16 is 8. Find N. IV. Find the GCF of each set of numbers 1. 98, 14 2. 20, 75 3. 30, 35 V. Find the GCF of each set of numbers 1. 210 , 231 2. 420 , 504 3. 50 , 75 , 100 , 125 4. 72 , 66 , 110 , 120 5. 18 , 24 , 54 , 80 _______________ _______________ I. A. Determine the least common multiple (LCM) of 2 or more numbers. B. Write the greatest common multiple of given numbers. C. Develop self confidence when working in a group. II. Determining the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of 2 or more numbers Reference: BEC-PELC II.F.1.7 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp 151 - 155 Materials: chart, activity cards Values: Confidence III. A. 1. Drill on identifying prime and composite numbers (Fishing) 2. Review : Factorization: Find the prime factorization of the following 12 20 88 3. Do you have friends? What do you do when you are with them? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 152-153 2. Write the LCM of the following by listing method. a. 21 = 15 = LCM = ________ b. 12 = 10 = LCM = ________ 36

Write the LCM by factorization a. 18 = 20 = LCM = ________ b. 15 = 35 = LCM = ________ 3. To determine the LCM of a set of number, list down all the multiples of the numbers and get the least common multiple. Can this procedure be used to get the LCM of three or more numbers? (Use prime factorization) C. Application Solve each problems a. Mario goes home every other day. Her sister goes home every after 3 days. If they see each other today, when will they see each other again at home? b. Sixto, a security guard, has three successive night duties a week. His wife who is a nurse has two successive night duties. When will they see again if they are together again? IV. Determine the LCM of each pair of numbers using the listing method. 1. 10 and 25 2. 20 and 50 3. 42 and 48 V. Complete each Venn diagram by writing all the prime factors of each number inside the corresponding circle 1. 2. 3.

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_______________ _______________ I. A. Name the fraction or mixed number described by a shaded region, set, or point on the number line. B. Write the fraction or mixed number described by the shaded region, set, or 37

point on the number line. C. Work cooperatively with a learning partner. II. Writing the fractions or mixed numbers described Reference: BEC-PELC IV. G.1 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 155 - 159 Materials: flashcards, number lines, scissors, glue bond paper Values: Cooperation III. A. 1. Drill : Solving for the GCF / LCM of a set of numbers. 2. Review : Find the LCM of the following using any method. 12 and 20 20 and 32 15 and 18 3. Show the following figures

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a. Give two fractions to tell what part of the rectangular region is shaded red. b. Give the fractions to tell what part of the rectangular is shaded blue. c. What part of the region is not shaded? d. Give two fractions to describe the part of the region that lies to the left of the red region. 3. What is a fraction? What does the numerator of the fraction tell? the denominator? What is a proper fraction? Improper fractions? mixed number? C. Application What would you in this situation? You have a piece of cake. Two of your classmates do not have baon. What would you do? Into how many equal parts would you divide your piece of cake? What fractional part would you give to your classmates? What fractional part would be left for you? What good thing did you do in the solution? 38

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a. What fraction of the set of marbles is red? b. Name a fraction to tell what part of the set are green marbles. c. What fractional part of the set of marbles is blue? d. Name a fraction to tell what part of the set are yellow marbles V. Illustrate the following fractions. 1. 3/5 2. 6/5 3. 3 2/3 4. 7/12 5. 12/5

_______________ _______________ I. A. Solve for the missing term in a pair of equivalent fractions. B. Form equivalent fractions. C. Keep oneself healthy. II. Forming and solving for the missing term in a pair of Equivalent fractions Reference: BEC-PELC IV. G.3.3.3-4 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 162 - 166 Materials: strips of paper, fraction bars, activity cards Values: Care for the body III. A. 1. Drill : Naming fractional parts 2. Review : What is the biggest number that can divide equally the given pair of numbers? 5 and 10 14 and 42 15, 20 and 30 15 and 18 3. Find a partner. Look for body parts which come in pairs. Does each pair have the same functions? Discuss the functions. What do you think will happen if one of the pairs will be damaged. How will you take care of your body parts so they can function well? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 163-165 2. A. Tell whether each pair of fractions is equivalent or not. If not make it equivalent. a. 7/42 = 1/6 b. 5/7 = 25/35 c. 3/5 = 8/15 39

B. Solve for the missing term. a. 2/3 = __/9 b. __/9 = 63/81 c. 5/9 = 25/__ 3. How do you solve for the missing term in equivalent fractions? C. Application 1. A recipe needs 2/3 cup of flour. You are going to make 3 recipes. How many cups of flour do you need? 2. You need tablespoon of sugar to a glass of lemonade. You are going to make 4 glasses. How much sugar do you need? IV. Solve for the missing term. 1. 2/4 = __/8 2. 40/50 = 4/__ 3. 9/__ = 3/4 V. Form equivalent fractions for the following. 1. 3/5 2. 4/8 3. 7/9 _______________ _______________ I. A. Reduce fractions to lowest terms. B. Write the lowest term of a given fraction. C. Share a fraction of ones time to help at home. II. Reducing Fractions to Lowest terms Reference: BEC-PELC IV. G.5 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 166 - 170 Materials: Flashcards Values: Sharing a fraction of a time to help III. A. 1. Drill : Finding equivalent fraction 2. Review : Solving for the missing term in a pair of equivalent fraction? = n/16 1/5 = 7/n 3/7 = 6/n 3. Find a partner. Look for body parts which come in pairs. Does each pair have the same functions? Discuss the functions. What do you think will happen if one of the pairs will be damaged. How will you take care of your body parts so they can function well? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 167 - 168 2. A. List the factors of the numerator and denominator. Encircle the GCF. a. 8 /12 8= 12 = b. 2/4 c. 12/20 B. Tell whether these fractions are in the lowest term. If in the higher term, reduce to lowest term. 40

a. 1/6 b. 25/30 c. 8/17 3. What is a fraction in the lowest term? How do you reduce fractions to lowest terms. C. Application Listen to the story problem. On weekdays, Irene enjoys helping his mother with the home chores. She cleans the house, water the plants, helps in washing the clothes, preparing the meals, and washing the dishes. She spends about 4 hours doing these chores. What fraction of the day does she use in helping at home? State your answer in lowest terms. Who among you also enjoy helping your mother at home? How does your mother feel when you help her? IV. Determine the fraction in lowest term. Write Yes or NO. If not in the higher term, give the lowest term for the fraction. 1. 3/5 2. 6/10 3. 12/15 V. Write each fraction in lowest term. 1.) 9/12 2. )24/32 3) 10/24 4) 6/50 5) 104/120 _______________ _______________ I. A. Reduce fractions to lowest terms. B. Write the lowest term of a given fraction. C. Share a fraction of ones time to help at home. II. Reducing Fractions to Lowest terms Reference: BEC-PELC IV. G.5 , Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 166 - 170 Materials: Flashcards Values: Sharing a fraction of a time to help III. A. 1. Drill : Finding equivalent fraction 2. Review : Solving for the missing term in a pair of equivalent fraction? = n/16 1/5 = 7/n 3/7 = 6/n 3. Find a partner. Look for body parts which come in pairs. Does each pair have the same functions? Discuss the functions. What do you think will happen if one of the pairs will be damaged. How will you take care of your body parts so they can function well? B. 1. See Lesson Guide pp. pp 167 - 168 2. A. List the factors of the numerator and denominator. Encircle the GCF. a. 8 /12 8= 12 = b. 2/4 41

c. 12/20 B. Tell whether these fractions are in the lowest term. If in the higher term, reduce to lowest term. a. 1/6 b. 25/30 c. 8/17 3. What is a fraction in the lowest term? How do you reduce fractions to lowest terms. C. Application Listen to the story problem. On weekdays, Irene enjoys helping his mother with the home chores. She cleans the house, water the plants, helps in washing the clothes, preparing the meals, and washing the dishes. She spends about 4 hours doing these chores. What fraction of the day does she use in helping at home? State your answer in lowest terms. Who among you also enjoy helping your mother at home? How does your mother feel when you help her? IV. Determine the fraction in lowest term. Write Yes or NO. If not in the higher term, give the lowest term for the fraction. 1. 3/5 2. 6/10 3. 12/15 V. Write each fraction in lowest term. 1.) 9/12 2. )24/32 3) 10/24 4) 6/50 _______________ _______________ I. A. Multiply a fraction by another fraction (with visual models). B. Make physical representations of a problem situation, through drawings, models, or folding a paper, visualizing multiplication of a fraction by another fraction. C. Be a hard worker. II. Multiply a fraction by another fraction (with visual models) Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1.1. Materials: geometric regions, number line, flashcards, newspapers, pentel pen Value : Hardwork III. A. Preparatory activities 1. Drill on basic multiplication facts Give as many multiplication sentence as you can for 24. Ex. 2 x 12 3x8 2x2x6 2. Review on translating models into equation?

3 x = 3. Motivation Problem opener using pictures and number line. What great contributions the farmers give to us? Without farmers, who will help us in the production of rice and other 42

staple foods? What good traits do our farmers possess? As pupils and members of a family, how do you show these traits? B. Developmental Activities 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guides p. 241 2. Fixing skills: Shade the fractional parts named to help you find the product. Express the product in lowest term. a) x 3/6 = b) 1/3 x 2/6 = }
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3. Generalization: How do we multiply a fraction by another fraction using visual methods? What happens to the product when you multiply a fraction by a fraction? C. Application: (See Lesson guide pp243-244) IV. Draw a model to represent each number sentence then solve. 1. x = 2. x 2/5 = V. Study the problem then make a diagram to solve the problem. Mr. Tolosa sets aside 1/5 of his land for grazing and 4/5 for planting different crops. He planted squash on of the crop land, beans on and corn on . How many sections of each is used for the different purposes? _______________ _______________ I. A. Simplify factors by cancellation method before multiplying. B. Cancel the numerator and denominator before multiplying. C. Cooperate in worthwhile activities. II. Simplifying fractions by cancellation before multiplying Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1.2 , Lesson Guide pp 244 - 249 Materials: Fraction Kit, flashcards, worksheet Value : Cooperation and cleanliness III. A. 1. Drill on multiplying simple fractions using flashcards a) 2/3 x n/2 = 2/6 = ____ b) n/4 x = 2/8 = _____ 2. Review on finding the greatest common factor (GCF) a) 3 and 5 b) 12 and 60 c) 14 and 24 3. How many of you have joined the beautification and cleanliness project in your school or community? After helping , how do you feel? Why? B. 1. See Activity 2 and 3, Lesson Guide pp247-248 2. Find the product using cancellation method 1) 2/5 x 5/6 2) x 6/8 43

1. How do you simplify fractions? Why is there a need to cancel the factors before multiplying? C. Solve the following. 1) Mang Teban can plow his 4/5 hectare farm in an hour. If he would be able to plow for only hour, what part of the farm would he be able to plow? IV. Cancel the factors if possible then multiply. 1. 2/9 x 3/8 2. 5/6 x 3/4 V. Solve the problem 1. Junjun found of a pie in the refrigerator. He ate 1/3 of it. What fraction of the whole pie did he eat? 2. Consuelo had 5/9 of the box of red candles. She sold 3/5 of the candles last Saturday. What part of the entire box of candles did she sell?

November 10, 2011 Thursday I. A. Simplify factors by cancellation method before multiplying. B. Cancel the numerator and denominator before multiplying. C. Cooperate in worthwhile activities. II. Simplifying fractions by cancellation before multiplying Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1.2 , Lesson Guide pp 244 - 249 Materials: Fraction Kit, flashcards, worksheet Value : Cooperation and cleanliness III. A. 1. Drill on multiplying simple fractions using flashcards a) 2/3 x n/2 = 2/6 = ____ b) n/4 x = 2/8 = _____ 2. Review on finding the greatest common factor (GCF) a) 3 and 5 b) 12 and 60 c) 14 and 24 3. How many of you have joined the beautification and cleanliness project in your school or community? After helping , how do you feel? Why? B. 1. See Activity 2 and 3, Lesson Guide pp247-248 2. Find the product using cancellation method 1) 2/5 x 5/6 2) x 6/8 3. How do you simplify fractions? Why is there a need to cancel the factors before multiplying? C. Solve the following. 1) Mang Teban can plow his 4/5 hectare farm in an hour. If he would be able to plow for only hour, what part of the farm would he be able to plow? IV. Cancel the factors if possible then multiply. 1. 2/9 x 3/8 2. 5/6 x 3/4 V. Solve the problem 44

1. Junjun found of a pie in the refrigerator. He ate 1/3 of it. What fraction of the whole pie did he eat? 2. Consuelo had 5/9 of the box of red candles. She sold 3/5 of the candles last Saturday. What part of the entire box of candles did she sell? _______________ _______________ I. A. Multiply fractions in simple and mixed form. B. Manipulate visuals and draw regions to show multiplication of fractions and mixed forms. C. Be diligent and hardworking in daily life. II. Multiplying fractions in Simple and Mixed Form Ref: BEC-PELC II. I.3, 3.1 , Lesson Guide pp 250-253 Materials: flashcards, worksheet Values: Diligence and industry III. A. 1. Drill on basic multiplication/Division facts a) (4 x 6) + 3 = b) (7x 5) + 4 = 2. Review on multiplying fractions by cancellation. a) 3/5 x 15/36 b) 4/7 x 14/16 3. How many of you help at home during weekends? Talk about a picture of a boy with basket of vegetables taken from the garden. Stress the importance of being diligent and hardworking as depicted in the story. B. 1. Refer to Activity 3 Use of Algorithm , Lesson Guide in Mathematics 6, p 252 2. Express the whole number and mixed number to improper fraction before multiplying. Reduce answers to lowest term. 1) 15 x 3 3/5 2) 4 2/4 x 2/9 3. How do we multiply simple and mixed forms? whole numbers by mixed numbers? mixed number by another mixed numbers? C. Solve the problems. Label your final answers. 1) Find the area of the room 5 1/3 meters long and 3 meters wide. 2) Mother have 1 dozen eggs in the refrigerator. She used 1/3 of the eggs. What part of the eggs was used? IV. Find the product. Write answer in simplest form. 1. 1/3 x 2 1/4 2. 4 x 1/5 V. Answer this problem 1. Think of this. Is 2 2/3 x 4 is more or less than 10? How did you know without multiplying? Explain. 2. Find the area of room 5 m by 4 2/3 m. _______________ _______________ 45

I. A. Show that multiplying a fraction by its reciprocal is equal to 1. Identify the reciprocal al of a number B. Write an equation for finding the reciprocal . C. Be resourceful in whatever you do. II. Explain the Meaning of Reciprocal and Multiplying Fraction by its reciprocal Ref: BEC-PELC II. I.4, 4.1 Materials: Strips of papers, activity cards Values: Resourcefulness III. A. 1. Drill on making fraction equal to 1. Renaming mixed number to improper fraction a) 4 b) 10 2. Review on multiplying fractions and mixed forms. a) 5 x 2/5 b) 2/3 x 3/7 c) 4/5 x 2 1/3 B. 1. See strategy 1 , Lesson Guide pp 255 2. Give the reciprocal of each of the following then multiply Reciprocal Product a) 8 ________ _______ b) 1/5 ________ _______ 3. What is reciprocal? How will you know that a number is a multiplicative inverse or reciprocal of another number? C. Which pairs of fraction are reciprocal? 1) 1/5 and 5/1 2) 3 2/3 and 11/3 3) and 1/4 IV. Make the sentence true 1. 5 x ____ = 1 2. 3/5 x ____ = 1 V. Do as told. 1. Find the product of 2/4 and 6/8 then give its reciprocal. 2. What is the reciprocal of the difference between 5/6 and ? _______________ _______________ I. A. Show that multiplying a fraction by its reciprocal is equal to 1. Identify the reciprocal al of a number B. Write an equation for finding the reciprocal . C. Be resourceful in whatever you do. II. Explain the Meaning of Reciprocal and Multiplying Fraction by its reciprocal Ref: BEC-PELC II. I.4, 4.1 Materials: Strips of papers, activity cards Values: Resourcefulness III. A. 1. Drill on making fraction equal to 1. Renaming mixed number to improper fraction a) 4 b) 10 2. Review on multiplying fractions and mixed forms. a) 5 x 2/5 b) 2/3 x 3/7 c) 4/5 x 2 1/3 B. 1. See strategy 1 , Lesson Guide pp 255 2. Give the reciprocal of each of the following then multiply 46

Reciprocal Product a) 8 ________ _______ b) 1/5 ________ _______ 3. What is reciprocal? How will you know that a number is a multiplicative inverse or reciprocal of another number? C. Which pairs of fraction are reciprocal? 1) 1/5 and 5/1 2) 3 2/3 and 11/3 3) and 1/4 IV. Make the sentence true 1. 5 x ____ = 1 2. 3/5 x ____ = 1 V. Do as told. 1. Find the product of 2/4 and 6/8 then give its reciprocal. 2. What is the reciprocal of the difference between 5/6 and ? 15, 2010 _______________ _______________ I. A. Solve word problems involving multiplication of numbers in mixed forms. B. Make drawings involving to better understand the given problem Write an equation for a word problem.. C. Show pride in ones work II. Solving Word Problems involving Multiplication of Numbers in Mixed Forms Ref: BEC-PELC II. I.5.5.3, Lesson Guide pp 262 - 265 Materials: activity cards, worksheets Values: Love of work III. A. 1. Drill on multiplying simple fractions. 2. Review on multiplying fractions and mixed number (Using Show me board) 4/3 x 2/9 3/8 x 4/16 10 x 5/6 3. Do you know what your parents do to earn money? B. 1. Refer to Activity 1, Lesson Guide pp263 264 2. Read and analyze the problem then answer the questions that follow. can he travel in 3 hours? a) Write the equation for the problem. b) Solve c) Explain why your answer is reasonable. 3. What steps do you follow in solving word problems on multiplication of numbers in mixed formed? C. Solve the following word problems. 1. Salvador drives at an average speed of 48 kph. How far can he travel in 2 hours? 2. A laborer works for 4 days. His daily leaving is P 250.00 How much is his total earnings? V. Solve the following. label your answers. 1. A rectangular lot is 10 1/3 m by 8 m. What is the area of the lot? 47

B. Illustrate division of whole number by a fraction, a fraction by another fraction. C. Share extra things to people in need. II. Solving Word Problems involving Multiplication of Numbers in Mixed Forms Ref: BEC-PELC II. J.1 Materials: geometric figures, fraction chart, flashcards Values: Sharing III. A. 1. Drill on simple division facts. a) How many 5s are there in 45? b) How many 10s are there in 120? 2. Review naming parts of a whole? What part is shaded? 3. Have you ever experienced being given a slice of cake and still have to share that slice to someone? How does it feel sharing the things given to you with someone? B. 1. Refer to Activity 1 and 2 , Lesson Guide pp. 250 251 2. Use a number line or a fraction chart to show: a) 3 b) 10 c) 8 4/5 3. How can we find the number of fractional parts in a fraction and in a whole? Why is the quotient of whole number divided by a fraction bigger than a dividend? C. Solve the problem using a drawing. 1. An aquarium is to be filled full of water. It takes 1 minute to fill it full. How long will it take to fill the aquarium? 2. Doring has 2 kilograms of sugar. She used kilogram for every cake she baked. How many cakes did she bake? IV. Answer the following orally. 1. 2 1/5 = N 3. = N 2. 5 1/3 = N 4. 1/3 1/6 = N V. Illustrate the following problems. 1. 12 = N 2. 6 2/3 = N _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide a whole number by a fraction. B. Write a division equation. C. Help parents at home. II. Dividing a Whole Number by a Fraction Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 2 Materials: activity cards, worksheets, number line Values: Helpfulness III. A. 1. Drill : present the following exercises using flashcards. 9 x 2/3=N 5 x 2/5 14 x 2/7=N 2. Review on reciprocals Give the reciprocals of the following; 49

2. There are 5 kg of rice. Each boy scout can consume 1/5 kg of rice per meal. For how many boy scouts is the rice enough for a meal? IV. Find the quotient. Show your solution. 1. 6 5/6 = n 2. 16 = n V. Find the value of n. 1. 12 5/6 = 12/1 x 6/5 = n 2. 10 8/12 = 10/1 x 12/8 = n _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide a fraction by another fraction B. Write a division equation. C. Take care of our forests. II. Dividing a Fraction by Another Fraction Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 2 Materials: activity cards, rectangular cut outs, 2 transparent grids Values: Appreciation and preservation of trees III. A. 1. Drill on multiplying proper fraction a) 1/5 x b) 2/3 x 7/9 2. Review on dividing whole number by a fraction. Recall steps in dividing whole number by a fraction. a) 5 b) 10 3. Discuss the value of trees and why we should take care of them. B. 1. Refer to Activity 1 , Lesson Guide pp 274 - 275 2 . Find the quotient . Explain the meaning of your answer. a) 5/6 2/9 = n b) 3/8 = n 3. How do we divide a fraction by another fraction? C. Solve the problems. a) How many 1/5 hour in hour? b) The area of a rectangle is 5/6 of a square meter. If the width is 1/5 of a meter, what is the length? IV. Find the quotient. Express answers in lowest term.. 1. 1/6 5/9 = n 2. 3/10 2/5 = n V. Solve the problem. 1. The quotient of two numbers is 20/21 . If the dividend is 4/7 , what is the divisor? 2. How many 2/5 meter long pieces can be cut from an 8/10 meter ribbon? _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide fractions in different forms. B. Write the solution correctly in dividing fraction in different forms. C. Show concern for the members of the family. II. Division of Fractions in Different Forms 51

Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 3 Materials: activity cards, worksheets, number line Values: Appreciation and preservation of trees III. A. 1. Drill on identifying the reciprocal of mixed fraction or improper fraction a) 4 5/6 b) 12/5 2. Review on dividing fraction by another fraction. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p278 1. Who has a favorite pillow? Do you share your pillow with other member of the family? If you do, what trait did you show? B. 1. See Activity 1- Use of manipulative in solving problems, Lesson Guide pp279-280. 2. Divide the following. a) 3 2 b) 4 5/7 5/7 3. How do we divide mixed form by a fraction? A mixed form by another mixed form? C. Solve the following. 1. Into how many of a meter can be cut from 9 meter ribbon? 2. Rafaela has 15 cassava cakes. If each serving is 2 cakes, how many servings does she have? IV. Find the quotient. Express answers in lowest term.. 1. 6/8 3/16 2. 8 2/3 5/3 3. 12 1 V. Write the quotient in simplest form. 1. 5 11/16 2. 9 3/6 3 _______________ _______________ I. A. Divide fractions in different forms. B. Write the solution correctly in dividing fraction in different forms. C. Show concern for the members of the family. II. Division of Fractions in Different Forms Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 3 Materials: activity cards, worksheets, number line Values: Appreciation and preservation of trees III. A. 1. Drill on identifying the reciprocal of mixed fraction or improper fraction a) 4 5/6 b) 12/5 2. Review on dividing fraction by another fraction. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p278 3. Who has a favorite pillow? Do you share your pillow with other member of the family? If you do, what trait did you show? B. 1. See Activity 1- Use of manipulative in solving problems, Lesson Guide pp279-280. 52

2. Divide the following. a) 3 2 b) 4 5/7 5/7 3. How do we divide mixed form by a fraction? A mixed form by another mixed form? C. Solve the following. 1. Into how many of a meter can be cut from 9 meter ribbon? 2. Rafaela has 15 cassava cakes. If each serving is 2 cakes, how many servings does she have? IV. Find the quotient. Express answers in lowest term.. 1. 6/8 3/16 2. 8 2/3 5/3 3. 12 1 V. Write the quotient in simplest form. 1. 5 11/16 2. 9 3/6 3 _______________ _______________ I. A. Solve word problems involving division of fractions. B. Write an equation to solve the problem. C. Share ones blessing. II. Solving Word Problems Involving Division of Fractions Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 4 Materials: activity cards, worksheets, number line Values: Kindness, Thrift III. A. 1. Drill on division of fraction in different forms. 2. Checking of assignment / Review Give the answers to the problems I will flash using show me boards a) A number divided by is equal to 5? b) A number multiplied by is equal to 10? 3. Discuss the value of sharing or kindness. How many of you practice this trait? What things do you usually share with others? B. 1. See Strategy 1, Lesson Guide p 284 2. Write the equation then solve. a) A cafeteria is offering salad for desert. They have 45 cups of buko salad. Each serving is of a cup. How many servings can be made/ b) An airplane flies 1440 km in 2 hours. What is the average speed in km per hour. 3. How do we analyze word problems involving division of fractions? What steps do we follow in solving word problem involving division of fractions? C. . Write the equation then solve. 1. One stormy morning , only 1/3 of the pupils in a class of 48 were present. a. How many were present? b. How many were absent? IV. Solve the following word problem by answering the step-by-step procedures 53

1. A car travels 11 km for every liter of gasoline. How many liters of gasoline are needed for a 46 km trip? 2. Liza worked for 40 minutes and was paid P100.00. Marie worked 3/5 hour and was paid P200. Who earned more per hour? by how much? V. Solve the problem. 1. Rita lives 12 km from the school. Mina lives 8 1/5 km away. Who lives farther? How many times farther? 2. Mrs. Lee baked 120 cookies. She placed 1 dozen cookies in a small box. How many boxes did she use? _______________ _______________ I. A. Solve word problems involving division of fractions. B. Write an equation to solve the problem. C. Share ones blessing. II. Solving Word Problems Involving Division of Fractions Ref: BEC-PELC II. J. 4 Materials: activity cards, worksheets, number line Values: Kindness, Thrift III. A. 1. Drill on division of fraction in different forms. 2. Checking of assignment / Review Give the answers to the problems I will flash using show me boards a) A number divided by is equal to 5? b) A number multiplied by is equal to 10? 3. Discuss the value of sharing or kindness. How many of you practice this trait? What things do you usually share with others? B. 1. See Strategy 1, Lesson Guide p 284 2. Write the equation then solve. a) A cafeteria is offering salad for desert. They have 45 cups of buko salad. Each serving is of a cup. How many servings can be made/ b) An airplane flies 1440 km in 2 hours. What is the average speed in km per hour. 3. How do we analyze word problems involving division of fractions? What steps do we follow in solving word problem involving division of fractions? C. . Write the equation then solve. 1. One stormy morning , only 1/3 of the pupils in a class of 48 were present. a. How many were present? b. How many were absent? IV. Solve the following word problem by answering the step-by-step procedures 1. A car travels 11 km for every liter of gasoline. How many liters of gasoline are needed for a 46 km trip? 2. Liza worked for 40 minutes and was paid P100.00. Marie worked 3/5 hour and was paid P200. Who earned more per hour? by how much? V. Solve the problem. 54

1. Rita lives 12 km from the school. Mina lives 8 1/5 km away. Who lives farther? How many times farther? 2. Mrs. Lee baked 120 cookies. She placed 1 dozen cookies in a small box. How many boxes did she use? _______________ _______________ I. A. Give the meaning of the elements (rate, base and percentage) use in solving percent problems. Determine the percentage, rate or base in a given problem or equation. B. Write the formula to find the percentage, rate or base correctly. C. Budget money wisely. II. Give the meaning of the elements Rate (R ) , Base (B) and Percentage (P) use in solving Percentage Problems. Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.1.1, 1.2 Materials: activity cards, worksheets Values: Budgeting money wisely III. A. 1. Drill on renaming fraction to decimal and vice-versa . See Strategy 1, p 311 2. Checking of assignment / Review B. 1. Refer to Strategy 1 and 2 , Lesson Guide pp 312 - 314 2. Identify the rate , base and percentage by completing the table. Rate Base Percentage 1. 6 is 25% of 24 2. 20% of 15 is 3 3. 500 is 35% of 800 3. What is the meaning of percentage? rate? base? How do you determine the base in given problem? the rate? the percentage? C. Read and answer the following problems. 1. Mrs. Licardo opened an account in South Leas Bank. She puts a principal amount of P 15,000 that will earn an interest of P 150 after a month at a rate of 1% monthly. a) What are the given data in the problem? b) Which of the data is the base? rate? percentage? IV. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. When one finds what percent one number is of another , he looks for __________. a. Base c. Rate b. Percentage d. Ratio 2. 16 is 25% of 64. The percentage in the problem is ____________. a. 16 c. 64 b. 25% d. 41 V. Identify the R, B, and P in the following problem. 55

1. a 20% or P4,500 is the down payment for a brand new TV set. The cost price of this TV set is P23, 000. 2. Daniel invests P750,000 at 6% simple interest a year. His interest is P45 000.

_______________ _______________ I. A. Find the percentage when the rate and base are given. B. Write the data for rate and base using the Techans triangle. C. Strive for ones best. II. Finding the Percentage when the Base and Rate are given Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.2.1 Materials: activity cards, worksheets Values: Striving for ones best/ perseverance III. A. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. What is your target score in a 20-item test? What passing grade is it? B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p 317. 2. Solve for the percentage a) 36 % of 95 is N. b) 48% of 290 is what number? C. Application. a) There are 40 pupils in a class. 75% of them are present. How many are present? How many are absent? b) Rhodas allowance for the day is P250. She spends 80% of it and saves the rest. How much does she spend? save? IV. Solve for the percentage 1. What is 25% of 42? __________ 2. N is 50% of 200. __________ V. Complete the table. Base Rate Percentage 30 10% 200 30% 1260 33% _______________ _______________ I. A. Find the percentage when the rate and base are given. B. Write the data for rate and base using the Techans triangle. C. Strive for ones best. II. Finding the Percentage when the Base and Rate are given Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.2.1 Materials: activity cards, worksheets Values: Striving for ones best/ perseverance III. A. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to 56

percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. What is your target score in a 20-item test? What passing grade is it? B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p 317. 2. Solve for the percentage a) 36 % of 95 is N. b) 48% of 290 is what number? C. Application. a) There are 40 pupils in a class. 75% of them are present. How many are present? How many are absent? b) Rhodas allowance for the day is P250. She spends 80% of it and saves the rest. How much does she spend? save? IV. Solve for the percentage 1. What is 25% of 42? __________ 2. N is 50% of 200. __________ V. Solve the problem Angel, a daughter of an overseas worker spends time studying her lesson and helping his mother do the household chores. As a result, she gets 98% out of 50-itemtest in Math. What is his score?

_______________ _______________ I. A. Find the rate or percent when the percentage and base are given. B. Write an equation or proportion to solve problems. C. Use resources wisely. II. Finding the Rate or Percent when the Percentage and Base are given Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.2.2 Materials: activity cards, worksheets Values: using resources wisely III. A. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 197 - 199 B. 1. See Activity 1 , p 321 2. Answer each of the following a) What percent of 105 is 35? b) N% of 56 is 7. 3. How do you find the ratio or percent when the base and percentage are given? C. Solve for the rate a. Out of the 220 pupils, only 48 joined the educational trip. What percent joined the trip? b. Ricardo got 90% of a 20-item test in Math. How many items did he answer correctly? IV. Solve for the rate. 1. ________% of 10 is 2. 2. What percent of 800 is 400? __________ V. Solve the problem 57

In a grade class of 40 pupils, 36 pupils attended the meeting of the Math club. What percent of the class attended the meeting? What percent did not attend the meeting? _______________ _______________ I. Find the base when the percentage and rate are given. Values: Being thrifty II. Finding the Base when the Percentage and Rate are given Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.2.3 Materials: activity cards, worksheets III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 199 -202 4. Solve for the base 1. Chito has P20 in his pocket which is only 5% of the money of her sister. How much is the money of her sister? IV. Solve for the base. 1. 50% of ______ is 3. 2. 20% of what number is 14. V. Solve the problem Rhod gets 95% of the Math test correctly which is 38. How many items does the test have? _______________ _______________ I. Compute common percentage mentally. Values: Being thrifty II. Computing Common Percentage Mentally Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.3 Materials: activity cards, worksheets III. 1. Drill on basic multiplication facts. 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 202 - 204 4. Solve for the base using show me board 1. 20% of 20 is ______ 2. 25% of 60 is ________ IV. Solve for the percentage orally 1. 10% of 10 is _________ 2. What is 50% of 90? V. Solve for the percentage orally. 1. N is 25% of 36 2. ______ is 60% of 160.

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_______________ I. Solve word problems involving finding the percent of increase/decrease of discounts, original price, rate of discount, sale price and mark up price. Values: Frugality II. Solving word problems involving finding the percent of increase/decrease of discounts, original price, rate of discount, sale price and mark up price. Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.1 Materials: activity cards, worksheets , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 205-207 4. Find the missing entries. A. Original price Rate of Discount Sale price Discount 1. P220 10% 2. P235 P47 B. Original price Rate of Profit Profit Mark-up Price 1. P220 10% 2. P235 P47 IV. Solve the problem. 1. If the original price is p125 and the rate of discount is 25%, what is the amount of reduction? Sale price? V. Solve the problem Laura bought an RTW dress for P575 at 20% discount . What was the original price? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving commission, rate of commission, total sales, total income. Values: being financially sufficient in meeting ones need II. Solving word problems involving commission, rate of commission, Total sales, Total income Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.2 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 207-210 4. Find the missing entries. A. Total Rate of Commission Basic Total sales Commission Salary Income 1. P120 20 % 000 59

2. 18 % P1 620 P 20 536 IV. Solve the problem. 1. A salesman sells a car for p860 000 If he receives a commission of 20% , how much will be his commission? V. Solve the problem Andrew is working on 8% commission. If he wants to make P14 400 commission in a month, how much must he sell? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving commission, rate of commission, total sales, total income. Values: being financially sufficient in meeting ones need II. Solving word problems involving commission, rate of commission, Total sales, Total income Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.2 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 207-210 4. Find the missing entries. A. Total Rate of Commission Basic Total sales Commission Salary Income 1. P 300 10 % P12 000 000 2. 15 % P3500 P 20 536 IV. Solve the problem. 1. Manuel , a sales agent has a basic salary of P18 000 and a commission of 20% on all sales above P80 000. If his sales is P290 000, how much is his total commission? V. Solve the problem Andrew is working on 8% commission. If he wants to make P14 400 commission in a month, how much must he sell? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving sales tax, rate of sales tax, selling price. Values: Tax consciousness , Honesty and truthfulness II. Solving word problems involving Sales tax, Rate of sales Tax, Selling Price Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.3 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 210 - 212 4. Find the missing entries. 60

Selling Price

1. P120 2. P 680 P34 IV. Solve the problem. 1. Mrs. Fronda bought a picture frame at P510 with a sales tax of 6% included. How much is the tax? What is the selling price? V. Solve the problem A sales tax for an item is P420 or 6%. How much is the total cost and the selling price of the item? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving sales tax, rate of sales tax, selling price. Values: Tax consciousness , Honesty and truthfulness II. Solving word problems involving Sales tax, Rate of sales Tax, Selling Price Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.3 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 210 - 212 4. Find the missing entries. Selling Price Rate of Sales Tax Total Cost Sales Tax 1. P120 3% 2. P 680 P34 IV. Solve the problem. 1. Mrs. Fronda bought a picture frame at P510 with a sales tax of 6% included. How much is the tax? What is the selling price? V. Solve the problem A sales tax for an item is P420 or 6%. How much is the total cost and the selling price of the item? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving simple interest, principal, rate and time. Values: Thrift II. Solving word problems involving Simple Interest, Principal, Rate and Time Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.4 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 212 - 214 4. Complete the table Principal Rate of Interest Time Total 61

## Rate of Sales Tax 3%

Sales Tax

Total Cost

1. P6000 1 year 2. P20 000 5 years IV. Solve the problem. 1. Three years ago, Rita borrowed P12 000 If she paid back P 15 200, What was the rate of simple interest? V. Solve the problem Laura applied a loan of P8 000 at a yearly interest of 10% and promised to pay after 2 years. How much will Laura pay in all after the term?

Interest 5% 8%

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_______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving commission, rate of commission, total sales, total income. Values: being financially sufficient in meeting ones need II. Solving word problems involving commission, rate of commission, Total sales, Total income Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.2 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 207-210 4. Find the missing entries. A. Total Rate of Commission Basic Total sales Commission Salary Income 1. P120 20 % 000 2. 18 % P1 620 P 20 536 IV. Solve the problem. 1. A salesman sells a car for p860 000 If he receives a commission of 20% , how much will be his commission? V. Solve the problem Andrew is working on 8% commission. If he wants to make P14 400 commission in a month, how much must he sell?

_______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving sales tax, rate of sales tax, selling price. Values: Tax consciousness , Honesty and truthfulness II. Solving word problems involving Sales tax, Rate of sales Tax, Selling Price Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.3 62

Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 210 - 212 4. Find the missing entries. Selling Price Rate of Sales Tax Total Cost Sales Tax 1. P120 3% 2. P 680 P34 IV. Solve the problem. 2. Mrs. Fronda bought a picture frame at P510 with a sales tax of 6% included. How much is the tax? What is the selling price? V. Solve the problem A sales tax for an item is P420 or 6%. How much is the total cost and the selling price of the item? _______________ _______________ I. Solve word problems involving sales tax, rate of sales tax, selling price. Values: Tax consciousness , Honesty and truthfulness II. Solving word problems involving Sales tax, Rate of sales Tax, Selling Price Ref: BEC-PELC II. L.3.4 , 3.4.3 Materials: activity cards, puzzle , chart III. 1. Drill on renaming percent to ratio, decimal to percent, fraction to percent and vice versa 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 210 - 212 4. Find the missing entries. Selling Price Rate of Sales Tax Total Cost Sales Tax 1. P120 3% 2. P 680 P34 IV. Solve the problem. 2. Mrs. Fronda bought a picture frame at P510 with a sales tax of 6% included. How much is the tax? What is the selling price? V. Solve the problem A sales tax for an item is P420 or 6%. How much is the total cost and the selling price of the item?

_______________ _______________ I. Make simple predictions. Values: Awareness and sensitivity to the things around us. II. Making Simple Predictions Ref: BEC-PELC II. M.1 Materials: Math textbooks, real objects 63

III. 1. Drill on writing fractions, decimals, ratio and percent. 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 214 - 216 4. Make simple predictions on the following situations. a. When one writes, he is writing a love song. _____________________ b. When one reads his notes, he can pass the test tomorrow. ________________ c. Once a teacher is always a teacher for life. IV. Make simple predictions on the following situations as likely to happen, unlikely to happen, equally likely to happen, impossible to happen, and certainly to happen. _____________ 1. Reading books makes a man wiser. _____________ 2. When mother is loving and caring to her children, she loves her family. V. . Make simple predictions on the following situations as likely to happen, unlikely to happen, equally likely to happen, impossible to happen, and certainly to happen. 1. Not all gold glitters. 2. Honesty is the best policy. _______________ _______________ I. A. Visualize integers in their order on a number line. B. Write integers correctly. C. Appreciate the use of number line in understanding/ visualizing integers. Values: Appreciation of simple things II. Visualizing integers Ref: BEC-PELC II. N.1 Materials: Math textbooks, flashcards, bingo cards III. A. 1. Drill on PEMDAS on whole numbers 2. Checking of assignment / Review 3. Refer to LP pp 219-220 4. Write integer for each a. deposit P 400.00 ________ a. 560 below 0 _________ b. gained 7 kilos _________ IV. Write the integers for each. 1. 600 m above the ground 2. lost 15 points 3. saved P20.00 V. Illustrate the following in the number line. 1. The set of integers greater than 3 and less than 2 2. The set of integers less than 0 and greater than 7 _______________ _______________ I. A. Visualize the different spatial figures. 64

B. Draw different spatial figures. C. Appreciation of various spatial figures in the environment II. Visualizing Spatial Figures Ref: BEC-PELC III. A.1.1 Materials: paper robot, ball funnel, art paper , scissors , real objects Values: Appreciation of various spatial figures in the environment III. A. 1. Drill on solving for the perimeter and areas 15 cm. 7 cm

12 cm 2. Checking of assignment / Review Review the previous lesson 3. Play the concentrated game. See Lesson Guide p361 B. 1. See Activity 1 and 2, Lesson Guide p362. 2. Describe the spatial figure represented by the following: 1. ball ________ 2. funnel ________ 3. test tube _______ 4. tent ________ 5. dice ________ 3. Generalizations: What are the different spatial figures. Describe them. What are their common characteristics? Give examples of real life objects that represent each spatial figure. C. Application : Give 5 objects that are models of the following spatial figures. 1. cone 2. cylinder 3. prism 4. cube 5. sphere IV. Draw objects that resembles the following spatial figures. 1. 2. 3. 4

V. Construct each spatial figure using art paper. 1. a blue pyramid 2. a black cone 3. a yellow cube _______________ _______________ I. A. Describe the different spatial figures. B. Create spatial figures out of used folders. C. Use ones resourcefulness in creating new things. II. Describing Spatial Figures Ref: BEC-PELC III. A.1.2 65

Materials: cartolina , scissors, used cardboards , real objects , paste or tape Values: resourcefulness III. A. 1. Drill on solving for the perimeter and areas 15 cm. 7 cm

12 cm 2. Checking of assignment / Review : Identifying Spatial Figures What are the different spatial figures? Give examples of real objects that are models of spatial figures. 3. Learning barkada activity: Let each group construct spatial figure s out of used cardboards and cartolina. B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p. 364. 2. Identify the following nets as cube , rectangular prism, cylinder or pyramid: a)

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3. Generalizations: What is a prism? What are the kinds of prism? Describe each. What is a pyramid? What are the kinds of pyramid? Describe them. C. Application : Identify the spatial figure being describe? 1. The base is a polygon and its faces are triangles. __________ 2. A spatial figure having a circular base and one vertex. _______ IV. Complete the table. Spatial Figure No. of Faces No. of Edges No. of Vertices 1. Cube 2. rectangular prism 3. sphere V. Cut out pictures of objects from newspapers or magazines that are models of spatial figures. Describe them. _______________ _______________ 66

I. A. 1. Derive area formulas of plane figures. 2. Solve for the area of plane figures. B. Write solutions in finding areas of plane figures correctly. C. Appreciate various ways of deriving formulas of plane figures. II. Deriving Area Formulas and Solving for areas of plane figures. Ref: BEC-PELC III. A.1.3 Materials: Flashcards, pictures, bond papers, ruler, pencil Values: Appreciation III. A. 1. Mental computation drill on solving for the perimeter of polygons 85 cm. 15 m 12 cm 5m 2. Checking of assignment / Review : Identifying Spatial Figures What are the different spatial figures? Give examples of real objects that are models of spatial figures. 3. Show the following 5 cm

What is the perimeter of each? How many square units are there in each figure? B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p. 367. 2. Given the following objects, find the dimension, then solve the area. a) a short bond paper b) front surface of a circular c) teachers table 3. Generalizations: How do you solve for the area of the following? a) rectangle e) trapezoid b) square f) rhombus c) parallelogram g) circle d) triangle C. Application : Draw the given figure with its dimension. Write the formula in finding the area then solve. 1. A rectangle whose length is 15 cm and its width is 10 cm. 2. A circle whose radius is 5.2 cm IV. Solve for the area of the following. 1. 2. 3. 12 cm 6.2 dm 9 cm V. Solve. Show neat and clear solutions. 67

1. A rice field is in the form of parallelogram. If its base is 38 m and its width is 25 m. , how many square meters can be planted with rice? 2. The side of a roof is triangular in shape. If its side has a base which measure 6 m and an altitude of 3.2 m, what is its area? _______________ _______________ I. A. 1. Derive area formulas of plane figures. 2. Solve for the area of plane figures. B. Write solutions in finding areas of plane figures correctly. C. Appreciate various ways of deriving formulas of plane figures. II. Deriving Area Formulas and Solving for areas of plane figures. Ref: BEC-PELC III. A.1.3 Materials: Flashcards, pictures, bond papers, ruler, pencil Values: Appreciation III. A. 1. Mental computation drill on solving for the perimeter of polygons 85 cm. 15 m 12 cm 5m 2. Checking of assignment / Review : Identifying Spatial Figures What are the different spatial figures? Give examples of real objects that are models of spatial figures. 3. Show the following 5 cm

What is the perimeter of each? How many square units are there in each figure? B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p. 367. 2. Given the following objects, find the dimension, then solve the area. a) a short bond paper b) front surface of a circular c) teachers table 3. Generalizations: How do you solve for the area of the following? a) rectangle e) trapezoid b) square f) rhombus c) parallelogram g) circle d) triangle C. Application : Draw the given figure with its dimension. Write the formula in finding the area then solve. 1. A rectangle whose length is 15 cm and its width is 10 cm. 68

2. A circle whose radius is 5.2 cm IV. Solve for the area of the following. 1. 2. 3. 12 cm 6.2 dm

9 cm

V. Solve. Show neat and clear solutions. 1. A rice field is in the form of parallelogram. If its base is 38 m and its width is 25 m. , how many square meters can be planted with rice? 2. The side of a roof is triangular in shape. If its side has a base which measure 6 m and an altitude of 3.2 m, what is its area? _______________ _______________ I. A. 1. Derive a formula in finding the surface area of a solid. 2. Solve for the surface area of a solid. B. Write a formula or equation in solving for the surface area of solids. C. Show preciseness or accuracy in measuring things. II. Deriving Formulas and solving for surface areas of solids Ref: BEC-PELC IV. A.1 Materials: Flashcards, pictures, bond papers, ruler, pencil Values: Preciseness and accuracy III. A. 1. Mental computation drill : Solving for the areas of plane figures 85 cm. 15 m 12 cm 5m 2. Checking of assignment / Review : Identifying Spatial Figures Unscramble Game ; B U C E - ________ Y R P D I M A - ________ 3. Show a cube. 5 cm

How many faces does it have? What is the shape of each face? Are the faces congruent? What is the formula for the area of square B. 1. See Activity 1, Lesson Guide p. 370. 2. Give the formula for each given spatial figures a) cube b) sphere c) triangular prism 3. Generalizations: Review the formulas in solving for surface areas of . Recall how to use these in solving for surface areas. C. Application : Write the formula in finding the area then solve. 1. a cube whose edge is 15 cm. 69

1) 2) 3) 4)

2. a cylinder whose base is 2.3 m in radius. IV. Find the surface area of the following . 3.4 dm 1. 2. 12 cm 6.2 dm V. Read each problem then solve. 1. A milk can has a radius of 4 cm and a height of 11 cm. How much tin was used in making it? 2. A closed cone model has a radius of 7 cm and a height. Find the amount of material used in making the cone.

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