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Department of Education

Region VI Western Visayas


Division of Capiz

LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL


(Statistics and Probability)
Date:
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Time:
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Grade &
Sec.:__________________
I. Objectives:
At the end of the period, students should be able to:
1. define the measures of central tendency (mean, median and mode).
2. find the measures of central tendency using the ungrouped data.
II. Subject Matter:
A. Topic: Measures of Central Tendency
B. Reference: Mathematics 8 Leaders Module
Lesson 1: Measures of Central Tendency of Ungrouped Data,
pages 491-503
C. Instructional Materials: laptop, multimedia projector/television, activity
sheets
D. Value Aim: Accuracy in solving, Cooperation within the group
D. Skill Focus: Problem Solving and Computation Skills
III. Procedures:
1. Pre-Activity
A. Review
Play the game anagram to recall the concepts previously learned by
the class.
1. TICSTISSTA - is a branch mathematics that deals with the
collection, classification, description, and interpretation of data
obtained by the conduct of surveys and experiments.
2. LAPOPUTION - a defined group or aggregates of objects, animals,
materials, measurements, things, events or happenings of any
kind.
3. ELPSAM - any subgroup of the population drawn by some
appropriate method from the population.
4. BLETA it is used when you want to present a data in a systematic
and organized manner so that reading and interpretation will be
simpler and easier.
5. TADA a collection of facts or information from which conclusions
may be drawn.
B. Motivation
Lead the class to sing the Statistics Song with actions.
1, 2, and 3 statistics; 1, 2, and 3 statistics
Stat-stat-statistics, Stat-stat-statistics
1, 2 and 3 statistics.
The first stat is solving for mean (2x)

Solve-solve for mean-mean-mean (2x)


The first stat is solving for mean.
The second stat is solving for median (2x)
Solve-solve for me-ed-ian (2x)
The second stat is solving for median.
The third stat is solving for mode (2x)
Solve-solve for mode-mode-mode (2x)
The third stat is solving for mode
C. Presentation
Ask the class what are the three terms often mentioned in the
song which are related in the study about statistics.
Introduce the three measures of central tendency to the class
mean, median and mode.
2. Lesson Proper
A. Activity
Differentiated Instruction/Cooperative learning. Divide the class into three
groups. Each group will be given the same problem but different question to
be answered. After that, a reporter from the group will have to present their
answer to the class. (See attached activity sheets)
B. Analysis
Questions:
a. How did you find working the activity?
b. How did you deal it with your group?
c. What do you think is the purpose of this activity?
Use the second example to discuss the process to find the answers
to the given problem.
A group of students obtained the following scores in a
math quiz:
8, 7, 9, 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3.
a. To find the mean of ungrouped data, use the formula x =

x
N

where
x = the summation of x (sum of the measures) and N = number of
values of x.
b. To find the median of a given set of data, take note of the
following:
1. arrange the data in either increasing or decreasing order;
2. locate the middle value. If the number of cases is odd, the
middle value is the median. If the number of cases is even, take
the arithmetic mean of the two middle measures.
c. To find the mode for a set of data:
1. select the measure that appears most often in the set;
2. if two or more measures appear the same number of times,
and the frequency they appear is greater than any other
measures, then each of these values is a mode;
3. if every measure appears the same number of times, then the
set of data has no mode.
C. Abstraction/ Generalization
Ask the class of the following questions:
a. What are the three measures of central tendency?

b. How do we find the value of the mean? the median? the mode?
The mean (also known as the arithmetic mean) is the most commonly used
measure of central position. It is the sum of measures divided by the
number of measures
25 in a33variable.
35 It is symbolized
45
34as x (read as x bar).
26
29
35
38
40
The median is 45
the middle
or term29in a set
38 entry28
25of data arranged in either
increasing or decreasing
order.
39
32
37
47
45
The mode is the measure or value which occurs most frequently in a set of
data. It is the value with the greatest frequency.
D. Application
Find the mean, median, and mode of the following sets of data.
a. 29, 34, 37, 22, 38, 40
b. 5, 6, 7, 7, 9, 9, 8, 10, 14, 16, 20
IV. Assessment:
The scores of 20 students in a biology quiz are as follows. Solve for the
mean, median and mode.

V. Assignment/Agreement:
Contextualization. Ask the students to recall their grades for the 3 rd Grading
Period. Ask them to find the mean, the median and the mode and write their
answers in a 8x11 (short) bond paper.

Prepared by:
PHILIP JAYSON D. FALCIS
SHS Teacher Applicant

WORKSHEET
Problem 1: The grades in Mathematics of students are 87, 84, 85, 85, 86 and 90.
a. What is the mean grade of the 6 students?
b. Explain how did you arrive with your answer.
Problem 2: The grades in Mathematics of students are 87, 84, 85, 85, 86 and 90.
a. What is the median grade of the 6 students?
b. Explain how did you arrive with your answer.
Problem 3: The grades in Mathematics of students are 87, 84, 85, 85, 86 and 90.
a. What is the mode of the grades of the 10 students?
b. Explain how did you arrive with your answer.

A group of students obtained the following scores in a math quiz: 8, 7, 9, 10, 8, 6, 5,


4, 3.
Arranging the scores in increasing order: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10.
a. The mean 6.7 was obtained by
b. The median