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## DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher

Teaching Dates and Time

SESSION 1
I. OBJECTIVES
To be able to

A. REFERENCES

## 2. Learner's Materials pages

3. Textbooks pages

## 4. Additional Materials from Learning 1. C.P. McKeague, Prealgebra

Resource (LR) portal

## B. Other Learning Resources http://stufiles.sanjac.edu/THEA/THEA Math Review/Mathematics Fun

IV. PROCEDURES
Ask students how fractions were introduced
and defined in their previous grade levels.
Call some students to the board to give
examples of fractions and draw
corresponding visual representations. Then
A. Reviewing previous lesson or
discuss the objectives of reintroducing
presenting the new lesson
fractions which include reinforcement of
concepts, sharpening their skills, and
enrichment on the topics through
applications on business and other relevant
fields.

## Make the students realize the importance of

fractions through practical examples.
B. Establishing a purpose for the
lesson

## Start by asking the students to cite

circumstances, based from their own
experiences, wherein fractions were used.
C. Presenting examples/ instances of
The teacher may add more examples,
the new lesson
preferably those applications in everyday life
and those relevant to certain jobs or
professions.

## Review the definition of fractions and its

D. Discussing new concepts and
kinds such as proper, improper, mixed,
practicing new skills #1
similar and dissimilar fractions

## E. Discussing new concepts and

practicing new skills #2

## Write a fraction on the board and

ask the students what kind it is
Formative Assessment 3)

## G. Finding practical application of Ask the students to give a specific example

concepts and skills in daily living of daily activities where fractions are applied

## H. Making generalizations and Re-discuss the definition of Fractions and its

Ask the students to define fraction,
enumerate its kinds and give example of
I. Evaluating learning each thru recitation.

## J. Additional activities for application

or remediation
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% on 135 out of 150 students earned 80% on
the formative assessment formative assessment
B. No. of learners require additional
15 learners need activities for remediation
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No.
yes, 10 learners have caught up after the
of learners who have caught up with
remedial
the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation 5 learners are required for remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies assigning bright students to tutor slow
worked well? Why did these work? learners works.
F. What difficulties did I encounter
dealing with absenteeism of slow learners
which my principal or supervisor can
which affects the time for their remedial
help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
assigning bright students to tutor slow
materials did I use/discover which I
learners works.
wish to share with other teachers?

Prepared By:

SHARON FARRALES-SANCHEZ
Master Teacher I-ABM
BAYAMBANG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level
SHARON FARRALES-SANCHEZ Learning Area
Week 1 July 4-8, 2016 Quarter

SESSION 2 SESSION 3

## To be able to perform fundamental operations on fractions and decimals

The learners demonstrate an understanding of fractions.

The learners are able to perform the operations on fractions: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

## Fundamental Operations on Fractions Decimals and Percentage

pp.4-10 pp.12-14

McKeague, Charles P., Prealgebra, WadsworthPublishing Company, Belmont California,2nd ed. (1992)

## A Math Review/Mathematics Fundamentals.html

Review of the basic concepts on fractions
that has been discussed yesterday and recall
the definitions of prime numbers, composite
numbers, relativley prime numbers,greates
Common Factor, Least Common Denominator

## Make the students realize the importance of

identifying prime, composite and relatively
prime numbers,LCD and GFC in solving
Emphasize the importance of addition and
problems involving fractions.
subtraction of fraction problem that may

## Cite a fraction problem that they may

State the formal definition of a fraction as a ratio
of integers;(a) Give specific fractions with
corresponding visual representations showing
proper fraction as a portion of a whole

## Emphasize fraction as a single number by

positioning several examples of fractions Discuss the solution on Adding and
(proper/, improper fractions, mixed numbers Subtracting problems involving fractions
on the real line.

## Discuss simplification of fractions or reducing

a fraction to its lowest term

## Ask the students to formulate a fraction problem

Write an example of fraction on the board that they may encounter as they put up their
and ask the students to simplify it business and allow other learners to solve, then
the facilitated learnings tooks place

## Ask the students to give a specific example

of daily activities where fractions are applied

## Re-discuss the solution in adding and

Re emphasize and re-discuss simplification of
subtracting problems involving fraction
fractions thru finding LCD and GCF
Give more examples of fraction on the board
and ask the students to explain the quiz bee in adding and subtracting fraction
procedure on simplification

## Ask the students to solve the sample fraction

on the board for simplification
taken 5 minutes of today's time for tutorial of taken 5 minutes of today's time for tutorial
slow learners of slow learners
135 out of 150 students earned 80% on 135 out of 150 students earned 80% on
formative assessment formative assessment
15 learners need activities for remediation 15 learners need activities for remediation

yes, 10 learners have caught up after the yes, 10 learners have caught up after the
remedial remedial

5 learners are required for remediation 5 learners are required for remediation
assigning bright students to tutor slow assigning bright students to tutor slow
learners works. learners works.

dealing with absenteeism of slow learners dealing with absenteeism of slow learners
which affects the time for their remedial which affects the time for their remedial

assigning bright students to tutor slow assigning bright students to tutor slow
learners works. learners works.

Checked By:

## MR. CRISANTO ONG

SSHT VI, Mathematics
11
1st

SESSION 4

Ia-1

pp.16-19

## ornia,2nd ed. (1992)

Review the solution for adding and
subtracting fractions then Introduce the
solution for Multiplication / Division of
Fractions

## Emphasize the importance of multiplication

and division of fraction problem that may

## Discuss the solution on multiplying and

dividing problems involving fractions

## Ask the students to formulate a fraction problem

that they may encounter as they put up their
business and allow other learners to solve, then
the facilitated learnings tooks place

## Re-discuss the solution in multiplying and

dividing problems involving fraction

## ask the students to solve problems on the

board involving fractions

short quiz on
fractions
taken 10 minutes of today's time for tutorial
of slow learners
110 out of 150 sutudents earned 80% on
summative assessment
40 learners need activities for remediation

remedial

## 15 learners are required for remediation

assigning bright students to tutor slow
learners works.

## dealing with absenteeism of slow learners

which affects the time for their remedial

learners works.

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