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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

June 1, 2015- Monday VI-A 6:00-7:00 VI-B 7:00-8:00 VI-C 9:40-


10:40

I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Perform more than two operations on whole numbers with or without exponent.
Psychomotor: Show cooperation when working in team.
Affective: Practice honesty in doing ones work.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Performing more than two operations on whole numbers with or without exponents.
Ref. PELC A.1.5
Lesson Guide 6
Values: Cooperation/ Honesty

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of Assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Do you like to go hunting? Lets have a word hunting game. Encircle the words diagonally, horizontally or
vertically.

D I F F E R E N C E
T S T A D D E N D S
W U H L E S S S R M
I M R U T I M E S A

What words were you able to form? Can you give the meaning of each?
2. Presentation
Lets focus on the rules of operation.
- Why is there a need to follow it?
4 23 + 6

C. Generalization
Follow the rules in order of operation in solving number.

D. Fixing Skills
Simplify then solve.
1. 32 2 x 22
2. 6 2 + 1 x 4

E. Application
Simplify then solve.
1. (72 + 15 ) x 4 + (6 x 5)
2. (36 6) x (3 x 4) + 7

IV. Evaluation
Simplify then solve.
1. 63 7 + 5 + 22 6 x 3
2. 6 + (2 x 7 + 52)
3. 3 x (4 + 82) 8
4. 37 + (3 x 2) 6
5. 14 2 3 + 2 x 2

V. Assignment
Solve.
1. 14 23 + 2
2. 24 22 7
3. 32 + 22 7
4. 18 2 4
5. 24 8 x 2
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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: 1. Solve 2 to 3 step word problems involving whole numbers.
2. Apply the order of operations involving 2 to 3 step word problem.
3. Give and state the answer in complete sentence with proper units/ label.
Psychomotor: Write an operation to solve multi step word problems.
Affective: Show cooperation when working in team.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Applying the order of operations in solving 2 to -3 step word problems.

Reference: BEC II.1.2

Value: Cooperation

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
What do you want to be when you grow up? Who wants to be a businessman/ Why?
2. Presentation
Mr. Gonzales put a capital coming from the following:
Bank - P 250, 000.00
Private - P 100, 000.00
Personal Money - P 150, 000.00

The cost of the merchandise he bought was P 365, 273.00. How much was left from his capital?
- Where did Mr. Gonzales get his capital?
- How much was the merchandise he bought?
- What can you say about Mr. Gonzales? Why?
(give more examples)

C. Generalization
In solving 2 3 step word problem, find what is asked, given, hidden question, process, number sentence and solution.

D. Fixing Skill
Group Activity

E. Application
Solve.
A movie earned P 5,470.00. In 27 theater in Manila, P 2,005 on 116 movie houses, combining the two
amounts, what was the average income per theater from the movie?

IV. Evaluation
Analyze the problem then solve.
The girl scout troop no. 131 collected 150 kg of rice on the first week, 110 kg on the second week, Troop no.
250 collected 98 kg and 100 kg on first and second week respectively. If the rice collected will be distributed equally among 20
families of Mahabang Parang and 23 families of Sitio Pinagpala, how many kg of rice should each family receive?

V. Assignment
Analyze the problem then solve.
Mr. Cruz had P 4,500.00. He spent P 2,500.00 for food, P 750.00 for transportation and P 275.00 for other
expenses and divided the rest among his 5 brothers. How much the share of each?

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Rename fraction where denominator are power of 10 in decimal form.
Psychomotor: Write fraction whose denominator are power of 10 in decimal form.
Affective: Shares ones materials with one another.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Renaming Fractions Whose Denominators are Power of 10 in Decimal Form
Reference: PELC II. 1
Value: Sharing

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Have you ever used a meter stick or a tape measure in your EPP subject? What unit of measure is
used in when you would like to get the length of a ribbon or yarn?
2. Presentation
The art teacher of Gr. VI class asks her pupils to buy yellow yarn of 9/10 cm. ,green yarn 9/100 cm.
and red yarn 9/1000Rhoda says she will have a 0.9 cm. yellow yarn, green 0.09 and red yarn 0.009 cm. Is
Rhoda wrong? Why?

- If you were Rhoda, would you bring those materials for your art subject? If your classmates has nothing,
what will you do?

C. Generalization
To change fraction to decimal whose denominator are power of 10, move the decimal as many zeros in denominator.

D. Fixing Skills
Rename the fraction in decimal.

1. 8/10
2. 125/1000
3. 25/1000
4. 3/10
5. 17/100

E. Application
Jethro has 25 one centavo coins in his piggy bank. He writes in figure the money he has as 25/100. How
should he write this using peso sign?

IV. Evaluation
Change to decimal form.

1. 90/100
2. 8/10
3. 56/100
4. 38/1000
5. 78/1000
6. 9/1000

V. Assignment
Rename the fraction in decimal form.

1. 4/10 3. 16/100 5. 7/1000 7. 8/100


2. 7/100 4. 180/1000 6. 16/100

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Rename fraction where denominator are power of 10 in decimal form.
Psychomotor: Write fraction whose denominator are power of 10 in decimal form.
Affective: Shares ones materials with one another.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Renaming Fractions Whose Denominators are Power of 10 in Decimal Form
Reference: PELC II. 1
Value: Sharing

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do we change fraction into decimal form?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson application to assignment. See plan dated__________________.

C. Generalization
To change fraction to decimal whose denominator are power of 10, move the decimal as many zeros in denominator.

D. Fixing Skills
Rename the fraction in decimal.

1. 8/10
2. 125/1000
3. 25/1000
4. 3/10
5. 17/100

E. Application
Jethro has 25 one centavo coins in his piggy bank. He writes in figure the money he has as 25/100. How
should he write this using peso sign?

IV. Evaluation
Change to decimal form.

1. 90/100
2. 8/10
3. 56/100
4. 38/1000
5. 78/1000
6. 9/1000

V. Assignment
Rename the fraction in decimal form.

1. 4/10 3. 16/100 5. 7/1000 7. 8/100


2. 7/100 4. 180/1000 6. 16/100

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Identify the value/ place value of a digit in a given decimal.
Psychomotor: Write decimals in words and in numbers.
Affective: Show cooperation and alertness in working with the team.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Renaming Fractions Whose Denominators are Power of 10 in Decimal Form
Reference: PELC 3.3.1
Value: Cooperation/ Alertness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
When you see 5, what does it mean to you? How about .5?
2. Presentation
Study the Decimal Place Value Chart.

Whole Decimal Numbers


Numbers Decimal Tenths Hundredth Thousandth Ten Hundred Millionths
Point s s Thousandth Thousandth
s s
1/10 1/100 1/1000 1/10000 1/100000 1/100000
0
1 2 3 4 5 6

- What is the place value of 1?2?3?4?5? and 6?


- How do we get the value of a particular digit?

C. Generalization
The value of a digit in a given decimal is the product of the digit holding the decimal place and the value of that position.

D. Fixing Skills
Give the value and the place value of each digit.

Value Place Value


1) 1.6093
2) 39.456
3) 3.674

E. Application
Give the value and the place value of the underlined digit.

Value Place Value


1) 296.3127
2) 4.5694
3) 5.3678
4) 2.105
5) 0.56789

IV. Evaluation
Give the value and the place value of the underlined digit.

Value Place Value


1) 3.2741
2) 43.0018
3) 135.30
4) 656.8743
5) 300.003

V. Assignment
1) Form 5 decimal numbers out of digit 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9.
2) Write each number in words.
3) Give the value of each digit and place value.

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Identify the value/ place value of a digit in a given decimal.
Psychomotor: Write decimals in words and in numbers.
Affective: Show cooperation and alertness in working with the team.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Renaming Fractions Whose Denominators are Power of 10 in Decimal Form
Reference: PELC 3.3.1
Value: Cooperation/ Alertness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do we get the value of a digit in decimal?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment..

C. Application
Give the value and the place value of the underlined digit.

Value Place Value


1) 296.3127
2) 4.5694
3) 5.3678
4) 2.105
5) 0.56789

IV. Evaluation
Give the value and the place value of the underlined digit.

Value Place Value


1) 3.2741
2) 43.0018
3) 135.30
4) 656.8743
5) 300.003

V. Assignment
1) Form 5 decimal numbers out of digit 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9.
2) Write each number in words.
3) Give the value of each digit and place value.

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Compare and order decimal through ten thousandths.
Psychomotor: Arrange decimal numbers.
Affective: Show thriftiness/conservation.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Compare and Order Decimals Through Ten Thousandths
Reference: PELC II.B.4
Value: Thriftiness/ Conservation

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Do you agree that water is not lost? Why?
2. Presentation
The density of water at:
a) 00 C is about 0.9999 grams per cubic cm
b) 200 C is close to 0.9982 grams per cubic cm
c) 1000 C is near to 0.9584 grams per cubic cm

- Which is lesser? 0.9999 or 0.9982? 0.9584 or 0.9999? Why?


- If these decimals are to be arranged from least to greatest, which has the greatest value?from greatest to
least, which has the least value?
- What are the steps in comparing and ordering decimals?

C. Generalization
To compare decimals, compare the digits left to right by place values.

D. Fixing Skills
Write >, < or = on the blank to make sentence true.
1) 0.1114 ________ 0.2202
2) 0.1090 ________ 0.1009

E. Application
Write >, < or = on the blank.
1) 0.7894 _________ 0.7658
2) 0.3937 _________ 0.3198
3) 0.0120 _________ 0.012

IV. Evaluation
Compare using >, < or =.
1) 1.0340 _________ 1.034
2) 0.4897 _________ 0.4987
3) 0.0101 _________ 0.0101
4) 12.1202 ________ 12.1220
5) 20.8976 ________ 20.8967

V. Assignment
Write in order from least to greatest.
a) 10.1 10.1001 10.01 10.101

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Compare and order decimal through ten thousandths.
Psychomotor: Arrange decimal numbers.
Affective: Show thriftiness/conservation.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Compare and Order Decimals Through Ten Thousandths
Reference: PELC II.B.4
Value: Thriftiness/ Conservation

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do we compare decimals?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated _____________________.

C. Application
Write >, < or = on the blank.
1) 0.7894 _________ 0.7658
2) 0.3937 _________ 0.3198
3) 0.0120 _________ 0.012

IV. Evaluation
Compare using >, < or =.
1) 1.0340 _________ 1.034
2) 0.4897 _________ 0.4987
3) 0.0101 _________ 0.0101
4) 12.1202 ________ 12.1220
5) 20.8976 ________ 20.8967

V. Assignment
Write in order from least to greatest.
a) 10.1 10.1001 10.01 10.101

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Round the decimals through ten thousandths.
Psychomotor: Tabulate data in the chart.
Affective: Show sportsmanship.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Rounding Decimals Through Ten Thousandths
Reference: PELC II.B.5
Value: Sportsmanship

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
What percent is the molecules of carbon dioxide present in the earths atmosphere?
2. Presentation
Of the 100% total molecules present composition of the Earth atmosphere. Only 0.0325 percent is
carbon dioxide.

- What number is closest to to 0.0325? Why? Why not?


- What are other possible number closest to 0.0325?
- What are the rule in rounding off decimal numbers?

C. Generalization
In rounding numbers, look at the digit to the right of the rounding place, if it is 0,1,2,3,4, round down, if it is
5,6,7,8,9 round up.

D. Fixing Skills
Round off 29.8492 to the nearest:
a) Tenths ____________________
b) Ones ____________________
c) Hundredths ____________________
d) Thousandths ____________________
e) Tens____________________

E. Application
Round the following to the nearest ten thousandths.
1) 85.42998
2) 0.92432
3) 6.00549
4) 15.39485
5) 299.83994

IV. Evaluation
Round the following numbers to its underlined digit.
1) 6.8497
2) 2.0825
3) 62.842
4) 29.0434
5) 0.8943

V. Assignment
Complete the table.
DECIMALS Round to
Tenths Hundredths Thousandths Ten Thousandths
1) 0.89432
2) 5.09998
3) 2.96425
4) 5.2358
5) 0.86302

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Round the decimals through ten thousandths.
Psychomotor: Tabulate data in the chart.
Affective: Show sportsmanship.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Rounding Decimals Through Ten Thousandths
Reference: PELC II.B.5
Value: Sportsmanship

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do you round decimals?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated July 21, 2010.

C. Application
Round the following to the nearest ten thousandths.
1) 85.42998
2) 0.92432
3) 6.00549
4) 15.39485
5) 299.83994

IV. Evaluation
Round the following numbers to its underlined digit.
1) 6.8497
2) 2.0825
3) 62.842
4) 29.0434
5) 0.8943

V. Assignment
Complete the table.
DECIMALS Round to
Tenths Hundredths Thousandths Ten Thousandths
1) 0.89432
2) 5.09998
3) 2.96425
4) 5.2358
5) 0.86302

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Estimate sums and differences of decimals and mixed decimals.
Psychomotor: Write the numbers in column correctly with decimal point aligned.
Affective: Decide wisely.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Estimating Sums and Differences Decimals and Mixed Decimals
Reference: PELC II.C.1
Value: Giving wise decision

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment
3. Review
How do you round off decimals? What are the rules in rounding off decimal numbers?

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
You were asked by your mother to buy some groceries after class. Without computing, how would
you know that the money given to you is enough or not? Why?
2. Presentation
Read analyze the problem.
Ron has P 12,720.00 in his savings account. He wants to buy a stereo and speakers while they are
on sale. The stereo cost P 9,889.99 and the speakers cost P 915.50. About how much of his savings will be left
after the purchase?

- What information is given in the problem?


- What should be done first so that Ron will have an idea of the following:
a) About how much he has to pay?
b) About how much will be left of his savings?
- How are you going to solve the problem?
- How do you find the estimated sums and differences of whole numbers and decimals?

C. Generalization
To estimate sums, round the addends to the desired place value, then add.
To estimate differences, round the minuend and the subtrahend to the desired place value, then subtract.

D. Fixing Skills
Group Activity
Use the information in the box to answer the problems below.

hotdog P 25.50 ham sandwich P 15.75


squid ball P 1.45 each fish ball P. 0.65 each
gulaman P 7.50

I How much is the total estimated cost of a hotdog, 3 pieces of fish balls and gulaman?

II If I have P100.00 and I bought 3 pieces of squid balls, 4 pieces of fish balls and a glass of gulaman, how much
should my estimated change be?

III Estimate how much money should one have in order to purchase a hotdog, a ham sandwich and a glass of
gulaman?

IV Donna bought a ham sandwich and a glass of gulaman. She gave the cashier P 50.00. Estimate how much change
she would receive?

V If Karen is going to buy one each kind on the menu, how much would it cost her?

E. Application
Write the numbers in column then estimate each sum or difference.
1) 3.36 0.95
2) 16.52 + 7.28
3) 12.421 6.05
4) 0.75 + 0.362 + 2.5
5) 24.01 16.352 + 2.6

IV. Evaluation
Arrange the number in column. Round the number to the nearest hundredth, then find the estimated sums and differences.
1) 36.523 + 18.912 + 55.411 = N
2) 285.152 + 27.352 + 627.303 = N
3) 8.941 8.149 = N
4) 639.272 + 168.201 = N
5) 48.214 168.232 = N

V. Assignment
Analyze and solve.

Father gave mother three thousand pesos for the different bills due for payment. Electric bill P 1,792.58; water bill P
874.44 and telephone bill P 422.83. About how many will be left of the amount given by Father?

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals.
Psychomotor: Write addends in column correctly.
Write subtrahend and minuend in column correctly.
Affective: Use resources wisely.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers and Decimals
Reference: PELC I.C.2
Value: Wise use of resources

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
85.03 + 105 + 16.005 28.79 = N
- What is the fastest way to solving the problem? Why?
2. Presentation
Read and study the problem.
Tina bought a pair of shoes for P 495.50, a coat for P 527.20 and a pocketbook for P 94.75. How
much change did she receive from her P 2000?

- How are you going to solve this problem?

C. Generalization
To add decimals, align the decimal points and the digits by place values. Add as in whole numbers. Put the
decimal point in the sum.
To subtract decimals, align the decimal point. To have the same number of digits in the minuend and
subtrahend, annex zeros to the right of the decimal point. Subtract as in whole numbers. Put the decimal point in the
difference.

D. Fixing Skills
Group Activity
Solve the following.

a) Find the sum in each column.


6.7 2.35 0.18 2.9
12.54 1.9 0.335 7.6
9.3 2.58 2.48 9.358
6.24 6.75 6.754 18.7

b) Find the difference in each column.

75.8 28.65
37.497 18.73

E. Application
Write in column, then compute.
1) 39 + 18.9 15.6 = N
2) 89 29.341 + 14 = N
3) 62.5 + 3.96 + 93 = N
4) 30.1 + 120 97.639 = N
5) 19.61 8.75 + 2.95 = N

IV. Evaluation
Solve the problems.
1) Add 82.839 to the difference of 189 and 158.84.
2) The sum of 15.16, 97 and 68.3 is ______________________.
3) Add the difference of 25 and 16.82 to the sum of 43 and 18.28.

4) Cris kept track of the number of kilometers he drove as a taxi driver.


Driving Record
Monday - 365.7
Tuesday 149.35
Wednesday 296.5
Thursday 213.86

a) How far did Cris drive for 4 days?


b) How much further did Cris drive on Monday and Tuesday than Wednesday and Thursday?

V. Assignment
Solve.
1) 89 84.63 + 74.13 = N
2) 105.89 49 + 29.834 = N
3) What is the answer when 215 is added to 15.398?
4) What is the answer when 612 is added to the difference of 65 and 47.982?

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals.
Psychomotor: Write addends in column correctly.
Write subtrahend and minuend in column correctly.
Affective: Use resources wisely.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers and Decimals
Reference: PELC I.C.2
Value: Wise use of resources

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do you add decimals?subtract decimals?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation if the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated ______________________.

C. Application
Write in column, then compute.
6) 39 + 18.9 15.6 = N
7) 89 29.341 + 14 = N
8) 62.5 + 3.96 + 93 = N
9) 30.1 + 120 97.639 = N
10) 19.61 8.75 + 2.95 = N

IV. Evaluation
Solve the problems.
1) Add 82.839 to the difference of 189 and 158.84.
2) The sum of 15.16, 97 and 68.3 is ______________________.
3) Add the difference of 25 and 16.82 to the sum of 43 and 18.28.
4) Cris kept track of the number of kilometers he drove as a taxi driver.

Driving Record
Monday - 365.7
Tuesday 149.35
Wednesday 296.5
Thursday 213.86

c) How far did Cris drive for 4 days?


d) How much further did Cris drive on Monday and Tuesday than Wednesday and Thursday?

V. Assignment
Solve.
1) 89 84.63 + 74.13 = N
2) 105.89 49 + 29.834 = N
3) What is the answer when 215 is added to 15.398?
4) What is the answer when 612 is added to the difference of 65 and 47.982?

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Solve 1 - 2 step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals.
Psychomotor: Write the correct number sentence and solution for a 1 - 2 step word problem involving addition and subtraction
of decimals.
Affective: Help a friend in need.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Solving 1 2 Step Word Problem Involving Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
Reference: PELC 6.2
Value: Relying others in need

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Have you ever experienced to help a friend in need?
2. Presentation
Annie bought 13.6 gal of gas and 12.8 gal in each 2 consecutive weeks. Her total consumption of
gas in 3 weeks is 38.35 gal. How much gas did she consume on the third week?
- What is being asked?
- What are given?
- What operations are needed to solve the problem?
- What is the hidden question?
- What is the number sentence needed to solve the problem?
- What are the important steps in problem solving?
- How do we solve 1 2 step word problems on addition and subtraction of decimals?

C. Generalization
Find what is asked, given, process, hidden question, number sentence and solution.

D. Fixing Skills
Analyze and solve. ( see p. 149 of Mathematics for Everyday Use 6 )

E. Application
Solve.
Mrs. Leynes is saving money for the repair of her washing machine. The two parts to be repaired cost P 87.95
and P 125.20. How much more does she need if she has already saved P 105.20?

IV. Evaluation
A. Read the problem and answer the questions about it. Write the letter only.

Binoy wanted to buy a notebook for P 18.75 and a ballpen for P 28.75. He had only P19.85. How much
more does he need to buy the 2 items.

1. The operations involved in the problem are:


a. +. - c. +,
b. x, + d. -,

2. The hidden question is:


a. How much money does Binoy have?
b. How much more does Binoy need to buy 2 items?
c. How much does the notebook and ballpen cost altogether?

3. The correct number sentence for the problem is:


a. P 19.85 + ( P 18.75 P 28.75 ) = N
b. ( P 19.85 + 18.75 ) P 28.75 = N
c. ( 18.75 + P 28.75 ) P 19.85 = N
d. ( P 28.75 + P 19.75 ) P 18.75 = N

B. Analyze and solve. (see p. 152 of Mathematics for Everyday Use 6)

V. Assignment
Solve.
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 biking. How many km did Ricardo bike?

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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Multiply up to 3 digit factors by 1 2 digit factors of whole numbers and decimals with or without regrouping.
Psychomotor: Solve 1 3 digit by 1 2 digit factors of whole numbers and decimals.
Affective: Use leisure time wisely.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Multiply up to 3 digit factors by 1 2 digit factors
Reference: PELC II. D. 2
Value: Wise use of time

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
What is your hobby? Is it worthwhile? Why?
2. Presentation
Read and analyze the problem?

A hobbyist loves to collect different kinds of butterflies. In one of his framed collection, he mounted 12
butterflies of one specie with the same length and width. If one butterfly weighs 0.43 gram, what is the total
weight of the butterflies?

- How are you going to solve the problem?


- How did you find the answer?
- What process did you use?
- What are the steps in multiplying decimals and whole numbers?
More examples . . .

C. Generalization
Steps in multiplying decimals and whole numbers:

1. Multiply the first digit in the multiplier with all the digits in the multiplicand. Then multiply the second digit with all the
digits in the multiplicand. ( Do the same step if there is a third digit in the multiplier.)
2. Count the number of decimal places in the multiplicand and the multiplier,
3. The number of the decimal places in the product is equal to the number of decimal places in the factors
( multiplicand and multiplier).

D. Fixing Skills
Find the product.
1) 0.432 x 0.23
2) 0.83 x 35
3) 0.914 x 0.6
4) 0.7 x 46
5) 0.132 x 0.54

E. Application
Analyze and solve.

a) Find N in this eaquation: 0.847 x 0.69 = N


b) The product of 86 and 0.249 is ________________

IV. Evaluation
Find the product.
1) 0.67 x 0.24
2) 34 x 0.293
3) 0.518 x 0.65
4) 0.92 x 57
5) 0.39 x 0.764
V. Assignment
Find the product.
1) 0.57 x 0.24
2) 0.442 x 26
3) 65 x 0.179
4) 0.392 x 0.78
5) 0.827 x 0.36

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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Multiply up to 3 digit factors by 1 2 digit factors of whole numbers and decimals with or without regrouping.
Psychomotor: Solve 1 3 digit by 1 2 digit factors of whole numbers and decimals.
Affective: Use leisure time wisely.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Multiply up to 3 digit factors by 1 2 digit factors
Reference: PELC II. D. 2
Value: Wise use of time

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do you multiply whole numbers and decimals?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated _________________________.

C. Application
Analyze and solve.

a) Find N in this eaquation: 0.847 x 0.69 = N


b) The product of 86 and 0.249 is ________________

IV. Evaluation
Find the product.
1) 0.67 x 0.24
2) 34 x 0.293
3) 0.518 x 0.65
4) 0.92 x 57
5) 0.39 x 0.764

V. Assignment
Find the product.
1) 0.57 x 0.24
2) 0.442 x 26
3) 65 x 0.179
4) 0.392 x 0.78
5) 0.827 x 0.36

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths.
Psychomotor: Write the product correctly.
Affective: Show cooperation in solving problems.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths
Reference: PELC II. D. 4
Value: Cooperation

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Do you know how heavy you are?
2. Presentation
Rina weighs 46.25 kg. Cathy weighs 1.06 times as much as Rina. If you were Rina, how would you
know how heavy Cathy is?

- How are you going to solve the problem?


- How did you find the answer?
- What process did you use?
- What kind of decimals do we have?
- What are the steps in multiplying mixed decimals with mixed decimals?
- How do you put the decimal point?
More examples . . .

C. Generalization
Steps in multiplying mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths :

1. Multiply the first digit in the multiplier with all the digits in the multiplicand. Then multiply the second digit with all the
digits in the multiplicand. ( Do the same step if there is a third digit in the multiplier.)
2. Count the number of decimal places in the multiplicand and the multiplier,
3. The number of the decimal places in the product is equal to the number of decimal places in the factors
( multiplicand and multiplier).

D. Fixing Skills
Find the product.
1) 2.07 x 3.82
2) 48.12 x 5.50
3) 9.24 x 14.63

E. Application
Analyze and solve.
Father and other farmers are harvesting tomatoes for the towns Tiangge Day. They were able to fill 56.5
kaings each weighing 18.75 kilograms. How many kilograms of tomatoes were harvested for the Tiangge Day?

IV. Evaluation
Find the product.
1) 83.52 x 2.4
2) 6.5 x 4.36
3) 2.56 x 7.22
4) 72.08 x 6.9
5) 8.056 x 7.4

V. Assignment
Find the product
1) 3.84 x 12.7
2) 38.4 x. 1.27
3) 83.52 x 2.4
4) 484.3 x 2.16
5) 8.05 x 3.26

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Solve word problems involving multiplication of decimals including money.
Psychomotor: Write the correct number sentence.
Affective: Show how to be thrifty.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Solving Word Problem Involving Multiplication of Decimals Including Money
Reference: PELC D.8.2
Value: Thriftiness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Do you have a piggy bank? What is the importance of having piggy bank?
2. Presentation
Cris spends P 35.50 for food each day. How much does she spend in 12 days?

- What is being asked?


- What are given?
- What operations are needed to solve the problem?
- What is the hidden question?
- What is the number sentence needed to solve the problem?
- What are the important steps in solving word problems?
More examples . . .

C. Generalization
In solving word problems find what is asked, given, process, hidden question, number sentence, solution and
check the answer.

D. Fixing Skills
Solve.
1. If 1 meter of cloth costs P 72.95, how much 6.5 meters cost?
2. Mang Quintin, a balot vendor bought 120 new duck eggs at P 3.85 each. How much did he pay?

E. Application
Solve.
A cone of ice cream costs P 16.25, how much did in all did the 8 children spend for ice cream?

IV. Evaluation
Read and solve.
1. A can of powdered milk has a mass of 0.345 kilogram. What is the mass of 12 cans of milk?
2. Mrs. Diaz bought a residential lot with an area of 180.75 at P 650.00 per square meter. How much did she pay for the
lot?

V. Assignment
Write the number sentence, then solve.
1. The rental for a Tamaraw FX is P 3,500 a day? What will it cost you to rent it in 3.5 days?
2. A vendor has 96 red and blue balloons. If 0.625 of the balloons are how many of the balloons are red?

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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI


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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Solve word problems involving multiplication of decimals including money.
Psychomotor: Write the correct number sentence.
Affective: Show how to be thrifty.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Solving Word Problem Involving Multiplication of Decimals Including Money
Reference: PELC D.8.2
Value: Thriftiness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do you solve word problem involving multiplication including money?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated _________________________.

C. Application
Solve.
A cone of ice cream costs P 16.25, how much did in all did the 8 children spend for ice cream?

IV. Evaluation
Read and solve.
1. A can of powdered milk has a mass of 0.345 kilogram. What is the mass of 12 cans of milk?
2. Mrs. Diaz bought a residential lot with an area of 180.75 at P 650.00 per square meter. How much did she pay for the
lot?

V. Assignment
Write the number sentence, then solve.
1. The rental for a Tamaraw FX is P 3,500 a day? What will it cost you to rent it in 3.5 days?
2. A vendor has 96 red and blue balloons. If 0.625 of the balloons are how many of the balloons are red?

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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI


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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Divide 2 5 digit whole numbers by 1 2 digit decimals.
Psychomotor: Write solutions to division equations involving 1 2 digit decimal divisors correctly.
Affective: Appreciate the importance of being industrious in ones work.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Dividing 2- 5 digit whole numbers by 1 2 digit decimal
Reference: PELC II.E.2.1
Value: Industry

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
How does your family earn a living? Does your mother help your father earn for your family? If so,
why? What good will it do to your family?
2. Presentation
Read analyze the problem.
Aling Dolores sews table cloth to sell. She uses 0.6 meters of linen for every table cloth she makes.
How many table clothes can she make out of 18 meters of linen?

- What is being asked?


- What are given?
- What operations are needed to solve the problem?
- What is the number sentence needed to solve the problem?
- How do we divide 2 -5 digit whole numbers by 1 -2 digit decimals?
More examples . . .

C. Generalization
Steps in dividing 2 5 digit whole numbers by 1 -2 digit decimal:
1. Move the decimal point to the right to make it a whole number and so with the dividend as many places
as you move the divisor. Place the decimal point directly above the decimal point of the dividend.
2. Divide just like dividing whole numbers.

D. Fixing Skills
Find the quotient. Check your answer.
1) 456 0.15
2) 48 0.32
3) 5185 0.61
4) 125 0.25
5) 22005 0.36

E. Application
Find the quotient. Check your answer.
1) 132 0.03
2) 1848 0.42
3) 2608 0.54

IV. Evaluation
Solve and check.
1) 1984 0.32
2) 92 0.04
3) 13588 0.43
4) 39102 0.06
5) 848 0. 04

V. Assignment
Solve and check.
1) 19470 0.30
2) 11868 0.23
3) 44919 0.07
4) 21204 0.62
5) 105 0. 05

LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI


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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Divide 2 5 digit whole numbers by 1 2 digit decimals.
Psychomotor: Write solutions to division equations involving 1 2 digit decimal divisors correctly.
Affective: Appreciate the importance of being industrious in ones work.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Dividing 2- 5 digit whole numbers by 1 2 digit decimal
Reference: PELC II.E.2.1
Value: Industry

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Review
How do we divide 2 -5 digit whole numbers by 1 -2 digit decimals?

B. Lesson Proper
Continuation of the lesson from application to assignment. See plan dated _________________________________.

C. Application
Find the quotient. Check your answer.
1) 132 0.03
2.1848 0.42
3) 2608 0.54

IV. Evaluation
Solve and check.
1) 1984 0.32
2) 92 0.04
3) 13588 0.43
4) 39102 0.06
5) 848 0. 04

V. Assignment
Solve and check.
1) 19470 0.30
2) 11868 0.23
3) 44919 0.07
4) 21204 0.62
5) 105 0. 05

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient.
Psychomotor: Solve word problem in solving division of whole numbers with decimal quotient.
Affective: Show fairness to all.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Dividing whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient
Reference: PELC II.E.2.2
Value: Fairness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
How many are you in the family? Have you experienced to bring home something not enough for your family?
2. Presentation
Ana brought home 3 pieces of suman. She has 4 sisters, how will she divide it equally among her sisters?

- What is being asked?


- What are given?
- What operations are needed to solve the problem?
- What is the number sentence needed to solve the problem?
- How do we divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient?
- When do you get a decimal quotient?
- What is the rule in rounding the decimal quotient to the nearest tenths or hundredths?
More examples . . .

C. Generalization
Steps in dividing whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient:
1. Divide just like dividing whole numbers.
2. Check your answer by multiplying the quotient by the divisor.

D. Fixing Skills
Find the quotient. Show your solution.
1) 4 5
2) 49 50
3) 3 5
4) 24 25
5) 10 16
6) 15 20

E. Application
Find the quotient. Check your answer.
1) 15 16 = N
2) 99 100 = N
3) 24=N
4) 25 50 = N
5) 56 58 = N

IV. Evaluation
Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest;
Tenths Hundredths
1) 12 18 ____________________ _________________________
2) 56 ____________________ _________________________
3) 12 48 ____________________ _________________________
4) 16 80 ____________________ _________________________
5) 15 80 ____________________ _________________________

V. Assignment
Find the quotient. Round your answer to the nearest;
Tenths Hundredths
1) 3 4 ____________________ _________________________

2) 7 8 ____________________ _________________________

3) 15 48 ____________________ _________________________

4) 12 25 ____________________ _________________________

5) 45 48 ____________________ _________________________

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I. Learning Objectives
Cognitive: Divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient.
Psychomotor: Solve word problem in solving division of whole numbers with decimal quotient.
Affective: Show fairness to all.

II. Learning Content


Skill: Dividing whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotient
Reference: PELC II.E.2.2
Value: Fairness

III. Learning Activities


A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
2. Checking of assignment

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

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I. Recall the previous lessons from the beginning of First Grading Period.

II. Recalling of the previous lessons from the beginning of First Grading Period.

III. Procedure
A. Motivation
B. Review the previous lessons
C. Giving Tips
D. Giving of the coverage of the examination

IV. Evaluation

V. Assignment
Be ready for the First Periodical Test.

LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

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I. Measures ones strength and weaknesses First Periodical Test ( Mathematics )

II. First Periodical Test


- MATHEMATICS

Value: Honesty

III. Procedure
A. Motivation
B. Giving standards in taking the test
C. Giving Directions
D. Actual Test

IV. Checking/ Analysis

V. Recording

LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS VI

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I. Interpret and analyze the commonly missed items in First Periodical Test.

II. Interpreting and analyzing the commonly missed items in First Periodical Test.

Value: Carefulness

III. Procedure
A. Motivation
B. Preparation
C. Discussion
D. Interpret and analyze each commonly missed item

IV. Reviewing of the test result