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# WEEKLY LESSON LOG

Teacher's Name:
Learning Area:
Session 1 Session 2
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards

B. Performance Standards

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives

II. CONTENT
A. Subject Matter
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References

IV. PROCEDURES

## A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review on the Functions from Junior

Review of Previous Lesson
presenting the new lesson High School

## Mention that we will represent Some situation can only be desired by

mathematical relations as machines more than one formula, depending on
with an input and an output, and that the valueof the dependent variable
B. Establishing a purpose for the the output is related to the output by
lesson some rule. Evaluating a function means replacing
the variable in the function and
computing for the result.

## Taxes rate in the Philippines

Fuctions and relations as a table of
values

## C. Presenting examples/ instances of

the new lesson
C. Presenting examples/ instances of Functions as a graph in the Cartesian Evaluate a number (integers,
the new lesson plane fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## Functions as a representations of real- Evaluate an expression (integers,

life situations fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## D. Discussing new concepts and

Answer the guide questions. Answer the guide questions.
practicing new skills #1

## E. Discussing new concepts and

Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises
practicing new skills #2

## F. Developing mastery (Leads to

Worksheets Worksheets
Formative Assessment 3)

## G. Finding practical applications of

concepts and skills in daily living

## Provide a real-world example or How do we denote a functional

scenario that can be expressed as a relationship between two variables x
relation that is not a function. and y?
H. Making generalizations and
abstractions to the lesson
Provide a real-world example or
scenario that can be modelled by a Which of the two variables is
linear function. dependent? Which is the independent
variable? Why do you say so?

I. Evaluating learning
Seat Work Seat work
J. Additional activities for application
More Exercises More Exercises
and remediation

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

V. REMARKS
assignment assignment

VI. REFLECTION
Prepared by:

Subject Teacher

Noted by:

## TABANAO, DIANNE MARITHER G.

Coordinator
OG
Month:
Quarter:
Week:
Session 3 Session 4

## Do a quick review of the rules of

adding, subtracting, multiplying and
Discussion of Worksheets
dividing fractions and algebraic
expressions.
The important concept that the Recall in the discussion of the five
students need to understand in this machines that the output of one
lesson is that adding, subtracting and machine was connected to the input of
multiplying two or more functions another machine. Ask the class how a
together will result in another function. similar scenario can be applied to the
Dividing two functions together will functions discussed. Using a function
also result in another functionif the as an input leads us to function
denominator or divisor is not the zero composition.
function.

Writing new rule: addition, subtraction, Writing new rule: composition and
multiplication and division. linear combination
Evaluate a number: addition, Evaluate a number: composition and
subtraction, multiplication and division. linear combination

## Evaluate an expression: addition, Evaluate an expression: composition

subtraction, multiplication and division. and linear combination

## Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises

Worksheets Worksheets

## ESSAY: MEANINGFUL EXISTENCE

OF FUNCTIONS IN OUR EVERYDAY
LIFE

## Like numbers functions can be added,

What is a composite function? What
subtracted, multiplied or divided. Ask
are the basic steps in evaluating a
students to enumerate the definitions
composite function?
for operations on functions.

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

assignment assignment
Approved by:

MALEEN GRAFILO-ORDIZ
SHS- OIC
WEEKLY LESSON LOG
Teacher's Name:
Learning Area:
Session 1 Session 2
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards

B. Performance Standards

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives

II. CONTENT
A. Subject Matter
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References

IV. PROCEDURES

## A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review on the Functions from Junior

Review of Previous Lesson
presenting the new lesson High School

## Mention that we will represent Some situation can only be desired by

mathematical relations as machines more than one formula, depending on
with an input and an output, and that the valueof the dependent variable
B. Establishing a purpose for the the output is related to the output by
lesson some rule. Evaluating a function means replacing
the variable in the function and
computing for the result.

## Taxes rate in the Philippines

Fuctions and relations as a table of
values

## C. Presenting examples/ instances of

the new lesson
C. Presenting examples/ instances of Functions as a graph in the Cartesian Evaluate a number (integers,
the new lesson plane fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## Functions as a representations of real- Evaluate an expression (integers,

life situations fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## D. Discussing new concepts and

Answer the guide questions. Answer the guide questions.
practicing new skills #1

## E. Discussing new concepts and

Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises
practicing new skills #2

## F. Developing mastery (Leads to

Worksheets Worksheets
Formative Assessment 3)

## G. Finding practical applications of

concepts and skills in daily living

## Provide a real-world example or How do we denote a functional

scenario that can be expressed as a relationship between two variables x
relation that is not a function. and y?
H. Making generalizations and
abstractions to the lesson
Provide a real-world example or
scenario that can be modelled by a Which of the two variables is
linear function. dependent? Which is the independent
variable? Why do you say so?

I. Evaluating learning
Seat Work Seat work
J. Additional activities for application
More Exercises More Exercises
and remediation

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

V. REMARKS
assignment assignment

VI. REFLECTION
Prepared by:

Subject Teacher

Noted by:

## TABANAO, DIANNE MARITHER G.

Coordinator
OG
Month:
Quarter:
Week:
Session 3 Session 4

## Do a quick review of the rules of

adding, subtracting, multiplying and
Discussion of Worksheets
dividing fractions and algebraic
expressions.
The important concept that the Recall in the discussion of the five
students need to understand in this machines that the output of one
lesson is that adding, subtracting and machine was connected to the input of
multiplying two or more functions another machine. Ask the class how a
together will result in another function. similar scenario can be applied to the
Dividing two functions together will functions discussed. Using a function
also result in another functionif the as an input leads us to function
denominator or divisor is not the zero composition.
function.

Writing new rule: addition, subtraction, Writing new rule: composition and
multiplication and division. linear combination
Evaluate a number: addition, Evaluate a number: composition and
subtraction, multiplication and division. linear combination

## Evaluate an expression: addition, Evaluate an expression: composition

subtraction, multiplication and division. and linear combination

## Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises

Worksheets Worksheets

## ESSAY: MEANINGFUL EXISTENCE

OF FUNCTIONS IN OUR EVERYDAY
LIFE

## Like numbers functions can be added,

What is a composite function? What
subtracted, multiplied or divided. Ask
are the basic steps in evaluating a
students to enumerate the definitions
composite function?
for operations on functions.

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

assignment assignment
Approved by:

MALEEN GRAFILO-ORDIZ
SHS- OIC
WEEKLY LES

## Teacher's Name: Ira Jesus E. Yapching Jr.

Learning Area: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
Session 1

I. OBJECTIVES

## B. Performance Standards The learner shows situations tha

C. Learning Real
Competencies/Objectives

II. CONTENT
A. Subject Matter
III. LEARNING RESOURCES

## B. Other Learning Resources SocSci 4 Book Lesson 4 and laptop

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson Freedom or Liberty
or presenting the new lesson

the lesson

## C. Presenting examples/ Positive liberty

instances of the new lesson
C. Presenting examples/ Positive liberty
instances of the new lesson

D. Discussing new concepts What can prevent u from exercisingour freedom?- Critic
and practicing new skills #1

## E. Discussing new concepts

and practicing new skills #2

## F. Developing mastery (Leads

to Formative Assessment 3)

G. Finding practical
applications of concepts and
skills in daily living

## H. Making generalizations and Freedom is a political concept which refe

abstractions to the lesson

I. Evaluating learning

## J. Additional activities for

application and remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION

Prepared by:

Subject Teacher

Noted by:

## Miss Tonie Rose Tagulao

Coordinator
WEEKLY LESSON LOG
Month: August
n to the Philosophy of the Human Person Week: 9
Session 2 Session 3

## The learner understand the human person's freedom

The learner shows situations that demonstrate freedom of choice and the consequences of choices

## Freedom of the Human Person

Abella, Roberto D. ,(2016) "Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person" C & E Publishing, Inc.

SocSci 4 Book Lesson 4 and laptop SocSci 4 Book Lesson 4 and laptop

Liberalism

Discuss philosophical views on freedom Relate freedom to human rights, society,politics, and

## Negative liberty Determinism

Negative liberty Determinism

## Song of Freedom - Students will select

a song that related to freedom

Freedom is a political concept which refers to the freedom of anindividual from oppression, compulsion or coercion

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Session 4

Free will
Free will

## MISS MALEEN GRAFILO-ORDIZ

SHS- OIC
WEEKLY LESSON LOG
Teacher's Name:
Learning Area:
Session 1 Session 2
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards

B. Performance Standards

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives

II. CONTENT
A. Subject Matter
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References

IV. PROCEDURES

## A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review on the Functions from Junior

Review of Previous Lesson
presenting the new lesson High School

## Mention that we will represent Some situation can only be desired by

mathematical relations as machines more than one formula, depending on
with an input and an output, and that the valueof the dependent variable
B. Establishing a purpose for the the output is related to the output by
lesson some rule. Evaluating a function means replacing
the variable in the function and
computing for the result.

## Taxes rate in the Philippines

Fuctions and relations as a table of
values

## C. Presenting examples/ instances of

the new lesson
C. Presenting examples/ instances of Functions as a graph in the Cartesian Evaluate a number (integers,
the new lesson plane fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## Functions as a representations of real- Evaluate an expression (integers,

life situations fractions & decimals) on different
functions.

## D. Discussing new concepts and

Answer the guide questions. Answer the guide questions.
practicing new skills #1

## E. Discussing new concepts and

Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises
practicing new skills #2

## F. Developing mastery (Leads to

Worksheets Worksheets
Formative Assessment 3)

## G. Finding practical applications of

concepts and skills in daily living

## Provide a real-world example or How do we denote a functional

scenario that can be expressed as a relationship between two variables x
relation that is not a function. and y?
H. Making generalizations and
abstractions to the lesson
Provide a real-world example or
scenario that can be modelled by a Which of the two variables is
linear function. dependent? Which is the independent
variable? Why do you say so?

I. Evaluating learning
Seat Work Seat work
J. Additional activities for application
More Exercises More Exercises
and remediation

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

V. REMARKS
assignment assignment

VI. REFLECTION
Prepared by:

Subject Teacher

Noted by:

## TABANAO, DIANNE MARITHER G.

Coordinator
OG
Month:
Quarter:
Week:
Session 3 Session 4

## Do a quick review of the rules of

adding, subtracting, multiplying and
Discussion of Worksheets
dividing fractions and algebraic
expressions.
The important concept that the Recall in the discussion of the five
students need to understand in this machines that the output of one
lesson is that adding, subtracting and machine was connected to the input of
multiplying two or more functions another machine. Ask the class how a
together will result in another function. similar scenario can be applied to the
Dividing two functions together will functions discussed. Using a function
also result in another functionif the as an input leads us to function
denominator or divisor is not the zero composition.
function.

Writing new rule: addition, subtraction, Writing new rule: composition and
multiplication and division. linear combination
Evaluate a number: addition, Evaluate a number: composition and
subtraction, multiplication and division. linear combination

## Evaluate an expression: addition, Evaluate an expression: composition

subtraction, multiplication and division. and linear combination

## Group Work Exercises Group Work Exercises

Worksheets Worksheets

## ESSAY: MEANINGFUL EXISTENCE

OF FUNCTIONS IN OUR EVERYDAY
LIFE

## Like numbers functions can be added,

What is a composite function? What
subtracted, multiplied or divided. Ask
are the basic steps in evaluating a
students to enumerate the definitions
composite function?
for operations on functions.

## Worksheets can be given as an Worksheets can be given as an

assignment assignment
Approved by:

MALEEN GRAFILO-ORDIZ
SHS- OIC