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LESSON LOG Grade Level: IV
Class B - Group 6 - Statistics Learning Area: MATHEMATICS
2 DAYS Quarter: 4thQUARTER
I.OBJECTIVES DAY 1 DAY 2
A. Content Standards Demonstrates understanding of the concepts of bar graphs and simple experiments.

B. Performance Standards The learners is able to create and interpret simple representations of data (tables and bar graphs) and
describe outcomes in simple experiments.

C. Learning Deriving the formula for the area of triangles and parallelogram.
Competencies/Objectives

Write the LC code for each


II.CONTENT Statistics and Probability
III.LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References emilyramosragasa_32010476, 21ST Century Mathematics IV, Mathematics for better life, pages 226 -
228.
1. Teacher's Guide pages

2. Learner's materials pages Real objects, PPT and cut-out pictures


3. Textbook pages
4.Additional Materials from
learning resources(LR)portal
IV.PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Have a review on area of a parallelogram. Have a review the dimension of a triangle.
lesson or presenting the Provide cut-outs to the pupils. What are the parts of the triangle?
new lesson How many sides do a parallelogram have?

B. Establishing a purpose Show cut-outs of a parallelogram and a Show cut-outs of a parallelogram and a triangle. Lead
rectangle. the learners to discover the relationship of the area of
for the lesson What are the similarities and differences? a triangle to that of the parallelogram.

C. Presenting With use pair of scissors, demonstrate how a Our barangay fiesta here in Cebu is getting near isn’t
examples/Instances of parallelogram can be transformed into a class? Since our fiesta is getting near. Tides bought a
the new lesson rectangle. piece of colored paper 10 decimeter long and 6
decimeter wide. He cut diagonally to make 2 pieces of
pennants for the fiesta parade. What is the area of its
piece?

Group the pupil 5 then each group must have one


long bond paper. Ask the group to fold the paper
diagonally.

D. Discussing new concepts The teacher introduce the parts ( base and (Discussion of the problem). Each group will show
and practicing new skills # height ). their solution and discuss their answer. The teacher
1 What part of the rectangle corresponds to the will give follow up discussion after each group have
base of the parallelogram? discussed.
What part corresponds to the height?
(Let the learners explain their answer?

E. Discussing new concepts The formula in finding the area of the The formula in finding the area of the triangle is:
and practicing new skills #2 parallelogram is:
Explain how the formula for finding the area of A = ½ x (bxh) or A = bxh /2
a parallelogram is derived. The teacher will discuss that the area of a triangle is
one half times the product of the base and the height.

Find the area of a parallelogram. Solve the area of the triangle in centimeter
1. 2. A = 112.5 cm2
F. Developing mastery
h = 50 mm
(Leads to formative 8cm
assessment 3) ?
b = 2cm
6 cm 12.5cm
G. Finding practical Solve the following problems. Find the area of the following.
applications of concepts 1. Find the area of a triangle with base of 15 cm and
1. The base of a certain parallelogram is 18 the height of 4cm.
and skills in daily living cm, and its height is 12 cm. What is its 2. Find the area of a right triangle with base 6 meters
area? and the height 9 meters.
2. The area of the parallelogram is 158.4cm2. 3. The altitude of a right triangle is twice the base. If
the area is 49 cm2. What are the dimensions and
Its base is 13.2 cm. Find the height?
the perimeter of the triangle?

H. Making generalizations Let the learners use a model to show how to Let the learners use the model to show how to derived
and abstractions about derived the formula of a parallelogram. (Let the formula of a triangle. (Let them explain)
the lesson them explain)

I. Evaluating learning Find the area of a parallelogram. Complete the table. Use the formula for the area of a
A. The area of a parallelogram is 507.cm2 . Its triangle.
height is three times its base. Find the height Triangle Base (b) Height (h) Area (A)
and base. 1 14cm 20cm ?
2 12dm 18dm ?
3 ? 14cm 84cm2
4 16mm ? 152mm2
5 ? 21cm 241.5cm2
J. Additional activities for Complete the table. Solve for missing in the figures.
application or
remediation Parallelogram Base Height Area 1. A = ?

1 7.1cm 5.3 cm ?

2 19 dm 285 dm2 h = 6.5 cm

3 12.8cm 222.72cm2 b = 3.2 cm

1. A= 110.5 dm2

h=?

b = 13 dm
V. REMARKS
Prepared by:
Class B – Group 5 – (Statistics)
Regional Trainers Training on Critical Thinking in Mathematics Grade 4

Members:
Neil Jay G. Roda - Pagadian Division
Annaly S. Apat - Pagadian Division
Arnel B. Diana - Pagadian Division
Ramil P. Villareal - Pagadian Division
Edgar E. Bagalanon - Dipolog Division
Berlin E. Sumile - Dipolog Division
Jeffrey Buhisan - Dipolog Division
Emnel A. Calibo - Dipolog Division
Junryl Dalagan - Dipolog Division
Ian Dael - Dipolog Division
Hazel Agnes P. Jumamil - Pagadian Division