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# DETAILED LESSON

PLAN
IN
STATISTICS

Prepared by:

## Nailem D. Atab Mutia

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in
Mathematics

## January 22, 2019

I. Objective

At the end of 45 minutes at least 95% of the students should be able to:

## 1. Illustrate the measure of central tendency: (M7SP-IVd-e-1)

a. mean
b. median
c. mode
2. Calculates the measures of central tendency (mean, median and
mode) of ungrouped data. (M7SP-IVf-g-1)
3. develop the patience in solving for the measure of central tendency.

## II. Subject Matter: Measures of Central Tendency for Ungrouped Data

Topic : Mean, median and mode
Reference : 1. Emath 7 (K to 12)
by: Orlando A. Oronce and Marily O. Mendoza
pages: 513-519

## 2. Statistic: Basic Concept and Applications

by: Rolano S. Zorilla,Beda H. Esller, Fe G. Partible,
Violeta C. Mendoza and Milna Cabrera
pages: 38 – 46

## III. Materials: Visual aid, chalk, blackboard and erase

IV. Procedure:

Learning Activities

## Teacher Activities Student Activities

a. Preparatory Activities
Good morning class. Good morning Ma’am.
May I request John to lead
the opening prayer. Okay Ma’am. Let’s pray.

and pick up the pieces of paper
You may take your seat and don’t
Forget to put your cellphone into
silent mode. Thank you Ma’am.

b. Review
Last meeting, we discussed about the
Four Level of Measurement and these are
nominal, ordinal, interval
and ratio.
Who wants to volunteer to give
the meaning and example of a
nominal measurement? Ma’am. Nominal measurement
is identifies names or categories.
Eg: Shoes can be categorized
based on type (sports, casual,
others), color (black, brown,
others), gender and status.
Very good Merry Ann.

## Who wants to volunteer to give .

the meaning and example of the Ma’am.
ordinal measurement? Ordinal measurement classified
into categories, but these
categories are rank-ordered.
Eg: Ordering between the classes
like upper class > middle class >
lower class or first honor-
second honor-third honor-
fourth honor-fifth honor.
Very good.

## Interval measurement the

distance between the
attributes. “Interval” itself
means “space in between.
Eg: Temperature of 100
degrees Celsius and 90
degrees Celsius is the same
difference as between 90
degrees Celsius and 80
degrees Celsius.

## Ratio measurement have all

of the characteristics
of nominal, ordinal and
interval, but also have
a meaningful zero point. E.g: allowance
of a person. It has a real zero point,
i.e. zero allowance means that the
person has no allowance
and scores
c. Motivation
This morning I would like
Ma’am. Ann, Maria
Who was burned on January? Ma’am. John, Jp.
How about on February? August, Ma’am.

STUDENT BIRTHDAY
MONTHS STUDENTS
January 2
February 5
March 4
April 3
May 7
June 5
July 1
August 2
September 6
October 1
November 1
December 3

## d. Presentation of the Lesson

Now class let us proceed
to our topic which is measure of
central tendency.

## Who has any idea about the I don’t have Ma’am.

measure of central tendency?

## Measure of Central Tendency

are the arithmetic mean, the
median and the mode and it
compares one data to the entire
data set.
Yes Ma’am.
Did you understand class?
Who can give the meaning of Ma’am. Mean is commonly
mean? called average.
Very good.

## Mean is commonly called the

average and commonly used
for measure of central tendency.
Ma’am. Median is the center or the
Who have any idea about median? middle most observation
that’s divided the data. Arrange in
either ascending or descending
order into, halve.
Okay, thank you.

## Who wants to volunteer to give Ma’am. Mode is the number in a

the meaning of mode? set that appears most frequently
and the simplest measure of
central tendency.
Okay, thank you.
NOTE: MEDIAN FORMULA

𝐍+𝟏
( )th = If n is EVEN
𝟐
𝐍
( )th = If n is ODD
𝟐

## Class, let’s consider the first

example using the motivation of
mean, median and mode.

STUDENT BIRTHDAY
MONTH STUDENTS
January 2
February 5
March 4
April 3
May 7
June 5
July 1
August 2
September 6
October 1
November 1
December 3
To solve the mean for
the ungrouped data is to find the sum
of all data values then divided by the
total frequency.

Example:
1. Find the mean of the set value of
student birthday.
Solution:

=𝟐+𝟓+𝟒+𝟑+𝟕+𝟓+𝟏+𝟐+𝟔+𝟏+𝟏+𝟑
̅
𝒙 𝟏𝟐
𝟒𝟎
=
𝟏𝟐
̅ = 3.33
𝒙

## To find the value of the median,

we arrange the observation
ether ascending or descending
order.

## 2. Find the middle term?

1,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,5,5,6,7
Solution:
𝐍
̃= ( )th
𝒙
𝟐
𝟏𝟐
=
𝟐

## ̃ = 6th (The 6th term is

𝒙
3 because if you arrange the
number ether descending
or ascending order and start
counting you will find out that 3
is the number pointing.)
To find the mode just simply
look for the value appears
most frequently.

## 3. Find the mode of the set below:

1,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,5,5,6,7
Solution:

## 𝑥̂=1 (The mode is 1 because

1 is the number
appear most frequently.)

Group Activities:
Group your selves into 3 of
5 members, then you will answer the
following questions by raising
the illustration board that is
given to you. Moreover, the questions

## 1. Find the mean of the following:

MEAN

a. 1, 2, 1, 1
a. 1
b. 6, 1, 2, 3, 5 ,7
b. 4
c. 2, 1, 3, 7,2
c. 5

## 2. Find the median of the following:

MEDIAN

a. 5, 4, 1, 2, 3, 3, 14, 6
a. 4
b. 10, 12, 11, 2, 5
b. 3
c. 6, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8
c. 5

## 3. Find the mode of the following:

MODE
a. 5, 4, 1, 2, 3, 3
a. 3
b. 6, 1, 2, 3
b. Mode does not exist
c. 2, 1, 3, 1
c. 1

𝟏
𝟐

1. Find the mean, median and mode of the given ungrouped data.

2,2,5,4,6 and 10

f. Assignment

## 1. Find the mean, median and mode of the following:

Filipino 79
Mathematics 80
English 81
Science 75
Computer 80
MEAN MEAN
Average is the mean one; Average is the mean one;
It make you go to work. It make you go to work.
Then divided it by how many. Then divided it by how many.
MEDIAN MEDIAN
Median, median, play on a fiddle Median, median, play on a fiddle
Slash off the sides and I’am right in the Slash off the sides and I’am right in the
middle middle
Unless there is two, then you know what to Unless there is two, then you know what to
do. do.
Add them together; divided them by two. Add them together; divided them by two.
MODE MODE
Mode is the most one Mode is the most one
More than one or none More than one or none
MEAN MEAN
Average is the mean one; Average is the mean one;
It make you go to work. It make you go to work.
Then divided it by how many. Then divided it by how many.
MEDIAN MEDIAN
Median, median, play on a fiddle Median, median, play on a fiddle
Slash off the sides and I’am right in the Slash off the sides and I’am right in the
middle middle
Unless there is two, then you know what to Unless there is two, then you know what to
do. do.
Add them together; divided them by two. Add them together; divided them by two.
MODE MODE
Mode is the most one Mode is the most one
More than one or none More than one or none
MEAN MEAN
Average is the mean one; Average is the mean one;
It make you go to work. It make you go to work.