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# Department of Education

## Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula

Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## LIST OF PREPARED LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MAT

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

## Grade 10 Mathematics (First Quarter)

1. Generate patterns.

## 6. Differentiates a geometric sequence from an arithmetic sequence.

7. Differentiates a finite geometric sequence from an infinite geometric
sequence.
8. Determines geometric means and nth term of a geometric sequence.

9. Finds the sum of the terms of a given finite or infinite geometric sequence.

## 11. Solves problems involving sequences.

12. Performs division of polynomials using long division & synthetic division.

## 18. Solves problems involving polynomials and polynomial equations.

Grade 10 Mathematics (Second Quarter)
19. Illustrates polynomial functions.

## 21. Solves problems involving polynomial functions.

22. Derives inductively the relations among chords, arcs, central angles, and
inscribed angles.

23. Proves theorems related to chords, arcs, central angles, and inscribed
angles.

## 26. Solves problems on circles.

27. Derives the distance formula.

## 29. Illustrates the center-radius form of the equation of a circle.

30. Determines the center and radius of a circle given its equation and vice
versa.

31. Graphs a circle and other geometric figures on the coordinate plane.

## 32. Solves problems involving geometric figures on the coordinate plane.

Grade 10 Mathematics (Third Quarter)
33. Illustrates the permutation of objects.

34. Derives the formula for finding the number of permutations of n objects
taken r at a time.

## 37. Differentiates permutation from combination of n objects taken r at a

time.

38. Derives the formula for finding the number of combinations of n objects
taken r at a time.

## 44. Solves problems involving probability.

Grade 10 Mathematics (Fourth Quarter)
45. Illustrates the following measures of position: quartiles, deciles and
percentiles.

of data.

## 50. Uses appropriate measures of position and other statistical methods in

analyzing and interpreting research data.

Prepared by:

REYGIE L. FABRIGA
Subject Teacher
Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## ZED / INDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN MATHEMATICS 10

LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Grade 10 Mathematics (First Quarter)
Pictures, Cut-outs of Check and Cross marks, pen and paper

## 25 pieces of empty cans or coins or blocks, chalk-board, pen and paper

Practice exercises

Practice exercises

Practice exercises

Practice exercises

Activity sheets

Activity Sheets

Activity Sheets

Activity Sheets

Activity Sheets

Activity Sheets

## pictures, pen and paper

Grade 10 Mathematics (Second Quarter)
tables, paper and pen

## pictures, compass, ruler, pen and paper

picture, map, pen and paper

## Illustrations, Flash cards

Grade 10 Mathematics (Third Quarter)
pictures, chalk board, pen and paper

## pictures, bottle caps, chalk-board, pen and paper

Grade 10 Mathematics (Fourth Quarter)

## pictures, tables, charts, chalk-board, pen and paper

Activity sheets

Activity sheets

Activity sheets

Inspected by:

ELLEN L. SOBRETODO
School Head
Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## LIST OF PREPARED LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIA

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

## Grade 11 General Mathematics (First Quarter)

1. Represents real-life situations using functions, including piece-wise
functions.
2. Evaluates a function.
3. Performs addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and composition of
functions.
4. Solves problems involving functions.

## 7. Solves rational equations and inequalities.

8. Represents a rational function through its: (a) table of values, (b) graph,
and (c) equation.
9. Finds the domain and range of a rational function.

## 14. Determines the inverse of a one-to-one function.

15. Represents an inverse function through its: (a) table of values, and (b)
graph.
16. Finds the domain and range of an inverse function.

## 19. Represents real-life situations using exponential functions.

20. Distinguishes between exponential function, exponential equation, and
exponential inequality.
21. Solves exponential equations and inequalities.

22. Represents an exponential function through its: (a) table of values, (b)
graph, and (c) equation.

## 23. Finds the domain and range of an exponential function.

24. Determines the intercepts, zeroes, and asymptotes of an exponential
function.
25. Graphs exponential functions.
26. Solves problems involving exponential functions, equations, and
inequalities.
27. Represents real-life situations using logarithmic functions.

inequality.

## 30. Solves logarithmic equations and inequalities.

31. Represents a logarithmic function through its: (a) table of values, (b)
graph, and (c) equation.
32. Finds the domain and range of a logarithmic function.
33. Determines the intercepts, zeroes, and asymptotes of logarithmic
functions.
34. Graphs logarithmic functions.
35. Solves problems involving logarithmic functions, equations, and
inequalities.
Grade 11 General Mathematics (Second Quarte
36. Illustrates simple and compound interests.

## 37. Distinguishes between simple and compound interests.

38. Computes interest, maturity value, future value, and present value in
simple interest and compound interest environment.

## 41. Distinguishes between simple and general annuities.

42. Finds the future value and present value of both simple annuities and
general annuities.
43. Calculates the fair market value of a cash flow stream that includes an
annuity.
44. Calculates the present value and period of deferral of a deferred annuity.

## 47. Describes the different markets for stocks and bonds.

48. Analyzes the different market indices for stocks and bonds.

## 50. Illustrates business and consumer loans.

51. Distinguishes between business and consumer loans..
52. Solves problems involving business and consumer loans (amortization,
mortgage).
53. Illustrates a proposition.

## 58. Illustrates the different forms of conditional propositions.

59. Illustrates different types of tautologies and fallacies.

## 60. Determines the validity of categorical syllogisms.

61. Establishes the validity and falsity of real-life arguments using logical
propositions, syllogisms, and fallacies.
62. Illustrates the different methods of proof (direct and indirect) and disproof
(indirect and by counterexample).
63. Justifies mathematical and real-life statements using the different
methods of proof and disproof.

Prepared by:

REYGIE L. FABRIGA
Subject Teacher
Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## / INDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN GENERAL MATHEMATICS

LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Grade 11 General Mathematics (First Quarter)
slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## rade 11 General Mathematics (Second Quarter)

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

Inspected by:

ELLEN L. SOBRETODO
School Head
Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## LIST OF PREPARED LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

## Grade 11 Statistics and Probability (Third Quarte

1. Illustrates a random variable (discrete and continuous).

## 3. Finds the possible values of a random variable.

4. Illustrates a probability distribution for a discrete random variable and its
properties.
5. Constructs the probability mass function of a discrete random variable and
its corresponding histogram.
6. Computes probabilities corresponding to a given random variable.

## 12. Constructs a normal curve.

13. Identifies regions under the normal curve corresponding to different
standard normal values.
14. Computes probabilities and percentiles using the standard normal table.
15. Converts a normal random variable to a standard normal variable and vice
versa
16. Illustrates random sampling.

## 18. Identifies sampling distributions of statistics (sample mean).

19. Finds the mean and variance of the sampling distribution of the sample
mean.
20. Defines the sampling distribution of the sample mean for normal
population when the variance is: (a) known (b) unknown
21. Illustrates the Central Limit Theorem.

22. Defines the sampling distribution of the sample mean using the Central
Limit Theorem.

## 25. Distinguishes between point and interval estimation.

26. Identifies point estimator for the population mean.

## 27. Computes for the point estimate of the population mean.

28. Identifies the appropriate form of the confidence interval estimator for the
population mean when: (a) the population variance is known, (b) the
population variance is unknown, and (c) the Central Limit Theorem is to
be used.

## 30. Constructs a t-distribution.

31. Identifies regions under the t-distribution corresponding to different t-
values.
32. Identifies percentiles using the t-table.
33. Computes for the confidence interval estimate based on the appropriate
form of the estimator for the population mean.
34. Solves problems involving confidence interval estimation of the population
mean.
35. Draws conclusion about the population mean based on its confidence
interval estimate.
36. Identifies point estimator for the population proportion.

## 37. Computes for the point estimate of the population proportion.

38. Identifies the appropriate form of the confidence interval estimator for the
population proportion based on the Central Limit Theorem.

## 39. Computes for the confidence interval estimate of the population

proportion.
40. Solves problems involving confidence interval estimation of the population
proportion.
41. Draws conclusion about the population proportion based on its
confidence interval estimate.
42. Identifies the length of a confidence interval.

## 43. Computes for the length of the confidence interval.

44. Computes for an appropriate sample size using the length of the interval.

## 45. Solves problems involving sample size determination.

Grade 11 Statistics and Probability (Fourth Quart
46. Illustrates: (a) null hypothesis (b) alternative hypothesis (c) level of
significance (d) rejection region; and (e) types of errors in hypothesis testing.
47. Calculates the probabilities of committing a Type I and Type II error.

## 48. Identifies the parameter to be tested given a real-life problem.

49. Formulates the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses on a population
mean.

50. Identifies the appropriate form of the test-statistic when the population
variance is assumed to be known; the population variance is assumed to be
unknown; and the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.

51. Identifies the appropriate rejection region for a given level of significance
when the population variance is assumed to be known; the population variance
is assumed to be unknown; and the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.

## 52. Computes for the test-statistic value (population mean).

53. Draws conclusion about the population mean based on the test-statistic
value and the rejection region.
54. Solves problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean.
55. Formulates the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses on a population
proportion.
56. Identifies the appropriate form of the test-statistic when the Central Limit
Theorem is to be used.
57. Identifies the appropriate rejection region for a given level of significance
when the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.
58. Computes for the test-statistic value (population proportion).
59. Draws conclusion about the population proportion based on the test-
statistic value and the rejection region.
60. Illustrates business and consumer loans.

## 64. Constructs a scatter plot.

65. Describes shape (form), trend (direction), and variation (strength) based on
a scatter plot.
66. Estimates strength of association between the variables based on a scatter
plot.
67. Calculates the Pearson’s sample correlation coefficient.

## 71. Calculates the slope and y-intercept of the regression line.

72. Interprets the calculated slope and y-intercept of the regression line.
73. Predicts the value of the dependent variable given the value of the
independent variable.
74. Solves problems involving regression analysis.

Prepared by:

REYGIE L. FABRIGA
Subject Teacher
Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - LOWER TIPARAK ANNEX
School ID: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019

## NDIGENIZED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY

LOCALIZED / INDIGENIZED

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
ade 11 Statistics and Probability (Third Quarter)
slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

ade 11 Statistics and Probability (Fourth Quarter)
slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

## slide decks, worksheets, charts, tables, paper, pen and chalkboard

Inspected by:

ELLEN L. SOBRETODO
School Head
Republic of the P
DEPARTMENT OF
Region IX, Zamboan
Division of Zamboa
TNHS - Lower Tip
Lower Tiparak, Tambulig, Z
School I.D.:
S.Y. 2018 - 2019, Sec

## BUDGET OF WORK FOR GRADE 11

CONTENT
CONTENT
STANDARDS
Grade 11, SECOND SEMESTE

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis
The learner
demonstrates
understanding of
Tests of Hypothesis
key
concepts of tests of
Tests of Hypothesis hypotheses on the
population mean
Tests of Hypothesis and
population
Tests of Hypothesis proportion.

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

Tests of Hypothesis

## Correlation and Regression Analyses

Correlation and Regression Analyses
The learner
demonstrates
Correlation and Regression Analyses
understanding of
Correlation and Regression Analyses key
concepts of
Correlation and Regression Analyses correlation and
regression
Correlation and Regression Analyses
analyses.
Correlation and Regression Analyses

## Correlation and Regression Analyses

Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
Division of Zamboanga del Sur
TNHS - Lower Tiparak Annex
Lower Tiparak, Tambulig, Zamboanga del Sur
School I.D.: 314231
S.Y. 2018 - 2019, Second Semester

## WORK FOR GRADE 11 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY

NUMBER
LEARNING COMPETENCY CODE OF DAYS
TEACHING DATES

## Grade 11, SECOND SEMESTER, FOURTH QUARTER

46. Illustrates: (a) null hypothesis (b) alternative hypothesis (c) level of
significance (d) rejection region; and (e) types of errors in hypothesis testing.
M11/12SP-IVa-1 1 Jan. 14, 2019

47. Calculates the probabilities of committing a Type I and Type II error. M11/12SP-IVa-2 2 Jan. 15-16, 2019

48. Identifies the parameter to be tested given a real-life problem. M11/12SP-IVa-3 2 Jan. 17-18, 2019

## 49. Formulates the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses on a population

mean.
M11/12SP-IVb-1 3 Jan. 21-23, 2019

50. Identifies the appropriate form of the test-statistic when the population
variance is assumed to be known; the population variance is assumed to be M11/12SP-IVb-2 2 Jan. 24-25, 2019
unknown; and the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.

51. Identifies the appropriate rejection region for a given level of significance
when the population variance is assumed to be known; the population variance M11/12SP-IVc-1 3 Jan. 28-30, 2019
is assumed to be unknown; and the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.

52. Computes for the test-statistic value (population mean). M11/12SP-IVd-1 2 Feb. 1, 4, 2019

53. Draws conclusion about the population mean based on the test-statistic
value and the rejection region.
M11/12SP-IVd-2 3 Feb. 6-8, 2019

54. Solves problems involving test of hypothesis on the population mean. M11/12SP-IVe-1 2 Feb. 11-12, 2019

## 55. Formulates the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses on a population

proportion.
M11/12SP-IVe-2 1 Feb. 13, 2019

56. Identifies the appropriate form of the test-statistic when the Central Limit
Theorem is to be used.
M11/12SP-IVe-3 1 Feb. 14, 2019

57. Identifies the appropriate rejection region for a given level of significance
when the Central Limit Theorem is to be used.
M11/12SP-IVe-4 1 Feb. 15, 2019

58. Computes for the test-statistic value (population proportion). M11/12SP-IVf-1 1 Feb. 18, 2019

59. Draws conclusion about the population proportion based on the test-
statistic value and the rejection region.
M11/12SP-IVf-2 1 Feb. 19, 2019

60. Illustrates business and consumer loans. M11/12SP-IVf-3 1 Feb. 20, 2019

61. Distinguishes between business and consumer loans.. M11/12SP-IVf-4 1 Feb. 21, 2019

62. Solves problems involving test of hypothesis on the population proportion. M11/12SP-IVf-g-1 1 Feb. 22, 2019

63. Illustrates the nature of bivariate data. M11/12SP-IVg-2 1 Feb. 26, 2019

## 64. Constructs a scatter plot. M11/12SP-IVg-3 1 Feb. 27, 2019

65. Describes shape (form), trend (direction), and variation (strength) based on
a scatter plot.
M11/12SP-IVg-4 1 Feb. 28, 2019
66. Estimates strength of association between the variables based on a scatter
plot.
M11/12SP-IVh-1 1 Mar. 1, 2019

67. Calculates the Pearson’s sample correlation coefficient. M11/12SP-IVh-2 1 Mar. 4, 2019

## 68. Solves problems involving correlation analysis. M11/12SP-IVh-3 1 Mar. 5, 2019

69. Identifies the independent and dependent variables. M11/12SP-IVi-1 1 Mar. 6, 2019

70. Draws the best-fit line on a scatter plot. M11/12SP-IVi-2 1 Mar. 7, 2019

71. Calculates the slope and y-intercept of the regression line. M11/12SP-IVi-3 1 Mar. 8, 2019

72. Interprets the calculated slope and y-intercept of the regression line. M11/12SP-IVi-4 1 Mar. 11, 2019

73. Predicts the value of the dependent variable given the value of the
independent variable.
M11/12SP-IVj-1 1 Mar. 12, 2019

74. Solves problems involving regression analysis. M11/12SP-IVj-2 1 Mar. 13, 2019

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