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# Instructional Planning

(The process of systematically planning, developing, evaluating and managing the instructional
process by using principles of teaching and learning - D.O. 42, s. 2016)

## Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP) Format

Learning Area:
DLP No.: Grade Level: Quarter: Duration:
1 MATHEMATICS 7 FOURTH 60
Learning Competency/ies: Code:
(Taken from the Curriculum Guide) Explains the importance of Statistics. M7SP-IVa-1

## Demonstrates understanding of key concepts, uses and importance of Statistics,

Key Concepts / Understandings
to be Developed data collection/gathering and the different forms of data representation,
measures of central tendency, measures of variability, and probability.
Domain Dimensions (D.O. No. 8, s. 2015)
OBJECTIVES:
Knowledge Remembering
The fact or
condition of knowing
something with familiarity
gained through Understanding Explain the basic concepts, uses and importance of Statistics
experience or association

Applying
Skills
The
ability and capacity acquired
through deliberate, Analyzing
systematic, and sustained Outline the history of Statistics
effort to smoothly and
activities or the ability, Evaluating
coming from one's
knowledge, practice, aptitude,
etc., to do something
Creating

## 2. Content Importance of Statistics

3. Learning Resources Laptop, Projector, Strips of Paper, Chalk, Next Century Mathematics 7
and Mathematics 7 Learner's Material, CG and LM, Tape Measure
4. Procedures
4.1 Introductory Activity
Checking of attendance and assignment.
5 minutes
4.2 Activity Using a tape measure, each student will stretch out both arms and measure the
length from the tip of a middle finger to the tip of the other middle finger. Use the
10 minutes
centimeter (cm) unit of length. Round off measures to the nearest cm.
4.3 Analysis Do you think students in this class have different arm spans? How many in this
5 minutes class have the same arm spans? What is the common measure of arm spans?
4.4 Abstraction
After measuring each individual arm span, students will write their measures
individuall on the board. Can we get clear and precise information immediately
as we look at these numbers? How can we make these numbers meaningful for
anyone who does not know about the desciption of these numbers?
After measuring each individual arm span, students will write their measures
individuall on the board. Can we get clear and precise information immediately
10 minutes as we look at these numbers? How can we make these numbers meaningful for
anyone who does not know about the desciption of these numbers?
4.5 Application
Students will then be group into 5 to 8 members. Sort out the raw data and
present it in a way you think would be a good presentation. After 10 minues,
In our daily activities, we encounter a lot of sorting and organizing objects,
10 minutes data, or things like what you just did. These are just few of the activities of doing
Statistics.Using a powerpoint presentation, discussion will follow on the definition
of statistics, two major areas of statistics, history of statistics, application of
statistics and some statistical terms.

4.6 Assessment
A. Identify the statistical term described in each item.
1. Numerical information obtained from
counting or measuring that can be manipulated by any
fundamental operation.
2. Any estimate of variable taken from a
sample 3. The act of drawing conclusions from
the 4. A variable obtained by measuring
objects or its attributes
5. Part of population obtained through a
Tests defined process 6. Totality of all elements under
10 minutes
study
B. Tell whether each situation will make use of
descriptive or inferential statistics.
1. A teacher computes the mean score of her class in a
mathematics test to determine if the class mean is
significantly related to their scores in a science test.
2. A sari-sari store owner records the frequency of sales
of the five leading detergent soaps.

4.7 Assignment Outline the history of statistics and list down all the
Preparing for the new lesson
5 minutes application of statistics in our daily lives.
4.8 Concluding Activity In modern times, applications of statistical methods in the social sciences began
to increase. Statistics became essential in education, government, business,
5 minutes
economics, medicine, psychology, sociology, sports and others.
5.      Remarks

## 6.      Reflections 85% of the students actively participate the activities

A.  No. of learners who earned 80% in the C.   Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with
evaluation. the lesson.

B.   No. of learners who require additional D.  No. of learners who continue to require remediation.
activities for remediation.

## E.   Which of my learning strategies worked well?

Why did these work?

## F.   What difficulties did I encounter which my

principal or supervisor can help me solve?
G.  What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by:

Name: School:
ANALOU E. AVILA Dumanjug NHS
Position/
Designatio Division:
n: SST - III Cebu Province
Number: 9104812862 erananalou@gmail.com
Date:
JAN.23, 2018
Code:
M7SP-IVa-1

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