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# Classifying Sets Using Common Objects According to Size and Thickness

I. Learning Objectives Cognitive: Psychomotor: Affective: II. Learning Experiences Skills: Reference: Materials: Value: Classify sets using common objects according to size and thickness BEC-PELC I A 1.2.2 & 3 Real objects like ropes, wood blocks, curtain rods, slices of bread, cut outs, pictures Oderliness 1. Classify sets using common objects accoridng to size and thickness 2. Observe how sets are classified according to size and thickness Measure objects according to size and thickness Group objects in an orderly manner.

III. Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Pick out an object on the table. Have the pupils tell its color, shape and size. 2. Review Display cutouts of common objects. Let the pupils group the given objects according to color and shape. 3. Motivation Game: Group Me Group pupils into 3 Provide each group with 10 objects that differ in size (big and small) and thickness (thin and thick) Ask them to group the objects into two: thick and big; thin and small. Ask: Were you able to group the objects? (Y/N) How did you group them?

B. Developmental Activitivies 1. Presentation a. Present a big, thick boook together with a small, thin book Tell the pupils to observe them carefully Place the books side by side and have the pupils tell which one is big and thick; small and thin. Present a small and thin rod or stick together with a big and thick rod. Observe and compare as to size and thickness. Present a small and thin wood block together with a big and thic wood block. Observe and compare as to size and thickness. b. Ask: What objects did we use in comparing size and thickness? What did we do before we compare the objects? (observe) After observing, what else did we do? (put the objects side by side) What did we do with the objects? (we compared them) 2. Fixing Skills/Practices Study the two groups of objects.

Ask: - What are the objects in set A? In set B? - In what way are they the same? Different? - How were the objects grouped? - What can you say about the objects in set A? Set B? *Valuing: Talk about how the pupils group the objects. Ask: Were you able to group your objects correctly? What did you do? (We grouped them in an orderly manner.) How else can you show orderliness? 3. Generalization How did qwe group the objects?

We group the objects according to size and thickness. Objects can be classified according to size and thickness.

C. Application Group the following objects according to size and thickness by drawing them under the proper column or heading.

Big

Small

Thick

Thin

Long

Short

VI. Evaluation

B. Write the number of the objects which does not belong to the group.

C. Write the names of the Objects that should be together. block of wood papaya pad paper hadnkerchief V. Assignment Draw these objects. Group them into: Thick 1. Soap 2. Towel 3. Jacket 4. Book 5. Brush Thin shirt cake ruler sweater