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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Math 5 I.              Objective: At the end of the period, the pupils should be able to: A.   Identify kinds of triangles; B.   Measure…

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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Math 5 I.              Objective: At the end of the period, the pupils should be able to: A.   Identify kinds of triangles; B.   Measure sides and angles of a triangle; and C.   Display cooperativeness during group activity II.            Learning Content: A.   Topic: Kinds of Triangles A.   Reference: Gatbagan, Erlinda E. et al. Maths for Meaningful Lives. Book crafts Publishiing Co. IncMotiva. 2003. Pg. 261-265 B.   Materials: cut-outs of triangles, ruler, protractor C.   Values: cooperativeness III.           Learning Experiences: Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity A.   Preparatory Activities 1.    Drill       Identify the geometric figures on the illustrations. 1.      a.    Line b.    Line segment c.    Ray d.    Angle       .   2.      a.    Line b.    Line segment c.    Angle d.    Point 3.      a.    Perpendicular lines b.    Line segment c.    Point d.    Ray 4.    a.    Intersecting lines b.    Perpendicular lines c.    Parallel lines d.    Rays 5.      a.    Point b.    Line c.    Ray d.    Line segment Study the figure below.            Name all the points          Name all the lines          Name some line segments 2.    Review Classify the angles using the table below. (insert figures of different angles) Acute right obtuse straight reflex   B.  Developmental Activities 1.    Motivation “Triangle Hunt” I have a friend named Mr. T. He is looking for his relatives. Will you help him find his relatives in the amusement park? His relatives has the same shape as his. What is his shape? What does a triangle look like? How many sides/angles do triangles have? Can you find Mr. T’s relatives? What can you say about the sizes/measurements of the triangles posted on the board? Then, it only means there are different kinds of triangles 2.    Presentation and Discussion of the Lesson. a.    Triangles according to sides I have here 3 straws. Will you measure these straws? Connect it to form a triangle. Now. What can you say about the sides of this triangle? Triangles like this one are called equilateral triangle. Based from the example, what is equilateral triangle? I have here 3 straws again (2 straws have equal length) Will you measure these straws? Connect it to form a triangle. What can you say about this triangle? Triangles like this one is called isosceles triangle. Based from the example, what is isosceles triangle? I have here another set of straw (with different lengths) Will you measure it? Connect it to form a triangle. What can you say about the sides of this triangle? Triangles like this are called scalene triangle. What are scalene triangles? b.    Triangles according to angle. (The teacher will give triangles to the class) Measure accurately the angle of your  triangles. Write down the measurements of the angles so that you won’t forget it. Who holds triangle  with an obtuse angle? This triangle is called obtuse angle. Based on its angle, what are obtuse triangle? Who holds triangle with a right angle? This triangle is called right triangle. What are right triangles? Who holds triangles with all angles acute? This triangles are called acute triangle. What are acute triangles? 3.    Fixing Skills Identifythe tringles according to their sides. 1. 2. 3.      4.      5.      6.      4.    Generalization What are the kinds of triangles according to their sides? What are they? What are the kinds of triangles according to their angles? 5.    Application For groups 1 and 2: Draw the following: 1.    Equilateral  triangle 2.    Isosceles triangle 3.    Scalene  triangle 4.     Acute  triangle 5.    Right  triangle 6.    Obtuse triangle For groups 3 and 4: Identify the following. ___1. This triangle has 3 equal sides. ___2. This triangle has two equal sides. ___3. This triangle has no equal sides ___4. This is a triangle with all angles acute. ___5. This is a triangle with right angle. ___6. This triangle has obtuse angle. For groups 5 and 6: Identify the illustrations of triangles. d.angle d.point d.ray a.parallel lines b.line Points : A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I Lines: EF, BG, ID Line segments: HC, CE, EH Yes, we will. Triangle It has 3 sides and 3 angles Yes we can. They are different in size and measurements They have the same length Equilateral Triangles are triangles with equal sides. Two of this has equal length Isosceles are triangles with 2 equal sides Scalene are triangles with no equal sides Obtuse triangles are triangles with an obtuse angle. They are triangles with right angle. They are triangles with acute angle. 1. equilateral triangle 2. isosceles triangle 3. scalene triangle 4.obtuse triangle 5.right triangle 6.acute triangle The kinds of triangles according to each sides are scalene, equilateral and isosceles. Scalene has no equal sides. Isosceles has two equal sides Equilateral has equal sides The kinds of triangles according to its angles are acute, right and obtuse triangles. Acute has 3 acute angles Right has one right angles Obtuse has one obtuse angle 1.equilateral triangle 2.isosceles triangle 3.scalene triangle 4. acute triangle 5.right triangle 6.obtuse triangle 1.equilateral triangle 2.isosceles triangle 3.scalene triangle 4.acute triangle 5.right triangle 6.obtuse triangle IV.          Evaluation: Choose the letter of the correct answer. 1.    What kind of triangle has three equal sides? a.    Isosceles b.    Scalene c.    Equilateral d.    Right 2.    Triangle with one obtuse angle is called __________. a.    Obtuse triangle b.    Right triangle c.    Equilateral triangle d.    Right triangle 3.    What kind of triangle is shown? a.    Right triangle b.    Obtuse triangle c.    Acute triangle d.    Scalene triangle 4.    It is a triangle with no equal sides. a.    Acute triangle b.    Scalene triangle c.    Isosceles triangle d.    Right triangle 5.    What do you call a triangle with an obtuse angle? a.    Right triangle b.    Obtuse triangle c.    Equilateral triangle d.    Acute triangle V.           Assignment: Draw the following on bond paper. 1.    Isosceles right triangle 2.    Isosceles obtuse triangle 3.    Scalene right triangle 4.    Scalene acute triangle Lesson Plan: Science for Grade 5 I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: a. Identify the members of the Solar System b. Classify planets into 2 major groups: Jovian and Terrestrial planets c. Mention ways on taking care of the planet Earth II. Subject Matter Topic: The Solar System Reference: Science for Daily Life, Textbook in Science 5, Tan, Conchita, 2002 pp. 248-255 Materials: graphic organizers, pictures, television Value Focus: Taking care of the planet Earth III. Procedure A. Preparation 1. Motivation- Mini Game(Boys vs Girls): Boys and girls will compete to solve picture puzzles. The pictures are related to the outer space, space exploration, etc. After the game, present the pictures and ask: Can you identify these pictures? What do these pictures show? B. Presentation 1. Activity a. Film Showing: Let the pupils watch a short film about the Solar System. Encourage note-taking while watching the film. b. Group Activity: Divide the class into 3 groups. Have the groups discuss about the film and let them answer a guide question designated to them. They will present their answers using graphic organizers. Group 1: What are the members of the Solar System? Group 2: What are the planets revolving around the Sun? Group 3: What are the two groups of planets? A group representative must present their answers to the whole class. 2. Analysis a. Show a data retrieval chart of the basic information about the planets. Let the pupils analyze the chart and ask the following: 1. What is the planet closest to the Sun? The farthest from the Sun? 2. What is the smallest planet? The largest planet? 3. Why does the Jupiter have more moons while Venus and Mercury have no moons at all? 4. Why is there a negative sign on the revolution of Venus? 3. Abstraction and Comparison Let the pupils fill in the Venn Diagram Ask: What does the Venn Diagram imply? 4. Application Give each group a copy of the crossword puzzle. They must compete each other to answer the puzzle first. C. Generalization Wrap up the lesson by having the pupils answer the following questions: 1. What are the members of the Solar System? 2. What is the center of the Solar System? 3. What are the 8 planets of the Solar System? 4. What are the two groups of planets? Valuing: Ask: If given the chance, which planet will you like to live? Why? Can other planets sustain life aside from Earth? Explain the importance of planet Earth as our home planet. Let them mention ways of taking care of the Earth by completing the sentence: I can help taking care of our planet by ________________. IV. Evaluation Draw a smiley if the statement is correct and a sad face if it is wrong. 1. The Sun is the center of the Solar System. 2. The Earth is our home planet. 3. The largest planet is Saturn. 4. Jovian planets are also called inner planets. 5. The Earth is the third planet from the Sun. V. Agreement Draw the Solar System in a long sized bond paper. Pass this next meeting. AYAW KAW MAGTANGIS  The man is requesting the woman to stop crying because it also breaks his heart. Ayaw kaw magtangis  Kaugun in luha mo  Pahiri sin panyu'  Supaya makawa  Misan kaw mangasubu  Bukun da dusa ko  Dusa sin baran mo  Binin mo ako.  Timpu nakauna  Pialangga' mo ako  Buling ha bayhu' ko  Taptap piahiran mo  Misan ako natug  Yahabulan mo ako  Mabuga' kaw dalling  Matay ako.