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# CARMONA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Carmona, Cavite

## TOPIC PLANNER-G7 MATHEMATICS

S.Y. 2013-2014

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Topics/Content
s

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competency
Number

Objectives

Sets: An
introduction

Describe and
illustrate well
defined sets,
subsets, universal
and null set,
Use venn diagram to
represent sets and
subsets

Union and
Intersection of
sets

## Describe and define

union and
intersection
Perform the set
operations on union
and intersection of
sets
Use venn diagram to
represent the union
and intersection of

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Complement
of a set

Problem
solving
involving sets

Real Number
Fundamental
operations on
Integers

Properties on
operations of

sets
Describe and define
the complement of a
set
Find the
complement of a
given set

## Use venn diagram to

represent the
complement of a set
Solve word problems
involving sets with
the use of venn
diagram
Apply set operations
to solve variety of
word problems
Describe overview of
real number system
To peform
fundamental
operations on
integers
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
To state and
illustrate the

integers

Rational
number in the
number line

Forms of
rational
numbers

Properties of
the operation
on Rational
numbers
Principal roots
and irrational
numbers

different properties
of the operations on
integers
To define and
illustrate rational
numbers and
arrange them on a
number line
To perform
operations on
rational numbers
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
To illustrate
properties of rational
numbers
To describe the
principal roots and
tell whether they are
rational or irrational

The absolute
value of a
number

## To find the absolute

value of a number

Subsets of
real numbers

To describe,
represent and

## compare the diff.

Subsets of real nos.

Significant
digits and
scientific
notation

Word
problems
involving real
numbers

System of
Measurement

To determine
significant digit in a
given situation
To write very large
or small numbers in
scientific notation
To solve problems
involving real
numbers

1.Describe what it
means to measure
2. Illustrate the
development of
measurement from
primitive to the
present international
system of unit
3. estimate or

Measuring
Weight/Mass
and Volume

approximate length
4. Use appropriate
instruments to
measure length
5. Covert length
measurement from
one unit to another,
including the English
system
6. solve problems
involving length,
perimeter and area
1. Estimate or
approximate
measures of
weight/mass
and volume
2. Use
appropriate
instruments
to measure
weight/mass
and volume
3. Covert
weight/mass
and volume
measurement
s from one
unit to
another
including the
English

Measuring
Angles, Time
and
Temperature

system
4. Solve
problems
involving
weight/mass
and
volume/capaci
ty
1. Estimate or
approximate
measures of
angle, time
and
temperature
2. Use
appropriate
instruments
to measure
angles, time
and
temperature
3. Solve
problems
involving
time, speed,
temperature
and utilities
usage (meter

Carmona, Cavite

## TOPIC PLANNER-G7 MATHEMATICS

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Topics/Contents

Algebraic
Expressions
Translation of verbal
phrases to
mathematical
expressions and vice
versa
Evaluating algebraic
expression

Polynomials
Laws of exponent
Product rulepower rule

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competency
Number

Objectives

Define algebraic
expressions
Translate verbal
phrase into
algebraic
expression and vice
versa
Evaluate algebraic
expressions for
given values of the
variables
1.Illustrate the laws
of exponent and
their properties
2. identify the base,
coefficient and

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Power of a
product rule
Quotient rule
Power of a
quotient rule
Operations on
polynomials
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division

Special products
Product of two
binomials
Square of a
binomial
Product of the
sum and
difference of
two terms
Cube of
binomial

exponents

1. Define
polynomials,
constants,
variables and
coefficient
2. Define and
illustrate
monomial,
binomial,
trinomial
3. Perform
operations on
polynomials
1. Illustrate the
product of
two
binomials
2. Use the
product of
two
binomials to
solve
problems
3. Illustrate the
square of a
binomial
4. Use the

5.

6.

7.

8.

Introduction to
equations

1.

2.

square of a
binomial to
solve
problems
Illustrate the
product of
sum and
difference of
two terms
Use the
product of
the sum and
difference of
two terms to
solve
problems
Illustrate
cube of
binomial
Use the cube
of binomial to
solve
problems
Define
equations,
solutions and
identify
conditional
equations
and false
equations
Translate

English
sentences to
mathematica
l sentences
and vice
versa
Properties of
equality

## State and apply the

different properties
of equality

Solving equations
subtraction

Solve simple
equations by using
subtraction

Solving equations
using multiplication
and division

Solve simple
equations by using
multiplication and
division

Solving multi-step
equations

Word

Problems
Number
Age
Work
Uniform
motion
Mixture
investment
Geometry

Linear inequalities
and open sentences
in one variable

Solve simple
equations using a
combination of four
fundamental
operations

1. Use
equations to
solve word
problems
2. Analyze word
problems and
manipulate
equation

Solve inequalities
and graph their
solution sets

Absolute value in
open sentence

Solve linear
equalities and
inequalities
involving absolute
value

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## TOPIC PLANNER-G7 MATHEMATICS

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Topics/Conten
ts

Basic
concepts and
terms
Undefined
terms:
Point
Line
Plane
Angles

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Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

## Describe the idea of point,

line and plane
1. Illustrate the idea of
point, line and plane
2. Name the subsets of a
line
Segment
ray
1. define and illustrate
angles
2. name the parts of an
angle
3. determine the
measure of an angle

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

using a protractor
4. illustrate the different
kinds of angles
acute
right
obtuse

Polygons
Different
kinds of
polygon

Convex and
Non convex
polygon
Triangles

## 1. define and illustrate

different kinds of
polygons, according to
the number of sides
2. identify the parts of a
regular polygon
Differentiate convex from
non convex polygon
1.

2.

## Define and illustrate

triangles
its basic parts
its secondary parts
classify triangles
according to angles
and sides

## 1. define and illustrate

2. name the different

Circles

1. Define circle
2. Illustrate, name and
identify and define the
terms related to the
circle

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## TOPIC PLANNER-G7 MATHEMATICS

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Topics/Content
s
Statistics and
basic terms

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competency
Number

Objectives

terms:
Statistics
Population

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Sample
Data
Other related
terms

Sampling
Techniques

## Explain the different

sampling techniques

Collecting
Data

Collect statistical
data and organize
them in a table

Constructing
frequency
table

Construct frequency
distribution table

Presentation
of data

Bar graph
Line graph
Circle or pie

Analysis of
data

## Analyze data using

graphs and tables

Measure of
central
tendencies for

central tendency
using ungrouped

ungrouped
data

data

Measure of
central
tendencies for
grouped data

## Find the measure of

central tendency
using grouped data

Carmona, Cavite

## TOPIC PLANNER- MATHEMATICS III

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Topics/Contents

Undefined Terms
Point
Line
Segments
rays
Plane
Segments and rays

## Rays and angles

Measure of angles

Classification of angles

Polygons

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

1. Describe the
idea of point,
line and plane
2. Illustrate point,
line and planes
3. Define, identify
and name the
subset of a line
1. Define and
illustrate angles
2. Name the parts
of angles
Determine the
measure of an angle
using a protractor
Illustrate different
kinds of angles
Acute
Right
obtuse
1. illustrate
different kinds
of polygons
according to the
number of sides
identify

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

the parts
of a
regular
polygon
Convex and non convex
polygon

Differentiate convex
and non convex
polygons

Triangles

Illustrate

Classification of
triangles

triangle
its basic
parts
its
secondar
y parts
Classify triangles
according to:
angles
sides

## Define, name and

illustrate the different

## Sum of measures of the

interior angles of

## Determine the sum of

the measure of the

triangles
polygons

interior angles of
triangles
polygon

## Sum of measures of the

exterior angles of
triangles
polygons

## Determine the sum of

the measure of the
exterior angles of
triangles
polygons

Circles

## Name the terms

related to circle
diameter
chord
tangent
secant
inscribe angle
central angle

Measurement of Plane
and Solid Figures

Word Problems

1. perimeter of
triangle, square
and rectangles
and other
figures
2. circumference
of a circle
3. area of
triangles,
square,
parallelogram,
trapezoid and
circle
4. surface area of
cube, prism,
pyramid,
cylinder, cone
and sphere
5. volume of cube,
prism, pyramid,
cylinder, cone
and sphere
Solve problems
involving plane and
solid figures

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Topics/Contents

Betweeness and
Collinearity of points

Congruent segments
and midpoint of a
segment

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

Illustrate betweeness
and collinearity of
points

1. define
congruent
segments and
midpoint of a
segment

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

2. illustrate
congruent
segments and
midpoint of a
segment
3. form conclusion
upon identifying
midpoint of a
segment

Bisector of an angle

Perpendicularity

## Define, name and

illustrate bisector of
an angle

1. describe and
illustrate the
different kinds
of angle pairs
supplementary
complementary
congruent
linear pair
vertical angles
1. define
perpendicular
lines
2. identify right
angles formed

by
perpendicular
lines
3. illustrate
perpendicularity
Relations among the
sides and angles of a
triangle

Parallel lines

1. Identify/describ
e the relations
among sides
and angles of a
triangle
Exterior and
correspondin
g remote
interior
angles of a
triangle
Triangle
inequality
Define and illustrate
parallel lines

Transversals

## Define and illustrate

transversals

Angles formed by
parallel lines cut by
transversal

Describe/determine
the angles formed by
parallel lines cut by
transversal

Alternate
interior angles
Alternate
exterior angles
Corresponding
angles
Angles on the
same side of
transversal

Problems using
definitions and
properties involving
relationships between
segments and between
angles

## Solve Problems using

definitions and
properties involving
relationships between
segments and
between angles

Properties of
Congruence

## Illustrate and solve

problems involving
Reflexive
property
Symmetric
property
Transitive
property

Congruent triangles

Properties of
congruence

Triangle Congruence
SSS
SAS
ASA
SAA

1. Define and
illustrate
congruent
triangles
2. Name the
corresponding
parts of
congruent
triangles
1. Differentiate
included angle
and included
side
2. Use inductive
skills to prove
congruence
between
triangles
Apply deductive skills
to show congruence
between triangles
using:
SSS
SAS
ASA
SAA

## Side angle relations in

a triangle

Illustrate the
relationship of the
sides and angles in a
triangle
Congruent sides
in a triangle
imply that
angles opposite
them are
congruent
Congruent
angles in a
triangle imply
that the sides
opposite them
are congruent
Non congruent
sides in a
triangle imply
that the angles
opposite them
are not
congruent
Non congruent
angles in a
triangle imply
that the sides
opposite them
are not
congruent

Inequalities in a Triangle

## Name and determine

the
smallest angle
of a triangle
largest angle of
a triangle

Inequality in an
isosceles triangle

Prove inequality
properties in an
isosceles triangle

congruence

## Use the conditions for

triangle congruence to
prove:
congruent
segments
congruent
angles

Problems involving
segments and angles

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Reference(s)

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Competenc
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Number

Objectives

1. describe a

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

properties

## The parallelogram and

its properties
Properties involving
diagonals

Conditions which
guarantee that a
parallelogram

## and name its

parts
2. identify if a
convex or non
convex
name and differentiate
the different kinds of
1. name the parts
of trapezoid
2. determine the
properties of an
isosceles
trapezoid
Identify the properties
of a parallelogram
Derive the properties
of diagonals of
different kinds of
parallelogram by
measurement
1. Apply inductive
and deductive
skills to derive
the properties
of
parallelogram
each diagonal
divides a
parallelogram

2.

3.

## Ratio and Proportion

into two
congruent
triangles
opposite angles
are congruent
non opposite
angles are
supplementary
opposite sides
are congruent
diagonals bisect
each other
Apply inductive
and deductive
skills to derive
the properties
of special
Rectangle
Square
Rhombus
Apply the
conditions to
prove that a
a parallelogram

Apply fundamental
law of ratio and
proportion

Proportional segments

Basic proportionality
theorem and its
converse

Similar Triangles

Similarity Theorem

1. Define
proportional
segments
2. Apply the
definition of
proportional
segments to
find unknown
lengths
Illustrate and verify
the basic
proportionality
theorem and its
converse

1. Define similar
triangles
2. Apply the
definition of
similar triangles
in
Determining if
two triangles
are similar
Finding the
length of n side
or measure of
an angle of a
triangle
1.Verify the similarity

theorems
AA Similarity
SSS Similarity

Properties of similar
Triangles

AA Similarity Theorem

Pythagorean Theorem

## Apply the properties of

similar triangles and
the proportionality
theorem to calculate
lengths of certain line
segments

1. Determine the
similarity in a
right triangle
2. Apply the AA
Similarity
theorem to
determine
similarities in a
right triangle
1. Apply the
definition of
similar triangles
to derive the
Pythagorean
theorem
2. Find the length
of the sides of a
right triangle

## Isosceles right and 3060-90 right triangles

Problems involving
similar triangles

using the
Pythagorean
theorem
Derive the
relationships between
the sides of isosceles
right triangle and 3060-90 right triangle
using the Pythagorean
theorem

Solve problems
involving similar
triangles

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Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

## 1. Identify a major and

minor arc and central
angles
2. determine the

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

## degree measure of arc

and central angle

## Inscribed angle and

intercepted arcs

1. Identify an
inscribed angle
2. Determine the
measure of an
inscribed angle

Tangent

1. Apply the
properties of a
line tangent to
a circle
2. Solve problems
involving line
tangent to a
circle

Angles formed by
intersecting secants

Determine the
measure of the angle
formed by the
following:
Two tangent
lines
A tangent line
and a secant
line

## Derive the equation of

the line given two
points of the line
Two point form

## Point slope form

Slope intercept
form

Point of Intersection

Determine
algebraically the point
of intersection of two
lines

Parallel and
Perpendicular lines

## Apply the definitions

of parallel lines and
perpendicular lines

Distance Formula

## Derive and apply the

distance formula using
the Pythagorean
theorem

Midpoint formula

## Derive and apply the

midpoint formula

Solving problems
involving distance and
midpoint formula

## Apply the distance

and midpoint formula
to find the
Lengths of
segments

Unknown
vertices or
points
Coordinate proof

Equation of a circle

Verify properties of
triangles and
coordinate proof

## 1.Derive the standard

form of the equation
of the circle

circle

## More on equation of the

circle

Determine the
equation of the circle
given:
Its center and
the point of

Problems involving
circles

tangency with a
given line
Solve routine and non
routine problems
involving circles

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Topics/Contents

## Functions mere relations

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

1. Define a
function
2. Differentiate a
function from
mere relation

Function Notation
Algebra of function

1. Illustrate the
meaning of the
function
notation
2. Determine the
value of f(X)
given a value
for x

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

Linear Functions
f(x) =mx + b

## Define the linear

function f(x) = mx +
b

## Rewrite in the form

f(x)=mx + b and vice
versa

## Draw the graph of a

linear function given
the following:
Any two points
X and y
intercepts
Slope and one
point
Slope and the yintercept
Determine the
following, given the:
Slope
Trend:
increasing or
decreasing
X and y
intercepts
Some points

Determining f(x)=mx +
b

Determine f(x)=mx+b
using
Slope and yintercept
X and y
intercepts
Slope and one
point
Any two points

Problem solving

Solve problems
involving linear
functions

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Topics/Contents

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

1. Identify

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

functions
f(x)=ax2 + bx

+c

2. Rewrite the
function ax2 +
bx + c in the
form f(x) = a
(x-h)2 + k and
vice versa
3. Determine the
Highest or
lowest point
(vertex)
Axis of
symmetry
Direction or
opening of the
graph

function

function using
the:
Vertex
Axis of
symmetry
Direction of
opening of the
graph
Given points
2. Analyze the
effects on the
graph of
changes in a, h
and k in f(x) =

a (x-h)2 + k
function

## Find the zeros of

Factoring
formula

Completing the
square
functions

function given:
Zeros of the
function
Table of values

Graph

Problem Solving

Solve problems
function and equation

Polynomial fucntions

Identify a polynomial
function from a given
set of relations

Degree of Polynomial
fucntions

Quotient of Polynomials

## Determine the degree

of a given polynomial
function

polynomials by:
Algorithm
Synthetic
division

## Quotient and remainder

Remainder Theorem

## Value of p(x) for x = k

Find by synthetic
division the quotient
and the remainder
when p(x) is divided
by (x-c)

## State and illustrate

the remainder the
theorem

## Find the value of p(x)

for x = k by:
Synthetic

division
Remainder
theorem

Factor Theorem

Zeros of polynomial
functions of degree
greater than 2

theorem

## Find the zeros of

polynomial functions
of degree greater than
2 by:
Factor theorem
Factoring

Synthetic
division
Depressed
equations

Graph of polynomial
functions of degree
greater than 2

## Draw the Graph of

polynomial functions
of degree greater than
2

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Topics/Contents

Exponential Functions

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

Identify certain
relationships which
are exponential
Pop. Growth
over time

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

Growth of
bacteria over
time
Others
Trend of Exponential
Functions

Given a table of
ordered pairs, state
whether the trend is
exponential or not

Graph of exponential
function

## Draw the graph of

exponential function

Properties of
exponential function

Describe some
properties of the
exponential function,
f(x) = ax
a>1
0<a<1

Graph of an exponential
function

## 1. Given the graph

of an
exponential
function
determine the:
Domain
Range
Intercepts
Trend
Asymptote

Zeros of Exponential
Function

Inverse functions

2. Describe the
behaviour of
the graph of an
exponential
function
Use the laws on
exponents to find the
zeros of exponential
functions

1. Define inverse
function

2. Determine the
inverse of a
given function

Logarithmic Functions

## Define the logarithmic

function
a

f(x) = log

x as the inverse of

the exponential
function

f(x) = ax

Graph of Logarithmic
Functions

## 1. Draw the graph

of the
logarithmic
functions

f(x) = log
x

2. Describe some
properties of
the logarithmic
function from its
graph

Laws of Logarithms

## 1. Apply the laws

of logarithms

2. Solve simple
logarithmic
equations

Problems involving
exponential and
logarithmic functions

Solve problems
involving exponential
and logarithmic
functions

Circular Function

Unit circle

## Conversion from degree

Angles in standard
position, coterminal
angles
Reference angles

## Rotations along the unit

circle

Angle in standard
position in a unit circle

Arc lengths
Unit measure of
an angle
Convert from degree
versa

Illustrate angles in
Standard
position
Coterminal
angles
Reference
angles
Visualize rotations
along the unit circle
and relate these to
angle measures
( clockwise or counter
clockwise directions)
Length of an arc
Angles beyond
360 or 2
Determine the
coordinates of its
terminal side
1. When one
coordinate is

## given (apply the

Pythagorean
theorem and
the properties
of special right
triangles)
2. When the angle
is of the form
18030
18060
18045
90
Six circular functions

## 1. Define the six

circular
functions
Sine
Cosine
Tangent
Cotangent
Secant
Cosecant
2. Find the six
circular
functions of
angles with
special values
Given the angle , -2

## and tangent functions

Six trigonometric
functions in standard
position

2 or -360
360, draw and
describe the graph of
Sine
Cosine
tangent
1. define the six
trigonometric
functions of an
angle in
standard
position
2. find the values
of six
trigonometric
functions of an
angle given
some conditions

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Topics/Contents

Triangle Trigonometry

Reference(s)

Instructional
Materials

Learning
Competenc
y
Number

Objectives

Demonstrate ability to
apply trigonometric
functions, laws of sine
and cosine to solve

Activities/
Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen
t

problems involving
right triangles

triangles using
the law of sines

triangles using
the law of
cosines

Statistics

Summation

Sampling Techniques

1.

2.

Define:
statistics
sample
population
give the history
and importance
of the study of
statistics

## Use the rules of

summation to find
sum
Explain the different
sampling techniques

Collection of Statistical
Data

Measures of central
tendency for ungrouped
data

Measures of central
tendency for grouped
data

Measures of Variability

1. Collect
statistical data
and organize in
a table
2. 2. Construct
frequency
distribution
tables
Find the measure of
central tendency using
ungrouped data
Mean
Median
Mode
Find the measure of
central tendency using
ungrouped data
Mean
Median
Mode
1. Calculate the
different
measures of
variability
elative to a
given set of
data, grouped
or ungrouped
Range
Standard
deviation
2. Give the

characteristics
of a set of data
using the
measures of
variability
Statistical data

Analyze, interpret,
draw conclusion, make
predictions, make
recommendations/deci
sion