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DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time JULY 4-8, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

Objectives must be met over the week and connected to the curriculum standards. To meet the objectives, necessary procedures must be followed. Additional less may be done for developing content knowledge and competencies. These are assesed using Formative Assesment strategies. Valuing objectives support the learni enable children to find significance and joy in learning the lessons. Weekly objectives shall be derived from curriculum guides.

 
  • A. Content Standard

Shows clear understanding of equivalent fractions, finding the LCD and comparing and ordering fractions.

Shows clear understanding of equivalent fractions, finding the LCD and comparing and ordering fractions.

 

Shows clear understanding of equivalent fractions, finding the LCD and comparing and ordering fractions.

 
  • B. Performance Standard

Comprehension of fraction

Comprehension of fraction

E'dl F'tr

Comprehension of fraction

 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

Write the fraction described by a region, set and number line

Rename fractions as decimals vice versa

 

Form and solve for the missing term in a pair of equivalent fractions

Write the LC code for each

BEC-PELC II-D.1

BEC-PELC II. D.2

 

BEC-PELC II. D.3.4

   

II. CONTENT

Writing fractions

Fractions as decimal and vice versa

Solving for the missing term in equivalent fractions

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

155-159

159-162

162-166

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

 
 
  • 3. Textbook pages

 
 
  • 4. Additional Materials fron LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

video, powerpoint, chart

chart, powerpoint,10x10 grid

fraction bars, activity cards, ppt

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

Solving the GCF/LCM of a set of

Naming the fractions for the shaded

   

presenting the new lesson.

numbers

part

Naming the fractional parts

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

Showing the video

Problem Opener

 

Find a partner. Look for body parts which come in pair.

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

       

new lesson

Introducing the kinds of fraction

Using of 10 x 10 grid

Using of multiple bars

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level
   

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Grade Level

DAILY LESSON

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time JULY 4-8, 2016

 

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

Naming the fraction for the shaded

Guiding the pupils to see how a fraction

 

Let them discover what fractional

practicing new skills #1

part.

can be changed to decimal.

parts have the same value

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

Writing the fraction or mixed number

Asking the pupils to shade or color

 

Solving each pair of fraction if it is

practicing new skills #2

described by a shaded region, set, point on the number line

the certain small squares

equivalent or not

  • F. Developing Mastery

           

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

Group activity

Group Activity

Group Activity

  • G. Finding practical applications of

         

concepts and skills in daily living

Cooperation

Help parents in some household chores

Care for the body

  • H. Making generalizations and

 

Asking question on how to change

 

How do you solve for the missing

abstraction about the lesson

Asking question about the topic

fractions to decimal and vice versa

term in equivalent fractions

  • I. Evaluating Learning

Name the fraction or mixed number described by a shaded region,set, point on the number line

Rename fractions as decimals and vice versa

 

Solve for the missing term in a pair of equivalent fractions

  • J. Additional activities for application or

Name the fraction or mixed number

     

remediation

described by a shaded region,set, point on the number line

Solve the following problems

Solve for the mising term.

V.

REMARKS

 

VI. REFLECTION

Reflect on your teaching and asses yourself as a teacher. Think about your students' progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the students learn? Identify w can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them rellevant questions.

  • A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

VI-5 = 37

VI-1 = 44

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 42

VI-5 =

36

VI-1 = 43

  • B. No. of learners who require additional activities fore

 

remediation.

VI-5 = 4

VI-1 = 2

VI-5 =

6

VI-1 =

4

VI-5 =

5

VI-1 = 3

  • C. Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who

 

have caught up with the lesson

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level
   

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

DAILY LESSON

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time JULY 4-8, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

  • D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation

 
  • E. Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did

 

this work?

  • F. What difficulties did I encountered which my principal

 

or supervisor can helped me solve?

  • G. What innovation or localized materials did I

 

use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?

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DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 21 - 25, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

 
 
  • A. Content Standard

Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

INTRAMURALS

 
  • B. Performance Standard

Comprehension of Decimals

Comprehension of Decimals

Comprehension of Decimals

 
 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

Name the decimal for a given model (region/blocks/money/number line)

Identify the place value/value of a digit in a given decimal

Write decimals through ten thousandths in different notations standard and expanded notation

 

Write the LC code for each

BEC PELC B.1.1, 1.2

BEC PELC B.3, 3.1

BEC PELC B3.3

 
   

II. CONTENT

Name the decimal for a given model (region/blocks/money/number line)

Identify the place value/value of a digit in a given decimal

Write decimals through ten thousandths in different notations standard and expanded notation

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

31 -37

38

- 42

43 - 45

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

 
 
  • 3. Textbook pages

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

 
  • 4. Additional Materials from LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

grid paper, cubes, blocks, coin, play money

place value chart, charts, pictures,ppt

place value chart, charts, cutouts, pictures,ppt

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

   

presenting the new lesson.

 

Drill/Review

Review/ Pair share

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

Drill

When you see 5, what does it mean to you?

Drill - Relay

 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

 

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Grade Level

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 21 - 25, 2016

 

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

   

Pair and share

Do you know the amount of air we

 

new lesson

Naming Game

breath in every activity we engage in?

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

     

Provide each group this activity

 

practicing new skills #1

Problem Opener:

card

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

Would the jeepney driver accept her

Write in numerals then identify the

   

practicing new skills #2

money?

place value of each digit.

  • F. Developing Mastery

 

Give the value and place value of each

   
 

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

Working on Base Method

digit.

Write the decimal in standard notation

  • G. Finding practical applications of

   

Find enjoyment in Mathematics through

 

concepts and skills in daily living

Show kindness and humility

Cooperation, Alertness

games

  • H. Making generalizations and

How did the models helps you in

How do you know the value and

How do you write decimals in

 

abstraction about the lesson

understanding about decimals?

place value of each digit in a given decimal?

standard and expanded form?

  • I. Evaluating Learning

Name the following sets of models in decimal form.

Write the following decimalss in words then identify the value and the olace value of the underlined digit

Write the following decimals in the table provided.

 
  • J. Additional activities for application or

Using models discussed, illustrate

Form 5 decimal numbers out of digits 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9. Write

Write the decimal in standard form

 

remediation

decimal expression

each number in words. Identify the value of each digit.

and expanded form.

V.

REMARKS

   

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 40

VI-5 = 35

VI-1 = 41

VI-5 =

34

VI-1 = 44

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON Teaching Date and
School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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Teacher ARNOLD
T. VILLALON
Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 21 - 25, 2016
7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35
Grade Level
Learning Area
Quarter
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
B.
No. of learners who require additional activities fore
VI-5 =
4
VI-1 = 3
VI-5 =
5
VI-1 = 4
VI-5 =
5 VI-1 = 1
remediation.
C.
Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D.
No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E.
Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did
this work?
F.
What difficulties did I encountered which my principal
or supervisor can helped me solve?
G.
What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?
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DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 28 - SEPT 2, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

 
 
  • A. Content Standard

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Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

Shows mastery in performing the operations involving decimals by translating them in expanded and scientific notation

 
  • B. Performance Standard

 

Comprehension of Decimals

Comprehension of Decimals

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

 

Compare and order decimals through ten thousandths

Round decimals through ten thousandths

Estiamte sums and differences of whole numbers and decimals

Write the LC code for each

 

BEC PELC II.B.4

BEC PELC II.B.5

BEC PELC II.C.1

   

II. CONTENT

 

Compare and order decimals through ten thousandths

Round decimals through ten thousandths

Estiamte sums and differences of whole numbers and decimals

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

 

46 - 48

49 - 50

51 - 53

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

 
 
  • 3. Textbook pages

 

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

 
  • 4. Additional Materials from LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

activity cards, Powerpoint,chart

chart, powerpoint

counters, charts, powerpoint.

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

 

presenting the new lesson.

 

Drill - Comparing numbers

Identifying place value of underlined digit

Drill - Rounding off

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

 

Do you know the density of water at different temperatures?

Who do you think will offer the first handshake after the game?

You were asked by your mother to buy some groceries after class. Without computing how would you know that the money given to you is enough or not/ Why?

 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

 

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Grade Level

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 28 - SEPT 2, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

 

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

 

THURSDAY

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

 

Pair Share - Post the information on the

What percent is the molecules of

 

new lesson

board

carbon dioxide present in the earth's atmosphere?

Divide the class into groups-

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

 

Practical Work - Have each group

   

practicing new skills #1

prepare the following

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

 

Write <,> or = on the blank to make

Pair share- Provide each pair with

 

practicing new skills #2

the statement true.

activity card

  • F. Developing Mastery

   

Round of 29.8765 to the nearest tenths,

Round to the nearest tenths and

 

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

Write in order from least to greatest.

ones, hundredths

solve for the answer.

  • G. Finding practical applications of

 

Conservation

       

concepts and skills in daily living

Show sportmanship

Decide wisely

  • H. Making generalizations and

   

How do you round of decimal

How do you find the estimated sum

abstraction about the lesson

How do you compare decimals?

numbers?

and difference of a whole numbers and decimals?

  • I. Evaluating Learning

 

Write <,> or = to compare

Round the following numbeers to the place value of the underlined digit.

Arrange the numbers in column. Round off to the nearest hundredths then find the estimated sum and difference.

  • J. Additional activities for application or

   

Write down the possible number

 

remediation

Answer the following

closest to:

Solve the problems.

V.

REMARKS

   

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 40

VI-5 = 35

VI-1 = 41

VI-5 =

37

VI-1 = 43

VI-5 =

34

VI-1 = 41

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON Teaching Date and
School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DAILY LESSON
LOG
Teacher ARNOLD
T. VILLALON
Teaching Date and Time AUGUST 28 - SEPT 2, 2016
7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35
Grade Level
Learning Area
Quarter
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
B.
No. of learners who require additional activities fore
VI-5 =
4
VI-1 = 3
VI-5 =
5
VI-1 = 4
VI-5 =
3 VI-1 = 1
VI-5 =
5 VI-1 = 4
remediation.
C.
Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D.
No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E.
Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did
this work?
F.
What difficulties did I encountered which my principal
or supervisor can helped me solve?
G.
What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?
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VI-5 =
34
VI-1 = 44
 

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VI-5 =

5 VI-1 = 1

 
 
 
 
 
 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 5 - 9, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

 
 
  • A. Content Standard

     

Area MEET

 
  • B. Performance Standard

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

 
 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals

Add/Subtract decimals through ten thousandths without regrouping

Add/Subtract decimals through ten thousandths with regrouping

 

Write the LC code for each

BEC PELC II.C.2

BEC PELC II.C.3

BEC PELC II.C.3

 
   

II. CONTENT

Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals

Add/Subtract decimals through ten thousandths without regrouping

Add/Subtract decimals through ten thousandths with regrouping

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

54 - 56

56 -58

60 - 61

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

 
  • 3. Textbook pages

 
 
  • 4. Additional Materials from LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

 

presenting the new lesson.

Drill - Give the missing number

Drill - Mental Computation

Mental Computation Drill (Flash cards)

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

Present the following on the board

Present a simple story

Present the lesson through problem

 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

 

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Grade Level

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 5 - 9, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

 

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

 

THURSDAY

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

           

new lesson

Problem Opener

Pair Activity

Square grouping

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

Divide the class into groups- Guess and

     

practicing new skills #1

check

Group Activity

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

       

practicing new skills #2

  • F. Developing Mastery

   

Find the sum or difference

     
 

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

Solve the following

Solve the problem

  • G. Finding practical applications of

 

Practice keeping things/objects

   

concepts and skills in daily living

Use resources wisely

properly for the future use

Find the sum/difference

  • H. Making generalizations and

How do you find the sum and differnce of

How do you find the sum and difference of a whole numbers and

How do you find the sum and difference of a whole numbers and decimals

 

abstraction about the lesson

whole numbers and decimals?

decimals through ten thousandths without regrouping?

through ten thousandths with regrouping?

  • I. Evaluating Learning

Solve the problems

 

Solve the problems

Add or Subtract

   
  • J. Additional activities for application or

 

Solve

Find the sum or difference

 

remediation

Solve

V.

REMARKS

   

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 40

VI-5 = 35

VI-1 = 41

VI-5 =

37

VI-1 = 43

VI-5 =

34

VI-1 = 41

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON Teaching Date and
School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DAILY LESSON
LOG
Teacher ARNOLD T.
VILLALON
Teaching Date and Time SEPT 5 - 9, 2016
7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35
Grade Level
Learning Area
Quarter
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
B.
No. of learners who require additional activities fore
VI-5 =
4
VI-1 = 3
VI-5 =
5
VI-1 = 4
VI-5 =
3 VI-1 = 1
VI-5 =
5 VI-1 = 4
remediation.
C.
Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D.
No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E.
Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did
this work?
F.
What difficulties did I encountered which my principal
or supervisor can helped me solve?
G.
What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?
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VI-5 =
34
VI-1 = 44
 

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VI-5 =

5 VI-1 = 1

 
 
 
 
 
 
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School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 12 - 16, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

 
 
  • A. Content Standard

Ed'l Adha

 

Went to Division Office

 
 
  • B. Performance Standard

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

 

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals

Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping

Apply the different properties of addition to compute sums mentally

Apply the different properties of addition to compute sums mentally

Write the LC code for each

BEC PELC II.C.2

BEC PELC II.C.4

BEC PELC II.C.5

BEC PELC II.C.5

   

II. CONTENT

Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals

Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping

Apply the different properties of addition to compute sums mentally

Apply the different properties of addition to compute sums mentally

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

54 - 56

62 - 64

65 - 67

65 - 67

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

 
  • 3. Textbook pages

 
 
  • 4. Additional Materials from LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

 

presenting the new lesson.

Drill - Give the missing number

Reading mixed decimals

Mental Computation

Mental Computation

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

Present the following on the board

Adding/subtracting decimals without regrouping

Why exercise is good for the body?

Why exercise is good for the body?

 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

 

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Grade Level

 

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 12 - 16, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

 

Quarter

 
 

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

 

THURSDAY

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

     

Pair Activity-Answer the questions

 

new lesson

Problem Opener

Problem Opener

mentally

Answer the questions mentally

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

Divide the class into groups- Guess and

     

practicing new skills #1

check

Group Activity

Activity- Math Challenge

Activity- Math Challenge

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

       

practicing new skills #2

  • F. Developing Mastery

     

Find the sum mentally. Use any of the

Find the sum mentally. Use any of

 

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

Solve the following

Work on the problem together

properties of addition to make it easier for you to find the answer.

the properties of addition to make it easier for you to find the answer.

  • G. Finding practical applications of

       

concepts and skills in daily living

Use resources wisely

Be honest to people ypou deal with

Keeping oneself physically fit

Keeping oneself physically fit

  • H. Making generalizations and

How do you find the sum and differnce of

How do you add/subtract mixed

How do you add decimals mentally

How do you add decimals mentally

abstraction about the lesson

whole numbers and decimals?

decimals with regrouping

usoing the properties of addition?

usoing the properties of addition?

  • I. Evaluating Learning

Solve the problems

 

Find the sum/difference

Add the following mentally

Add the following mentally

  • J. Additional activities for application or

   

How may can you do mentally?

How may can you do mentally?

remediation

Solve

Perfrom the indicated opration

Record your score.

Record your score.

V.

REMARKS

   

VI. REFLECTION

 

A.

No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 40

VI-5 = 35

VI-1 = 41

VI-5 =

37

VI-1 = 43

VI-5 =

33

VI-1 = 41

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON Teaching Date and
School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
DAILY LESSON
LOG
Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON
Teaching Date and Time SEPT 12 - 16, 2016
7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35
Grade Level
Learning Area
Quarter
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
B.
No. of learners who require additional activities fore
VI-5 =
4
VI-1 = 3
VI-5 =
5
VI-1 = 4
VI-5 =
3 VI-1 = 1
VI-5 =
7 VI-1 = 5
remediation.
C.
Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D.
No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E.
Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did
this work?
F.
What difficulties did I encountered which my principal
or supervisor can helped me solve?
G.
What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?

VI - 5 and 1

MATHEMATICS

SECOND

 

FRIDAY

 
 

Comprehension of Addition and Subtracting decimals

Solve 2- to 3- step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals

BEC PELC II.C.6.2

 

Solve 2- to 3- step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals

 
 

68 - 69

Math 6

 
 
 
 

Drill Mental Computaation

 
 

VI - 5 and 1

 

MATHEMATICS

 

SECOND

 
 

FRIDAY

Problem Opener

 

Present the problem

 
 

Divide the class into 5 groups

Helping others in need

What are the important steps in problem solving?

Read the problem and answer the question about it.

Write number sentence and solve.

 
 

VI-5 =

34

VI-1 = 44

 

VI - 5 and 1

 

MATHEMATICS

 

SECOND

 
 

FRIDAY

VI-5 =

5 VI-1 = 1

 
 
 
 
 
 
DAILY LESSON

DAILY LESSON

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 19- 23, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 

ARNOLD T. VILLALON

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

I.

OBJECTIVE:

 
 
  • A. Content Standard

       
 
  • B. Performance Standard

Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals

Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals

Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals

Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals

     

Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1-to 2-digit

Multiplying decimals up to hundredths place.

Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1 to 2-digit

  • 1. Write the decimals point correctly in the

factors of whole numbers and decimals

factors of decimals and whole numbers

product 2. Write the solutions to

 

C. Learning Compertencies/ Objectives

Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals

without regrouping

without and with regrouping with zero difficulty

multiplication equations involving decimals up to hunredths place

Write the LC code for each

BEC PELC II.D.1

BEC PELC II.D.2

BEC PELC II.D.2

BEC PELC II.D.3

   
 

Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1-to 2-

Multiplying decimals up to hundredths place.

II. CONTENT

Estimate products of whole numbers and

Multiply up to 3-digit factors by 1 to 2-digit

digit factors of decimals and whole

  • 1. Write the decimals point correctly in the

decimals

factors of whole numbers and decimals without regrouping

numbers without and with regrouping with zero difficulty

product 2. Write the solutions to multiplication equations involving decimals up to hunredths place

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
  • A. References

 
 
  • 1. Teacher's Guide pages

70 - 72

73 - 75

76 - 79

80 - 82

 
  • 2. Learner's Materials

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

Math 6

 
  • 3. Textbook pages

 
 
  • 4. Additional Materials from LR

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

charts, fl

charts, cards with number sentences

flashcards, number cards, charts

V.

PROCEDURE

 
  • A. Reviewing previous lesson or

 

Mental Computation- Puzzlig Patterns

presenting the new lesson.

Drill - Mental Computation

Multiplication

Mental Computation /group work

Mental Computation /Traveling Game

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level
 

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grade Level

DAILY LESSON

Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON

 

Learning Area

LOG

Teaching Date and Time SEPT 19- 23, 2016

7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35

Quarter

 

ARNOLD T. VILLALON

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

  • B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

Estimating sum/difference

Ruel's hobby is collecting butterflies. One Saturday after dooing all his homework, he went to the field and collected some butterflies.

What do you do in order to be physically fit and healhty? What are some of the vitamins you know?

Problem Opener

  • C. Presenting examples/instances of the

       

new lesson

  • D. Discussing new concepts and

Present the lesson through word

 

Present the lesson through word

Present the lesson by discussing the

practicing new skills #1

problem

Present the lesson thru the following

problem

problem.

  • E. Discussing new concepts and

       

practicing new skills #2

  • F. Developing Mastery

The following are some items that you

 

Working In Pairs/ Determine whether the

Form the pupils into a smaller

( Leads to formative Assessment 3)

need to buy a store.

Find the product.

expressions in each item/sets are equal.

groups and hand out a puzzle sheet to each group.

  • G. Finding practical applications of

Make sound and logical decision in

   

Show kindness to others

concepts and skills in daily living

estimating

Use leisure time wisely

Heep one's body fit and healhty

  • H. Making generalizations and

How do you estimate the products of

How do you multiply decimals and

How do you multiply 1- to 3-digit factors by 1-to 2-digit factors of decimals and whole

How do you multiply decimals up to

abstraction about the lesson

whole numbers and decimals?

whole numbers?

numbers without and with regrouping with zero difficulty?

hundredths place?

  • I. Evaluating Learning

Estimate products by rounding the

Find the product.

Which of the following shows the correct way of multiplying 0.34 x

Multiply show your solutions.

multiplicand.

0.25?

J. Additional activities for application or remediation

Estimate products by rounding:

Find the solution of the puzzle.

Find the product.

Place the decimal point correctly in each product.

School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON Teaching Date and
School SAN ISIDRO VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DAILY LESSON
LOG
Teacher ARNOLD T. VILLALON
Teaching Date and Time SEPT 19- 23, 2016
7:25 - 8:25/9:35 - 10:35
Grade Level
Learning Area
Quarter
ARNOLD T. VILLALON
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
V.
REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A.
No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation
VI-5 =
33
VI-1 = 40
VI-1 = 3
VI-5 = 35
VI-1 = 41
VI-1 = 4
VI-5 =
37
VI-1 = 43
VI-5 =
33
VI-1 = 41
B.
No. of learners who require additional activities fore
VI-5 =
4
VI-5 =
5
VI-5 =
3 VI-1 = 1
VI-5 =
7 VI-1 = 5
remediation.
C.
Did the remedial lessons work?No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D.
No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E.
Which of my teaching stategies worked well? Why did
this work?
F.
What difficulties did I encountered which my principal
or supervisor can helped me solve?
G.
What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers?

VI - 5 and 1

MATHEMATICS

SECOND

 

FRIDAY

 
 

Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals

Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths

BEC PELC II.D.4

 

Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths

 
 

83 - 85

Math 6

 
 

problem cards, chart

 

Drill Mental Computation/ Find the product

VI - 5 and 1

MATHEMATICS

SECOND

 

FRIDAY

Problem Opener

 

Present the problem

Cooperative learning/Group Activity

Solve the problem

Cooperation

How do you multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals? How do you put the decimal point?

Place the decimal point in each product correctly.

find the product

 

VI - 5 and 1

 

MATHEMATICS

 

SECOND

 
 

FRIDAY

 
 

VI-5 =

34

VI-1 = 44

VI-5 =

5 VI-1 = 1