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# Ateneo de Zamboanga University

## La Purisima Street, Zamboanga City

Junior High School of Maria Clara Lorenzo Lobregat National High School

## Class Schedule: 7:40-8:30; 10:25-11:15 and 11:15-12:05 Contract Hours/Weeks:

Subject Description:
Mathematics from k-10 is a skill subject. By itself, it is all about quantities, shapes, figures, logic and reasoning. Mathematics is also a tool of science and a language
complete with its own notations and symbols and grammar rules with which concepts and ideas are effectively expressed.
The contents of mathematics include Numbers, and Number Sense, Measurement, Geometry, Pattern s and Algebra and Statistics and Probability.
Patterns and Algebra as a strand studies patterns, relationships and changes among shapes and quantities. It includes the use of algebraic notations and symbols,
equations and most importantly, functions to represent and analyze relationships.

First Quarter
Content Standard:

Demonstrates understanding of key concepts of quadratic equations, inequalities and functions, and rational algebraic equations.
Performance Standard:

Is able to investigate thoroughly mathematical relationships in various situations, formulate real-life problems involving quadratic equations, inequalities and functions,
and rational algebraic equations and solve them using a variety of strategies.
Time Frame Learning Content Learning Outcome Extended Learning References
Competency Success indicator
(At the end of the (by)
lesson the students
can)
WEEK 1
Day 1 Quadratic Equation 1.1 Identifying the characteristics of quadratic EXITTICKET Mathematics
equation. The students will answer Learning Materials 9
1. Concept of Illustrate quadratic
What is the most pp.11-17
quadratic equation equations 1.2 Citing real life examples of quadratic equation.
important thing they
Equations (Part 2)
learned today? before
p.38
leaving the room.
Day 2 Quadratic Equation 2.1.1 Identifying the square root property. EXITTICKET Mathematics
The students will solve an Learning Materials 9
2.1. Solving Solve quadratic 2.1.2 Describing the procedures of extracting square
equation from the book pp.18-26
quadratic equation: equations by root property.
and this will serve as their
extracting square extracting square Distance Learning
2.1.3 Applying the square root property in solving exit ticket right after the
roots roots. Module
Mathematics 2
pp.17-21
Equations (Part 2)
p.38-39
Day 3 Quadratic Equation 2.2.1 Identifying the types of factoring FILL IN YOUR THOUGHTS Mathematics
The steps in solving Learning Materials 9
2.2. Solving Solve quadratic 2.2.2 Describing the procedures of factoring
quadratic equations using pp.27-34
quadratic equation: equation by factoring
2.2.3 Solving quadratic equation using factoring. the factoring method:
factoring Distance Learning
1. Transform the equation
Module
into ________ form.
Mathematics 2
2. ______ the quadratic pp.10-16; pp.22-28
equation.
Equations (Part 2)
3. Apply the ____ ____ pp.38-39
property.
4. Solve the resulting
equation.
5. _______ the obtained
values of x in the given
equation.
Day 4 Quadratic Equation 2.3.1. Identifying the characteristics of completing FIST TO FIVE Mathematics
the square. The students communicate Learning Materials 9
2.3. Solving Solve quadratic
to the teacher whether pp.35-46
quadratic equation: equations by 2.3.2. Describing the procedure of completing the
they understand the topic
completing the completing the square square in the quadratic equation. Distance Learning
or not.
square Module
2.3.3. Solving quadratic equation using completing
5 student understand Mathematics 2
the square.
everything pp.29-34
4 student is not clear
with some of the discussed
topic
3 the student understand
but some of the topic cant
be explained
2 student is confused
with the topic
1 student understand
nothing at all
Week 2
Day 5 Quadratic Equation 2.4.1. Identifying the characteristics of quadratic FLOOR PLANNING Mathematics
formula The student will make a Learning Materials 9
2.4. Solving Solve quadratic
floor plan. Then they will pp.47-45
quadratic equation: equations by using the 2.4.2 Solving quadratic equation using quadratic
create an equation based
quadratic formula quadratic formula formula. Distance Learning
on their floor plan.
Module
Mathematics 2
pp.35-39
Equations (Part 2)
pp.40-42
Day 6 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
Day 7 Quadratic Equation 3.1 Recalling the characteristics of quadratic formula. STUDENT REPORT Mathematics
Individually, the student Learning Materials 9
3. Finding the roots Characterize the roots 3.2 Solving for discriminant in the given quadratic
will research about an pp.56-65
example of real life
equation using the equation using the Distance Learning
3.3 Identifying the nature of the roots of quadratic applications (only one) of
discriminant discriminant Module
equation using its discriminant. the discriminant. It must
Mathematics 2
have a description written
pp.40-44
or printed on a bond paper.
Day 8 Quadratic Equation 4.1. Identifying the characteristics of coefficients HANDPRINT Mathematics
and the roots of a quadratic equation. The student will trace their Learning Materials 9
4. Coefficients and Describe the
hands and given an pp.66-76
Roots of Quadratic relationship between 4.2. Identifying the similarities of the
equation (thumb); they will
Equation the coefficients and characteristics of coefficients and the roots of a Distance Learning
write the standard form
the roots of a quadratic equation. Module
(pointing finger); value of
quadratic equation. Mathematics 2
4.3. Describing how these characteristics affect the coefficients (index
pp.45-48
the quadratic equation. finger); sum of the roots
(ring finger); and product
of the roots (pinky).
WEEK 3
Day 9 Quadratic Equation 5.1. Finding the LCM of the rational equation Venn Diagram Mathematics
Learning Materials 9
5. Solving equations Solve equations 5.2. Expressing the rational equation in the Using Venn diagram the
pp.77-87
transformable to transformable to standard form of quadratic equation teacher will let the
5.3. Applying the methods of finding the roots
equation. (including rational similarities and differences
equations) on how to solve quadratic
equation itself and an
equation that is
transformable into
Day 10 Quadratic Equation 6.1. Identifying the important details on the Graphic Organizer Mathematics
problem (Problem and Solution) Learning Materials 9
6. Solving problems Solve problem
The students will be pp.88-95
involving quadratic involving quadratic 6.2. Connecting the details from the lesson
looking for a problem that
equation equation and rational Distance Learning
6.3. Describing the methods in solving the problem involves quadratic
algebraic equation. Module
equation. They are also
6.4. Solving the problem using the method Mathematics 2
expected to give a solution
pp.49-54
to that problem.
Equations (Part 2)
p.43-44
Day 11 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
Day 12 Quadratic 7.1. Identify the characteristics of quadratic List Me! Mathematics
Inequalities inequalities Learning Materials 9
Illustrate quadratic The students will be asked
pp.96-114
7. Concept of inequalities 7.2. Giving real life examples of quadratic to give at least 3 examples
quadratic inequalities of real life application of
They are also expected to
give their thoughts and
explanation on it.
WEEK 4
Day 13 Quadratic 8.1. Describing the procedure in solving quadratic Scrapbook Mathematics
Inequalities inequalities. Learning Materials 9
Solve Quadratic The students will be doing
p.107
8. Solving inequalities 8.2. Applying the procedures in solving quadratic a scrapbook wherein they
quadratic inequalities. will be writing there their College Algebra pp.
inequalities understanding about 120-121
They can back it up it with
pictures or visual
representations.
Day 14 Quadratic 9.1. Identifying the given in the problem Tutor Notes Mathematics
Inequalities Learning Materials 9
Solve problems 9.2. Identifying the correct procedures in solving the They can be creative in
pp. 103-105
9. Solving involving quadratic problem their own way as long as
problems inequalities their output encompasses
9.3. Executing the identified procedures to solve the
involving the step by step
problem
quadratic procedures on how to
inequalities solve a problem involving
Day 15 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
Day 16 Quadratic Function 10.1. Identifying the characteristics of quadratic RESEARCH Redlin, L., Stewart,
function J., & Watson, S.
10. Quadratic Model real-life The students will research
(2010). College
Functions as situations using 10.2. Identifying current real-life situations that use about models of quadratic
Algebra. Philippines:
Models quadratic functions the concept of quadratic function functions in the real world.
Cengage Learning
They can be creative in
Asia Pte Ltd. pp.260
presenting their work (and
it can also be by pair). Mathematics
Learning and
Teaching Initiative
Module 7 pp. 2-4,6
WEEK 5
Day 17 Quadratic Function 11.1.1 Identifying the characteristics of a quadratic LEAFLET MAKING Ease Module 2 pp. 4-
equation. 8
11.1. Representing Represent a quadratic The student will be making
Quadratic Functions: function using: (a) 11.1.2 Identifying the values in the given quadratic a leaflet introducing the Mathematics
Table of values and table of values; (b) function using substitution. topic which is representing Learning Material
graph graph. quadratic functions. They pp.146-172
11.1.3 Listing down the values acquired in the given
can be resourceful as
possible in making the
Learning and
11.1.4 Plotting the points given in the table of values. leaflet attractive.
Teaching Initiative
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
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Day 18 Quadratic Function WEBPAGE DESIGNING Ease Module 2 pp. 9-
13
11.2 Representing Represent a quadratic 11.2.1Translating the equation into standard form. The students will be
quadratic equation function using: (c) making their own webpage Mathematics
using : equation equation and be creative as possible Learning Material
in presenting the topic. pp.146-172
Mathematics
Learning and
Teaching Initiative
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
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Day 19 Quadratic Function EXPLORING THE Mathematics
ENVIRONMENT Learning Material
12. Quadratic Model real-life 12.1 Generating possible situations that involve the
pp.146-172
Functions as Models situations using use of quadratic functions. The teacher will let the
quadratic functions students explore within the Mathematics
school grounds to look for Learning and
possible structures, Teaching Initiative
situations and the like that Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
would involve quadratic 19
functions portrayed as
models.
Day 20 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
WEEK 6
Day 21 Quadratic Function 12.1.1. Identifying the characteristics of completing FACEBOOK GROUP Ease Module 2 pp. 9-
the square. 13
12.1. transforming Transform the The teacher will be posting
quadratic equation quadratic function 12.1.2. Transforming the quadratic function using the equations that will be Mathematics
using : completing defined by y = a + bx method completing the square. answered by the students Learning Material
the square online and let the students
+ c into the form y = a explain the possible pp.146-172
difficulties they encounter
+k Mathematics
while answering. Then it
Learning and
follows that the teacher
Teaching Initiative
will comment his/her
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
feedback regarding the
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responses of the students.
Day 22 Quadratic Function 12.2.1. Identifying the characteristics of the vertex FACEBOOK GROUP Ease Module 2 pp. 9-
formula. 13
12.2. transforming Transform the The teacher will be posting
quadratic function quadratic function 12.2.2. Describing the procedure of the vertex equations that will be Mathematics
using : vertex form defined by y = a + bx formula. answered by the students Learning Material
online and let the students pp.146-172
+ c into the form y = a 12.2.3. Solving quadratic function using the vertex
explain the possible
formula. Mathematics
+k difficulties they encounter
Learning and
while answering. Then it
Teaching Initiative
follows that the teacher
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
will comment his/her
19
feedback regarding the
responses of the students.
Day 23 Quadratic Function 13.1.1. Describing domain, range, intercepts, axis of POSTER MAKING Ease Module 2 pp.
symmetry, vertex and the direction of opening 14-19
13.1. Graphing a Graphs a quadratic The students will be asked
of the parabola.
quadratic function: a) domain; b) to create a poster out of Mathematics
function: a) range; c) intercepts: d) 13.1.2. Describing the procedures in finding the the topic, graphing of a Learning Material
domain; b) axis of symmetry; e) domain, range, axis of symmetry, vertex and quadratic function. They pp.146-172
range; c) vertex; f) direction of the direction of the opening of the parabola. can incorporate their past
Mathematics
intercepts: d) the opening of the lesson in doing this activity.
13.1.3. Finding the values of each given an equation. Learning and
axis of parabola
Teaching Initiative
symmetry; e)
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
vertex; f)
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direction of the
opening of the
parabola
Day 24 Quadratic Function 13.2.1. Assigning a test values to the equation SLOGAN MAKING Ease Module 2 pp.
14-19
13.2. Identifying Graph a quadratic 13.2.2. Plotting the test points on the coordinate The students will relate
the domain, function: a) domain; b) plane their problem, the Mathematics
range, axis of range; c) intercepts: d) difficulty they encountered Learning Material
13.2.3. Identifying the domain, range, axis of
symmetry, axis of symmetry; e) or the joy they felt while pp.146-172
symmetry, vertex and the direction of the
vertex and the vertex; f) direction of discussing the topic
opening. Mathematics
direction of the the opening of the through a creative slogan.
Learning and
parabola using a parabola
Teaching Initiative
graph.
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
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WEEK 7
Day 25 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
Day 26 Quadratic Function 14.1.1. Substituting different(higher/lower) values on SCREENSHOT Ease Module 2 pp.
the equation 14-19
14.1. Analyzing the Analyze the effects of The students will tweet
effects of changing changing the values of 14.1.2. Connecting patterns between the values something about the Mathematics
the values of a, h and a, h and k in the substituted and the equation important thing they Learning Material
k in the vertex form. equation y = a should remember in pp.146-172
14.1.3. Describing the effects of changing the values
analyzing the effects of
+ k of a quadratic of a, h and k in the equation. Mathematics
changing the values. They
function on its graph Learning and
will submit it online by
Teaching Initiative
sending a screenshot to
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
the email address of the
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teacher.
Day 27 Quadratic Function 14.2.1. Substituting different values in the equation SCREENSHOT Ease Module 2 pp.
14-19
14.2. Analyzing the Analyze the effects of 14.2.2. Plotting the points on the coordinate system The students will tweet
effects of the changing the values of something about the Mathematics
14.2.3. Describing the differences of each graph
values a, h a, h and k in the important thing they Learning Material
having different values
and k in the equation y = a should remember in pp.146-172
vertex form analyzing the effects of
+ k of a quadratic Mathematics
using a graph. changing the values. They
function on its graph will submit it online by Learning and
sending a screenshot to Teaching Initiative
the email address of the Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
teacher. 19
Day 28 Quadratic Function 15.1.1. Identifying the formula and the test points. COMPILATION Ease Module 2 pp.
14-19
15.1. Determining Determine the 15.1.2. Substituting the test points in the formula. The students will research
the equation of the equation of quadratic about the important thing Mathematics
quadratic function: a function given: (a) a to remember in Learning Material
table of values table of values determining the equation pp.146-172
of the function. And at the
Mathematics
end the students will
Learning and
compile their work and
Teaching Initiative
make a portfolio.
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
19
WEEK 8
Day 29 Quadratic Function 15.2.1. Identifying the vertex of the graph, test COMPILATION Ease Module 2 pp.
points, and opening of the parabola 14-19
15.2. Determining Determine the The students will research
the equation equation of quadratic 15.2.2. Substituting the values in the standard form of about the important thing Mathematics
of quadratic function given: (a) the quadratic equation to remember in Learning Material
function graph determining the equation pp.146-172
given: a graph of the function. And at the
Mathematics
end the students will
Learning and
compile their work and
Teaching Initiative
make a portfolio.
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
19
Day 30 Quadratic Function 15.3.1. Substituting 0 to x or y. COMPILATION Ease Module 2 pp.
14-19
15.3. Determining Determine the 15.3.2. Finding the x and y intercepts. The students will research
the equation equation of quadratic about the important thing Mathematics
of quadratic function given: (a) to remember in Learning Material
function determining the equation
given: zeros zeros of the function. And at the pp.146-172
end the students will
Mathematics
compile their work and
Learning and
make a portfolio.
Teaching Initiative
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
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Day 31 Quadratic Function 16.1. Identifyi FRAMEWORK Ease Module 2 pp.
ng the 14-19
16. Solving Solve problem The students will be asked
important
problem involving quadratic to create an alternative Mathematics
details on the
involving functions framework in solving Learning Material
problem
quadratic problems. Based on their pp.146-172
function. 16.2. Connecti experiences in solving
Mathematics
ng the details problems.
Learning and
from the
Teaching Initiative
methods
Module 7 pp. 2-4,5-
used in the
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lesson
16.3. Applying
the
appropriate
method in
solving the
problem
Day 32 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (WRITTEN)
Time Frame Learning Content Learning Outcome Extended Learning References
Competency Success indicator
(At the end of the lesson (by)
the students CAN)
Day 33 Variation 17.1 Describing the properties
of variations
17. Concept of Illustrates situations that
different involve the following 17.2 Giving situations for each
variations variations: (a) direct; (b) variations
inverse; (c) joint; (d)
17.3 Citing real-life examples of
combined.
each variation

Day 34 Variation
18. Translating
Variation

SECOND QUARTER