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School Linao central school Grade Level 6


Teacher Ma. Editha L. Ollave Learning Area math
Teaching Dates and Time FEBRUARY 21 2019, 10:25 -11:15 ,1:50-2:40 Quarter 4
1:00 -1:50 , 2:40-3:30
Grades 6
DAILY LESSON LOG

(ANNOTATIONS)
I. OBJECTIVES -PPST INDICATORS/ KRA OBJECTIVES/RUBRIC
INDICATORS TO BE OBSERVED DURING THE
CLASSROOM OBSERVATION
A. Content Standards Demonstrates understanding of theoretical and experimental
probability
B. Performance Standards The learners is able to apply theoretical and experimental
probability in mathematical problems and real life situation.
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Solve routine and non routine problems involving PPST MODULE 7
Write the LC code for each. experimental and theoretical probabililty.( M6SP –Ivh-21) KRA 3, OBJ. # 7
MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 5
-Plans, manages and implements
developmentally sequenced teaching and
learning processes to meet curriculum
requirements through various contexts.
MOV--- Knowledge, skill and attitude or KSA is
applied in lesson planning objectives in order
to meet curriculum requirements based on the
Curriculum Guide/CG. Parts of the DLP are
based on the PPST Modules.
II. CONTENT/TOPIC Solving problem involving experimental and theoretical
probability.

II. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Math CG for Grade 6 page
2. Learner’s Materials pages 21st century Mathletes ,
3. Textbook pages 21st century mathletes pp.342-346,
4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource New Syllabus Primary Mathematics
(LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources Pictures PPST MODULE 9
Smart TV, laptop, power point presentation, activity cards, KRA 3, OBJ. # 9
meta cards, cartolina, , video clip -Selects, develops, organizes and uses
appropriate teaching and learning resources,
including ICT, to address learning goals.
MOV---The difficult words and their meanings,
pictures, video and selections are presented
clearly through power point presentation.
MOV---Realia and printed materials like activity
cards are given on clear sheets of cartolina and
meta cards for the pupils to see and read
clearly.
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the A. Quantify The following event , as likely to happen , PPST MODULE 5
new lesson unlikely , as likely as to happen never and certain KRA 2, OBJ. # 5
1. You are ten years old MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 4
2. You will be late for school tomorrow -Manages learner 2is behave constructively by
3. Your favorite basketball team will win tomorrow . applying positive and non-violent discipline to
4. It is your teacher”s birthday tomorrow ensure learning-focused environment.
5. You will obtain 7 when rolling a regular dice. MOV---To avoid and prevent m2isbehavior,
house rules/ standards/guidelines are set
What is probability ? before the class starts or before doing an
2. If each letter of the phrase below put in a box activity.
I LOVE MATHEMATICS

What is the probability to draw letter


1. A
2. E
3. Vowel letters
B. Establishing a purpose for the PPST Module1
lesson/Motivation/Motive Questions KRA 1, OBJ. # 1
MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 1
-Applies knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas.
MOV--- Contextualization, localization, gender
fair and integrations across learning areas like
Science and Araling Panlipunan and within
learning area like predicting outcomes are
observable.

Volleyball is one of the fave game of the people of Linao .


EVRAA is fast approaching, we ormocanons are very busy for
this event. PPST MODULE 3
Is there a chance that Ormoc team will be the champion this KRA 1, OBJ. # 3
coming EVRAA? Why? MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 2
-Applies a range of teaching strategies to
develop critical and creative thinking, as well
as higher-order thinking skills.
MOV---The questions presented are arranged
from lower level to higher level thinking skills.
Pupils are challenge to think creatively.

B. Presenting examples/instances of the new *Presents the lesson PPST Module1


lesson The probability of an event is a number fro 0-1 ,that KRA 1, OBJ. # 1
measure the chance that an event will occur. This chance MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 1
that event could happen will be theoretical probability or -Applies knowledge of content within and
experimental probability. Discuss theoretical and across curriculum teaching areas.
experimental probability MOV--- Contextualization, localization, gender
fair and integrations across learning areas like
Eastern Visayas has 13 contigents, so the number of games Science and Araling Panlipunan and within
our volleyball team will be 6 games , learning area like predicting outcomes are
What is the theoretical probability Ormoc team will be the observable.
champion?

The table below show the number of games and the results
of the game of the Team Ormoc.
Game 1 2 3 4 5 6
Result w l w w l W
What is the experimental probability the team Ormoc will
be the champion based on the table.

C. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills A. Guided Practice PPST Module1
#1 KRA 1, OBJ. # 1
MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 1
-Applies knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas.
MOV---English concept like predicting ( what is
likely to happen )and noting details are
Miguel wants to find the probability of getting a head. He integrated.
tosses a fair coin 20 times and recorded the results in a table
as shown.
Ask:

outcome Tallies No. of Times


Obtained
Head IIII –II
Tail III
-What is the theoretical Probability of getting the head?
What is the experimental probability of getting the tail

C. Discussing new concepts and practicing new Guided Practice PPST Module1
skills #2 LCS SPG WILL HAVE THE ANNUAL KRA 1, OBJ. # 1
ELECTION, FOUR PUPILS PEDRO, ANDY , MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 1
JANE AND REA FILE FOR THE PRESIDENT -Applies knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas.
PEDRO
MOV---Values like VOTING WISELY IS
ANDY INTEGRATED IN THE LESSON
JANE

REA

POST .THE TALLY OF THEIR VOTES ARE


SHOWN BELOW.

WHAT IS THE THEORITICAL PROBABILITY


THAT PEDRO WILL WIN THE POSITION ? if
you are going to vote to whom you want
to cast your vote?
What is the experimental probability of
Andy to win the position?

.
D. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Independent Practice PPST Module1
Assessment 3) Pair Share: KRA 1, OBJ. # 1
MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 1
-Applies knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas.
MOV---Values integration like generosity and
being safe in following directions are
integrated in the context of the selections
given.

There are 6 possible way for a die to turn up


What is the probability of rolling 1?, 2? 3?
What is the probability that an even number will occur ?
If you will try to roll for 5x, what is the probability to get 1?
E. Finding practical applications of concepts and Independent Practice : PPST MODULE 5
skills in daily living Group the students into 5 have each group perform the KRA 2, OBJ. # 5
following activity. MT I-IV RUBRIC, INDICATOR 4
Kate picks a ball at random fro a box containing identical balls -Manages learner behaviour constructively by
numbered from 1 to 9 . after she picks each ball , she records applying positive and non-violent discipline to
the number on the ball and puts it back into the box . She ensure learning-focused environment.
repeats this 30 times and the results of the experiment are MOV---To minimize and prevent misbehaviour,
shown in the table below. Find the theoretical and the house rules/ standards/guidelines are set
experimental probability of getting a ball with number ‘5’ before doing the activity.
OUTCOMES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MOV---Learners are given positive feedback
No. of 5 4 2 3 3 5 2 3 after each group sharing.
Times 3
Obtained PPST MODULE 6
KRA 2, OBJ. # 6
Setting the standard /guidelines in doing the group work -Uses differentiated, developmentally
appropriate learning experiences to address
learners’ gender, needs, strengths, interests
and experiences.
MOV---The learners are given differentiated
activities according to their strengths and
interests.
MOV---By applying differentiated activities
with rubrics, learners are ensured of their
active participation.

F. Making generalizations and abstractions about


the lesson How do we make prediction? Probability?
What is theoretical probability? Experimental probability?

G. Evaluating learning Dale conducted a survey of the students in PPST MODULE 10


his classes to observe the distribution of KRA 4, OBJ. 10
amount of baon . The table shows the results -Designs, selects, organizes and uses
of his survey. diagnostic, formative and summative
assessment strategies consistent with
Amount of baon 5 10 15 20
curriculum requirements.
Number 8 5 2 1 MOV---The use of formative assessment
consistent with curriculum requirements is
1. Find the experimental probability of each followed in order to interpret the result of the
amount learners’ progress.
5.00-_________
MOV—Formative questions are raised to
10:00________
learners to diagnose how far they have learned
15.00________
or if the objectives of the lesson are carried.
20:00_______
2. Based on the survey, what is the experimental probability that a
student in Dale’s class has 5 or 10 baon?

.
3 If the distribution of the amount of baon in Dale’s grade is similar to PPST MODULE 11
the distribution in his classes, about how many of the 360 students in his KRA 4, OBJ. 11
grade would be expected to have 5.00 baon.?
Monitors and evaluates learners’ progress and
achievement using learners’ attainment data.
MOV—Results of evaluation are monitored
. and reflected on the Learners’ Data in order to
support and assess learners’ progress and
achievement.

H. Additional activities for application or Assignment:


remediation Make a survey on how the people of barangay Linao
celebrates the annual fiesta in this year 2019.
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
B. No. of learners who earned 80% in the
evaluation
C. No. of learners who require additional activities
for remediation
D. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners
who have caught up with the lesson
E. No. of learners who continue to require
remediation
F. Which of my teaching strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
G. What difficulties did I encounter which my
principal or supervisor can help me solve?
H. What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by

Ma. Editha L. Ollave


Linao Central School

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