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DAILY LESSON LOG School Guitnangbayan Elementary School Grade Level V Teacher Jon Miel M. Peros Learning Areas MAth Teaching Dates and Time July 19-23, 2017 Quarter First Quarter Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday I.
OBJECTIVES
1. Solve routine and non-routine problems involving factors and multiples and divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. 2. Analyze routine and non-routine problems involving factors and multiples. 3. Work cooperatively in group activities. 1. Solve routine and non-routine problems involving factors and multiples and divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. 2. Analyze routine and non-routine problems involving factors and multiples and divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. 3. Work cooperatively in group activities 1. Find the factors of a given number. 2. Identify the factors of a given number 3. Show talents on creativity 1. Solves mathematical expressions using PMDAS or GMDAS rule. 2. Explains and interprets mathematical expressions using PMDAS or GMDAS rule. 3. Show respect to the people in the community. Weekly test
A.
Content Standards
1.demonstrates understanding of whole numbers up to 10 000 000. 2. demonstrates understanding of divisibility, order of operations, factors and multiples, and the four fundamental operations involving fractions
B.
Performance Standards
1. is able to recognize and represent whole numbers up to 10 000 000 in various forms and contexts. 2. is able to apply divisibility, order of operations, factors and multiples, and the four fundamental operations involving fractions in mathematical problems and real-life situations.
C.
Learning Competencies/Objectives Write the LC code for each
solves routine and non-routine problems involving factors, multiples, and divisibility rules for 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11, and 12. M5NS-Ic-59 Lesson Guide in Elem. Math Gr. 5 p.57 solves routine and non-routine problems involving factors, multiples, and divisibility rules for 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11, and 12. M5NS-Ic-59 Lesson Guide in Elem. Math Gr. 5 p.57 creates problems(with reasonable answers) involving factors, multiples and divisibility rules. M5NS-Ic-60 states, explains, and interprets Parenthesis, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction (PMDAS) or Grouping, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction (GMDAS) rule. M5NS-Ic-61.2
II.
CONTENT
THE CONSTRUCTIVISM APPROACH Direct Instruction THE CONSTRUCTIVISM APPROACH (Thinking Skills) Integrative Approach (Scaffold Knowledge Integration) REFLECTIVE APPROACH (Self Evaluation and Self Reflection)
III.
LEARNING RESOURCES
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A.
References 1.
Teacher’s Guide
pages 2.
Learner’s Material
pages 3.
Textbook pages
4.
Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal
LCTG Page: ______ LAA Page:_______ Lesson Guide in Elem. Math Grade 5 pp. 57 Math for Life V pp. 104-107 LCTG Page: ______ LAA Page: _______ Lesson Guide in Elem. Math Grade 5 pp. 57 Math for Life V pp. 104-107 Math for Life 5 pages 104-107 Learn and Experience Math V, page 124
Lesson Guide in Mathematics 5 pages 13-16
B.
Other Learning Resources IV.
PROCEDURES A.
Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson
1. Pre-Assessment (Activating Prior Knowledge) Work in Pairs Is the number to the left of each number divisible by the number at the top of each column. Write YES or NO in each box
2 3 4 5 6 9 95 12 28 58 50
a. Write the factors of the followiing numbers. 1. 84 2. 108 3. 144 b. What are the multiples of the following numbers? 12- 8- Classify whether the give number is a prime or composite. a.28 f. 91 b.68 g. 82 c.17 h. 113 d.105 i. 99 e.36 j. 405 Answer the following. a.What are the first five multiples of 8? b.What number is the fifth multiple of 3? c.What is the number if 5 is added to the second multiple of 4? d.What is twice the third multiple of 5? e.20 is nth multiple of 4. What is n?
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B.
Establishing a purpose for the lesson
Watch a video about factors and multiples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCGdGielcBs Watch a video regarding factor, multiples and divisibility rules. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IT601cD8AEo Who has a sari-sari store? Do you help in selling some goods in your store? How can you attract buyers to patronize your sari-sari store? Ask the pupils about the occupation of their parents. Let them tell how they help their parents earn a living.
C.
Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson
Answer: 1. What have you seen in the video? 2. How did they define the word multiple in the video? Factor? 3. What are the multiples of 3? 4. What are the factors of 10? What do you see in the video? How do we get factor and multiples of a given number? What are the different divisibility rules? Can you cite some of them Teaching and Modelling (Problem Opener) Clarita has 36 pieces of eggs and 36 trays. She wants to help her mother on how to arrange the eggs in a tray make them attracted to the customers. What are the possible arrangements she can do? Teaching and Modelling (Problem Opener) Samuel was helping his mother in their store when a delivery man delivered 20 dozens of eggs at P42 a dozen. If the delivery man gave him a change of P160,
how much is Samuel’s money?
Was he right in asking for a change of P260 if his money was P1000? Why?
D.
Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1
a.Divide the class into 5 groups and let them analyze the problem by answering the guide questions. b.Recall the Standards in having a group activity. c.Discuss the rubrics in assessing their group performances. Joseph sells newspapers and bottles to earn money to buy a gift for her mother. He earns P11 per day. He will buy a blouse amounting to P319. How many days will he sell newspaper and Teaching and Modeling (Exploratory Activity) The students at Johnny's school need to form teams for field day. Each team must have the same number of students which will not be less than 100, and every student at the school must be on a team. If there are 942 students at Johnny's school, how many teams could the students form? 2. Analysis and Abstraction:* a. How many members should there be in a team? b. How many students are there at
Johnny’s school?
c. d. What is being asked in the problem? e. What are the given facts? How many pieces of eggs Clarita had? How many possible arrangements of eggs clarita could make? List down all the possible arrangement. Possible arrangements: 1 tray with 36 eggs 6 trays with 6 eggs each2 trays with 18 eggs each12 trays with 3 eggs each 3 trays with 12 eggs each18 trays with 2 Ask the following questions: a.Who helped mother in the store? b.Who delivered dozens of eggs? c.How many dozens of eggs were delivered to them? d.If you were Samuel: -Will you help your family earn a living? Why? -Will you keep the change given by the delivery man? Why e.What are the given data? f.What are the operations to be used? g.Let them evaluate the expression they are formulated
4 bottles to buy the blouse for her mother? f. What should be done to solve the problem? g. Show your solution, step by step. eggs s each4 trays with 9 eggs each 36 trays with 1 egg each P160 + (20 x P42) P160 + P840 P1000 money of Samuel h.Require them to analyze the operations they used in arriving at the exact change.
E.
Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2
Work in Pairs 1. Which of the following is true? I. 50629240 is divisible by 4 & 8 II. 2062923 is divisible by 6 III. 6290524 is divisible by 8 A) Only I B) Both I & II C) Only III D) I, II & III 2. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 2 by not by 3? A) 5233 B) 6721 C) 2033 D) 6022 3. What is the number of integers between 101 and 199 which are exactly divisible by 5 or 7? A) 32 B) 31 C) 30 D) 29 E) None Work in Pairs Read and analyze the following. 1. Which of the following numbers are divisible by 2, 5 and 10? (i) 149 (ii) 19400 (iii) 720345 (iv) 125370 (v) 3000000 2. Check whether the numbers are divisibility by 4: (i) 23408 (ii) 100246 (iii) 34972 (iv) 150126 3. In each of the following numbers without doing actual division, determine whether the first number is divisible by the second number: (i) 3409122; 6 (ii) 17218; 6 (iii) 11309634; 8 (iv) 515712; 8 List all the factors of a given number. a.12 f. 17 b.64 g. 27 c.80 h. 93 d.30 i. 50 e.45 j. 100 Ella was absent for a week because she was sick. When she went to school, she had to take a test. Let us help Ella answer her test. a.2 x 3 + 4 = b.7 x ( 9 - 3 ) = c.18
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( 12÷2 ) + 4 = d.35
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6 x 3 = e.(48 ÷ 12 ) + 8
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2 =
F.
Developing mastery
Read and answer the following problems. Read and answer the following problems. 1. A new stadium will have 3,522 seats. The stadium designer wants to divide the Tell whether the first number is a factor of the Evaluate the expression a.8 + 4 ÷ (2 + 2 )= b.5 x 8 ÷ 4= c.65
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81 ÷ 9 =

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