Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Division of Nueva Ecija
BONGABON CENTRAL SCHOOL
Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics I
I- Learning Objectives
a. Cognitive: Separate groups of objects into halves
b. Psychomotor: Identify one-half of a given set of objects c. Affective: Find pleasure in separating groups of objects into halves II- Subject Matter
a. Topic: Separating Group of Objects into Halves
b. Reference: BEC PELC II A 3.1
c. Materials: Show-me-boards, sets of real objects, puto
d. Value: Giving and Sharing Equally
III- Learning Experiences
Let us drill on recognizing ½ and ¼ of a whole.
Class, you will say ½ if you see ½ of a whole and ¼ if you see ¼ of a whole. 2. Review
Class, we will have an activity and please get one whole sheet of paper. Listen class,
All of pupils in Row I will draw ½ of a Pizza Pie,
In Row II will draw ¼ of a Bibingka,
In Row III will draw ½ of an Egg pie and in last row will draw ¼ of a Ball Time’s up! Show me your works.
Very good class
(The pupils answers depending on the flashcard)
(All of the pupils Show their Works)
Give yourself “Success Clap”
Class we have a visitor today. Do you like to meet him?
I will introduce to you Mr. Mathematics. He loves to cook puto, this morning he cooked four (4) putos. He is thinking of giving these to two (2) good children. Mr . Mathematics: Hello Grade one pupil, I am Mr. Mathematics, and how are you today? Oh, it’s nice to hear that, but anyway I’m so busy today and I will give these four putos to your teacher. Ma’am Ann I would like you to give these four putos to good children. Ma’am Ann: Thank you Mr. Mathematics for your time. I will give these four putos to two good children.Class, say good bye to Mr. Mathematics. Mr. Mathematics: good bye and study well grade one pupils.
B. Developmental Activities
I have here a four putos from Mr. Mathematics what do you think class? Are four putos delicious?
(The pupils do the “success clap)
Yes, Ma’am we like to meet him.
Hi Mr. Mathematics,
How are you today?
Good bye Mr. Mathematics.
Yes, ma’am the four putos are delicious. We would like to taste that.
Mr. Mathematics said that I will give these to the two good children. (I will show four putos) how I will separate these four putos to the two good children? How many will each child get? The one who could help me solve the problem will have a taste of Mr. Mathematics Putos. Let us see if your guesses are correct.
I need two volunteers to role play the two good children.
You are the child one and you are the child two, child one please stand at the right side and child 2 please stand at the left side of the table. I will give you each puto at a time until all the putos are given away. Child one and child two please count the number of your putos. The child one and two have the same number of putos, which are two. Does each child have the same number of putos?
What is ½ of four?
Let us do the activity one it is about role playing I will call three pupils Daniel, JM and Duane. I give you the situation and demonstrate how each set of objects can be separated into halves. Daniel you will role play the number one and the situation is “Mr. Mathematics has two cookies. He wants to share them with his two friends”.
(The child will answer in Chorus)Ma’am two? The two good children will receive two putos?
(Keith and Diane)
Child one: one puto, two putos
Child two: one puto, two putos
Yes ma’am they have the same number of putos which is two putos. ½ of four is two.
(Daniel wills role play the situation)
How many does each of his friends receive?
Very good Daniel, ½ of two is one, Daniel separated the two cookies into equal part whish is one. JM you will role play the situation number two...
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