Lesson Plan in Mathematics Iv Bar Graph

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LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS IV

I. OBJECTIVES

Cognitive:Identify the bar graph.
Psychomotor:Read and interpret data presented in a bar graph using the following parts:
* Title
* Number Scale
* Labels
Affective:Appreciate the importance of bar graph
Show helpfulness towards other member of the group.

II. SUBJECT MATTER

Skills:Reading and interpreting bar graph
Reference:BEC-PELC V.A 1.1 & 1.2
Teacher’s Workbook
Textbook in Math IV
Materials:Pieces of cartolina, cut outs, picture, and graph
Value:Helping one another and sharing’s one’s ideas

III. LEARNING EXPERIENCE

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A. Preparatory Activity 1. DrillAnalyse the bar graph.Primary School Enrollment 600
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Complete each sentence. 1. The title of the graph is ________. 2. The number scale is __________. 3. The label on the horizontal axis is ____. 4. The label on the vertical axis is ______. 2. ReviewLast week we discuss about the “Parts of a graph” right?Now, who can give me the parts of a bar graph?Now, I have here an example of a bar graph and you are going to study it and answer the questions followed.BOOKS SOLD IN MAY Number of Books Sold

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Question: 1. What is the title of the graph? 2. What is the number scale? 3. What information is on the horizontal axis? 4. What is the label on the vertical axis? 3. Motivation * Look on the board * Analyse the picture separate and count the number of different animals. * The number of pets there is sold from the pet shop. Daily sold Pet in Jasmine Pet Shop Number of Pets Sold

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* How many cats were sold? * How many birds were sold? * How many fish were sold? * How many dogs were sold? B. Developmental ActivitiesClass how do you call to the different data that I present to you?Very good those are bar graph.BAR GRAPH – uses bars of different of different height or lengths to show and compare information.There are two kinds of bar graph * Horizontal bar graph * Vertical bar graphThe information in a bar graph can be read and interpreted using the title, number scale, and labels.It’s that clear class? Do you have any question?Example:Favorite Cartoon Characters of Grade 4 Pupils Number of Pupils

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This is an example of a vertical bar graph. How many pupils prefer Sponge Bob? To answer the question, look for the bar labelled “sponge bob”. This is on the horizontal axis. From here, find the number on the scale where the bar ends. The bar for cartoons ends at 25. So, 25 pupils prefer sponge bob.It’s that clear? 1. Who prefer most number of the cartoon character? 2. How many pupils prefer to Dora? 3. Who prefer least number of cartoon characters? 4. How many more cartoon character did prefer hello kitty than Dora?2. ActivityGroup 1 & 3Read and interpret the bar graph and answer the questions that follow.Native Bag Production 300

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1. What is the title of the graph? 2. How many bags were produced in the month of April? 3. Which month gave biggest number of native bag? 4. How many native bags were produced by month of January and February? 5. Which month gave least number of native bags?Group 2 & 4Read and interpret the bar graph and answer the questions that follow.Number of Pupils Number of Pupils in Grade IV

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