Materials Required: FRACTIONAL CHARTS, REAL OBJECTS
Activity Time: 2:10-3:10 PM
Concepts Taught: Solves word problem involving addition in similar fraction

A SAMPLE LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS GRADE FOUR
USING BLOCK MODEL APPROACH
I. Objective
Solves word problem involving addition in similar fraction
{Learn to be generous all the time}
II. Subject Matter
A. Solving word problem involving addition in similar fraction B. BEC-PELC, Mathematics 4, Textbook, pp. 105-106
C. Textbooks, flashcards, charts, show-me-board, cut-out objects III. Learning Procedure
A. Drill
Identify whether the given fraction is proper or similar fraction 1. 5/4
2. 1/5
3. 6/8
B. Review

Tell whether each given example is similar or dissimilar fraction 1. 2/4, 1/2, 1/3
2. 3/5, 1/5, 2/5
3. 1/8, 3/8, 5/8
C. Motivation
*(Hanapin mo ang kasama ko)
*Finding the pair of object in order to form a similar fraction and after that adding all the newly found objects by using their corresponding fraction as written on the object. B. 1. Presentation

Amy and Iris were invited in a party. Amy eats 2/4 of the whole cake, and Iris eats twice as much Amy has eaten. How many parts of the cake they have eaten in all? Amy-
2/4
Iris-
4/4
Now, we will use shaded and not shaded blocks to represent the parts of the cake that they have eaten in all. So, out of six parts of the cake, Amy has eaten two parts of it, while Iris has eaten four parts of it. Thus, the shaded blocks represent the total parts of the cake they have eaten in all. Therefore; 2/4+4/4= 6/4 or 1 and 2/4

6/4- total parts of the cake did Amy and Iris have eaten in all. 2. How many parts of the cake did Amy and Iris eat in all?
3. In adding similar fraction, simply add the numerators and copy the denominators of each fraction, reduce it to the lowest term if necessary. 4. How will you add similar fractions?
5. Find the sum
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