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SUDOKU COMPETITION

Grade 4 10
A simple but effective way for the students to exercise their mind in numbers is
playing Sudoku card. It will develop their critical thinking skills through patterns,
numbers and problem solving.

Objectives:

To develop critical thinking skills of the students and


Solve patterns on numbers.

Allotted time:

45 minutes

Procedures:

On September 11, 2015 (Friday), the teacher will start to introduce to the
students everything about the game SUDOKU: how to solve and understand
patterns on the game. So that it will be fair for each student to play because
all of them will know how to play the game.

The Sudoku game will be held on September 15, 2015 (Tuesday) on their
Mathematics class.

Students from grade 4 to 10 will be given a Sudoku card. There will be two
parts of the competition, 1st is the elimination round were in every students
will answer the Sudoku card given to them in 45 minutes on their
Mathematics time. Those who are able to answer correctly the Sudoku card
will advance to the next round. 2nd round will be held on September 16, 2015
(Wednesday) 4:00 5:00 PM, were in those students who pass the 1 st round
will compete to each other, the first student who answer correctly the Sudoku
card will name as the champion.

Use of time

5
Solved the
Sudoku
within 15
20 minutes

4
Solved the
Sudoku
within 21
30 minutes

Prepared by: Mr. Chester Paul S. Moreno

3
Solved the
Sudoku
within 31
40 minutes

2
Solved the
Sudoku
within 41
45 minutes

1
Not able to
solve the
Rubiks
cube within
the allotted
time.

Approved by: Ms. Cristina Joy Mendoza, CPA, Ma.Ed

RUBIKS CUBE COMPETITION


A simple but effective way for the students to exercise their mind in terms of
patterns is playing Rubiks Cube. It will develop their critical thinking skills through
patterns and reasoning.

Objectives:

To practice their thinking skills through analysing patterns of the students and
To appreciate the beauty of playing Rubiks cube.

Allotted time: 20 minutes


Procedures:
The teacher will announce to the students on September 14, 2015 (Monday) on
their mathematics class that there will be a Rubiks Cube competition on September
16, 2015 (Wednesday) and it will be held on their Mathematics time.
Mechanics:
Each student will bring their own Rubiks Cube. There will be two parts of the
competition, for the 1st round, it is the elimination round were in all students will
solve the Rubiks cube within 15 minutes and whoever the first one to solve will
advance to the 2nd round. On 2nd round those who advance from 1st round will
compete to each other and whoever the 1st one to solve the Rubiks cube will be
name as the Champion.
Use of time

Eagerness
of the
student

5
Solved the
Rubiks
cube
within 5
minutes

4
Solved the
Rubiks
cube
within 6 - 8
minutes

3
Solved the
Rubiks
cube
within 9
10 minutes

2
Solved the
Rubiks
cube
within 11
15 minutes

1
Not able to
solve the
Rubiks
cube within
the allotted
time.

After
solving the
Rubiks
cube
he/she
wants to try
again as

After
solving the
Rubiks
cube
he/she
dont want
to solve it

Dont know
how to
solve but
trying
his/her best
to solve the
Rubiks

Dont know
how to
solve and
show that
he/she is
not
interested

Those who
did not
bring their
own Rubiks
cube

many times
he/she can

again even
if she/he
has the
time to do

cube

to the
game

Prepared by: Mr. Chester Paul S. Moreno


Approved by: Ms. Cristina Joy Mendoza, CPA, Ma.Ed
Problem Solving
Grade 8
Learning is more effective if each individual can apply and experience what they
need to learn, in this project the students will be given a chance to solve and
analyse problems at same time they will be ask to present their work to their
classmates.

Objectives:

To develop the critical thinking skills and


Self-confidence of each student.

Allotted time: 5 minutes for each student

Mechanics:
The teacher will give each student a problem to solve, those problems are all
related to their topics in second quarter and it will required the use of Cartesian
Coordinate Plane.
Each student will create their own Cartesian plane and it will be their materials in
their presentation.
The students will be graded based on the Rubrics below:

Cartesian
Plane of the
student and
other
materials
Presentation

The Cartesian
plane is well
organized, and
it can used for
a long period
of time
The answer is
correct, the
presentation is
unique and it
is well
presented

The Cartesian
plane is
organize but it
is good for a
short period of
time
The answer is
correct the
presentation is
unique some
parts of the
presentation is
not clear.

The Cartesian
plane is
simple and
good only for
one use.

The student
did not bring
Cartesian
plane

There is some
corrections
with the
answer, the
presentation
was simple
but some
parts are
questionable.

The students
are not able to
answer
correctly and
do not do their
task.

Prepared by: Mr. Chester Paul S. Moreno


Approved by: Ms. Cristina Joy Mendoza, CPA, Ma.Ed
Math Snacks

Grade 9
One of the best situation that represents variation in real life situation are those we
interact every day in market, as the number of their working days increases the
amount of their income also increases, and that is exactly what is direct variation.

Objectives:

To experience the feeling of being a business men/women in a simple way


and
To Identify How Their learnings in Mathematics be apply in real life situation.

Procedure:
The grade 9 students will choose what product to sell on Friday after lunch and
Monday to Tuesday in their class time. They will sell the product on the said days
above, and on Wednesday they will discuss to the subject teacher their experience
and present how variation is apply in their project.
The students will be graded base of the rubrics below:

Preparation of the
Product

They are the one


who made their
product

They dont have


their product

Presentation

Well-presented
and the
application of
variation are
clearly elaborate

They have their


product but they
do not prepare by
themselves
Well-presented but
the application of
variation is not
elaborated

Do not have
presentation

Prepared by: Mr. Chester Paul S. Moreno


Approved by: Ms. Cristina Joy Mendoza, CPA, Ma.Ed

Math Student Teacher

Grade 10
Sometimes even if the topic was clearly understand by the students it is forgotten,
since the second periodic examination is now approaching it is good to have a
review for the upcoming examination, and it is more effective if the students itself
will be the one to conduct.

Objectives:

To recall the previous lessons in circles and


To develop the self-confidence of each student through teaching.

Procedure:

Each student will be given an assign topic to discuss to their classmates and it will
serve as their review for the upcoming periodic examinations. This will held during
their class time on Thursday (Oct. 1, 2015), Monday (Oct. 5, 2015) to Tuesday (Oct.
6, 2015).

The students will be graded base on the rubrics below:

Confidence

Delivery

Visual aids

5
The student are
confident to the
subject matter
The information
was well delivered.

3
The student are
nervous at some
part
There are some
questionable part
of the discussion

It is useful with the


presentation

The visual was


there but not
useful to the
presentation

It is pleasing to
eye

Prepared by: Mr. Chester Paul S. Moreno


Approved by: Ms. Cristina Joy Mendoza, CPA, Ma.Ed

1
The student is not
confident with the
subject matter.
The student are
not able to deliver
his/her assign
topic
There is no visual
aid