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School Grade Level

GRADES 1 TO 12
Teacher Learning Area Mathematics
DAILY LESSON LOG
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter 1st Quarter
Days ------------- Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of the four fundamental operations involving fractions and decimals.
The learner is able to apply the four fundamental operations involving fractions and decimals in mathematical problems and
B. Performance Standards
real-life situations.
The learner solves multi-step routine and non-routine problems involving The learner creates problems (with reasonable
division and any of the other operations of decimals, mixed decimals and answers) involving division without or with any of
C. Learning Competencies/
whole numbers including money using appropriate problem solving the other operations of decimals, mixed decimals
Objectives
strategies and tools. and whole numbers including money.

Numbers and Number


Numbers and Number
Numbers and Number Sense
Sense Numbers and Number Numbers and Number
Sense (Solves multi-step
(Solves multi-step Sense Sense
(Solves multi-step routine and non-
routine and non- (Creates problems (Creates problems
routine and non- routine problems
routine problems with reasonable with reasonable
routine problems involving division
involving division answers) involving answers) involving
involving division and any of the other
and any of the other division without or division without or
and any of the other operations of
II. CONTENT operations of with any of the other with any of the other
operations of decimals, mixed
decimals and mixed operations of operations of
decimals including decimals and whole
decimals including decimals, mixed decimals, mixed
money using numbers including
money using decimals and whole decimals and whole
appropriate problem money using
appropriate problem numbers including numbers including
solving strategies appropriate problem
solving strategies money) money)
and tools) solving strategies
and tools) M6NS-Ij-121.2 M6NS-Ij-121.2
M6NS-Ij-120.3 and tools)
M6NS-Ij-120.3
M6NS-Ij-120.3
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
Curriculum Guide in Curriculum Guide in Curriculum Guide in Curriculum Guide in Curriculum Guide in
A. References
Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6
Lesson Guide In Lesson Guide in Lesson Guide in Lesson Guide in Lesson Guide in
1.Teachers Guide pages
Mathematics pages Mathematics 6, pages Mathematics 6, pages Mathematics 6, pages Mathematics 6, pages
2.Learners Materials
pages
3.Textbook pages Elementary Elementary Elementary Elementary Elementary
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
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pages pages pages Pages Pages
4.Additional Materials
from Learning LRMDS LRMDS LRMDS LRMDS LRMDS
Resources (LR) Portal
Worksheets in Worksheets in Worksheets in Worksheets in Worksheets in
B. Other Learning Resources
Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6 Mathematics 6
IV. PROCEDURE
Drill: Division of The teacher recalls and The teacher recalls and The teacher recalls and The teacher recalls and
flashcards. reviews on what are the reviews on what are the reviews routine and reviews the elements
Review: Recall on steps on solving word steps on solving word non-routine solving on creating problem.
A. Reviewing previous
dividing simple decimal problem. problem. problems involving
lessons or presenting the
numbers. division of decimals,
new lesson
mixed decimals and
whole numbers
including money.
The teacher shows and The teacher shows and The teacher presents a
presents problem presents problem Motivation: given data and let the
opener on dividing opener on dividing Read and study this children creates their
decimals. decimal and mixed problem.
Father gave Carla P120 for his own problem.
decimals and whole allowance. Mother gave him another
Motivation? Problem Opener: numbers including P135. How much did Andy have after
spending.
Do you have Mang Tisoy brought money.
allowance? 2 bags of onions to
What did you do with market. One bag Problem Opener:
B. Establishing a purpose for
your allowance? weighed 8kg and the Aling Rosie bought Can you solve the
the lesson
Did you save some of other bag weighed a 50kg sack of sugar problem? Why not?
it? 6.5kg. He repacked the for P1,000.00. She What is needed
onions in plastic bags packed it into 2.5 information to solve the
of 0.25 kilogram per kilograms per pack and problem?
pack and sold each sold each pack for
pack for P12.50. How P70.00. How much did
much will he get if all she gain?
the packs were sold?

C. Presenting The teacher shows and From the problem From the problem The teacher shows The teacher discusses
examples/instances of presents problem opener, the teacher opener, the teacher jumbled word phrases to them how create or
the new lesson opener involving discusses and shows to discusses and shows to problems on the board make problems
division of decimal the pupils on how to the pupils on how to and let them arrange it involving division of
numbers. solve word problem. solve word problem. to form a word decimals, mixed
problem. decimals and whole

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Problem Opener: The teacher informs the The teacher informs the numbers including
Rico wants to buy a pupils the objective for pupils the objective for Problem Opener: money with reasonable
battery-operated toy the day. the day. They have 48 cups of buko salad. answers. (Teacher
car which cost P587.50, Modelling)
How many servings can be made?
He already save
P150.00 and his Ninong A cafeteria is offering buko salad for
gave him P200.00. If he desert.
saves P12.50 a day
from his allowance, Each serving is 2/3 of a cup.
how long will it take
him to save the rest of
the money to buy the
toy car?

The teacher discusses The teacher discusses The teacher discusses The teacher discusses
further and analyse the further and gives more further and gives more to them how create or
problem by answering examples on dividing examples of routine make problems
the following problem. routine and non-routine and non-routine involving division of
1, What is asked in the word problem involving problem solving decimals, mixed
problem? decimals and mixed involving division of decimals and whole
D. Discussing new concepts 2. What are the given decimals. (Teacher whole numbers and numbers including
and practicing new skills facts? Modelling) decimals including money with reasonable
The teacher asks the
#1 3. What are the hidden money (Teacher answers. (Teacher
pupils to come on the
question? Modelling) Modelling)
board and formulate
4. Write the
some problems based
mathematical
on the reasonable data
expression for each
given. (Guided
hidden questions.
Practice)
5. What is the answer?
The teacher gives more The teacher asks the The teacher asks the The teacher asks the
example. pupils to solve some pupils to solve some pupils to come on the
E. Discussing new concepts problems on the board problems on the board board and formulate
and practicing new skills involving division of involving division of some problems based
#2 decimals and mixed decimals and mixed on the reasonable data
decimal numbers. decimal numbers. given. (Guided
(Guided Practice) (Guided Practice) Practice)
F. Developing Mastery The teacher groups the The teacher groups the The teacher groups the The teacher groups the The teacher groups the
pupils in to four and pupils in to four and pupils in to four and pupils in to four and pupils in to four and
collaboratively solves collaboratively solves collaboratively solves collaboratively collaboratively
the problems involving the problems involving the problems involving formulates problem formulates problem
division of decimal division of decimals division of decimals based the data given based the data given
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numbers including and mixed decimal and mixed decimal by the teacher or by by the teacher or by
money. (Group numbers. (Group numbers. (Group themselves. (Group themselves. (Group
Practice with Practice with Practice with Practice with Practice with
different activities) different activities) different activities) different activities) different activities)
The teacher give more The teacher gives more The teacher gives more The teacher asks the The teacher asks the
problem then ask pupils problem then ask pupils problem then ask pupils pupils to create pupils to create
to solve on the board. to solve on the board. to solve on the board. problems individually problems individually
G. Finding practical
(Independent (Independent (Independent based on the data based on the data
applications of concepts
Practice / board Practice) Practice) given with reasonable given with reasonable
and skills in daily living
work) answers. answers.
(Independent (Independent
Practice) Practice)
The teacher asks the The teacher asks the The teacher asks the The pupils are asked on The pupils are asked on
pupils on what are the pupils on how to solve pupils on how to solve what are the elements what are the elements
H. Making generalizations steps in dividing routine and non-routine routine and non-routine needed in making and needed in making and
and abstractions about decimals? problems involving problems involving creating problems. creating problems.
the lesson division of decimals division of whole
and mixed decimal numbers and decimals
numbers. including money
I. Evaluating learning Solve the following The teacher provides The teacher provides Create a problem using The teacher provides
problem using the and gives evaluation to and gives evaluation to the given data. Then them reasonable data
steps on solving word the class involving how the class about routine solve the problem. and asks them to
problem. to solve routine and and non-routine create problems with
1. Lerma and her non-routine problems problems involving 1. Given: P65.50 reasonable answers.
classmates went involving division of division of whole cost of a meter
on swimming. decimals and mixed numbers and decimals 6.4meters
They spent decimal numbers. including money. needed
P1,206.25 for Asked: total cost of the
food and cloth
P1,172.50 for Problem:
transportation ________________
and entrance
fees. They got
P1,196.75 from
the club funds
and each one
share P98.50 to
pay for the
remaining
expenses. How
many shared in
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the amount?

The teacher gives The teacher gives The teacher gives Create a word problem
enrichment problems to enrichment problems to enrichment routine and by completing the data
the pupils involving the pupils involving non-routine problems needed. Then solve the
division of decimals subtracting of simple to the pupils involving problem.
including money. fractions and mixed addition of simple 1. If the exchange
J. Additional activities for
numbers. fractions and mixed rate is _____to a
application or
numbers. dollar, how much
remediation
will a tourist get
from exchanging
______.
Solution and answer:

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% of the
formative assessment
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners
who have caught up with
the lesson.
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation.
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor
can help me solve?

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G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?

Checked by: Monitored/Observed by:

_________________________ ______________________________
Elementary School Principal (EPS/PSDS/School Head)

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