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# School: SAN JOSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level: VI

## Teacher: ANNALICE R. QUINAY Learning Area: MATHEMATICS

Teaching Dates and Time: JANUARY 3—5, 2018 (WEEK 9) Quarter: 3RD QUARTER

## MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

I. OBJECTIVES The learner…..
A. Content Standard demonstrates understanding of rate and speed, and of area and surface area of plane and solid/space figures.
B. Performance Standard is able to apply knowledge of speed, area, and surface area of plane and solid/space figures in mathematical problems and real-life
situations
C. Learning Competencies / New Year’s Day Holiday visualizes and describes surface area and visualizes and describes surface area and visualizes and describes surface area
Objectives names the unit of measure used for measuring names the unit of measure used for and names the unit of measure used
the surface area of cubes and prisms. measuring the surface area of cylinders and for measuring the surface area of
M6ME-IIIi-9 pyramids cones and spheres.
derives a formula for finding the surface area M6ME-IIIi-9 M6ME-IIIi-9
of cubes and prisms derives a formula for finding the surface derives a formula for finding the
M6ME-IIIi-92 area of pyramids and cylinders. surface area of cones and spheres.
M6ME-IIIi-92 M6ME-IIIi-92
Measurement Measurement
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages 21ST Century Mathletes, 108-112

## 2. Learner’s Materials pages 21st Century Mathletes 6, p. 272-285

3. Textbook pages 21st Century Mathletes 6, p. 272-285
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR) Portal
B. Other Learning Resources Mathletes 6 textbook, power point presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson Mental Computation Drill: Solving for Areas of Drill: Match the picture w/ the formula for Find the area of the ff.:
or presenting the new Plane Figures the area:
lesson Play “Pass-It-On”
a)Teacher divides the class into 6 groups (per
column).
b)Teacher instructs the pupils in front to prepare
1
a piece of paper ( 4 sheet), which will be the
c)Teacher shows a picture of a plane figure with
given dimensions. For example:
6m
10 cm 5m

20 m 6 dm 10 m Review:
8m Find the surface area of a cube with a
side of length 3 cm
d)Pupils in front solve mentally for the area and
Solution:
write their answer on the piece of paper, with
Given that s = 3
the proper label.
Surface area of a cube = 6s2 = 6(3)2 =
e)Teacher shows another picture of a plane
Review: Find the surface area of the
figure with given dimensions. 54 cm2
ff. cylinders and pyramids.
f)The pupils in front pass the paper to the one Calculate the surface area of the following
behind them who, in turn, solve mentally for the prism.
area. Solution:
g)Continue this until everyone in the group or There are 2 triangles with the base = 4 cm
column has participated. and height = 3 cm.
h)Teacher gives the correct answers. Area of the 2 bases
i)The group with the correct answer and label = 12 cm2
gets 2 pts. 1 rectangle with length = 7 cm and width =
j)The group with the most number of points wins. 5 cm
Review: Formulas in Solving for the Areas of the Area = lw = 7 × 5 = 35 cm2
Following: Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, 1 rectangle with length =7cm and width
Trapezoid, Triangle 3m
Give one example each for the above shapes. Area = lw = 7 × 3 = 21 cm2
These may be in the form of a word problem or a 1 rectangle with length = 7 cm and width
picture with given dimensions. Let the class 4m
solve for the area of each. Area = lw = 7 × 4 = 28 cm2
The total surface area is 12 + 35 + 21 + 28
= 96 cm2
We can also use the formula
Surface area of prism = 2 × area of base +
Ans.: L.A. = 2340 units2;
perimeter of base × height
SA = 3240 units2
= 2 × 6 + (3 + 4 + 5) × 7 = 96 cm2
B. Establishing a purpose for Show a cube. The teacher will show pictures of a The teacher will show pictures of an
the lesson Ask: sardines can and a tent. Tell the pupils ice cream cone and a ball. Tell the
1)How many faces does it have ? that these are examples of space figures. pupils that these are examples of
2)What is the shape of each face? space figures.
3)Are the faces congruent?
4)What is the formula for the area of square?
b)Show a rectangular prism.
1)How many faces does it have?
2)Which faces are congruent?
3)What is the shape of each face?
4)What is the formula for the area of a
rectangle?
c)Show a cylinder, cone, pyramid, and sphere.
Ask questions similar to the ones above.
C. Presenting Present the ff. problem in the class. If we cut a label from a sardine can, we Surface Area of a Cone:
Examples/Instances of new 1. Mother is celebrating her birthday. Her will see that the label is a rectangle. The Let us use a net to help see how the
lesson children prepared a gift for her. They height or width of the rectangle is the formula for the surface area of a
have a gift wrapping paper that height of the can. The base length of the right cone is derived. (See page
measures 900 square inches. Each edge rectangle is the circumference of the can. 2770
of the box is 12 inches. Do you think the
children have enough wrapping paper to
The pupils will investigate the ff.
a.Name of the solid Surface Area of a Cylinder:
b.Number of faces The lateral area of a cylinder is the
c.Shapes of faces product of the circumference of the base the surface area of a cone is the
and the height of the cylinder. sum of the lateral area (L.A.)) and
L.A. = 2πrh area of its base (B)
The surface area of a cylinder is the sum To find the L.A., imagine cutting the
of the lateral areas of the 2 bases. lateral surface into wedges and
Surface Area = L.A. + 2B arranging the wedges to form a
Example: Find the surface area of the can figure like a parallelogram.
of milk belowt. Use π= 3.14 Example: Find the surface area of
the ice cream cone at the right. Use
π= 3.14
D. Discussing new concepts Ask the ff. questions: Surface Area of Pyramids: Surface area of a Sphere:
and practicing new skills #1 a. What is the name of the solid figure? The surface area of a pyramid is the sum The area of the circle that contains
(cube) of the areas of all the faces, including the the center of the sphere is πr2
b. How many faces does it have?(6 faces) base. We can use the net to find a general
c. What is the shape of the faces? (square) formula that will help us find the surface
d. How do we know that the wrapping area of a pyramid.
paper is enough? Present to the class
the net of the cube.
It would take exactly 4 of these
circles to wrap the sphere
Example:Find the surface area of the right completely.
square pyramid below.
Find the area of each face. Explain the solution.
Example: Find the surface area of
Area of a square= s x s
the basketball at the right with a
= 12 x 12
radius 0f 4.89 dm. Round your
=144 square inches
answer to the nearest tenths.
Total area of all faces = 144 x 6 = 864 sq. inches
Therefore, the children have enough wrapping
paper to cover the gift. How do you call the total
area of all the faces of a solid figure?

## a.Define surface area. Page. 273

b. Based on the answers to the above questions,
derive the formula for the surface area of a cube.
E. Discussing new concepts Present the problem on page 272. Group Activity: Discuss how to get the surface area
and practicing new skills #2 Gerald owns an antique shop. He is refinishing a of a cone and sphere. Let the group
rectangular jewelry box shown below. The can of answer the ff. activities:
varnish he is using is enough liquid left in it to
cover 30 cm2 is there enough varnish left in the
can to refinish the jewelry box?
Discuss the content on page 272 -273 of 21st
Century Mathletes Textbook.
Let the pupils derive the formula in finding the
surface area of a prism.

## Evaluate the following problems. (Take π =

3.14 and round to the nearest hundredths)
1) Calculate the surface area of a cylinder with
diameter of 32 cm and height 20 cm.

Area = cm2
2) Calculate the surface area of a cylinder with
diameter of 14 cm and height 30 cm.

Area = cm2
3) A steel pipe has an outer radius of 6 cm and
an inner radius of 5.6 cm. It has a length of 12
cm.
a) Find the area of the outer curved surface of
the pipe.

## Area of outer curved surface = cm2

b) Find the area of the inner curved surface of
the pipe.

## Area of outer curved surface = cm2

c) Find the total surface area of the pipe.

## Total area = cm2

F. Developing mastery Activity (in groups of 5) Activity (in groups of 5) Activity (in groups of 5)
(Leads to Formative 1)Give each group a spatial figure. For example, 1)Give each group a spatial figure. For 1)Give each group a spatial figure.
Assessment) a shoe box. example, a sardines can, a milk can, a For example, cone , a ball, a globe,
2)Let each group measure the dimensions of paper weight shaped like a pyramid. etc.
their spatial figure and solve for its surface area. 2)Let each group measure the dimensions 2)Let each group measure the
3)Presentation for each group follows of their spatial figure and solve for its dimensions of their spatial figure
surface area. and solve for its surface area.
3.) write the correct unit of measure of 3.) write the correct unit of measure
each object. of each object.
4)Presentation for each group follows 4)Presentation for each group
follows
G. Finding practical Group Activity: Write the formula then solve. Group Activity: Write the formula then Group Activity: Write the formula
applications of concepts Write the unit of measure to be used in each solve. Write the unit of measure to be then solve. Write the unit of
and skills in daily living problem. used in each problem. measure to be used in each
1)a cube whose edge is 15 cm problem.
2.)Cube: s=18cm
3.Rectangular Solid: l=18 cm, w= 7 cm, h=9 cm
1.

2.
4.) 1.

3.

5.)
2.
4.

3.
4.

5.

H. Making generalizations and What is surface area? What is surface area? What is surface area?
abstractions about the The surface area of a solid object is a measure of The surface area of a solid object is a The surface area of a solid object is
lesson the total area that the surface of the object measure of the total area that a measure of the total area that
occupies. the surface of the object occupies. the surface of the object occupies.
How do we find the surface area of cubes? How do we find the surface area of a How do we find the surface area of
Prisms? cylinder? a cone?
A cube is a rectangular prism where all its sides The surface area of a cylinder can be The first step in finding the surface
are the same. The formula to find the surface found by breaking it down into three area of a cone is to measure the
area of a rectangular prism is A = 2wl + 2lh + parts: radius of the circle part of the cone.
2hw, where w is the width, the l is the length, The two circles that make up the ends of The next step is to find the area of
and the h is the height. To use this formula, we the cylinder. the circle, or base. The area of a
plug in our values and then evaluate. The side of the cylinder, which when circle is 3.14 times the radius
"unrolled" is a rectangle squared (πr2). Now, you will need to
Combining these parts we get the find the area of the cone itself. In
formula: order to do this, you must measure
area=2πr2 + 2πrh the side (slant height) of the cone.
where: Make sure you use the same form of
π is Pi, approximately 3.142 measurement as the radius.
r is the radius of the cylinder You can now use the measurement
h height of the cylinder of the side to find the area of the
How do we find the surface area of a cone. The formula for the area of a
pyramid? cone is 3.14 times the radius times
The area of the base is s . There is no the side (πrl).
formula for a surface area of a non- So the surface area of the cone
regular pyramid since slant height is not equals the area of the circle plus the
defined. To find the area, find the area of area of the cone and the final
each face and the area of the base and formula is given by:
add them. SA = πr2 + πrl
How do we find the surface area of
a cone?
To find the surface area of a
sphere, use the formula (4πr2),
where r = the radius of the circle
I. Evaluating Learning Evaluate item no. 1-12 on page 282-283 of Evaluate item no. 13-34 on page 282-284 Evaluate item no. 35-40 on page 284
Mathletes Textbook. of Mathletes Textbook of Mathletes Textbook.

## J. Additional activities for Answer Math Challenge on page 286-287

application and
remediation
V. Remarks
VI. REFLECTIONS
A. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
B. No. of learners who require
remediation who scored
below 80%
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 this work?

## F. What difficulties did I

encountered which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to
share with other teachers?
Prepared by:

ANNALICE R. QUINAY
Master Teacher 1
San Jose ES
San Pablo City