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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION III
DIVISION OF NUEVA ECIJA

T. ADOR DIONISIO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


MALAPIT, SAN ISIDRO, NUEVA ECIJA

SEMI – DETAILED LESSON PLAN FOR UNDEFINED TERMS IN GEOMETRY

I) OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

a) know the undefined terms in geometry


b) find pleasure in understanding the topic while strengthening their faith in God
c) apply the concept of undefined terms in geometry in real world

II) SUBJECT MATTER:

TOPIC: Undefined terms in Geometry

REFERENCE: 1) Grade 7 Mathematics Patterns and Practicalities


Gladys C. Nivera

2) Global Mathematics
Irish Mae G. Magtagñob
Wilfredo A. Abrillo

MATERIALS: chalk board, chalks, powerpoint presentation, visual aids,


video presentation

III) TEACHING STRATEGIES:

A) PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES:

1) PRAYER

2) CHECKING OF ATTENDANCE
3) REVIEW OF PAST LESSON

GUIDE QUESTIONS:

1) What is Geometry?
2) What is the etymology of the word Geometry?

4) MOTIVATION:

Showing video presentation about how God created the Earth.

5) PRESENTATION OF THE NEW TOPIC TO THE STUDENTS.

B) PRESENTATION:

a) LECTURE/DISCUSSION:

Undefined Terms - building blocks of geometry.


- terms that can be described but can’t defined since it is
just an idea

Undefined Terms in Geometry:

POINT - It has no size, no width, no length and no thickness and use to indicate
location. A point is represented by a DOT.

LINE - It has length but no width and no thickness. It can be extended in both
directions forever.

PLANE- It has no thickness. It is a flat, two-dimensional surface that extends infinitely.


b) ACTIVITY 1 ( NAME ME ACTIVITY)

Materials: cut-outs, realia

Direction: The teacher will show object to the students. The student will
name the object and identify if it is a point, line or plane.
Putting some twist with this activity, the student need to form a
sentence by following the set of legends the teacher will give.
Those student who will get the correct sentence will have an
additional points for the next quiz.

c) ACTIVITY 2 ( PASS THE MESSAGE GAME)

Materials: Pictures, visual aid

Direction: Teacher will divide the class into two groups.


The teacher will show picture to student 1. Student 1 will
pass the name of the picture to student 2. Student 2 will
pass the name of the picture to student 3 and the process
will continue until the answer hits the last student. The
last student will run in front of the blackboard to get the
name of the picture, identify if it is a point, line or plane
and paste it in the indicated area. The first group
with the shorter time will win the game.

C) APPLICATION:

a) Explore your surroundings and cite at least ten (10) physical examples of each
kind of a point, line, and a plane.

D) GENERALIZATION:

1) What have you learned today?

2) Is it important for you to learn this topic? If yes, in what way?


IV) EVALUATION:

SHORT QUIZ:

A) Multiple Choice: Choose and write the letter of the correct answer on the space
provided before each number.

1) What do you call the building blocks of geometry?


a) undefined terms c) point
b) defined terms d) line?

2) What do you call the geometrical concept representing the point?


a) dash c) comma
b) dot d) apostrophe

3) What do you call the undefined term in geometry which has no length,
no width and no thickness?
a) plane c) point
b) line d) dot

4) What do you call the undefined term in geometry which can be extended in both
opposite directions forever?
a) line c) undefined terms
b) plane d) point

5) What do you call the flat two-dimensional undefined term in geometry


that extends forever?
a) point c) undefined terms
b) line d) plane

B) Identify whether the following object is a point, line or plane.

1) nail on a wall ____________

2) screen of a television ____________

3) edge of a wall ____________

4) ceiling ____________

5) dust of chalks ____________


V) ASSIGNMENT:

MOTIVATION: Showing pictures of dream houses.

1) Draw your own dream house and color it.


2) Research about different kinds of angles.

PREPARED BY:

JOHN PAUL ESPIÑA CANDO


Applicant