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# Pangasinan State University

Bayambang Campus
Laboratory Integrated School Elementary
Bayambang, Pangasinan

## A Detailed Lesson Plan

In Math 6
Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Submitted by:
Yesiska Mikaris Citra Tamara
SEA Teacher

Submitted to:

## Ms. Lilibeth L. Mateo

Supervising Instructor

## Date of teaching: September 5, 2018

I. OBJECTIVES
The students should be able to:
a) Follow the rules in subtracting mixed numbers.
b) Subtract mixed numbers.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Subject Matter : Subtracting Mixed Numbers
B. References : Math for Life 6, pages 10-17
C. Materials : Flashcards, worksheet
III. Procedures
TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

A. Drill
Subtract the following fraction.
5 2 4 2 7 5 7 3 Five fifths minus two fifth
- - - -9
5 5 6 6 5 5 9 Four sisxth minus two sixth
Seven fifths minus five fifth
Seven nine minus three nine
B. Review

How do we addition mixed numbers with similar In addition mixed numbers with similar fractional
fractional parts? parts, we subtract the whole numbers first, then
the numerators and retain the denominator then
combine.

## Solve the equation

5 3 5+3
58+38 (5+3) ( )
8
8+1
9

C. Motivation
Before we start our lesson, we will have a game Yes teacher.
entitled “The boat is sinking”. Are you familiar
with the game?
I will say a number and you will group yourself
Yes Teacher
according to the number given. For example. The
boat is sinking…. Group yourselves into 4. So
you will group yourselves consisting 4 pupils. Do
you understand?

2
Okay let’s start.

The boat is sinking group yourselves into: (They will play the game)

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D. Presentation
Take a book at the number sentence. How can we Subtract the whole numbers 3-1 = 2 then the
solve for the answer? 2 3
fractions 4 – 4

## Can you subtract 3 from 2?

No, teacher.
What are we going to do? We regroup the mixed number

What do you think is our topic today? Subtracting mixed numbers with similar
fractional parts involving regrouping.
Today we will learn about subtracting mixed
numbers.

E. Discussion
Let’s go back to the problem
4 3 6
24+ =24
4
3
6 3 3
24-14=14

## Since we cannot subtract 3 from 2 we have to

regroup the mixed number. How are we going to
do that?
4
3 could be express as 2 4
2
4 2
(2 + ) so the sum will be 6
4 4
2 4
So what is the new equation? 6 3 3
2 4 –1 4 = 1 4
Did you understand Grade 6? Yes, teacher!
2 4
Let’s try 12 8 – 9 8
What is the first thing to do? 2
We have to regroup 12 8

We can express 12 as
8 2 10
11 + = 11
8 8 8
2 10
After regrouping 12 into 11 . What is the new
8 8
equation?
10 4
11 –9 =
8 8

## What are we going to do next? Proceed in subtracting mixed numbers with

similar fractional parts
10 4 6
11 8
–9 8
=2 8
6
Is 2 in the lowest term?
8

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So what is the lowest term for 2 8 ? No, teacher
3
2
3 5 4
How about 10 4 – 7 4

4 5 3
How about 5 3 – 2 3 2 4 4 3 7
94+4=94

7 5 2 2 2
9 4 – 7 4 = 2 4 or 2 4 : 2 = 2
1
2

4
3 4 7
43+3=43

7 5 2
43–23= 2
3

F. Generalization
Class, what have you learned today? Subtracting mixed numbers with similar
fractional parts involving regrouping.

## What are the rules in subtracting mixed numbers?

If the first numerator can’t be subtract we have to
regroup the mixed number. Then proceed with
subtracting mixed number with similar fractional
parts.

G. Fixing Skills
Now count 1-7. So you will be the group 1, 2, 3, 4
(point) each member of the group will help to
solve the items.

3 4
1) 8 5 - 5 5
3 4
(1) 8 5 - 5 5 =

5 3 8
75 + =75
5

8 4 4
7 -55=25
5

4 5
2) 5 3 - 2 3 4 5
2) 5 3 - 2 3 =

3 4 7
43+3=43

7 5 2
4 -23=23
5 6 3
3) 8 3 - 3 3
5 6
3) 8 3 – 3 3 =

3 5 8
73+3 = 7 3
5
8 6 2
7 –33=43
3

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IV. Evaluation

## Subtract the following then simplify the answer.

2 5
1) 15 7 - 3 7

3 4
2) 13 -56
6

3 6
3) 15 - 12 8
8

5 6
4) 16 7 - 7 7

6 8
5) 10 7 - 7 7

V. Assignment
Solve the following mixed numbers then simplyfy.
5 6
1) 3 12 - 1 12

3 4
2) 4 6 - 2 6

2 3
3) 9 8 - 5 8

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