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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region 02
Schools Division of Isabela
Sto. Domingo, Echague, Isabela

SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN

Teacher: MARK B.BUDUAN
Learning area: English for Academic and Professional Purposes
Teaching and date 02/20/19;1:00-2:30
time:
Quarter: Fourth
Content standard: understands the principles and uses of surveys, experiments and
scientific observations
Performance produces a well-written report for various disciplines
standard:

I. OBJECTIVE/S:
At the end of a 90-minute lesson, the students are expected to:
a. define and differentiate graph and chart;
b. describe the different type of graph; and
c. tabulate their gathered data and express it on appropriate graph and chart.
II. SUBJECT MATTER:
A. Topic: survey report
B. Material/s: PPT, Excel
C. Reference/s: PPT retrieve from:
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D. Learning Competency Code/s: CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-9
III. PROCEDURE:
A. Activities:
1. Preparatory activity
a. Greetings
b. Prayer
c. Attendance
B. Analysis:
a. Charts present information in the form of graphs, diagrams or tables. Graphs
show the mathematical relationship between sets of data. Graphs are one type
of chart, but not the only type of chart; in other words, all graphs are charts, but
not all charts are graphs. Charts are a large group of methods for presenting
information. Graphs provide one of those methods by presenting data in a
visual format.
C. Abstraction:
a. Class discusses the different types of graphs and charts.
1. Line graph
2. Bar graph
3. Pie graph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region 02
Schools Division of Isabela
Sto. Domingo, Echague, Isabela

4. Pictograph
5. Scatter-plot
D. Application:
a. Using excel students creates scenario where they can apply different types
of graph and charts.
IV. EVALUATION:
Student consolidate the data’s that were gathered beforehand, tabulate and express
them in appropriate graph and charts.

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