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GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: File created by Ma'am NORMITA B. PINEDA Learning Area: MATHEMATICS
DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: JUNE 18-22, 2018 (WEEK 3) Quarter: 1ST QUARTER

## MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards: The learner demonstrates understanding of the four fundamental operations involving fractions.
B. Performance Standards: The learner is able to apply the four fundamental operations involving fractions in mathematical problems and real-
life situations.
C. Learning Competencies/Objectives:
Write the LC Code for each M 6N S -Ic - 96 .2 M 6N S -Ic - 97 .2 M 6N S -Ic - 97 .2 M 6N S -Ic - 98 .2
The learner divides The learner solves routine The learner solves routine
simple fractions and mixed problems involving division problems involving division with The learner creates problems (with reasonable answers)
fractions. without any of the other any of the other operations of involving division without or with any of the other operations
operations of fractions fractions of fractions and mixed numbers.
and mixed fractions using and mixed fractions using .
appropriate problem appropriate problem
solving strategies and tools solving strategies and tools
correctly. correctly.
II. Content
Solving Routine Problems Solving Routine Problems Creating Problems (With Reasonable Answers) Involving
Involving Division Involving Division Division Without or With any other operations of Fractions
without any other operations with any other operations of and Mixed Fractions
Division of Fractions and Mixed
of Fractions and Mixed Fractions and Mixed Fractions
Numbers
Fractions Using Using
Appropriate Problem Appropriate Problem
Solving Strategies and Solving Strategies and
Tools Tools
II. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages

## 2. Learner’s Materials Pages

3. Textbook Pages

4. Additional Materials from BEAM LG Grade 6, Module 10 DLP Gr. 6 Module 40 BEAM LG Gr. 6 Module 10 BEAM LG Gr. 6 Module 10
Learning Resource (LR) portal pp. 6 – 7 BEAM LG Gr. 6 Module 10 p.
BEAM LG Gr. 6 Module 10 p. 32 33
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https://youtu.be/4aOVp
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III. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing Previous Lesson or Picture Equation: (Review of Group Game: The class will be
Presenting the New Lesson multiplying fractions) Students Group Activity: The class will be Collaborative Activity: The class Give a group activity to the divided into 5 groups. Each group
will be grouped into 5. Each divided in groups with five will be divided into 10 groups. class (see DLP Creating will make a problem similar to the
group will be given set of members. As a group, they will Each group will be given a Problemreview) Ask the one posted by the teacher. After
pictures illustrating various answer questions given by the worksheet to recall the concept following questions: making the problem, each group
fractions. What the pupils will teacher involving division of of division of fractions and its 1. How do you find the activity? will exchange their work and
do is to find the pictures of fractions. The group who will get application in problem solving. 2. What did you consider in answer the problems made by
fractions that will give the the highest score will be (Worksheet No. 4) Note: You arranging the phrases? 3. What the other group. “Mark makes
indicated product when declared the winner. can limit the number of groups can you say about the problems decorative candles. He has 3 2/3
multiplied. 1. 6/8 ÷ 2/5 formed? kg of wax at home and buys 5 1/4
2. 5 7/8 ÷ 3/5 4. Do you think it is easy to kg more. If he uses 3/7 kg of wax
Example: 2/ 3 𝑥 ¾ 3. 9 1/6 ÷ 5 make problems? for each candle, how many
4. 10 / 2 ÷ 4 1/4 candles can he make in all?”
5. 7/15 ÷ 3 1/5

B. Establishing a Purpose for the Ask the learners: 1. How did Ask the learners: Inform the class that the Facilitate the processing of the
Post a problem and instruct the
Lesson you arrive with your answer in 1. How do we divide fractions? target for today’s lesson is to pupils’ works.
learners to solve it using any
each one? (cite various examples given write interesting and
method. “There were 10 1/2
2. How do we multiply fractions different types of fractions, ex. challenging word problems
and mixed numbers? Dividing whole number by a for their classmates to solve.
equally shared with 21 street
3. In what instances do we fraction; a fraction by another Ask them what they already
children. What part of the bread
need to divide fractions and fraction etc.) know about creating word
did each child get?” Call for
mixed numbers? 2. How do we solve word problems.
volunteers to solve the problem
problems?
on the board. Allow the students
to explain their work and
compare it with the others.
C. Presenting Examples/Instances of Give an overview on dividing Introduce Polya’s 4 steps in To facilitate the presentation Introduce another way of
the Lesson fractions through video solving problems:  Understand Give a new set of problems of the lesson, refer to the crafting word problems, this
presentation. Direct solution: the problem What is asked? (combination of different attached DLP (“During the time given the mathematical
(https://youtu.be/hTIQ What are the given?  Devise a operations) and ask the pupils to lesson” part). sentences.
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(https://youtu.be/4aOV What is the number sentence?  other problems they have Formatted by DepEd Club
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complete solution?  Look back for more
and evaluate the solution Check
if the answer is correct. 1. Mother gave 2/7 of a cake to
Note: You may also show the her sister and 1/5 to her father. If
solution using bar mode she will divide the remaining cake
to her 3 children, what part of the
cake will each get? 2. Mike drank
1/2 glass of milk at breakfast, 2/3
glass at lunch and 4/5 glass at
dinner. If he has one bottle of
milk which is good for 6 glasses,
will it last for 4 days?
D. Discussing New Concepts and Think-pair-share: Using bar Think-pair-share: Two (2) Collaborative activity: Give
Practicing New Skills #1 models, divide the following problems will be posted and will Triads: The class will be divided this problem as an exercise
fractions. be solved by the pupils in pairs. into group of three. Each group (problem that was already
1. 8 ÷ 1/2 (refer to DLP Gr. 6 Module 40 will be provided with a task card. presented to them before):
2. 5/6 ÷ 3 pp. 6 – 7) (Worksheet No. 5) Mikka did 2/13 of a load of
3. 4/6 ÷ 1/3 laundry on Thursday and 5/13
4. 3 1/2 ÷ 1/3 of a load of laundry on Friday.
5. 1/5 ÷ 2 1/5 If she will still do laundry on
Saturday and Sunday, what
part of the remaining laundry
will each day have?

E. Discussing New Concepts and Collaborative Activity: The class Collaborative Activity: Give a After the activity, the teacher Collaborative Activity: Post
Practicing New Skills #2 will work on this activity in task card that each group will will ask the pupils their insights mathematical statements on the
groups. “Follow Me” Complete solve. (Refer to Worksheet 2 – and experiences while doing the board which the class will try to
instruction and activity sheets Let’s Investigate) A rubric on task. form word problems about.
could be found in BEAM LG Gr. how the work of the pupils be 1. 5 3/4 ÷ 4
6 Module 10 pp. 22-28 graded will also be provided. 2. 3 5 7 ÷ 2 3
(from BEAM LG Gr. 6 Module Write on the board the
10 pp. 32) problems that the pupils may
think. Then volunteers will solve
each problem on the board.

F. Developing Mastery Individual Activity: Find each Individual Activity: In their Individual Activity: Let the pupils Individual Activity: Let the pupils
(Leads to Formative Assessment 3) quotient. notebook, let the pupils solve solve the following individually. do the following individually.
1. 5/8 ÷ 2/3 these problems. 1. Margarita solicited 10 2/3 1. Write a problem similar to
2. 3 1/3 ÷ 2/5 1. Shane has a piece of rope litres of paint for the Brigada “Don Antonio has 7 7/8 hectares
3. 5 3/5 ÷ 4 that is 7 4/5 meters long. If he Eskwela. Their City Mayor gave of land. His wife has 2/3 of what
4. 4 1/2 ÷ 2 1/3 cuts it into pieces that are each their school another 7 2/5 litres he has. If they will divide their
5. 7/9 ÷ 2 3/4 3/5 of a unit long, how many of paint. If each classroom lands among their 7 children,
pieces does he have? needs 2 3/7 litres, how many what part will each child have?”
2. Dawn is making pan cakes classrooms can be painted? 2. Write a story problem that
for her friends. Each pan cake 2. Rona has 20 1/2 meters of shows: 3 5/7 ÷ 4/5 = �
requires 4 1/3 table spoon of cloth, she uses 2/3 of it for a
flour. If she has 10 friends, do girls’ dress. The remaining cloth
you think 43 1/2 spoons of will be used for a baby dress. If
flour is enough? Explain. each dress needs 4/5 meters,
how many baby dress can Rona
make?
G. Finding Practical Applications of Ask: In your everyday life, how Ask the students if the Ask: From all the activities that Ask: If you will relate to a song
Concepts and Skills in Daily Living can the concept of dividing problems they encounter we had, aside from the concept your experience in creating
fractions be helpful to you? during the lesson really do of dividing fractions, what other word problems, what would it
Explain the reason of saying so. happen in real-life. ideas do you think are useful in be and why?
our daily lives?

H. Making Generalizations and “How do we divide a whole Let the pupils recall and Encourage the pupils to Let the pupils discuss to the Let the pupils discuss to the
Abstractions about the Lesson number by a fraction? a generalize the steps in solving identify the techniques and class the points to remember class the points to remember
fraction by another fraction? a word problems. strategies they applied in order when creating word problems. when creating word problems.
mixed number by a fraction? a 1. Understand the problem to solve the problems the
mixed number by a whole? 2. Devise a plan quickest way possible aside
mixed numbers? a Fraction by a 3. Carry out the plan from the steps you’ve given
mixed number? 4. Look back and evaluate the them.
solution

I. Evaluating Learning Refer to worksheet No. 1 Refer to worksheet No. 3 Refer to worksheet No. 6 1. Write a word problem that
can be solved by the statement
12 5/7 ÷ 2 1/5 . 2. Create a
problem similar to this: “Martin
is a long distance runner. He can
run a mile at a consistent pace
of 8 2/5 minutes. How many
miles can he run in 1 1/3 hours if
he keeps that pace?”
J. Additional Activities for Application Make a journal stating what Make a poster showing real-life Write a paragraph explaining
or Remediation you have learned and how you situations of solving word your experience in creating
will apply the concept of problems about fractions. word problems and discuss its
home.
IV. REMARKS

V. REFLECTION

## A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the

evaluation
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 work
well? Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which
my principal or supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovations or localized
materials did I used/discover which I
wish to share with other teachers?