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## Teacher JEZA JOY M. MORADA Learning Area MATH 8

Teaching Dates and Time June 5, 6 & 7, 2019 (9:45-10:45, 1:00-4:00PM) (Quarter/Semester 1st Quarter
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5
DAILY LESSON LOG Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard
Demonstrate understanding of key concepts of factors of polynomials, rational algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities in two variables,
systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables and linear functions.

B. Performance Standard
Formulate real-life problems involving factors of polynomials, rational algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities in two variables, systems of
linear equations and inequalities in two variables and linear functions, and solve these problems accurately using a variety of strategies.

## C. Learning Factor completely different Factor completely different

Competencies/Objectives types of polynomials types of polynomials
Write the LC code for (HOLIDAY) (polynomials with common (difference of two squares)
each. monomial factor) M8AL-Ia-b-1
M8AL-Ia-b-1

II. CONTENT
PATTERNS AND ALGEBRA
III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages 29-33 34-35
2. Learner’s Material pages 27-31 32-34
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Material from http://www.onlinemathlearnin http://www.coolmath.com/alg
Learning Resource (LR) Portal g.com/algebra-factoring-2.html ebra/04-factoring
http://users.humboldt.edu/bun https://www.lavc.edu/math/li
tina/Math105/HandoutsAndExt brary/math125/Worksheets/f
ras/FactoringGreatestCommon actdiffsquares.pdf
Factor.pdf

IV. PROCEDURES

## A. Reviewing previous lesson or Ask the students to rearrange Number Pattern

presenting the new lesson. the tiles to create a rectangle, a. (11)(9)=(10+1)(10-
having the same area as the 1)
original square. b. (5)(3)=(4+1)(4-1)
c. (95)(85)=(90+5)(90-
5)
B. Establishing a purpose for How many such rectangles can How do you think the
the lesson you create? What are your products are obtained? What
considerations in looking for are the different techniques
the other dimensions? What used to solve for the
mathematical concepts did you products? What is the
consider in forming different relationship of the product to
dimensions? its factor? Have you seen any
pattern in this activity?
C. Presenting Examples/ Perform activity 1 Observe how the expressions
instances of the new lesson Like!Unlike! are factored. Observe how
each term relates with each
other.
D. Discussing new concepts Define factoring. What is the first term of each
and practicing new skills #1 Perform Activity 4 Finding polynomial? Last term?
Common Middle sign of the
Identify common things that polynomial? How was the
are present in the pictures. polynomial factored? What
pattern is seen in the factors
of difference of two terms?
E. Discussing new concepts and Discuss the first type of Can all expressions be
practicing new skills #2 factoring – Factoring the factored using difference of
greatest common monomial two squares? Why or why
factor. not? When can you factor
Show some examples. expressions using difference
of two squares?
F. Developing mastery Complete the table to practice Perform Activity 6
this type of factoring. Investigation in Paper Folding
(Leads to Formative to help visualize the pattern
of difference of two squares.
Assessment 3)
G. Finding practical How would you apply factoring How do you apply this in your
applications of concepts and in your daily life situations? daily life?
skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and Factoring is the process of The factored form of a
abstractions about the lesson finding the factors of an polynomial that is a
expression. difference of two squares is
The first type of factoring I the sum and difference of the
Factoring the Greatest square roots of the first and
Common Monomial Factor. last terms.
I. Evaluating learning Exercises Exercises
Factor the following: Factor the following:
1. 3x+6 1. m2-169
2. 4m-12 2. 144-x2
3. 24ab+8b 3. 9x2 – 1
4. 3x2-12xy 4. 180m2 – 5
5. 21x+14y-35z 5. 125m4 − 20n4

## J. Additional activities for Factor the following: Activity 7

application or remediation a. 7x-21y Form difference of two
b. 15x2-5x squares by pairing two
c. 10x+25y squared quantities, then find
d. 20a2+36a3 their factors.
e. -18m2n+27mn2
V. REMARKS

## JEZA JOY M. MORADA ELEANOR B. MONTAÑA

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