Mathematics 1 Fourth Quarter

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MATHEMATICS 1

FOURTH QUARTER

Course Description: The learners demonstrates understanding and appreciation of key concepts and skills involving numbers and number sense ( whole numbers up to 100, ordinal numbers up to 10th, money up to PhP 100, addition and subtraction of whole numbers, and fractions ½ and ¼; geometry ( 2 – 3dimentional objects); patterns and algebra ( continuous and repeating patterns sentences ); measurement ( time, non-standard measures of length, mass and capacity ); and statistics and probability ( tables, photographs, and outcomes ) as applied – using appropriate technology – in critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making corrections, representations, and decisions in real life.

I. Objectives:At the end of the quarter ,the learners will be able to:

                   A. use objects or pictures to find the number of items in each group when   

                       sharing equally;

                   B. use objects or pictures to show division as finding the number of equal

                       groups;

                   C. creates and writes a related equation for each type of situation: equal    

                        sharing and repeated subtraction;

                   D. . illustrates that multiplication and division are inverse operations;

                   E. visualizes, represents and identifies unit fractions with denominators of 10

                        and below;

                   F. reads and writes unit fractions;

                   G. solve problems involving fractions;

                   H. tells and writes time in minutes including a.m. and p.m. using analog and

                        digital clocks;

                   I.  visualizes and finds the elapsed time in days;

                  J. sorts, classifies, and organizes data in tabular form and presents this into a  

                      pictograph without and with scales. and

                  K. describe events in real-life situations using the phrases “ likely to happen” or   

                      “unlikely to happen” or “equally likely to happen”.

    II. Content:

                         A. Introducing Division

                             1. Division as Sharing and Grouping

                             2. Division as Repeated Subtraction

                             3. Division as Inverse of Multiplication

                         B. Recognizing Fraction

                              1. One –half of a Whole

                              2. One-fourth of a Whole

                              3. One –third of a Whole

                   4. Fraction As a Part of a Set of Group

                   5. Problem Solving on Fractions

                       C. Appreciating Geometry and Measurements

                   1. Telling Time

                   2. Days of the Week

                   3. Months of the year

                   4. Length

                   5. Shapes and Patterns

  D. Learning Simple Statistics                
1. Collecting and Interpreting Data                     
2. Reading and Interpreting Picture Graph
3. Predicting Outcome

                  

III. Criteria for Evaluation

A. Periodical Exam…………………………………….20 %

B.Written Output……………………………………….40 %

C.Performance Task/Product……………………40 %

       Total …………………………………………… . 100 %

Mrs. Annie Marie C. Dela Peῆa                                         ____________________________

           Subject Teacher                                                          Parent / Guardian’s Signature

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