Mathematics 1 ( Second Quarter )

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MATHEMATICS 1

SECOND 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. apply addition of whole numbers up to 100 in mathematical problem and real- life    

             situations;

         B. recognize, and represent ordinal numbers up to 10th , in various forms and contexts.

         C. subtract by taking away, by counting back, and by counting on;

         D.  subtract with number bonds;

         E. .write and complete subtraction equations;

         F.  tell subtraction stories about pictures;

         G. recognize related addition and subtraction equations; and

         H.  write fact families.

  1. Content

                 A.  Adding Whole Numbers

           1. Number Bonds

            2. Addition of One Digit Addends

               B. Properties of Addition

            1. Addition of 3 One –digit Addends

                      2. Addition of Two-digit Numbers Without Regrouping

                      3. Addition of Two-digit Numbers With Regrouping

                      4. Word Problem Involving Addition

       C.  Subtracting Whole Numbers

                      1. Subtraction Concepts

                      2. Subtraction Using Number Bonds

    D.  Addition and Subtraction are Part of a Family

    E.. Subtraction of One -Digit Number Without Regrouping

   F. Subtraction of One -Digit Number With Regrouping

  G. Word Problem Involving Subtraction

 H. Subtraction of Two – Three digit number Without Regroupi

  I. Subtraction of Two – Three digit numbers With Regrouping

 J. Subtracting Mentally one –digit Numbers From Two Digit Minuends

                       Without Regrouping

 K.  Creating Situations Involving Subtraction Of Whole Numbers

L. Solving Word Problems Involving Subtraction

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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