# Mathematics 3 Fourth Quarter

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MATHEMATICS 3

FOURTH QUARTER

Course Description: The learners demonstrate understanding and appreciation of key concepts and skills involving numbers and number sense ( whole numbers up to 10 000; ordinal numbers up to 100th; money up to

PhP1 000; the four fundamental operations of whole numbers; proper and improper fractions; and similar, dissimilar, and equivalent fractions ); geometry

( lines, symmetry, and tessellations );patterns and algebra ( continuous and repeating patterns and number sentences ); measurement ( conversion of time, length, mass and capacity, area of square and rectangle ); and statistics and probability ( tables, bar graph, and outcome ) as applied – using appropriate technology – In critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connections, representations, and decisions in real life.

I. OBJECTIVES:  At the end of the quarter, the learners should be able to:

A. multiply 3 – 5 digit numbers with 1 – 2 digit numbers regrouping;

B.. solves routine and non-routine problems involving multiplication

without or with addition and subtraction of whole numbers including

money using appropriate problem solving strategies and tools;

C. creates problems involving multiplication or with addition or subtraction

of whole numbers including money;

D. visualizes division of numbers up to 100 by 6,7,8,and 9 (multiplication

table of 6, 7, 8, and 9);

E. divides 2- to 3-digit numbers by 1- to 2- digit numbers without and with

Remainder;

F. divides 2-3 digit numbers by 10 and 100 without or with remainder;

G.  solves routine and non-routine problems involving division of 2- to

4 – digit numbers by 1- to 2-digit numbers without  or with any of the

other operations of whole numbers including money using appropriate

problem solving strategies and tools;

H. creates problems involving division or with any of the other operations

of whole numbers including money;

I . identifies odd and even numbers;

J. visualizes and represents fractions that are equal to one and greater

than one;

K. reads and writes fractions that are equal to one and greater than one in

symbols and in words;

L. represents fractions using regions, sets, and the number line;

M. visualizes and represents dissimilar fractions;

N. visualizes, represents, and compares dissimilar fractions;

O. visualizes, represents, and arranges dissimilar fractions in increasing

or decreasing order;

P. visualizes and generates equivalent fractions;

Q. . recognizes and draws a point, line, line segment and ray;

R. recognizes and draws parallel, intersecting and perpendicular lines;

S. visualizes, identifies and draws congruent line segments;

T. identifies and visualizes symmetry in the environment and in design;

U. . tessellates the plane using triangles, squares and other shapes that

can tessellate;

V. determines the missing term/s in a given combination of continuous

and repeating pattern; and

W. finds the missing value in a number sentence involving multiplication

or division of whole numbers.

II. Content

A. Multiplication of Whole Numbers

1. Multiplying mentally 2 –5 digit by  1- 2digit numbers multiplier with regrouping

2. Creating and solving problems involving multiplication or with addition or

subtraction

3. Creating and solving problems involving multiplication or with addition or

subtraction

4. Creating and solving problems involving multiplication or with addition or

subtraction

B. Division of Whole Numbers

1. Basic division facts

2. Dividing 2- to 3-digit numbers by 1-to 2-digit numbers

3. Dividing 2-to 3-digit numbers by 1-to 2 –digit numbers

4. Dividing 2-to 3- digit numbers by 10 and 100

5. Estimating the quotient of 2- to 3-digit numbers by 1-to 2-digit numbers

6. Dividing mentally 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder

7. Creating and solving problems involving division

C. Fractions

1. Recognizing Fractions Equal To One And Greater Than One

3. Fractions in Sets, Regions And Number Line

D. Tessellation

1.Tessellating a plane using shapes that can tessellate

F.. Patterns

1. Finding the missing term/s in a given combination of continuous and repeating

pattern

2. Finding the missing value in a number sentence involving multiplication or

division of whole numbers

III. Criteria for Evaluation

A. Written Works …………………………………………….. 40%

C. Quarterly Assessment …………………………………… 20%

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

Mrs. Annie Marie C. Dela Peňa                 Signatures:                   _                   _

Teacher                                                                       Father        Mother

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