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- 1. DAILY LESSON LOG School MAGLAMBING INTEGRATED SCHOOL Grade Level 7 Teacher RONIE S. BAGSICAN Learning Area MATHEMATICS Teaching Dates and Time October 13, 2022 (10:00 AM– 11:00 AM) Quarter 1 I. OBJECTIVES (ANNOTATIONS) -PPST INDICATORS/ KRA OBJECTIVES/RUBRIC INDICATORS TO BE OBSERVED DURING THE DEMONSTRATION A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of sets and real number system. B. Performance Standards The learner is able to formulate challenging situations involving sets and real numbers and solve these in variety of strategies. C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Write the LC code for each Learning Competency: Illustrate the different properties of operations of the set of integers. (M7NS-Id-2) Specific Objectives: Knowledge 1. illustrate the different properties of operations on the set of integers; 2. identify the different properties of operations on the set of integers; Skill 3. Perform the different properties of operations on the set of integers; and Attitude 4. Appreciate the importance of learning the different operations on the set of integers. II. CONTENT PROPERTIES OF OPERATION ON THE SET OF INTEGERS II. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References
- 2. 1. Teacher’s Guide pages Teacher’s Guide Page 36-41 2. Learner’s Materials pages Learner’s Module Page 18- 22 3. Textbook pages 4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal B. Other Learning Resources IV. PROCEDURES A. Preliminary Activities Prayer Greetings Attendance Setting of Standards/Class Rules Always observe physical distancing from others 2. Anyone caught not following rule no.1 will have 2 points deduction from the total scores taken during the lesson 3. Do not answer in chorus instead raise a hand when answering 4. Listen to the ideas of others 5. Do not talk when somebody is talking 6. Respect everyone in class 7. Cooperate with the class activities CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT - Provided a safe learning environment through the implementation of classroom policies and procedures MOV: The teacher provided a set of rules for the students to observe in the whole duration of the lesson. B. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson Reviewing of Concepts Reading of the Lesson Objectives Unlocking of Difficult words The teacher will ask orally the students about the previous lesson on the operations of integers through a game. The class will be divided into 3 groups. Each group will have 1 representative. The first to shout “Darna” will be the one to answer by raising the tag board provided in each group.. Each correct answer will be given 2 points. Group who earned more points will be declared as winner. STRATEGIES - Applied questioning skills that develop learner’s critical and creative thinking (HOTS) MOV: The teacher developed learners’ critical and creative thinking by asking the students why they answered, a thumbs up or a thumbs down.
- 3. C. Establishing a purpose for the lesson/Motivation/Motive Questions MOTIVATION: Class this time with the same groupings. Each group will have 3 wizards. The name of the game is "Decode Me".I will show different symbols with corresponding letters to form a word. The first group to write on the board the correct answer will gain points. The group who can gain more points will be declared as winner. Am I understood class? Are you ready? Let's begin. A B C D E F G H I J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. Symbols to be translated: 1. PROPERTIES 2. OPERATION 3. INTEGERS STRATEGIES - Applied questioning skills that develop learner’s critical and creative thinking (HOTS) MOV: The teacher developed learners’ critical and creative thinking by asking the students why they answered, a thumbs up or a thumbs down. Literacy Integration ( Forming words out of the given code) Reading the word formed. D. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson ACTIVITY (10 minutes): The students will be grouped into 3. TASK: Each group will do the following activities Activity 1: (Know Me) Activity 2: (Identify Me) Activity 3: (Show Me More) Guide questions will also be answered as a reflection from the activities conducted. Rubrics in Rating Group Task (15 points) Achievement of objective 40% STRATEGIES - Used differentiated learning materials/ activities to address learners’ diversity MOV: The teacher used varied activities to cater every learner in the classroom. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT - Provided classroom activities that engage learners, individually or in groups MOV: The teacher provided varied activities that engage the learners in a
- 4. Correctness of answers 25% Discussion of answers 25% Cooperation 10% TOTAL 100% group. E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1 ANALYSIS (5 minutes): Discussion on guide questions will be done. Analysis as to the process of coming up with the answer will be done. STRATEGIES - Applied questioning skills that develop learner’s critical and creative thinking (HOTS) MOV: The teacher developed learners’ critical and creative thinking by asking the students why they came up with the specific answers. F. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2 ABSTRACTION: (10 minutes): The teacher will facilitate the discussion of the key concepts of the topic through a video lesson Questions will be asked for the students to answer Video Clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I3fk4kytu4 Guide Questions: What are your understanding about the topic? CONTENT - Showed mastery of the lesson content - Used content that enhances learners’ literacy or numeracy skills. MOV: The teacher used her facilitation skills in facilitating the concepts while the activity on solving for population density in the topic enhances the numeracy skills of the students. STRATEGIES - Integrated ICT in the teaching and learning activities MOV: The teacher used a video lesson to re enforce students’ learning about biodiversity. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
- 5. - Used positive and non-violent discipline to manage learner behavior MOV: The teacher used positive and non- violent discipline to manage learners’ behavior specially during the discussion of the concepts of the lesson. G. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3) Sum It Up: With the same grouping, the students will wrap up the concepts of the day's lesson. H. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living APPLICATION (10 minutes): With the same grouping, the students will perform a song, poem, and role playing showing the importance of the properties on the operation of integers Rubrics for Scoring (15 points) Practical application of the concept 30% Achievement of objective 25% Demonstration 20% Creativity 15% Originality 10% TOTAL 100% CONTENT - Integrated lesson content across other content areas MOV: The teacher used a role playing strategy for the students to enhance their skills in acting (Arts) and in communicating (English). Literacy integrations (Song, Poem, role playing) I. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson Let the students summarize the key concepts of the day J. Evaluating learning EVALUATION (5 points) (10 minutes): Students will be evaluated of their understanding about the topic through a short quiz (multiple choice test) ASSESSMENT - Provided formative assessment relevant to the targeted objectives - Monitored learners' progress based on
- 6. 1. 8 + (3 + 4) = 8 + (4 + 3) a. Associative Addition b. Associative Multiplication c. Commutative Addition d. Commutative Multiplication 2. 3(w + 4) = 3w + 12 is an example of... a. Inverse Property b. Distributive Property c. Multiplicative Inverse d. Associative Property 3. The _______________ property of addition states that any number plus zero equals the same number. a. identity b. commutative c. associative d. Inverse 4. What property is used here? 5+0=5 a. Zero Product b. Reflexive c. Identity d. Inverse 5. What property is used here? 3(x+2)=3x+6 a. Commutative b. Symmetric c. Distributive d. Associative 6. What property is this? 14 x 1 =14 a. Additive Identity b. Additive Inverse c. Multiplicative Identity formative activities - Provided feedback based on the result of the formative assessment MOV: The teacher provided a multiple type of test as a form of formative assessment to monitor the progress of the learners based on the activities conducted. Feedbacking based on the result of the test was also done. Numeracy integration (Simplifying the given mathematical equations and identifying the properties applied.)
- 7. d. Multiplicative Inverse 7. What property is this? 77+(8+3) = (8+3)+77 a. Commutative b. Associative c. Additive Identity d. Distributive 8. What property is this? 38 + (-38) = 0 a. Additive Identity b. Additive Inverse c. Property of Zero d. Commutative 9. What is the ADDITIVE INVERSE of -7 a. -7 b. -1/7 c. 1/7 d. 7 10. Which of the following is an example of the MULTIPLICATIVE PROPERTY OF ZERO? a. -9 + 9 = 0 b. -76 x 0 = 0 c. 100 - 100 = 0 d. 49 + 0 = 49 K. Additional activities for application or remediation Enrichment in a form of project: Research on the definition of rational numbers and give some examples. Write it in your notebook. Numeracy integration (Giving examples of rational numbers) V. REMARKS Re-teaching Transfer of lesson to the following day Lack of Time Achieved No class VI. REFLECTION
- 8. 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 worked well? Why did these work? F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve? G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers? Prepared by: Checked by: Noted: RONIE S. BAGSICAN FRANCISCO C. VILLACORTA MA. LIZA T. BANDOLA Teacher Master Teacher School Head Date Checked: _____________ Signature: ____________ Date Observed: _____________ Signature: ___________