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Submitted by: Francis U. Maluntag B.E.Ed IV

Submitted on: December 13, 2012

Submitted to: Ms. Lucy Huet Ms. Melba Mamucud

SUBJECT MATTER Exact Topic: Multiplication of Fractions Materials: Chalk. and cooperation II. 7 9 6 4 15/24 + 5 4/24 = 12 19/24 3/18 + 8 4/18 = 17 7/18 9/24 .4 . 4. Cartolina. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the 40-minute period. 1. 3. patience. Prayer Greetings B. 3. Motivation: Teacher Activities Student Activities Review the addition and subtraction of dissimilar fractions. 7 9 6 4 5/8 1/6 3/8 2/6 +5 +8 . INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES A. 2. and Pentel pen. 169-171 III.I. 2. 3. Preparatory Activities Check if the classroom is clean. the students should be able to: Multiply fractions accurately Do cancellation of fraction with ease Demonstrate positive attitudes towards learning Target values: Accuracy. 1. 2. 4. Developmental Activities 1.2 6/30 = 2 4/30 / 2 2/15 . Math book Reference: Number Smart Quest for Excellence Grade V pp.2 1/6 = 2/9 = 2/6 = 1/5 = 1.4 6/24 = 2 3/24 / 2 1/8 10/30 .

2. “Pinakbet” Ingredients: ¾ cup pork liempo. How do you multiply fractions? . ¾ cups pork multiply by 3 ½ is equals to 21/8 or 2 and 5/8. Reading carefully and silently. Reduce to lowest term equals 21. Bring to boil.or until cooked. Reduce to lowest term equals 28. okra. tomato. cut into small pieces Procedure: 1. sliced 1 large ampalaya. Multiply the denominators to get the denominator of the product. Sauté pork until light brown. 2. Then add the product to the numerator. 6pcs. fried and cut into cubes ¾ cup squash chunks 6pcs. How many pieces of okra are needed to make 3 ½ times the recipe? 3. Medium tomato. Makes 8 servings. How many cups of pork are needed for 3 ½ times the recipe? 4. cut into strips ¼ cup strained bagoong isda 1 ½ cups rice washing 1 pc. and ginger. Multiply the whole number by the denominator. seeds removed and sliced 1 small bunch sitaw. Add bagoong isda. Multiply the numerators to get the numerator of the product. How many servings will the modified recipe serve? 8 servings multiply by 3 ½ is equals to 56/2. Developmental Activity 1.2. sliced ½ tbsp. rice washing. Presentation: Teacher Activities Student Activities Opening Activity Read page 169 of your workbook. onions. Simmer for a few minutes. Add the rest of the ingredients. Modify the amount of ingredients to serve 3 ½ times the number of servings in the original recipe. sliced 4 medium eggplants. ginger strips 2 squares tokwa. Cover and simmer for 15mins. How do you changed mixed numbers to improper fractions? 5. okra multiply by 3 ½ is equals to 42/2.

Express the product in lowest terms. 7 ¾ = 2. Multiply the denominators to get the denominator of the product. 3. 3. ASSIGNMENT Answer page 172 of your workbook. Application: Teacher Activities Student Activities Change mixed fraction to an improper fraction. ¾ x ½ = 2. If the factor is a mixed number. 1. 1. Change each to an improper fraction.3. 1. Then add the product to the numerator. 12 ½ = Find the product. Generalization: To change mixed numbers to improper fractions. 4. 5. . Find the product. 23/2 1. 2/3 x 1/8 = 1. 2. 1. multiply the numerators to get the numerator of the product. To multiply fractions. 31/4 2. 4. 5. 4. 3/8 2. 1 3 5 7 9 4/6 3/6 4/8 3/7 5/6 B. The result is the new numerator over the given denominator. 2/24 reduced to 1/12 IV. 1/2 x 3/4 8 1/3 x 6/7 22 x 3/8 2 2/5 x 1 1/6 3/4 x 5/6 x 4/15 V. EVALUATION A. multiply the whole number by the denominator. 2. change the mixed fraction to improper fraction first before finding the product.

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