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Teacher's Activities Review/Motivational: Addition of Ones Do you know what is the Ones digit? Lets review simple addition of the Ones. (answers will vary) (Mental activity, use flashcard or Math transparency) Pupil's Activities (5 exercises for each activity)

That's right! Thank you, Madam. Review/Motivational: Tens and Ones Can you remember the tens and the ones, class? (answers will vary) (use transparency on the tens and ones) (have a mental activity) Two-digit numbers such as 20 is composed of tens and ones. For example: Tens 2 20 Can you identify the tens and ones in this number? 10 Raise your hand if you want to answer which one is the tens and which one belongs to the ones place. Very good! Lets move on to the next activity.
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Teacher's Activities Teacher's Activities Motivation: Word problem for students to think about with background pictures of schoolchildren in the schoolyard. This is also to encourage the students to keep their environment clean and green. The whole class will try to answer the problem with the teacher to guide them. Now, I have problem here that I want you to solve. The word problem is also in line with our objective on how to care for our environment. Here is the problem. Please read aloud, together. Mrs. Juana brought her class to the schoolyard for their Work Education time. There were 20 boys and 24 girls. How many children were in the yard? (students read aloud) Pupil's Activities Pupil's Activities

What is being asked by the problem? (answers may vary) How many children were in the yard.

That's right! What do you think theyre doing in the schoolyard? (answers will vary)

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Teacher's Activities Presentation: Number Sentence From the given problem, you can write down a number sentence from the given numbers. Pupil's Activities

(demonstrate the operation using manipulatives) Anyone of you can tell what 20 means? Raise your hand if you want to answer?

That's right. How about 24? Another student who wants to try?

20+24=___

## 24 stands for girls.

That's right. So, what are you going to do with 20 and 24? Add them to get the sum of the total number of children in the yard. That's right! Can you show us how to do it? (a student volunteers) Please come to the board.

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Teacher's Activities Solve the Problem (if students were not able to solve, teacher will demonstrate) This is one way to solve the problem. Step 1: Add the Ones
Tens 2 + 2 Ones 0 4 4

Pupil's Activities

## Step 2: Add the Tens

Tens 2 + 2 4 Ones 0 4 4

Or

## How many there? That's correct!

20 +24 -----44

children were

Thank you children for your effort. Now, I have some exercises for you to do. I want you to answer them mentally. Ready? There were 44 children.

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Teacher's Activities Exercises on Adding Two-Digit Numbers (Written on Flashcards) Remember: Add the ones first, then the tens.
Tens 1 + 3 Ones 2 7

Pupil's Activities

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Tens 2 + 1 Ones 3 6

Tens 1 + 4

Ones 4 5

39

## Good! Lets try another set. 59 Ready?

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Teacher's Activities Pupil's Activities

20 + 24 -------

44

38

27 + 11 -------

29 + 20 -------

49

Very good!

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Teachers Activities What can you say about addition of two-digit numbers? Ok. We can now make a rule about addition of two-digit numbers. So, what are the steps in adding two-digit numbers? (answers will vary) Generalization In adding two-digit numbers: 1. Add the Ones first before the Tens. 2. Add the numbers in the Tens column to get the final answer. Did you get it? Pupils Activities

Application Now, I want you to try these exercises. Write the answer in your Math notebook.
24 +12 -----18 +50 -----38 +10 -----36

Raise your pencils if your done. Whats the answer in number 123? Very good! Now, I want you to answer these test questions.
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