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Lesson Plan in Mathematics II K-12

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Objectives Cognitive : Compare values of the different denominations of coins and paper bills through P100 using the relation symbol. Write the relation symbol accurately. Show respect and care using coins and paper bills.

Psychomotor : Affective : II. Learning Content Skill Reference Materials Values III. Learning Experiences : : : :

Comparing values of the different denominations of coins and paper bills through P100 using the relation symbols. BEC PELC-1.A 7.3 K-12 BED PELC-1.A 7.3 Philippine money coins and paper bills in different denominations, pocket chart or show cards. Respect for Philippine money (countrys legal tender)

A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Use of >,< or = in comparing numbers. Directions: Write >,< or = to make each sentence correct. a. b. c. d. e. 2. 4 _____ 8 29 _____ 18 100 _____ 90 11 _____ 10 230 _____ 415

Review Write the amount with the peso sign. a. Two pesos and 50 centavos _________________ b. Ten pesos ______________ c. 100 pesos ______________

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Motivation Ask how much baon each of your pupils have? Then let the class identify who has the biggest amount of baon. You may ask the pupils on what is the equivalent of it in different denominations. Example: P9.70 __________ P15.15 25___________ P0.25

B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. Ask the pupils: If you have two 5 peso coins and I have 10 peso coin, would you like to exchange them with my money? Why? b. Show four 10 peso coins and one 50 peso bill. Ask: Which has a greater amount? How could you compare the amounts? (Forty pesos is less than fifty pesos.) 2. Group Activities Activity 1 Using the pocket chart or show cards, show different denominations to the class and have them write the correct symbol. Activity 2 Game: Bring Me Example: 20 peso bill and 10 peso coin Divide the class into four groups. Give each group play money and different coins. Ask the pupils to bring bills and coins with the same value as the amount called for. The first group who can give the correct set of bills and coins gets a point. The group that gets the most points wins. - Bring me an amount greater than P5 but less than P8. - Bring me an amount equal to P30. - Bring me an amount less than P68 but greater than P65. Valuing: Talk about how to take care of the coins and paper bills. Ask: Have you seen coins, which are flattened and paper bills which are torn? Which have drawings and writings? Should we do these things to our money? Why? (We must use our money carefully. We must take care of them so that they will last long. We must respect our money because we use them for buying food and things.)

3. Generalization How do we compare values of corresponding coins and bills? We compare values of corresponding coins and bills by using relation symbols =, <, and > (equal, less than, greater than)

C. Application Answer the following: 1. Mother gave Len forty pesos. She gave Jon fifty pesos. Who receive more? Why? Compare Lens money to Jons money using the relation symbol. In symbol: ________________ Which is more, one P10 coin, two P5 coin and three 25-centavo coins or one P20bill? Write the amounts in symbol then compare.

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Evaluation Copy the following then compare them using relation symbols. Write your answer on your paper. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. P32.35 _____ P32. 95 P8.05 _____ P8.50 P78.90 _____ P59.85 80_____ 80 95 _____ P9

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Assignment Observe the money you have at home. Answer the following questions: 1. Which of the following has greater value than P5? a. one P10 coin b. one 25 coin c. one P1 coin 2. Which has less value than P1? a. one P10 coin b. two 25 coins c. two 5-peso coin 3. Which is equal in value of P50? a. one P20 bill b. five P10 coins c. one P100 bill 4. Which has greater value than P50? a. one P100 bill b. two 5-peso coins c. four 25 coins 5. Which has less value than P20? a. one P50 bill b. two 10-peso coins c. one P5 coin