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Lesson Plan in Mathematics Grade 8 I.

Objectives: At the end of the learning activities, the students should be able to: 1. identify polynomials which are special products: trinomials that are product of two binomials, trinomials that are product of squares of a binomial, and products of sum and difference of two terms; 2. find special products of certain polynomials: product of two binomials, product of the sum and difference of two terms, and a square of a binomial. II. Subject Matter: A. Topic: !pecial "roduct# $. %alue &ocus: 'elpfulness (. )aterials: *(+ "ro,ector, *aptop, )anila paper, pentel pen +. -eferences: .rade / )ath )odule 1, pp. 0 1 2/; 2$+ Teaching .uide III. Developmental Activit : A. Preliminar Activit : 1. "re3assessment 2. Activity 1: "ass the $ottle# 4-eview on *aws on 56ponent and )ultiplication of "olynomials7 !. Lesson Proper: ". Motivation: Activity 2: "icture Analysis

8uestions: 1. 9hat have you observe in the following pictures: 2. (an you see different patterns in the given pictures: ;. 9hy do you thin< .od3 the creator includes patterns around us: =. 9hat do you thin< our environment loo<s li<e if there were no patterns: Activity ;: -epeating patterns 4>ndividual activity7 *oo< at the patterns in each row. &ill in the blan<s by drawing the shapes that continue the pattern.

'ow do you find the ne6t answers: Are patterns useful in finding your answers: +o you <now that patterns are also useful in finding products of polynomials: 9ould you li<e to <now the easy way in finding products by using patterns: Are you now ready to learn special product:

#. Presentation Today, you will learn more about !pecial "roduct. a. 2nloc<ing of +ifficulties !pecial "roduct is the process of finding products by following a patterns or rules. b. Activity =. +irections: ?ou will be divided into four groups. !elect a leader, a recorder, and a reporter. >n your group, investigate, discuss and complete the table below. Then answer the questions and record your group answers.
56pressions 1. 4=627 4;62y7 @: 2. ;4262 A 6 3 =7 @: ;. 4;< A m7 4=<3 m7 @: !olutions @ 4=627 4;62y7 @ 126=y @ ;4262 A 6 3 =7 @ ;42627 A ;467 1 ;4=7 @BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ 4;<Am7 4=<3m7 @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ 12<2 1 ;<m A =<m 1 m2 @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ 6467 A 64C7 32467 324C7 @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ 62 A ;6 1 1D !teps 2sed (opy the original e6pression. )ultiply the terms. (opy the original e6pression. 2se the distributive property. )ultiply the terms. 2se the distributive property. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB (ombine similar terms. (opy the original e6pression. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB )ultiply the terms.

=. 46327 46AC7 @:

C. 4a A ;72

F. 4y 1 =74y 1 =7

0. 46 1 2746 A 27

@ 4a A ;74a A ;7 @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ a2 A ;a A ;a A E @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB @ 46 1 2746 A 27 @ 6467 A 6427 1 2467 1 2427 @ 62 A 26 1 26 1 = @ 62 1 =

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 2se distributive property )ultiply the terms BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB (opy the original e6pression 2se distributive property )ultiply the terms (ombine similar terms BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB

8uestions: 1. 56plain the distributive property. 9hen do we apply such property: 2. 9hat pattern was used in multiplying a monomial to a polynomial li<e the e6pressions in numbers 1 and 2: ;. 9hat patternGmethod of multiplying binomial to a binomial was utiliHed in finding the product of the e6pressions in numbers ; to 0: =. >n 4;<Am7 4=<3m7, what are: a. the first terms: b. the outer terms: c. the inner terms: d. the last terms: C. >n 4;<Am7 4=<3m7, what is the product of its: a. &irst terms: b. Iuter terms: c. >nner terms: d. *ast terms: F. !tate and e6plain the pattern &I>*# method of multiplying binomial to a binomial. 0. (an you apply &I>*# method in finding the product of the e6pressions in numbers ; to 0: >f yes, how: +iscuss the answer within the group. /. Aside from &I>*# method, can you find other pattern that could be apply in multiplying two binomials in the e6pressions from number C to 0: >f yes, solve the e6pressions from number C to 0 using the pattern found.

$. %i&in' S(ills: Activity C: .allery 9al< ?ou will be divided into four groups. 5ach group will wor< on each case given. ?ou will find the indicated product of the e6pressions that will be handed to your group. "ost your answers on your group station. Then > will give you time to wal< around the classroom and observe the answers of the other groups. Jote the answer that needs correction and post it on the board in order to chec<. (A!5 1 1. 4Cm A 074m 1 07 @ 2. 46 A =7 46 A =7 @ ;. 426 A C72 @ =. 46 1 2y72 @ C. 4Cm A 074Cm 1 07 @ (A!5 2 1. 4;m A =74m 1 ;7 @ 2. 4< A F7 4< A F7 @ ;. 4;6 A 272 @ =. 46 1 y72 @ C. 42b A ;742b 1 ;7 @

(A!5 ; 1. 4Ct A F74t A 17 @ 2. 4w A 07 4w A 07 @ ;. 4;6 A E72 @ =. 46 1 F72 @ C. 41Dm A =741Dm 1 =7 @

(A!5 = 1. 4;r A 2742r A ;7 @ 2. 4w A 117 4w A 117 @ ;. 4C6 A 1D72 @ =. 46 1 272 @ C. 4m A /74m 1 /7 @

). Application: Activity F: +ecision, +ecision, +ecisionK 4Activity by "air7 'elp each person decide what to do by applying your <nowledge on special products on each situation. 1. Lem $oy wants to ma<e his / meters square pool into a rectangular one by increasing its length by 2 m and decreasing its width by 2 m. Lem $oy as<ed your e6pertise to help him decide on certain matters. a. 9hat will be the new dimensions of Lem $oyMs pool: b. 9hat will be the new area of Lem $oyMs pool: 9hat special product will be use: c. >f the sides of the square pool are un<nown, how will you represent its area: d. >f Lem $oy does not want the area of his pool to decrease, will he pursue his plan: 56plain your answer. *. +alues Inte'ration: 'ow did you find the activity: (an you help anyone who needs your help: >n what wayGs can you help the most in need: ,. Generali-ation 'ow can you identify the product of a square of a binomial: a sum and difference of two terms: the product of two binomials: 'ow can you find the special product of certain polynomials: product of two binomials, product of the sum and difference of two terms, and a square of a binomial:

I+. .valuation A. Multiple /hoice. /hoose the correct ans0er in each o1 the 1ollo0in'.
1. 9hat is the product of 6 A y and 6 1 y: a. 62 1 y2 b. 62 A 26y A y2 c. 62 1 26y A y2 d. 26 1 2y 2. &ind the missing e6pression: =46 A y27 @ BBBBBBBB. a. =6 A y2 b. =62 A =6y2 A y2 c. =6 A =y2 d. =6 A =y ;. >f y A C is multiply by itself, what is the product: a. y2 A Cy A 2C b. y2 A Cy A 1D c. y2 A 1Dy A 2C d. y2 A 2C =. 9hich e6pression is a perfect square trinomial: a. 62 1 1D6 A 2C b. 62 A /6 1 E c. a2 A a A N d. both a and b C. 9hich mathematical statement is correct: a. 4263y74;63y7 @ F62 1 C62y2 A y2 b. 4=63C74=63C7 @ 1F62 A 2C 2 c. 4;63=7426A07 @ F6 A 1;6 1 2/ d. 426 A C72 @ =62 A 2C F. ?our classmate was as<ed to square 4263;7, he answered =6 2 1 E. >s his answer correct: a. ?es, because squaring a binomial always produces a binomial product. b. ?es, because product rule is correctly applied. c. Jo, because squaring a binomial always produces a trinomial product. d. Jo, because the answer must be =62 A E

!. Provide an e&ample o1 each o1 the 1ollo0in'. 1. "roduct of two binomials 2. "roduct of the square of the sum of two terms ;. "roduct of the square of the difference of two terms =. "roduct of the sum and difference of two terms +. Assi'nment2A'reement: +irections: 9rite at least three application problems using the s<ills learned in special product. C >deas are very clear, computations are very accurate, and concepts are very well manifested. "roblems are very real and originated from true3to3 life e6perience. Jo erasures 9ith 132 and very neat. erasures and neat. >nteresting, (olorful but colorful, and not so creative. creative. -ubric = ; >deas are clear, >deas are not computations so clear, with are very 132 errors in accurate, and computations, concepts are and some well concepts are manifested. not manifested. 2 problems are 1 problem is not so real or not true or true to life. real. 2 1 >deas are not Jo attempt to clear, with do the activity. more than 2 errors in computations.

AccuracyG IrganiHation 4CDO7

Authenticity 42DO7

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are Jo attempt to do the activity

Jeatness 42DO7 (reativity 41DO7

9ith ;3C erasures and not so neat. Jot colorful and not so creative.

9ith more than C erasures and not neat. 9ithout color application and no creativity.

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