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I. Objectives

At the end of the class discussion, pupils must be able to:

1.

2.

3.

4.

find the volume of a rectangular prism;

write solution in finding volumes of rectangular prisms correctly; and

work cooperatively to achieve best results.

Topic: Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Reference: Lesson Guides in Elementary Mathematics, Grade VI

PELC VI. B. 1.3

Materials: transparent rectangular container

Small cubes

Rubiks cube

Picture of a rubiks cube

Illustrations of plane figures

Flashcards

Value Focus: Cooperation

III. Procedure

A. Preliminary Activities

1. Drill

Mental computation using flashcards.

5x3x2

4x7x1

8x5x1

2x6x2

2

3

1

24

x

x

x2

6x2x3

2. Review

Call pupils to hold the flashcards in front. Let them match the drawing with the

name of the space figure it represents.

pyramid

rectangular prism

cone

cylinder

sphere

cube

B. Lesson Proper

1. Motivation

a. Show a Rubiks cube.

Questions:

a. What do you call this object?

b. Do you know how to play it?

b. Teacher calls on pupils and let them demonstrate how to play the rubiks

cube.

2. Presentation

a. Ask the pupils if they know the total number of small cubes making

up the rubiks cube.

b. Tell the class that the number of small cubes that make up the

rubiks cube is its volume.

c. Define volume. (Volume is the number of units cubes that fit inside

an object.)

d. Activity 1

1. Show the class an empty transparent rectangular

container.

2. One by one, let the pupils fill the container with small cubes

until its upper portion. Count the number of cubes as each

pupil put one in the container.

3. Let the pupils count the cubes with reference to the length,

width and height of the container.

4. Basing on the result of the activity, guide the pupils in

deriving the formula for finding the volume of a rectangular

prism.

Questions:

a. How many cubes did you put inside the rectangular

container?

b. If we havent counted the total number of cubes

placed in this container, can we still find its total

number?

c. When we get the total number of cubes that the

container has, what have we looked for? (Answer:

volume)

d. By just using the dimension, the length, width, and

height, can we get the volume of the rectangular

prism? How?

e. What is the formula in finding the volume of a

rectangular prism?

f. What unit of measurement will you use?

C. Post Activities

1. Fixing Skills

Let the pupils work by pairs.

a. Count the cubic units to find the volume of each.

1.

2.

l =

w=

w=

h=

h=

v=

v=

b. Write the formula and solve for the volume

3.

l =

4.

l = 2.5m

w = 3.3m

h = 1.8m

5. v = 372m3

6. v = 1232 cm3

l = 32m

l = 11cm

w = ____

w = 8cm

h = 3m

h = ____

2. Generalization

Summarize the topic discussed with the pupils.

Questions:

a. What is volume? Tell the pupil to write it on the board. Let the others read.

b. How do you solve for the volume of rectangular prisms? What is the formula

used.

3. Application

a. Activity 2

Group the pupils into 3 groups. Each group will be given a different number of

cubes.

Taste: Make your own model of a rectangular prism using all the cubes you

have. Select a reporter to present your work in the class and a secretary to

solve the volume of your rectangular prism on the board.

4. Infusion of Values

Questions:

Did you group perform the activity properly?

What did you do to accomplish your task?

Do you think cooperation is important in every group work? Why?

IV. Evaluation

A. Complete the table.

Find the volume of the following.

Length

1. 9dm

2. 40cm

3. 5 m

Width

8.6 dm

15 cm

4m

1. v = 945 m3

Height

5 dm

20 cm

7m

Volume

2. v = 213.12 cm3

w=9m

l =?

l =7m

w = 7.4 cm

h=?

h = 3.6 cm

ML =

ID =

V. Assignment

Complete the table.

Length

Width

Height

Volume

8.2 dm

4.7 dm

2.6 dm

5m

2

4 3/8 m

2.3 m

6m

9m

756 m3

2.6 m

17.94 m3

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ALMEDA M. NIETES

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