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Identify kinds quadrilaterals B. Draw different kinds of quadrilateral C. Display cooperativeness during group activity II. Learning Content A. Topic: kinds of Quadrilaterals

B. Refrence: Gatbagan, Erlinda E. et al. Maths for Meaningful Lives. Book

crafts Publishiing Co. IncMotiva. 2003. Pg. 261-265

**C. Material: cut-outs of triangles, ruler,
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D. Values: cooperativeness

III. Learning Experiences Teacher’s Activity A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill a. Write PF if the figure is plane figure and SF if the figure is solid figure. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Pyramid Cube Pentagon Rectangle Cylinder 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. SF SF PF PF SF Pupil’s Activity

b. Choose the letter of the correct

answer. 1.This polygon has 5 sides. a. quadrilateral b. heptagon c. pentagon 1.c

e. 10 d.a 3. Isosceles traingle 5. hexagon c. Obtuse triangle b.b 3.How many sides does an octagon has? a. Right triangle d. 5 2. a. octagon b. nonagon 3.e 3. What do you call a polygon with 9 sides? 4.d. 10 d. 9 c.8 1. 2. triangle 2. 8 b. . Scalene triangle 5. a.A decagon has ____ sides. 4. Equilateral triangle c. 9 c.b 2. 8 b.decagon c.11 2.c 4.octagon d. Review Match column A with column B.nonagon 5. triangle b.This figure is called ______ a.pentagon d. A B 1.d 4.c 5.d a.

Do they have the same measurement? How about side AC and BD? What can you say about their measurement? This figure is called parallelogram. What can say about parallelogram? The figure has 4 sides Side AB and CD are parallel Side BD and AC are parallel Two pairs of side are parallel AB and CD has the same measurement. Measure side AB and CD. How many sides does this figure has? 2. BD and AC has the same measurement A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel side and each opposite sides has the same measurement Activity Card – Group 2 . Each group must work out on the group activity.B. Activity card – Group 1 Look at the figure 1. Discussion of the lesson I will distribute envelops with activity cards inside. Developmental Activities 1. Look at side AB and CD. Motivation Find four-sided polygon in the picture 2. how many pairs of parallel sides are there? 3. Are they parallel with each other? How about side AC and BD? What can you say about them? Therefore.

AB and CD has the same measurement. . Opposite sides has the same measurement All angles are right angle. how many pairs of The figure has 4 sides AB and CD are parallel sides AC and BD are parallel too. 1. how many pairs of parallel sides are there? 3. Rectangle is a kind of parallelogram.How many sides does this figure has? 2. Are they parallel with each other? How about sides AC and BD? What can you say about them? Therefore.Look at side AB and CD. What can you say about rectangle? Activity card – group 3 Look at the figure. How many sides does this figure has? 2. 1. have the same measurement? How about side AC and BD? What can you say about their measurement? 4. A rectangle is a parallelogram with all angles right. Measure side AB and CD. AC and BD too. Look at side AB and CD.Look at the figure. AB and CD and h are parallel with each other Two pairs of sides are parallel with each other. Are they parallel with each other? How about sides AC and BD? What can you say about them? Therefore. What can you say about their corners/angles? What is the measurement of their angles? This figure is called rectangle. Do they The figure has 4 sides AC and BD are parallel with each other.

Measure the sides of this figure. Are they parallel with each other? How about sides AC and BD? What can you say about them? Therefore. What can you say about it? 4.. Activity Card – Group 5 Look at the figure. What can you say about rhombus? It has 4 sides AB and CD are parallel AC and BD are parallel too.parallel sides are there? 3. how many pairs of parallel sides are there? 3.Look at side AB and CD.How many sides does this figure . What can you say about it? This is called rhombus. A square is a parallelogram with all sides equal and are right angle. 1. Two pairs are parallel.How many sides does this figure has? 2. Describe the characteristics of square. It is a kind of parallelogram. What can you say about their corners/angles? What is the measurement of their angles? This figure is called square. Measure the sides of this figure. Two pairs of sides are parallel All sides are equal A rhombus is a parallelogram with all sides equal but not all of its angles are right angles. All sides are equal All angles are right angle. 1. Activity Card – Group 4 Look at the figure. It is a kind of parallelogram.

Describe an irregular quadrilateral. AC and BD are parallel with each other AB and CD are not parallel with each other Only one pair of sides are parallel A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides 1.How many sides does this figure has? 2. No sides are parallel No sides are equal. square e.trapezoid b.Look at side e AC and BD.has? 2. 2. rhombus f.rectangle c. Irregular quadrilateral has no pairs of parallel sides 1. Are they parallel with each other? How about sides AB and CD? What can you say about them? Therefore. It has 4 sides They are not parallel They are not parallel too. how many pairs of parallel sides are there? 3. 3.a 3. What is a trapezoid? Activity Card – Group 6 It has 4 sides.Measure the sides of this figure. What can you say about it? Are they equal? This is an example of irregular quadrilateral. Fixing skills Match Column A with column B A B a. irregular quadrilateral 1. Are they parallel with each other? How about sides AC and BD? What can you say about them? Therefore. parallelogram d.c .Look at side AB and CD. how many pairs of parallel sides are there? This figure is called trapezoid/trapezium.d 2.e 4.

5.Parallelogram . 1. 4. f 4. Application For groups 1 and 2 Identify the kind of quadrilateral . 5.3. A square is a parallelogram with all sides equal and are right angle A rhombus is a parallelogram with all sides equal but not all of its angles are right angles A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides Irregular quadrilateral has no pairs of parallel sides 5. Generalization What are the different kinds of quadrilateral? What are parallelogram? Rectangle? Square? Rhombus? Trapezoid? Irregular quadrilateral? A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel side and each opposite sides has the same measurement A rectangle is a parallelogram with all angles right. 1.

Draw the following quadrilaterals.rhombus 5. 4.trapezoid For groups 3 and 4. 2. Irregular quadrilateral For groups 5 and 6 1. 1. 3. Rhombus 5. Color Irregular quadrilateral green .square 4. Rectangle 3. Parallelogram 2. Trapezoid 6.2.rectangle 3. Color Parallelogram red 2. Color Rhombus violet 5. Color Trapezoid orange 6. Square 4. Color Square yellow 4. 5. Color Rectangle blue 3.

Square b. Evaluation Choose the letter of the correct answer. a. The figure below is called _______. Irregular quadrilateral c. What kind of polygon has 4 sides? a. Triangle c. Hexagon 2. 1.IV. Rhombus d. This kind of quadrilateral has 2 pairs of parallel sides. Rectangle b. Rectangle c. . Pentagon d. trapezoid 4. Kite 3. Trapezoid b. Parallelogram d. What do you call a parallelogram with all side equal and all angles are right angle? a.

Trapezoid has 1 pair of parallel side _____4. A trapezoid is_________ a. V. _____3. A quadrilateral with all sides parallel. A quadrilateral with no parallel sides. All rectangle are parallelogram. A. Rectangle 5. Philippine Normal University College of Education Department of Field Study and Practice Teaching Taft Avenue. Assignment Write T if the statement is true and F if false. _____1. Manila . Trapezoid b. d. _____5. b. Square d. A rectangle is a kind of square.a. Rhombus c. A parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel sides. irregular quadrilateral has no sides equal. _____2. A quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides c. a quadrilateral with 1 pair of parallel side.

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