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UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP

Isabela Campus
Minante 1, Cauayan, Isabela
BASIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
S.Y. 2013-2014
Subject: Mathematics 4
Title: Soaring 21
st
Century Mathematics
Course Description:
The highlighted skills in soaring 21
st
Century Mathematics 6 are automation of computational skills and the use of reasoning based on logic. Through these, the students
can solve confidently and accurately to prepare them for the challenge of the next century.
Number of Units:
Pre-requisite: Mathematics 3
General Objectives:
The students should be able to:
A. Cognitive
1. Develop empirical skills in computation;
2. Acquire understanding of mathematical terms and concepts;
B. Psychomotor
3. Converse confidently about quantities, logical relationships, and unknown quantities using the four basic operations, models, graph illustrations, and other means
learned and acquired during the study of the course;
4. Reason logically by way of scientific process; that is by gathering data and interpret then through the use of graphs, and present them with clear processes to support
inferences;
5. Apply the benefits of mathematics to other fields of studies to have more productive outcome.
C. Affective
6. Be an enthusiastic learner of mathematics who can solve problems in ways through the use formulas, techniques, or simple their critical thinking abilities;
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TIME
FRAM
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TOPICS OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS
VALUES
INTEGRATION
EVALUATION REMARK
S
Week 1 1. Concepts of
Whole
Numbers
2. Rounding Off
Whole
Numbers
1. Give the
different
types of
number
systems
2. Identify the
place value
and the
value of
each digit
3. Compare
and order
numbers
4. Round off
numbers
through
billions
1. Deduction on
the concepts
of whole
numbers and
the
fundamental
operations.
2. Use of drill
method in
rounding
whole
numbers
Pencil
Paper
Newspapers
with numbers
in them
1. Promote
creativity and
use of
imagination
in doing
things
2. Stress that
study habits is
important
1. Seatwork
2. Boardwork
3. Quiz
4. Homework



Week 2 1. Addition and
Subtraction of
Whole
Numbers
2. Mental
addition and
Subtraction of
Whole
Numbers
1. Add and
subtract
whole
numbers
2. Use
shortcuts in
applying
the
operations
on whole
number
1. Recall the
concepts of
addition
2. Use of group
activities in
doing
required
tasks.
3. Employment
of drill
method to
ensure
mastery

Drill cards
Manila paper
Marker
1. Discuss why
unity is
important
2. Work
harmoniously
with
groupmates
1. Seatwork
2. Boardwork
3. Oral
recitation
4. Quiz
5. homework










Week 3 1. Multiplication
of Whole
Numbers
2. Division of
1. review the
basic
concepts
of
1. Use of
deductive
method to
reinforce
Flashcards
Marker
1. Show
diligence in
studies
2. Stress that
1. Seatwork
2. Boardwork
3. Quiz
4. Homework

Whole
Numbers

multiplicati
on
2. recognize
and use the
properties
of
multiplicati
on
3. multiply
two factors
4. review the
basic
division
facts
5. divide
whole
numbers


previous
learning
2. Solving
problem sets
3. Use of
grouping in
solving
complex
problems
fairness is the
key to
harmony

Week 4 1. Estimation of
Whole
Numbers
2. Orders of
Operations
1.Estimate
sum, difference,
product and
quotient
2. evaluate
expression using
the rules of order
of operations



1. Class
discussion on
estimation of
whole
numbers
2. Use of speed
math
estimating
whole
numbers.
3. More exercise
in solving the
order of
operations in
whole
numbers
Worksheets
flashcards
1. Develop
competitiveness
and excellence in
doing things
2. Acquire self
confidence in
performing tasks.
1. Oral
recitation
2. Seatwork
3. Quiz
4. Homework


Week 5 1. Average
2. Powers and
Exponent
1. Find the
average of
a set of
1. Guided
discovery in
getting the
Flashcards
Prepared
worksheets
1. Attentive in
class
discussion
1. Quiz
2. Homework
3. Seatwork

numbers
2. Use
powers and
exponents
in number
sentence
3. Write
numbers
using
exponents
4. Find the
value of
numbers in
exponentia
l form

average on
numbers and
in writing
numbers in
exponential
form
2. Use of
review
and drill
methods.
3. More on
written
exercises.

2. Participation
in classroom
activities
Week 6 1. Solving Multi-
step Problem
Using Block
Model
Approach
2. Chapter
Review
1. Solve
multi-step
problem
using the
block
model
approach
2. Show
mastery on
the lessons
discussed
1. Drills and
exercises
2. Boradworks
3. Games
Prepared
sample
problems in
manila paper
1. Stress that
helping others
is a good
behavior.
2. Acquire the
value of
generosity
and
compassion.
1. Seatwork
2. Quiz
3. Homework
4. Chapter test

Week 7 1. Place Value of
Decimals
2. Comparison
and Order of
decimals
3. Round Off
Decimals
1. Read and
write
decimals
2. Give the
place value
and value
of decimals
3. Compare
and order
decimals
4. Round off
1. Use of
number line
in discussing
the place
value of
decimals
2. Exposition of
ways compare
and order
decimals
3. Guided
Worksheets
Place value
chart
Graphing
paper
1. Promote
readiness and
alertness in
class
discussion.
2. Orientation
on the role
each one
plays in
school and at
home.
1. Oral
recitation
2. Seatwork
3. Boardwork
4. Quiz
5. Homework

decimals discovery
rounding off
decimals

Week 8 1. Addition and
Subtraction of
Decimals
2. Estimation of
sum and
Difference of
Decimals

1. Add and
subtract
decimals
2. Estimate
the sum
and
difference
of decimals
1. Group
dynamics in
adding and
subtracting
decimals.
2. Group games
Sample items
sold in a
store
flashcards
1. Promote
group
interaction
1. Oral
recitation
2. Seatwork
3. Boardwork
4. Quiz
5. Homework

Week 9 1. Multiplication
of Decimals
2. Division of
Decimals
1. Multiply
decimals
by whole
numbers
2. Divide
decimals
by whole
numbers
and vice
versa
3. Divide
decimals
by decimal
4. Divide
decimals
by a pair of
10
1. Guided
discovery in
multiplying
decimals by
whole
number;
dividing
whole
numbers by
decimal and
vice versa;
dividing
decimal by
another
decimal; and
dividing
decimal by a
pair of 10
Flashcards 1. Encourage
students to
share and
learn the
value of
fairness in
dividing
resources.

1. Quiz
2. Homework
3. Seatwork

Week
10
1. Estimation of
Products of
Decimals
1. Estimate
the
products of
decimals
1. Exposition in
estimating the
products of
decimals
Flashcards Diligence in
studies
1. Quiz
2. Seatwork
3. Homework








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TOPICS OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES INSTRUCTIONA
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MATERIALS
VALUES
INTEGRATION
EVALUATION REMARK
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Week
11
1. Multiples
and Factors
2. Divisibility
rules
1. Recognize
the multiples
of a number
2. Find all the
factors of a
number
3. Identify odd
and even
numbers
4. State the
divisibility
rules
5. Apply the
divisibility
rules of
some
numbers
1. Prepared
examples of
properties
of odd and
even
numbers
flashcards
1. Stress that
study habits is
important
1. Seatwork
2. Boardwork
3. Quiz
4. Homework



Week
12
1. Prime
factorization
of numbers
2. Greatest
Common
Factor
3. Least
Common
Multiples
1. Identify
prime and
composite
numbers
2. Find the
prime
factorization
of composite
number
3. Find the
greatest
common
factor of two
or more
number
4. Find the
1. Flashcards
Prepared
example on
prime
factorizatio
n
1. Discuss why
unity is
important
2. Work
harmoniously
with
groupmates
1. Seatwork
2. Boardwork
3. Quiz
4. homework

least
common
multiple of a
set of
numbers

Week 3 Review 1.4
1.5 Divisibility
Rules
1. Recall
salient
points in
number
theory
2. Identify if
the given
number is
divisible by
another
number.
3. Familiarize
divisibility
rules
4. Use of
deductive
method to
reinforce
previous
learning
5. Solving
problem sets
6. Memorization
and
familiarization
of divisibility
rules.
7. Use of
grouping in
solving
complex
problems
3. Show
diligence in
studies
4. Stress that
fairness is the
key to
harmony
5. Seatwork
6. Boardwork
7. Song
adaptation
about the
lesson
discussed
8. Quiz
9. Homework


Week 4 1.6 Greatest
Common Factor
(GCF) and Least
Common
Denominator
(LCM)
1. Identify the
common
factor
and greatest
common
factor
2. Identify the
common
multiple and
least
common
multiple of
two
or more
4. Class
discussion on
GCF and LCM
.
5. Use of speed
math in
identifying
GCF and LCM
of a given set
of numbers.
6. More exercise
in finding GCF
and LCM
using different
1. Develop
competitiveness
and excellence in
doing things
2. Acquire self
confidence in
performing tasks.
5. Enumeration
of factors and
multiples of
two or more
numbers.
6. Oral recitation
7. Seatwork
8. Quiz
9. Homework


numbers.
3. Get the GCF
and
LCM of two
or
more
numbers
using
different
methods



stratgies
Week 5 Chapter Review 5. Familiarize
and show
mastery in
using whole
numbers and
number
theory

1. Use of review
and drill
methods.
More on written
exercises.

3. Attentive in
class
discussion
4. Participation
in classroom
activities
3. Chapter test
Week 6 2.1 Fractions and
mixed numbers
2.2 Addition and
Subtraction of
fractions
3. Identify
fractions on
a number
line.
4. Identify
different
kinds of
fractions
5. Find the
missing
terms in an
equivalent
fractions.
6. Recall
concepts
learned
about LCM
to look for
4. Use of
concrete and
semi-concrete
material in
class
discussion
5. Presentation of
number lines in
locating
fractions.
6. Discussion on
equivalent
fractions.
7. Deduction on
finding the
sum and
difference of
fractions.
3. Stress that
helping others
is a good
behavior.
4. Acquire the
value of
generosity
and
compassion.
5. Oral Recitation
6. Drawing
output
7. Seatwork
8. Quiz
9. homework

the least
common
denominator
Of two or
more
dissimilar
fractions
7. Write
fractions in
lowest term
using GCF
8. Use of flash
cards in
finding the
sum and
difference of
similar
fractions
Week 7 2.3 addition and
Subtraction of
mixed numbers
2.4 Product of
Fractions
5. Add and
subtract
mixed
numbers
using
different
ways
6. Recall and
apply
concepts
learned an
adding and
subtracting
dissimilar
fractions
7. Find the
product of
fractions in
different
ways
4. Use of
flashcards in
finding the
sum and
difference of
similar
fractions in a
form of a game
5. Exposition of
ways on how
to find the sum
and difference
of mixed
numbers.
6. Guided
discovery in
finding
shortcuts in
multiplying
fractions
7. Group
dynamics in
problem
solving
involving sum,
difference, and
product of
mixed numbers
3. Promote
readiness and
alertness in
class
discussion.
4. Orientation
on the role
each one
plays in
school and at
home.
5. Encourage
students to
propagate
trees to help
save the
environment.
6. Oral recitation
7. Seatwork
8. Boardwork
9. Quiz
10. Homework

and fractions.
Week 8 2.5 Division of
Fractions

2.6 More on
Solving Word
Problems Involving
Fractions Using the
Model Approach
3. Divide
fractions in
different
ways
4. Solve two or
more
operations
involving
fractions
5. Use model
approach in
solving two
or more step
problems
involving
fractions
3. Use of
concrete
examples in
class
discussion.
4. Guided
discovery in
learning the
concept of
division of
fraction.
5. Exposition in
finding the
reciprocal of a
number.
6. Group
dynamics in
solving word
problems of
two or more
operations
involving
fractions using
the block
model
approach.
2. Encourage
students to
share and
learn the
value of
fairness in
dividing
resources.
3. Promote
group
interaction
6. Oral recitation
7. Seatwork
8. Boardwork
9. Quiz
10. Homework

Week 9 Chapter Review 2. Review and
drill
3. Paper and
Pencil
exercises
1. Eagerness and
enthusiasm
2. Chapter test
Week
10
Integration Period
and First Quarterly
Examination
3. First Quarterly
Examination



















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Soaring 21
st
Century Mathematics


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Mr. Noel A. Estrada Ms. Raquel M. Tabaday Dr. Warren L. Calilung
Teacher Principal School Director