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Carmona, Cavite

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s

Reference(s)

Instructional

Materials

First Grading

Learning

Competency

Number

Objectives

Sets: An

introduction

Describe and

illustrate well

defined sets,

subsets, universal

and null set,

Use venn diagram to

represent sets and

subsets

Union and

Intersection of

sets

union and

intersection

Perform the set

operations on union

and intersection of

sets

Use venn diagram to

represent the union

and intersection of

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Complement

of a set

Problem

solving

involving sets

Real Number

Fundamental

operations on

Integers

Properties on

operations of

sets

Describe and define

the complement of a

set

Find the

complement of a

given set

represent the

complement of a set

Solve word problems

involving sets with

the use of venn

diagram

Apply set operations

to solve variety of

word problems

Describe overview of

real number system

To peform

fundamental

operations on

integers

Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

To state and

illustrate the

integers

Rational

number in the

number line

Forms of

rational

numbers

Properties of

the operation

on Rational

numbers

Principal roots

and irrational

numbers

different properties

of the operations on

integers

To define and

illustrate rational

numbers and

arrange them on a

number line

To perform

operations on

rational numbers

Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

To illustrate

properties of rational

numbers

To describe the

principal roots and

tell whether they are

rational or irrational

The absolute

value of a

number

value of a number

Subsets of

real numbers

To describe,

represent and

Subsets of real nos.

Significant

digits and

scientific

notation

Word

problems

involving real

numbers

System of

Measurement

To determine

significant digit in a

given situation

To write very large

or small numbers in

scientific notation

To solve problems

involving real

numbers

1.Describe what it

means to measure

2. Illustrate the

development of

measurement from

primitive to the

present international

system of unit

3. estimate or

Measuring

Weight/Mass

and Volume

approximate length

4. Use appropriate

instruments to

measure length

5. Covert length

measurement from

one unit to another,

including the English

system

6. solve problems

involving length,

perimeter and area

1. Estimate or

approximate

measures of

weight/mass

and volume

2. Use

appropriate

instruments

to measure

weight/mass

and volume

3. Covert

weight/mass

and volume

measurement

s from one

unit to

another

including the

English

Measuring

Angles, Time

and

Temperature

system

4. Solve

problems

involving

weight/mass

and

volume/capaci

ty

1. Estimate or

approximate

measures of

angle, time

and

temperature

2. Use

appropriate

instruments

to measure

angles, time

and

temperature

3. Solve

problems

involving

time, speed,

temperature

and utilities

usage (meter

reading)

Carmona, Cavite

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Topics/Contents

Algebraic

Expressions

Translation of verbal

phrases to

mathematical

expressions and vice

versa

Evaluating algebraic

expression

Polynomials

Laws of exponent

Product rulepower rule

Reference(s)

Second Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competency

Number

Objectives

Define algebraic

expressions

Translate verbal

phrase into

algebraic

expression and vice

versa

Evaluate algebraic

expressions for

given values of the

variables

1.Illustrate the laws

of exponent and

their properties

2. identify the base,

coefficient and

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Power of a

product rule

Quotient rule

Power of a

quotient rule

Operations on

polynomials

Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

Special products

Product of two

binomials

Square of a

binomial

Product of the

sum and

difference of

two terms

Cube of

binomial

exponents

1. Define

polynomials,

constants,

variables and

coefficient

2. Define and

illustrate

monomial,

binomial,

trinomial

3. Perform

operations on

polynomials

1. Illustrate the

product of

two

binomials

2. Use the

product of

two

binomials to

solve

problems

3. Illustrate the

square of a

binomial

4. Use the

5.

6.

7.

8.

Introduction to

equations

1.

2.

square of a

binomial to

solve

problems

Illustrate the

product of

sum and

difference of

two terms

Use the

product of

the sum and

difference of

two terms to

solve

problems

Illustrate

cube of

binomial

Use the cube

of binomial to

solve

problems

Define

equations,

solutions and

identify

conditional

equations

and false

equations

Translate

English

sentences to

mathematica

l sentences

and vice

versa

Properties of

equality

different properties

of equality

Solving equations

using addition and

subtraction

Solve simple

equations by using

addition and

subtraction

Solving equations

using multiplication

and division

Solve simple

equations by using

multiplication and

division

Solving multi-step

equations

Word

Problems

Number

Age

Work

Uniform

motion

Mixture

Business and

investment

Geometry

Linear inequalities

and open sentences

in one variable

Solve simple

equations using a

combination of four

fundamental

operations

1. Use

equations to

solve word

problems

2. Analyze word

problems and

manipulate

equation

Solve inequalities

and graph their

solution sets

Absolute value in

open sentence

Solve linear

equalities and

inequalities

involving absolute

value

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Topics/Conten

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Basic

concepts and

terms

Undefined

terms:

Point

Line

Plane

Angles

Reference(s

)

Instructional

Materials

Third Grading

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

line and plane

1. Illustrate the idea of

point, line and plane

2. Name the subsets of a

line

Segment

ray

1. define and illustrate

angles

2. name the parts of an

angle

3. determine the

measure of an angle

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

using a protractor

4. illustrate the different

kinds of angles

acute

right

obtuse

Polygons

Different

kinds of

polygon

Convex and

Non convex

polygon

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

different kinds of

polygons, according to

the number of sides

2. identify the parts of a

regular polygon

Differentiate convex from

non convex polygon

1.

2.

triangles

its basic parts

its secondary parts

classify triangles

according to angles

and sides

quadrilaterals

2. name the different

kinds of quadrilaterals

Circles

1. Define circle

2. Illustrate, name and

identify and define the

terms related to the

circle

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Topics/Content

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Statistics and

basic terms

Reference(s)

Instructional

Materials

Fourth Grading

Learning

Competency

Number

Objectives

terms:

Statistics

Population

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignment

Sample

Data

Other related

terms

Sampling

Techniques

sampling techniques

Collecting

Data

Collect statistical

data and organize

them in a table

Constructing

frequency

table

Construct frequency

distribution table

Presentation

of data

Bar graph

Line graph

Circle or pie

Analysis of

data

graphs and tables

Measure of

central

tendencies for

central tendency

using ungrouped

ungrouped

data

data

Measure of

central

tendencies for

grouped data

central tendency

using grouped data

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First Grading

Inclusive

Dates

Topics/Contents

Undefined Terms

Point

Line

Segments

rays

Plane

Segments and rays

Measure of angles

Classification of angles

Polygons

Reference(s)

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

1. Describe the

idea of point,

line and plane

2. Illustrate point,

line and planes

3. Define, identify

and name the

subset of a line

1. Define and

illustrate angles

2. Name the parts

of angles

Determine the

measure of an angle

using a protractor

Illustrate different

kinds of angles

Acute

Right

obtuse

1. illustrate

different kinds

of polygons

according to the

number of sides

identify

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

the parts

of a

regular

polygon

Convex and non convex

polygon

Differentiate convex

and non convex

polygons

Triangles

Illustrate

Classification of

triangles

triangle

its basic

parts

its

secondar

y parts

Classify triangles

according to:

angles

sides

Quadrilaterals

illustrate the different

kinds of quadrilaterals

interior angles of

the measure of the

triangles

quadrilaterals

polygons

interior angles of

triangles

quadrilaterals

polygon

exterior angles of

triangles

quadrilaterals

polygons

the measure of the

exterior angles of

triangles

quadrilaterals

polygons

Circles

related to circle

radius

diameter

chord

tangent

secant

inscribe angle

central angle

Measurement of Plane

and Solid Figures

Word Problems

1. perimeter of

triangle, square

and rectangles

and other

figures

2. circumference

of a circle

3. area of

triangles,

square,

parallelogram,

trapezoid and

circle

4. surface area of

cube, prism,

pyramid,

cylinder, cone

and sphere

5. volume of cube,

prism, pyramid,

cylinder, cone

and sphere

Solve problems

involving plane and

solid figures

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Topics/Contents

Betweeness and

Collinearity of points

Congruent segments

and midpoint of a

segment

Reference(s)

Second Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

Illustrate betweeness

and collinearity of

points

1. define

congruent

segments and

midpoint of a

segment

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

2. illustrate

congruent

segments and

midpoint of a

segment

3. form conclusion

upon identifying

midpoint of a

segment

Bisector of an angle

Perpendicularity

illustrate bisector of

an angle

1. describe and

illustrate the

different kinds

of angle pairs

supplementary

complementary

congruent

adjacent

linear pair

vertical angles

1. define

perpendicular

lines

2. identify right

angles formed

by

perpendicular

lines

3. illustrate

perpendicularity

Relations among the

sides and angles of a

triangle

Parallel lines

1. Identify/describ

e the relations

among sides

and angles of a

triangle

Exterior and

correspondin

g remote

interior

angles of a

triangle

Triangle

inequality

Define and illustrate

parallel lines

Transversals

transversals

Angles formed by

parallel lines cut by

transversal

Describe/determine

the angles formed by

parallel lines cut by

transversal

Alternate

interior angles

Alternate

exterior angles

Corresponding

angles

Angles on the

same side of

transversal

Problems using

definitions and

properties involving

relationships between

segments and between

angles

definitions and

properties involving

relationships between

segments and

between angles

Properties of

Congruence

problems involving

Reflexive

property

Symmetric

property

Transitive

property

Congruent triangles

Properties of

congruence

Triangle Congruence

SSS

SAS

ASA

SAA

1. Define and

illustrate

congruent

triangles

2. Name the

corresponding

parts of

congruent

triangles

1. Differentiate

included angle

and included

side

2. Use inductive

skills to prove

congruence

between

triangles

Apply deductive skills

to show congruence

between triangles

using:

SSS

SAS

ASA

SAA

a triangle

Illustrate the

relationship of the

sides and angles in a

triangle

Congruent sides

in a triangle

imply that

angles opposite

them are

congruent

Congruent

angles in a

triangle imply

that the sides

opposite them

are congruent

Non congruent

sides in a

triangle imply

that the angles

opposite them

are not

congruent

Non congruent

angles in a

triangle imply

that the sides

opposite them

are not

congruent

Inequalities in a Triangle

the

smallest angle

of a triangle

largest angle of

a triangle

Inequality in an

isosceles triangle

Prove inequality

properties in an

isosceles triangle

congruence

triangle congruence to

prove:

congruent

segments

congruent

angles

Problems involving

segments and angles

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Topics/Contents

Quadrilaterals

Reference(s)

Third Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

1. describe a

quadrilateral

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

Kinds of Quadrilateral

properties

its properties

Properties involving

diagonals

Conditions which

guarantee that a

quadrilateral is a

parallelogram

parts

2. identify if a

quadrilateral is

convex or non

convex

name and differentiate

the different kinds of

quadrilaterals

1. name the parts

of trapezoid

2. determine the

properties of an

isosceles

trapezoid

Identify the properties

of a parallelogram

Derive the properties

of diagonals of

different kinds of

parallelogram by

measurement

1. Apply inductive

and deductive

skills to derive

the properties

of

parallelogram

each diagonal

divides a

parallelogram

2.

3.

into two

congruent

triangles

opposite angles

are congruent

non opposite

angles are

supplementary

opposite sides

are congruent

diagonals bisect

each other

Apply inductive

and deductive

skills to derive

the properties

of special

quadrilaterals

Rectangle

Square

Rhombus

Apply the

conditions to

prove that a

quadrilateral is

a parallelogram

Apply fundamental

law of ratio and

proportion

Proportional segments

Basic proportionality

theorem and its

converse

Similar Triangles

Similarity Theorem

1. Define

proportional

segments

2. Apply the

definition of

proportional

segments to

find unknown

lengths

Illustrate and verify

the basic

proportionality

theorem and its

converse

1. Define similar

triangles

2. Apply the

definition of

similar triangles

in

Determining if

two triangles

are similar

Finding the

length of n side

or measure of

an angle of a

triangle

1.Verify the similarity

theorems

AA Similarity

SSS Similarity

Properties of similar

Triangles

AA Similarity Theorem

Pythagorean Theorem

similar triangles and

the proportionality

theorem to calculate

lengths of certain line

segments

1. Determine the

similarity in a

right triangle

2. Apply the AA

Similarity

theorem to

determine

similarities in a

right triangle

1. Apply the

definition of

similar triangles

to derive the

Pythagorean

theorem

2. Find the length

of the sides of a

right triangle

Problems involving

similar triangles

using the

Pythagorean

theorem

Derive the

relationships between

the sides of isosceles

right triangle and 3060-90 right triangle

using the Pythagorean

theorem

Solve problems

involving similar

triangles

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Topics/Contents

Reference(s)

Fourth Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

minor arc and central

angles

2. determine the

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

and central angle

intercepted arcs

1. Identify an

inscribed angle

2. Determine the

measure of an

inscribed angle

Tangent

1. Apply the

properties of a

line tangent to

a circle

2. Solve problems

involving line

tangent to a

circle

Angles formed by

intersecting secants

Determine the

measure of the angle

formed by the

following:

Two tangent

lines

A tangent line

and a secant

line

the line given two

points of the line

Two point form

Slope intercept

form

Point of Intersection

Determine

algebraically the point

of intersection of two

lines

Parallel and

Perpendicular lines

of parallel lines and

perpendicular lines

Distance Formula

distance formula using

the Pythagorean

theorem

Midpoint formula

midpoint formula

Solving problems

involving distance and

midpoint formula

and midpoint formula

to find the

Lengths of

segments

Unknown

vertices or

points

Coordinate proof

Equation of a circle

Verify properties of

triangles and

quadrilaterals using

coordinate proof

form of the equation

of the circle

circle

radius of the circle

circle

Determine the

equation of the circle

given:

Its center and

radius

Its radius and

the point of

Problems involving

circles

tangency with a

given line

Solve routine and non

routine problems

involving circles

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Topics/Contents

Reference(s)

First Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

1. Define a

function

2. Differentiate a

function from

mere relation

Function Notation

Algebra of function

1. Illustrate the

meaning of the

function

notation

2. Determine the

value of f(X)

given a value

for x

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

Linear Functions

f(x) =mx + b

function f(x) = mx +

b

f(x)=mx + b and vice

versa

linear function given

the following:

Any two points

X and y

intercepts

Slope and one

point

Slope and the yintercept

Determine the

following, given the:

Slope

Trend:

increasing or

decreasing

X and y

intercepts

Some points

Determining f(x)=mx +

b

Determine f(x)=mx+b

using

Slope and yintercept

X and y

intercepts

Slope and one

point

Any two points

Problem solving

Solve problems

involving linear

functions

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Quadratic functions

Reference(s)

Second Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

1. Identify

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

quadratic

functions

f(x)=ax2 + bx

+c

2. Rewrite the

quadratic

function ax2 +

bx + c in the

form f(x) = a

(x-h)2 + k and

vice versa

3. Determine the

Highest or

lowest point

(vertex)

Axis of

symmetry

Direction or

opening of the

graph

Graph of quadratic

function

of a quadratic

function using

the:

Vertex

Axis of

symmetry

Direction of

opening of the

graph

Given points

2. Analyze the

effects on the

graph of

changes in a, h

and k in f(x) =

a (x-h)2 + k

Zeros of quadratic

function

quadratic function by:

Factoring

Quadratic

formula

Completing the

square

More on quadratic

functions

Derive a quadratic

function given:

Zeros of the

function

Table of values

Graph

Problem Solving

Solve problems

involving quadratic

function and equation

Polynomial fucntions

Identify a polynomial

function from a given

set of relations

Degree of Polynomial

fucntions

Quotient of Polynomials

of a given polynomial

function

polynomials by:

Algorithm

Synthetic

division

Remainder Theorem

Find by synthetic

division the quotient

and the remainder

when p(x) is divided

by (x-c)

the remainder the

theorem

for x = k by:

Synthetic

division

Remainder

theorem

Factor Theorem

Zeros of polynomial

functions of degree

greater than 2

theorem

polynomial functions

of degree greater than

2 by:

Factor theorem

Factoring

Synthetic

division

Depressed

equations

Graph of polynomial

functions of degree

greater than 2

polynomial functions

of degree greater than

2

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Topics/Contents

Exponential Functions

Reference(s)

Third Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

Identify certain

relationships which

are exponential

Pop. Growth

over time

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

Growth of

bacteria over

time

Others

Trend of Exponential

Functions

Given a table of

ordered pairs, state

whether the trend is

exponential or not

Graph of exponential

function

exponential function

Properties of

exponential function

Describe some

properties of the

exponential function,

f(x) = ax

a>1

0<a<1

Graph of an exponential

function

of an

exponential

function

determine the:

Domain

Range

Intercepts

Trend

Asymptote

Zeros of Exponential

Function

Inverse functions

2. Describe the

behaviour of

the graph of an

exponential

function

Use the laws on

exponents to find the

zeros of exponential

functions

1. Define inverse

function

2. Determine the

inverse of a

given function

Logarithmic Functions

function

a

f(x) = log

x as the inverse of

the exponential

function

f(x) = ax

Graph of Logarithmic

Functions

of the

logarithmic

functions

f(x) = log

x

2. Describe some

properties of

the logarithmic

function from its

graph

Laws of Logarithms

of logarithms

2. Solve simple

logarithmic

equations

Problems involving

exponential and

logarithmic functions

Solve problems

involving exponential

and logarithmic

functions

Circular Function

Unit circle

to radian and vice versa

Angles in standard

position, coterminal

angles

Reference angles

circle

Angle in standard

position in a unit circle

Arc lengths

Unit measure of

an angle

Convert from degree

to radian and vice

versa

Illustrate angles in

Standard

position

Coterminal

angles

Reference

angles

Visualize rotations

along the unit circle

and relate these to

angle measures

( clockwise or counter

clockwise directions)

Length of an arc

Angles beyond

360 or 2

radians

Determine the

coordinates of its

terminal side

1. When one

coordinate is

Pythagorean

theorem and

the properties

of special right

triangles)

2. When the angle

is of the form

18030

18060

18045

90

Six circular functions

circular

functions

Sine

Cosine

Tangent

Cotangent

Secant

Cosecant

2. Find the six

circular

functions of

angles with

special values

Given the angle , -2

Six trigonometric

functions in standard

position

2 or -360

360, draw and

describe the graph of

Sine

Cosine

tangent

1. define the six

trigonometric

functions of an

angle in

standard

position

2. find the values

of six

trigonometric

functions of an

angle given

some conditions

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Triangle Trigonometry

Reference(s)

Fourth Grading

Instructional

Materials

Learning

Competenc

y

Number

Objectives

Demonstrate ability to

apply trigonometric

functions, laws of sine

and cosine to solve

Activities/

Strategies

Evaluation

Assignmen

t

problems involving

right triangles

triangles using

the law of sines

triangles using

the law of

cosines

Statistics

Summation

Sampling Techniques

1.

2.

Define:

statistics

sample

population

give the history

and importance

of the study of

statistics

summation to find

sum

Explain the different

sampling techniques

Collection of Statistical

Data

Measures of central

tendency for ungrouped

data

Measures of central

tendency for grouped

data

Measures of Variability

1. Collect

statistical data

and organize in

a table

2. 2. Construct

frequency

distribution

tables

Find the measure of

central tendency using

ungrouped data

Mean

Median

Mode

Find the measure of

central tendency using

ungrouped data

Mean

Median

Mode

1. Calculate the

different

measures of

variability

elative to a

given set of

data, grouped

or ungrouped

Range

Standard

deviation

2. Give the

characteristics

of a set of data

using the

measures of

variability

Statistical data

Analyze, interpret,

draw conclusion, make

predictions, make

recommendations/deci

sion

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