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# Lesson 1

## Visualizing Circumference of a Circle

Elicit
What is perimeter? Get the perimeter
9 cmof the plane figures below.
7m
15 m

9 cm

5m

9m
10 m
24 m
18 cm
28 m
12 cm

15 cm
9 cm

How did you get the perimeter of all the plane figures?
Does a circle also have a perimeter?

## Pause & Answer

How well do I know this idea?
How prepared am I to move further to this lesson?

Engage
Can you make a hula hoop? How long is the plastic tubing used to make this? (illustrate two
children playing with a hula hoop)
What do you think is the circumference of this object?

## Pause & Answer

What do I want to know about the area of a circle?
What do I want to learn this?

Explore
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The hula hoop can be stretch out into a straight line. (illustrate a
hula hoop. illustrate a hula hoop that is straightened. The length of the
straightened hoop is scaled to 5 cm to 2 m. The length of straightened is 10 cm.)
How long actually is the hula hoop?
Its circumference is 2 meters.
The circles below are the tip of tin cans.

What happens to the circumference of circles as the length of diameter becomes longer?

Explain
When do you use circumference in your life? Talk with your seatmates and discuss about
this. Below are the ideas that you learned in this lesson.
Area is the number of square units it takes to cover a surface.
1. The perimeter or distance around a circle is called circumference.
2. The circumference of a circle increases as the diameter becomes longer.

Elaborate
Get a string and lay around the circumference of the circles. Find the circumferences
of the circles below. (illustrate the circles with these circumferences)
1. 7 cm
2. 10 cm

3. 18 cm
4. 34 cm

5. 48 cm

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Enrich
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Surf the internet. Look for more information and exercises about the adding fractions and
mixed numbers that you have just learned. Provide the following information taken from
your source.
What information did you get?
Where did you get this information?
What exercises did you find? In what website did you get them?
What additional information did you learn?
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Evaluate

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12. Test your KNOWLEDGE & UNDERSTANDING

13. Write True on the blank if the statement is correct, if not write a reason why it is
incorrect.
14. ______1. The circumference of a circle increases as it radius becomes shorter.
False
15. ______2. The distance around the circle is called the perimeter. False
16. ______3. The circumference of a regular basketball is less than a meter. True
17. ______4. The length of the diameter is longer than the circumference of a circle.
False
18. ______5. A boy ran around the circular field. The distance he ran is the
circumference of the field. True
19. Show your SKILLS, PRODUCT or PERFORMANCE
20. Copy the table below.
21. Use a string and a measuring tool to get the circumference of the listed objects.
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Objects
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tin can
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analog clock
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Plate
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Tip of a cup
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Circumference
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35. How did you get the circumference of the following objects? Which of the objects has
the longest circumference?

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## Pause & Answer

Are you happy with the result of your evaluation? Why?

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## What concepts are clear to you?

What concepts are still not clear to you?

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Expand

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Look for five circular objects inside your house or classroom. Using the method
of putting a string around the circular object, get the circumferences of the
objects. Complete the table below.
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