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# A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan

Mathematics III
5:30-6:30 pm
I.

Objectives:

## At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

1. define a point, a line and a plane,
2. describe the relationship among points, lines and planes,
3. name and illustrate models of points, lines and planes.
II.

Subject Matter :

Topic
Reference:

## : Some Undefined Terms

Geometry textbook
By: Soledad Jose-Dilao, Ed. D. and Julieta G. Bernabe Author-

Editor
Materials : Geometry book
Values Integration: Truthfulness and Friendship
III.

Teaching Strategies :

A. Drill
Look around the room. Identify objects, shapes or anything that may
represent a point, a line, or a plane. (Ask students to name as many as
quickly.)
B. Review
1. What terms or concepts in geometry have you learned from grade
school?
2. List them on the board.

C. Introduction / Motivation
Youre already familiar with the geometric terms points, lines and planes.
These terms are accepted as intuitive ideas and are not defined. They are

simply described. (Ask students to describe points, lines and planes from the
things they identified in the room. List them separately on the board.)

D. Presentation
1. Points, lines and planes are the basic terms in geometry.
2. Illustrate the idea of a point, a line segment, a ray and a plane.
3. Discuss the relationship among these ideas collinear, coplanar,
intersection and union.
E. Activity / Application
1. Group the students into four.
2. Each group gets five (5) objects from their things and let another group
identify whether the objects represents a point, a line or a plane.

F. Generalization
Have the students state the concepts learned.

IV.

Evaluation :

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2.
3.
4.
5.
V.

## A flat surface having length and width but no thickness.

A location in a space.
A path extending indefinitely in opposite direction.
The intersection of two planes.
The intersection of a line segment and a ray.
Assignment:

## Tell whether each of the following represent a point, a line or a plane.

1. Top of box
2. Star in the sky

3. Tip of pen
4. Cover of a book
5. A corner of a room

I.

Objectives

## At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

1. define a point, a line and a plane,
2. describe the relationship among points, lines and planes,
3. name and illustrate models of points, lines and planes.
II.

Content

Topic
: Some Undefined Terms
Reference : Geometry textbook
By: Soledad Jose-Dilao, Ed. D. and Julieta G. Bernabe AuthorEditor
Materials : Geometry book
Method
: Inductive Method
III.

Values/ Skills
Truthfulness and Friendship

IV.

## Teaching Learning Process

Teachers Activity

Students Activity

Preparation
Good morning class.

## Arrange your chairs and you

may take your seats.
I see that there are no absent
today, because all the chairs

## are being occupied. Very Good!

Motivation
I have here pictures of different
objects, then observe.
Have you

Presentation
1. Points, lines and planes are
the basic terms in geometry.
2. Illustrate the idea of a
point, a line segment, a ray
and a plane.
3. Discuss the relationship
among these ideas collinear,
coplanar, intersection and
union
A. Comparison and
Abstraction
Have the students state the
concepts learned.
Application
Assessment/ Evaluation
Identify the following.
1. A flat surface having
length and
width but no thickness.
2. A location in a space.
3. A path extending
indefinitely in
opposite direction.
4. The intersection of two
planes.
5. The intersection of a line
segment
and a ray.
Assignment
Tell whether each of the
following

## represent a point, a line or a

plane.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

top of box
stars in the sky
4 corners of a room
side of a cardboard
curtain rod

A. Drill
Look around the room. Identify objects, shapes or anything that may
represent a point, a line, or a plane. (Ask students to name as many as
quickly.)
B. Review
1. What terms or concepts in geometry have you learned from grade
school?
2. List them on the board.

C. Introduction / Motivation
Youre already familiar with the geometric terms points, lines and planes.
These terms are accepted as intuitive ideas and are not defined. They are
simply described. (Ask students to describe points, lines and planes from the
things they identified in the room. List them separately on the board.)

D. Presentation
1. Points, lines and planes are the basic terms in geometry.
2. Illustrate the idea of a point, a line segment, a ray and a plane.
3. Discuss the relationship among these ideas collinear, coplanar,
intersection and union.

E. Activity / Application
1. Group the students into four.
2. Each group gets five (5) objects from their things and let another group
identify whether the objects represents a point, a line or a plane.

F. Generalization
Have the students state the concepts learned.