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Department of Education

Region V
Division of Camarines Sur
CALABANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Sta. Cruz, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
SY: 2014-2015
TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS
Mathematics 9
Second Grading Period

COMPETENCIES
1. Find the sum and product of quadratic
equations.
2. Find the quadratic equation given the
sum and product of the roots
3. Determine rational expressions
transformable to quadratic equations
4. Solve word problems involving quadratic
equations
5. Find the solution to quadratic inequalities
6. Identify quadratic functions
7. Transform quadratic functions from
general form to vertex form and vice
versa
8. Find the vertex and axis symmetry of the
graph of quadratic functions
TOTAL
Prepared by:
MARICRIS B. RICAFRENTE
Teacher III

TOPICS

No. of
Hours
Taken

%

No. of
items

Sum and Product of the Zeros of
Quadratic Equation

3

12%

6

2

8%

5

Rational Expressions Transformable to
Quadratic Equations
Solving Word Problems Involving
Quadratic Equations
Solving Quadratic Inequalities
Introduction to Quadratic Functions
Forms of Quadratic Functions

1

4%

2

2

3

12%

6

6

1
2
5

4%
8%
20%

3
4
9

2
3
2

1
1
7

Graph of Quadratic Functions

8

32%

15

4

4

7

25

100%

50

12

19

19

Noted:
ALFREDO S. DE OSIO JR.
Head Teacher III, Mathematics

LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT
Knowledge
Process
Understanding
1

4

1

2

3

Approved:
SYLVIA D. OBIAS, Ed.D.
Secondary School Principal II

Department of Education Region V Division of Camarines Sur CALABANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Sta.D. OBIAS. Calabanga. Ed. Find the roots of radical expressions TOTAL Prepared by: MARICRIS B. 7. Apply the laws involving positive integral exponents to zero and negative integral exponents 10. RICAFRENTE Teacher III 8 % 28% 32% No. 9. Translate into variation statement a relationship involving combined variation between two quantities 8. Cruz. Head Teacher III. of Hours Taken Direct Variation 7 Inverse Variation 5. Translate into variation statement a relationship involving inverse variation between two quantities 4. 3. Translate into variation statement a relationship involving direct variation between two quantities 2. Mathematics 6 7 6 1 2 1 1 3 Joint Variation Zero. Translate into variation statement a relationship involving joint variation between two quantities 6. Solve problems/word problems involving combined variation. Camarines Sur SY: 2014-2015 COMPETENCIES 1. of items 13 LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT Knowledge Process Understanding 4 16 2 8% 4 1 Combined Variation 2 8% 4 2 Noted: ALFREDO S. Solve problems/word problems involving direct variation. DE OSIO JR. Secondary School Principal II . TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS Mathematics 9 THIRD Grading Period TOPICS No. Solve problems/word problems involving inverse variation. Solve problems/word problems involving joint variation.Negative and Rational Exponents Radicals 3 3 12% 6 1 5 3 25 12% 100% 7 50 1 12 4 21 2 17 Approved: SYLVIA D.

graph and zeros. Camarines Sur COMPETENCIES 1. 8. axis of symmetry. Head Teacher III. 3. Cruz. Determine the vertex. 4.Department of Education Region V Division of Camarines Sur CALABANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Sta. 9. graph and equation. of items 5 LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT Knowledge Process Understanding 4 1 4 13.33% 5 2 4 13.67% 4 4 2 6. Solve real life problems involving variations. TOTAL Prepared by: MARICRIS B. Calabanga. RICAFRENTE Teacher III TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS Mathematics 9 Second Grading Period SY: 2015-2016 TOPICS No. COLLERA Secondary School Principal II . 6. Transforms quadratic functions from y = ax2 + bx + c into y = a(x – h)2 + k and vice versa. Solve problems applying the concept of variation. 7.67% 100% 3 50 5 4 6 Graph of Quadratic Functions Finding the Equation of Quadratic Functions Applications of Quadratic Functions Variation Noted: 5 1 1 1 11 3 4 21 2 18 Approved: ALFREDO S.33% 6 6 9 30% 15 2 6. h and k of a quadratic function and its graph. 5. inverse. joint and combined variations.33% 7 2 30 6. Solve problems involving quadratic functions. Determines the equation of quadratic functions given a table of values. Represents quadratic functions using table of values.67% 3 2 3 1 10% 3. 2. Illustrate situations that are direct. Mathematics Department of Education 1 GRACE A. Analyzes the effect of changing the values of a. DE OSIO JR. of Hours % Taken 3 10% Introduction to Quadratic Functions No. extreme value and direction of opening of the graph of quadratic functions.

10.5% 100% 4 3 50 Noted: 1 3 3 1 1 8 Department of Education 2 3 25 Approved: ALFREDO S. Identify quadratic equations.5% 11 1 3 7. Find the value of the mean. Find the solution to quadratic inequalities 8.5% Equations Sum and Product of the Zeros of 3 7. Cruz. DE OSIO JR. 9. Find the sum and product of quadratic equations. TOTAL Prepared by: MARICRIS B. Mathematics 10 GRACE A.5% 4 4 9 22. RICAFRENTE Teacher III Region V Division of Camarines Sur CALABANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Sta. Find the solutions of quadratic equations 3. COLLERA Secondary School Principal II 2 17 .COMPETENCIES 1. Solve word problems involving quadratic equations 7.5% 4 Measures of Central Tendencies 4 10% 5 Measures of Variability Measures of Position 3 3 40 7. Solve for the Discriminant and determine the nature of the roots of quadratic equations 4.5% Quadratic Equation No. Calabanga. Camarines Sur SY: 2014-2015 TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS Mathematics 9 First Grading Period TOPICS No. of items 3 8 4 LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT Knowledge Process Understanding 3 1 5 2 1 2 1 4 4 Equations Transformable to Quadratic Equations Solving Word Problems Involving Quadratic Equations Solving Quadratic Inequalities 3 7. Find the range of grouped data. 2. Solve equations transformable to quadratic equations 6.5% Nature of the Roots of Quadratic 3 7. Interpret the quantiles of data set. median and mode of data set. Head Teacher III.Find the quadratic equation given the sum and product of the roots 5. of Hours % Taken Illustrations of Quadratic Equations 2 5% Solving Quadratic Equations 7 17.5% 7.

71% 8. Apply the laws involving positive integral exponents to zero and negative integral exponent. DE OSIO JR. of items Remem bering 4 2 2 1 2 6 2 3 2 17. Negative and Rational 3 8. Calabanga. COLLERA Secondary School Principal II 1 4 .29% 9 2 5 14.71% 2 5. Solve equations involving radical expressions 7. Describe trapezoids and solve problems involving trapezoids 11.71% 11 3 4 2 1 5 14. 2.COMPETENCIES 1. Use the properties to find measures of angles. Mathematics LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT understan applying analyzi ding ng 4 evaluati ng 1 10 3 1 2 2 1 2 5 6 3 2 6 1 34 3 3 Approved: GRACE A. Solve problems involving kites TOTAL Prepared by: MARICRIS B. Simplify radical expressions using the laws of radicals 5.57% 5.57% Exponents 2 5. sides and segments involving rectangle.57% 5 Properties of Kites 2 35 5.29% 6 Properties of Trapezoids 3 8. of % Hours Taken Zero. Camarines Sur SY: 2015-2016 TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS Mathematics 9 Third Grading Period TOPICS No.71% 100% 2 50 Solving Radical Equations Properties of Parallelograms Noted: ALFREDO S. Use the theorems to find measures of angles. Solve problems involving radicals 8. rhombus and square 10. RICAFRENTE Teacher III Region V Division of Camarines Sur CALABANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Sta. Head Teacher III. .71% Radicals No.14% 5. Perform operations on radicals 6. Simplify expressions with rational exponents 3. Cruz. Write expressions with rational exponents as radicals and vice versa 4. sides and other quantities involving parallelograms 9.