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I. Objectives:

After a 50-minute lesson, the grade 5 pupils will be able to do the following with at least

80% proficiency:

1. identify the geometric properties of polygons,

2. differentiate regular and irregular polygons,

3. draw an example composing of regular and irregular polygons, and

4. appreciate the state of being equal.

Fairness

II. Subject Matter

Topic: Properties of Polygons

Mathematical Concepts:

Polygons are closed plane figures with three or more sides and angles.

Regular polygons are polygons with all sides are equal and all angles are equal.

Irregular polygons are polygons that do not have all side equal and all angles equal.

References:

K-12 Grade 5 Curriculum Guide, p 61

Lesson Guide in Elementary Mathematics 5, p. 358-360

www.youtube.com/watch?v-XbKm7jY4n5l

Materials:

speaker, flashcards, cut-out objects , charts, chalk board

III. Teaching Strategy

Teachers Activity

A. Preparation

1. Performing Routinized Activities

a. Praying

b. Greeting

c. Singing

d. Checking of Attendance

2. Drill

Class, I have here a set of flashcards. As

I flash each card, identify the shapes if it is a

Pupils Activity

is a polygon and no deal if it is a non-polygon.

Is it clear?

Begin.

Yes, it is.

Very good.

You all did it well. Therefore, lets give

ourselves a one big clap.

3. Review

I prepared here an activity to check if

you can still remember our past lesson.

I have here an empty chart on the board.

Now, I want you to fill up this empty chart by

pasting some of the items available on the

table. As I play a song, the pupil who will be

last to hold the box will answer when the

music stops.

Is it clear?

Begin.

Yes, it is.

(The pupils will do the activity.)

Types of Polygons

Are they all correct?

Excellent.

All your answers are correct.

Lets all give them Ang Galing-Galing

Clap

Again from our previous lesson, what is

a polygon? Dex.

4. Motivation

A polygon is a closed figure with three

or more sides and angles.

Yes, we do.

Great.

We will have another activity entitled

whats the image? I have here some puzzle

pieces. Now, I want you to form two groups.

Each group I will be giving different puzzle

pieces to be arranged. The first group who will

be the first to post the picture on the board will

be the winner.

Yes, it is.

(The pupils will do the activity.)

Is it clear?

Begin.

therefore they are the winner for this activity.

Lets give them winner clap.

What have we formed from those

puzzles? Zarah.

Very good.

What else can you observe from the

picture? Francis.

Correct.

What do you call a polygon with 4

sides? Liezel.

Right

I asked you the following questions

because later we will be going to identify more

what are their roles under polygons.

Are you ready to know what are they?

Therefore, listen attentively as we

discover our lesson for today.

B. Developmental Activities

1. Introduction

Now, we are going to talk about the

properties of polygons.

pieces is a rubix cube and a kite.

with 4 sides but have different shapes.

quadrilateral.

Yes, we are.

properties of polygons.

Good.

(The teacher will post the title of

properties of polygons.

the topic.)

Everybody, what is our topic for today?

Thank you.

2. Discussion

Class, we already knew that polygons

are closed plane figures with three or more

sides and angles.

From the given images a while ago, I

have here two dimensional figures that are

similar with their shape.

(The teacher will post the two figures.)

is rhombus.

Would you tell me the name of those

figures? Kristel.

Very good.

The first figure is an example of a

regular polygon while the second figure is an

example of an irregular polygon.

What can you observe from their sides?

Mitch.

Very good.

Lets verify the observation of Mitch.

Would you go in front and measure the square?

Diana.

Correct.

How about the rhombus, would you go

in front and measure its sides. Sam.

Very good.

Based from the given measurements of

the two figures. Will you give the definition of

a regular polygon? Rey.

sides but they have different measures because

the rhombus had two longer sides while the

square has equal sides.

from all sides.

sides with three inches and another two sides

with five inches.

measurement from all sides.

Very good.

Will you repeat the answer of Rey?

measurement from all sides.

Rose.

Regular polygons are polygons with

Good.

the same

measurement

of all

its the

sides

and

Everybody,

will you

read

definition

angles.

of a regular polygon.

Thank you.

Will you give an example of a regular

polygon? Loyd.

Correct.

Will you give me the definition of

irregular polygon? Joy.

regular polygon.

equal measure of sides and angles.

equal measure of sides and angles.

Very good.

Will you repeat her answer about

irregular polygon? May.

Good.

Everybody, will you read the definition

of irregular polygon.

Begin.

with different measure of sides and

angles.

example of an irregular polygon.

Thank you.

Will you give me an example of an

irregular polygon? Jay.

Very good.

Aside from the examples that you have

given a while ago. I have here a chart

composed of regular and irregular polygons.

Yes, it is.

cake equally.

measure of the figures to identify whether it is

regular or irregular polygon?

If you are given a regular square size of

rice cake. How can you act being fair? Earl.

classmate equally.

Very good.

How can you be fair on your own way?

Zarah.

Correct.

We can act being fair by treating our

fellow men equal whether we they are rich or

poor.

C. Generalization

Let us see if you really understand our

lesson for today.

What is our topic for today? Karen.

properties of polygons.

regular and irregular polygons.

equal measure of sides and angles.

Right.

What are the different properties of

polygons? Kristel.

measure of sides and angles.

Very good.

What is a regular polygon? Micah.

Precisely.

clap.)

Very good.

You understand our lesson for today.

Let us give yourselves a gets na gets

Clap.

D. Application

Group Activity: How do I look?

Directions: Group yourselves into groups composed of 7 members, each member must

draw a shape that corresponds from the given situation.

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

How do I look if I am an irregular polygon with 8 sides?

How do I look if I am an irregular polygon with 5 sides?

How do I look if I am a regular polygon with 9 sides?

How do I look if I am an irregular polygon with 11 sides?

IV. Evaluation

A. Identify the following names of the polygons then tell whether it is regular or

irregular.

1.

____________________

4.

____________________

____________________

____________________

2.

5.

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

3.

____________________

____________________

B. Answer the riddle by drawing its shape.

1.

Shape:

2.

I am not a pentagon.

I am a pentagon

I have 3 corners.

Who am I?

Who am I?

Shape:

V. Assignment

Draw an art using regular and irregular of polygons in a short bond paper.

Prepared by:

Micaela N. Ongan

BEED 4-1

Approved by:

Jelly Tess D. Camilo

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