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DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS III

I.

Objectives
A. Identify fractions equal to one.
B. Read and write fractions equal to one
C. Develop the habit of writing neatly

II.

Subject Matter
Topic: Identifying fractions equal to one
Reference: Teachers guide
Value: neatness

III.

Procedure
Teachers Activity

A. Preparatory Activities
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Attendance
d. Drill contest
e. Review
Yesterday, weve studied
about fractions less than
one. How do we know
again if the fraction is
less than one?

f. Motivation
Who among you loves to
eat fruits?
What fruits do you
like?

Very good! There


are different kinds of fruits.
Are fruits good
for our body?
Yes that is right!
Fruits are good for our body

Pupils Activity

If the numerator is less


than the denominator.

(pupils will raise their


hands)
(pupils will mention
names of fruits)

Yes maam.

because they contain nutrients


that our body needs.

Now, I have magic


boxes here that contain fruits.
Some of you will come in front
and put their hand inside the
box to guess the fruit inside it.
B. Lesson Proper
1. Presentation
a. Show a real object for
problem illustration
Class, what fruit am I
holding?

An apple maam.
Correct! I will cut it
now.

Into how many parts is


the apple divided?

It is divided into two


parts.

What do you call one


part of the apple?

one half

Who can write the


fraction in figure? Come
here in front and write

it on the board.
Very good! That is one
half. How about these
two parts of the apple.
What do we call it?
Very good! Kindly write
it on the board.
Are two halves equal to
one?
And now, somebody in
the class, kindly go to
the board and write the
fractions in words.

Two halves

2/2
Yes, two halves are equal
to one.

First, .

One half

Very good! How about


2/2?

Two halves.

Very good! You are also


right.

What kind of fraction is ?


Is it less than one, equal to
one or more than one?
Fraction less than one.
Correct! Because its
numerator is less than the
denominator.
How about 2/2? What can
you say about Its
numerator and
denominator?

They are the same.


Fraction equal to one.

So, what kind of fraction is


it?
b. use of cut outs (cake)
I have a figure of a
cake here that is divided into equal
parts.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Count the slices of the
cake.

(a pupil will go in front and


get one slice)

The cake is divided


into six parts.
Now, who can go in
front and get one slice of cake?

1/6

What part of the cake


did you get?

1/6.

Very good! Another


one. Come here and get a slice of
cake.

(a pupil will get 1 slice)

We have are two slices


now.

What part of the cake


did you get?
How many slices do we
have now?
We call these two
slices 2/6 (two sixths)

1/6.
Three.

Another one, who


wants a slice of our cake in front?
(calls a student)
What part of the cake
did you get?
How many slices do we
have now?
We call these three
slices 3/6.
Another one. (calls a
student)
What part of the cake
did you get?

1/6.
How many slices do we
have now?
We call these four slices
4/6 (four sixths)
Another one. (calls a
student)
What part of the cake did
you get?

Four.

1/6
Five.

How many slices do we


have now?
We call these slices 5/6.
(five sixths)
And the last slice (calls a
student)
What part of the cake did
you get?

1/6.
Six.

None

How many slices do we


have now?

Yes

We call these slices 6/6.


(six sixths)
Is there any slice left in
our cake?

Because the cake is gone


when we got the sixth
slice.

Do you think that 6/6 is


equal to one?
It means that six sixths is
equal to one
Why do you think so?

Very good class! Give


yourselves a round of
applause.
c. Illustration
I have some figures here.
I will call some of you to
shade the fraction

(pupils will answer on the

indicated.

5/5
8/8

2/2

board)

3/3

4/4

Very good class!


Now, I have envelops here
containing activities. I want
you to come to your group
and answer the activity
inside the assigned
envelop. Do you understand
class?

Yes maam

Okay, come to your group


now and answer quietly and
neatly.
C. Generalization
When their numerators and
How do we know that denominators are the
fractions are equal to
one?
same.

Very good class!


D. Application
Encircle the fractions
equal to one.
4
2
------------4
4

5
3
----------------5
5

3
4
--------------4
4

9
----------9
9

3
2
------------3
3

IV. Evaluation
Encircle the fractions that
are equal to one.
1. 2/3 2/6 2/2 2/4
2. 7/7 7/6 3/8 3/6
3. 7/10 5/8 4/5 3/3
4. 4/9 5/5 8/6
5. 4/6 4/4 4/9 4/12
V. Assignment
Box the fractions equal to
one.
1. 2/4 4/4
2. 3/6 4/6 5/6 6/6
3. 1/8 3/8 8/8 6/8
4. 3/3 2/3 3/3
5. 2/6 4/5 5/5 5/6