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Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics I

I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
1. identify odd and even numbers;
2. differentiate odd from even numbers; and
3. give examples of odd and even numbers.

II. Subject Matter : Odd and Even Numbers


Timeframe : 50 minutes
References : Math Beyond Excellence by Edna Solisa, pages 43-45
Materials : flashcards, charts

III. Procedure
Teachers Activity Pupils Activity
A. Preparatory Activities
1. Drill
Good morning, class! Good morning, sir!
How are you this morning? Were doing good, sir!
Nice to hear that.
Before we start our new lesson, let us
have a game first. This game is called
ARRANGE ME! In this game, I need two
volunteers as players, one from this group
(right side), and one from this group (left side).
In this game, I am going to give each
one of you a set of numbers. You will be
tasked to arrange these numbers from the
smallest to largest on the board. To make
things easier, you can ask for help from your
group mates. The first one to finish will be
declared as the winner.
Am I understood, class? Yes, sir!

(The students will participate to the game)

2. Review
Last meeting, you learned how to
compare numbers. Using the numbers you
have arranged earlier, let us test whether you
really had understood the discussion we had.
I have cards with the symbols greater
than (>), less than (<) and equal (=). What you
will do is to place the symbols correctly
between the numbers that Im going to show
you.
Are you ready? Yes, sir!
1. 2 ____ 5 <
2. 7 ____ 6 >
3. 10 ____ 4 >
4. 3 ____ 3 =
5. 8 ____ 9 <

Very good! Do you have any questions? No, sir!

3. New Lesson
a. Motivation
Class, I have here 4 circles wherein
each circle contains objects.

Based on these pictures, which of the


following circles has objects that can be
grouped in pairs? Circles 1 and 2, sir!
Why do you say so? It is because the objects found in circles 1
and 2 can be paired.
Very good!

b. Presentation
This morning, we are going to learn
about odd and even numbers.
c. Setting of standards
Before we start our lesson, what
should a good pupil do? Listen and participate, sir!
What else? Avoid making unnecessary noise, sir!
Can I expect that from you? Yes, sir!

B. Developmental Activities
1. Discussion
Earlier, you encountered four circles
which contain different objects. Circles 1 and 2
have objects that are even numbers.
Do you know what an even number is? No, sir!
Okay. Even numbers are numbers which
can be grouped in pairs. They end in 0, 2, 4, 6,
and 8.
Example, the number 24. Is this an even
number? Yes, sir!
Why do you say so? Its because it ends with number 4!
Very good!
(The teacher will show more examples of
even numbers.)
How about odd numbers? Do you now
have an idea of what it is? No, sir!
Okay. Odd numbers are number that
cannot be grouped in pairs. They end in 1, 3, 5,
7, and 9.
Example, the number 15. Is this an odd
number? Yes, sir!
Why do you say so? Its because it ends with the number 5!
Very good!
(The teacher will show more examples of
odd numbers.)
2. Application
Class, I have here flash cards
containing numbers on it. As I show to you
each card, you tell me if it is an odd or even
number. Do you understand? Yes, sir!

1. 14 Even
2. 12 Even
3. 23 Odd
4. 11 Odd
5. 5 Odd
6. 9 Odd
7. 18 Even
8. 6 Even
9. 10 Even
10. 17 Odd

Very good!

C. Culminating Activities
1. Generalization
Class, who can differentiate odd
numbers from even numbers? I, sir!
Even numbers are numbers that can be
paired while odd numbers are numbers that
cannot be paired.
Very good! What else? I, sir!
Even numbers end with 0, 2, 4, and 8
while odd numbers end with 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.
Very good!

IV. Evaluation
Class, prepare a sheet of paper and answer
the following.
Directions: Write E for Even numbers and O
for Odd numbers on the blank.

___1. 16
___2. 412
___3. 521
___4. 253
___5. 634
___6. 10
___7. 99
___8. 385
___9. 87
___10. 768

V. Assignment
On your Math Notebook, write 5 examples
of Odd numbers and 5 examples of Even
numbers.

Prepared by:

PRINCE FELJUN L. REYNA