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# Lesson Plan in Mathematics

## Grade V – Acacia (7:50-8:50)

Molave (8:50-9:50)

I. Learning Objectives

## Cognitive: Solving word problems involving circumference measure

Psychomotor: Write solutions of word problems
Affective: Participate actively in the class activities

## Skills: Solving word problems involving circumference measure.

Reference: BEC-PELC III.3 Mathematics 5: Mathematics for the Better Future,
Coronel And Bamba, pp. 246-247
Materials: PPT presentation, Copies of word problems
Value: Creativity in doing things

## III. Learning Experiences

A. Preparatory Activities

1. Mental Problem

 Have the pupils read the problem below. Have them explain their
individual strategy to solve the problem mentally.

## Cubio runs 150 meters per minute in a circular park. If the

circumference is 450 meters, how much time would he needed
to finish one rotation?

2. Drill

X 4 x 5 x 7 x22

2. Review

## 1. The distance around a circle is _________.

2. A line passes that passes through the center of a circle is ______.
3. An estimated value of pi (𝜋) is ______.
4. One half of the diameter of a circle is _______.
5. The formula/s in finding the circumference of a circle is/are? ____.

B. Developmental Activities

1. Presentation

## 1. Britney is making a circular pot holder with a diameter of 4

meters. How many meters of lace are needed to decorate the
sides of pot holder?

##  Know: What is asked?

What are given?
 Decide What will you do to answer the problem?
C = 𝜋d
 Solve: Show the solution
C=𝜋xd
= 3.14 x 2
= 6.28 meters
 Check = How will you check it?

## 2. Analyn is finding the circumference of her hula-hoop with a

radius of 24 cm. she showed his computation as

C = 𝜋d
= 3.14 x 24
C = 75.36 cm

2. Fixing Skills

##  Solve these problems.

1. Dagpilan wants to put lights around the rim of a circular
chandelier with a diameter of 30 cm. what is the length of
electrical wire needed?

## 2. A circular table top has a diameter of 35.5 cm. How many

cm of lace is needed to decorate its edge?
3. Generalization

## Ask the pupils: How do we solve problems on circumference?

 In solving problems involving circumference measure, know the
diameter/radius and the formula.

4. Application

 Group the pupils into 2. Have them answer the word problem
below. The group who finishes and got the correct answer first will
be the winner.

## 1. Mr. Nudalo is laying out a circular playground. Its radius is 50

m. what is its circumference?

IV. Evaluation

 . Read the problem carefully. Show your solutions and write your
answer neatly.(5 points Each)

## 1. Lorna’s circular garden is 5 metres in diameter. How many

metres of wire are needed to put a fence around it?

2. The diameter of a tricycle tire is 60 cm. How far will the tire go
in one rotation?
V. Assignment

##  Copy and solve this problem.

1. Federizo’s bicycle wheel has a diameter of 65 cm. What is the
circumference of the wheel?

## 2. A circle is half the radius of a larger circle. If the circumference

of the larger circle is 100 meters, what is the radius of the smaller
circle?
 Number sentence
 Solution