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# School Pantalan Senior High Grade Level 11

School HUMSS:
Cayabyab(8:30-9:30)
Cabingan(11:00-12:00)
GRADES 11 Villafania(1:00-2:00)
DAILY LESSON LOG Nimo(2:00-3:00)
Teacher Vicente D. Manalo Learning Statistics and Probability
Area
Time / Date
December 5, 2018
Quarter 3rd
Wednesday

I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, the students must know how to find the mean and variance of
random variable, to apply sampling techniques and distributions to estimate population mean
and proportion to perform hypothesis testing on population mean and proportion and
perform correlation and regression.
A. Content Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of random variables and probability
distributions.
B. Performance The learner is able to apply an appropriate random variable for a given real life problem.
Standards
C. Learning Interprets the mean and variance of a discrete random variable.
Competencies
II. CONTENT RANDOM VARIABLES AND PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS

III. LEARNNG
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Curriculum Guide M11/12SP-IIIb-3
pages
2. Teacher’s Materials Statistics and Probability for Senior High School by Guillermo Bonghanoy
pages
3. Textbook pages Page 29-31
4. Additional Materials Manila paper, index card ,calculator
for Learning
Resources
B. Other Learning Statistics and Probability by John Peters ,New Jersey USA
Resource
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous For any discrete probability distribution :
lesson or presenting The probability P(x) is between 0 and 1 for any value of x
new lesson The value of x are exhaustive : the probability distribution includes all possible values.
The values of x are mutually exclusive or independent

B. Establishing a Assume a random variable x ,we could actually looks a certain specific event ,say for instance
purpose for the specific event that x =2.This means the event consists of all outcomes of an experiment which
lesson have assigned x-value of 2
C. Presenting 1. Find formula for the probability distribution of the number of tails when a coin is
examples/ instances tossed 5 times.
of the new lesson
D. Discuss new concept The are two boxes .Each box contains 5 balls numbered from 1-5 .Find the probability
and practicing new distribution of the sum of two balls drawn.
skills
E. Developing Mastery
F. Finding practical Find the formula for the probability distribution of the number of head when a coin is tossed 6
application of times.
concepts and skills
in daily living
G. Making Based on the discussions, what are the things or aspects that described the random variable?
generalization and
abstraction about the
lesson
H. Evaluate Learning Direction: Answer the following.
Find the formula for the probability distribution of the number of head when a coin is tossed
4 times.
I. Additional activities Find the formula for the probability distribution of the number of head when a coin is tossed 3
for application or times
remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who out of HUMSS Cayabyab got in the evaluation.
earned 80% in the out of HUMSS Cabingan got in the evaluation.
evaluation
out of HUMSS Villafania got in the evaluation.
out of HUMSS Nimo got in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who 12 learners need enhancement activities and 8 learners need remedial lessons on discrete and
acquire additional continuous random variable.
activities for
remediation who
scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial 39 out of 44 learners caught up the lesson
lesson work? No. of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson.
D. No. of learners who 3 out of 45 learners are required remediation.
continue to require
remediation.
E. Which my teaching Giving differentiated activities with varied learning materials being manipulated and managed
strategies worked by the learners.
well? Why did this
work?
F. What difficulties did I Effecting learning during the discussion of the activities to make the the formula for the
encounter which my probability distribution of a discrete random variable.
supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or The use of available local materials that are familiar and within the experience of my learners
localized materials did how to find the formula for the probability distribution of a discrete random variable.
I used/discover which
I wish to share with
other teachers?

## Prepared by: Checked by :

_____________________ ______________________
Vicente D. Manalo Arnold S. Rosales
Teacher II Principal II

Noted by:

______________________
ARNOLD S. ROSALES
Principal II