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Lesson Log
TEACHER: Learning
DATE: JANUARY 15, 2019 Quarter: FOURTH

A. Content Standard Demonstrates understanding of conversion of time ,linear,mass and
capacity measures and area of square and rectangle.
B. Performance Standard Able to apply knowledge in conversion of time, linear, mass and capacity
measures and area of rectangle and square in mathematical problems and
real –life situations.
C. Learning Competency/s: Visualize, and represents and converts time measure involving days, weeks,
months and year.
M3ME – Iva -9
II. CONTENT Converting time measure involving days, weeks, months and year.
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages CG p.15 0f 18.
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Text book pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resources
B. Other Learning Resources Tarpapel, activity card, calendar
A. Reviewing previous Convert the given measurement to the indicated unit of time.
Lesson or presenting new 1) 840 seconds = _____ minutes
lesson 2) 960 minutes = _____ hours
3) 19 minutes = _____ seconds
4) 5 hours = _____ minutes
5) 1 260 minutes = _____ hours
B. Establishing a purpose Pupils will sing a song 12 months in a year.
for the lesson
C. Presenting examples/ I have a calendar and we are going to name the months in a year.
instances of the new lesson. What are the months of the year?
How many months do we have in a year?
show them a chart.
How many days are there in January? February? March? And so on.
What are the months have 30 days? Months with 31 day?
About how many days are there in month?
What is the total number of days from January to December?
How many days are there in 1 year?
We are going to look at the days in a week
How many days are there in a week?
About how many weeks are there in a month?

D. Discussing new concepts Group activity. Divide them into four groups then each group will be given
and practicing new an activity card with 2 problems each.
a. There are 14 days
How many weeks are there?__________
How did you get two weeks?__________
b. There are three weeks
How many days are there?____________
How did you get 21 days?_____________
a. There are 60 days.
How many months are there?_________
How did you get 2 months?___________
b. There are 3 months
How many days are there?
How did you get 90 days?_________
Group 3
a. There 2 years.
How many days are there?_________
How did you get 730 days?__________
b. There are 730 days.
How many years are there?_________
How did you get 2 years?____________
Group 4.
a. There are 2 weeks.
How many days are there?______
How did you get 14 days?_______
b. There are 14 days.
How many weeks are there?________
How did you get 2 weeks?_____

E. Discussing new concepts Group presentation ….

and practicing new
F. Developing Mastery Convert to the indicated unit.
(Lead to Formative 1) 6 weeks = _____ days
Assessment 3) 2) 3 months = _____ days
3) 180 days = _____ months
4) 1 years =________ days
5) 56 days=_______ weeks

G. Finding practical Let us answer the following problem

application of concepts and 1. The Santos Family went on a vacation for 42 days. How many weeks
skills in daily living were they on vacation?
2. Carlos stayed in Cebu for 120days. How many months did he stay
3. Henry joined the BSP National jamboree in Mt. Makiling from
November 26 to December 3 2018. How many days did he attended
the BSP training?
4. John wants to read a book. He finish reading 1 book in one week
and 2 days. How many days he finish reading the book?
5. Mang Lino and his friends build a house for 36 months. How many
years did they build the house?
H. Making How do you convert days to weeks and vice versa?
How do we convert days to months and vice versa?
Generalizations and
How do we convert days to year and vice versa?
Abstraction about the Lesson.
I. Evaluating Learning Direction: Convert to the indicated units. Write your answer on your answer
1. 8 weeks =______ days
2. 3 months = _____ days
3. 365 days = ______year
4. 30 days = _______ weeks
5. 60 days =_______ months

J. Additional Activities for Convert to the indicated unit.

Application or Remediation 1. 28 days = _______weeks
2. 330 days =_______ months
3. 8 weeks= ________ days
4. 14 months = ______ days
5. 4 weeks and 90 days = _______ months
A. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
B. No. of Learners who require
additional activities for
C. Did the remedial lessons ___Yes ___No
work? No. of learners who ____ of Learners who caught up the lesson
have caught up with the
D. No. of learners who ___ of Learners who continue to require remediation
continue to require
E. My teaching strategies

F. What difficulties did I

encounter which my principal
or supervisor can help me
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to
share with other teachers?