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Elicit

Which among the following things seen in our surroundings that are circular in

shape can you easily measure their circumference? Why?

1. (illustrate circular opening of a pail)

2. (illustrate circular opening of a bottled water)

3. (illustrate edge of a hat)

4. (illustrate edge of a drum)

5. (illustrate edge of a clock)

Did you find answering of this exercise easy? Why?

How well do I know circumference of a circle?

How prepared am I to move further to this lesson?

Engage

Gino runs around the circular track and field. How many times must he

run to cover the 5 km? (illustrate a circular track and field with a diameter of

150m.)

How do we find the circumference of the field?

What do I want to know about the circumference of a circle?

What do I want to learn this?

Explore

Lets compute for the circumference of the circular track and field above.

Instead of getting the circumference using measuring tools, lets use the formula.

Circumference = d = 3.14 150 = 471 m

Do you now find computing the circumference of a circle easy?

Try

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Elaborate

Look around you. Identify those objects where you see the need to compute the

circumference of its circle. Then complete the table below.

Name of Objects Around that

Require Computing the

Diameter/Units

Circumference

Circumference of a Circle

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Explain

Below are the ideas you should have learned about this lesson. Can you explain each one

of them with one of your classmates? Check those you understood well and cross out

those where you need further explanation.

1. There are many things around us where the circumference of the circle is needed.

2. The formula for the circumference of a circle are C = d or C = 2r.

3. To find the circumference of the circle, we use the formula

Enrich

Search more information about the lesson to enrich what you have just learned.

http://www.mathopenref.com/circlearea.html

2. Surf the internet. Look for more information and exercises about the adding fractions and

mixed numbers that you have just learned. Provide the following information taken from

your source.

What information did you get?

Where did you get this information?

What exercises did you find? In what website did you get them?

What additional information did you learn?

Evaluate

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Write True on the blank if the statement is correct, if not write a reason why it is incorrect.

______1. The Greek letter is fixed at a value of 3.1416. T

______2. The circumference of a circle can be described as the distance around a circular object.

______3. To get the circumference of a circle, multiply the radius by the value of . F

______4. The circumference of a circle whose radius is 6 meters is bigger than the circumference

of a circle whose diameter is 3 meters. F

______5. The circumference of a circle whose radius is 10 cm is smaller than the circumference

of another circle whose diameter is 20 cm. F

Show your SKILLS, PRODUCT or PERFORMANCE

Use a string and a ruler to measure the circumference and diameter of any five objects.

Prove that when the circumference is divided by the diameter that value will still be the same.

Object Chosen

Diameter (cm)

Circumference (cm)

Are you happy with the result of your evaluation? Why?

What concepts are clear to you?

What concepts are still not clear to you?

Expand

Using a compass and a ruler, draw the circles with the given length of diameter. Use

first the formula to compute for the circumference of the circle. Round the length of the diameter

to the nearest centimeters.

1. 7 cm

2. 6 cm

3. 8 cm

4. 10 cm

5. 15 cm

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Reflect

In your notebook, write your reflection of your lesson using the following questions as

your guide.

What

parts of

the

lesson do I like

the most? Why?

What parts

of the

lesson do I

like the least?

Why?

What is the

most

challenging

part in this

lesson? Why?

In what

situation/s

do I find

this lesson most

useful?

What is

the most

desirable

value or attitude

that I have

developed in this

lesson?

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