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(Enclosure to DepEd Order No. 42.s.2016)

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DAILY LESSON LOG

Dates and Time

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Principal II

Monday

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards

Demonstrates understanding of
whole numbers up to 100,000.

B. Performance Objective

Recognize and represent whole


numbers up to 100,000 in
various forms and contexts.

C. Learning Competencies/
Objectives
( Write the LC code for each)

M4NS-Ib-5.2 rounds numbers


to the nearest thousand and ten
thousand.

Tuesday
Demonstrates
understanding of whole
numbers up to 100,000.
Recognize and represent
whole numbers up to
100,000 in various forms
and contexts.
M4NS-Ia-10.4 Gives the
place value and value of a
digit in numbers up to 100

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Demonstrates understanding
of whole numbers up to
100,000.
Recognize and represent
whole numbers up to 100,000
in various forms and contexts.
M4NS-Ia-9.4 Reads and writes
numbers up to hundred
thousand in symbols and in
words.

Demonstrates understanding
of whole numbers up to
100,000.
Recognize and represent
whole numbers up to
100,000 in various forms and
contexts.
M4NS-Ia-9.4 Reads and
writes numbers up to
hundred thousand in
symbols and in words.

Demonstrates
understanding of whole
numbers up to 100,000.
Recognize and represent
whole numbers up to
100,000 in various forms
and contexts.
M4NS-Ia-9.4 Reads and
writes numbers up to
hundred thousand in
symbols and in words.

Reading and Writing Numbers


up to 100 000 in Symbols and
in Words

Reading and Writing


Numbers up to 100 000 in
Symbols and in Words

Reading and Writing


Numbers up to 100 000 in
Symbols and in Words

000.

II. CONTENT
( Subject Matter)
III.

LEARNINGRESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Material Pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
LRDMS
B. Other Learning Resources
IV.
PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing past lesson or
Presenting the new lesson

Rounding Numbers to the

Place Value and Value of a

Nearest Thousands and Ten

Digit in Numbers up to 100

Thousand

000

18-22
12-15

10-14
6-8

14-17
9-11

14-17
9-11

14-17
9-11

BEAM LG Gr.3 Module 1.1 Whole


Numbers

BEAM LG Gr.3 Module 1.1


Whole Numbers

BEAM LG Gr.3 Module 1.1


Whole Numbers

BEAM LG Gr.3 Module 1.1


Whole Numbers

BEAM LG Gr.3 Module 1.1


Whole Numbers

Conduct a review on rounding


whole numbers to the nearest tens

Tell the missing numbers.


A. 3456 _____ 3458 ____

Give the place value of the underline


digit.
34 567

Conduct a drill on basic multiplication


facts using flash cards.

Conduct a drill on basic


multiplication facts using flash
cards.

and hundreds.

3460 ____ 3462 ____


____ 6789 ____ 6791
____ 6793 ____ 6795
Conduct a review on identifying
place value of a digit in a given
number.

B. Establishing a purpose of the


new lesson

Show a picture of a crowd of people


such as a prayer rally/ basketball
game.

Monday

Tuesday

C. Presenting Examples/
instances of the new lesson

The election count in Barangay


Sto.Tomas is almost over . Mrs.
Ariola,one of the candidates,is
leading the election.She got a vote
of 2500 and Mr.Fernandez,got 2210
votes. By about how many more
votes did Mrs. Ariola have than
Mr.Fernandez?
How will you solve the problem ?
Guide the pupils to find the answer
by estimation. Use number line.

Tell the class to group themselves


according to the ff.
Game 1 : Color of their outfit .

D. Discussing new concepts


and practicing new skills
no.1.

F. Developing Mastery
(Leads to Formative Assessment
3.)
G. Finding practical application
of concepts and skills in
daily living
H. Making Generalization and
abstraction about the lesson
I.

Evaluating learning

For school year 2014-2015 ,


Odizee School of Achievers had
an enrolment of 2145 students
while St. Francis School had an
enrolment of 2264 students.
Which school had more enrolment
?

Thousands

Hundreds

2
2
same

1
2
2 is greater
than 1

A] Write a digit on the blank to


make a number greater than
the number at the right.
34_67 34 767

Wednesday

By working in pairs,ask pupils to


compare two numbers.
Solution.

E. Discussing new concepts


and practicing new skills
no.2

8674

B.

Tens
4
6

Have a review on the terms used


in multiplication which are
multiplicand,multiplier,and
product. Then, let the pupils
solve the product mentally with
accuracy.

Thursday

Have a review on the terms


used in multiplication which
are
multiplicand,multiplier,and
product. Then, let the pupils
solve the product mentally
with accuracy.

Friday

Call 15 pupils to stand in front of the

Show a picture of mango orchard.

Show a picture of mango orchard.

class. Let them arrange themselves

What do you see in the picture? Is

What do you see in the picture? Is

from tallest to shortest.

it good to plant trees?

it good to plant trees?

Let the pupils look at the space


probes.The weights of the three
space probes are listed in the
table.

Mang Leo and his co-workers


can deliver 231 coconuts in a
day. How many cococnuts can
they deliver in 23 days?
Space Probe
Weight in Tons
Analyze the problem.How
Starship
4636
Probe
4618
many oconuts can Mang Leo
Quest
4652
and his co-workers deliver in a
day?
What is asked for in thr
problem?How can you solve
the problem?
Have the pupils focus on their
Ask the pupils to work in
work. Let them check if all the
roups in solving the problem?
numbers are arranged correctly.
Solution 1: By using the short
Ones
How did you arrange the weights
method.
5
231
4 from heaviest to lightest using a
number line? Lightest to
X23
heaviest ? How do you line up the
digits ?

Mang Leo and his co-workers


can deliver 231 coconuts in a
day. How many cococnuts
can they deliver in 23 days?
Analyze the problem.How
many oconuts can Mang Leo
and his co-workers deliver in
a day?
What is asked for in thr
problem?How can you solve
the problem?
Ask the pupils to work in
roups in solving the problem?
Solution 1: By using the short
method.
231
X23

George harvested 42 389 kilograms


of mangoes. About how many
kilograms of mangoes were
harvested ?

How do we round numbers?

Let the pupils answer the exercises

How do we compare
numbers ?
What symbols do we use
?
Let the pupils do Keep Moving on

How do we arrange numbers in


increasing order ?
Decreasing order?
Do page 20 of LM. Let them

How do you multiply a 3-digit


multiplicand by a 2-digit
multiplier without
regrouping ?
Do Get Moving on page 25 of

How do you multiply a 3-digit


multiplicand by a 2-digit
multiplier without
regrouping ?
How do you multiply a 3-digit

J. Additional activities for


application and remediation

V.
VI.

REMARKS
REFLECTION

A. No. of learner who earned 80%


B .No. of learner who scored below
80% ( needs remediation)
C. No. of learners who have caught
up with the lesson
D. No of learner who continue to
require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies
work well? Why?
F. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal /supervisor can
help me sove?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover which I
wish to share w/other teacher?

under Get Moving and Keep Moving.

page 17

answer Apply Your Skills on page


21.

LM.

Do page 15 LM.

Let the pupils do page 18 LM.

Write each group of numbers in


decreasing order.Draw a number
line for each exercise.
1.] 23 478 , 23 481 , 23 485 , 23
490 , 23 495

Do Keep Moving on page 26 of


LM.

multiplicand by a 2-digit
multiplier without
regrouping ?
Do Keep Moving on page 26
of LM.