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# Date: February 14, 2018

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Content Standard:
The learners demonstrate understanding of key concepts of geometry of shapes and sizes,
and geometric relationships.
Performance Standard:
The learner is able to create models of plane figures and formulate and solve accurately
authentic problems involving sides and angles of a polygon.
Learning Competency:
The learner illustrates a circle and the terms related to it: radius, diameter chord, center, arc,
chord, central angle, and inscribed angle.
Learning Code: M7GE-IIIg-1

I. OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
a. define a circle and identify the terms related to it: radius, diameter chord, center,
arc, chord, central angle, and inscribed angle.

## II. SUBJECT MATTER

Topic: Circles
References: Grade 7 Mathematics – Patterns and Practicalities
Author: Gladys C. Nivera, Ph.D
Pages: 406- 407
Materials:PowerPoint, chalk, bondpapers

## III. LEARNING PROCEDURE

A. Preliminaries

1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Checking of Attendance
4. Review: Recall their lesson on polygon.
1. What is a polygon?
2. How can we identify a polygon?
3. Can we consider circle as a polygon? Why?

B. Activity
Activity 1: “WHO AM I, WHAT AM I?”,

Direction:
1. The class will be divided into 6 groups.
2. Each group will be given random scrambled words.
3. Guess what word they can make with the letters.
4. With the description provided in the activity sheet, they should choose a description
fitting to the word they made.
5. Explain as to why they chose those descriptions.
6. All members of the group are encouraged to participate in the activity.
7. You are given 5 minutes to finish the activity.

Analysis

## 1. What idea did you gather from our activity?

2. Based on the activity, what did you observe from the word being formed?
3. What can you say about our activity?
4. What would be our lesson for today?

C. Abstraction
a. Unlocking of difficulties
 circle
 center
 diameter
 circumference
 chord
 semi- circle
 arc

Circle- is a simple closed shape. It is the set of all points in a plane that are at a
given distance from a given point, the centre; equivalently it is the curve traced
out by a point that moves so that its distance from a given point is constant.
Examples:
Center- is the point equidistant from the points on the edge.
Examples:

Radius- A line from the center of a circle to a point on the circle. The
distance from the center of a circle to a point on the circle.
Examples:

Diameter- is the length of the line through the center that touches two points on
the edge of the circle.
Examples:

## Circumference- is the distance around a circle its perimeter.

Examples:

Chord- is a straight line segment whose endpoints both lie on the circle.
Examples:
Semi- circle- a closed shape consisting of half a circle and a diameter of
that circle.
Examples:

Examples:

## Inscribed Angle- an angle formed by two chords in a circle which have a

common endpoint.

Central Angle- a straight line segment whose endpoints both lie on the
circle.

D. Application
Activity 2: QUIZ BOWL: “If you know me well”
Direction:
1. Each group of the class will form a circle for the activity.
2. Each group will be given an illustration boards and chalk.
3. The teacher will be showing pictures with highlighted parts and let the student
identify or name the parts being shown.
4. The groups are given 10 seconds to write their answer on their illustration board.
5. When the timer is up, the group will raise their illustration board.
6. After checking the answers of each group the teacher will command the students to
swap their position so that all of the members will participate to the game.
7. The group with the highest score wins.

F. Generalization
Name the different terms related to circle.
What is a circle?
In our daily life, where can we see circles?
Did we attain our objectives for today?

IV. Evaluation
Test 1: Define the terms related to circle.:
1. Circle
2. Center
3. Diameter
4. Arc
5. Semi-Circle
6. Chord
7. Central Angle
8. Inscribed angle

V. Assignment
Name the terms of a circle.
Prepared by:

## Claudine Marie A. Glenogo

Practice Student Teacher

Observed by

Gerlie A. Habla
Teacher III