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# School SAN ESTEBAN HIGH SCHOOL – MACABEBE Grade Level Grade Nine

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Ms. Vanessa P. Pangan Learning Area Mathematics
Teaching Dates and Time 1st week of August Quarter First Quarter

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I. OBJECTIVE/S Model real life situations using Differentiates quadratic functions Represents and identify th quadratic Represents and identify th
quadratic functions from linear and other functions functions given- table of values,. quadratic functions given- ,
graphs and equations
A. Content Standard The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates
understanding of key concepts of understanding of key concepts of understanding of key concepts of understanding of key
and functions, and rational and functions, and rational and functions, and rational equations, inequalities and
algebraic equations. algebraic equations. algebraic equations. functions, and rational
algebraic equations.
B. Performance Standard The learner is able to investigate The learner is able to investigate The learner is able to investigate The learner is able to
thoroughly mathematical thoroughly mathematical thoroughly mathematical investigate thoroughly
relationships in various situations, relationships in various relationships in various mathematical
formulate reallife problems situations, formulate reallife situations, formulate real life relationships in various
equations,inequalities and equations,inequalities and equations,inequalities and problems involving quadratic
functions, and rational algebraic functions, and rational algebraic functions, and rational algebraic equations,inequalities and
equations and solve them using a equations and solve them using a equations and solve them using a functions, and rational
variety of strategies variety of strategies variety of strategies algebraic equations and solve
them using a variety of
C. Learning Competency/Objectives Model real life situations using Model real life situations using Represents and identify th quadratic strategies
Represents and identify th
Write the LC code for each. quadratic functions M9AL-Ig-2 quadratic functions M9AL-Ig-2 functions given- table of values, quadratic functions given- table
graphs and equations. M9AL-Ig-3 of values, graphs and equations
M9AL-Ig-3
II. CONTENT

## III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References Math 9 LM Math 9 LM Math 9 LM Math 9 LM
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages Pages 122-132 Pages 133- 139 Pqges 140-147 Pages 148-155
3. Textbook pages

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Learning Resource (LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resource Video clips from you tube Video clips from you tube Video clips from you tube Video clips from you tube
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Activity 1. Describe me in many Start the lesson using powerpoint Start the lesson using powerpoint
presenting the new lesson ways. Observe the pattern . presentation presentation
B. Establishing a purpose for the
lesson
C. Presenting examples/Instances of Video clips Video clips Video clips Video clips
the new lesson
D. Discussing new concepts and Pair Activity Pair Activity: Identify me. Pair Activity Activity: Play and Learn.
practicing new skills # 1 Work in group of five
memebers and solve the
puzzles and do the activity
E. Discussing new concepts and Let the students study the examples Let the students study the Let the students study the Let the students study the
practicing new skills # 2 , Discuss the solutions thoroughly examples , Discuss the solutions examples , Discuss the solutions examples , Discuss the
and clarify all questions the thoroughly and clarify all thoroughly and clarify all solutions thoroughly and
students have. questions the students have. questions the students have clarify all questions the
students have
F. Developing mastery Give several exercises and let the Give several exercises and let the Give several exercises and let the Give several exercises and let
(leads to Formative Assessment 3) activity guide them in solving the activity guide them in solving the activity guide them in solving the the activity guide them in
problems problems problems solving the problems
G. Finding practical application of How are quadratic functions can be How are quadratic functions can How are quadratic functions can How are quadratic functions
concepts and skills in daily living used in solving real life problems be used in solving real life be used in solving real life can be used in solving real life
and in making decisions problems and in making decisions problems and in making decisions problems and in making
decisions
H. Making generalizations and Lead students to generalize the Lead students to generalize the Lead students to generalize the Lead students to generalize
abstractions about the lesson concepts learned through several concepts learned through several concepts learned through several the concepts learned through
activities activities activities several activities
I. Evaluating learning Parking lot roblem: Mr santos State whether the following Compare me: complete the Draw the graph of quadratic
wants to enclose the rectangular lot equations represents a quadratic following table of values ujsing functions y = x²-4x+1
beside his house by putting a wire functions or not. the indicated function
fence on threen sides as shown in
the figure. If the total length of the 1. y= X²+2 F(x) = 2x+1
wire is 80 m. find the dimension of 2. Y= 2X-10 x -2 -1 0
the parking lot that will enclose a y
maximum area.

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J. Additional activities for application In the above problems express the State whether the following complete the following table of Draw the graps of the ff
or remediation area of the parking lot in terms of equations represents a quadratic values ujsing the indicated quadratic functions
the width.. functions or not , then justify function
g(x) = x² +2x-1
1. 3x³+y-2x= 0 X -2 -1 0 1 2. y = 2x²
2. y=9-2x²
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in
the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
who scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No.
of learners who have caught up
with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation

## E. Which of my teaching strategies

worked well? Why did these work?

## F. What difficulties did I encounter

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

## VANESSA P. PANGAN JOJOKYLE L. CARENCIA

SST - 1 Principal I

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