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SUBJECT: General Mathematics
QUARTER:1st DOMAIN: Functions and their Graphs CLASS:

T Activities Evidence of
I achievement
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Content
DepEd Standard (see notes below re: differentiation details, etc)
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Learning Objectives Performance Standard D: Discussion
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W/G/I O: Observation
Description
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1.5hrs. Functions and Their 1. Represents real-life situations  The learner is able to  Board work I O&D
Graphs using functions, including accurately construct  Seatwork W M
piece-wise functions. mathematical models to
2. Evaluates a function. represent real life situations  By group, the students will pair G
0.5hr.
1.5hrs. 3. Performs addition, subtraction, using functions.
multiplication, division, and on the board by using the
composition of functions. operations on function. This
0.5hr. 4. Solves problems involving activity can be a race to see which
functions group can complete the task first.

## 1hr. 5. Represents real-life situations  The learner is able to  Board work I D

using rational functions. accurately formulate and  Seatwork I M
0.5hr. 6. Distinguishes rational function, solve real-life problems  The students will form groups of G
rational equation, and rational involving rational functions. four persons. Each group will be
inequality. given activity sheet with different
1.5hr. 7. Solves rational equations and questions and answer those
inequalities
questions. Each group will select a
1hr. 8. Represents a rational function
through its: (a) table of values, leader to present their work in the
(b) graph, and (c) equation class.
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1hr. 9. Finds the domain and  The learner is able to  Board work I O
range of a rational accurately formulate and  Quiz I M
 In group of four persons, students will G
function. solve real-life problems work cooperatively to analyze the
1.5hrs. 10. Determines the: involving rational given function. Students will simplify
(a) intercepts functions. rational functions, find their intercepts,
(b) zeroes; and zeroes and asymptote and graph the
(c) asymptotes of rational function.
functions
11. Graphs rational functions.
0.5hr.
12. Solves problems involving
1hr.
rational functions, equations,
and inequalities.
1hr. 13. Represents real-life situations  The learner is able to apply the  Drill I Q&A
using one-to one functions. concepts of inverse functions,  Board work: The students will find I M
1hr. 14. Determines the inverse of a exponential functions, and the domain and range of an inverse
one-to-one function. logarithmic functions to function.
1hr. 15. Represents an inverse function formulate and solve real-life  Worksheet
through its: (a) table of values, problems with precision and
and (b) graph. accuracy.
1hr. 16. Finds the domain and range of
an inverse function.
1hr. 17. Graphs inverse functions.
0.5hr. 18. Solves problems involving
inverse functions.
0.5hr. 19. Represents real-life situations  The learner is able to apply the  Motivational Activity: The students I D
using exponential functions. concepts of inverse functions, will ask to bring 2-meters string and a M
1hr. 20. Distinguishes between exponential functions, and scissor.
exponential function, logarithmic functions to  Board work
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formulate and solve real-life  Seatwork
exponential equation, and W
problems with precision and
exponential inequality. accuracy
21. Solves exponential equations
1hr.
and inequalities.
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Preliminary Examination

Organization:
Resources: Oronce, O. 2016, General Mathematics. Manila Philippines: Rex
Book Store, pp.2-106
Introduction/Motivation/Instruction/Practice/Enrichment/Evaluation
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SUBJECT: General Mathematics
QUARTER: 2nd DOMAIN: Functions and their Graphs CLASS:

T Activities Evidence of
I achievement
M DepEd Standard (see notes below re: differentiation details,
etc) Q&A: question /
I Content
N W: whole class; G: group; I: individual.
Learning Objectives Performance Standard D: Discussion
G
O: Observation
Description W/G/I
A: Assessment

## 1.5hrs. Functions and Their 22. Represents an exponential G M

 The learner is able to apply the  The students will form groups of 5
Graphs function through its: (a) table of
values, (b) graph, and (c) concepts of inverse functions, persons. Each group will be given
equation. exponential functions, and an activity sheet with different
1.5hrs. 23. Finds the domain and range of
an exponential function. logarithmic functions to problem. They will answer the
1hr. 24. Determines the intercepts, formulate and solve real-life problem by providing the table of
zeroes, and asymptotes of an problems with precision and values, finding the domain and
exponential function.
accuracy. range and determining the
intercepts, zeroes and asymptote of
the given exponential function.
1hr. 25. Graphs exponential functions.  Board work I D
1hr. 26. Solves problems involving  Worksheet I M
exponential functions,
equations, and inequalities.
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1hr. 27. Represents real-life situations  The learner is able to apply the  Board work I D
using logarithmic functions. concepts of inverse functions,  In pair, students will answer the M
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1hr. 28. Distinguishes logarithmic exponential functions, and problems in the activity sheet by
function, logarithmic equation logarithmic functions to
analyzing the problems and using
and logarithmic inequality. formulate and solve real-life
29. Illustrates the laws of problems with precision and the guidelines in solving
1hr.
logarithms. accuracy logarithmic function.
1hr. 30. Solves logarithmic equations
and inequalities.
1.5hrs. 31. Represents a logarithmic  Board work I D
function through its: (a) table of  The students will evaluate I M
values, (b) graph, and (c) logarithmic expressions using the
equation.
properties of logarithm.
1.5hrs. 32. Finds the domain and range of a
logarithmic function.
2hrs. 33. Determines the intercepts,
zeroes, and asymptotes of
logarithmic functions.
1.5hrs. 34. Graphs logarithmic functions.
1.5hrs. 35. Solves problems involving
logarithmic functions,
equations, and inequalities.

Midterm Examination

Organization: Resources:
Oronce, O. 2016, General Mathematics. Manila Philippines: Rex Book Store, pp.108-170
Introduction/Motivation/Instruction/Practice/Enrichment/Evaluation
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SUBJECT: General Mathematics
QUARTER: 3rd DOMAIN: Basic Business Mathematics CLASS:

T Activities Evidence of
I achievement
M
Content
DepEd Standard (see notes below re: differentiation details,
etc) Q&A: question /
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N W: whole class; G: group; I: individual.
Learning Objectives Performance Standard D: Discussion
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W/G/I O: Observation
Description
A: Assessment

## 2hrs. 1. Illustrates simple and I O&D

 The learner is able to investigate,  Board work
compound interests. M
2hrs. 2. Distinguishes between analyze and solve problems  Work sheet (Solve problems
Mathematics simple and compound involving simple and compound involving simple and compound
interests.
3. Computes interest, maturity interests and simple and general interest.)
2hrs.
value, future value, and annuities using appropriate
present value in simple business and financial
interest and compound
interest environment. instruments.
2hrs. 4. Solves problems involving
simple and compound
interests.
2hrs. 5. Illustrate simple and general I D
 Board work
annuities G M
2hrs. 6. Distinguishes between  Group Activity (The students will
simple and general annuities. distinguish simple and general
annuities by giving examples.)
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1.5hrs. 7. Finds the future value and  Motivational Game W D
present value of both simple  Board work I
annuities and general  Seatwork I
annuities.
1hr. 8. Calculates the fair market
value of a cash flow stream
that includes an annuity.
1.5hrs. 9. Calculates the present value
and period of deferral of a
deferred annuity.
1hr. 10. Illustrate stocks and bonds.  The learner is able to use  Recitation I Q&A
1hr. 11. Distinguishes between stocks  Debate (The class will be divided I D
and bonds. appropriate financial instruments
in two groups. They will debate
0.5hr. 12. Describes the different involving stocks and bonds in about the Theory of efficient
markets for stocks and
bonds. formulating conclusions and market.)
0.5hr. 13. Analyzes the different making decisions.
market indices for stocks and
bonds.
1hr. 14. Interprets the theory of
efficient markets.

Semi-Final Examination

Organization: Resources: Oronce, O. 2016, General Mathematics. Manila Philippines: Rex Book Store,
Introduction/Motivation/Instruction/Practice/Enrichment/Evaluation pp.196-264
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QUARTER: 4th DOMAIN: Logic CLASS:

T Activities Evidence of
I achievement
M DepEd Standard (see notes below re: differentiation details,
etc) Q&A: question /
N W: whole class; G: group; I: individual.
Learning Objectives Performance Standard D: Discussion
G
W/G/I O: Observation
Description
A: Assessment

1hr 1. Illustrates business and  The learner is able to decide  Board work I D
consumer loans. wisely on the appropriateness of  Quiz I M
1hr. 2. Distinguishes between business business or consumer loan and  The class will be divided into 5 G
and consumer loans. its proper utilization. groups. On weekend, they will
3. Solves problems involving conduct a research or interview a
2hrs.
business and consumer loans real estate agent and present their
(amortization, mortgage). research in the class.

1hr. 4. Illustrates a proposition.  The learner is able to judiciously  By group, the student will make a G D
1hr. 5. Symbolizes propositions. apply logic in real-life arguments. statement and provide arguments
1hr. Logic 6. Distinguishes between simple for or against their statements.
and compound propositions. They will also identify the
1hr.
7. Performs the different types of statements whether simple of
operations on propositions. compound proposition.
 Recitation I
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1hr. 8. Determines the truth values of  Recitation I D
propositions.  The students will determine I M
3hrs. 9. Illustrates the different forms of whether the argument is a
conditional propositions. tautology and whether it is valid or
1hr.
10. Illustrates different types of fallacy by constructing a truth
1hr. tautologies and fallacies. table.
11. Determines the validity of
categorical syllogisms.
2hr. 12. Establishes the validity and
falsity of real-life arguments
using logical propositions,
syllogisms, and fallacies.
1.5hrs. 13. Illustrates the different methods  The learner is able to  Board work I D
of proof (direct and indirect) appropriately apply a method of  By group, the students will solve a G M
and disproof (indirect and by proof and disproof in real-life logic puzzle by using everything
counterexample). situations they learned about logic.
14. Justifies mathematical and
1.5hrs.
real-life statements using the
different methods of proof and
disproof.

Final Examination
Organization: Resources:
 Oronce, O. 2016, General Mathematics. Manila Philippines: Rex Book Store,
Introduction/Motivation/Instruction/Practice/Enrichment/Evaluation pp.223-335
 Aoanan,Grace,et.al,2016, General Mathematics. Quezon City Philippines:C&A
Publishing, Inc. pp. 306-325
 Aoanan,Grace,et.al,2016, General Mathematics. Quezon City Philippines: C&A
Publishing, Inc. pp. 306-325
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