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GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: File Created by Ma’am MARIANNE MANALO PUHI Learning Area: MATHEMATICS
DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: JUNE 24 – 28, 2019 (WEEK 4) Quarter: 1ST QUARTER

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


I. OBJECTIVES Visualizes and identifies the 1st Reads and writes ordinal numbers Identifies and uses the pattern of To add 3-digit by 2-digit numbers Weekly Test
through the 20th object of a given from 1st through 20th. naming ordinal numbers from 1st to with sums up to 1000 without
set from a given point of reference. the 20th. regrouping

A. Content Standards A.Content Standards A.Content Standards A.Content Standards A.Content Standards
demonstrates understanding of demonstrates understanding of demonstrates understanding of whole demonstrates understanding of
whole numbers up to 1000, ordinal whole numbers up to 1000, ordinal numbers up to 1000, ordinal numbers addition of whole numbers up to
numbers up to 20th, and money up numbers up to 20th, and money up to up to 20th, and money up to PhP100. 1000 including money.
to PhP100. PhP100.
B. Performance Standards B.Performance Standards B.Performance Standards B.Performance Standards B.Performance Standards
is able to recognize and represent is able to recognize and represent is able to recognize and represent is able to apply addition of whole
ordinal numbers up to 20th in ordinal numbers up to 20th in various ordinal numbers up to 20th in various numbers up to 1000 including
various forms and contexts. forms and contexts. forms and contexts. money in mathematical problems
and real-life situations.
C. Learning C. Learning Competencies/ C. Learning Competencies/ C. Learning Competencies/ C. Learning Competencies/ Answer test item with
Competencies/ Objectives Objectives Objectives Objectives 75% of success.
Objectives identifies the 1st through the 20th reads and writes ordinal numbers reads and writes ordinal numbers visualizes, represents, and adds 2- Follow directions
with the emphasis on 11th to 20th from 1st through the 20th. from 1st through the 20th. digit by 3-digit numbers with sums properly.
object in a given set from a given M2NS-Ie-17.2 M2NS-Ie-17.2 up to 1000 without and with Answer test with speed,
point of reference. regrouping . accuracy and honesty
M2NS-Ie-16.2 M2NS-Ig-27.4
II. CONTENT Content: Ordinal Content: Ordinal Numbers/Reading Content: Patterns of Naming Ordinal Content: ADDING NUMBERS
numbers/Visualizing and Identifying and Writing Ordinal Numbers Numbers/ WITHOUT REGROUPING
Ordinal Numbers/ Lesson 14 Lesson 15 Lesson 16
Lesson 13
III. LEARNING K to12 Curriculum Guide K to12 Curriculum Guide K to12 Curriculum Guide K to12 Curriculum Guide
RESOURCES Grade 2 – Mathematics page 26- Grade 2 – Mathematics page 26-27, Grade 2 – Mathematics page 26-27,30 Grade 2 – Mathematics page 26-
A. References 27,29 30 27,32
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages TG in Mathematics pages 48-52 TG in Mathematics pages 52-56 TG in Mathematics pages 57- 60 TG in Mathematics pages 61-66
(softcopy) (softcopy) (softcopy) (softcopy)
2. Learner’s Materials LM in Mathematics pages 33-36 LM in Mathematics pages 36-37 LM in Mathematics pages 38-40 LM in Mathematics pages 40-42
pages
3. Text book pages
4. Additional Materials 1. Number cards, charts, pieces of 1. Number Cards 1. Number Cards 1. Real Objects Cards Test paper at lapis
from Learning rolled papers, activity sheets 2. manila paper 2. Pocket chart 2. Cut-outs, Original File Submitted
Resources Lesson 13 3. charts, activity sheets/worksheets 3. Show Me Board 3. Number cards, and Formatted by DepEd
4. Mystery Box of Knowledge 4. Mystery Box of Knowledge 4. Window Cards Club Member - visit
5. calendar Lesson 15 5. Show Me Board depedclub.com for more
6. List of Pupils Lesson 16
Lesson 14
B. Other Learning laptop laptop laptop laptop laptop
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE
lesson or presenting the Preparatory Activities Preparatory Activities Preparatory Activities Preparatory Activities
new lesson 1. Drill 1.Drill 1. Drill 1.Drill
Game: “Do You Know Me” Identify the place value of the given Game- “SHOW ME” Basic Addition Facts using the
Instructions digit Direction: Window cards A1.
Divide the class into 3 small Divide the class into 3 small learning Examples:
learning stations stations. 1. 8 + 8 = _______
Designate a leader to every Designate a leader to every learning 2. 9 + 7 = _______
Questions:
learning station. station. 3. 8 + 7 = ______
In 567, what is the place value of 6?
Place all number cards inside the Each group should have a 4. 7 + 7 = _______
________________
Mystery Box of Knowledge representative to answer every 5. 6 + 5 = _______
In card number 2, what is the value of
Draw one at a time the number question. 6. 3 + 9 = ________
9? ____________
cards. (As illustrated below) Place all number cards inside the 7. 6 + 8 = _______
In 978, what is the place value of 8?
Each group should have a Mystery Box of Knowledge. 8. 8 + 4 = _____
________________
representative to answer every Draw number cards one at a time. 9. 4 + 7 = _________
In card number 3, what is the value of
question. Ask the pupils to identify the correct 10. 4 + 9 = ______
5?____________
Ask pupils to identify the value of ordinal number written in the 11. 6 + 4 = ______
What is the place value of 1, in card
the underlined digit. number card. 12. 7 + 6 = ________
number 3? _______
The group with more number of Let them write their answer on the 2. Review
In card number 4, what is the place
correct answers will be declared Show Me Board. STRATEGY: PUZZLE GAME- “THE
value of 7? _______
winner. The group with more number of MAGIC OF ADDITION SQUARE”
2. Review
correct answers will be declared INSTRUCTIONS:
Post on the board the sentence in the
winner Group the class into four small
box below.
2.Review learning groups.
Tell the position of a given set of Instruct each group to position in
objects their respective learning station.
2. Review Present this illustration. Post the activity sheets to each
Directions: Order the numbers from Read the sentence in the box and
then ask questions. learning station.
greatest to least by supplying the Explain to each group that they need
missing numbers. What is the fifth letter?
What is the tenth letter? to go through the four learning
1. 459, 464, 469 , _____, ______, stations to complete the activity.
_____, ______, ______ In the word MATHEMATICS, what is
the second letter? The 9th, sixth? Each group is only given 35 seconds
2. 891, 892, 893, ______, _____, to do the activity
______, ______ 2nd?, 5th?
3. , _____, _____, _____, ______, What is the position of the third What is the 4th letter in the chart?
597, 600, 603 letter e? What is the 2nd letter in the chart?
4. 187, 191, _____, _____, 203, What is the position of first letter m? What is the tenth letter in the chart?
_____, ______, ______ What is the position of letter c? What is the seventh letter in the
5. 296 , _____, 210, _____, 224, chart?
_____, ______, ______ 3.Pre-Assessment
3. Pre-Assessment Present the list of Honor Pupils in 3.Pre-Assessment
Grade II for the First Grading. The list Supply the missing ordinal numbers.
must be written in Manila Paper and
be posted on the board.

Questions:
How many pupils are there in the
Cream of the Class? ____________
How many are boys? ____________
How many are girls? ____________
Who was the first pupil on the list?
________
Who was the second on the list?
_________
Who was the tenth place on the
list?_______
How many boys are included in the
Cream of the Class? _______
How many girls are included in the
Cream of the Class? ________

3.Pre-Assessment
Find the answer.
1. 172 more than 25 is what
number? _________
2. 250 increased by the sum of 2 and
3 is equal to _______
3. Combine 145 and 34. __________
Arrange the numbers in column.
Find the sum using the short form.
4. 213 + 54 = ___________
5. 213 + 76 = __________
6. 417 + 61 = __________
B. Establishing a purpose B. Establishing a purpose B. Establishing a purpose B. Establishing a purpose B. Establishing a purpose
for the lesson ( for the lesson for the lesson for the lesson for the lesson
Motivation) 1.Motivation: 1.Motivation 1. Motivation 1.Motivation
Strategy: Story Telling- Playing Strategy- Recognition Day Story Telling- Bicycle Race Story Problem
Jumping Rope Instructions: Ask: Do you have any experience to Posing a Task
During recess time, the Grade II Have the pupils get the rolled paper ride on a bike?
pupils of Looc Central School played in the Mystery Box of Knowledge to How do you feel it?
Jumping Rope. Danny as a leader, know who will be included in the top Last summer vacation, the Barangay
he prepared a list of the7 top 20th. Let them stand before the class Agnipa had a bicycle race to celebrate
scorers in the game written on a and pin the ribbon (Ordinal Number) their barangay fiesta. There were 120
chart. e posted on the bulletin on their left chest. Assign other pupils cyclists who joined the contest. The
board. The results of the game are to serve as parents. fiesta coordinator ranked the This is Mark. He collected 23 4
shown below. Then ask some questions: following cyclists: empty bottles on Saturday and 23 on
Why do some pupils get honors? (The teacher will post the manila Sunday. Can you tell the number of
How do they study? paper where the list of winners was bottles he collected for two days?
Are you diligent pupils? Why do you written.)
have to be diligent with your studies? Ask: Who wants to join the race next Ask the following questions:
fiesta? 1. Who collected empty bottles
Why do you want to join? 2. What did Mark collect?
What benefit can you get from joining 3. When did he collect empty
this kind of contest? bottles?
4. How many empty bottles did Mark
collect on Saturday?
Who got the highest score? 5. How many empty bottles did he
______________ collect on Sunday?
Who got the lowest score? 6. Can you tell the total number of
______________ empty bottles Mark collected for
Arrange the names of pupils based two days?
on their scores from least to
greatest and vice versa
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
C. Presenting Examples / Posing a Task Posing a Task Posing a Task: Posing a Task Present the test
instances of new lesson C. Presenting Examples / instances C. Presenting Examples / instances of C. Presenting Examples /Instances of C. Presenting Examples /Instances of materials.
( Presentation) of new lesson( Presentation) new lesson( Presentation new lesson 2.Presentation new lesson Presentation
Divide the class into five small Divide the class into 5 working Posing the Task PERFORMING THE TASK
working groups. Assign a group groups. Distribute the pocket charts Divide the class into 5 small working Present cut-outs of bottles.
leader to each group. Distribute the and 20 cut-outs of objects. Be sure all groups. (Groupings depend on the Let the pupil’s show the number of
different objects such as stones, groups have complete materials. number of pupils in a group. empty bottles Mark collected on
shells, fruits, vegetables, plastic Ask the pupils to put the cut-outs in Distribute the different geometric Saturday and on Sunday.
cups, seeds, and etc. the pocket chart. Then, ask them to figures. Be sure all groups have the Present that each big bottle is
Ask the groups to arrange the put numbers on the object. same number, kind and size of represented by 100 bottles and each
objects according to its sizes. Then Using cartolina strips, ask the pupils geometric figures. small bottle is represented by 10
ask them to count and identify their to write the ordinal numbers in Then post on the board the chart of Then, let the pupils write the
position from 1 to 20. symbols and words. Instruct them to geometric patterns. numbers on the board.
Ask the following questions: place it opposite the number of the Ask the pupils to complete the Present to the class the place value
What is the first object? Then write object. patterns. They can use the concrete chart.
on the board the correct way of geometric figures to visualize Example 1-Short Method of adding
writing ordinal number. completing the patterns. numbers
What is the number three object?
Then illustrate how to write three
in an ordinal number.
What is the number 20 object? Ask the pupils to complete the
Again write 20 expressed in an pattern and let them explain their
ordinal number. answer.
What is the number 10 object? Then- post on the board the picture
Illustrate how to write 10 in an story and the result of the contest in
ordinal number. the motivation phase.
Then ask the pupils to give patterns
on how to write ordinal numbers in
symbols.
Then post on the board the chart.
Ask the pupils to fill-up the column
of ordinal numbers in symbols and
in words.
.
D. Discussing new Performing the Task Performing the Task Performing a Task Performing the Task
concepts and practicing Processing Processing: Processing Ask : Explain the direction to
new skills #1 The Mathematics Coordinator of Ask: Ask: Processing them.
( Modeling) Romblon West Central School What do you observe about what are What is Reagan’s rank? Ask: What will you do to find the
administered the qualifying test to written before the names of pupils? What letters do you see after 1 and total number of bottles which Mark
the Special mathematics Class. The What do you observe about what are 11? had collected?
next day, she published the top ten written next to the names of pupils? What letters do you see after 2 and Ask: In 234 what is the value of 4?
scorers on the bulletin board. In the third column? 12? What is the value of 3?
Ask the pupils to continue writing the What letters do you see after 3, and What is the value of 2?
ordinal numbers in symbols and in 13th In 257 what is the value of 7?
word to complete the chart. What letters do you see after the What is the value of 5?
other numbers? What is the value of 2?
Is there any pattern/s in naming the What are the numbers in the tens
ordinal numbers? place?
What are the numbers in the
hundreds place?
Example 2- Using Expanded Form
Method
235 = 200 + 30 + 5
Ask: What do you observe in the chart + 43 = 40 +3
particularly on column 2 and 3? ________________________
Say: After the names of the 278 = 200 + 70 +8
thing/object are number symbols and 278
in the next column are ordinal Example 3- Problem Solving
numbers in symbol such as 1st, 2nd, Pamela has 317 Philippine stamps.
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and so on. These Her brother Robert has 82 pieces of
numbers are the symbols that that stamps from the United States of
tell the order of persons, objects or America. How many stamps do they
things that are arranged. have altogether?
The numbers that tell the order of The teacher will ask the pupils the
persons/objects/things are called following:
ordinal numbers. Let the pupils underline the question
asked in the problem.
Post the calendar like the one Let them rewrite the question in
presented below. Then ask the pupils answer statement
to answer the following questions Ask the pupils to show their
complete solution in solving the
problem.
Then, ask them also to explain their
answer as well as the processes used
to find the correct answer.
The teacher may give additional
practice exercises.
Present samples of addition
combinations in vertical and in
horizontal forms.
Additional exercises. Use short
method and Expanded Form
1. 333 + 46 = _______________
2. 465 + 14 = ________________
3. 146 + 23 = ______________

4. 673
+ 26

5. 437
+ 62
E. Discussing new E. Discussion of new concepts and E. Discussion of new concepts and E. Discussion of new concepts and E. Discussion of new concepts and Giving the standards
concepts and practicing practice of new skills #2(Guided practice of new skills #2(Guided practicing new skills #2(Guided practicing new skills #2(Guided
new skills #2 Practice) Refer to the LM - Gawain Practice) Refer to the LM - Gawain 1 Practice) Practice) Refer to the LM – Gawain 1
(Guided Practice) 1 pahina 33 sa LM A pahina sa LM Refer to the LM Gawain 1 pahina 38 pahina 40
Complete each sentence by writing Gawain 1 Isulat ang katumbas sa Ordinal Hanapin ang sum ng mga
the ordinal for the number inside Si Randy ay nasa ikalawang baitang. Numbers sumusunod at isulat ang letra ng
the parenthesis. Ito ang kanyang mga Gawain bago tamang sagot sa sagutang papel.
1. Miss Shamcey Supsup won the pumasok sa paaralan. Tulungan natin 1. 434
(3) __________ place in the 2011 kung tama ang pagkasunod-sunod ng + 12
Miss Universe Pageant. kanyang mga Gawain araw-araw. a. 446 b. 462 c. 436
2. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on Isulat ang ordinal number sa puwang 2. 321
the (14) __________ of February. sa unahan ng bilang. Sipiin ito sa + 21
3. New Year’s Day is celebrated on iyong kuwaderno. a. 361 b. 362 c. 342
the (1) ___________ of January. 1. __________ Maligo 3. 783
4. My birthday is celebrated on the 2. __________ Gumising + 15
(5) _______________ of April. 3. __________ Kumain ng agahan a. 798 b. 799 c. 798
5. My parents’ wedding anniversary 4. __________ Magsipilyo ng ngipin 4. 567
is celebrated on the (9) ________ 5. __________ Pupunta sa paaralan + 12
of September. 6. __________ Magsuklay ng buhok a. 579 b.589 c. 599
7. __________ Magpalit ng damit 5. 773
+ 25
a. 798 b. 778 c. 775
F. Developing mastery F. Developing mastery F. Developing mastery F. Developing mastery F. Developing mastery Test Proper
( Independent Practice) ( Independent Practice) ( Independent Practice) ( Independent Practice) ( Independent Practice)
Gawain 2, pahina 34 sa LM Gawain 2, pahina 37 sa LM Refer to the LM Gawain 2 pahina 39 ) Refer to the LM pahina 41
Kumpletuhin ang tsart nasa ibaba. Tingnan ang tsart sa ibaba. Ito ang Gamit ang kalendaryong nasa ibaba, Gawain 2
Ibigay ang ordinal na bilang sa mga modelong bata sa ikalawang sagutin ang mga sumusunod na mga Hanapin ang kabuuan. Gamitin ang
simbolo. baitang. tanong. “short at expanded” na pamaraan.
Ang Mahuhusay na Mag-aaral sa August 2012
Mathematics
SY 2011-2012

1. Ang Huwebes ay pang-ilang ______


araw sa loob ng isang linggo?
2. Ano ang ordinal number ng Agosto
19? _____
Isulat ang ordinal number ng bawat 3. Anong araw ang 15th ng Agosto
batang modelo. simula sa unang araw ng buwan?
1. ________ Josie _______
2. ________ El Nino John 4. Ano ang ordinal number ng ika-
3. ________ Danny apat na Huwebes ng Agosto simula
4. ________ Paul Agosto 2?
5. ________ Fioreli Grace 5. Ano ang posisyon ng Sabado kung
6. ________Anita ang isang linggo ay magsisimula sa
7. ________ Peter Ray araw ng Linggo?
8. ________ Clifford Nino
9. ________ Angelic Norefil
10. _______ Diego

G. Finding Practical G. Finding Practical applications of G. Finding Practical applications of G. Finding Practical applications of G. Finding Practical applications of Did you answer the test
applications of concepts concepts and skills ( Application / concepts and skills ( Application ) concepts and skills ( Application / concepts and skills ( Application / correctly?
and skills ( Application / Valuing) Valuing Valuing)
Valuing) 1.Isulat ang ordinal na bilang ng Answer the following questions:
mga hayop simula sa baka. 1.Danny is fifty-third. Jomar is fifty-
fifth. Name the position of the person
between them.
2. There are 120 cyclists. Jun is next to
last. Name the position of the person
2.Isulat ang ordinal na bilang ng in front of Jun.
mga prutas simula sa manga.

Basahin ang pangungusap sa loob


ng kahon at sagutin ang mga
sumusunod na mga tanong.

1. Ano ang ika-labing dalawang


letra sa pangungusap? ________
2. Ano ang ika-labing anim na letra
sa pangungusap? ________
3. Ano ang ika 20th na letra?
___________
4. Ano ang ika 18th na letra?
___________
5. Ano ang posisyon ng unang
letrang I sa pangungusap? _______
6. Ano ang posisyon ng letrang C
simula sa salitang wonder? _____
7. Ano ang posisyon ng ikatlong E
simula sa salitang wonder? ______

H. Making generalizations H. Making generalizations and H. Making generalizations and H. Making generalizations and H. Making generalizations and What did you learn
and abstractions about abstractions about the lesson abstractions about the lesson abstractions about the lesson abstractions about the lesson today?
the lesson ( (Generalization ) (Generalization ) (Generalization ) (Generalization)
Generalization) What is ordinal Number? Ordinal numbers tell the position of How do you use the pattern of Ask: How do you add 2-3 digit
Ordinal Number tells the position of objects/things or people in a definite naming ordinal numbers beyond 20? numbers without regrouping?
objects or persons arranged in order. The numbers beyond 20 are written
order. To write ordinal numbers in words, with the name of the tens followed by
write the counting numbers and the first, second, third, ninth and etc.
last two letters of the word form of
the ordinal number. Except the
following:
One- first Eight - eighth
Two – second Nine - ninth
Three – third Twelve -
Twelfth
Five – fifth Twenty –
Twentieth
To write ordinal numbers in figures,
write the number and affix the last
two letters of the written word.
First – 1st Second 2nd
Third 3rd Fourth 4th

I. Evaluating Learning I. Evaluation I.Evaluation I.Evaluation I.Evaluation Checking the test


Supply the missing ordinal numbers. From the given quotation as “The” as We add first the ones, tens and
the point of reference, give the word hundreds. We can add numbers
corresponding to the given position. using expanded form or short
THE ABILITY TO FOCUS ATTENTION method.
Write the ordinal number of the ON IMPORTANT THINGS IS THE Find the sum. Use expanded form
following toys. Count from left to DEFINING CHARACTERISTIC OF and short method.
right. INTELLIGENCE 1. 527 + 60 = ____________
1. How many toys are there in all? -Robert Schiller- 2. 429 + 70 = ____________
___________________ 3. 312
2. The car is in what position from 2. Write the following ordinal 5th ______________ + 67
the right? ___________ numbers in words. 14th _____________ 4. What is the sum of 342 and 56?
3. What toy is in the 9th position 1. First _________________________ 11th _____________ _________
from the left? __________ 2. Fourth 6th ______________ 5. 231 more than 65 is what
4. What is the position of the ball? _________________________ 4th ______________ number? ________
___________________ 3. Fifth _________________________ 12th _____________ 6. 121
5. What is the position of the 4. Twentieth 4th ______________ + 78
guitar? _________________ _______________________ 8th ______________ 7. What is 56 added to 33?
5. Nineteenth 10th _____________ _________
______________________ 9th _____________ 8. Add 567 and 20.
_______________
9. 365 + 34 = ___________________
10. Combine: 564 and 24.
__________

J. Additional activities for J. Additional activities for J. Additional activities for application J. Additional activities for application J. Additional activities for Checking the test
application or application or remediation or remediation or remediation application or remediation
remediation ( Assignment) ( Assignment) ( Assignment) sa pahina 40 ( Assignment) sa pahina 42 sa LM
( Assignment) Gumuhit ng 20 bagay at isulat ang Isulat ang mga pangalan ng lahat na Gawing ordinals ang mga sumusunod Basahin ang mga sumusunod at
ordinal na bilang simula sa 1st kasapi ng iyong pamilya simula sa na bilang. Isulat lamang ang st, nd, rd hanapin ang sum.
hanggang sa 20th simula sa unang pinakamatanda hanggang sa or th. 1. Ano ang halaga ng 25 at 321?
bagay na iyong ginuhit. pinakabata sa lahat. Gamitin ang 1. 10 ______________ ________
ordinal numbers simula sa 1st. 2. 12 ______________ 2. Ano ang kabuuan ng 35 at 224?
_______________________________ 3. 18 ______________ _______
_____ 4. 7 ______________ 3. Kung sumahin ang 272 at 12 ano
_______________________________ 5. 11 ______________ ang magiging
_____ 6. 13 ______________ kabuuang sagot? _______
7. 15 ______________ 4. Hanapin ang kabuuang sagot 567
8. 4 ______________ + 12= _______
9. 8 ______________ 5. Idagdag ang 342 sa 54, ano ang
10. 16 ______________ kabuuan? ________

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
B. No. of Learners who
require additional activities
for remediation
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?