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Republic of the Philippines Teacher CIPRIANO, John Albert O.

Quarter 4th
RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERISTY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Teaching Date/Time MTWHF/1:00pm-2:00pm Level/Section VII-Zeus
Learning Area Mathematics School Year 2018-2019

DAILY DETAILED LESSON PLAN


At the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
 Define data collection
I. OBJECTIVES  Differentiate between primary and secondary data;
 Identify the different methods in collecting data;
 Show active participation in the activity
The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts, uses and importance of Statistics, data
A. Content Standards collection/gathering and the different forms of data representation, measures of central tendency,
measures of variability, and probability.
The learner is able to collect and organize data systematically and compute accurately measures of
B. Performance Standards central tendency and variability and apply these appropriately in data analysis and interpretation in
different fields.
C. Learning Competencies Gathers statistical data.
II. CONTENT
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
K to 12 MCG,2013, by Math Curriculum Guide Grades 1-10 Final as of 01-17-2016.pdf p.103
1. Teacher’s Guide pages file:///C:/Users/user/Downloads/Math%20Curriculum%20Guide%20Grades%201-
10%20Final%20as%20of%2001-17-2016.pdf
2. Learner’s Material pages
3. Textbook pages
Data Collection by Responsible Conduct in Data management. Retrieved from:
https://ori.hhs.gov/education/products/n_illinois_u/datamanagement/dctopic.html
4. Additional Materials from
Collection of Data-Meaning, Types, Sources, Methods by toppr (April 12, 2018). Retrieved from:
Learning Resource (LR)
https://www.toppr.com/bytes/collection-of-data/
Portal
Data Collection by TechTarget (Copyright 2017-2018). Retrieved from:
https://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/data-collection
B. Other Learning Resources Projector, PowerPoint presentation, and White board marker.
IV. PROCEDURES Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity
A. Before the Lesson A. Daily Routine
Good afternoon class! Good afternoon Sir!

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B. Analysis

So we will be having an activity where I need Yes, Sir!


your participation okay?

I want you to arrange the rumble letters to find Yes, Sir!


the words which is connected to our topic for
today. Do you understand?

First we have.....
BABILITYPRO
What is the word? Probability, Sir!

Good, next.... Primary, Sir!


MAPRIRY
Yes, another... Interview, Sir!
TERINVIEW
Correct, next.... Random, Sir!
MODNAR
That’s right, last one.... Data, Sir.
ADTA
Excellent! Please clap yourselves. (Students clapping)

B. During the Lesson C. Abstraction


That activity has a connection about our lesson Collection of data, Sir.
for today and it is all about what?

Good, data are the individual pieces of Primary sources Sir!


information. We have two sources
Of data. Will you give me one?

What’s the other one? Secondary source Sir!

Thank you, so when we say primary source,


where you can get the data yourself personally
.Primary source is called primary data.

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The next one is the secondary source where the Yes Sir.
data were coming from magazines, newspapers,
journals and others. Understand?

So the next here is collection of data which is the The interview method or direct method, the
first step in statistical research. questionnaire or indirect method, the
registration method and the experimental
method, Sir.

We have methods in collecting data, will you give


those?

Very good, first is the interview method. The Yes, Sir.


interview is a one on one encounter between the
people asking the information. It may be a
personal interview or a telephone interview.
Understand?

It have advantages like answers may be clarified


and you would have better understanding. If
there are advantages then there are
disadvantages like too costly and can cover a
limited number of individual.

Then, the questionnaire. It is a research Yes, Sir!


instrument consisting of a series of question for
the purpose of gathering information. Its
advantages are it is more objective, it is cheaper
in terms of cost, don’t require much effort. While
the disadvantages are the respondents may
forget important issues, respondents may not be
willing to answer the questions and others. Next
is the registration method which refers to
recording of the occurrence of vital events
together with certain descriptive concerning
them. Like the given from your book: number of
voters in the precinct in one barangay. We are
going to use the registration method for us to

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collect data. Is it clear?

The last one is the experimental method. From


the word itself experimental or experiment.
Meaning to say you need to experiment or
observe to answer the data.

Again, what are the different methods of The interview method or direct method, the
collecting data? questionnaire or indirect method, the
registration method and the experimental
method, Sir.
Good, so let’s proceed with the last one, the
sampling techniques. Where we use selection Ma’am, the probability sampling scheme and the
from the population to answer surveys. Its non-probability sampling
advantages were the cost is lower; collection of
data is faster and can assure homogeneity or
improve the accuracy of data. We have two kinds
of sampling technique; will you give it to me?

Correct, so when we say probability sampling Random sampling, Sir


everyone in the member of the population have
the chance to be selected as a member of a
sample. It includes what?

Yes, when we say random sampling, members are Systematic sampling, Sir
selected by a table of random numbers or draw
lots. What is the next one?

When we say systematic sampling, there is a Stratified random sampling, Sir


system to be followed. What’s the other one?

It is where each group is divided into sub group Cluster sampling, Sir
which is called strata. And what is the last one?

Yes, it is used when the population is relatively Random sampling, Systematic sampling,
large. Groups are randomly selected instead of Stratified random sampling, Cluster sampling,
individuals. So again, what are the examples of Sir
probability sampling?

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Very good, the next one is non-probability
sampling where the members of a population Quota sampling
have no equal chance to be selected like how I
chose one of our classmate. We have two
examples like?

In quota sampling, you used judgement to select Convenience sampling


like you do you think can help you or not. The
next is?
Yes, Sir!
Convenience sampling or opportunity sampling.
It is where population is selected because they
are readily available. Understand?

D. Application
Identify the following:
1-2. The two sources of data 1. Primary Source
3. The first step in statistical research 2. Secondary Source
4-7. Methods in collecting data 3. Collection of data
8-9. Two kinds of sampling technique 4. Direct method
10. The sampling method where the 5. Indirect method
members of the population have no 6. Registration method
equal chance to be selected 7. Experimental method
8. Probability sampling
9. Non-probability sampling
10. Non-probability sampling
C. After the Lesson E. Assessment
Give the Correct answer.
1-2.)Two sources of data
3-6.)Methods of collecting data
7-8.)Kinds of sampling techniques
9.)Data coming from magazines,
newspaper, or journals
10.)Concerned with the selection of subset
of individuals from population
V. REMARKS

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INDEX OF MASTERY
A. No. of students who passed Section Male Female Total %
the assessment

B. No. of students who did not Section Male Female Total %


pass the assessment

VI. REFLECTION

Prepared by: Checked by:

John Albert O. Cipriano Rolando Magat Jr.


Student Teacher Cooperating Teacher

Date: _______________________________

Adapted from DepEd Order No. 42, s. 2016, “Policy Guidelines on Daily Lesson Preparation for the K to 12 Basic Education Program”