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SEMI – DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS 9


I. Objectives
a. Define rhombus;
b. Illustrate the theorems of rhombus;
c. Prove theorems on rhombus;
d. Appreciate the importance of understanding theorems of rhombus.

II. Subject Matter


Topic: Theorems of Rhombus
Reference: Mathematics Learners; Materials 9, pp. 324-326
Materials: books, chalk, bond paper, protractor, ruler, pencil .

III. Procedure
A. Preliminary Activities
a. Prayer
b. Checking of Attendance
c. Review
d. Motivation
The teacher will divide the class into four groups. Each group will
arrange the given jumbled words.
B. Lesson Proper
a. Activity
The students will be divided into three groups. Each group will be
given a task. The students will do the given procedure and will answer the
given questions.
Procedure:
1. Draw a rhombus that is not necessarily a square. Since a rhombus is
also a parallelogram, you may use a protractor to draw your
rhombus. Name the rhombus NICE. (Note: Clarify, how a rhombus
can be drawn based on its definition, parallelogram all of whose sides
are congruent).
2. Draw diagonals NC and IC intersecting at R.
3. Use protractor to measure the angles given in the table below.

Angle NIC NIE INE INC NRE CRE


Measure

b. Analysis
Each group will choose one representative to post and report their
output. The teacher will follow – up questions and clarifications.
c. Abstraction
The teacher will discuss further the topic and give more examples.
d. Application
The students will prove the theorems on rhombus.
IV. Evaluation
Answer the following statements with always true, sometimes true or never
true.
1. A square is a rectangle.
2. A rhombus is a square.
3. A parallelogram is a square.
4. A rectangle is a rhombus.
5. A parallelogram is a square.
6. A parallelogram is rectangle.
7. A quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
8. A square is a rectangle and a rhombus.
9. An equilateral quadrilateral is a rhombus.
10. An equiangular quadrilateral is a rectangle.

V. Assignment
Study about the Midline Theorem.

Prepared by:
CAROLRN R. CAYBOT
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