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Lesson Plan in Mathematics

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the session, the students are expected to:
1. Classify triangles according to their sides and according to their angles; and
2. Apply the classification of triangles in real life problems.

II. CONTENT
Topic: Classifications of Triangles
Reference: Grade 7 Mathematics Teacher’s Guide, Page 271
Materials: Rulers Protractors
Cut-out Pictures Straw
Markers Envelopes
Art Papers Cartolina
Party Banner Triangular Ruler
Value Integration: Cooperation

III. Learning Task


TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
A. INTRODUCTION
a. Preparation
Good Morning class. May we all Students will stand and pray.
stand and pray. _________ please lead the
prayer.
Students will pick up the pieces of paper and
Okay class, before you sit down trash.
please pick up the pieces of paper and trash.

You may now take your seats.


How are you this morning? We’re fine ma’am.
It’s good to hear that.

b. Drill

Okay class, we will have a game. This


game is called “Yes, No, Stand Up”.

I will ask some questions. And all you


have to do is to answer. If your answer is “yes”
stand up and if your answer is “no” just sit
down.
Yes ma’am.
Is it clear?
Let’s have a trial round. Students answer may vary.
Am I pretty? Students answer may vary.
Do you have a crush here in school? Students answer may vary.
Is your seatmate handsome/
beautiful?

Everybody sit down. Let’s start the Students will sit down.
game.

Is this a triangle? (Shows a picture of Students will sit down.


a rectangle.)
Is this a triangle? (Shows a picture of Students will stand up.
a triangle.)
Is triangle a four-sided polygon? Students will sit down.
Is triangle made up of 2 angles? Students will sit down.
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
Is triangle made up of 3 angles? Students will stand up.
Acute angle measures less than 90 Students will stand up.
degrees, yes or no?
Is this an obtuse angle? (Shows a Student will sit down.
picture of an acute angle.)
Right angle measures exactly 90 Students will stand up.
degrees, yes or no?
Is 360 degrees the sum of the Students will stand up.
measures of the angles of a triangle?
Is 180 degrees the sum of the Students will sit down.
measure of the angles of a triangle?

c. Motivation

“Triangle Hunt”

I have a friend named Mr. T. He is Yes, we will.


looking for his relatives. Will you help him find
his relatives in this classroom?
His relatives have the same shape as Triangle ma’am.
his. What is his shape?
How many sides/ angles do triangles It has three sides and angles ma’am.
have?
Can you find Mr. T’s relatives? Yes, we can.
Now, let’s start finding Mr. T’s Students will search the different areas in the
relatives. classroom to find Mr. T’s relatives.

Those who already found Mr. T’s


relatives kindly post them in the board.

Oh Look! Mr. T is really happy seeing


his relatives. By the way, Mr. T told me to say
thank you to all of you. Let’ clap our hands for
our success.
So we did succeed because
everybody cooperated. Just like in every group
activities, we will succeed if we will have
cooperation. So that’s our secret weapon,
okay? Okay ma’am.
Now, what can you say about the They vary in sizes and in angles.
sizes and the angles of Mr. T’s relatives posted
on the board?
Then, it only means there are
different classifications of triangles according
to its sides and its angles.

B. DEVELOPMENT OF THE LESSON


This morning, we will discuss about
“Classification of Triangles.” So at the end of
the session you are expected to classify
triangles according to their sides and according
to their angles and apply classification of
triangles in real life problems.

1. Activity
Okay class, I will group you into 7
groups. Count 1-7.
You may now go to your groups.
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
Each group will be given an envelope
and inside the envelopes are the task and
materials you will work on.
Is the instruction clear? Yes ma’am.
Any questions regarding the None ma’am.
instruction?
So before you begin, what is our Cooperation ma’am
secret weapon so that we can succeed in our
activity?
You’ve got your brains in gear today! Group I
I will only give you 5 minutes to  Measure each straw using the ruler in
finish the activity. You may now start. cm.
 Connect the straws to form a triangle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper. Write down the measurement of
each straw.
Group II
 Measure each straw using the ruler in
cm.
 Connect the straws to form a triangle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper. Write down the measurement of
each straw.
Group III
 Measure each straw using the ruler in
cm.
 Connect the straws to form a triangle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper. Write down the measurement of
each straw.
Group IV
 Measure the angles of your triangle
using the protractor.
 Write down the measurement of each
angle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper.
Group V
 Measure the angles of your triangle
using the protractor.
 Write down the measurement of each
angle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper.
Group VI
 Measure the angles of your triangle
using the protractor.
 Write down the measurement of each
angle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper.
Group VII
 Measure the angles of your triangle
using the protractor.
 Write down the measurement of each
angle.
 Paste your triangle in the provided
paper.
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
Time is up. Post your work in the
board.

2. Analysis
Now, what did Groups I, II, and III They measure the sides of the triangle.
measure?
Marvellous!
So now, let us first classify triangles
according to its sides.
What can you say about the sides of The sides of the triangle have the same length.
the triangle that the first group made?
Triangles like this one are called
equilateral triangle. Based from the example, Equilateral triangles are triangles with equal
what is an equilateral triangle? sides.
Fantastic!
What can you say about this The two sides of the triangle have equal length.
triangle? (Referring to the triangle made by the
second group.)
Great!
Triangles like this are called isosceles Isosceles triangles are triangles with 2 equal
triangle. Based from the example, what is sides.
isosceles triangle?
Wonderful!
How about this triangle? (Referring to It has no equal sides.
the triangle made by the third group.)
Perfect!
Triangles like this are called scalene Scalene triangles are triangles with no equal
triangle. How will you define scalene triangle? sides.
Tremendous!
Okay, so we are done classifying
triangles according to its sides. Now, let’s move
on to classifying triangles according to its
angles.
What can you say about this The triangle has an obtuse angle.
triangle? (Referring to the triangle of group IV.)
Clever!
This triangle is an obtuse triangle. Obtuse triangles are triangles with an obtuse
So, what is an obtuse triangle? angle.
Excellent!
Is it possible that a triangle will have No ma’am because the sum of the measures of
two obtuse angles? the interior angles of a triangle is only 180
degrees.
You figured out that fast. Very Good!
What can you say about this The triangle has a right angle.
triangle? (Referring to the triangle of group V.)
That’s right!
This triangle is an example of a right Right triangles are triangles with a right angle.
triangle. Now, how will you define right
triangle?
Superb!
Is it possible that a triangle will have No ma’am because the sum of the measures of
two right angles? the interior angles of a triangle is only 180
degrees.
You got it right!
What can you say about the triangle The triangle has acute angles.
of group six?
Marvellous!
This is an example of an acute
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
triangle. So, what is an acute triangle? Acute triangles are triangle with acute angles.

Can triangle have 3 acute angles? Yes ma’am. A triangle can have two or three
acute angles.
Excellent!
Let’s move to the last group, how can All the angles of the triangle are equal angles.
you identify the triangle?
This triangle is an equiangular Equiangular triangle is a triangle with 3 equal
triangle. How will you define an equiangular angles.
triangle?
Clever!
Based on our examples, What are the The classifications of triangle according to
classifications of triangles according to their sides are equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle,
sides? and scalene triangle.
Very Good!
How about the classification of The classifications of triangle according to
triangles according to their angles? angles are obtuse triangle, right triangle, acute
triangle, and equiangular triangle.
Are there any questions? None ma’am.
Do you understand the lesson? Yes ma’am.

3. Abstraction
How do we classify triangles? We classify triangles according to sides and
angles.
Perfect!
What are the classifications of The classifications of triangle according to
triangles according to their sides? sides are equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle,
and scalene triangle.
Tremendous!
What is an equilateral triangle? Equilateral triangles are triangles with 3 equal
sides.
What is an isosceles triangle? Isosceles triangle is a triangle with two equal
sides.
What is a scalene triangle? Scalene triangle is a triangle with no equal
sides.
How about the classification of The classifications of triangle according to
triangles according to their angles? angles are obtuse triangle, right triangle, acute
triangle, and equiangular triangle.
Marvellous!
What is an obtuse triangle? Obtuse triangle is a triangle with an obtuse
angle.
What is a right triangle? Right triangle is a triangle with a right angle.

What is an acute triangle? Acute triangle is a triangle with acute angles.

What is an equiangular triangle? Equiangular triangles are triangles with 3


equal angles.

4. Application
Since there are no questions and
you all understood the lesson. We will have
another group activity. I will group you into 3
groups, so please count 1-3. I will only give you
8 minutes to finish your task. You may now
start. Group I
 Measure the sides and the angles of the
triangular object.
 Write down the measurement of the
TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY
triangle.
 Identify what type of triangle is it.
Group II
 Measure the sides and the angles of the
triangular object.
 Write down the measurement of the
triangle.
 Identify what type of triangle is it.
Group III
 Measure the sides and the angles of the
triangular object.
 Write down the measurement of the
triangle.
 Identify what type of triangle is it.
Time is up. Post your work on the
board. Choose a reporter to report your work.

Good work everyone! Let’s give


ourselves a round of applause.

IV. ASSESSMENT

Write only the letter of your answer.

1. What classification of triangle has two equal sides?


a. Isosceles triangle
b. Scalene triangle
c. Equilateral triangle
d. Right triangle
2. What do you call a triangle with an obtuse angle?
a. Right triangle
b. Obtuse triangle
c. Equiangular triangle
d. Acute triangle
3. What do you call a triangle with 3 equal angles?
a. Right triangle
b. Obtuse triangle
c. Equiangular triangle
d. Acute triangle
4. David went to the beach and saw a sailboat in the ocean. If all sides of the sail are
the same length. What type of triangle would name the sail that David saw?
a. Scalene triangle
b. Equilateral triangle
c. Isosceles triangle
d. Equiangular triangle
5. Oscar was eating a cheese cracker with his soup. Each side of Oscar’s cracker was
a different length. What type of triangle was Oscar’s cracker?
a. Isosceles triangle
b. Scalene triangle
c. Equilateral triangle
d. Right triangle
V. ASSIGNMENT

Indicate what type of triangle is shown in the figure.

1.
45° a. Acute triangle
b. Obtuse triangle
c. Right triangle
d. Equiangular triangle

45°

2.

20° a. Obtuse triangle


b. Right triangle
c. Acute triangle
136° 24° d. Equiangular triangle

3.

a. Isosceles triangle
b. Equilateral triangle
6 6 c. Scalene triangle
d. Acute triangle

4
4.

a. Equilateral triangle
7
b. Scalene triangle
9
c. Isosceles triangle
d. Right triangle

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5.

𝟔𝟎° a. Acute triangle


b. Right triangle
c. Obtuse triangle
d. Equiangular triangle

𝟔𝟎° 𝟔𝟎°

KIRLSTIEN PEARL R. ALAVAREN