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School PACITA COMPLEX SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 11

GRADE 11
Teacher EDMAR A. TEEL Learning Area PRE-CALCULUS
DAILY LESSON LOG
Teaching Dates and Time AUGUST 1-5, 2016 Quarter/Semester FIRST

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5


Date: AUGUST 1, 2016 Date AUGUST 2, 2016 Date: AUGUST 3, 2016 Date: AUGUST 4, 2016 Date: AUGUST 5, 2016

At the end of the lesson, At the end of the lesson, At the end of the lesson, At the end of the lesson, At the end of the lesson,
the learner is able to: the learner is able to: the learner is able to: the learner is able to: the learner is able to:

A. Define a hyperbola A. Determine the standard A. Determine the standard A. Determine the standard A. Determine the standard
form of equation of a form of equation of a form of equation of a form of equation of a
B. Determine the standard hyperbola whose center is hyperbola whose center is hyperbola whose center is hyperbola whose center is
form of equation of a at the origin. at the origin. at (h, k) at (h, k)
I. OBJECTIVES hyperbola whose center is
at the origin. B. Graph a hyperbola in a B. Graph a hyperbola in a B. Manifest an B. Graph a hyperbola in a
rectangular coordinate rectangular coordinate understanding in rectangular coordinate
system. system. determining the equation of system.
a hyperbola whose center
is at (h, k).

The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates
understanding of… understanding of… understanding of… understanding of… understanding of…
A. Content Standards Key concepts of conic Key concepts of conic Key concepts of conic Key concepts of conic Key concepts of conic
sections and systems of sections and systems of sections and systems of sections and systems of sections and systems of
nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations.
The learners shall be able The learners shall be able The learners shall be able The learners shall be able The learners shall be able
to… to… to… to… to…
Model situations Model situations Model situations Model situations Model situations
B. Performance Standards appropriately and solve appropriately and solve appropriately and solve appropriately and solve appropriately and solve
problems accurately using problems accurately using problems accurately using problems accurately using problems accurately using
conic sections and conic sections and conic sections and conic sections and conic sections and
nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations. nonlinear equations.
Define hyperbola Determine the standard Determine the standard Determine the standard Determine the standard
form of equation of a form of equation of a form of equation of a form of equation of a
STEM_PC11AG-Id-1 hyperbola. hyperbola. hyperbola. hyperbola.
STEM_PC11AG-Id-2 STEM_PC11AG-Id-2 STEM_PC11AG-Id-2 STEM_PC11AG-Id-2
C. Learning Competencies/Objectives
Determine the standard
Write the LC Code for each
form of equation of a Graph a hyperbola in a Graph a hyperbola in a Graph a parabola in a
hyperbola. rectangular coordinate rectangular coordinate rectangular coordinate
system. system. system.
STEM_PC11AG-Id-2 STEM_PC11AG-Id-3 STEM_PC11AG-Id-3 STEM_PC11AG-Ia-3
II. CONTENT
III. LEARNING RESOURCES Visual Aid; Worksheet Visual Aid; Worksheet Visual Aid; Worksheet Visual Aid; Worksheet Visual Aid; Worksheet
Introduction to Analytic Introduction to Analytic Introduction to Analytic Pre-Calculus by: John Pre-Calculus by: John
Geometry and Calculus by: Geometry and Calculus by: Geometry and Calculus by: Gabriel P. Pelias Gabriel P. Pelias
A. References
Melecio C. Deauna; Florita Melecio C. Deauna; Florita Melecio C. Deauna; Florita
C. Lamayo C. Lamayo C. Lamayo
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Pages 118-126 Pages 118-126 Pages 118-126 Pages 33-35 Pages 33-35
2. Learner’s Material pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
Teacher presents basic Teacher recalls previous Teacher recalls previous Teacher presents basic Teacher recalls previous
concepts about hyperbola lesson. lesson. concepts about the lesson.
A. Reviewing previous lesson or
equation of a hyperbola
presenting the new lesson
whose center is at (h, k).

Teacher discusses the Teacher discusses further Teacher discusses further Teacher explains the Teacher discusses further
different properties of the process on how to the process on how to process on how to the process on how to
hyperbola. determine the equation of a determine the equation of a determine the equation of a determine the equation of a
hyperbola in standard form hyperbola in standard form hyperbola whose center is hyperbola in standard form
B. Establishing a purpose for the
and given the other and given the other at (h, k). and given the other
lesson
properties of the hyperbola properties of the hyperbola properties of the hyperbola
and explains on how to and explains further on how and explains on how to
graph the equation of a to graph the equation of a graph the equation of a
hyperbola. hyperbola. hyperbola.
C. Presenting examples/instances of Teacher gives examples for Teacher gives examples for Teacher gives examples for Teacher gives examples for Teacher gives examples for
the new lesson better understanding. better understanding. better understanding. better understanding. better understanding.
Teacher explains the Teacher presents examples Teacher asks the students Teachers guides the Teachers guides the
process on how to and let the learner to answer the exercises learners in the exercise learners in the exercise
determine the equation of a determine the properties of found in the book. given. given.
D. Discussing new concepts and hyperbola when the a hyperbola and asks the
practicing new skills #1 principal axis is the x-axis. learner graphs the equation
of a hyperbola in the
rectangular coordinate
system.
Teacher explains the Learner explains to the Learner explains to the Learner explains to the Learner explains to the
process on how to class their output. Then, class their output. Then, class their output. Then, class their output. Then,
E. Discussing new concepts and
determine the equation of a teacher elaborates the teacher elaborates the teacher elaborates the teacher elaborates the
practicing new skills #2
hyperbola when the lesson well. lesson well. lesson well. lesson well.
principal axis is the y-axis.
Teacher presents examples Teacher presents examples Teacher presents more Teacher presents examples Teacher presents examples
F. Developing Mastery
for better understanding. for better understanding. examples for better for better understanding. for better understanding.
(Leads to Formative Assessment)
understanding.
G. Finding practical applications of
concepts and skills in daily living
Encourage the students to Encourage the students to Encourage the students to Encourage the students to Encourage the students to
H. Making generalizations and form the generalizations. form the generalizations. form the generalizations. form the generalizations. form the generalizations.
abstractions about the lesson Refer to the mathematical Refer to the mathematical Refer to the mathematical Refer to the mathematical Refer to the mathematical
concepts presented. concepts presented. concepts presented. concepts presented. concepts presented.
Teacher distributes the Teacher distributes the Teacher distributes the Teacher distributes the Teacher distributes the
I. Evaluating learning
worksheet. worksheet. worksheet. worksheet. worksheet.
J. Additional activities for application Teacher gives more Teacher gives more Teacher gives more Teacher gives more Teacher gives more
or remediation exercises for mastery. exercises for mastery. exercises for mastery. exercises for mastery. exercises for mastery.
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 students who continue to
require
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?