Slide 1: OBJECTIVES:
A. define geometric shapes
B. differentiate geometric figures
C. draw geometric figures
D. locate geometric figures in a given illustration
E. show commitment in doing one’s work
Mindbender: : Mindbender: How many triangles are there in figure? Answer: 7
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 3 x 6= 18
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 6= 48
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 7 x 8= 56
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 8 = 64
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 9= 72
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 12 x 6= 72
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 13 x 5= 65
Do you know who designs building?Who among you would like to be an architect someday?What should you do to achieve your dreams? : Do you know who designs building?Who among you would like to be an architect someday?What should you do to achieve your dreams?
Slide 11: GEOMETRY (Ancient Greek: ?e?µet??a; geo = earth, metria = measure) is a part of mathematics concerned with questions of size, shape, and relative position of figures and with properties of space.
Familiar! : Familiar! point
line
line segment/ segment
ray
angle
What are the different geometric figures ? : What are the different geometric figures ?
Slide 14: SW:
Do Drill on p. 256 # 1, 5, 8, and 10.
JOURNAL : JOURNAL What is the importance of geometry in our lives?
DAY 3 : DAY 3
Slide 17: OBJECTIVES:
A. define geometric shapes
B. differentiate geometric figures
C. draw geometric figures
D. locate geometric figures in a given illustration
E. show commitment in doing one’s work
Mindbender: : Mindbender: Read:
BEND
DRAW
DRAW
DRAW Answer: Bend over backwards
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 4= 32
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 3 x 9= 27
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 9= 72
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 7 x 5= 35
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 12 x 3= 36
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 8 = 64
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 11 x 8= 88
Who am I? : Who am I?
Try this! : Try this! Tip of a needle
Beam of light
Hands of a clock
Long string line
Edge of a toy block
Slide 28: Name the following:
point
ray Angle
Line line segment
What are the different geometric figures? What are their symbols? : What are the different geometric figures? What are their symbols?
Slide 30: Look at the figure and identify the following
4 points
3 segments
2 rays
2 angles
2 lines Seatwork:
Slide 31: Describe each of the geometric figures.
Homework: : Homework: Convert the following:
a. 12 L ___ml
b. 2 500 ml ___ L
c. 6 ½ L ____ ml
d. 4000 ml ____ L
e. 15 000 ml ___ L
DAY 4 : DAY 4
Slide 34: OBJECTIVES:
A. Follow the rules in converting linear measures.
B. Convert units of linear measures from big units to small units and vice versa.
C. Give ways on how to show your love to others.
Mindbender: : Mindbender: There was an airplane crash. Every single person died but 2 people survived. How is this possible? Answer: They were married
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 2 x 9= 18
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 6= 48
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 7 x 7= 49
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 8 = 64
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 9= 72
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 12 x 2= 24
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 10 x 6= 60
The Love of Jesus : The Love of Jesus Describe the love of Jesus for us. How do you show love for others?
Say something! : Say something! Identify the things that can be measured from the song.
Tell the units appropriate for each object that were mentioned in the song.
Try this! : Try this! Convert the following:
a. 5m = ______ cm
b. 24 m = _____ cm
c. 10 km ______ m
How do we convert larger units to smaller units and vice versa? : How do we convert larger units to smaller units and vice versa?
Slide 47: Do Drill # 4, 9, 12 and 19 on p. 297.
Slide 48: What operations do we use in converting units of measurement?
Homework: : Homework: Convert the following:
1. 6 m = ____ cm
2. 23 m = ___ cm
3. 8 500 m = ____km
4. 7000 m = ____ km
5. 5 ½ km =____ m
DAY 5 : DAY 5
Slide 51: OBJECTIVES:
A. Follow the rules in converting linear measures.
B. Convert units of linear measures from big units to small units and vice versa.
C. Give ways on how to show your love to others.
Brainteaser: : Brainteaser: Find the sum of the following in meters:
800 cm, 19 m, and 5 500 km Answer: 55 027 m
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 3 x 9= 27
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 4= 32
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 7 x 5= 35
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 8 = 64
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 8 x 9= 72
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 12 x 3= 36
MentalComputation : MentalComputation 11 x 8= 88
Many years ago, standard units of measurement haven’t been invented yet. A group of scientists were asked to work on a system of measurement that would be more exact. The distance from the North Pole to the equator was divided into 10 million parts and the scientists named each unit of lengths as METER. : Many years ago, standard units of measurement haven’t been invented yet. A group of scientists were asked to work on a system of measurement that would be more exact. The distance from the North Pole to the equator was divided into 10 million parts and the scientists named each unit of lengths as METER. TRIVIA:
How do we convert m to cm and km to m. : How do we convert m to cm and km to m. What do you think are we supposed to do to convert km to cm?
Try this! : Try this! Convert the following:
a. 5km = ______ cm
b. 24 km = _____ cm
c. 10 km ______ cm
How do we convert km to cm, and cm to km? : How do we convert km to cm, and cm to km? To convert from larger units to smaller units, multiply.
• To convert from smaller units to larger units, divide.
Slide 64: Convert the following:
a. 9km =____cm
b. 10 ½ km = ____ cm
c. 300 000 cm = ___ km
d. 34 km = _____ cm Seatwork:
Slide 65: What are the different ways by which we can convert km to cm and vice versa?
Homework: : Homework: DO IM Prob. Solving on p. 297