DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS 1.do

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Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics I
(Using a Calendar- Months of the Year)
I.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to achieve atleast 75% proficiency
level in the following behavior:
Cognitive: Name and tell the months of the year in the right order.
Psychomotor: Trace and write the months of the year.
Affective: Show appreciation of being able to recognize months of the year.
II.
SUBJECT MATTER
Topic:
Using a Calendar- Months of the year
Prerequisite Skill: Counting and Enumerating
References: PELC Teacher’s Guide in Mathematics I
Materials: Calendar
Activity Sheets
Flash card
Pocket Chart
Teaching Approach: Collaborative, Interactive and Constructive Approach
Subject Integrated: English
Values focus: Cooperation and Attentiveness
Time Frame: 90 minutes
III.
INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE
Teacher’s Activity
A. Preparatory Activities
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Song
d. Checking of Attendance
1. Review
Before we start our lesson for today, let us
review your past lesson yesterday. What have
you studied yesterday?
How many days are there in a week?
So, can you tell me what are the days of the
week?
(Write the days of the week in order and let
the pupils read them twice.)
Pupil’s Activity
 We have studied about the days of the
week.
 There are 7 days in a week.
 The days of the week are Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday.
2. Motivation
When is your birthday?
When is Christmas celebrated?
When is our town and barangay fiesta
celebrated?
(The pupils will answer the questions
and share their own experiences.)
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
I will read you a story about a Grade 1
pupil named Allan. Listen as I read the story.
After the end of classes on March, Allan
was excited because next month, he will go to
Manila to spend his vacation at his cousin’s
place. When the month of April came, he
went to Manila. There, he visits his cousin
John. John take him to the park and they also
played at the playgrounds there. They also
shop at the mall. He did not notice that it is
already the end of April and he has to go
home.
He went back home on May. He was so
excited and he can’t wait to tell his friends
what he experienced during his vacation in
Manila.
(after reading, ask the pupils)
Who was the Grade one pupil in the
story?
When did their classes ended?
What did he do after their classes ended?
When did he went to Manila?
When did he went back home?
2. Posing a Problem
In the story, Allan was excited after
classes because he will go for a vacation
next month after the end of classes. So
what month would Allan go for a
vacation?
3. Discussion
In the story, Allan’s classes ended on
March then he went to Manila on April
then stayed there for one month so he
went home on May. (write the month on
the board)
(the class will listen attentively as the
teacher reads the story)
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Allan.
March.
He went on a vacation.
He went to Manila on April
May.
(let the pupils think and solve the problem)
(the pupils summarize
sequence
emphasizing
mentioned in it)
the story in
the
months
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
 December
What other months do we have?
Can you give one?
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(Using flash cards of months and calendar
show to the class the name of months
that they give.)
How many months do we have in all?
How many months are there in a year?
Let us count.
(count together)
There are twelve months in all.
Therefore, there are twelve months in a
year.
Let us arrange the months of the year in
the right order. (Let the pupils arrange
the months in a pocket chart while asking
them specific celebrations to guide them
to arrange the months in the right order.
Ask questions which relate to their
individual experiences.)
(Show a calendar)
This is a calendar, this is where we see
the dates and months in a year. What do
we call this again? What did you observe?
How do we use a calendar?
(Read the months in the pocket chart in a
right order after arranging them.)
(Let the children observe the calendar)
(Pupils’ answers)
4. Group Activity
(Divide the class into 3 groups.)
Now class, I will group you into 3. We will
have a group activity. But first, what
should we do if we will have a group
activity? What are the standards in doing
group activity?
(let the children suggest standards. Then
post a chart with written standards then let
the children read it.)
Standards to be followed in Group Activity
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(Each group will have a set of flash cards
with the twelve months. In 10 minutes,
they will arrange the cards of months in
order.)
Read and follow the directions carefully.
Work quietly.
Cooperate with the group.
Maintain cleanliness and orderliness in
your working area.
(Each member should cooperate with the
group)
(Checking of the work of each group)
5. Generalization
There are twelve months in a year.
The first month is January.
The twelve months are January, February,
March, April, May, June, July, August,
September, October, November,
December.
6. Individual Activity
Trace the name of each month. Then
write the month again on the right side.
(Give the class an individual activity sheet)
7. Assimilation
Board work:
Write which month does each holiday
celebrated.
1. New Year’s Day
2. All Saint’s Day
3. Christmas Day
4. Good Friday
5. Independence Day
IV.
(Let the group read their work in front of
the class.)
(Guide the class in enumerating the months
of the year without looking at the calendar
or chart.)
(Pupils will do the activity)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
New Year’s Day (January)
All Saint’s Day (November)
Christmas Day (December)
Valentine’s Day (February)
Independence Day (June)
EVALUATION
Direction: Arrange the months of the year in order
by numbering it from 1 to 12.
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June
December
January
July
November
February
March
August
September
April
May
October
(answer)
___6_ June
___12_ December
___1_ January
___7_ July
___11_ November
___2_ February
___3_ March
___8_ August
___9_ September
___4_ April
___5_ May
___10_ October
V.
Assignment
Read books on months of the year. Identify how many days are there in each of the
following months.
1. January
2. February
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
10. October
11. November
12. December
Prepared by:
EVA TUMANLAO
FS Student
Noted:
MRS. CRISTINA MONTARDE
Resource Teacher
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