# COT DLP MATHEMATICS 6 BY TEACHER FILPA D. ARO ```DETAILED LESSON PLAN
DLP No.: 9
Learning Area: Math
Grade Level: 6 Quarter: 4 Duration: 50min
Learning
Code: M6ME-IVd-100
ies:
Key
Concepts /
1. Always read all the dials from right to left, starting from Dial E to Dial A.
Understandi
2. Read the number of the pointer of the dial. When the pointer is between two numbers,
ngs to be
the lower number is recorded
Developed:
3. If the pointer appears to be exactly on a number, check the dial to the right to find out
 If the dial on the right has passed zero, then use the number the pointer is pointing on the
 If the dial has passed zero, then make use of the smaller number, then make use of thee
smaller number of the dial you are reading
1. Start reading from right tp left (clockwise). Read the number by the pointer of the dial.
When the pointer is between two numbers, the lower number is recorded.
2. When the pointer is directly on the number, look at the dial to the right. If it passed zero,
use the next higher number. If the dial has not passed zero, use the lower number.
3. Record the numbers from right to left.
1.Objectives
Knowledge
Skills
Records the reading shown by the dials of electric meter and water meter
Attitudes
Wise use of electricity and water
Values
Energy and water conservation
2. Content
3.
Learning
Resources
/Materials/
Equipment
4. Procedures
4.1
Introductory
Activity
5 minutes
4.2
Presentation
5 minutes
Lesson Guide in Elementary Mathematics Grade 6 pp406-411
Model of electric meter, and drawing of water meter
LED TV for power point presentation
(indicate the steps you will undertake to teach the lesson and indicate the no. of minutes each
step will consume)
1. Drill
Mental computation: Give me number that is
a. One more than 9
b. One more than 99
c. One more than 999
What happens to 9 when you add 1?
2. Review
1. Review on place value and the relation on each digit to another digit in a given number.
2. Use flash cards-Review on Subtraction
MOTIVATION
Ask the pupils the electrical appliances they have at home. Elicit from them which these
consume the most electricity.
Ask the pupils how much they pay for their monthly electric bill. Get some reactions.
How many of the pupils have faucets?
Do you think water is important? Explain.
Can you save water? How? Why is it necessary for us to save water?
Presentation:
Show the whole class a model of an electric meter and actual water meter(If available)/ model
of a water meter, then identify its parts. Illustrates how the dials move for electric meter and for
water meter. Then the pupils are asked to read the electric and water consumption as shown by the
dials. This is done several times.
4.3
Performing
the Activities
10minutes
4.4
Processing
the Activities
10 minutes
Group the pupils into two groups. Group 1 for station I and Group 2 for station 2
For Station 1 – study the table and compute the kwh used.
HOUSEHOLD
PREVIOUS
PRESENT
Kwh Used
A
4185
4912
B
7314
7512
C
3926
4182
D
6142
6389
E
6673
6816
For Station 2 – Complete the table for water consumption
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Previous
3947
8260
4681
6789
Present
3588
8296
4935
6826
Consumption
In Station 1:
Which household consume the most? The least?
Which two houses consumed almost the same kwh? What can you say about their bill?
As a member of the household, how can you lower your electric bill? Why is it important to use
electricity wisely?
In Station 2;
In what month consume the most water? Least water?
What is the average monthly consumption?
How many liter of water did they use? What is the equivalent in cubic meter?
How the dials of electric meter move? How do you read the dial of a meter?
How do you read the water meter? How do you solve for the monthly consumption?
To electric meters:
1. Always read all the dials from right to left, starting from Dial E to Dial A.
2. Read the number of the pointer of the dial. When the pointer is between two numbers, the
lower number is recorded
3. If the pointer appears to be exactly on a number, check the dial to the right to find out the
 If the dial on the right has passed zero, then use the number the pointer is pointing on the
 If the dial has passed zero, then make use of the smaller number, then make use of thee
smaller number of the dial you are reading
1. Start reading from right tp left (clockwise). Read the number by the pointer of the dial.
When the pointer is between two numbers, the lower number is recorded.
2. When the pointer is directly on the number, look at the dial to the right. If it passed zero,
use the next higher number. If the dial has not passed zero, use the lower number.
Record the numbers from right to left.
(the teacher show example of electric meter and water meter)
4.5
A. Draw a dial to show the readings and get the difference.
Application
1. 4 218
5 minutes
2. 4 732
B. Miralyn’s records of her family’s water consumption reads this way: initial reading
0031.495, January 0042.180 February , 0053.921
Answer the questions: What was the average monthly consumption of Miralyn’s family?
What is the equivalent in cubic meter?
5. Assessment
(indicate whether it is thru Observation and/ or Talking/conferencing to learners and/or
Analysis of Learner’s Products and/or Tests)
A.Give the Reading. Then give the electric consumption.
Written Test
10minutes
Meter A
Meter B
B.Write the water meter reading in m and L.
1. 0000.756
2. 0305.982
6. Assignment
(indicate whether it is for Reinforcement and/or Enrichment and/or Enhancement of the
day’s lesson or Preparation for a new lesson)
7. Wrapup/Concludi
Close the period by wrapping – up the day’s lesson.
ng Activity
2 minutes
Prepared by:
FILPA D. ARO
Teacher 1
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