63MATHEMATICS 2Quarter 3 Week 4 Day 1I.OBJECTIVESA. ContentStandardsThe learner demonstrates understanding of unit fractionsB. PerformanceStandardsThe learner is able to recognize and represent unit fractions invarious forms and contexts.C. LearningCompetenciesThe learner visualizes, represents and identifies unit fractions withdenominators of 10 and below.M2NS–IIId–72.2II. CONTENTVisualizing and Identifying Unit FractionsIII. LEARNINGRESOURCESReferencesK-12 CGp. 241.Teacher’s Guidepages126–1282.Learner’sManual pages231–2353. Textbookspages188–1904. AdditionalMaterials fromLRMDSLesson Guide in Elem. Math Grade 2 2005pp. 230-239Mathematics Kagamitang Mag-aaral Grade 2 2013 pp. 188-1905. Other LearningResourcespictures, activity cards, Illustrations of halves and fourths color,cutouts, show me board6. ValueTeamwork / CooperationIV. PROCEDURESA. ReviewPreliminary Activity1. Review Game: Shoot the BallThe pupils will grouped and form a line. The teacher will givethe review questions and the pupil who got the correct answerwill have the chance to shoot the ball.Possible answerPossible answer30 ÷ 10 = ___ (3)24 ÷ 6 = ___ (4)18 ÷ 3 = ___ (6)35 ÷ 7 = ___ (5)72 ÷ 9 = ___ (8)20 ÷ 5 = ___ (4)50 ÷ 5 = ___ (10)42 ÷ 7 = ___ (6)2. MotivationShow a picture in the classClass look at this picture.Possibleanswer-What are they celebrating?-birthday-What did their parents buy?-cakeB. Presentation ofthe LessonNow I’m going to read a story.Mika and Miko are twin. They are celebrating theirbirthday party with their parents and relatives. Their parentsbought a cake for each of them. Their mother divided the cakes.

64Mika’s cake was divided into threeequal parts and Miko’s cakewas divided into five equal parts. Mika ate one part of her cakeand Miko also ate one part of his cake. And they shaded theremaining cake to their visitors.Ask the pupils of the following questions:Possibleanswer1. Who are the twins?Mika and Miko2. What are they celebratingbirthday3. What did their parents buy?cake4. Into how many parts did Mika’s cake was divided?35. Into how many parts did Miko’s cake was divided?56.How many parts of the cake did Mika and Miko eat?17. How did mother divide Mika and Miko’s cake?Mother dividedMikaand Miko’scake equally.MikaMiko1315-Explain to the pupils that when a whole is divided into sixequal parts of equal sizes, we call each part one-third. Writeone-third in word and in symbols on the board.-Class, 3 & 5 below the bar tells the number of equal parts ofthe whole has been divided and this is called denominatorwhile the one tells the part being considered and it is alsocalled numerator.11-numerator35-dinominatorI have here a set of pencilsPossible answer-How many pencils are there in the set?(8)-How many pencils are encircled?(2)-How many subsets of 2 pencils can we form?(4)-What part of the whole set is one subset?(1)-How do you write it in symbols?(14)C. Development ofthe Lesson-The Teacher will ask the learners to set standards for thegroup activity.

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