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D.Application (By Group)Let the students compare the interests gained in the two investments.
IV.EvaluationApplication serves as an evaluation.V.Assignment / Enrichment (as needed)Let the students generalize the procedures in finding simple and compoundinterests. Allow them to express these generalizations using formulas.Reflection:A.No. of learners achieve 80%: _____B.No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation: ______C.Did the remedial lessons work? ______D.No. of learners who have caught up the lesson: _____E.No. of learners who continue to require remediation: ______F.Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work? ______G.What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor help me solve? __
H.What innovation or localized materials did I used/discover which I wish to share withother teacher? _____Writer: Adolf O. OdaniLourdes ISLesson Plan in General MathematicsContent Standard: The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of simple andcompound interests, and simple and general annuities.Performance Standard: The learner is able to investigate, analyse and solve problemsinvolving simple and compound interests and simple and general annuities using appropriatebusiness and financial instruments.Learning Competency and Code:Computes interest, maturity value, future value, and present value in simple interest andcompound interest environment. M11GM-IIa-b-1
Solves problems involving simple and compound interest. M11GM-IIb-2Quarter: 2ndWeek: 1Day: 2I.Objectives:At the end of 60 minutes, 80% of the learners are expected to:4.compute the simple interest using the formula;5.find the unknown principal, rate, time and maturity value of simple interest;and6.solve real-lifeproblems involving interest.II.Content:Subject Matter: Simple InterestIntegration:Values Education: CooperationStrategies: Cooperative Learning, Problem Posing,Materials: PowerPoint presentation, ChalkboardReferences: General Mathematics Teacher’s Guide (162-166)General Mathematics Learner’s Guide (137 – 139)III.Learning Tasks: (Depends on the Strategy used)MotivationBefore the session starts a class prayer is being offered after which the classbeadle will check the attendance.Let the students recall from the previous lesson on how to find the interest andmaturity value of an amount, earning simple interest. Allow students to present theirgeneralizations or formulas.Let them read the objectives for the day.

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