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Pre-service Teacher: KELVIN MARK S. DONGUINES Mentor: PERCIL VELONTA

LESSON PLAN in MATHEMATICS
Grade 9

I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Within the one-hour period, the students are expected to do the following with at least 80% level of accuracy: A. describe a rectangular prism; B. identify the different dimensions of a rectangular prism; C. make use of the formula V = L x W x H in finding the volume of a rectangular prism; D. solve for the volume of a given rectangular prism; and E. perform unity in group discussion.

II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Volume of a Rectangular Prism B. Reference: Geometry III page 34
Mathematics for a Better Life page 236-237 C. Materials: jigsaw puzzle, rectangular prisms, cartolina, manila paper, marker, chalk and blackboard

III. PROCEDURE Teacher’s Activity | Students’ Activity | A. Routinary Activities 1. Prayer * Okay everyone let us pray. 2. Greeting * Good morning class! * Kindly arrange your seats and pick up pieces of garbage around. 3. Attendance * Miss Secretary, is there anyone absent today? | * Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name; Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. * Good morning sir. * (Students pick up pieces of trash around them.) * None sir. | B. Preparatory Activities 4. Checking of Assignments * By the way class, I had given you an assignment right? * Bring out your assignments and exchange them with your seatmates. * Anyone of you who can solve for the volume of the cube in your assignment on the board? * Very good! Please explain your work. * Good job! Let’s give him/her a round of applause! 5. Review * Class, we’ve tackled yesterday about the volume of a cube. Who can tell me again the formula in finding the volume of a cube? * Very good! * I have a cube here. Its side is equal to 5 cm. What would be its volume? Anyone of you who can solve for its volume on the board? * Very good! 6. Motivation * Class, have you ever played a jigsaw puzzle? * Ok, I have 3 sets of jigsaw puzzle here. Each group will be given one set of it. Form the puzzle as fast as you can. The fastest who can form the puzzle and post it on the board is the winner of the game. The winner will receive an additional 5 points in our activity later. * Setting of Standard(Remember that you should work as a team. The noisy groups will be disqualified from our game.) * (After two minutes, declare the winner.) * What kind of spatial figure you have formed? * Very good! And that is our lesson for today. | * Yes sir! * (Students exchange their notebooks.) * (Selected student solves for the volume of the given cube.) * V = S x S x SV = 4 cm x 4 cm x 4 cmV = 16 cm2 x 4 cmV = 64 cm3 * (Student explains his/her work.) * (The class claps their hands.) * V = S x S x S * (Selected student solves for the volume of the cube.) * V = S x S x SV = 5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cmV = 25 cm2 x 5 cmV = 125 cm3 * Yes sir! * A rectangular prism sir! | C. Lesson Development 7. Presentation * What can you say about this rectangular prism? * Very good! And what are those dimensions? * Very good! * (Refer to the jigsaw puzzle.) Anyone of you who can point out which is the length of the figure? How about the width? How about the height? * Well done. Therefore class, we have identified the different dimensions of the rectangular prism and these are the length, width and the height. What do you think now is the formula in getting the volume of a rectangular prism? * Very good! I have here a rectangular prism. Its length is equal to 11 cm, its width is equal to 4 cm and its height is equal to 3 cm. What would be its volume? Let’s try to get the volume of this rectangular prism using the formula you had given and using the given value. * Okay, so what are the given values? Give one. * Very good! So we have now the following given:L= 7cmW= 5cmH= 3cm * Let us now apply the formula you identify a while ago. What is the formula again? * Very good! And that is the first step right? * Ok. After identifying the formula to use in getting the volume of a rectangular prism, what would be the next step? * Let us now substitute the given values on the formula. * Very good! And after substituting the given values, what would be the next step? * And what is the operation? * Very good! So 11 cm x 4 cm is equal to? * And 44 cm2 x 3 cm is equal to? * Very good! Therefore, the volume of this rectangular prism is 132 cubic centimeters. 8. Generalization * So now class, what are the three dimensions of a rectangular prism? * How do we get the volume of a rectangular prism? * Very good! 9. Application * Find the volume of the following rectangular prisms. Fill in the box below the corresponding letter of your correct answers to reveal the hidden word. Write your complete solution on the Manila paper. Post your work on the board. The fastest group who will post their work on the board and will complete the hidden word within the allotted time will have the chance to explain their work on the front and will get additional points in our group activity tomorrow. * Standards: * You should work as a team. * Show your complete Solution on the Manila paper and post it on the board. * The noisy group/s will be disqualified to our game. 1. 3 cm 8 cm 4 cm 2. 9 cm 10 cm 8 cm 3. 5 cm 7 cm 6 cm 4. 5 cm 10 cm 2 cm 5. 1 cm 3 cm 2 cmY – 6 cm3
N – 720 cm3
T – 100 cm3
U – 96 cm3
I – 210 cm3

* Values- How does unity help you in your group activity? | * The rectangular prism has three dimensions. * (Each selected students give one of the three dimensions.) 2. Length 3. Width 4. Height * (Selected pupils will point out the three dimensions on the Rectangular Prism in the jigsaw Puzzle) * The formula in getting the volume of a rectangular prism is V = L x W x H. * The given values are L = 11 cm, W = 4 cm, and H = 3 cm. * The formula is V = L x W x H. * Yes sir. * The next step is to substitute the given values. * We have V = 11 cm x 4 cm x 3 cm. * The next step is to perform the indicated operation. * The operation used is multiplication sir. * 44 cm2. * 132 cm3. * The three dimensions of a rectangular prism are the length, width, and height. * We get the volume of a rectangular prism by using the formula V = L x W x H. * Students follow the instructions. * Students follow the standards in cooperative learning. * Answers:1. V = 96 cm3 [U]2. V = 720 cm3 [N]3. V = 210 cm3 [I]4. V = 100 cm3 [T]5. V = 6 cm3 [Y] * The word formed is UNITY. * Unity provides cooperation and teamwork within the group. |

IV. EVALUATION Identify the following given and find the volume of the following rectangular prism.

1. 2. 3 cm

4 cm 5 cm

3. 10 cm

5 cm 20 cm

4. 8 cm

3 cm 6 cm

5. 4 cm

9 cm 7 cm

6. 8 cm

11 cm 13 cm

V. ASSIGNMENT
Solve for the volumes of the following rectangular prisms.

1. 2. 1 cm

3 cm 6 cm

3. 8 cm

7 cm 10 cm

4. 2 cm

6 cm 9 cm

5.

3 cm

5 cm 4 cm

6. 8 cm

7 cm 10 cm

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