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School: Grade Level: VI

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: Learning Area: MATHEMATICS


DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: MARCH 4 – 8, 2019 (WEEK 8) Quarter: 4TH QUARTER

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of pie graphs and experimental probability.
B. Performance Standards The learner is able to create and interpret representations of data (tables and pie graphs) and apply experimental probability in mathematical problems and real-life situations
C. Learning Competencies/ quantifies the phrases “most likely to happen” and “unlikely to performs experiments and records outcomes
Objectives happen”. M6SP-IVh-21
M6SP-IVh-20 Weekly Test

II. CONTENT Quantifying the phrases “most likely to happen” and likely to Performing experiments and records outcomes
happen”.
LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guides
2. Learner’s Material pages
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Reference from
Learning Resource

B. Other Learning Resources

Workbook in Math 6 p 145 Workbook in Math 6 p 146


Number Smart 6 pp 566-575 Number Smart 6 pp 566-575

III. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or What is a probability? What is your observation of the What is the probability of an
presenting the new lesson weather today? Why do you say impossible event?
so?
B. Establishing a purpose for the Show pictures of children Show 2 dice to the pupils. Ask, Rolling a die, what is the probability Rolling a die, what is the probability
lesson playing outside the house. What is the probability that two that 7 come out? that 9 come out?
dice marked 1-6 are rolled, the
result will be two 4s?
C. Presenting Read the story/situation: Let them discover the results of It is zero (0) because there’s no side What is your answer? Why do you say
examples/instances of the One sunny day. The sisters rolling two dice. with a number 7. so?
new lesson Hanna and Charmagne were Can you cite other instances and
playing happily outside. make a prediction?
Hanna asked her sister about
the probability that it would
rain. How should Charmagne
answer her sister’s question?
D. Discussing new concepts and Event (A) is most likely to Use a numbers below to find the If you toss two dice at the same Activity 1:
practicing new skill #1 happen. We can say the number of possible outcome for time there will be 36 possible You select a marble without looking
chance of event (A) is high. each event. outcomes on the top faces of the and then put it back. If you do this 8
Event (B) is unlikely to two dice. times, what is the best prediction
happen. We can say the One two three four 1. Complete the table and answer possible for the number of times you
chance of event (B) is low. the questions that follow. will pick a marble that is not blue?
1, 2, 3, 5,
Rain is unlikely tonight. Five six seven eight 1 1 1 1
The probability of rain 1, 4, 6,
tomorrow is 50%. (1/2) Nine ten 2 2 2
Rain is uncertain tom0orrow, 1, 2, 3, 5,
that is, it may or may not rain 1. Pick a number whose name has 3 3 3 3
tomorrow. 4 letters. 1, 4, 6,
The probability of rain 2. Pick a number whose name has 4 4 4
tomorrow is 90%. (9/10) 5 letters. 1, 2, 6,
Rain is likely to come 3. Pick a number whose value 5 5 5
tomorrow night. equals the number of letters in its 1, 3, 4,
You notice that 90% is closer name. 6 6 6
to 100%, that is rain is likely
to happen. 2. How many of the outcomes in
the table add up to an odd
Study some examples on page number?___
335 of textbook, under 3. What is the probability of getting
Example 1. both odd numbers on the top
Original File Submitted and faces? _____
Formatted by DepEd Club 4. What is the probability of getting
Member - visit 1. ______
depedclub.com for more 5. What is the probability of getting
12?____
E. Discussing new concepts and Work by Pair: Directions: Which of the following Directions: Study the illustration Activity 2:
practicing new skill #2 Solve: situations can be considered as below then answer the following You select a marble without
1. It was observed in EDSA unlikely to happen, likely to questions that follow. looking and then put it back. If you do
that 28 cars, 25 buses and 17 happen, equally likely to happen, this 9 times, what is the best
trucks passed a certain point impossible to happen, or certain to prediction possible for the number of
on the road per hour. What is happen? Write your answer on the times you will pick a marble that is
the probability that: blank before each number. not brown?
a. the next vehicle to pass
the street is a car? ____ ______ 1. When one is lying
b. the next vehicle to pass down, he is sleeping.
the street is a bus? ____ ______ 2. When the clouds are
c. the next is not a car?____ dark, it will rain.
______ 3. If you eat plenty of JAR WITH MARBLES
food, you are healthy.
______ 4. A butterfly can fly. 1. What is the probability of
______ 5. All mountains have picking a yellow marble?
forest. 2. What is the probability of
_____ picking a red marble?
3. What is the probability of
picking a blue marble?
4. What is the probability of
picking a yellow and red marble?
5. What is the probability of
picking a blue and red marble?
6. What is the probability of
picking a yellow and blue marble?
F. Developing mastery (Leads to Pair Share: Pair Share: Group Activity: Perform the Group Activity: Perform the activity
Formative Assessment) Two dice marked 1-6 are Toni makes a guess which day on activity and record the result. and record the result.
rolled. Compute for the September is Alex’s birthday. Toni You want to find the probability of
probability that the result will knows that Alex’s birthday does The numbers 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 are getting a “head”. You tossed a fair
be a sum of 6. not fall on an odd numbered day. shown as dots on the six faces of a coin 20 times and record the result on
What is the probability that Toni die. If two dice are rolled, find the the table.
will guess the correct day on her probabilities.
first try? Outco Tallies No. of
Example: What is the probability of mes Times
getting the sum of 6? Obtain
Solution: ed
P(6)= (1,5),(5,1),(4,2),(2,4),(3,3) =5 Head
1. P (sum of 4) ____ Tail
2. P (sum of 7) ____
3. P (sum of 2) ____ a. What is the theoretical probability
4. P (sum of 5) ____ of getting a “head”?
5. P (sum of 9) ____ b. What is the experimental
6. P (sum of 12) ___
7. P (sum of 13) ___ probability of getting a “head”?
8. P (sum of 3) ____
9. P (sum of 10) ___
10. P (sum of 1) ___
G. Finding practical applications Out of 40 pupils of Section Use the information from the A basket contains 5 chicos, 3 atis, 4 Refer to ,
of concepts and skills in daily Jade of Narra Pilot School, spinner to solve the problems. Use mangoes and 6 avocados. If only
living 75% of the pupils are passing certain, likely, equally likely one fruit, is drawn from the basket, APPENDIX -A
the exam. What is the somewhat likely, or impossible for find the probability of the Investigating Experimental
probability of pupils failing your answer. following; Probability
the exam? How many are 1st 2nd 3rd 1. P (chicos) ___
failing? 2. P (atis) ____ (separate sheet)
3. P (not mangoes) ___
4. P (chicos or mangoes) __ A
5. P (mangoes) ____ C
Spinner spinner spinner T
I
1. What is the chance of landing on V
an odd number on 2nd spinner? I
2.What is the probability of landing T
on an odd on the 3rd spinner? Y
3. Is it like, unlikely or equally likely
to land on an even number on the 1
first spin? :
4. Lara added a 3 and 9 to the 3rd O
spinner. What is the probability d
now of landing on an odd number? d
5. Luis removed 1,3 and 11 from
the 1st spinner. What is the o
probability now of landing on an r
even number? E
v
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H. Making generalizations and How do you quantify phrases Probability is a measure of the How will you perform the How will you perform the
abstractions about the lesson “most likely to happen” and likelihood that a certain event will experimental probability? experimental probability?
“unlikely to happen”? occur. It can be expressed as a Do we need to record the Do we need to record the outcomes?
number from 0 to 1. outcomes?
I. Evaluating learning Solve: Solve: Directions: Study the illustration Roll a die 5 times then record the
In one bookstore, a saleslady A catalog store has 6% of its below then answer the following result on the sheet.
sold 125 notebooks, 150 orders returned for a refund. The questions that follow.
pencils, and 120 pad papers. owner predicts that a new candle
Compute for the probability will have 812 returns out of the
that she will sell a pencil, and 16,824 sold. Do you agree with this
the probability that the next prediction? Explain.
item she will sell is not a
pencil. ______,_______.

THE CHIPS ARE PLACED IN A JAR


AND MIXED
1. What is the probability of
picking a chip with an even
number?
2. What is the probability of
picking a chip with an odd number?

3. What is the probability of


picking a chip with the biggest
number?
4. What is the probability of
picking a chip with the smallest
number?
5. What is the probability of
picking a chip with a prime
number?

J. Additional activities for


application or remediation

IV. REMARKS
V. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson
D. No. of learners who continue
to require remediation

E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my principal
or supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?