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CALBAYOG CITY NATIONAL HIGH

GENERAL School SCHOOL Grade level GRADE 11 - HUMSS A


MATHEMATICS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Learning
DAILY Teacher ENGR. CESAR M. DEL ROSARIO JR. GENERAL MATHEMATICS
Area
LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and OCTOBER 3-7, 2016, 8:15-9:15 AM
Quarter FIRST
Time Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday

I. OBJECTIVES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of simple and compound interests, and simple and general
annuities.
B. Performance The learner is able to investigate, analyze and solve problems involving simple and compound interests and simple and
Standards general annuities using appropriate business and financial instruments.
C. Learning
Competencies/ Objectives At the end of the At the end of the At the end of the
lesson, the learner lesson, the learner will lesson, the learner will
will be able to be able to solve be able to solve
(Write the LC Code for compute interest, problems involving problems involving
maturity value, compound interest compound interest
each) future value, and when compound when compound
present value, and interest is computed interest is computed
solve problems more than once a more than once a year.
involving compound year.
interest when
compound interest
is computed more
than once a year.

M11GM-II-a-b-1-a
and b-2-a
M11GM-II-a-b-1-b and b-
M11GM-II-a-b-1-b and 2-b
b-2-b

Basic Business Basic Business Basic Business


II. CONTENT Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
(Lesson 26) (Lesson 27) (Lesson 27)
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages General General Mathematics General Mathematics
Mathematics TG: TG: TG:
pp. 167-177 pp. 177-187 pp. 177-187
2. Learners Materials General General Mathematics General Mathematics
pages Mathematics LM: LM: LM:
pp. 150-157 pp. 157-168 pp. 157-168
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning www.analyzemath.c www.analyzemath.co www.analyzemath.com www.analyzemath.co
Resources om m www.algebra.com m
www.algebra.com www.algebra.com www.algebra.com
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Review the concepts Review the concepts
lesson or presenting the discussed last discussed last meeting
new lesson Compounding More meeting
Than Once a Year Finding Interest Rate
Finding Interest Rate and Time in Compound
and Time in Interest
Compound Interest
B. Establishing a purpose -Compounding more -Interest and time in -Interest and time in
for the lesson than once a year compound interest compound interest
-Finding maturity -Equivalent interest -Equivalent interest
value, interest, and rate rate
present value when
compound interest
is computed more
than a year
C. Presenting examples/ Example 1: Example 1: Example 1:
instances
Given a principal of P How long will it take How long will it take
10000, which of the P3,000 to accumulate to P3,000 to accumulate to
following options will P3,500 in a bank savings P3,500 in a bank savings
yield greater interest account account
after 5 years: at 0.25% compounded at 0.25% compounded
monthly? monthly?
Option A: Earn an
annual interest rate of
2% at the end of the
year or
Option B: Earn an
annual interest rate of
2% in two portions
1% after 6 months,
and 1% after another
6 months?

D. Discussing new 1. Use logarithms to 1. Use logarithms to solve


solve unknowns that unknowns that appear in
concepts and practicing
appear in the exponent.
new skills #1 (Activity on page on the exponent. 2. The value of n, which
page 167) 2. The value of n, which refers to the number of
refers to the number of periods, should be a whole
periods, should be a number. Thus, we will use
whole number. Thus, we n = 5 rather than n =
will use n = 5 rather 4:503 to compute for t.
than n = 4:503 to
compute for t.
E. Discussing new Concepts (Definition of Concepts (Definition of Concepts (Definition of
Terms): Terms): Terms):
concepts and practicing
new skills #2 a)Interest period time (1) Equivalent rates - two (1) Equivalent rates - two
between successive annual rates with different annual rates with different
conversions of interest conversion periods that will conversion periods that will
earn the earn the
b)frequency of same compound amount at same compound amount at
conversion(m) no. of the end of a given number the end of a given number of
conversion periods in one of years. years.
year
(2) Nominal rate - annual (2) Nominal rate - annual
m
i interest rate (may be interest rate (may be
c)nominal rate ( -
compounded more than compounded more than once
annual rate of interest once a year). a year).

d)rate (j) of interest for (3) Effective rate - the rate (3) Effective rate - the rate
each conversion period compounded annually that compounded annually that
will give the same will give the same compound
compound amount amount
as a given nominal rate; as a given nominal rate;
j= i m /m denoted by i^(1). denoted by i^(1).
(Problems at pages
172 to 174)
F. Developing mastery Problem 1: Problem 1:
At what interest rate At what interest rate
(Leads to Formative
compounded quarterly will compounded quarterly will
Assessment 2) money double itself in 10 money double itself in 10
(Seatwork in pages years? Ans.: 7% years? Ans.: 7%
175 to 176)
Problem 2: Problem 2:
What effective rate is What effective rate is
equivalent to 10% equivalent to 10%
compounded quarterly? compounded quarterly?
Ans.: Ans.:
10.38% 10.38%
G. Finding practical Tell the students that Tell the students that
applications of concepts investors are also investors are also
and skills in daily living interested to know the interested to know the
interest rate before interest rate before
investing a certain investing a certain
amount. amount.
H. Making generalizations
Simplify the concepts Simplify the concepts Simplify the concepts
and abstractions about
discussed discussed discussed
the lesson
I. Evaluating learning
J. Additional activities for
(Seatwork in pages 185 (Seatwork in pages 185 to
application
to 186) 186)
INDUCTION NO SCHEDULE/MATH QUIZ
V. REMARKS
INDUCTION INDUCTION
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation.
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for remediation
who scored below
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?

Prepared by: Checked by:

Cesar M. del Rosario, CE Calick D. Arrieta, PhD


SHS T-1 School Principal I