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School 11
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Level
DAILY Learning Statistics and
Teacher EMMA B. MALANA
LESSON Area Probability
LOG Teaching 3rd Quarter/
November 26, 2019 Quarter
Dates 2nd Sem

## 1. Calculates and interprets the mean and the

variance of a discrete random variable.
I
OBJECTIVES 2. Solves problems involving mean and variance
of probability distributions.

## The learner demonstrates understanding of key

A Content Standards concepts of random variables and probability
distributions.

## The learner is able to apply an appropriate

B Performance Standards
random variable for a given real life problem.
M11/12SP-IIIb-2;3
C Learning Competencies M11/12SP-IIIb-4

II CONTENT
Distributions

## III Learning Resources

A References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
Fundamentals of Probability and Statistics for
3. Textbook pages Engineers- T.T. Soong/ Probability and
Statistics by Brenda Meery
Learning Resource (LR)portal
https://www.slideshare.net/search/slideshow
CABT Statistics & Probability – Grade 11
B Other Learning Resource
Lecture Presentation
IV PROCEDURE
Continuation of discussion on random variables
and probability Integration:
Discussion/Solving probability of random Applying knowledge of
variables content within and
Discussion of mean/variance across curriculum
teaching areas by
integrating Sports:
https://www.ck12.org/probability/discrete-random- Student Exploration
Reviewing previous lesson or and
A variables/rwa/Tree-Diagram/
presenting the new lesson Extension
Investigation
 Which sports outcomes can be represented
with discrete random variables? How can
you use a tree diagram to represent the
possible outcomes?

##  Many situations cannot be represented by

a discrete random variable

## Group sharing of ideas on probability

Establishing a purpose for distributions Group colloquy
B the lesson https://studiousguy.com/8-real-life-examples-of-
probability/

## Sample problems/ Board exercises

Presenting https://www.futureaccountant.com/theory-of-
C examples/Instances of the
new lesson
expectation-random-variable/problems-
solutions/probability-distribution-mean-
variance.php#.XkPEh2gzbIU
Discussing new concepts and Cooperative learning
D practicing new skills # 1
and group activity as a
teaching strategies to
Discussing new concepts and enhance learners’
E practicing new skills # 2
Group work exercises and discussion
achievement in literacy
and numeracy.
Developing mastery (leads to Seatwork/Worksheets/Board Activity
F Formative Assessment 3)
G
Analyzing Professional Athletes’ Salaries using Sharing ideas and
Variance and Standard Deviation, solve for the insights to develop
Finding practical application mean. critical and creative
of concepts and skills in daily thinking, as well as
living other higher order
https://www.slideshare.net/EngrHabiburRehmanCh thinking skills.
a/applications-of-random-variable

## Variables could be classified as qualitative or

quantitative, and the latter could be further
classified as discrete or continuous.

## The variance is never negative because the

squares are always positive or zero. The unit of
variance is the square of the unit of
observation.

## When dealing with the complete population the

Making generalizations and
(population) standard deviation is a constant, a
parameter which helps to describe the
population. When dealing with a sample from
the population the (sample) standard deviation
varies from sample to sample.

## The mean and the standard deviation of a set of

data are usually reported together. In a certain
sense, the standard deviation is a natural
measure of statistical dispersion if the center of
the data is measured about the mean.
An assessment
strategy that would
incorporate intra-and
I Evaluating learning
Individual Think Time!
interdisciplinary
Board Activity/Worksheets
content in the
Some activities/ problems will be given as an Answering assignment:
assignment/ take-home quiz. Quizlet (Online)
Additional activities for Quizlet (Online) Utilizing the ICT to
J application or remediation
discrete-random-variables-flash-cards/ learning goals

V
REMARKS
VI REFLECTION
No. of learners who earned 80%
A in the evaluation
No. of learners who require
B remediation who scored below
80%
Did the remedial lessons work?
C No. of learners who have caught
up with the lesson
No. of learners who continue to
D require remediation
Which of my teaching strategies
E worked well? Why did these
work?
What difficulties did I encounter
F which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
G which I wish to share with other
teachers?

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