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  • 1. Exploring the Numbers by Number Senses and Numeration  The Vision and Mission of  Numbers in Expanded Form the University  Reading and Writing  The Goal and Objectives of Numbers College of Education  Ordinal Numbers  Forewords  Comparing Numbers  Acknowledgement  Ordering Numbers  Preface  Rounding Off Numbers  General objectives  Roman numerals  Number 1 to 1000  References  Place Value of Four-Digits  Author numbers
  • 2. The Vision and Mission of the University The Vision of the University The Mission of the University A premier university in The University shall CALABARZON, offering primarily provide advanced academic programs and related education, professional, technologi services designed to respond to cal and vocational instruction in agriculture, fisheries, forestry, scie the requirements of the nce, engineering, industrial Philippines and the global technologies, teacher economy, particularly, Asian education, medicine, law, arts and countries. sciences, information technology and other related fields. It shall also undertake research and extension services, and provide a progressive leadership in its areas of specialization. Next Slide
  • 3. The Goal and Objectives of the Education The Goal of College of Education In pursuit of College Mission, the institute of Education is committed to develop the full potentials of the individuals and equipped them with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes in the teachers’ education and the hospitality industry programs and allied fields to effectively respond to the increased demands, challenges, and opportunities of changing times for global competitiveness The Objectives of College of Education  In view of the above, the University shall strive to implement programs and projects that shall:  Transmit and disseminate knowledge and skills relevant to emerging manpower needs;  Discover and disseminate new knowledge/technology needed by a developing community;  Establish model livelihood projects that will radiate through its service area;  Enhance, preserve, and disseminate national culture and sports;  Provide the disadvantaged members of society with equal opportunities for advancement;  Produce progressive leaders, professionals, skilled, and semi-skilled manpower for national development; and  Stress the development of a well rounded personality and a strong moral character and the cultivation of virtues. Next Slide
  • 4. This Teacher’s Guide Workbook entitled “Exploring the Numbers by Number Senses and Numeration For Grade IV” is part of the requirements in Educational Technology 2 under the revised education curriculum based on CHED Memorandum Order (CMO)-30, Series of 2004. Educational Technology 2 is a three (3)-unit course designed to introduce both traditional and innovative technologies to facilitate and foster meaningful and effective learning where students are expected to demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature, application and production of the various types of educational technologies. Next Slide
  • 5. The output of the group’s effort may serve as an educational research of the institution in providing effective and quality education. The lessons and evaluations presented in this module may also function as a supplementary reference for secondary teachers and students. Next Slide
  • 6. In everything that people do, there are person/s who always behind and beside them. They are open-arms and fully-hearted to help and assist without any expecting anything rewards or exchange. That is the reason why the author grabs this opportunity to pay gratitude and be grateful to the following people to make this workbook successfully. Next Slide
  • 7. First and above all, the author wishes to express her biggest THANKS to the ALMIGHTY GOD, the constant provider and plentiful source of wisdom, for all the blessings, healthy body and mind, loving family and good friends, and for the strength to go on whenever challenge seem to weaken the author. NextSlide
  • 8. To the Dean of Bachelor of Elementary of Education: Dean Lydia R. Chavez To Mr. For-Ian Sandoval at LSPU- Siniloan Campus for his generous assistance. To my workbook consultant, Mrs. Lolita L. Beato for suggesting some information to make this workbook be successful. To Ms. Adelina O. Monteiro for guiding us in making this workbook. To Mr. Floreson Flores for teaching me when I don’t know what will I do. To Mr. Mark Dexter Reyes that does not tired for bringing our draft to meet our deadline. Next Slide
  • 9. Profound gratitude is also given to very supportive relatives namely: Nanay Flor, Nanay Lina, Nanay Fe, Mommy Alice, Tito Glor for their tireless support and inspiring encouragement. Next Slide
  • 10. Special thanks are also given to my “FLIRTY BARKADAS” namely Mamy Love, Lea, Jobel, for their help, for being my “barkadas in crime”, for all their “kakulitan”, and for their shoulder to cry on every time I am so pressured in making this workbook. And lastly, to the author family: the Placente- Royo family: Mr. Marcelino, Mrs. Yolanda, Harold, Harvey and Henry for financial and moral support, for their undying love, patience and understanding, and for always being there whenever the author need them. Thanks for always being there… Next Slide
  • 11. ` This workbook in mathematics entitled “Exploring the Numbers by Number Senses and Numeration” will help the young learners to develop their skills and knowledge that they need to know about the numbers. It is designed to develop the understanding of mathematical skills which are related to daily activities at home and in school. Mathematical concepts and skills are presented and developed through interesting lessons and exciting activities. The lessons are presented in a clear and systematic manner that involves the higher cognitive levels. Next Slide
  • 12. This workbook has the following features. Lesson Introduction that presents a discussion of the lesson. Look Back which gives the important rules and concepts discussed in each lesson. Activities that contains challenging activities that motivates the interest and enhance the learner’s ability. It is hoped that this workbook will help the learners to develop and improve their skills and understanding in mathematics. NextSlide
  • 13. Read and write numbers through thousands. Give the place value and value of each digit of up to four-digit number. Write numbers through thousands in expand form. Identify and use ordinal numbers through 30th. Compare and order numbers up to thousand. Round off numbers up to the nearest thousand. Skip count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, and 10s. Read and write Roman numerals up to L Next Slide
  • 14. Numbers 1 to 1 000 Associate numbers with 10 ones are equal to 1 sets having up to 1 000 ten. objects. 10 tens are equal to 1 hundred. Count from 1 to 1 000 10 hundreds are equal to 1 thousand. Next Slide
  • 15. Place Value of Four- Digit Numbers Every digit in a given number has its own place value. Identify the place value of Starting from the right, each digit of two-to four- the place values of four- digit numbers. digit number are the ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. Give the value of each The value of a digit digit of two-to four-digit depends on its place or numbers. position in a given number. Next Slide
  • 16. Numbers in Expanded Form Express two-to four-digit Another way of writing a numbers in expanded Hindu- Arabic number is form. using expanded form, wherein the value of the Write the standard form of digits are combined from a number expressed in left to right. expanded form. Next Slide
  • 17. Reading and Writing Numbers To write numbers in words: Give the value of each Read two-to four- digit digit starting from the numbers in symbols and in leftmost digit. words. Separate the thousand from the hundred with a Write two-to four- digit comma. numbers in symbols and in Number words, such as words. twenty-one, thirty- nine, forty-six, and so on are written with hyphen. Next Slide
  • 18. Ordinal Numbers An ordinal number is Read and write ordinal used to tell the place or numbers through 30th in position of a person or a symbols and in words. person or an object in a set. Give the positions of To write an ordinal objects in a set using number in symbols, write ordinal numbers. the numeral then append the last two letters of the ordinal. Next Slide
  • 19. Comparing Numbers Begin comparing the digits in the highest place Compare two numbers value. with up to four digits. Use these symbols to compare numbers. Use the symbols >, <, and > means “greater = in comparing numbers. than” < means “less than” = means “equal to” or “equals” Next Slide
  • 20. Ordering Numbers Arrange the set of two-to To arrange a set of four- digit numbers in numbers in ascending or ascending or descending descending order, compare order. the digits found in the same place value starting Tell the number that from the highest place comes before, between, or value. The higher the digit, after a given number or the greater the number. numbers. Next Slide
  • 21. Rounding Off Numbers Rounding off a number to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand means choosing a multiple of 10, 100, or Round off numbers to the 1 000 that is closest to nearest ten, hundred, or the given number. If the thousand. given number is exactly halfway between two multiples of 10, 100, 1 000, round off the number to the greater multiple. Next Slide
  • 22. Roman Numerals Numerals V and L are never repeated. Numerals I and X may be repeated at most three Read and write Roman times. numeral up to L (50). When a symbol with a lesser value comes before Change Roman Numerals a symbol with a greater to Hindu-Arabic value, subtract their numerals, and vice-versa. values. When a symbol with a greater value comes before a symbol with a lesser value, add their values. Next Slide
  • 23. BOOKS Tiu, Aileen, et al... Realistic Math 2. SIBS Publishing House, Inc., 2001 Abracia, Norma, et al… Mathematics For A Challenging World 3. VIBAL Publishing House, Inc., 2001 Infante- Olivare, Norma, et al… Math and Me 1. BOOKMAN Inc., 2003 Next Slide
  • 24. Author  Honeylay P. Royo is a daughter of Marcelino T. Royo and Yolanda P. Royo. She was finished her elementary in Crisanto Guysayco Memorial Elementary School (CGMES). And finished her High School in Talangan National High School (TNHS). At present she is taking up Bachelor of Elementary Education in Laguna State Polytechnic