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This is a sample of a lesson plan outline i use, that conforms to the new approach to the education practice. The contextual approach to instruction, that is a theory-binary practice.

This is a sample of a lesson plan outline i use, that conforms to the new approach to the education practice. The contextual approach to instruction, that is a theory-binary practice.

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  • Lesson Plan Outline<br />Subject: Statistics<br />Level:IV – Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, Uranus<br />Date:9-12 February 2010<br />Duration: 4 periods<br />Topic:Introduction to Elementary Statistics.<br />Teaching Strategy:Contextual Learning<br />Materials:Laptop, Blackboard, Manila paper<br />Reference Textbook: Introduction to Statistics, Third Edition (by Ronald E.Walpole)<br />Teacher: Methusael B. Cebrian<br />NCBTS Domain: Diversity of Learners, Social Regard for Learning, Community Linkages<br />Theory – Practice Binary<br />Overview:<br />Statistics is one of the most commonly encountered branch of Mathematics, used as an economic indicator, survey of popularity among the politicians, product marketing for businesses, predicting weather patterns and many more. Phenomena and other time aged questions were solved using research studies aided by statistical tools to uncover new knowledge that spurred the rise of intellectual and economic development.<br />General Performance Task:<br />The students will be able to construct a Frequency Distribution Table, solve for the Mean, Median, Mode, Variance and Standard Deviation of a grouped data and provide accurate interpretations for the results. <br />General Learning Objective:<br />The students will be able to construct a Frequency Distribution Table, solve for the Mean, Median, Mode, Variance and Standard Deviation of a grouped data and provide accurate interpretations for the results.<br />Detailed Objective: At the end of the lesson, 100% of the students should be able to,<br />To be able to arrange an ungrouped data and construct class boundaries, class interval.<br />To be able to construct a frequency distribution table completely.<br />To be able to successfully solve for the Mean, Median, Mode, Variance and Standard Deviation of a grouped data.<br />Accurately interpret the results of the data.<br />To achieve MASTERY towards the subject matter.<br />Value: Appreciate Statistics through its real world applications.<br />Pre-activities<br />Review<br /> Conduct review through question and answer:<br />Applications of Statistics to the everyday experiences ranging from economics, science, biological and physical sciences and weather prediction.<br />Quick review on the ungrouped data and finding its mean, median and mode.<br />Quick review on solving for the Mean, Median and Mode of the grouped data.<br />Motivation:<br />For the students to better appreciate the learning task, they will be asked to assume the role of a paid statistician working for a company or government. <br />Presentation and discussion:<br />Allow the students to become interactive during the discussions, to ensure understanding of the lesson.<br />Provide activities for learners to perform.<br />Select randomly the students to explain their understanding to the lesson.<br />Assignment: <br />
    • To be provided after the session.
    Assessment:<br />
    • Product Based Assessment
    Visual Aid for Instruction:<br />Using Manila Paper as an Instructional Material<br />Learning Outcome:<br />REFLECTION:<br />The learners were able to gain understanding on statistics and its applications. They were able to apply their understanding by going back to the community and help understand and solve problems present in the community.<br />Statistics is a very powerful tool in helping make decisions on problems especially in the community, were seldom knew how to do it. My students have gained proficiency of the topic through mastery of the subject, through active and dynamic learning they were able to understand and learn how to construct a frequency distribution table, solve for the mean, median, mode, variance and standard deviation, create a graphical representation and most importantly, to interpret the outcome of their data.<br />