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The document discusses triangles and their classification. It begins by asking questions to establish that triangles have 3 sides and 3 angles, while quadrilaterals have 4 sides and 4 angles. It then defines the different types of triangles based on their angles (right, acute, obtuse) and their sides (equilateral, isosceles, scalene). Several key points are made, such as triangles being the strongest shape and most commonly used in construction due to their ability to hold their shape and provide support. The document provides examples and diagrams to illustrate each type of triangle. It concludes by assigning an art project to create something using different types of triangles.

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This document outlines the code of ethics for professional teachers in the Philippines according to R.A. 7836. It discusses five dimensions of professionalism: specialized knowledge, skills, standards, spirit, and supportive environment. It provides details on technical and social skills teachers should have, their responsibilities towards students, parents, and maintaining financial integrity. The code emphasizes teachers upholding dignity and respect at all times. Violations of the code can result in revocation of a teacher's license. The code of ethics aims to promote exemplary conduct for the teaching profession.

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Forests are vital for biodiversity and life on Earth. Deforestation, the permanent destruction of forests, is a major threat. Humans clear forest lands for many reasons like logging, farming, ranching, mining, and urban development. The main drivers of deforestation are economic needs of communities and industries. Crops like soy and palm oil are major contributors and destroy habitats. High demand for wood and paper also fuels deforestation. Animal grazing and infrastructure development like roads and settlements increase deforestation. Deforestation has negative economic and environmental impacts through increased greenhouse gas emissions, global warming, and loss of species.

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The document discusses valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory. It explains that valence bond theory describes covalent bond formation through the overlapping of atomic orbitals between atoms. There are two types of covalent bonds: sigma bonds formed by head-on overlapping and pi bonds formed by side-by-side overlapping. Hybridization involves mixing atomic orbitals to form new hybrid orbitals that can accommodate molecular geometries. Common hybridizations include sp, sp2, and sp3 which result in linear, trigonal planar, and tetrahedral geometries respectively.

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Social advocacy promotes social justice, equality, and inclusion. It empowers disadvantaged groups to have their voices heard and influence decisions that affect them. Social advocacy has three goals: promoting social change through challenging injustice and inequality; solving problems by providing support and services; and empowering people through education and enabling them to deal with difficult situations. Effective social advocacy involves listening to individuals, using their experiences to inform advocacy for systemic change, and promoting participation in decisions. It is a crucial tool for social workers to achieve social justice.

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The document summarizes the key aspects of the special senses and the anatomy and function of the eye. It discusses how sensory receptors in sense organs like the eyes, ears, nose and tongue detect stimuli from the environment and send signals to the brain via sensory neurons. It then focuses on describing the different parts of the eye, including the sclera, choroid, retina, lens, iris and pupil. It explains how light enters the eye and is focused on the retina, and how different structures like the lens and iris help with vision.

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Motivation plays a key role in the teaching-learning process. The document discusses several theories of motivation and their implications for teaching. It describes motivation as arousing students' attention and directing it toward goals. Effective teachers motivate students through their personality, worthwhile tasks, and classroom environment. They display care, humor, and high expectations. Lessons should incorporate interaction and relevance to intrinsically motivate students. Extrinsic factors like praise and rewards also influence motivation. Overall, the document emphasizes the importance of understanding motivation and applying motivational techniques to engage students in learning.

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This document discusses the psychological foundations of education. It covers several topics including:
1. The six foundations of education, which include sociological, anthropological, historical, philosophical, legal, and psychological foundations.
2. Psychological foundations provide the basis for teaching and learning processes. Three major learning theories covered are behaviorism, cognitive information processing, and humanism.
3. Key aspects of teaching and learning processes discussed include theories of learning and development, individual differences, the nature of teaching and learning, motivation in learning, and the teacher's role.

Individual differences

Individuals differ in their development and traits due to hereditary and environmental factors. The two major factors that influence individual differences are heredity and environment. Hereditary factors like intelligence, physical condition, aptitudes, sex, age, and temperament are inherited and can affect an individual's development. Environmental factors like family background, community background, and school experiences also impact development and learning. Individual differences emerge as children progress through different stages of development at uneven rates depending on these hereditary and environmental influences.

Personality development jonzshen

The document discusses various aspects of personality development, including identifying one's strengths and weaknesses, understanding different personality types like leaders and introverts, developing good communication skills and time management, and improving one's personality through qualities like being a good listener, having integrity, and maintaining a positive attitude. It provides tips on avoiding negative body language and etiquette advice for business meetings and conversations. The overall document focuses on understanding oneself and others in order to continuously develop a strong, positive personality.

Vertebrates

The document classifies vertebrate animals into five main groups - fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals - based on their characteristics. Fishes live in water, have scales and fins, and breathe through gills. Amphibians can live both on land and in water, starting aquatic as juveniles. Reptiles are scaly animals that lay hard-shelled eggs on land. Birds are the only animals with feathers and have lungs. Mammals are the only animals that feed their young with milk from mammary glands and give live birth.

Invertebrates

This document summarizes 8 major groups of invertebrates:
1) Arthropoda - includes insects, arachnids, crustaceans; have jointed legs and external skeleton.
2) Echinodermata - have spiny skin and radial symmetry.
3) Mollusca - have soft, shapeless bodies.
4) Annelida - are segmented worms found in water and soil.
5) Nematoda - are roundworms, some of which are parasitic.
6) Platyhelminthes - are flatworms, some of which are parasites without digestive systems.
7) Porifera - have pores all over their bodies to take

Animal defenssive adaptation

Animals have developed various protective adaptations to defend against predators or secure food. These include mechanical defenses using special body structures, chemical defenses like venom or foul odors, and behavioral defenses such as warning displays, kicking, or playing dead. Camouflage also helps animals blend into their surroundings to avoid detection by predators. These adaptations increase animals' chances of survival in their environments.

Animal Handling and Restraint

The document discusses proper animal restraint techniques to minimize stress. It provides guidelines for safely restraining and handling various species such as dogs, cats, rabbits, mice and more. Restraint should be gentle, avoid pain and stress, and use techniques appropriate for each species to ensure safety for both the animal and handler. Chemical, physical and verbal cues can help calm animals before and during restraint.

Ecosystem impact and planning

The document discusses various topics related to the environment and natural disasters in the Philippines, including:
1. The Philippines is prone to natural disasters like typhoons, floods, landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and tsunamis due to its location in the Pacific Ring of Fire and between tectonic plates. It also suffers from human-caused environmental issues like loss of land and forests.
2. The country has established laws and frameworks for disaster prevention and response, as well as agencies like PAGASA and PHIVOLCS that provide weather and volcanic hazard information and education.
3. Efforts are being made to improve solid waste management through waste reduction, recycling, comp

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- 1. CIMI MATHEMATICS 4 QUARTER 3 MELC BASED
- 2. CIMI 2 1. Do all quadrilaterals have 3 sides and angles? 2. Do all triangles have 4 sides and 4 angles? 3. Is any 3-sided polygon a triangle? 4. Is any 4-sided polygon is a quadrilateral? 5. Can a quadrilateral be divided into two triangles YES NO YES YES NO NO NO NO YES YES YES NO
- 3. CIMI 3 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering present-day Giza in Greater Cairo, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.
- 4. CIMI 4 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Designed to withstand the harsh environmental conditions, the Ivatan houses in Basco, Batanes is a must-visit cultural attraction in the Philippines. ... The Ivatan houses are made of metre-thick limestone and coral walls as well as cogon grass roofs, and they are sturdy enough to withstand strong winds.
- 5. CIMI 5 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE The Bahay kubo, or nipa hut, is a type of stilt house indigenous to the cultures of the Philippines.
- 6. CIMI 6 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Pasig bridge Conception Tarlac Magalang Road
- 7. CIMI 7 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Cebu–Cordova Link Expressway The Cebu–Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX), also known as the Cebu–Cordova Bridge is a toll bridge expressway under construction in Metro Cebu, Philippines which will link Cebu City and Cordova.
- 8. CIMI 8 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Bamban Bridge is a highway bridge in Central Luzon, Philippines which is part of the MacArthur Highway. The bridge was constructed from 1996 to 1998 as part of the rehabilitation efforts on National Highway 3 following the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo.
- 9. CIMI 9 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE San Juanico Bridge – Longest Bridge in the Philippines San Juanico Bridge connects the islands of Leyte and Samar by linking the city of Tacloban to the town of Santa Rita, Samar.
- 10. CIMI 10 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE What do they have in common? What is the most common shape used in bridge building?
- 11. CIMI 11 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Triangles are effective tools for architecture and are used in the design of buildings and other structures as they provide strength and stability. The two most common triangular forms used in architecture are equilateral and isosceles. Why are triangles frequently used in construction?
- 12. CIMI 12 TRAVEL AND OBSERVE Why is the triangle the most important shape? The triangle is the strongest shape, capable of holding its shape, having a strong base, and providing immense support. The triangle is one of the most favorite shape in architecture.
- 13. CIMI 13 “ How to classify the different type of triangles”
- 14. CIMI Objective Identify and describe the triangle according to sides and angles.
- 15. CIMI
- 16. CIMI 16 Triangles can be classified according to their angles ( measurements of its angle) An angle is a figured formed by 2 rays ( arms) that meat at the vertex. Angles are measured in degrees. Triangle are compose of three line segments. Classifying a triangle is as simple as comparing the sides. Triangles can be classified according to their sides (length of its sides)
- 17. CIMI 17 Types of triangles according to angles Right Triangle JKL is a Right Triangle. It has one right angle (90°) (90°)
- 18. CIMI 18 Types of triangles according to angles Acute Triangle ACB is an Acute Triangle. It has 3 acute angles, all angles are less than 90° < CAB 75° < ABC 43° < BCA 62°
- 19. CIMI 19 Types of triangles according to angles Obtuse Triangle RQP is an Obtuse Triangle. It has 1 obtuse angle, measuring more than 90° but less than 180° (35°) (25°) (120°)
- 20. CIMI 20 Types of triangles according to sides Equilateral Triangle ABC is an Equilateral Triangle. It has 3 equal sides A B C AB 2cm AC 2cm BC 2cm An equilateral triangle has all three sides equal in length. Its three angles are also equal and they are each 60°. An equilateral triangle is also an equiangular triangle since all its angles are equal. The Philippine national flag has a rectangular white equilateral triangle, symbolizing liberty, equality and fraternity
- 21. CIMI 21 Types of triangles according to sides Isosceles Triangle JON is an Isosceles Triangle. It has 2 equal sides. O J N JO 6cm ON 6cm JN 2cm
- 22. CIMI 22 Types of triangles according to sides Scalene Triangle ABC is a Scalene Triangle. It has no equal sides. BA 12cm AC 6cm BC 14cm
- 23. CIMI 23 (90°)
- 24. CIMI 24 Do all triangles have equal sides? Do they have equal angles?
- 25. CIMI 25 What are the different triangles according to sides? What are the different triangles according to angles?
- 26. CIMI 26
- 27. CIMI 27 What makes the triangle the most important shape? The triangle is the strongest shape. Triangles are effective tools for architecture and are used in the design of buildings and other structures
- 28. CIMI 28
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- 31. CIMI
- 32. CIMI MECHANICS There shall be three rounds namely: a) the easy [ 5 Questions] (5 questions worth 1 pt. each) = 5 b) the average [5 questions] (5 questions worth 2pts. each) = 10 c) the difficult [3 Questions] (3 questions worth 5 pts. each) = 15 ---------- 30 pts! STRICTLY NO SHARING OF ANSWER Total: 13 Questions
- 33. CIMI
- 34. CIMI EASY- 15 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING A right triangle has one right angle TRUE FALSE TRUE
- 35. CIMI EASY- 15 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING Scalene triangle has all equal sides FALSE FALSE TRUE
- 36. CIMI EASY- 15 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING An Equilateral triangle has no equal sides FALSE TRUE FALSE
- 37. CIMI EASY- 15 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING An Isosceles triangle has two equal sides TRUE FALSE TRUE
- 38. CIMI EASY- 15 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING An obtuse triangle has obtuse angle, which measure more than 90° but less than 180°. TRUE FALSE TRUE
- 39. CIMI
- 40. CIMI “ DO YOUR BEST” B AVERAGE ROUND 20 seconds If you add up the degrees of each angle on a triangle, what is the sum? A. 90° B. 180° C. 360° D. 45°
- 41. CIMI “ DO YOUR BEST” C AVERAGE ROUND 20 seconds What are the three types of triangles according to sides? A. Equilatiral, isoseles. scalene B. Equalateral, isoscoles, scalene C. Equilateral, isosceles, scalene D. Equilateral, Obtuse, Isosceles
- 42. CIMI “ DO YOUR BEST” C AVERAGE ROUND 20 seconds What triangle is it called when two sides are the same and only one is different? A. Scalene B. Vertex C. Isosceles D. Equilateral
- 43. CIMI “ DO YOUR BEST” D AVERAGE ROUND 20 seconds What triangle is it called when all three sides are the same? A. Scalene B. Acute C. Isosceles D. Equilateral
- 44. CIMI “ DO YOUR BEST” B AVERAGE ROUND 20 seconds What is the degrees of the right angle? A. A right angle is 80°. B. A right angle is 90° C. A right angle is 100° D. A right angle is 110°
- 45. CIMI
- 46. CIMI DIFFICULT 25 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING A right triangle has one other angle that is 35°. What is the size of the third angle? 55°
- 47. CIMI Solution: Step 1: A right triangle has one angle = 90° Sum of known angles is 90° + 35° = 125°. Step 2: The sum of all the angles in any triangle is 180°. Subtract sum of known angles from 180°. 180° − 125° = 55° Answer: The size of the third angle is 55°
- 48. CIMI DIFFICULT 25 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING A triangle has angles 46°, 63° and 71°. What type of triangle is this? Acute triangle
- 49. CIMI Solution: Answer: Since all its angles are less than 90°, it is an acute triangle
- 50. CIMI DIFFICULT 25 seconds Ans: STRICTLY NO TALKING An equilateral triangle has one side that measures 5 in. What is the size of the angle opposite that side? 60°
- 51. CIMI Solution: Step 1: Since it is an equilateral triangle all its angles would be 60°. The size of the angle does not depend on the length of the side. Answer: The size of the angle is 60°.:
- 52. CIMI 52 Materials needed: any available and safe materials in your home (coffee, extracted leaves, or organic materials, any kind of coloring materials ( crayon, water color, pastel color, acrylic water based) Oslo paper (optional)construction paper/scrap papers will be fine Glue, scissors, ruler ( as much as possible use recyclable materials at home) Assignment: Just Tri Me What to do: Create an art related with different types of triangles Size-: 12inches x 8.5 inches ( minimum) 20inches x 11 inches ( maximum)
- 53. CIMI 53 Rubric: Just Tri Me
- 54. CIMI 54
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- 61. CIMI 61 Thank You! Keep safe everyone, Virtual Hugs! Teacher: Jonshen