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LDM 2 J. Peralta

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City







































Peralta, Josephine S.
Teacher III

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery LDM PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST DATE: APRIL 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS


























































Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City






































Peralta, Josephine

Teacher III

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE COURSE ORIENTATION DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS






YOUR STUDY NOTEBOOK

You are asked to keep a Study Notebook (Learning Journal) for this Course. You may have kept

one before or the idea may be new to you. Essentially, this is a notebook in which you note such

things as:

• your response to the activities in the Course
• ideas that may come to you are either studying by yourself or on the LAC, or when you
are working, or at any other time
• drafts of contributions to Course discussions
• notes about articles that you read that are related to (but not embedded in) the Course
– these could be from professional journals, government policy documents or media
stories, for example
• reflects on your own learning trajectory through the Course,

(Note that this are examples and don not constitute an inclusive list)
The last item here – reflection on your own learning – is one of the most important. It is
helpful to identify how your own learning – is one of the most important. It is helpful to
identify how your own personal theories, ideas and beliefs change, or are reinforced, by your
study. Sometimes this learning will be very clear to you; at other times, your learning will
only become apparent over a much longer time span – for example, when you introduce
some ideas in your place of work or draw on some of your practice in your learning.

Your Study Notebook is personal to you and it should be useful to you, even if you might be
able to share parts of it with a friend or colleagues. There is no particular formula for keeping
a Study Notebook: some days you may write a great deal, whereas at other times only a
little. However, you are advised to write notes in such a way that they are intelligible when
you return to them months later. Throughout the Course there are regular prompts for you
to note down a response in your Study Notebook.

You can keep the notebook in a formal that appeals to you and is easy for you to maintain –
it could be an ordinary paper notebook or on a desktop or mobile device.




Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 1

1. What is the Main delivery of this course?










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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 1

2. How can this course help ensure that you will be able to deliver quality instruction in the new
normal?
















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 1

3. What are the two support mechanism that will help you with your learning in this course?










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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 2

1. How will my personal characteristics and circumstances affect (positively or negatively) my
participation in this course?














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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 2

2. How can I ensure that I am able to sustain my strengths and address the obstacles that will hinder
me from completing this course?




HABITS OBSTACLES MOTIVATION ENVIRONMENT
(What is it that I (What will prevent me from (What will push me to participate (Where will I accomplish
repeatedly do that may participating fully in this in this module?) the requirements of this
affect in the course in a course?) course?) Describe the
positive or negative way?) environment.
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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 1 Activity 3

Look for a colleague with whom you would like to discuss your answers and reflections with to the
questions in Activities 1 and 2.









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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 2 Activity 1

1. Reflect on the objectives for conducting LAC sessions as listed in DO 35, s. 2016. Rank the
following objectives from easiest to the most difficult to achieve.

Rank Objectives
1 To improve the teaching-learning process to improve learning among students
2 To nurture successful teachers
3 To enable teachers to support each other to continuously improve their content and
pedagogical knowledge, practice, skills, and attitudes
4 To foster a professional collaborative spirit among School Heads, teachers, and the
community as a whole


How does participating in a LAC influence your learning (Reflections)?





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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 2 Activity 1

2. What are the top three challenges to having a successful LAC? List down and elaborate.

















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 2 Activity 2

State your insight about LAC Session










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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS
















LESSON 2 Activity 2

List down your LAC members and cite their roles.
Name Position
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Position Roles
Facilitator Convenes the LAC team meetings; Provides technical assistance in the development of the
LAC n, timetable of team meetings, and other activities; Checks and monitors attendance
of members and submission of materials and sees to it that team meetings start and end
on time, and that agenda for the meeting are covered; Encourages active engagement and
participation of members; Serves as resource person on specific topics; Assigns a
documenter on rotation basis; Invites external resource persons when necessary; Reports
regularly to LAC leader on LAC progress; Prepares his/her session plan that identifies the
topic, objectives, materials needed, and outline of activities (at the very least) and where
necessary, consults the LAC Leader and members; Ensures that the venue and equipment
are available and prepares the necessary learning materials such as reading materials,
videos, presentations, etc., when needed; Announces the LAC session including topic,
time, venue, and other matters that the group should know; and Runs and facilitates the
session based on the plan and ensures that the agreed norms of behavior are observed and
that the objectives of the session are achieved.

Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 2 Activity 2
Position Roles
Facilitator Convenes the LAC team meetings; Provides technical assistance in the development of the
LAC n, timetable of team meetings, and other activities; Checks and monitors attendance
of members and submission of materials and sees to it that team meetings start and end
on time, and that agenda for the meeting are covered; Encourages active engagement and
participation of members; Serves as resource person on specific topics; Assigns a
documenter on rotation basis; Invites external resource persons when necessary; Reports
regularly to LAC leader on LAC progress; Prepares his/her session plan that identifies the
topic, objectives, materials needed, and outline of activities (at the very least) and where
necessary, consults the LAC Leader and members; Ensures that the venue and equipment
are available and prepares the necessary learning materials such as reading materials,
videos, presentations, etc., when needed; Announces the LAC session including topic,
time, venue, and other matters that the group should know; and Runs and facilitates the
session based on the plan and ensures that the agreed norms of behavior are observed and
that the objectives of the session are achieved.
Co-Facilitator LAC Co-Facilitator will help the LAC Facilitator on all the task assigned. He will act
facilitator in an absence of LAC Facilitator.
Documenter Documents LAC proceedings following the template agreed upon; Keeps records of
attendance and output of members; Helps the LAC Leader and Facilitator in writing the
progress reports to be submitted to the District, Schools Division, Regional, and Central
Office; Devices innovative and efficient ways to document and synthesizes the
agreements during the LAC sessions; Provides the information on the progress of the LAC
and the insights of the teachers about student learning; Takes down minutes and captures
the processes in the LAC; and Gathers evidences of implementation (e.g., individual plans,
etc.).





Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 1 (COURSE ORIENTATION) DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















LESSON 2 Activity 2
Position Roles
Member/s Attends LAC meetings regularly and participates actively in LAC sessions; Serves
as LAC facilitator or documenter or resource person for certain topics when
assigned such roles; Develops plans to apply what has been learned and
implements agreed action plan in one’s classroom; Monitors one’s progress in
relation to the LAC Plan; Prepares and submits documents or materials as needed
and brings materials relevant to the topic; Observes agreed norms of behaviour;
Captures evidences of implementation; Reflects on the implementation; Shares
with colleagues in informal settings; Prepares to share in each LAC session; Allows
LAC leader to observe how the learning was applied; and Provides the LAC leader
with evidences of application of learning.
LAC Shares current trends and best practices on certain aspects of curriculum,
Resource pedagogy, and assessment; Facilitates the activities during the session, which may
Person include workshops and demonstrations; Mentors or coaches teachers on content
and pedagogies for a particular lesson unit; Coordinates with the LAC Facilitator
on materials and equipment to be used during the session; and Helps the LAC plan
subsequent action based on the session.











Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City






































Peralta, Josephine

Teacher III

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS















































Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















LESSON 1 Activity 1
The closure of schools around the world due to the global pandemic posed serious challenges on the
delivery of quality basic education. As a teacher, what do you think are the fundamental concerns in
terms of curriculum standards that need to be addressed in order to ensure learning continuity? Cite
a specific example. Do you think these concerns could be solved by teachers alone? Why or why
not?






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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















LESSON 1 Activity 1

Even prior to the spread of COVID-19 that eventually led to the closure of schools nationwide, the
congested curriculum has been a perennial problem of teachers (Andaya, 2018). This is perceived to
be one of the hindering factors on the poor performance of Filipino learners. Do you agree with this
observation? Why or why not?











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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















LESSON 1 Activity 2

1. What are the general and specific purposes of the development of MELCs?










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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















LESSON 1 Activity 2

2. How does curriculum review aid in the identification of essential learning competencies?











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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS











LESSON 1 Activity 2

3. What is the difference between essential learning competencies and desirable learning

competencies?









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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS













LESSON 1 Activity 2
4. How were the most essential learning competencies identified? What were the decisions made in
order to trim down the number of the essential learning competencies further?










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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS











LESSON 1 Activity 2

5. What is the importance of the MELCs in ensuring the delivery of quality instruction?














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Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS












LESSON 1 Activity 3

Prepare a copy of your learning area’s original K-12 Curriculum Guide and corresponding list of
MELCs.
Go to the sections of the curriculum guide and MELCs that are relevant to your instructional needs.
Copy and accomplish the following table in your Study Notebook and compare the two documents to
determine which learning competencies were retained, dropped, or merged.




































Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

































































Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 2 (MOST ESSENTIAL DATE: MARCH 5, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers LEARNING COMPETENCIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















Refer to the table for your answer in letter A

1. Describes well-defined sets, subsets, universal sets, and the null set and cardinality of sets
1.2 Describes well-defined cardinality of sets.
1.2 Describes well-defined cardinality of sets.
2.Illustrates the union and intersection of sets and the difference of two sets
2.1 Illustrates and describes the union of two sets. 2.2 Illustrates the difference of two sets.

















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City



Learning



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Study Notebook

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School Year

2020 - 2021





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Peralta, Josephine

Teacher III

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS










YOUR STUDY NOTEBOOK

You are asked to keep a Study Notebook (Learning Journal) for this Course. You may have kept
one before or the idea may be new to you. Essentially, this is a notebook in which you note such
things as:

• your response to the activities in the Course
• ideas that may come to you are either studying by yourself or on the LAC, or when you
are working, or at any other time
• drafts of contributions to Course discussions
• notes about articles that you read that are related to (but not embedded in) the Course
– these could be from professional journals, government policy documents or media
stories, for example
• reflects on your own learning trajectory through the Course,
(Note that this are examples and don not constitute an inclusive list)

The last item here – reflection on your own learning – is one of the most important. It is
helpful to identify how your own learning – is one of the most important. It is helpful to
identify how your own personal theories, ideas and beliefs change, or are reinforced, by your
study. Sometimes this learning will be very clear to you; at other times, your learning will
only become apparent over a much longer time span – for example, when you introduce
some ideas in your place of work or draw on some of your practice in your learning.

Your Study Notebook is personal to you and it should be useful to you, even if you might be
able to share parts of it with a friend or colleagues. There is no particular formula for keeping
a Study Notebook: some days you may write a great deal, whereas at other times only a
little. However, you are advised to write notes in such a way that they are intelligible when
you return to them months later. Throughout the Course there are regular prompts for you
to note down a response in your Study Notebook.
You can keep the notebook in a formal that appeals to you and is easy for you to maintain –
it could be an ordinary paper notebook or on a desktop or mobile device.




Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















Activity 1
1. Do a quick check of your knowledge of the four modalities prescribed in the LCP—face to-
face (F2F) learning, IX, blended learning (BL), and home schooling In your own words, define
each modality. Write your own definitions in your Study Notebook. When you are done, check
Lesson 1, Activity 1 Answer Key I to see how well you did.







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Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















Activity 1

1. Do a quick check of your knowledge of the four modalities prescribed in the LCP—face to-
face (F2F) learning, IX, blended learning (BL), and home schooling In your own words, define
each modality. Write your own definitions in your Study Notebook. When you are done, check
Lesson 1, Activity 1 Answer Key I to see how well you did.






2. ( )

/
- .

,
, / /
, ,
-
.














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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















Activity 1

1. Do a quick check of your knowledge of the four modalities prescribed in the LCP—face to-
face (F2F) learning, IX, blended learning (BL), and home schooling In your own words, define
each modality. Write your own definitions in your Study Notebook. When you are done, check
Lesson 1, Activity 1 Answer Key I to see how well you did.






3. ( )

2
.
(1) 2 ;
(2) 2 ;
(3) 2 - / - ;
(4) 2 .
















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City
LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















Activity 1

1. Do a quick check of your knowledge of the four modalities prescribed in the LCP—face to-
face (F2F) learning, IX, blended learning (BL), and home schooling In your own words, define
each modality. Write your own definitions in your Study Notebook. When you are done, check
Lesson 1, Activity 1 Answer Key I to see how well you did.






4.

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.


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.











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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS



















2. Which of the LDMs do not have a F2F learning component?

















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 15, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS













ACTIVITY 2: DISTANCE LEARNING MATRIX


Distance Distinguishing Essential Role of Role of Role of
Learning Features Resources Teacher Parent or School
Modality Household
Member
Learning is Printed or Teacher The parents The school
delivered through Digitized/ monitors monitor and orient the
Modular answering printed Softcopy SLM and gives guide their teachers,
Distance or and Learning regular children in parents and
Learning digitized/softcopy Activity Sheets updates of answering learners about
SLM and Modules submission modules and the modular
and Learning of SLM and submitting learning
Activity Sheets LAS activities. policies and
directions to
ensure that
everyone is
properly
informed and
guided.















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 15, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

Learning is LMS, internet Teacher uses The parents The school
On-Line delivered using connection practical are willing to has
distance internet and load friendly supervise and technology
Learning connection, an monitor the knowledge
electronic gadget d interactive progress of enhancement
and interactive online their program
platforms or platforms children’s wherein
applications. to online regular
facilitate learning trainings or
learning. seminars are
given to
teachers,
students, and
parents to
make them
embrace the
technology.





Learning is Television Television The parents The
delivered with good teacher ensure and school has
through signal and creates supervise a
TV – watching printed instruction their MOA/MO
Based televised learning al videos children’s U
Instruction educational exercises, access to with a
( TVBI) programs in tv enrichment television television
stations/network activities,and network
s partnered with assessment for the
DepEd.
needed
airtime/sl
ot.












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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 15, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

Radio – Learning is Radio with Teacher has The parents The
Based delivered good signal complete ensure and school has
Instructio through and printed and supervise the a
n ( RBI) listening radio – learning appropriate children’s MOA/MO
based exercises, SLM in access to U
educational enrichment radio radio. with a Radio
programs in activities, and – based station for
radio assessment. lesson the needed
stations/network format/radi airtime/slot.
s partnered with o script as
DepEd. well as in
print/e-
copy.


Blended Learning is Minimum Teacher The parents School
Distance delivered requirement monitors are willing to which adopt
Learning through face to must be met learners co-supervise any
face and for each of through and co- combination
distance the types messenger monitor the of the above
learning being and progress of three types
schedule combined. provides their of distance
study guides children’s learning
blended must meet
distance. the
requirement
s of each
type.





















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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















ACTIVITY 3: RANKING OF DISTANCE LEARNING


RANKING
(1-5, from easiest to the hardest Types of Distance Learning Why? (State your reason/s)
to implement
ODL Teachers and learners were
1 trained to use Online Platforms
and City of Manila provided
learning tablet and sim card for
marginalized learners.
MDL Learners without internet
2 connectivity and electronic
gadgets are given the chance to
continue their schooling.

With this current pandemic ,
face to face learning may harm
our health and safey.
3 BL
Preparation takes longer time
and needs to secure a
partnership agreement from
4 Radio – Based Instruction Radio Station
5 TV – Based Instruction A school needs a major budget
for a production team.






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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS


















ACTIVITY 4: TARGET INTERVENTION

NAME OF MEMBER: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA LAC SESSION ID.: 6-003

REGION: NCR DATE OF LAC SESSION: 03-12-21


DIVISION: MALABON CITY NUMBER OF LAC SESSION: 2



LEARNER GROUP TARGETED INTERVENTION

Learners without parents or household Make a weekly supervisory plan; check the modules
member who can guide and support their and answer sheets
learning at home

No access to devices and Internet Providing modules

Inaccessible (living in remote and/or unsafe Providing modules; weekly checking
areas

Learners without parents or household Providing module; weekly checking; using
member who can guide and support their supplementary materials such as answers sheets with
learning at home manipulatives


Indigenous Peoples Providing module; weekly checking; checking of the
module if the content is cultured to them

Persons with Disabilities Providing learning materials that are suited for their
needs

Working Students Providing modules; weekly checking

Early pregnancy Providing modules; weekly checking


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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS













LEESON 2 ACTIVITY 1:

QUESTION: WHAT IS LESSON DESIGNING OR LESSON PLANNING?









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Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
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LESSON 2 ACTIVITY 1:

QUESTION: WHY IS LESSON DESIGNING IMPORTANT?








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Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
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ACTIVITY 2: THINGS TO DO BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE LESSON

BEFORE THE LESSON LESSON PROPER AFTER THE LESSON
1. Explain, model, demonstrate, 1.Wrap up activities
1. Review previous lesson and illustrate the concepts,
ideas, skills, or processes that
students will eventually
internalize.


2. Clarify concepts from previous 2.Help learners understand and 2.Emphasize key information
lesson. master new information. and concepts discussed

3.Provide learners with 3.Ask learners to recall key
3. Present warm – up activities feedback activities and concepts
to establish interest in new discussed.
lesson.
4. Check learner’s prior 4.Check for learners’ 4. Reinforce what teacher has
knowledge about the new lesson understanding taught




5. Present connection 5.Assess whether lesson has
between old and new lesson been mastered
and establish purpose for the
new lesson.



6. State lesson objectives as 6.Transfer ideas and concepts to
guide for learners. new situations.



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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS
















ACTIVITY 3: In your Study Notebook, copy the components of the Daily Lesson Log (DLL) or
Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP) listed below, then highlight which part/s is/are accomplished after
the lesson is delivered.

Components of the DLL/DLP


OBJECTIVES apply the distributive property of find the product of two
multiplication over addition and
binomials algebraically using
the general formula to expand
the FOIL method
the product of two binomials
Product of Two Product of Two
CONTENT Binomials Binomials
LEARNING MATERIALS AND SLM, Teacher SLM, Teacher-
RESOURCES Made Video Clip Made Video Clip

PROCEDURES Modular Platform, Google Meet, FB
FB Messenger Messenger
(Asynchronous) (Synchronous)
REMARKS Lesson delivered on time Lesson started and end on time


REFLECTIONS 60% of the learners were 60% attended the google meet
responded and answer the quiz
and most of them passed, the
30% did not comply the quiz
given.


The reflection part of the DLL and DIP should be filled up after the lesson is delivered.

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JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS

















ACTIVITY 4:

NAME OF MEMBER: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA LAC SESSION ID.: 6-003

REGION: NCR DATE OF LAC SESSION: 03-12-21


DIVISION: MALABON CITY NUMBER OF LAC SESSION: 3

MODULE: 3A LESSON 2

ACTIVITY 4 LEARNING TASK FOR DESIGNING LESSONS

Learning Delivery Modality (select one): __ODL √_ MDL __TV/RBI __ B
Grade Level and Learning Area: Mathematics 7
Lesson/Topic: Product of Two Binomials.
Learning Objectives: After going through this module, the students are expected to:
1. Apply the distributive property of multiplication over
addition and the general formula to expand the product of
two binomials

2. Find the product of two binomials algebraically using the
FOIL Method
Learning Resources/Materials Needed: Module/SLM
Additional Remarks:
(ex. Can be done via voice calls, can
Checked if be facilitated by a household
already partner, can be done via a learning
Part of Lesson/Learning Tasks
present in the activity sheet, can be presented via
SLM an internet based resource, can be
facilitated during synchronous
learning session, etc.)
Before the Lesson

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Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)

Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS
1. Review previous lesson

2. Clarify concepts from previous
lesson √

3. Present warm-up activities to Can be facilitated by a household
establish interest in new lesson √ partner

4. Check learner’s prior knowledge Can be done via learning activity
about the new lesson √ sheet

5. Present connection between old Can be done via learning activity
and new lesson and establish purpose sheet
for new lesson √

6. State lesson objectives as guide Can be done via learning activity
for learners √ sheet

Lesson Proper
1. Explain, model, demonstrate, and Can be done via learning activity
illustrate the concepts, ideas, skills, or sheet
processes that students will eventually √
internalize


2. Help learners understand and Can be done via learning activity
master new information √ sheet
3. Provide learners with feedback Can be done via learning activity
√ sheet
4. Check for learners’ Can be done via learning activity
understanding √ sheet

After the Lesson
1. Wrap up activities Can be done via learning activity
√ sheet
2. Emphasize key information and Can be done via learning activity
concepts discussed √ sheet

3. Ask learners to recall key Can be done via learning activity
activities and concepts discussed √ sheet
4. Reinforce what teacher has Can be done via learning activity
taught √ sheet

5. Assess whether lesson has been Can be done via learning activity
mastered √ sheet


Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS
6. Transfer ideas and concepts to Can be done via learning activity
new situations √ sheet

Answer the following questions in your Study Notebook:
1. For learning tasks not found in the SLM you examined, what materials or resources
can you create or curate to supplement the SLM?
Answer:




2. What kind of additional support can you give: (a) the learner, and/or (b) the
household partner so that they are guided throughout the lesson?
Answer:
,



3. How can the teacher gather feedback on the different learning tasks, in order to
refine or modify current and future lessons?
Answer:
,


.





























Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS












ACTIVITY 4: LEARNING TASK
1. For learning tasks not found in the SLM you examined, what materials or resources can you
create or curate to supplement the SLM?






































Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools – Malabon
TUGATOG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Lascano Street Tugatog, Malabon City

LDM2 – Learning Delivery MODULE 3A (LESSON DESIGN AND DATE: MARCH 12, 2021
modalities Course for Teachers ASSESSMENT IN THE MODALITIES)
Study Notebook of: JOSEPHINE S. PERALTA Department/Group MATHEMATICS


















ACTIVITY 4: LEARNING TASK

2. What kind of additional support can you give: a) the learner, and/or b) the household
partner so that they are guided throughout the lesson?











,

























Check and Monitored by: Noted by:
JEAN C. DELA CRUZ ELSIE P. EMERENCIANA
Department Head V Principal IV


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