Mathematics – 3

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Course Description: In Mathematics 3, the learners demonstrate understanding and appreciation of key concepts and skills involving numbers and number sense ( whole numbers up to 10 000; ordinal numbers up to 100th; money up to

PhP1 000; the four fundamental operations of whole numbers; proper and improper fractions; and similar, dissimilar, and equivalent fractions ); geometry

 ( lines, symmetry, and tessellations );patterns and algebra ( continuous and repeating patterns and number sentences ); measurement ( conversion of time, length, mass and capacity, area of square and rectangle ); and statistics and probability ( tables, bar graph, and outcome ) as applied – using appropriate technology – In critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connections, representations, and decisions in real life.

I. OBJECTIVES

  At the end of the quarter, the learners should be able to:

A. Recognize and represent whole numbers and money up to PhP 10 000;

B. Compare whole numbers and money up to PhP 10 000;

C. Recognize and represent ordinal numbers up to 100th;

D. Apply addition and subtraction of whole numbers including money in mathematical problems and real-life situations.

II. CONTENT

Whole Numbers

  • Numbers up To 10, 000
Place Value of a 4- to 5-diigit numbers
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  • Rounds to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand
  • Comparing using relation symbols
  • Ordering 4- to 5-digit numbers

Ordinal Numbers

  • Ordinal Numbers From 1st To 100th

Money

  • Recognizing Coins and Bills
  • Comparing Values

Addition of whole numbers

  • Adding 3-to 5-digit numbers up to three addends  with  sums   up to 10,000
  • Estimating the sum
  • Adding mentally 2-digit and 1-digit numbers
  • Adding mentally 2- to 3-digit numbers with multiples of hundreds

Subtraction of whole numbers

  • Difference of two 3-to 4- digit numbers
  • Estimating the difference of two 3- to 4- digit numbers
  • Subtracting mentally 1-  to 2- digit numbers with 3-to 4- digit numbers
  • Subtracting mentally 2- to 3- digit numbers with multiples of hundreds
  • Creating and solving problems involving addition and/or subtraction
 

III. Criteria for Evaluation

            Written Works …………………………………………….. 40%

Performance Tasks ………………………………………. 40%

            Quarterly Assessment …………………………………… 20%

            Total ……………………………………………………….. 100%

Mrs. Annie Marie C. Dela Peňa                 Signatures:                   _                   _         

               Teacher                                                                       Father        Mother

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