**I. Objectives**

At
the end of the class, the pupils are expected to:

a.
state the place value of each digit in a 6 or more-digit number

b.
Read and write numbers through billions in figures and words correctly

c.
Observe accuracy in reading and writing the numbers

**II. Subject Matter**

A. Place
Value/ Reading and Writing Numbers

B.
BEC PELC I. A1; Everday Mathematics 5 p. 6-7

C.
pictures, chart, chalkboard

D.
Accuracy

**III. Procedure**

**A. Preparatory Activities**

1. Drill/Motivation
(Forming Numbers Game)

Each group will be given number
cards from 0 to 9. As the teacher says a number, the group members will form
the said number. The group which is able to form the number first will get a
point. The group who gets 10 points wins.

**B. Developmental Activities**

**1. Presentation**

Ask: Who is the first man who landed on the
moon? How far do you think the moon is from the earth?

Discuss that the moon’s average
distance from the earth is three hundred eighty-four thousand four hundred
three kilometers.

Ask: How is this number written in
numerals?

How are the digits grouped?

Where do the values of each period as
well as each digit in the periods depend?

What is the role of zero in a number?

**3. Exercise**

Write
the numerals of the following:

1.
Sixty-seven million, four hundred eight thousand, twenty-three

2. Nine
billion, twenty thousand one hundred sixty-five

3. Four
million, six hundred seventeen thousand, eighty-one

4. Twenty-three
billion, ninety-one million, six thousand forty-eight

5.
Seventy-seven million, seventeen thousand, seven

**4. Generalization**

Where do we start reading numbers?

How is each period separated from
each other?

**C. Application**

**Show to the class a planet model chart with each planet indicating its average distance from the sun. Let pupils write the indicated values in words.**

**IV. Evaluation**

A.
Write the numerals of the following:

1.
Seven hundred eighty two million eight hundred two thousand two

2.
Eighteen thousand six

3.
Six hundred eighty-one thousand four hundred thirty-six

4.
Four million five

5.
Sixty-one thousand forty-eight

**V. Assignment**

Research on the moons of Jupiter and
find their average distance from the planet. Write the numbers in words.

Prepared by:

JAYLORD S. LOSABIA

Teacher I

A. Bonifacio Elementary School

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