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# Classroom Instruction Delivery Alignment Plan

## Grade: 11_____________ Semester: 1st Semester_

Core Subject Title: PRE-CALCUS No. of Hours/Semester: 80 hours/semester
Prerequisites (If needed):
Subject Description: At the end of the course, the students must be able to apply concepts and solve problems involving conic sections, systems of nonlinear equations, series and mathematical induction,
circular and trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, and polar coordinate system.

Learning Competencies Highest Thinking Skills to Assess Highest Enabling Strategies to Use in
Performance Standards Assessment Technique Developing the Highest Thinking Skills to
Content Beyond
Content RBT Assess
Standards Minimum KUD Minimu KUD
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1. illustrate the
different types
of conic
sections:
parabola, K Remembering Representation
ellipse, circle,
hyperbola, and
degenerate
cases.***
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2. define a
demonstrate shall be able circle.
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an to... 3. determine
understanding the standard
of... form of K Understanding Representation
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solve problems 4. graph a
key concepts of
accurately using circle in a
conic sections
conic sections rectangular U Analyzing Connection
and systems of
and systems of coordinate
nonlinear
nonlinear system
equations
equations
5. define a
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parabola
6. determine
the standard
form of K Understanding Representation
equation of a
parabola
7. graph a
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parabola in a
rectangular
coordinate
system
8. define an
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ellipse
9. determine
the standard
form of K Understanding Representation
equation of an
ellipse
10. graph an
ellipse in a
rectangular D Applying Problem Solving
coordinate
system
11. define a
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hyperbola
12. determine
the standard
form of K Understanding Representation
equation of a
hyperbola
13. graph a
hyperbola in a
rectangular D Creating Problem Solving
coordinate
system
14. recognize
the equation
and important
characteristics U Analyzing Connection
of the different
types of conic
sections
15. solves
situational
problems D Creating Problem Solving
involving conic
sections
16. illustrate
systems of
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nonlinear
equations
17. determine
the solutions of
systems of
nonlinear
equations using
techniques K Understanding Connection
such as
substitution,
elimination,
and
graphing***
18. solve
situational
problems
involving D Creating Problem Solving
systems of
nonlinear
equations
1. illustrate a
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series
2. differentiate
a series from a K Understanding Representation
sequence
3. use the
sigma
keenly observe notation to K Understanding Representation
and investigate represent a
patterns, and series
key concepts of formulate 4. illustrate the
series and appropriate Principle of
Series and K Understanding Representation
mathematical mathematical Mathematical
Mathematical
induction and statements and Induction
Induction
the Binomial prove them using 5. apply
Theorem. mathematical mathematical
induction and/or induction in U Analyzing Connection
Binomial proving
Theorem. identities
6. illustrate
Pascal’s
Triangle in
the expansion D Creating Problem Solving
of (𝑥 + 𝑦)𝑛
for small
positive
integral
values of 𝑛.
7. prove the
Reasoning and
Binomial U Evaluating
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Theorem
8 determine
any term of
(𝑥 + 𝑦)𝑛 ,
where 𝑛 is a
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positive
integer,
without
expanding
9. solve
problems
using
mathematical D Creating Problem Solving
induction and
the Binomial
Theorem
1. illustrate the
unit circle and
the relationship
between the
linear and U Applying Connection
angular
measures of a
key concepts of
central angle in
circular
a unit circle
functions, 1. formulate and
2. convert
trigonometric solve
degree
identities, accurately
measure to K Understanding Representation
Trigonometry inverse situational
trigonometric problems
and vice versa
functions, and involving
3. illustrate
the polar circular functions
angles in
coordinate
standard
system K Understanding Connection
position and
coterminal
angles
3. illustrate
angles in
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standard
position and
coterminal
angles
4. illustrate the
different Reasoning and
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circular Proof
functions
5. uses
reference
angles to find
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exact values of
circular
functions
6. determine
the domain and
range of the
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different
circular
functions

## 7. graph the six

circular
functions (a)
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amplitude, (b)
period, and (c)
phase shift

8. solve
problems
involving D Creating Problem Solving
circular
functions
9. determine
whether an
equation is an
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2. apply identity or a
appropriate conditional
trigonometric equation
identities in 10. derive the
solving fundamental
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situational trigonometric
problems identities
11. derive
trigonometric D Creating Problem Solving
identities
involving sum
and difference
of angles
12. derive the
double and
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half-angle
formulas
13. simplify
trigonometric D Creating Problem Solving
expressions
14. prove other
Reasoning and
trigonometric U Analyzing
proof
identities
15. solve
situational
problems
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involving
trigonometric
identities
16. illustrate
the domain and
range of the
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inverse
trigonometric
functions.
17. evaluate an
3. formulate and
inverse Reasoning and
solve U Evaluating
trigonometric Proof
accurately
expression.
situational
18. solve
problems
trigonometric D Creating Problem Solving
involving
equations.
appropriate
19. solve
trigonometric
situational
functions
problems
involving
inverse D Creating Problem Solving
trigonometric
functions and
trigonometric
equations
4. formulate and 20. locate
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solve points in polar
accurately coordinate
situational system
problems 21. convert the
involving the coordinates of
polar coordinate a point from
system K Understanding Representation
rectangular to
polar systems
and vice versa
22. solve
situational
problems
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involving polar
coordinate
system
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