# Self-Learning Modules - Quarter 3 – Mathematics: Grade 6, Modules 1 to 9

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Published on 2022 August 11th

Description
Contents: 1. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 1: Visualizing and Describing the Different Solid Figures: Cube, Prism, Pyramid, Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere using Various Concrete and Pictorial Models. 2. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 2: Formulating the Rule in Finding the nth term Using Different Strategies. 3. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 3: Giving Translation of Real-Life Verbal Expressions and Equations Into Letters or Symbols and Vice Versa. 4. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 4: Giving Translation of Real-Life Verbal Expressions and Equations Into Letters or Symbols and Vice Versa. 5. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 5: Calculating Speed, Distance and Time. 6. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 6: Area of Composite Figures. 7. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 7: Surface Area of Solid/ Space Figures. 8. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 8: Finding the Surface Area of Cubes, Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones and Spheres. 9. Mathematics 6- Quarter 3- Module 9: Solving Word Problems Involving Measurement of Surface Area.
Objective
Objectives:
1. visualize and describe the different solid figures: cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere using various concrete and pictorial models;
2. differentiate solid figures from plane figures;
3. identify the faces of a solid figures.
4. formulate the rule in finding the nth term using different strategies (looking for a pattern, guessing and checking, working backwards); and
5. differentiate expression from equation.
6. Translate real-life verbal expressions and equations into letters or symbols and vice versa (M6AL-IIIe-16) and
7. Identify a variable in an algebraic expression and equation (M6AL-IIIe-17)
8. represent quantities in real-life situations using algebraic expressions and equations (M6AL-I11e-18) and;
9. solve routine and non-routine problems involving different types of numerical equations such as 7+9= __+6 (M6AL-I11f-19).
10. Calculate speed, distance, and time (M6ME-IIIg-17) and
11. Solve problems involving average speed (M6ME-IIIg-18).
12. find the area of composite figures formed by any two or more of the following: triangle, square, rectangle, circle and semi – circle (M6ME-IIIh-89) and
13. solve routine and non-routine problems involving area of composite figures formed by any two or more of the following: triangle, square, rectangle, circle and semi-circle. (M6ME-III-90)
14. visualize and describe surface area and names the unit of measure used for measuring the surface area of solid/space figures. (M6ME-IIIi-91)
15. find the surface areas of cubes, prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres.
16. solve word problems involving measurement of surface area of different solid objects.

#### Curriculum Information

 Education Type K to 12 Grade Level Grade 6 Learning Area Mathematics Content/Topic Measurement Intended Users Educators, Learners Competencies Calculates speed distance and time Solves problems involving average rate and speed Finds the area of composite figures formed by any two or more of the following triangle square rectangle circle and semicircle Solves routine and nonroutine problems involving area of composite figures formed by any two or more of the following triangle square rectangle circle and semicircle Visualizes and describes surface area and names the unit of measure used for measuring the surface area of solidspace figures Derives a formula for finding the surface area of cubes prisms pyramids cylinders cones and spheres Finds the surface area of cubes prisms pyramids cylinders cones and spheres Solves word problems involving measurement of surface area Determines the relationship of the volume between a rectangular prism and a pyramid a cylinder and a cone and a cylinder and sphere Derives the formula for finding the volume of cylinders pyramids cones and spheres Finds the volume of cylinders pyramids cones and spheres Solves routine and nonroutine problems involving volumes of solids