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WEEK 2

DATE:

THEME:

CLASS: S.S 2

UNIT TOPIC: PRODUCTION POSSIBILITY CURVE

LESSON TOPIC: TOTAL, MARGINAL AND AVERAGE PRODUCT

TIME:

PERIOD:

DURATION: 40 MINUTES PER PERIOD

OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, the students should be able to;

Define total, marginal and average product

Explain the concept of total, marginal and average product

Solve for total marginal and average product.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:

STEP 1: INTRODUCTION – IDENTIFICATION OF PRIOR IDEAS

Mode: Entire students

Teacher activity: The teacher asks the students to define production possibility curve. The teacher asks the students if they have ever heard of the word, total, marginal or average product. Based on their responses, the teacher presents the lesson for the day.

Students activity: The student defines production possibility curve. Most of the students have never heard of the term total, marginal and average product.

STEP 2: EXPLORATION

Mode: Entire students

Teacher activity: The teacher defines the concept of total, marginal and average product using various examples to buttress his point.

Students’ activities: The students listen attentively as the teacher explains the production concepts

STEP3: DISCUSSION

Mode: Entire students

Teacher’s activity: The teacher solves for the total, marginal and average product. He states the formula for calculating the production concepts and teaches the students how to use it.

Students’ activities: The students listen attentively and asks questions where necessary

STEP 4: APPLICATION

Mode: Individual students

Teacher’s activity: The teacher uses the total, marginal and average product curves to explain the economic application of the production concepts

Students’ activities: the students participate sby helping the teacher plot the total, marginal and average product curves

STEP 5: EVALUATION

Mode: Entire students

Teacher’s activity: The teacher asks the students the following questions

Define total ,...