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2011年11月24日星期四

RPH Ruang Bentuk 3D

Daily Lesson Plan ( Week 1 )
Subject                                               : Mathematics
Class                                                  : Year 2
Enrolment                                         : 12 pupils
Date (Day)                                         : 06/05/2011 (Friday)
Time                                                   : 9:30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Topic                                                  : 7 Shape and space
Learning Area                                  : 7.1 Three -  dimensional shapes (3-D shapes) 
Learning Objective                          : Pupils will Understand and use the vocabulary related 3-D shapes
Learning Outcomes                         : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:
                                                             7.1.1 (i) Identify the appearance of a three- dimensional shapes as a whole.
Previous Knowledge                       : Pupils are able to state the name of the three shapes.
Thinking Skills                                 : Visualizing, making conclusion
Inculcation of values                       : cooperative and helpful, 
Teaching Aids and Materials         : Puppet show, 3-D models, handmade clay

PROCEDURE/TIME LOCATED


CONTENT

TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
REMARKS
Set Induction
(3 minutes)
·         Introducing the concept of three-dimension shape with puppet show.


1.      Teacher shows objects of 3-D shape in the environment such as tissue box, tin can and party hat to geometric figures.

2.      Teacher introduce today’s topic.
Teaching Method         
3-D models


Thinking Skills
visualizing

Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone




Step 1
(10 minutes)



·         Teacher explains the shapes and guides students to name those objects.
·         Example:


 
-              cube
                          


 
-             cylinder




 
-           cuboid



 
-          cone


 




1.      Teacher will be introducing 3-D shapes through puppet show and names the shape.

2.      Example:
Teacher:  “Hi, I am Mr. Cube…I have 6 flat faces, 12 edges and 8 corners…Nice to meet you”.

3.      The show will be continued with next shapes.

4.       Teacher explains the shapes and describes the flat faces, edges, curves and corners.

5.      Pupils will be asked to answer the question and name the shapes again.




Teaching Method         
Puppet show and 3-D models

Moral Values
Cooperative and helpful


Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone
Step 2
(10 minutes)
Class activity

1.      Teacher begins the class activity with dividing the class into four groups.

2.      Teacher guides every group use the handmade clay to made 3-D shapes models.

3.      Teacher corrects the mistake of the pupils.



Teaching Method         
Handmade clay

Moral Values
Cooperative and helpful

Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone
Step 3
(5 minutes)
Class practice


1.      Teacher shows models made by every group in front of the class.

2.      Teacher asks every pupils states out the name of the 3-D shapes.

3.      Teacher corrects the pupils if the pupils make the mistake.


Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone
Closure
(2 minutes)
Summary of the lesson
1.      Teacher concludes the lessons by asking five different students to match name with picture solid objects or real objects.

Thinking Skills
Making conclusion

Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone










Daily Lesson Plan ( Week 2 )
Subject                                               : Mathematics
Class                                                  : Year 2
Enrolment                                         : 12 pupils
Date (Day)                                         : 13/05/2011 (Friday)
Time                                                   : 9:30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Topic                                                  : 7 Shape and space
Learning Area                                  : 7.1 Three -  dimensional shapes (3-D shapes) 
Learning Objective                          : Pupils will understand and use the vocabulary related 3-D shapes.
Learning Outcomes                         : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:
                                                            7.1.1 (ii) compare and sort three-dimensional shapes according to properties.
Previous Knowledge                       : Pupils are able to identify the appearance of a three- dimensional shapes as a whole.
Thinking Skills                                 : comparing and contrasting, making conclusion
Inculcation of values                       : cooperative, helpful,
Teaching Aids and Materials         : mahjong paper, maker pen, worksheet

PROCEDURE/TIME LOCATED


CONTENT

TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
REMARKS
Set Induction
(3 minutes)
·         Revision teaching and learning contents last lesson.












1.      Teacher asks pupils state out teaching and learning contents last lesson.

2.      Teacher guides pupils recall previous knowledge.

3.      Teacher introduce today’s topic.







Vocabulary
cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone

Step 1
(10 minutes)



·         Teacher explains the properties of shapes and guides students to name those properties.
·         Example:
1.      Teacher will be introducing properties 3-D shapes through mahjong paper.

2.      Teacher guides pupils state out all properties 3-D shapes.

3.      Pupils will be asked to answer the question and name the properties 3-D shapes again.

4.      Teacher asks pupils to compare the properties all 3-D shapes.
5.      Teacher corrects mistake of pupils.






Teaching Method          
Mahjong paper

Thinking Skills
Comparing and contrasting

Vocabulary
Edge, face, vertices
Step 2
(10 minutes)
Class activity (drawing diagrams)

1.      Teacher begins the class activity with dividing the class into four groups.

2.      Teacher guides every group draw a diagram to show all properties 3-D.

3.      Teacher corrects the mistake of the pupils.










Teaching Method          
Mahjong paper, maker pen

Moral Values
Cooperative and helpful

Vocabulary
Face, vertice, edge
Step 3
(5 minutes)
Class practice (discussion)
Shapes
Names
Faces
Vertices
edges
Cube
6
8
12
Cylinder
3
0
2
Cone
2
0
1
Piramid
5
5
8
Sphere
1
0
0
Cuboid
6
8
12


1.      Pupils stay 3 in one group as at step 2.

2.      Teacher asks every group to discuss all properties of 3-D shapes.

3.      Teacher corrects the pupils if the pupils make the mistake.

4.      Very group do the presentation in front of the class.








Vocabulary
Face, vertice, edge


Closure
(2 minutes)
Summary of the lesson (worksheet)
1.      Teacher concludes the lessons by asking five different students to state out properties of 3-D shapes.

2.      Teacher gives the worksheet before the end of the lesson.

Teaching Method          
Worksheet

Moral Values
hardworking

Thinking Skills
Making conclusion










Daily Lesson Plan ( Week 3 )
Subject                                               : Mathematics
Class                                                  : Year 2
Enrolment                                         : 12 pupils
Date (Day)                                         : 20/05/2011 (Friday)
Time                                                   : 9:30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Topic                                                  : 7 Shape and space
Learning Area                                  : 7.1 Three - dimensional shapes (3-D shapes) 
Learning Objective                          : Pupils will understand and use the vocabulary related 3-D shapes.
Learning Outcomes                         : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:
                                                              7.1.1 (iii) Label parts of three-dimensional shapes.
Previous Knowledge                       :  Pupils are able to Compare and sort three-dimensional shapes according to properties.
Thinking Skills                                 : Comparing and contrasting , Making Analogies, Making conclusion
Inculcation of values                       : hardworking, Courage, Cooperative and helpful
Teaching Aids and Materials         : 3-D Models Projector, laptop, PowerPoint , Concentrate Mahjong paper, Maker pen, Worksheet,
                                                        Group Worksheet

PROCEDURE/TIME LOCATED


CONTENT

TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
REMARKS
Set Induction
(3 minutes)
Introducing the concept of the label 3-D   
    shapes with showing the 3-D models.










Label parts of three-dimensional shapes
 
 











1.      Teacher shows 6 types 3-D models.

2.      Teacher asks pupils to explore the 3-D models.

3.      Teacher guides the pupils to state out the 3-D shapes have the 3 different parts.

4.      Teacher introduce today’s topic.


Teaching Method                
3-D Models
Thinking Skills
Comparing and contrasting
Vocabulary
Face, vertice, edge
Step 1
(7 minutes)



·         Teacher explains the parts of three-dimensional shapes.
·         Example:
 





Cube

 Cuboids




Pyramid



Sphere

Cylinder

Cone




1.      Teacher will be introducing parts of the 3-D shapes through PowerPoint.

2.      Teacher guides pupils’ state out all parts of 3-D shapes.

3.      Pupils will be asked to answer the question and name the parts of 3-D shapes again.

4.      Teacher asks pupils to label the parts all 3-D shapes.

5.      Teacher corrects mistake of pupils.






Teaching Method                
Projector, laptop and PowerPoint
Vocabulary
Edge, face, vertices, corner,
Cube, cuboid, pyramid, sphere, cylinder, cone
Moral Values
Courage, Concentrate

Step 2
(8 minutes)
Activity (drawing diagrams)

1.      Teacher drawing 6 types 3-D shapes picture in the blackboard.

2.      Teacher Label a parts of 3-D shapes and asks student to learn how to label the diagrams.

3.      Teacher clears the label of 3-D shapes and asks pupil come out and tries labelling a part of 3-D shapes in blackboard.

4.      Teacher corrects the mistake of the pupils.









Teaching Method                
Mahjong paper, maker pen
Thinking Skills
Making Analogies

Moral Values
Cooperative and helpful

Vocabulary
Face, vertice, edge
Step 3
(10 minutes)
Group Activity (discussion)
Group Worksheet
Label a parts of 3-D shapes




1.      Teacher begins the class activity with dividing the class into four groups

2.      Teacher gives every group a worksheet and gives an introduction.

3.      Teacher guides each group begin the group activity.

4.      Every group choose a presenter do the presentation in front of the class.















Vocabulary
Face, vertices, edge


Closure
(2 minutes)
Summary of the lesson (conclusion)
Worksheet
Label the parts of the shapes below.
 










1.      Teacher guides student concludes the lessons.

2.      Teacher gives the worksheet before the end of the lesson.

Teaching Method                
Worksheet

Moral Values
hardworking

Thinking Skills
Making conclusion

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