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LESSON PLAN Subject Date Time Year No. of pupils Topic Subtopic : Mathematics : 11 August 2011 : 9.15a.m. 9.

.45 a.m. : 5 Ibnu Sina : 28 pupils : Volume of Liquid : Comparing Volume

Learning objectives : Pupils will be taught to:i. Measure and comparevolumes of liquid usingstandard units.

Learning outcomes : At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:i. Estimate the volumes ofliquid involving fractionsand decimals in litres and mililitres. Prior Knowledge : Pupils have basic knowledge about estimation and volume of liquid in year 3. CCTS Moral Value Vocabulary : Visualizing, comparing and relating : Self-confident, careful, cooperation, and accuracy : read, meniscus, record, capacity, measuring, cylinder, water level,beaker, measuring jug, divisions Resources : coloured water, containers pictures, marker pen, measuring jug, measuring cylinder, worksheet

STEPS

CONTENTS

TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITY

REMARKS

Induction set Make some revises about the previous lesson. (3minutes) QS: How many times more is the volume of..compared to the volume of.....

1) Teacher pastes mahjong paper that labelled with volumes. 2) Teacher asks pupils to compare the volume of two ingredients. 3) Pupils response to the teachers questions.

CCTS Recall Moral Values Confident

Step 1 (10 minutes)

Introduce the estimation of volumes of liquid. QS: What is the volume of liquid in the first container? Can you estimate the volume of liquid in the second container?

1) Teacher displays a picture of two similar containers with different volumes of liquid. 2) Teacher labelled the first container as liter. 3) Teacher asks pupils to estimate the volume of liquid in the second container by using the first container as a bench mark. 4) Pupils give their possible answers. 5) Teacher repeat the previous step with different volumes, e.g l, l, etc.

Resources Picture of containers CCTS Visualizing, comparing, generate idea Moral Values Confident

Step 2 (7 minutes)

Group work activity Pupils make some measurement of the volume of liquid. Pupils make estimation on the liquid that they pour into a measuring cylinder. QS: What is your estimation about the volume of liquid? What is the actual measurement of the volume of liquid?

1) Teacher asks pupils to work in group of three. 2) Teacher gives instructions to the pupils. 3) Pupils pour some water into a measuring cylinder up to the 1-litre mark. 4) Pupils pour the water into a jug and mark the volume level as 1-litre with a marker pen. 5) Pupils empty the jug. 6) Pupils estimate the level for l. Mark the level on the jug with a marker pen. 7) They check their estimation by filling up the jug with water up to l mark. Then, pour the water into the measuring cylinder. 8) Pupils read the measurement. 9) They try with other estimation.

Resources Measuring cylinder, jug, marker pen CCTS Visualizing, comparing, generate idea Moral Values Confident, cooperation and careful, accuracy

Step 3 (7 minutes)

Individual exercises

1) Pupils will sit at their own place. 2) Teacher distributes the worksheet to all the pupils. 3) Pupils do the exercise individually and teacher will monitor them.

Moral Values Hardworking, careful and confident. Resources

4) Pupils will be guided if they have any problems. 5) Teacher discusses the answers with pupils.

Worksheet.

Conclusion (3minutes)

Summary of the lesson

1. Teacher asks pupils what they have learned. 2. Pupils answer and response to the teacher. 3. Teacher gives summary of the topic.

Moral Values Hardworking, careful and confident.