2011年12月5日星期一

3-D Shapes Appearances Lesson Plan


Date                                                   : 31st October 2011
Class                                                 : Year 2
Time                                                  : 2:30 am – 3:00am
No. of Students                                  : 40
Topic                                                 : Shapes
Learning Area                                   : Three-Dimensional Shapes (3-D Shapes)

Prior Knowledge:
The pupils have already learnt:-
        i)  To name and write proper name of the shapes as cube, cuboid, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere.

Learning Objective:
7.1.1 Pupils will be taught to understand and use the vocabulary related 3-D
         shapes.

Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this lesson, pupils will be able to:-
7.1.1(i)  Identify the appearance of a three-dimensional shapes as a whole.
7.1.1(ii) Compare and soft three-dimensional shapes according to properties.
7.1.1(iii) Label parts of three-dimensional shapes.

Integration with other subjects : English Language

Thinking Skills                                : Communicating, Attributing,Observing,
  Comparing and Contrasting, Problem 
  Solving, Making Conclusions

Moral Values                                    : Patience, Collaboration, Attentive,   
  Cooperation

Teaching-Learning Materials      : Laptop and LCD, Work sheet, 3-D shapes   
  model , Manila Card, Market pen


Procedure
(Time)
Content / Skill
Teaching Learning Activities
Notes

Set Induction

 (3 minutes)
Teacher shows the picture of the shapes as: cube, cuboid, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere.
 
1) Teacher asking 
     the  pupils   to  names the
     shapes.

- Teacher:
  Can you names the
  shapes?

  Students:  
  Cube, cuboid, pyramid,    
  cylinder, cone and sphere.

2) Teacher introduce the
     topic of today:
The appearance of
three-dimensional
shapes.

Learning Resources:
Laptop and LCD3-D shapes model

Thinking skills:
Communicating


Moral values:
Attentive



Step 1

(8 minutes)
Introduce the appearance of three-dimensional shapes as a whole.


1) Teacher introduce the  
appearances 3-D shapes
of  cube, cuboid, pyramid, 
cylinder, cone and sphere.
2) Teacher explains the 
appearance 3-D shapes   
again with model after the
slide  show and let pupils
touch the  model.




Learning Resources:
Laptop and LCD, 3-D shapes model

Thinking skills:
Attributing
Observing

Moral values:
Attentive Patience



Step 2
(8 minutes)
Groups Activities

1) Teacher groups pupils
     into 6 groups.

2) Teacher give the
     instruction  to pupils.

3) Teacher distributes the  
     manila card to each
     groups.

4) Teacher ask pupils to
     represent the answer.

5) Teacher discuss the
     answer with pupils.

Learning Resources:
Manila card, Marker pen




Thinking skills:
Attributing
Comparing and Contrasting

Moral values:
Cooperation
Collaborative



Step 3

(8 minutes)
Teacher instructs pupils to do the work sheet and discuss with them.

   (Appendix 1)

1)  Teacher distributes the
     work sheet to the class.

2) Pupils are given 4
     minutes to do the work
     sheet.

3) Teacher discuss and
     check the answer with the
     class.

Learning Resources:
Work sheet, Laptop and LCD

Thinking skills:
Problem Solving

Moral values:
Cooperation



Conclusion

(3 minutes)
Teacher reminds class which 3-D shapes have different appearance.

1) Teacher ask pupils do conclusion for the topic today which 3-D shapes have different appearance as flat face, edge, corner and curved face. 
Thinking skills:
Making Conclusions

Moral values:
Attentive

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