Subject: Numeracy
Term: 3^{rd} Term
Week: 7
Class: Nursery 1
Age: 4 years
Duration: 5 periods of 35 minutes each
Date:
Topic: Oral Counting/ Identification of 0 – 200
Content: Identification, writing and number endings 9 – 160, writing 1-10 in words, Introduction to fraction ½ and whole, simple subtraction.
Specific Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:
Instructional Materials: Counters, flash cards
Instructional Techniques: Explanation, demonstration, repetition, questions and answers
Entry Behaviour: The teacher arouses them with number rhymes
Instructional procedure
Periods I-II: Counting of numbers 1-200 number endings 9 – 160
Steps | Teacher’s Activities | Pupils Activities |
1 | With the aid of a chart the teacher counts numbers 1-200 repeatedly | The pupils respond after her |
2 | She writes out the numbers on the board and count | The pupils repeat after her |
3 | She teaches number endings 9 – 160 9 – 10 49 – 50 19 - 20 59 – 60 29 – 30 69 – 70 39 – 40 79 – 80 89 – 90 99 – 100 109-110 119-120 129-130 139-140 149-150 159-160 | Pupils identify number ending 9 – 160 |
Evaluation:
Conclusion: She corrects and marks their book
Periods III: Writing number in words 1-10
Steps | Teacher’s activities | Pupils activities |
1 | The teacher reviews the previous lesson and introduces the new one | The pupils pay attention |
2 | She writes out the numbers 1-10 and their spellings on the board and recites it severally 1- One 2- Two 3- Three 4- Four 5- Five 6- Six 7- Seven 8- Eight 9- Nine 10- Ten | The pupils learn number spellings 1-10 |
Evaluation:
Conclusion: She corrects and marks their book
Periods IV- V: Introduction to fraction ½ and whole, simple subtraction
Steps | Teacher’s activities | Pupils activities |
1 | The teacher reviews the previous lesson and introduces the new one | The pupils pay attention |
2 | She draws the fractions ½ and whole
| The pupils identify fractions ½ and 1 whole |
3 | The teacher introduces the minus (-) sign and tells the pupils it is used in taking away. Then she does some pictorial examples of simple subtraction
| The pupils pay addition |
Evaluation:
Conclusion: She corrects and marks their book
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