# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Primary 2

Shapes

TERM: 1st Term

CLASS: Primary 2

WEEK: 1

AGE:

DURATION: 40 Minutes

DATE:

SUBJECT: Cultural and Creative Arts

TOPIC: Shapes

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the pupil should be able to

1) Identify shapes of Objects in/outside the classroom

2) Draw different basic shapes and label it

3) Identify the shapes with similar real objects around them. E.g Orange, Desk, Cup, Tin etc

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES: Identification, explanation, playword, method, question and answers, demonstration.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: Audio visual resources: pictures of shapes and illustrations, Plane shapes like rectangle, square, triangle, Table, chaired

Web resource: https:/youtu.be/ui4ijKDX1P0

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

 PRESENTATION TEACHER’S ACTIVITY PUPIL’S ACTIVITY STEP 1INTRODUCTION The teacher defines shape as the appearance of somethingUsing a book, she shows the basic shapes and their names Pupils pay attention STEP 2EXPLANATION She explains that there are two types of shapes, Plane and Solid shapes. Plane shapes include triangle, rectangle while solid shape include cube, cuboid Pupils pay attention STEP 3DEMONSTRATION Using Pictures, pencil, drawing book the Teacher assist the pupil in creating the shapes taught. Pupils pay attention STEP 4NOTE TAKING The teacher writes the note on the board while the pupils copy Pupils copy note

NOTE

Shape is defined as the form of an Object bounded by lines. Everything in the world has a shape. There are different kinds of shapes:

1) Plane shape- These are shapes that has just length and breadth also known as two dimensional shapes examples include circle, square, rectangle etc

2) solid shapes- These are shapes that has length, breadth and height also known as three-dimensional shapes e.g include cube, cylinder, prism etc

EVALUATION:  1) Shapes are a form of ______. (Lines, Object, Solid)

2) Shapes are bounded by _______. (Lines, Figures, Alphabet)

3) _______ is an example of plane shapes. (Cube, Cylinder, Circle)

CLASSWORK: As in evaluation

CONCLUSION: The Teacher commends the pupils positively and marks their books.