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Student-Teacher:

Najat Abdulkariem
Date: 26/10/2016

Primary EPC 3403 Lesson Planning Template Year 3,


Sem 5
Grade Level: Two
Subject: Math
Theme: Addition.

Learning Outcome/Objectives:
Able to add one-digit number and two-digit numbers
Resources
Preparation (what do you need to do/make
Twelve pieces of matching papers .
before class?)
Mini white boards.
Discuss the lesson, check the resource, an
Doll, pencil case, pencil, and sweet ( printed out).
review the lesson plan.

Envelopes.
Sticks, box, small balls, and six different addition
questions.
Baskets, place value manipulative, and six different
addition questions.
Box, and six different objects.

Six cards for each student.


Paper container.

Key vocabulary

Adding, regrouping, ones, and tens.

Time:30 minSmall

Time:5-10 -minWhole

Opening:

Start with a short scene.


o Put two different objects with prices on it, ask the students to count the prices. ( one with one digit, a
one with two digits).
o Ask the students to write the addition question on the board ( ask them to to find out out how to add)

Start introducing the lesson.

Get one or two students to tell a short story including one digit numbers, and two digit numbers, and ask the
of the students to extract the numbers and then add.
Ask the students to circle the ones and the tens.
Ask the students to solve the question on their mini board.
Check their answers and discover if they know how to solve.

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The students will play the five activities in turn.


Each student will get the six cards (to solve the questions) ,a paper container( to hold the
cards), and a stick( draw a tick when finish each activity).
Independent Experience (small group activity 1)
Matching cards.

Students will get tweleve piece of papers.


In six of the papers, they will find an addition question ( one digit adding with two digits).
In the other six papers, they will find the same questions presented in drawing.
They need to match the cards, then solve the question.

Independent Experience (small group activity 2)


Find the question cards in the envelopes.

Students will get six different envelopes.


Behind each envelope, they will find their names witten on it.
Select their own names, get out the question, and solve.

Independent Experience (small group activity 3)


Extract the sticks from the box.

Students will get a box, and inside the box there are six sitcks.

In each stick there is a question cards.


They will need to solve the question on their card.

Independent Experience (small group activity 4)


Make your own digit.
Each student will get a basket.
In each basket
there are manipulative
( present
tens and 5)
ones).
Independent
Experience
(small group
activity

Shopping for your mother.

Time: 5 minWhole

In the middle of the group the students will get a box with tweleve different objects. ( Four flowers,
kinds of vegetables, and four perfumes).

Plenary

Get the students to select a paper randomly and solve the questions , they may select a paper that ge
them win a gift.

Assessment

Instruct the group that needs help.


Ensure all the students are able add the tens and the ones.
Make sure to use the assessment sheet. ( to observe the students)

Through the observing the students, ask them depending on their level.

Question for high level: Do we have to regroup the tens? Can you explain to me?
Question for the middle level: where is the tens-ones? How we should add now?
Question for low level: how many circles do we need to draw? Count the circles and tell me how much y
got?
Reflection:

1. During the first part of the lesson I felt insecure. I temporarily lost my focus
because many of the students arrived late. As a result, the lesson did not star
well. It was choppy and disjointed.
2. It was a mistake to produce the lesson with a printed picture and not a real
object. The students didnt get the idea immediately. So, I take more time to
explain.
3. The students moved smoothly on the active learning, and they were able to
solve the activities.
4. I applied the assessment sheet during observing the students working on the
activities, to help know who understand and who dont.
5. Work on correcting on the students mistakes and share it with the rest of the
studnets, to avoid repeating the same mistakes on the future.

Next Step:
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3.

Get the students explain the concepts not only the answer.
Use a real objects to produce the lesson.
Dont allow any situation affect my lesson.