You are on page 1of 7

Subject

: Mathematics

Class : Year 5 Topic : Fractions Understand mixed numbers Number of pupils : 40 Date : Time : Learning Outcomes/Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. Name and write mixed numbers with denominators up to 10 2. Identify the equivalent between improper fractions and mixed numbers. 3. Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa Previous Knowledge: 1. The student understands the concept of fraction, numerator, denominators, proper fraction and improper fraction 2. The student knows to perform addition of fractions. 3. The student knows to perform multiplication and division. Moral Value: Cooperation Thinking Skill: Teaching-Learning Resources: 1. Diagram of several 4 set of pizza for each group(Appendix 1) 2. Exercise converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa(Worksheet 1)

Steps Set Induction (5 minutes)

Content Teaching & Learning activities Remarks Pupils says improper 1. Teacher shows a set of improper fraction fractions. Appendix 1 2. Teacher will ask students to naming improper fractions. 3. Teacher adds a whole number in front of improper fraction and asks how to say mixed numbers. Appendix 1 4. At the end of the activity, teacher will reveal the correct answer of each problem.

Lesson development Step 1 (30 minutes) Pupils identify the equivalent of improper fractions and mixed numbers. 1. Teacher show a diagrams of 4 set of pizzas that already cut into a several equal parts. Appendix 2 2. Teacher will ask students to count how part in 1 pizza. 3. Teacher picks a part of pizza one by one and pupils will count on it. 4. Pupils will stop count a part of pizza when teacher stop pick a pack of pizza. 5. Pupils will say the number of a part of pizza that teacher pick. 6. Teacher asks pupils add all parts of pizza that picked by teacher. 7. Teacher regroups all the parts of pizza become a whole of pizza and asks the number of whole pizza and remaining parts. 8. Teacher asks pupils the equivalent of improper fractions and mixed numbers. 9. Group pupils in 4 groups and give them set of question and 4 sets of pizza. 10. Let them to try answer the equivalent improper fractions and mixed numbers. 11. Teacher helps pupils have a problem to identify the equivalent of improper Appendix 2(a) fractions and mixed numbers.

Step 2 (20 minutes)

Pupils perform the converting improper fractions and mixed numbers and vice versa in mathematical operations.

1. Teacher explains the purpose of line between two numbers in fraction 2. Teacher performs a division for improper fraction to convert into mixed numbers. 3. Teacher asks 2-4 pupils to perform converting from improper fraction to mixed numbers by using division on the board 4. Teacher performs a multiplication for mixed numbers to convert into improper fractions 5. Teacher asks 2-4 pupils to perform converting from mixed numbers to improper fractions by using multiplication on the board. 6. Teacher gives a set of question of converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. Appendix 2(b) 7. Teacher helps pupils have a problem to perform the converting from improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa.

Closure

Relate the improper fractions with mixed numbers and vice versa.

1. Teacher will explain how improper fraction and mixed numbers related to each other.

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 2(a)

Appendix 2(b)