Subject: MathDate of Demo: Feb 04, 2013
Topic: Measuring CapacityLevel: Grade - III

I. Objectives:
At the end of the session, students are expected to:
* Define Capacity
* Know the difference of Liter (L) and millimeter (ml).
* Know how to convert Liter (L) to millimeter (ml)

II. Subject Matter: Measuring Capacity

Reference: (1) Understanding Math Essentials 3 (pp. 357 – 360)
Maria Theresa Garcia Capule

Materials:
III. Procedure:
* The teacher will discuss the meaning and uses of the following measurements: * Capacity
* Liter
* Millimeter
* The teacher will give examples of Liter and Millimeter
* The teacher will show an example in how to convert Liter to Millimeter (ml). * The teacher will then randomly call one student to answer the given problems on the board. IV. Evaluation:

Answer the book (Understanding Math Essentials 3)
Understanding the Concepts and Skill Builders (pp. 358 – 359)

V. Assignment

Answer the book (Understanding Math Essentials 3)
Complete the following p. 359
Enrichment p.360
Bring Protactor

Subject: MathDate of Demo: Feb. 05, 2013
Topic: Basic Geometry Concepts and TermsLevel: Grade - III

1. Objectives:
At the end of the session, students are expected to:
* Know the different basic concepts of geometry
* Define point, line segment, ray, degree and angles
* To know and demonstrate how to use the protractor
II.
Subject Matter: Basic Geometry Concepts and Terms

Reference: (1) Understanding Math Essentials 3 (pp. 365 – 372)
Maria Theresa Garcia Capule
Materials:
III. Procedure:

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