Topic: Math (To investigate and explore multiplication facts)

Objectives
In this activity, students will investigate and explore multiplication facts.

The students will:
Work in groups to device a plan for making a multiplication matrix Construct a multiplication matrix
Reflect on the patterns they observe in the matrix

Material
For each group
1 cm grid paper
full sheets of paper
glue
scissors

For the class
36" X 48" butcher paper

Preparation
Make approximately 10 copies of 1 cm grid paper on colored paper for each group of students. Cut one piece of 36" X 48" butcher paper.
Start the multiplication matrix by placing four or five rectangles on the matrix.

Procedure
a.Mini-lesson:
I will begin the lesson by showing the class the multiplication chart I prepared. I will ask pivotal questions to start a discussion, "What do you think this chart shows"?, "What do the side numbers mean"? I will point to a rectangle and ask, "What can you tell me about this rectangle"? I will hold up a grid paper rectangle with 4 rows of 6 and ask, "How many rows are in this rectangle?, How many squares in each row?, How many in all"? I will then ask the students "Where do you think this rectangle belongs on the chart"? (I will encourage students to use the "rows of" language to help in determining the placement of rectangles on the chart). Next, I will say "Today you will be working in groups to create a multiplication matrix". I will tell students that they need to devise a plan to make sure that all of the rectangles they need to show will fit on the butcher paper. I will point to an empty space on the matrix and ask, "What will the rectangle for this space look like?, What equation will you write on it"? We will discuss how although 2 X 4 and 4 X 2 have the same product, the two problems mean different things.

b.Group Work:
As students work together to construct the multiplication...

...DETAILED LESSONPLAN IN MATHEMATICS 1
I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Given the necessary materials, 75% of the students should be able to:
1. identify the different shapes
2. distinguish shapes by touching real objects
3. positively respond to shapes.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Shapes
B. References:
1. Cariño, Isidro D. Ph.D. & Acuña, Adoracion M. MAT. “Elementary Mathematics”. Anvil Publishing, Araneta Avenue. Quezon City.PP.117-119
2. Castaño, Paulina and Castro, Isabel Ed.D. “Fun in Nemeracy”. Abiva Publishing House Inc. Araneta Avenue. Quezon City. PP 24-25
3. www. woodlands-junior.kent.schu.uk/math/shapes
4. www. Littleexplorers.com/math/geometry/labelshapes
C. Concepts: Shapes are forms of things which give them distinct identification. It is found everywhere; any object has one or more combination of shapes.
D. Materials: flash cards, box with real object inside, interactive game chart, pictures
E. Skills: Visual Memorization
F. Values Integration: Boost self-confidence
III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Teacher’s Activity | Students’ Activities |
A. Classroom Routine1.Prayer Let us pray.2.Checking of Attendance Class, is everybody present today?That’s good!B. Lesson Proper1.Motivation Class look at this pictures, what did you observe? Very good! Did you know class, those infrastructures are designed by an Architects Ok, who wants...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Mathematics (First Year)
I. Objectives
Content : To know the condition(s) for lines to be perpendicular
: To determine whether two given lines are perpendicular
Process : To find the equation of the line that passes through a point (x,y) and is perpendicular
to the given line whose equation is y=mx+b
II. Subject Matter
Topic: Linear Function
Sub-Topic: Perpendicular Lines
Reference: Merrill Algebra Two with Trigonometry page: 80-83
by: Foster
Materials: Power point presentation,
Strategies: Exposition and Discussion
Values: Courage and Determination
III. Procedure
A. Lesson Proper
| | |
|Teacher’s Activity |Student’s Activity |
| | |
|“Good Morning Class” | |
|...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Math for Kindergarten
Submitted by:
Clarisse Anne M. Sabusap
III-1 BECEd
Submitted to:
Prof. Jaimmy Griffin
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
1. Identify the basic Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
2. Appreciate the basic Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
3. Arrange and Act the different Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
II. Subject Matter
* Reading: Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
* Reference : Adventures in Math by Leonora Varela
* Materials: Paper , pencil and crayons
* Level : Kindergarten
III. Procedure/Strategy
Teacher's Activity | Pupil's Activity |
A. Meeting Time~ "Hello! How do you do?" • Prayer Song"I see you, Lord" • Motivation"Batang 3G" • Attendance~ Good Morning Kinder - Mapagmahal~ Now that we are energized, let us know count the no.of pupils that are present today.~ How many boys are present today?~ How many girls are present today?~ All in all, how many pupils are present today?~ What was the day yesterday?~ What is the date today?* END OF MEETING TIME B. Story Telling~ I have a story that will surely give smile on your cute faces.~ Can I see that smile children?~ But before that, I have 3 difficult words that we will encounterin the story. The first word is DUKE.~ Do you have any idea what Duke is?~ The second word is CUBE. Do you have any idea what cube is?~ The title of...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Technology and Livelihood Education
Wood Working/ Carpentry
(Integration in Mathematics & Values Education)
by: Edgar S. Penuela
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
a. Discuss what is board foot;
b. Have knowledge on how to solve board foot as a unit of measure for lumber;
c. Solve problems involving measurement of board foot; and apply board foot measurement to real world situations.
II. Subject Matter
Measurement for the Volume of Lumber (Board Foot)
Reference:
Materials: Measuring Tape or any linear measuring tools; Blocks of wood & Computer/DLP
Values: Conservation of Resources/ Critical Thinking & Decision Making Skills
III. Procedure
Learning Activities
Teacher’s Activity & Students’ Activity
* Let us all stand for our prayer.
* Good Morning Class.
* Before you sit down, please arrange your chairs properly and pick up the pieces of papers and trashes under your chairs.
(Checking of Attendance)
* As I call your name you may say present.
(An assigned student will lead the prayer)
* Good Morning Sir!
(The students follow the instruction)
(Students raise their hands and say present as the teacher calls in their name)
Review
(Presume that the past lesson is all about the classification of lumber)
* Class, what was our lesson last meeting?...

...Standard LessonPlan Form
LessonPlan: 1
Name:
Course: EDSP 360
LESSON PREPARATION [Before the lesson]
Topic: Beginning Multiplication
Specific Strategy: Lesson fpr 3rd grade students teaching beginning multiplication and differentiated to accommodate autistic, behavior problems, ADHD, and hearing impaired learners.
Subject:
Math
Grade: 3
State Standard: The student will
a) investigate the identity and the commutative properties for addition and multiplication; and
b) identify examples of the identity and commutative properties for addition and multiplication.
National Standard: The student will
a) investigate the identity and the commutative properties for addition and multiplication; and
b) identify examples of the identity and commutative properties for addition and multiplication.
Primary Objective: Each student will demonstrate they have mastered the skill of beginning multiplication by successfully answering 18 out of 20 questions correctly.
Classroom Diversity and Differentiated Instruction: Rock N’ Learn: Multiplication Rap video will be watched to help introduce multiplication in a fun and exciting way. The video includes the words on the screen for the hearing impaired student and exciting characters and songs to help hold attention of ADHD and autistic students.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9xe80NqSwM...

...LESSONPLAN
Topic: Writing a transactional letter
Teacher:
Date:
School:
Form:10 th
Level: advanced
Lesson type: Writing
Unit:
Subject: Writing a transactional letter
Lesson aims:
1. to introduce the topic of the lesson: a transactional letter
2. to present to the students the main features of a a transactional letter
3. to familiarize the students with the layout and style of a transactional letter
4. to practise language used in a transactional letter
5. to develop the writing and speaking skills of the students
Objectives:
-students will be able to present the main features of a a transactional letter
-students will be able to understand the nature and purpose of a a transactional letter,
-students will be able to write and read their own letter of application.
Skills:writing,reading, speaking
Teaching materials: classbook(Going for gold upper-ntermediate)
Audio-visuals: blackboard and chalk, students 'copy-book
Activity 1-Warm-up
Aim-introducing the topic
Procedure:
The teacher is checking the homework and tell the.The teacher the students that they are going to focus on the writing skill and that they are going to learn how to write a letter of application and writes on the blackboard the title of the lesson,,Writing a letter of application”
Interaction:teacher-student;
student-teacher
Activity 1a-pre-reading
Aim: a predictive...

...LESSONPLAN OUTLINE
Name :____________________ Date:______________________
Grade Level:________________ Length:_______________________
Topic:
I. Objective:
Write a behavioral objective with conditions, the behavior, and criteria for mastery. You may also use a non-behavioral objective if it is appropriate.
II. Preparation
Purpose:
The purpose of this lesson is the reason for teaching the lesson: to introduce, to give information, to help organize information, to demonstrate knowledge, to provide enrichment or a chance for creative application.
Materials:
List teacher references
List materials students will need
III. Procedure
A. Anticipatory Set:
You are motivating your students to want to learn this material. Link the material to students’ background knowledge and experience; create a puzzle or use an analogy to get them thinking along the lines you want to go. Share the relevance of the lesson to students’ lives. Overtly link your anticipatory set to the body of the lesson.
B. Body of the Lesson/Input:
This is the body of the lesson. You can give input in many ways: use a visual aid, show a video, read, lead a discussion; you can give input or you can draw it from the students or from print or media.
1. Outline and label steps in the lesson
You will outline each step you will be using to develop the lesson....

...I. HEADING:
April 26, 2014
Social Studies
Fifth Grade – 24 students
50 minutes
II. RATIONALE AND BACKGROUND:
The purpose of this lesson is for the students to read alternative sources about Christopher Columbus and express their opinion about whether he should be celebrated. The students will read an article about Christopher Columbus and highlight in one color the positive influence of Columbus’s life and in another color the negative influence of Columbus’s life. Then, the class will discuss the positives and negatives and the teacher will write each in columns on the board. The students will write in their own columns on a worksheet. The students will write a paragraph stating their opinion on whether we should or shouldn’t celebrate Christopher Columbus. They must support their opinion with at least three positives or negatives. The lesson will meet the Common Core Standard CC.1.4.5.G: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts and the Common Core Standard CC.1.2.5.D: Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.
The students learned about Columbus in their last class and read several of his journal entries. The students have had experience with supporting their essays from their readings. The students also have experience with writing multi-paragraph essays.
Facts about the learners:
• Talkative class.
• Several students who are in...