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(675283919) lesson plan

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(675283919) lesson plan

  1. 1. Name of the teacher : Aswathy. A Subject : Mathematics Unit : Equations Subunit : Different problems Name of the school : MTHSS Standard : VIII Strength : 40/43 Date : 10/08/2015 Time : 30 minutes CURRICULAR STATEMENT To understand about different problems in equations and its importance in mathematics through discussion, observation, organization of chart and by analyzing prepared notes of the pupil. CONTENT ANALYSIS NEW TERMS : equations, algebraic form. FACTS : algebraic method of solving problems CONCEPTS : concept of algebraic method in equations. PROCESS : process of finding solution to different problems using algebraic equations. LEARNING OUTCOMES The pupil will be able to, 1. Recall the term algebra. 2. Recognize algebraic form of different equations. 3. Explain the term algebra and equations. 4. Observe all aspects of equations keenly. 5. Discuss the different problems through algebraic equations. 6. Read chart quickly and accurately. 7. Ask questions to know more about algebraic equations. 8. Give illustration of algebraic equations. 9. Plan to do problems on algebraic equations.
  2. 2. PRE-REQUISITES: The students have knowledge on algebraic method, its addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. TEACHING LEARNING RESOURCES: Usual classroom aids, activity cards. LEARNING STRATEGIES: Individual work, group discussion, observation and explanation by teacher. CLASSROOM INTERACTION PROCEDURE EXPECTED PUPIL RESPONSE INTRODUCTION ACTIVITY - 1 i. Yesterday we study to make algebraic form of different equations. ii. iii. Today we are going to make and solve different equation. iv. v. Will you interest? PRESENTATION ACTIVITY – 2 Then teacher presents a problem “Ticket rate for the science exhibition is 10 rupees for a child and 26 rupees for an adult, 740 rupees were got from 50 persons. How many children among them? ” Teacher writes answer on blackboard after give an explanation. Let x be the number of children. Number of adults =50-x. Ticket rate for a child = 10. Ticket rate for x children’s = 10x. Ticket rate for an adult = 26. Ticket rate for (50-x) adults = 26(50-x).
  3. 3. Total price = 740. 10x + 26(50-x) = 740. 10x + 1300 – 26x = 740 10x – 26x = 740 - 1300 16x = 560. X = 560/16 = 35. Number of children = 35. Number of adult = 50-35 = 15. ACTIVITY – 3 Teacher gives another problem. “A class has the same number of boys and girls. Only 8 boys were present on a particular day and then the number of girls was double the number of boys. What is the number of boys and girls?” Teacher gave opportunity to students to explain the question. Then teacher explain the answer and writes on blackboard. Let the number of boys and girls be x. If 8boys were absent, then the number of boys = x-8. Number of girls = 2(number of boys). x = 2(x-8). x = 2x-16. 2x-x = 16. x = 16. Number of boys = 16. Number of girls = 16. ACTIVITY-4 Teacher divides the class into 5 groups and gives activity cards containing questions.
  4. 4. ”Ajayan is 10 years older than Vijayan. Next year, Ajayan’s age would be double that of Vijayan. What are their ages now?” “5 times a number is equal to 3 times the sum of the number and 4. What is the number? ” CLOSURE ACTIVITY – 5 Teacher concludes the class by telling what have learned in the class. Teacher clarifies all the doubts of students. REVIEW ACTIVITY – 6 Teacher ask questions to students and ask to form questions related to the topic FOLLOW UP ACTIVITY 1. In a co-operative society the number of men is thrice the number of women .29 women and 16 men more joined the society and now the number of men is double the number of women. How many women were there in the society at first? 2. 8 times a number is equal to 4 times the sum of the number and 4.what is the number?

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