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SOW for year 7

1. 1. <ul><li>TEACHINGWEEKPMV YEAR 7 – FUNCTIONAL MATHEMATICSTOPICS AND OUTCOMESINSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES AND STRATEGIESRESOURCESREMARKS2 hours1. NumbersRead and write and represent numbers up to 10 millions.Review reading and writing numbers up to and greater than a million:Five million, three hundred and fifty four thousand and twenty-five.Write in words: 9 234 207.Write a whole number as an expanded numeral using powers of 10.e.g. 234 567 = 200 000 + 30 000 + 4 000 + 500 + 60 + 7Rewrite using number words or numerals5 000 000five million400 000four hundred thousand30 000thirty thousand 2 000two thousand 600six hundred50fifty7sevenExample: Read 5 432 657Putting the words together, we have“Five million four hundred and thirty-two thousand six hundred and fifty-seven”TEACHINGWEEKTOPICS AND OUTCOMESINSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES AND STRATEGIESRESOURCESREMARKS4 hoursDemonstrate concretely and pictorially an understanding of place value to millions.6000400 30 76000400307 6437 Read each of these numbers individually and then combine them to form the required number. Guide pupils to read this number as: “Six thousand four hundred and thirty-seven”.Number cards512037Use these digits to form- the greatest possible number,-the least possible number,- five other possible numbers,- write these numbers in words,- arrange the numbers you have formed from the least to the greatest.The police department is counting the number of cars on a certain road. The counting meter now reads47399What will it read after one more car passes by?Flash cardsTEACHINGWEEKTOPICS AND OUTCOMESINSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES AND STRATEGIESRESOURCESREMARKS2 hoursYou are given the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Put one digit in each box so that the answer will be as large as possible. 4 231 = (a digit can be used only once).Put one digit in each box so that the answer will be as small as possible. (a digit can 431 2 = be used only once).1.3 Compare numbersGuide students to arrange numbers in order of size. Use a place-value board if necessary to help pupils understand the process of comparing numbers.Activities on compare numbersPlace value boardFlash cards