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# T & L MATHS ACTIVITY : VOLUME YR 2

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### T & L MATHS ACTIVITY : VOLUME YR 2

1. 1. TOPIC : VOLUME OF LIQUID LEARNING AREA : MEASURING AND COMPARING VOLUMES OF LIQUIDS
2. 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES : MEASURE AND COMPARE VOLUMES OF TWO LIQUID USING STANDARD UNITS
3. 3. NEWS CS MATHS YEAR 1 / YEAR 2 AND YEAR 3 YEAR 1 1.WHOLE NUMBER *Numbers 0 to 10 *Addition with the highest total of 10 *Subtraction within the range of 10 *Numbers to 20 *Numbers to 100 *Addition within basic facts *Subtraction within basic facts 2. MONEY • Money to RM10.00 3. TIME • Introduction to time 4. SHAPE AND SPACE • Three – Dimensional shapes • Two-Dimensional shapes YEAR 3 1. WHOLE NUMBERS TO 10000 2. FRACTION 3. MONEY TO RM100 4. TIME 5. LENGTH 6. MASS 7. VOLUME OF LIQUID • Measuring and comparing volumes of liquids • Relationship between Units of volume • Addition, subtraction multiplication and • Division involving volumes of liquids • Solving problems involving volumes of liquids 8. SHAPE AND SPACE 9. DATA HANDLING YEAR 2 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 2. MONEY 3. TIMES 4. LENGTH 5. MASS 6. VOLUME • Introduction to volume • Measure and compare volumes 6. SHAPE AND SPACE
4. 4. Question : 2. Choose a learning area and list out activities that can be done related to that particular topics: i) Should include the 4-Mat learning styles. CONCRETE ACTIVE ABSTRACT PASSIVE 2 14 3
5. 5. Learning outcomes Suggested activities 4-mat learning styles iii) Compare the volumes of two liquids using standard units a) litre b) millilitre - pupils pour 1 litre into the first container and 2 litres into the second container. - Pupils comparing the volumes of two liquids by using “more” and “less” Active and concrete (1) Passive and concrete (4) iv) Estimate volumes of liquids in litres and millilitres - Pupils place a rubber band around the plastic cup and move it to estimate the line where the volume of 100 millilitres would reach. Check the closest estimate Passive and abstract (3) 1 litre 2 litres
6. 6. 1000 ml 100 ml 200 ml 300 ml 400 ml 500 ml 600 ml 700 ml 800 ml 900 ml Mililitre
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