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Activities for high achiever students

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  • 1. Learning outcome : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to measure and compare volume of liquids .
  • 2. Prior knowledge: pupils have learnt how to compare objects – more or less, many or few, high or low during their previous lesson.
  • 3. Teaching aids : * different shape of containers of water * measuring containers
  • 4. Procedure: a teacher divide the class into groups of three pupils. Let them work in their cooperative groups b appoint one pupils to be recorder in group.
  • 5. c teacher shows four different container of water, asks pupils which container has more volume. glass cup Mineral bottle tupperware
  • 6. d teacher let the pupils do the guessing and record in the given table. Container Glass Cup Mineral bottle Tupperware Guessing After measurement (ml) Order of volume For ‘ guessing ‘and ‘order of volume’ Fill ‘1’ for the biggest volume, ‘2’ for the second and so on.
  • 7. e teacher let each group take their teaching aids to measure and compare the volume
  • 8. f pupils take the measuring container to measure the volume of four different containers of water.
  • 9. h pupils record the volume of water for each different containers in descending order.
  • 10. i after the experiment, pupils tell the teacher which container has the most volume and the least volume in descending order.
  • 11. Conclusion : pupils will learn the volume of liquid is not simply look at its height.