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  • 1.  
  • 2. Learning outcome : By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to compare volume of liquids.
  • 3. Prior knowledge: pupils have learnt how to compare objects – more or less, many or few during their previous lesson.
  • 4. Teaching aids : * two different shape of containers of water
  • 5. Vocabulary : empty half full full
  • 6. Procedure: a teacher divide class into groups of four. b appoint one pupil to be recorder in group.
  • 7. c teacher shows three same container of water, asks pupils which container has more volume.
  • 8. d teacher let the pupils compare the containers of water e teacher introduce the vocabulary: empty, half full and full
  • 9. f have the pupils to arrange the containers in the order from empty to full. g repeat with second sets of containers
  • 10. g teacher show two different containers of water. Let the pupils guess which containers has more water.
  • 11. h let the pupils pour out the water into an empty container. Mark the volume of water with marker pen.
  • 12. i repeat with the second container and mark the volume.
  • 13. Conclusion : pupils will learn the second container has more volume of water.