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Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
Activities for low achiever students
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Activities for low achiever students

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

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