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# Contoh rancangan-pengajaran-harian-matematik tahun 4 mass

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• 1. DAILY LESSON PLAN Date : 6th October 2011 (Thursday) Time : 07.50 am until 08.50 am Class : Year Four Bestari (4B) Number of Pupils : 49 Subject : Mathematics Topic : Mass Learning area : Basic operation involving mass Learning objectives : Pupils will be taught to: i. Multiply and divide units of mass Learning outcomes : At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: i. Multiply mass involving conversion of units with one-digit number, 10, 100 and 1000 Previous knowledge : The students have learnt the mass and have an experience about mass in their daily life Moral values : Responsible, cooperative and helpful Vocabulary : Mass, convert, measure, measurement, weighing scale, kilogram, gram Thinking skills : Comparing and contrasting, sequencing Teaching-learning Resources : LCD projector (Slide PowerPoint), question card.
• 2. PROCEDURE/TIME LOCATED CONTENT TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES REMARKS Set Induction (5 minutes) Introducing the various types of weighing scale. 1. Teacher shows the various type of weighing scale using LCD projector (Slide PowerPoint) 2. Teacher introduce today’s topic and relate it with the contents of the slide. Teaching Method Slide Show-LCD Projector. Moral Values Cooperative and helpful Thinking Skills Comparing and contrasting Vocabulary Weighing scale Step 1 (20 minutes) Refer to the situation in text book, teacher shows the picture of a bunch of rambutans Example: 1. Teacher guides pupils to multiply units of mass (compound units) by one-digit number. 2. Example: A bunch of rambutans weighs 4 kg 30 g. What is the mass of 7 same bunches or rambutans? 1. Teacher guides pupils to multiply in vertical form, starting from units of grams then followed by kilograms. Teaching Method Explain the method by examples. Moral Values Cooperative and helpful Thinking Skills Comparing and contrasting Vocabulary Kilogram, gram A bunch of rambutan
• 3. Example; 7 × 4 kg 30 g = ____ kg ____g 4 kg 30 g × 7 28 kg 210 g Example; 10 × 850 g = _____ kg 850 g × 10 8500 g convert g to kg SBD-Small unit to Big unit Divide So, to convert g to kg divide by 1000. × 1kg = 1000 g ÷ So, 8500 g ÷ 1000= 8.5 kg 2. Teacher proceed with multiplication of units of mass (single and compound units) by one-digit number. Then convert the answer to the required units. 3. Teacher guides pupils to multiply units of mass by 10 and convert the answer to kg. 4. Teacher proceeds with multiplication of units of mass by 10, 100 and 1000. Then convert the answer to the required units. Step 2 (15 minutes) Class activity 1. Teacher begins the class activity by asking pupils to sit in pair. 2. Every pair will distribute one card. Then they need to find the correct answer for the question. Teaching Method Work in pair Moral Values Cooperative and helpful Thinking Skills Comparing and 1000 0
• 4. 3. Then, teacher ask selected group to write down the answer on the board. Contrasting, Sequencing. Vocabulary Convert, gram, kilogram Step 3 (15 minutes) Class practice Assessment 1. Teacher asks pupils to complete the exercises ‘Let’s work it out’ in textbook (page 162) Teaching Method Exercise in textbook. Moral Values Cooperative and helpful Thinking Skills Comparing and Contrasting, Sequencing. Vocabulary mass Closure (5 minutes) Summary of the lesson 1. Teacher concludes the lessons by telling back the important point in multiplying mass with one digit number, number 10, 100 and 1000. Teaching Method Revise back the important point. Moral Values Cooperative Thinking Skills Making conclusion