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# Ict lesson plan for sec 1 e (fuctions and graphs)

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### Ict lesson plan for sec 1 e (fuctions and graphs)

1. 1. XMSS LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE: Using ICT in Teaching and Learning 2010 SUBJECT AREA: Mathematics GRADE LEVEL: Sec 1E Name of Teachers: Yap Bee Leng/Alan Ang LESSON TITLE: Graphs of linear Equations TIME ALLOTTED: 1 hour LESSON DESCRIPTION: (Write a concise description of what occurs in this lesson.) 1. The students will explore how the graphs of equations look like. 2. They will be looking at graphs of equations of the forms y = a, x = b, y = mx + c. 3. They will learn what does m represent and what does c represent. 4. They will explore how graphs with different or same gradient look like. 5. They will also explore how graphs with different or same y-intercept look like. 6. They will see that graphs with greater gradient will be steeper than graphs with smaller gradient. CLASSROOM LAYOUT AND GROUPING OF STUDENTS: (Where will the learning take place? How will the room be organized with the computers? How will the students be grouped (class group, individuals, pairs, small groups, etc…) The lesson will take place in the computer lab. Students will work individually. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: (Identification of the specific learning outcomes expected to happen based on Competency Standards.) a b c d Creativity & Innovation ■ □ □ □ Communication & Collaboration □ □ □ □ Research and Fluency □ □ □ □ Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making □ ■ □ □ Digital Citizenship □ ■ □ □ Technology Operations and Concepts ■ □ □ □
2. 2. XMSS LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE: Using ICT in Teaching and Learning 2010 Creativity and Innovation : a) apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products or processes Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making : b) plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project Digital Citizenship : b) exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning and productivity Technology Operations and Concepts : a) understand and use technology systems MATERIALS, RESOURCES AND TECHNOLOGY: 1. Materials and Resources for this Lesson (special devices) Technology Components for this Lesson Computer with internet access 2. Web Site for this Lesson Ace-learning website 3. Computer Software for this Lesson Ace-learning system STUDENT’S PRESENT LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE AND KNOWLEDGE: ( Do the students have the adequate knowledge to complete the lesson successfully? What pre-requisite skills must the students have to complete the lesson content? Include technology skills.) Students should already know • what is x-axis • what is y-axis • how to plot points on a Cartesian plane given their coordinates • how to write coordinates given points on the Cartesian plane • how to navigate through the ace-learning system
3. 3. XMSS LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE: Using ICT in Teaching and Learning 2010 INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES: 1. Motivation: Explain the importance of the lesson to motivate the student. Relate lesson to previous lesson or real-life situation. • Graph is an important topic in Mathematics as many real-life situations can be represented using graphs. • An equation can be represented by a graph. 2. Activities: (The sequential activities to happen in this lesson. It describes the teaching method to employ in learning the lesson.) • Students first access the ace-learning system. • Students to go into the topic on functions and graphs then to graphs of linear functions and then get into the interactive lab for graphs of linear equations. • Students then explore equations of the form y = a. They are to change the value of a and see the changes in the graphs. • They will continue to explore equations of the form x = b. They are to change the value of b and see the changes in the graphs. • Next, they are to explore equations of the form y = mx + c. In this section, they have to keep m(which is a positive value) constant and change the value of c. After they have observed a certain pattern, they are to change m to a negative value and observe the graph. • Students then explore the effects on the graphs when the value of m increases.
4. 4. XMSS LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE: Using ICT in Teaching and Learning 2010 3. Closure: Summary of the lesson and future lesson. • After all the above activities are done, teacher will ask the students for answers to arrive at the following conclusions: a. equations of the form y = a have graphs which are horizontal lines passing through the value a. b. equations of the form x = b have graphs which are vertical lines passing through the value b. c. equations of the form y = mx + c have graphs where m represents the gradient and c represents the y- intercept. d. Parallel lines have the same gradient. e. Lines with positive gradient slopes upwards from left to right while lines with negative gradient slopes downwards from left to right. f. Horizontal lines have zero gradient and vertical lines have undefined gradient. g. When the gradient gets bigger in absolute value, the line becomes steeper. SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITIES: 1. Additional activities to expand the lesson 2. Remediation activities for the student needing more instruction and practices 3. Assignments Nil
5. 5. XMSS LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE: Using ICT in Teaching and Learning 2010 ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION: How will you measure the student’s success? Formally or informally? Formal evaluation of student work requires that a grade is taken while informal might be monitoring of work, or class discussion. This section should contain a description of the assessment process, the criteria for achievement, and performance levels. The criteria should directly align to objectives and instruction. Describe your plan for providing feedback to your students. During the discussion at the last part of the lesson, the teacher can gauge if the students have learnt what they are supposed to learn. Also, questions from the textbook will be given to them as class or homework to further check their understanding. STUDENT PRODUCTS: What artifact(s) or products will result from the lesson? (such as a report, newsletter, diagram, slideshow, drawing, etc.) Homework done on graph/foolscap papers.