Telling time to hour

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Telling time to hour

  1. 1. Telling Time to the Hour Dr. Beth McCulloch Vinson Athens State University PT3 Grant Funding Summer 2000
  2. 2. The Hands of Time The long hand is the minute hand. The short hand is the hour hand.
  3. 3. The Hands of Time There are 60 minutes on a clock face. So, the minute hand is a long hand. Skip count by fives to count the minutes with me. 5 15 10 25 20 30 35 60 55 40 45 50
  4. 4. The Hands of Time Count the numerals on the clock. There are only 12 hours on a clock face. So, the hour hand is a short hand.
  5. 5. “ Minute” is a long word. So, the minute hand is a long hand. minute “ Hour” is a short word. So, the hour hand is a short hand. hour
  6. 6. When the minute hand is pointing to 12, read the time as “o’clock”. In this case, the hour hand is pointing to the 3 and it is “three o’clock”.
  7. 7. Now the minute hand is pointing to 12 and the hour hand is pointing to the 5. So, we read the time as “ five o’clock”.
  8. 8. What time is it now? one o’clock or 1:00
  9. 9. Another hour went past. What time is it now? two o’clock or 2:00
  10. 10. Another hour went past. What time is it now? three o’clock or 3:00
  11. 11. Another hour went past. What time is it now? four o’clock or 4:00
  12. 12. Another hour went past. What time is it now? five o’clock or 5:00
  13. 13. Another hour went past. What time is it now? six o’clock or 6:00
  14. 14. Another hour went past. What time is it now? seven o’clock or 7:00
  15. 15. Two hours went past. Look at the hour hand. What time is it now? nine o’clock or 9:00
  16. 16. Two hours went past. Look at the hour hand. What time is it now? eleven o’clock or 11:00
  17. 17. This time the hour hand is pointing to the 12. What time is it now? twelve o’clock or 12:00
  18. 18. Telling Time Remember that the long hand is the minute hand. And, the short hand is the hour hand.
  19. 19. The End A Project Developed for Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) By Dr. Beth McCulloch Vinson Athens State University, School of Education http://www.athens.edu/vinsobm

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