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The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a 2nd grade mathematics class. The objectives are to teach dividing two-digit numbers by a one-digit number without remainder through examples and practice problems. The lesson includes reviewing concepts, working through word problems as a class, demonstrating the steps to solve problems, and having students complete group activities and a game to practice their skills. The goal is for students to understand and be able to apply the process of dividing multi-digit numbers.

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The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a 2nd grade mathematics class. The objectives are to teach dividing two-digit numbers by a one-digit number without remainder through examples and practice problems. The lesson includes reviewing concepts, working through word problems as a class, demonstrating the steps to solve problems, and having students complete group activities and a game to practice their skills. The goal is for students to understand and be able to apply the process of dividing multi-digit numbers.

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The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a 2nd grade mathematics class. The objectives are to teach dividing two-digit numbers by a one-digit number without remainder through examples and practice problems. The lesson includes reviewing concepts, working through word problems as a class, demonstrating the steps to solve problems, and having students complete group activities and a game to practice their skills. The goal is for students to understand and be able to apply the process of dividing multi-digit numbers.

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The document provides a detailed lesson plan for a mathematics lesson on addition and subtraction of whole numbers up to 100 including money. The lesson plan aims to teach students to solve word problems involving subtraction, analyze word problems by identifying what is asked, and understand the value of sharing. The lesson involves reviewing subtraction facts, working through sample word problems in small groups to identify what each problem asks, and an individual student assessment to reinforce the objective of identifying what is asked in a word problem.

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The lesson plan teaches students about fractions through varied activities with the goal of having 80% accuracy in recognizing one half of a whole, showing one part of a whole, and sharing with others. The lesson involves showing pictures divided into parts, defining fractions as parts of a whole using illustrations of halves and fourths, and having students color parts of pictures and identify fractions. Students are evaluated by circling the correct fraction for colored parts of pictures. The assignment is to bring colored paper and scissors to the next class.

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This lesson plan aims to teach pupils to identify and use adjectives appropriate for their grade level. The plan involves identifying adjectives that describe local food pictures, such as "round sinaging" and "sweet tambis-tambis". Pupils will learn that adjectives are words that describe nouns. They will participate in group activities to match adjectives to pictures and sentences. The lesson evaluates pupils' understanding by having them complete sentences with the correct adjectives.

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I made this Lesson Plan for a friend I hope some people can make use of this too and if ever you will see some things to be corrected feel free to comment.

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for grade 3

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The document provides a detailed lesson plan on patterns for mathematics. It includes objectives, subject matter, materials, and procedures for the teacher and students. The procedures involve identifying patterns like AB, AAB, ABC, and ABB using various examples like shapes, colors, animals, fruits and more. Students are asked to label patterns and identify the correct pattern for new examples. They participate in marking objects and answering questions to demonstrate understanding of different pattern types.

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4) Discovery learning occurs through guided practice and application of new concepts.
5) Active learning through peer interaction, hands-on activities, and discussion helps build confidence.
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This lesson plan teaches students about one-fourth fractions through a series of activities. Students will learn to identify one-fourth of different sets of objects. They will play games to practice calculating one-fourth amounts. An example uses a puppet character giving different numbers of fruits to four children to demonstrate one-fourth shares. Students then role play similar scenarios and solve word problems about sharing objects into fourths. The lesson evaluates students' understanding and assigns additional practice problems.

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HI THERE! HOPE THIS WILL HELP YOU AS YOUR FUTURE REFERENCE. CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE QUERIES AND CONCERNS.

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1. The lesson plan aims to teach students how to find the prime factors of numbers.
2. Students will practice finding prime factors using factor trees, continuous division by primes, and listing the prime factors.
3. The lesson concludes with students practicing finding the prime factors of various numbers independently using any method taught.

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This lesson plan outlines a preschool science lesson about the parts of the body. The objectives are for students to identify different body parts, understand their importance, and know their functions. The teacher will use pictures and a chart to show the body parts and discuss their functions. Students will practice identifying parts in pictures and matching parts to their functions. Their understanding will be evaluated by identifying and describing pictures of different body parts. As an assignment, students are asked to bring pictures of body parts to show the class.

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This lesson plan outlines teaching students about the parts of seeds and germination. It will motivate students with a story about a tiny seed and its growth. Students will then learn the key internal parts of seeds like the embryo, radicle, cotyledons, and seed coat. They will identify these parts in illustrations and answer questions to test their understanding. Finally, students will apply their learning by identifying seed parts in diagrams and answering short quiz questions.

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Medyo rush ang pagkakagawa. Sana makatulong ito. It has values integration because of the video presentation about San Pedro Calungsod.

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This document outlines a lesson plan to teach students about identifying and using action words in simple sentences. The objective is for students to demonstrate understanding of English grammatical structures to communicate effectively in oral and written forms. The lesson will have students identify action verbs in sentences, pictures, and videos. It includes motivation, examples, practice activities, and an evaluation to identify verbs in sentences and pictures. The lesson plan provides details on procedures, learning resources, applications of concepts, and a reflection.

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The document outlines a lesson plan on multiplying fractions in simple and mixed forms. It includes objectives, subject matter, learning experiences such as motivation, presentation of sample problems, and evaluation. Students will learn to change mixed numbers to improper fractions, multiply numerators and denominators, and reduce to lowest terms when multiplying fractions.

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The document is the K to 12 Curriculum Guide for Mathematics from Kindergarten to Grade 10 in the Philippines. It outlines the conceptual framework, brief course description, learning area standards, key stage standards, grade level standards, and sample grade level content for Grade 1. The goals of mathematics education are developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. Key concepts include numbers, measurement, geometry, patterns and algebra, and probability and statistics. The curriculum is based on theories of experiential learning, constructivism, and inquiry-based learning.

Integrative lesson plan in science

This lesson plan is for a kindergarten science class and has the following objectives:
1) Identify things plants need to grow
2) Identify common plants in the community
3) Determine the sizes of plants
The lesson will include singing a song about planting seeds, presenting a poem about a plant's growth, discussing what plants need and counting common plants in the school garden. Students will then work in groups to arrange pictures from the poem in order and mold shapes of plants, fruits, leaves or flowers out of clay. Finally, students will sort pictures of plants by size and complete a coloring assignment about caring for plants.

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The document outlines 8 guiding principles for teaching and learning in a multilingual environment:
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2) Strong development of the first language facilitates learning additional languages and academic achievement.
3) Using multiple languages enhances cognitive flexibility and higher-order thinking.
4) Discovery learning occurs through guided practice and application of new concepts.
5) Active learning through peer interaction, hands-on activities, and discussion helps build confidence.
6) Language learning requires a focus on both meaning and accuracy.
7) Transferring knowledge between languages is normal but may take two years for basic communication skills.
8) Students thrive in welcoming environments that value their home languages

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The document provides guidelines for formal writing style. It recommends introducing the title, author, and theme of a novel in the first paragraph of a thematic essay. The author's last name should be used after introducing their full name, rather than their first name alone. Text citations from the novel should be selective and follow MLA format. Formal writing should avoid slang, abbreviations, contractions, personal pronouns, addressing the teacher, profanity, and directly copying words; instead using original language and sophisticated vocabulary.

Detailed lesson plan in elementary algebra

The lesson plan discusses factoring sums and differences of two cubes. It includes reviewing quadratic trinomials and factoring them. Examples are given of factoring (a + b)(a^2 - ab + b^2) which results in the sum of two cubes, and (a - b)(a^2 + ab + b^2) which results in the difference of two cubes. The key difference in signs between the examples is explained. Students will learn to factor sums and differences of two cubes.

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The document outlines a 3-year sustainability plan for the Gulayan sa Paaralan Project at Longos Elementary School. The plan aims to:
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2) Conduct regular assessments of project accomplishments in each grade level to evaluate implementation.
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- 1. Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics 2 I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to: a. follow the steps in dividing 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number; b. solve 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number without remainder; c. appreciate the value of sharing in oneโs own life; d. perform the operation of division.; II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Dividing Two Digit numbers by a One Digit number without remainder. B. Textbook: Math for Smart Kids pages 153-157 C. Materials: Instructional Materials, PowerPoint Presentation, Banana III METHODOLOGY Teacherโs Activity Pupilโs Activity A. Priming Activating Knowledge Learning Task 1-Review Last time we discussed about what? What are the 3 parts of division equation? What is a dividend? How about a divisor? Correct! What do we call to the answer in division? Very good! All your answers are correct. Now, class I have here an exercise about the parts of division equation. (The teacher will call one pupil to read the directions.) Directions: Identify if the encircled digit is a Dividend, Divisor, or Quotient. Write your answer on the space provided. _______ 1. รท 4 = 3 _______ 2. 28 รท 7 = _______ 3. 12 รท = 6 _______4. 24 รท 4 = _______5. 42 รท = 7 The Parts of Division Equation. The 3 Parts of Division Equation are Dividend, Divisor, Quotient. Dividend is a number that being divided. A divisor is a number that divides the dividend. The answer in division is called quotient. (The pupil will do as told) Dividend 1. รท 4 = 3 Quotient 2. 28 รท 4 = Divisor 3. 12 รท = 6 Quotient 4. 24 รท 4 = Divisor 5. 42 รท = 7 12 di git nu m be rs by a 1 di git nu m 12 di git nu m be rs by a 1 di git nu m 2 m be r wi th ou t re m 4 nu 4 nu m be r wi th ou t re m ai 6 m be r wit ho ut re 4 nu 6 m be r wi th 4 nu 2 m be r wi th ou t re m 4 nu 7 77 47 7n u m be r wi th ou t 6 m be r wit ho ut re 4 nu 6 m be r wi th 4 nu
- 2. Very good! All your answers are correct! Do you have any question question in our previous lesson? Learning Task-2 Drill Letโs have a game! I need 3 representatives from each group. I have here a basic division equation on the board. All you have to do is to give the correct answer. Form a line, the first pupil in the line will answer first, followed by the second and up to the last member.. The group who will get the highest score will be the winner. Iโm going to rate you according to your speed and accuracy. Is that clear? Group 1 Group 2 Group___ got the highest score, so group ___ is the winner. B. LessonDevelopment Activity 1 Learning Task-3 Motivation What occasion is nearly coming? Why do we celebrate Christmas? Yes, it is. Group 1 Group 2 Christmas We celebrate Christmas because it is the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. 8 รท 2=8 รท 2= 25 รท 5=25 รท 5= 36 รท 6=36 รท 6= 8 รท 2=48 รท 2=4 25 รท 5=525 รท 5=5 36 รท 6=636 รท 6=6
- 3. Correct! Learning Task-4 Presentation (The teacher will tell a story about Santa Claus) Now class Iโm going to tell a story. But before that what are the standards to be followed in listening to a story? Very good! I expect you to behave well. Santa Claus lives in a nice city called Santa Claus Ville. Every day he works hard, in wrapping gifts for children. Santa Claus is very generous. He loves to share. He looks for good children all over the land. He always sure to have with him a bundle of toys. For the good little girls and little boys. One day when Santa Claus is walking along the street he saw 3 children, but he has only 51 candies left in his bag. So, Santa Claus divides the candies equally to the children. Santa Claus was very happy to see the smile on the face of the children. 2. Analysis Who are the characters in the story? What can you say about Santa Claus? For you class, is it important to share? Why? Now class Santa has a problem he wants to find out the total amount of candies did each child receive? Do you want to help him? (The teacher will present the word problem.) Sit properly. Be quiet. Listen carefully. The characters in the story are Santa Claus and the children. He is very generous. Yes, because when we share we can make people happy. Yes, teacher.
- 4. Santa Claus has 51 candies. He divides it equally to the 3 children. Santa Claus wants to find out , how many candies did each child receive in all? What is the problem of Santa Claus? Based on the problem, what are given? What is the number to be divided? How about the number that will be divided to 51? What do you think is the operation to be used in the given problem? Why do you think we need to use division as our operation? Correct! How do we write the sign in division? (The teacher will call a pupil.) Very good! To easily solve the problem we need to follow these Steps in Dividing 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number. The Steps in Dividing 2 Digit Numbers by a 1 Digit Number without remainder are: STEP 1 Divide the dividend by the divisor STEP 2 Multiply the answer with the divisor STEP 3 Subtract STEP 4 Bring down the ones digit STEP 5 Repeat the steps from 1,2,3 Again class, what are given? Now class, we need to use this division sign in order for us to easily solve the problem. He wants to find out, how many candies did each child receive in all? 51 candies and 3 children 51 3 Division We need to use division because we need to divide the candies equally. (The pupil will draw the sign on the board.) รท 51 and 3
- 5. So, we write the equation like this. What is the first step in the dividing 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number? What digit is in the tens place? What is the divisor? Now letโs us divide 5 divided by 3 is equal to what ______? Very good! What is the next step? What is the quotient? So now class, we need to multiply 1 times 3 equals _____. What is the third step? We need to subtract 5 to 3. What will be the answer? Class, what is the step 4? What digit is in the ones place? Let us bring down the ones digit. Step 1 Divide the dividend by the divisor 5 3 1 STEP 2 Multiply the answer with the divisor 1 1 3 Step 3 Subtract 1 -3 2 STEP 4 Bring down the ones digit. 1
- 6. What is the last step? Now let us do this again. What is the step 1? In this case we need to divide 21 divided by 3 is equal to what? Very good! Again, what is the second step? Let us multiply 7 by 3. Is how many? What is the third step? So, 21 minus 21 equals to what? Now Class, what is the quotient? What is 17 in the word problem? Very good! (The teacher will give another examples) Learning Task-5 Fixing Skills Class Iโm going to group you into two groups. But before that, what are the standards to be followed in having a group activity? STEP 5 Repeat the steps from 1,2,3 Step 1 Divide the dividend by the divisor 17 -3 21 STEP 2 Multiply the answer with the divisor 17 -3 21 21 STEP 3 Subtract 17 -3 21 -21 0 17 It is the total amount of candies each child received in all. Be cooperative. Be quiet. Listen carefully.
- 7. Very good! I have here an envelope. Each envelope has an activity card and the materials that you will use in your group activity. All you have to do is to analyze the given problem and find its quotient. The leader of the group will present their work. I will give you 5 minutes to finish your work. I will rate you according to your speed and accuracy. Is that clear? Activity Card Group 1 Rudolph bakes 3 pies a day. How many days will it take him to bake 36 pies? Activity Card Group 2 The 5 elves are roasting 65 ears of corn. How many ears of corn will each elf get? 3. Abstraction What are the steps in dividing 2 digit numbers by a 1 digit number without remainder? Very well said! Yes, it is. The Steps in Dividing 2 Digit Numbers by a 1 Digit Number without remainder are: STEP 1 Divide the dividend by the divisor STEP 2 Multiply the answer with the divisor STEP 3 Subtract STEP 4 Bring down the ones digit STEP 5 Repeat the steps from 1,2,3
- 8. 4. Application Now, letโs have a game! It is boys vs. Girls. The game is called โEAT ME FIRSTโ. I need 2 representatives from the boys and girls. Youโre going to eat first the banana in order for you to answer the given division equation on the board. The first pupil in the line will answer first follow by the last member. The group who will finish first and got the correct answers will be the winner. I am going to rate you according to your speed and accuracy. Is that clear class? Directions: Find the quotient: __ 1. 3/36 __ 2 2 /26 Yes, it is. IV. Evaluation Directions: Find the quotient: 1. 2 /24 ____ 2. 3 /63 ___ 3. 2 /42 ___ 4. 4 /48 ___ 5. 5 /65 V. Assignment Directions: Find the quotient: __ 1. 9/ 99 __ 2. 3 /60 __ 3. 5 /55 __ 4. 6/66 __ 5. 2/46
- 9. Union College Santa Cruz, Laguna A Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics Grade 2 MR. LITO F. NOROรA Director Teacher Education Program MR. REDENTOR L. ABADIER Principal Director, UCSIPS MS. MECHILLE B. CALCETAS Cooperating Teacher EDEN W. VILLAFLOR Student Teacher