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# Satit Demonstration School of Songkhla Rajabhat University

## Mathematics Lesson Plan

Subject/Course Mathematics
Topic Area
Lesson Title Area of Square and Rectangle
Teacher Desy Rahmalia
Level : Prathon Select Level : 5 Lesson Duration : 1 x 50 minutes

Learning Objectives :
a. Students are able to recognize and explain the different counting techniques or
formulas that can be used to find the area of square and rectangles.
b. Students are able to find the area of a square and rectangle given its length and the
width.

Learning Activities :
Learning Method : Lectures, discussion, and assignment.
Learning Media: White board, ruler, mark, number heads, lottery numbers, rewards.

Summary of Task :

## Step Learning Experiences Time

Allocation
Introduction 1. Teacher enters the classroom, greets the
students and introducing self.
2. Apperception: remind the student about
the lesson in the last meeting.
3. Goal : Teacher informs the students that
they are going to learn about how to find
the area of a square and rectangle by
counting techniques and formulas.
4. Teacher gives motivation to the students
with explanation how important to study
how to find the area of square and
rectangle.
5. Teacher explains the learning model that
will be used to students, namely NHT
Main 1. Teacher give a few words about the area
Activities of a square and rectangle.
 Teacher give some examples and
guiding students to complete the
example.
 Asking if students still have questions
or not.
2. Students are divided into small group and
teacher gives the number heads and
worksheet.
3. Teacher asks the students to do all the
questions given on a worksheet. Students
working the worksheet with the group.
4. Students collect their worksheet to the
teacher, the teacher drew a number of
groups and number of heads will answer
the question forward, one by one.
5. Teachers give rewards to the best group,
the group that obtained the highest score.
Clossing 1. Teacher guides students to make
conclusion.
2. Teacher gives students individual test.
3. Teacher closes the meeting.
Materials:
 Definitions of AREA : The area of a shape is the number of unit squares that can be
contained within it. The unit square is usually some standard unit, like a square meter, a
square foot, or a square inch.

 Definitions of RECTANGLE : 4-sided shape with straight sides where all interior angles
are right angles (90°). Also opposite sides are parallel and of equal length.

 Definitions of SQUARE : a regular quadrilateral, which means that it has four equal sides
and four equal angles (90° or right angles). It can also be defined as a rectangle in which
two adjacent sides have equal length.

Example (1) How to find the area of a square and rectangle below?

1) Counting techniques

1 1 square unit

1 2 3 1 2

## 4 5 6 9 square units 3 4 6 square units

7 8 9 5 6
2) Formulas

1 1 square unit
1

1 2 3 Area = 3 + 3 + 3
=3×3
1 2 3 Side = 3 Area = S × S
= 9 square
1 2 3 units

Side = 3

1 2 Area =2+2+2
=3×2
1 2 Width = 3 Area = L × W
= 9 square

1 2 units

Length = 2
Example (2) Determine the area!

1 cm

3 cm
2 cm

1 cm

3 cm

3 cm

1 A = L × W = 2 × 1 = 2 cm2
1 cm 1

2 A = L × W = 1 × 3 = 3 cm2

2 3 cm
2 cm 3 A = L × W = 2 × 1 = 2 cm2

1 cm 3
The area of this shape is :
A = 2 + 3 + 2 = 7 cm2
1 cm
Group ____________________
Name :
1 ____________________
2 ____________________
3 ____________________
4 ____________________

## Area of Square and Rectangle: Worksheet 1

Find the area of the squares and rectangles using any method you want. Show your
work on the worksheet. Also, do not forget to include units.

1) 2)

## Area ________ Area ________

3)
Area _______

4)

Area _______
Given the length of the sides, find the area and perimeter of the rectangles using any
method you want. Show your work on the worksheet. Also, do not forget to include the
proper units.

1)
Area _______
5 cm

5 cm

6 cm
8 cm

2)
2 cm
Area _______
15 cm

3) 6 cm

2 cm
Area _______
8 cm

2,5 cm

2 cm
Name ____________________

## Area of The Square and Rectangle: Homework

27 m

3m 6m 8m

10 m 3m
21 m

9m

30 m

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