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LESSON PLAN

SCIENCE 3

I - Name different liquids around us + describe the liquids based on their observable
characteristics
II - Naming different liquids around us + describing the liquids based on their
observable characteristics.

• Materials glass of water, juice in a cup, shampoo


(T6- page 13, LM page 8-9)

III –

A. Motivation
- Show pictures of different liquids

B. Review
- Show pupils the materials + explain briefly what is reported to them to
accomplish in doing the activity.
- Divide the class into small groups. Materials are divided into small groups.
- Materials are divided into sets for each group
- Let the pupils do the activity.
- Ask the pupils to:
Name the materials for the activity. Determine whether they are solid or
liquid.
- What are the characteristic of the solids + liquids?
- Discuss with children

Generalization:

- Can you find liquids around us? In school, at home, in the community?

IV – Underline the liquid:

1. Stone, Juice, Paper


2. Tea, Glass, Spoon
3. Water, Bowl, Plate
4. Cup, Coffee, Stick
5. Lotion, Salt, Sugar

V – At home, find different liquids in a container


LESSON PLAN

MATHEMATICS

I – Subtract 3 to 4 digit numbers from 3 to 4 – digit no. with regrouping

II – Subtracting 3 to 4 digit numbers from 3 to 4 digit no.

Value Focus:

- Importance of planting trees

Materials:

- Chart
- Flash cards
- Show me board

A. Drill
Flash Cards :
- Let the pupils who know the answer and stand and say the answer
B. Review
- The pupils recall the concept of subtraction of 2- digit numbers with
regrouping. Give them time to value the problem then ask them to show their
answer

C.

Motivation:

- Ask who among them have experienced planting trees


- Discuss briefly the importance of trees in the environment

Developmental Article:

- Present the problem on a chart


- Ask what is the activity about?
- Lead the pupils to represent numbers
- Discuss how to arrive the correct answer.
D. Promote Exercises
- Divide the class into 3 groups. Provide the activity cards
- What is the difference if you take away 3,5,4,1 from 6,2,7,5 ?
- How much is 2,8, 7 than 7,4,0,9 ?
- How much greater is 5 2 7 than 2,6,3 ?

IV - Evaluation / Assessment

How pupils work an activity 4 of the learner’s material

1.) 578 2.) 7243 3.) 6252 4.) 7422 5.) 6163
– 2564 - 2115 - 2124 -2512 - 3516

V- Answer activity 5 in the LM and work this at home.