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DAILY LESSON PLAN 2010SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
Class: 1 D Dates: 19.01.2010Time: 10.20 am ± 11.40 am Week: 3Topic : 2.
NUMBER PATTERNS AND SEQUENCES
Subtopic : The Number Patterns and SequencesLearning Objectives : 1.1 Recognize and extend number patterns and sequences formed by counting on andcounting back in intervals of any size.Learning Outcomes : At the end of this lesson, the students will be able to:
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Describe the pattern of a given number sequence.
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xtend number sequences.
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Complete missing terms in given number sequences.
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Construct number sequences based on given patterns.CCTS : Working out mentally, identifying relationship. Noble Values : Systematic, concentration.Teaching Aids : Text Book, work book.Activities : Relate number sequence to patterns in real-life situations,
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x. Odd numbers are used as addresses of houses on one side of the road and evennumbers on the other.Teacher gives exercise to student.Reflection :
DAILY LESSON PLAN 2010SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
Class: 1 D Dates: 21.01.2010Time: 11.00 am ± 11.40 am Week: 3Topic : 2.
NUMBER PATTERNS AND SEQUENCES
Subtopic : Odd and
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ven Numbers

Learning Objectives : 2.2 Recognize odd and even numbers and make general statements about them.Learning Outcomes : At the end of this lesson, the students will be able to:
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dentify and describe odd and even numbers.
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ake general statements about odd and even numbers.CCTS : Working out mentally, identifying relationship. Noble Values : Systematic, concentration.Teaching Aids : Text Book, work book.Activities : Relate number sequence to patterns in real-life situations,
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xplore general statements about odd and even numbers such as:a.

The sum of odd and even numbers. b.

The product of odd and even numbers.c.

The difference between odd and even numbers.Teacher gives exercise to student.Reflection :

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