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UNIVERSITI BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
ICT IN PRIMARY SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS(PS 0270)DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (IN-SERVICE)TOPIC: MeasurementSUB-TOPIC: Clock ± What time will it be?MUHAMMAD NAJIB BIN HAJI MAIDIN ± 10D0013
LECTURER DR LEONG

Question: Choose one topic either from Geometry, Measurement or Data analysis &Probability.The lesson will contents Topic, Year/Grade, Specific Objective, Learning Outcome, step bystep and add another plan if No network and computer break down.Date of submission is after Semester Break (Week 9)
Topic:
Measurement ± Clock (Match Clock)
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Specific Objective:
1)

D
istinguish between Face (analog) clock and
D
igital Clock.2)

Understand the numbers are used in describing the passage of time.3)

Match the time display link between the First Clock and second Clock.
Learning Outcome
:Learn and understand to recognize minuteand hour on both face (analog) and digital clocks.

The topic of this lesson is about
Measurement
and the sub-topic is
what time will it be
which
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r Leong has chosenon 24
th
August 2010 for my homework. The lesson divided into
two
teaching methods. There are:1.

Using computer and network (internet). Students can go to Virtual manipulativelink:http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/category_g_2_t_4.html.2.

Manual teaching if no network or computer breakdown.
Introduction using Virtual manipulative Website
:The Clock manipulative allows the user control of the hands of the Face Clock and because of the linking possible between the Face Clock and the
D
igital Clock, this manipulative can helpyoung students to tell time with the two styles of clocks they are most likely to encounter.For example, with a projection unit, students can set either clock to specified times. While theclass is learning to read time on Face Clocks, the teacher or one student with the mouse canchallenge the class to read the time shown on the (unlinked) clock being projected for the class.