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DAILY LESSON PLAN

Date : 4th Mei 2009 (Monday)

Time : 8.30 am until 9.30 am

Class : Year One Sarjana

Number of Pupils : 25

Subject : Mathematics

Topic : Shape and Space

Learning area : Three Dimension Shape (3-D shape)

Learning objectives : Pupils will be taught to:

i. Name of solid shape


ii. Describe and classify common 3-D shapes

Learning outcomes : At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

i. Recognize and name of 3-D solid shape.


ii. Recognize physical model of 3-dimensional shapes with their illustrations.
iii. Relate objects in the environment to geometric figures and match solid
shapes (cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone) to objects.

Previous knowledge : The students have learnt the 2-D shape and know how to describe 2-D
shape.

Moral values : Responsible, cooperative and helpful

Vocabulary : Cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, cone, 3-D shapes, flat faces, edges, corners, curved
faces and solid
Thinking skills : Comparing and contrasting, sequencing
Integration : Communicating in English

Teaching-learning Resources : 1) Puppet

2) 3-Demension models

3) 3-D chart

4) Worksheet

TEACHING AND LEARNING REMARKS


ACTIVITIES
PROCEDURE/ CONTENT
TIME
LOCATED

Set Induction • Introducing the concept of 1. Teacher shows objects of 3- Teaching Method
three-dimension shape with D shape in the 3-D models
(5 minutes)
puppet show. environment such as tissue Moral Values
box, tin can and party hat Cooperative and
to geometric figures. helpful

Thinking Skills
Comparing and
2. Teacher introduce today’s contrasting
topic.
Vocabulary
cube, cylinder,
sphere, cuboid,
cone
Step 1 • Teacher explains the shapes 1. Teacher will be introducing Teaching Method
and guides students to 3-D shapes through puppet Puppet show and 3-
(20 minutes) D models
name those objects. show and names the
• Example: shape. Moral Values
Cooperative and
2. Example: helpful

– cube Thinking Skills


Teacher: “Hi, I am Mr. Comparing and
Cube…I have 6 flat faces, contrasting
12 edges and 8 corners…
Vocabulary
Nice to meet you”.
cube, cylinder,
sphere, cuboid,
3. The show will be continued
cone
with next shapes.
– cylinder
4. Teacher explains the
shapes and describes the
flat faces, edges, curves
and corners.

5. Pupils will be asked to


– cuboid answer the question and
name the shapes again.

– cone

Step 2 Class activity 1. Teacher begins the class Teaching Method


activity with dividing the 3-D models
(15 minutes)
class into two groups. Moral Values
Cooperative and
2. A student selected will be helpful
recognize the shape given
Thinking Skills
by the member later on Comparing and
and name the correct it. Contrasting,
Sequencing.
3. Then, teacher ask selected
Vocabulary
student to put the solid 3-d
cube, cylinder,
shape at the correct place
sphere, cuboid,
to 3-d chart.
cone

Step 3 Class practice 1. Teacher given the Teaching Method


worksheet exercise about Worksheet
(15 minutes)
3-D shape and space. Moral Values
Assessment with worksheet Cooperative and
helpful

Thinking Skills
Comparing and
Contrasting,
Sequencing.

Vocabulary
cube, cylinder,
sphere, cuboid,
cone
Closure Summary of the lesson 1. Teacher concludes the Teaching Method
lessons by asking five Mathematics
(5 minutes) different students to match courseware year 1
name with picture solid
Moral Values
objects or real objects. Cooperative

Thinking Skills
Making conclusion

Vocabulary
cube, cylinder,
sphere, cuboid,
cone