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# Lesson Plan 2

LESSON OUTCOME:

LESSON STRUCTURE:
Time Introduction (Set): Teaching Approaches

15-20
minutes

Prior to teaching, the teacher will take the clock down.
The teacher will take the students outside and play
Whats the time Mr. Wolf to allow the children to
understand numbers and oclock values. This activity will
also allow children to run around and exert energy before
sitting down to complete a worksheet activity.

Fun game activity

5
minutes

The teacher will ask the students what clocks help us do.
Anticipated answer: they tell us what time it is, they tell us
when we need to do certain things eg. Come in from
recess, lunchtime

Questioning

10
minutes

The teacher will introduce the pre-test activity by
providing students with a blank clock and asking students
to draw a clock by putting all the numbers on the clock.

Pre-test worksheet

10
minutes

Once students have completed that, the teacher will ask
students to draw their favourite time on their clock and
write what they do at that time which makes it their
favourite time.

Worksheet continued

Time Conclusion: Teaching Approaches
Students will partially meet this outcome:
When they can identify what an analogue clock looks like
When they can draw an analogue clock with all the numbers in the correct order and
location

Unit/Topic: Mathematics Date: 12/05/2014

Key Learning Area: Measurement & Geometry using units of measurement

Year Level: Grade 1

Outcomes: This lesson is linked with the following curriculum outcome from AUSVELS:
Tell time to the half-hour (ACMMG020)

10
minutes
The teacher will ask students to bring their clocks to the
floor once finished and ask some students to come up the
front and talk about their favourite time.

Student presentation

RESOURCES:
(Include equipment required for class and/or for teacher preparation)

SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS/MATERIALS:
ASSESSMENT
ASSESSMENT:

REFLECTION:

Blank clock worksheet
N/A
The teacher will move around the classroom while students are completing their worksheets to
observe where students have put the numbers on their clocks. The teacher will collect all worksheets
at the end of the activity to go through each students piece of work. The teacher will then be able to
assess who is meeting the outcome and who needs further skill development in this area. There will
be a follow on activity for students to continue to learn about clocks/time.