Time Year No. Of Pupils Subject Topic Learning Area / Sub Topic Learning Objective Learning Outcomes 45 minutes Five 23 pupils Mathematics Shape and Space Composite Two-Dimensional Shapes Pupils will be taught to : Find the area of composite 2-D shapes. At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to : 1. Calculate the area of the following composite 2-D shapes. a) square and square, b) rectangle and rectangle, c) square and rectangle Pupils have learnt : Area concept of 2-D shapes on Year 4 The formula of the area of a shape. Discovering, measuring, calculating, transferring Confidence, reasoning, independent, cooperate Square and rectangle shapes, manila card, glues

Previous Knowledge

Creative & Critical Thinking Skill Moral Values Teaching Aid

manila card Value: Confidence CCTS: Discovering  Introduces composite shape Shape 1: Any combination of 2D shapes a) square and square. b) rectangle and rectangle. 3. SQUARE RECTANGLE Teaching-Learning Activities 1. 2. Teacher distributes two different 2D shapes each of the group of pupils. Pupils are needed to fill the column provided by teacher according to its type whether square or rectangle.Steps Set Induction (5 minutes) Skills & Content  Knowledge about joining 2D shapes: square and rectangle as composite shapes. c) square and rectangle . Teacher joins the different shapes and introduces it as the composite shapes. Remarks/ Teaching Aids Resources/ materials: 2-D shapes(10 pieces).

relating Area of square A: 6 cm x 6 cm = 36 cm2 Area of square B: 4 cm x 4 cm = 16 cm2 Total area: square A+ square B = 36 cm2 +16 cm2 = 52 cm2 Shape 2 2 cm A 5 cm 2 cm B 7 cm Area of rectangle A: 5 cm x 2 cm = 10 cm2 Area of rectangle B: 7 cm x 2 cm = 14 cm2 Total area: rectangle A+ rectangle B = 10 cm2 +14 cm2 = 24 cm2 . Teacher uses the same shapes and labels them individually. Teacher gives another two examples of different shapes. Resources/ materials: Manila cards Value: Confidence CCTS: Calculating. 3. Teacher discusses the answer with pupils.Step 1 (10 minutes)  Calculate the area of the following composite 2-D shapes. 2. 4. A and B. Teacher demonstrates the calculation of the area by using given formula.  Using the basic area formula: Area = Length x Breadth Examples: Shape 1 6 cm 4 cm 6 cm A B 4 cm 1.

Value: Independent. 2. Resources/ materials: Colour paper (2D shapes). 4. Pupils follow the steps to find the composite area. A4 white papers and glues. Resources/ materials: Worksheet 1 Value: Reasoning CCTS: Solving . Teacher discusses the correct answer with the pupils.Shape 3 A B 10 cm 5 cm 3 cm Area of square A: 5 cm x 5 cm = 25 cm2 Area of rectangle B: 10 cm x 3 cm = 30 cm2 Total area: rectangle A+ rectangle B = 25 cm2 +30 cm2 = 55 cm2  Group activity on calculating the area of the following composite 2-D shapes. 4. Teacher distributes shapes to each of groups. Each pupils need to combine the shape according to its colour 3. Pupils are given 5 minutes to answer the question. Teacher checks the answer with other groups. A B Step 2 (15 minutes) 1. Each composite shape need to be glue onto a piece of A4 white paper. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 to the class. 2. cooperate CCTS: Evaluating. 3. solving A B A B Step 3 (10 minutes)  Worksheet 1 1. 4. Pupils present their work in front of the class according to its colour.

Resources/ materials: Worksheet 1 Value: Confidence CCTS: Transferring . 2.Closure 5 minutes  Summarize the lesson “Area of composite shapes can be obtained by adding the area of two shapes. Teacher makes a conclusion. Teacher pick a few of pupils to summarize today’s lesson.” 1.

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