Algebraic Expression III | Factorization | Fraction (Mathematics)

# DAILY LESSON PLAN

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Topic / Theme : Chapter 31 : Algebraic Expression III 31.1 Expansion involving single brackets Learning Objectives : Students will be taught to 1. Understand and use the concept of expanding brackets Learning Outcomes : 1. Expand single brackets 2. Expand two brackets Activities : 1. To expand single brackets which contain linear algebraic terms, we multiply the term outside the bracket to each algebraic terms in the bracket 2. When expansion involves two brackets, multiply each term in the first bracket to every term in the second bracket. If there are like terms, group them together and simplify

( a + b) 2 * ( a −b) 2

= a 2 + 2ab + b 2 = a 2 − 2ab + b 2

( p + q )( p − q ) = p 2 − q 2

Language Focus : -nonePedagogy : Thinking Skills - visualising Contextual, Multiple Intelligence - spatial Multiple Intelligence – interpersonal Thinking systematically. Values : Thinking rationally, being systematic, responsibility Reflection :

DAILY LESSON PLAN

Understand and use the concept of factorisation of algebraic expression to solve problems Learning Outcomes : 1. list out all the factors for each algebraic term and find out the factors which are common 4. When an algebraic term is divisible by a number or an algebraic term. To find the HCF. Then find out the common prime factors for the algebraic r=terms and multiply these common prime factors 6. State factors of an algebraic term State common factors and the HCF for several algebraic term Factorise algebraic expressions by using common factor Factorise algebraic expressions by expressing algebraic expression in the form of the difference of two square Activities : 1. this number or term is known as its factor * to find all the factors of an algebraic term. 4. To find the common factors for several algebraic terms. 3. we express it as a product of two terms 2. Algebraic fractions are fraction with either its numerator or denominator or both having algebraic expression . Factorisation of algebraic expression:  Factorisation by expressing an algebraic expression as a product of its HCF and another algebraic expression 2 2  a − b = ( a ± b )( a b )  x2 – 2xy + y2 = ( x – y )2  x2 + 2xy + y2 = ( x + y )2 7. Common factors for several algebraic terms are factors which are common to all the given algebraic terms 3. The highest common factor (HCF) is the largest of the common factors 5. 2.Class Date Time Venue Attendance Topic / Theme : Chapter 31 : Algebraic Expression III 31.2 Factorisation of algebraic expression Learning Objectives : Students will be taught to 1. express each algebraic term as aproduct of its prime factors.

spatial Multiple Intelligence – interpersonal Thinking systematically. responsibility DAILY LESSON PLAN . Multiple Intelligence . Values : Thinking rationally. Algebraic fractions can be simplified by  dividing the numerator and denominator by their common factors  factorising the numerator or denominator or both and the divide the numerator and denominator bt their common factors Language Focus : -nonePedagogy : Thinking Skills .8.visualising Contextual. being systematic.