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# Lesson Plan Subject: Mathematics Class: Tahun 5 Mutiara Date: 06-02-2014 Time: 8.50 a.m. 9.50 a.m.

. (1 hour) Learning Section: Improper Fractions Learning Objective: Compare the value of improper fractions with denominators up to 10. Number of pupils: 38

Existing Knowledge: Students know how to compare value of fractions precisely. Learning outcome: In the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1. Compare the value of improper fractions with denominators up to 10. Example: is bigger than .

KBKK: Generating ideas, understanding and remember. Moral Values: Careful Pupils carry out activities carefully to get the correct parts. Tools and Materials: Circular cut-outs, worksheets.

## Steps / Time Set Induction

Content

Teachers Activities

Studentss Activities

Note

Recalls

## the 1. Teacher comparison

recalls of value

the 1. Students get the paper strips BBM: of and fold it as ordered by teacher. 2. Students pay attention on Papan hitam, paper strips. KBKK: Generating Ideas Moral Values: Share equally.

comparison of of

## (8 minute) value fractions.

fractions to pupils by posing questions such as: Can you tell which fraction is bigger, or ?

teacher explanation.

2. Teacher distributes a piece of paper strip to every pupil and asks pupils to fold the paper strips. Fold first strip paper into 2 parts, write in each part

and shade 1 part of it. Fold second strip paper into 8 parts, write in each

## again such as: Which strip of paper has a

larger shaded area? 4. Teacher introduces the topic being taught the today, thats of

Compare

Value

Improper Fractions. Step 1 (15 min) Teaching and learning activity of 1. Teacher provides each group 1. Pupils get the circular cut-outs BBM: of pupils (3 pupils in 1 group) with 2 similar circular cut-outs. and fold it as ordered by teacher. Circular cut-outs, blackboard. KBKK: Understanding and remember. Moral value: Careful. 2 circular

comparison of 2. Teacher asks pupils to fold 2. Pupils pay attention on the value of improper fraction. both circular cut-outs into 2 explanation by teacher.

equal parts, draw the line and 3. Pupils try to compare the value colour 3 parts. 3. Teacher asks pupils to write the fraction of the coloured parts ( ). 4. Teacher provides each group with another of improper fractions.

cut-outs. 5. Teacher asks pupils to divide both circular cut-outs into 3 equal parts. Ask them to draw the line and colour 5 parts.

6. Teacher asks pupils to write the fraction of the coloured parts ( ). 7. Teacher asks pupils to fold the first 2 circular cut-outs ( ) into 6 equal parts. Count the number of the coloured parts ( ). Cut out the coloured parts. 8. Teacher asks pupils to fold the second 2 circular cut-outs ( ) into 6 parts also. Count the number of the coloured parts ( ). Cut out the coloured parts. 9. Teacher such as: Which is bigger in size? ( is bigger than ). poses a question

10. Pupils carry out activities carefully to get the correct parts.

## 1. Teacher asks pupils to go back 1. Pupils to their own seats.

pay

attention

on Resources: Blackboard

## explanation from teacher.

comparison of 2. Teacher emphasizes that to 2. Pupils which being called try to value of improper fractions with examples. compare two improper

solve the questions being posed Moral values: by teacher. Pay attention

fractions, both fractions must have the same denominator. 3. Teacher poses some

## examples and asks pupils to solve the problem on

blackboard. E.g: Compare the improper fractions. Which is bigger? (a) Step 2 ( 15 min ) and distributes 3. Pupils get the worksheets and try Resource: to pupils as to finish it on given time. Worksheets. Moral values: Diligent and independent.

## 1. Teacher lesson questions.

summarizing by posing

answer

the

## posted Resources Posing questions by teacher Moral values

questions precisely.

## 2. Teacher posing the questions

2. Pupils answer the teacher that: Both fractions must have the same denominator.

## i. If we want to compare 2 i. improper fractions, what

must we do first before compare them? 3. Teacher gives homework by asking pupils to do practice on page 34 in text book. 3. Pupils listen to teachers order.

Reflection