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# Lesson Plan

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Lesson Author
First and Last Name: SYAWANI , HUWAIDA, SARAS
School Name: IPTI
School City: JOHOR BAHRU
School State: JOHOR

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Lesson Overview
Lesson Plan Title: The usage of percentage in daily life
Curriculum-Framing Questions
Essential Question How do we utilize percentage to daily life?
How do we apply?
How do we calculate the increase and decrease in value?
Unit Questions
How do we find the quantity represented by the percentage?
Why do we need to understand the percentage?
Finding the percentage of a number out of another.
Determine the new values and total values.
Content Questions Use suitable examples from daily life.

Lesson Summary

The percentage is essential in life. However, many people do not realize its application in their daily
life. We have 30 students. The teacher will prepare the things to sell. We ask them to divide
themselves into 6 groups. 3 group of buyers and 3 group of sellers. The sellers will decide the
price and the discount percentage of the products. The buyers have to decide which group
offers the lowest price with minimal guidance from the teacher. The idea is the student can
learn to choose the best price for the same product from different sellers.
We will ask each group of buyers to decide their choice and present their reasons. Then we
evaluate and explain if there is a mistake. After that they will switch the position and do the
same procedure. They will repeat the same procedure until they have a better understanding

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Subject Area(s): Click box(es) of the subject(s) that your lesson targets
Mathematics Science Art:
Economics Regional Language Commerce:
Statistics Physical Education Other: ICT
Music Environmental Studies
Language Arts Home Science
Social Studies
11-12 13-15
16-17 Resource

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School Examination Board Guidelines:
Student Objectives and Learning Outcomes:

Students
Students collect data from three different sellers so as to:
• Compare data from the three sellers
• Interpret the collected data.
• Make conclusions based on these comparisons

## Lesson Outcomes Include:

• Use the Statistics Method (i.e. percentage) to calculate the collected data.
• Use spreadsheet to organize and analyze data and to present their calculation
• Make conclusions supported with critical reasoning.
• Study the issue of marketing.
• Learn to conduct a collaborative study and make comparative analyses.
• Collect important information regarding the different types of offer, analyze the information
and reach conclusions
• Evaluate results and present mathematically (percentage calculation).
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Skills developed:
 Students develop the skill of observation.
 Students develop the skill of leadership & organizing.
 Students develop the skill of collecting, analyzing & presenting data.
 Students acquire the skill of developing and presenting an offer.
 Students develop creative & artistic skills.
 Students learn to collaborate and work in teams in class.

Procedures:

Plan outline:
The Christ church school is situated at the bank of the river Cooum. The river Cooum has lost its
original image and is no more a place for the nature lovers. Students from Class VII decide to
work on the issue and propose plan of action.
Students are divided into 3 groups and guided to make a comparative study of the properties and
features of 2 rivers across the 2 Indian states: River Cooum in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and river
Periyar in Cochin, Ernakulam, Kerala. Collaboration with students of the Choice High School of
Ernakulam, Kerala is made for this project. Students of both schools exchange information and
notes regarding the issue of river pollution and its impact through email and a planned interactive
activity.
A field trip is arranged to the location of the Rivers Cooum and Periyar. Students collect water
samples and hand over to the Water analysis Dept. to conduct its analysis - in terms of
temperature, dissolved oxygen and bacterial growth. Causes of water pollution in river Cooum
are analyzed. Effects of water pollution are discussed -The impact on human health is seen in
high incidence of Diseases, typhoid, cholera, and jaundice. An interview is arranged with a
doctor for the same. Findings are discussed and presented in a multimedia project A newsletter
is created to trace the history of river Cooum and compare it with its present condition. Students
understand that this present condition has been brought about by man’s negligence and discuss
through a website a plan of action including control measures and steps to be taken in the city to
prevent further water pollution; the role of WAMP (Citizens' Waterways Monitoring Programme),
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STEP (Student Exnora programme) and government initiatives to clean the city waterways are
also highlighted.
Technology – Hardware: (Click boxes of all equipment needed)
Camera Video Camera VCR
Computer(s) Printer Other:
Digital Camera Projection System Other:
Tape Recorder Scanner Other:
Internet Connection Television

## Technology – Software: (Click boxes of all software needed.)

Database/Spreadsheet Image Processing Web Page Development
Desktop Publishing Internet Web Browser Word Processing
E-mail Software Multimedia Other:
Encyclopedia on CD-ROM
Printed Materials: Statistics textbook from library.

## Guidelines to the students-safety equipment like bright

Supplies: clothing, rubber boots, masks, pen, paper, computer and
transport to the selected streets.
Brochures from City Council
Resources:

## Field trip to the different streets.

Visit to the library.
Others:
Guest speaker – Representative from the City Council.
Online collaboration with students of Choice school.
Accommodations to support different levels of learners in your classroom
Students will undertake the task of creating at least 2 slides,
and 1 page each for the newsletter and website. The
Resource Student: Collection of information from internet.
Guiding the presentation after analysis of the data.
Guiding students in all groups.
Undertaking a special assignment on road safety.
Group Internet activity: assessment as per scoring rubric
Group activity for students: assessment as per scoring rubric
Student Assessment: Assignment for students: assessment as per scoring rubric
Evaluation for students’ presentation, newsletter and website
as per rubrics
City Council, Central Business District (CBD), Traffic
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