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KPLI BC (SR) – MATEMATICS MINOR

Lesson Plan for KBSR Mathematics

General Particulars
 Class : 2 Excellent
 Time : 8:30 a.m ~ 9:30 a.m
 Duration : 1 hour
 Subject : Mathematics Year 2
 Topic : Shape And Space
 Learning area : Introduction of Three-Dimensional Shapes ( 3-D
Shapes)

Skill Acquire
 Craft making
 Counting
 Listening and reading

Previous Knowledge
 The pupils had learned naming and grouping 3-D Shapes in KBSR
Mathematics Year 1.

Learning Objectives
 By the end of the lesson, pupils will be taught to understand and use the
vocabulary related to 3-D shapes.
 Pupils will be able to identify the appearance of a three-dimensional shape
as a whole: a) in drawing. b) in different positions.

Assimilation of Moral Values


 Pupils are able to practice recycling by producing handicraft by using
recyclable things like toilet roll, mineral water bottles, all kinds of paper box
and etc collected by themselves.

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 Pupils learn to love and care for the environment.

Integration of Knowledge and Skills


 Pupils develop creativity by craft making using recyclable things.
 Pupils learn to recognize and differentiate all 3-D shapes taught during lesson
development by producing their own handicraft.

Steps Remarks/
Skill Teaching & Learning Activities
(Duration) Teaching Aids
Set Induction Teacher enters the class by wearing a Santa Claus’s hat
( 8 mins) Santa Claus’s hat to induce the
interest among students and as an
introduction to this lesson on the topic
of Shape and Space.

Lesson Observation 1. Teacher shows one 3-D shape (for  3-D shapes
Development e.g. cube) model to students. models for
(20 mins) 2. Pupils are required to observe the cube, cuboid,
appearance of the shape shown by cylinder,
the teacher. cone, pyramid
and sphere.
Logical thinking 3. Pupils are asked to give example of
and making actual objects shown earlier during
comparison the session of introduction which
have the similar shape with the
shape showing now. E.g. a dice has
the 3-D shape of cube.

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Listening and 4. Teacher calls out the name of the


reciting shape after the students have given
examples.
5. Students are required to repeat the
name of the shape shown.

Repeat steps 1-5 for cuboid, cylinder,


cone, pyramid and sphere.

Listening and Lastly, teacher doing revision by


answer showing every shape taught one by
one and students are asked to call out
their names spontaneously.

Conclusion Craft making 1. Group pupils into 4.


2. Show handicraft of 3-D shape
Consolidation Counting
(20 mins) made by recyclable things which
shall be done by teacher prior to
this lesson.
3. Pupils are required to produce
their own handicraft by using
recyclable things of 3-D shapes
according to their own creativity.
4. Pupils are asked to present
their own works. During
presentation, they are asked to
identify the various shapes that
had been used to produce the
handicraft and count the number
for each shape.
5. Pupils are asked to write the
See Appendix 1
numbers of 3-D shapes in a table

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as class worksheet. The table is


shown as in Appendix 1.

 Teacher is able to evaluate the


Evaluation
(7 mins) acquirement of knowledge of
students for this lesson taught.

Closure  Teacher praise the creativity of


(5 mins) the pupils in doing handicraft with
the 3-D shapes and their co-
operation during the activities.
 Teacher leads the class to revise
3-D shapes in drawing and Homework:
different positions. Appendix 2

Appendix 1: Class Worksheet

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3-D Shapes Numbers of Shapes

Appendix 2: Homework

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