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# Lesson Plan

Subject Class Topic Time/Duration Learning Objective Learning Outcomes 1) Knowledge:

: Mathematics Form 1 : Form 1 Beta : Perimeter and Area : 80 minutes : Understand the concept of perimeter and area of rectangles to solve problems. : By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

(a) State the definition of area (b) Estimate the area of a shape
(c) Find the area of a rectangle, triangle, parallelograms and trapeziums

(d) Solve problems involving area

2) Skill: (a) Using unit squares, grid paper or computer software (b) Use tiles to investigate, explore and make generalization about the: (i) (ii) Perimeter of rectangles having the same area Areas of rectangles having the same perimeter

3) Attitude: (a) Build up cooperation (b) Gain self confidence during the information seeking process.

hear. Reference Book. review and jot notes on the information that they find out b) They chose the suitable information for their task c) The students produce a written report showing their work Step 4: a) Representative from each group present the output b) They will share the information with other pupils Step 5: a) The teacher ask the students about what they had learn and guide them to make conclusion b) The students give their reflection about the lesson c) Teacher give worksheet to the class as a homework .Source : Textbook. Mathematics Glossary. Internet. Collaborative Activities Step 1: a) Set induction b) Students refresh the previous knowledge about the perimeter c) Teacher ask students to arrange the 10 units of tile into various shape Step 2: a) Students are divide into 6 groups and given the group task b) Teacher distribute the worksheet/handout c) Teacher explain how to run the lesson Step 3: a) Students will read.

Worksheet 1: Estimating the Area of a Shape 1) What is the meaning of area? Area is ……………………………………………………… 2) The area of a shape can be estimated using a ……………………. 3) Estimate the area of the shapes below by counting the number of squares covered by it.) . (More than half a squares is counted as one square.

Worksheet 2: Finding the Area of a Rectangle 1) Look at the rectangles below. Count the number of squares in each of them. .

2) Fill the table below Rectangle ABCD KLMN PQRS EFGH Length(l) Width(w) Area: number of squares(A) 3) Make a conclusion from the pattern of the result you get. Area of a rectangle = .

Worksheet 3: Relationship between Perimeter of Rectangles Having the Same Area 1) Fill in the table below by counting the number of square of rectangles above Rectangle ABCD PQRS Area 12 cm2 12 cm2 Perimeter 2) Compare the perimeters of rectangles ABCD and PQRS. Make a conclusion about perimeters of rectangles having the same area. .

Worksheet 4: Relationship between Areas of Rectangles Having the same Perimeter 1) Draw as many rectangles as possible. Rectangle 8cm 4cm 9cm 3cm 10cm 2cm 24 cm 24 cm Perimeter 24 cm Area 24 cm 24 cm 3) Study the table. . each with a perimeter of 24 cm. Make generalization about the areas of rectangles having the same perimeter. 2) Calculate the areas of these rectangles.