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LESSON PLAN MATH 11 February 2012 (Saturday) Form 1B 4.35 – 5.45pm (70 minutes) 34 Mathematics Form 1 Form 1 Chapter 2: Number Patterns and Sequences 2.5 Prime Factors and 2.6 Multiples

Learning objective : Students will be taught to 1. understand the characteristics and use the knowledge of prime factors of whole numbers. 2. Understand and use the knowledge of multiples of whole numbers. Learning Outcomes : By the end of the lesson, students will be taught to: 1. Determine whether a number is a prime factor of another whole number. 2. List the multiples of whole numbers. 3. Determine whether a number is the multiple of another number. Prior knowledge : Students have learned about: 1. Find prime factor(s) of whole numbers. 2. Students are familiar to multiplication table Teaching Aids Moral values Teacher’s reference : : : White board, white board markers, textbook. Good in mathematical communication, cooperative.

1. Cheang, C.Y. (2002). Mathematics Form One (Volume One). Arus Intelek Sdn. Bhd. Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.

Students’s reference : 1. Cheang, C.Y. (2002). Mathematics Form One (Volume Two). Arus Intelek Sdn. Bhd. Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. STEP/TIME CONTENT TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY NOTES Induction Guidance on 1. Teacher asks students to open textbook exercise 1. Students open textbook page 30. To refresh set homework homework. students’ (+15 exercise. 2. Teacher discusses with students which questions 2. Students discuss with teacher. knowledge about

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they did not know how to do. prime number 3. Teacher asks few students to show their answer in 3. Students do it in front. front. Step 1 1. Teacher discusses with students how to determine 1. Students participate in discussion with Determine (+11minutes whether whether a number is a prime factor of another teacher. a ) whole number. number is a 2. Teacher shows a question and asks a student to do 2. S: Yes, 7 is a prime factor of 84. factor of another it in front. whole number T: Is 7 a prime factor of 84? Step 2 (+12 minutes) the 1. Teacher gives a series of number on blackboard. E.g: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12. of 2. T: “what is the pattern of this sequence?” 3. Teacher explains the meaning of multiples. 4. Teacher gives some examples and asks students to list the multiples of whole numbers. E.g: List the 1st FIVE multiples of 4. 1. Teacher shows an example to determine is 42 a Determine whether a multiple of 6. number is the 2. Teacher shows another example to determine is 47 a multiple of 6. multiple of 3. Teacher asks students to do this question. another T: “Is 63 a multiple of 9?” number. List multiples whole numbers. 1. Teacher assigns homework to students to be completed. 2. Teacher guide students on doing some of their homework. Summary and 1. Teacher asks students what is multiple. conclusion. 1. Students thinking. 2. S: Multiply/times 2 to get next term. 3. Students listen to explanation. 4. Students give their opinions. Multiples of a given number are obtained when that number is multiplied by any whole number, except zero.

Step 3 (+12 minutes)

1. Students learn and copy the example. 2. Students learn and copy the example. 3. Students do this question S: “Yes, 63 is a multiple of 9.

Step 4 (+15) Homework

Closure (+5 minutes)

1. Students note down the questions and start doing it. 2. Students do some of their homework in class. 1. S: Multiples of a given number are obtained when that number is multiplied by any whole number, except zero.

Homework: Exercise 5 (pg 35) 1.a,c,e,g, 2. 3.a,c,e 4.a,c,e