# 1st Class Maths Period Plans 2023, download Unit plans from here

TS SCERT 1st Class Maths Period Plans 2023 or SCERT Telangana Class 1 Maths Period Plans 2023 download medium wise from here.

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TS Class 1 Maths Period Plans 2023 i.e., TS 1st Class Maths Lesson wise Period Plans, TS 1st Class Maths Topic wise Period Plans, TS 1st Class Maths Unit wise Period Plans,

Medium wise TS 1st Class Maths all Period Plans downloading links are provided here for you. Every teacher is required to prepare a lesson plan or period plan because this is considered as guide for the day’s lessons.

## 1st Class Maths Chapter Names

• Pre-Mathematical Concepts
• Shapes
• Numbers from 1 to 5
• Numbers from 6 to 9
• Before-After-Between-More-Less
• Zero (0)
• Addition of Numbers Total not Exceeding 9
• Subtraction of Numbers upto 9
• Numbers from 10 to 20
• Addition of Numbers, the Total not Exceeding 20
• Subtraction of Numbers Less than 20
• Introduction of Tens from 10 to 100
• Numbers from 20 to 100
• Numbers Before, Between, After
• Money
• Time
• Length – Weight – Size

## 1st Class Maths Learning Outcomes

1. Learning outcomes : By the end of the academic year students will be able to observe the pictures and talk about the aspects in them and use the relevant pre mathematical concepts and vocabulary.
2. identify things beside, inside, outside; up, down; more, less; fat, thin, more quantity, less quantity; long/tall short; heavy, short.
3. use the numbers from 1 to 20.
• Count objects from 1 to 20.
• Compare numbers up to 20.
4. use addition and subtraction from 1 to 20 in their daily life.
• Construct addition facts up to 9 using concrete objects.
• Subtract using numbers from 1 to 9.
• Solve the problems of addition and subtraction up to 9 in their daily life.
5. identify numbers up to 99 and write the numbers using digits.
6. explain the physical features (shapes and structures) of objects in their own words.
7. estimate and measure the lengths and weights of objects through nonstandard measures like handspan, cubit, hand breadth etc.
8. identify two dimensional and three dimensional shapes among the objects they come across generally.
9. observe and continue with the patterns of shapes and numbers.
10. develop an understanding of the zero concept.
11. recognize different coins and notes (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100)
12. identify morning, afternoon, evening and night in a day and also the tasks to be done at specific timings in a day.

## Primary education

Primary education is like the foundation of schooling. It paves the way for the achievement of educational goals. These goals include logical thinking and mathematical abilities.

Students will be able to achieve elementary and higher level mathematical skills only when proper foundational numerical skills are practiced at the elementary level.

Students are lagging behind at the primary level in the acquisition of these basic mathematical competencies and the gap keeps widening throughout schooling.

National Achievement Survey – 2021 results reveal that around 70% of students are at minimum level or below in the numeracy. It seriously affects the learning of students.

## Tholimettu/First Step

In addition to this, the learning crisis creates many challenges to the school education. Considering these circumstances, Department of School Education has initiated a flagship programme ‘Tholimettu/First Step’ at the primary level in the state of Telangana in partnership with ‘Central Square Foundation’, a voluntary organization for improving basic literacy & numeric competencies to achieve class-wise learning outcomes from the academic year 2022-23.

## Daily Period plans

Accordingly, the State Council of Educational Research and Training has prepared model annual, unit/ lesson plans and daily period plans for teachers and work books for children, keeping in view of their work load for 1 to 5.

Utilizing these, the teachers are expected to make the teaching and learning processes meaningful and students to participate actively and make their learning joyful.

Teachers can discuss these plans in school complex meeting, conduct demonstration lessons and moderate plans as per their need to gain more expertise in their respective subjects.

Based on those, teaching and learning processes can be organized objectively in terms of planning in professional capacity development.

‘Tholimettu’ program will be a milestone in the advancement of quality education and all students will be able to achieve the learning outcomes prescribed for their level.

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