# 2nd Class Maths Period Plans 2023, download Unit plans from here

TS SCERT 2nd Class Maths Period Plans 2023 or SCERT Telangana Class 2 Maths Period Plans 2023 download medium wise from here.

Teachers who are teaching 2nd Class Mathematics can check details and download the medium wise FLN Class 2 Mathematic Period Plans, Lesson Plans, Unit plans from here.

TS Class 2 Maths Period Plans 2023 i.e., TS 2nd Class Maths Lesson wise Period Plans, , TS 2nd Class Maths Topic wise Period Plans, TS 2nd Class Maths Unit wise Period Plans,

Medium wise TS 2nd 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.

## 2nd Class Maths Chapter Names

• Numbers from 1 to 20
• Numbers from 10 to 99
• Numbers with Three Digits
• Comparing Three-Digit Numbers
• Addition of Numbers (Carry over)
• Subtraction
• Subtraction of Numbers
• Multiplication of Numbers (I)
• Multiplication of Tables ( 1 to 10)
• Multiplication of Numbers (II)
• Division of one number by another number
• Length of Things
• Weight of Things
• Measure of Liquids
• Time January
• Money
• Shapes
• Let us Record

## 2nd Class Maths Learning Outcomes

1. Class 2 Learning outcomes : At the end of the academic year, students will be able to Compare two dimensional and three-dimensional objects come across their daily life.
2. Compare/match geometrical shapes with objects used come across every day.
3. Read write and compare numbers from 1 to 9.
4. Tell the numbers below nine pertaining to the place values related to first, last, middle and later in objects arranged in lines. If there are new objects they can denote that with zero. Can arrange and write numbers below nine from smaller to bigger or bigger to smaller.
5. Read write and compare numbers from 10 to 20.
6. Read write compare count numbers from 10 to 99 in tens. Count numbers from 20-99.
7. Count write and compare numbers from 20 – 100.
8. Tell numbers which come before, after and between given numbers from 1- 99
9. Solve the additions using + symbol where the sum is below 20. Apply in solving real-life word problems (Orally).
10. Solve the Subtractions using – symbol where the difference is below 20. Apply in solving real-life word problems (Orally).
11. Can count and write numbers below 999 in hundreds tens units individually. Identify and write their place value and natural value.
12. Expand,__ a given three digit number. Tell how many Rs. (100, 10, 1 coin) for the given three digit number.
13. Write numbers below 1000 in ascending descending order. Expand numbers below thousand and identify preceding, middle and succeeding numbers. Numerically write the numbers given in words and identify place value.
14. Write as many three digit number as possible from a given three digit number and tell between which hundreds they are placed. Show greaterthan, less than, equal to with >, <, = symbols.
15. Add any two digit numbers in expanded form and simplified form. Orally add two digit numbers below 50.
16. Do place change additions up to 2 digit numbers.
17. Subtract any two digit numbers in expanded form and simplified form. Orally subtract two digit numbers below 50.
18. Do place change subtractions up to 2 digit numbers.
19. Understand that multiplication is repeated addition. Identify the symbol X. Can multiply and tell the numbers related to objects in rows and columns.
20. Write multiplication tables (1 to 9) in repetitive addition method.
21. Can multiply to digit number with one digit and write its product.
22. Understand the concept of division and identify the symbol related to it.
23. Equally distribute any given things to asked number of people.
24. Can measure length using non-standard measurements. Identify the need of standard measurements.
25. Identify difference in weights of objects given.
26. Identify the difference in the volume of objects given.
27. Tell what every day works done at different times (morning, noon, evening, night) tell names of weeks and months in order.
28. Identify different currency notes and coins in circulation today. Arrange different denominations of notes and coins below 100.
29. Count number of objects and numerically tabulate them.

## Tholimettu’ (First Step) program

Tholimettu’ (First Step) program is being implemented from the academic year 2022-23 for all children (Class 1 to 5) to practice basic language and math skills.

As a part of this program, teaching and learning programs have to be implemented in a planned manner for all the students. NAS-2021 results revealed the levels of children competencies.

To make the children attain all the competencies prescribed for their classes, a better practice should be provided on basic competencies required to practice meaningfully in the class room processes, first and then to focus on class wise learning outcomes.

Therefore, in the academic year 2023-24, teaching and learning processes have been formulated and implemented focusing on the basic competencies required for the students of class 1 to 5 to continue in the respective class.

## Plan for Teaching and learning process:

• Total working days in the academic year 2023-24 are 220 days for conducting teaching and learning processes.
• That is 5 days of teaching is to be followed by 1 revision and assessment day.
• For this, to be affective, all the children need to participate in activities to understand the concepts and utilise those competencies in their day-to-day life.
• For this we prepared period plans for teachers and work books for students.

## Maths Period Plan:

• Mathematics instruction is for 90 minutes a day.
• In the first 45 minutes the teacher makes the students understand the concepts of the topic.
• Basically it’s a teaching time.
• Children should practice during the second 45 minutes.
• This is considered as practice time. The workbook should be used effectively by motivating the children to solve problems individually.
• Keep this in mind, divide the time of 90 minutes and conduct the teaching and learning process every day.
• Learning outcomes / micro-competencies to be achieved by the end of the period.

## Maths Period Time Division

### a) Maths Teaching period (First 45 minutes) :

1. Greetings and strengthening of pre-concept 8 min.
2. Introduction to the concept 2 min.
3. Activities for conceptual understanding 25 min.
4. Problem solving 10 min.

### b) Maths Practice period (Second 45 minutes) :

1. Completing worksheets by students individually 20 min.
2. Remedial teaching by teacher 25 min

## Workbooks

Workbooks are prepared to support above pattern. You can use workbook for second 45 minutes for students individual practice.

After the children have solved the problems, the teacher should check their notebooks, workbooks and check their level from time to time and make appropriate changes in the teaching and learning plans and implement them.

Syllabus completion means minimum 80% of students in the class room should achieve the prescribed learning outcomes.

If not, teacher should focus on slow learners and conduct remedial teaching immediately to bring children to appropriate level. So, sometimes one period plan may take more than one period.

In period plans you might have observed “I do”, “We do”, “You do” under activities for conceptual understanding.

## I do (Whole class activity)

“I do” indicates teachers activities. In this, teacher gives instructions to introduce the concept, explains, demonstrates, make students understand process of problem solving etc. through whole class interaction.

## We do (Group activity)

“We do” indicates group work of students along with teacher. In this students are engaged with meaningful activities in groups to understand the concept extensively.

## You do (Individual activity)

“You do” indicates students individual work and practice.

## CPA approach (Teaching Learning Approach)

The teaching learning process at the primary level is done in CPA approach. CPA : Concrete → Pictorial → Abstract It helps students to learn and enjoy mathematics fruitfully

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