Mathematics Model Year Plan & Unit Plan, Period Plan, Maths Lesson Plans

Mathematics Model Year Plan & Unit Plan, Mathematics Model Year Plan. Mathematics Model Unit Plan.  Mathematics Model Period Plan.

YEAR PLAN
1) Class  :
2) Subject :
3) No.of periods:

4) Competencies & Academic standards:
a) Problem solving
b) Reasoning and Proof
c) Communication.
d) Connections
e) Representation

5) Month wise division:

Mathematics Model Year Plan & Unit Plan
S.NoMonthName of ChapterNo of periodsResourcesProposed activities
1 Real Numbers   
2 Polynomials and Factorisation   
3 Linear Equations in two variables   
4 The elements of Geometry   
5 Lines and Angles   
6 Co-ordinate Geometry   
7 Triangles   
8 Quadrilaterals   
9 Areas   
10 Circles   
11 Geometrical Constructions   
12 Surface Areas and Volumes   
13 Statistics   
14 Probability   
15 Proofs in Mathematics   
Mathematics Model Year Plan & Unit Plan

6) Teacher’s reflections on implementation of year plan:……………………………..
7) Head master’s reflection and suggestions on implementation of year plan:…

UNIT  PLAN
Class : 9th Class
Subject : Mathematics
Chapter : 10. Surface Area and Volume
No of periods : Instructional periods (8) + Exercise (4) = 12
Academic Standards to be achieved:

Problem Solving:
1. students can solve the problems regarding lateral surface area and total surface areas of three dimensional objects like cuboid, cube, regular prism, pyramid, regular cylinder, cone, sphere and hemisphere.
2. Can solve the problems regarding volumes of three dimensional objects like cuboid, cube, regular prism, pyramid, regular cylinder, cone, sphere and hemisphere.
Reasoning/Proof:
1. Can compare and contrast the lateral and total surface areas of these different 3D objects, give reasons and proofs
2. Can compare and contrast the volumes of these different 3D objects, give reasons and proofs
Communication:
1.Explain the relations between the lateral and total surface areas of these different 3D objects and give their formulae in mathematical language.
2. Explain the relations between the volumes of these different 3D objects and give their formulae in mathematical language.
3. Can create similar sums, on his own.
Representation:
1. Can represent the shape of 3D objects as 2D diagrams and net shapes.
Connections:
1. Can use the knowledge of calculating surface areas and volumes of 3D shapes in daily life:

Period wise distribution of the chapter

No. of periodTeaching items/ConceptsTeaching strategyResource for Teaching /aids/TLMStudents’ understanding/
reflections
1Lateral and total surface areas of cuboid and cubeWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityCartoon boxes of cuboid and cube shapes 
2Volumes of cuboid and cubeWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityCartoon boxes of cuboid and cube shapes 
3Understanding the volume of regular prism and pyramidWhole class activity / group activity / individual activitySolid prisms and pyramids of different number of sides 
4Discussion on Exercise 10.1Whole class activity / individual activityText book 
5Lateral and total surface areas and volume of right circular cylinderWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityCylindrical tin 
6Discussion on Exercise 10.2Whole class activity / individual activityText book 
7Slant height and its relation with other dimensions of right circular coneWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityIce cream cone, funnel … 
8Lateral and total surface and volume of right circular coneWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityCard board model of right circular cone, A model to find volume 
9Discussion on Exercise 10.3Whole class activity / individual activityText book 
10Surface area of sphere and hemisphereWhole class activity / group activity / individual activityBall, Spoon, a cut ball 
11Volume of sphere and hemisphereWhole class activity / group activity / individual activitySolid sphere, hemisphere 
12Discussion on Exercise 10.4Whole class activity / individual activityText book 
Mathematics Model Year Plan & Unit Plan

Additional information gathered by the teacher (Teacher’s Notes):………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Reflections of the teacher after transaction of the chapter:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Steps in Period Plan

1. Introduction

  • Greetings
  • Testing / re-teaching previous knowledge (Game / situation / probing questions)
  • Introduction to concept through daily life situation
  • Announcement of the topic
  • Scope of the topic

2. Presentation and Discussion

  • Reading the Text Book
  • Discussion on key terminology and key concepts
  • Activities (Whole class / group / individual) to comprehend the concepts
  • Summing up by the teacher

3. Problem Solving

  • Solving by the teacher with discussion and help of students
  • Solving problems by the students in groups / individual
  • Discussion on mistakes done by the students and doubt clarification

4. Recapitulation: Revision / summing up of concepts taught in the period
5. Home work: Suggesting problems in exercises or problems created by the teacher (Every teacher must keep these steps and concepts scheduled, in teaching in every period, but need not to write a detailed period plan)

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