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Lesson plans for maths and science.

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Section B Introduction My two topics chosen are adding and subtracting for maths and for science its teaching the children about the human body (functions and processes). The age group was 8 and the children are in year 3 doing key stage 2 at school. The different methods that can be used such as the: mental method by getting children to add up in their head. The other is the written method: getting the child use to writing the addition and subtraction sum on paper to solve the problem by using their mental skills. Addition ICT method The ICT method I would use is the Bitesize revision website. There are a number of activities that involves maths adding and subtracting. The maths activities on there are adding up to 20, 100 and then they can select the target number they want. They then get a list of numbers to choose from which allow them to pair the numbers together. The game has been formed in a theme park where gaps are missing from the ride and the children have to fill the gaps with numbers in order for the man at the top to have a ride on there. ...read more.


However the student will have to use the special terms of maths such as, E.g. is it an odd number? Is it an Even Number? Is it less than 10? Etc The number cannot be more than 100. Both players will have 2 go's each and then it will be the end of that activity. This will last 15 minutes of the lesson. The second part of the lesson would be explaining the different bonds of addition. If they know their bonds to 10 and 20, this can help with bonds to 30 or 40. I will explain that it is the number of tens that change (for example, 6+4=10, 16+4=20, 16+14=30, and 26+14=40). For this particular I ask the children to quickly find a bond to 10, 20, 30 and 40 on their whiteboards or jotters in pairs, keeping the original bond to 10 the same. The children will be placed in partners. This will be the same with subtraction. When asking the children to write the bonds of addition they will be asked the subtraction bonds therefore this will get them thinking. This activity will last half an hour of the lesson. ...read more.


Here use illustrations of the heart showing the positions of the four different chambers This will last half an hour of the lesson The second activity will be students paired up and I will ask questions that require 1 word answers. This is something that will be fun as children will be competing with each wanting to be the best out of everyone. It is a good way of boosting up the child's confidence ion remembering the facts about the heart. They answers will be written on their whiteboards that will be given to them. It is a quick way of writing down the answers and the children thinking of the answer on the spot. This activity will last 15 minutes as it a quick activity. For the person who answers the most will be given 5 points to their group's house. The third activity is going to be used in the ICT room where the children will be asked to answer a variety of questions based on the lungs and heart together. There will be 10 questions on this quiz creating competition between the students once again. This encourages the child wanting to be the best one in the class. This activity will last 15 minutes. ?? ?? ?? ?? Mandeep Kaur Sohal 12 Tame Health and Social Care ...read more.

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