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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Elementary Mathematics Upper Primary Level Intellectual Disability STM: Mrs. Augustiniana S.A.

. Villahermosa January 31, 2013, 1:30 2:30 P.M. I. Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: tell the time past 15 minutes of the hour. set the clock to the time past 15 minutes of the hour. participate in group problem-solving activity. II. A. Subject Matter a. Telling the time past 15 minutes of the hour B. References: Bittinger, G. (2004). 101 number activities. Grand Rapids: McGraw-Hill Childrens Publishing. Nursery Rhymes. (n.d.). Microsoft Student Encarta [Computer Software]. Redmond, W.A. C. Materials analog clock cards flaglets egg carton

digital

time cards

charts analog cutouts

speaker worksheet

clock folders

Dep.Ed. Thrust: Values Education Cooperation Pupils will take part in group activity through actively cooperating with their group mates.

III. Learning Activities Teachers Activity A. Preparatory Activities 1. Routine a. Prayer b. Greeting c. Checking of attendance 2. Review The teacher posts the T-chart to present the functions of the short and the long hands of the clock. Let us remember the functions of the short and the long hands of the clock. Which of the two hands of the clock works to show the hour of the time? Is it the short hand or the long hand of the clock? The teacher posts the flashcard showing the word hour alongside the long hand on the T-chart. Yes, that is correct. The short hand of the clock works to show the hour of the time. Which of the two hands of the clock works to show the minute/s of the time? Is it the short hand or the long hand of the clock?
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Pupils Activity

An assigned pupil will lead the prayer. Good afternoon teachers and classmates.

Pupils will observe.

Pupils will listen.

The short hand works to show the hour of the time.

Pupils will observe.

Pupils will listen.

The long hand works to show minutes of the time.

Thank you. That is another correct answer. Let us Pupils will listen. check then if you have known well the functions of the two hands of the clock. The teacher distributes the short hand and the long hand cutouts. As you may have noticed, the word hour is posted on the short hand of the clock. While, there is the word minute in the long hand of the clock. What you will do is that you will raise the short hand of the clock if I say the word hour and you will raise the long hand of the clock if I say the word minute. Let us do this activity by group. The teacher divides the class into two groups. The teacher then randomly calls the two groups to do the activity. B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation: Minute Day Song The teacher posts on the board the chart showing the lyrics of the Minute Day song. Do you remember how to sing the Minute Day song? When we sing this song, what do we celebrate? Is it the hour or the minute of the time? That is correct. We will be singing it again but this time it will be another minutes. We will be celebrating today the 15 minutes. What minutes are we celebrating today? I would like you to listen and follow on the chart as I sing the song. Minute Day Sung to: The Farmer in the Dell Accompanied by: Instrumental music Todays our minute day. Todays our minute day. We celebrate the 15 minutes Todays our minute day. (Repeat 3 times.) Adapted from G. Bittinger, Number Day, 101 Number Activities (2004). The teacher demonstrates the singing of the song. Now this time, please sing after me. The teacher sings the song line after line.
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Each pupil will have the cutouts of the two hands of the clock. Pupils will listen.

Pupils will participate in the activity.

Yes teacher, we do remember.

We celebrate the minute of the time.

Pupils will listen.

We are celebrating today the 15 minutes. Pupils will listen.

Pupils will listen. Pupils will listen. Pupils will sing after the teacher in every line of

the song. The teacher distributes the flaglets. Each pupil will have a flaglet.

It was nicely done class! Let us now move around the table and wave our flaglets as we sing the Minute Day song. 2. Lesson Proper The teacher distributes the analog clock folders. Let us locate where we can find 15 minutes on the clock. I would like to ask three pupils to count the number of minute marks and to post the 5-minute, 10-minute and 15-minute chips around the clock. Who would like to volunteer? The teacher calls three pupils to demonstrate the activity. Thank you, you did it well. Now everyone, please post the 5-minute, 10-minute, and 15-minute chips around your clocks. Next, please count the 15-minute marks on your clocks. Thank you all for counting correctly. So, what number on the clock did we stop in counting the 15-minute marks? Did we stop at number 1, number 2, or number 3? Since we already know where to find 15 minutes in the clock, let us now position the long hand of the clock to show 15 minutes of the time.

Pupils will listen and they will participate in the singing of the song.

Each pupil will have one analog clock folder. Pupils will listen.

Pupils will raise their hands. Three pupils will demonstrate on the board.

Pupils will post the 3 different minute chips around their clocks.

Pupils will count the 15-minute marks on their clocks. We stop counting at number 3 in the clock.

Pupils will listen and they will position the long hand of the clock by pointing to number 3 in the clock.

Thank you, you have done it well. That is the Pupils will listen. correct position of the long hand of the clock in showing 15 minutes of the time. Now let us learn the different digital times past 15 minutes of the hour through reciting the rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock. Please repeat after me as I read each line of the rhyme. The teacher posts the chart showing the rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock. Hickory, Dickory, Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck ___________, The mouse ran down, Hickory, dickory, dock. Adapted from Nursery Rhymes, Microsoft Encarta, 2009.
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Pupils will observe.

The teacher reads the nursery rhyme and tells the digital time 12:15. After every time we read the rhyme, please move the two hands of clock and position these hands to match the time shown on the rhyme. Let me show you how you will do it in your clocks. The teacher demonstrates the movements of the short and long hands of the clock.

Pupils will read the rhyme after the teacher and tells the digital time 12:15. Pupils will listen.

Pupils will observe.

First, we move the short hand of the clock in a Pupils will listen. counterclockwise direction. The long hand will follow the short hand, also in a counterclockwise direction. As the hands move around once, stop the hands of the clock according to your target time, in this case the time is 12:15. So what are the positions of the two hands of the clock? Where are these pointing now? The short hand is now pointing to 12, that is for the hour, while the long hand is now pointing to 3, that is for 15 minutes. Pupils will listen.

Your answers are correct. Let us continue identifying the different times past 15 minutes of the hour.

The teacher repeats the process of the discussion in Pupils will participate in the discussion. every of the time past 15 minutes of the hour. 3. Generalization What number in the clock should we point the long The long hand should be pointed to number 3 in hand of the clock to show the 15 minutes time? the clock to show the 15 minutes time. C. Post Activity 1. Application The teacher posts on the board the analog time cards and the digital time cards. The teacher then divides the class into 3 groups, each group with 4 members.

Pupils will observe.

Pupils will sit together as a group.

The activity that we will be doing next is called the Pupils will listen. Time Race Game. I will be calling each group to set the clocks on the board according to the given digital time. Each member will have 3 assigned c clocks to set. All members in the group will be playing at the same time. The group with the shortest time to answer correctly will be the winning group. The teacher demonstrates the game before proceeding. The teacher calls the group randomly. Pupils will observe.

Pupils will participate in the game.

IV. Evaluation Time-Egg Carton Activity Direction: Draw the short hand and the long hand to set the analog clock according to the given digital time posted on the egg container.

V. Assignment Please see the attached worksheet.

Prepare by: Krystal Claire P. Catan