Elementary Gr. 6 Lesson PlanWeek of : 22nd – 26th July 2019 Monday, 22nd July 2019 Wednesday, 24th July 2019 Math – Arithmetic Math – Geometry Lesson title: Adding and Subtracting Negative Numbers Reference: Math 2 p. 27 - 32 Aim: To learn to add positive and negative numbers To learn to subtract positive and negative numbers Lesson title: Drawing the Parts of a Circle Reference: Math 3 p.184-187 Aim: to review and draw the parts of a circle : circumference, arc, chord, diameter, and radius HOTS Question: 1. How can you describe the process of –9 + 7 ? 2. How can you describe the process of +5 – 8 ? Follow Up Work: 1. Draw and label a circle. Showing major and minor circular sector 2. Draw and label a circle. Showing major and minor circular segment HOTS Question: 1. What can you say about minor and major circular sector? Follow Up Work: 1. Working with a partner, make up addition problems that include at least one negative numbers 2. Write the following as an equation and solve for the answer (word problem) Lesson title: Plants Generative Reproduction Reference: MB p.121 Aim: to increase students' knowledge of plant sexual reproduction and learn about specific Lesson title: Plants Vegetative Reproduction (Natural) Reference: MZ p.119-201 Aim: to learn about types of vegetative propagation HOTS Question: 1. How does sexual reproduction take places in flowering plants? 2. What is part of flower? HOTS Question: 1. What do you mean by vegetative propagation? 2. Which part of the following part of a plant take part in asexual reproduction? Follow Up Work: 3. Observe flowers 4. Write about parts of flower Follow Up Work: 3. Observe some plants 4. Make a table of natural vegetative propagation Elementary Gr. 6 Lesson PlanWeek of : 22nd – 26th July 2019 Thursday, 25th July 2019 Math – Geometry Lesson title: Measuring parts of circle (radius and diameter) and circumference – Calculating the Circumference and Area of a circle Reference: Math 3 p.188-190; p. 331-334; p. 335-338 Aim: To learn to measure the radius, diameter, and circumference To learn that a circle is like a polygon with an infinite number of sides To learn the formula for area and circumference of a circle HOTS Question: 1. What are the relation between a circle and a rectangle? Follow Up Work: 1. Find two different jobs or activities for which it might be important to know the radius, diameter or circumference of a circle (example : manufacturing a CD player)