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# Lesson plans Maths Gr 6 Term 1 week 1-10

```SILVERSTREAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
LESSON PLAN –MATHEMATICS
EDUCATORS: DANIELS,DARIES
4
5
6
TERM
WEEK
DATE
2
1
2
3
17:01:2018 26:01:2018 2:02:2018
PERIODS PER WEEK
Textbook Page:4-7
3
4
MATHEMATICS
EVENTS
4
5
6
CONCEPTS AND SKILLS
VOCABULARY
Baseline Assessment-Gr 5
GLOSSARY
Workbook Page:2-9
Caps Page:215-216
Biggest; Smallest
Ascending; Descending
Place value (number range 0 to 999 999) Counting,
Place value ; Value
NUMBERS
Compare numbers (number range 0 to 999 999)
Odd &amp; even Multiple
Order numbers (number range 0 to 999 999)
PATTERNS
8
9
10
MENTAL MATHS
 Count forwards and backwards
in 2s, 3s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s, 100s
between 0 and at least 1 000
 Count in multiples
 Multiplication: times 2 to 6
 building up and breaking down
numbers
Rounding off Estimate
Represent prime numbers (number range 0 to 100)
Whole number;
Round off to the nearest5; 10 and 100 (number range 0 to 999 999)
5 days
7
11
12&times;2
CONTENT
AREA
4 Days
1
prime numbers
Use number sentences for:
total; More than;
increase
multiple operations with and without brackets and the order of operations
Subtract, subtraction,
Textbook Page:8-9
Workbook Page: 10-13
multiplication and division as inverse operations
Caps Page:217-223
take (away), minus,
 Count forwards and backwards
in 100s between 0 and at least
10 000.
 start on any other multiple e.g.
counting in 2s can start from 5 or
27 or 348.
 Multiplication: times 4 to 8
RESOURCES
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Any counters
number grids
number lines
pictures
arrays
diagrams
place value cards
flash cards
Dienes blocks
the commutative, associative, and distributive properties
decrease, difference
Interval
building up and breaking down numbers when to calculate
inverse
multiples of 10, 100, 100, 10 000
prime number
dividing by 10, 100, 1 000
Commutative property
multiplicative properties of 1
Associative property
additive properties of 0
distributive properties
INTERVENTION
Paired work
BARRIERS TO
LEARNING
Gangsterism
DEPUTY:
COMMENT/S
 building up and breaking down
numbers
 value
 Place value
Poverty
Violence at home
DATE:
SILVERSTREAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
LESSON PLAN – MATHEMATICS
EDUCATORS: DANIELS,DARIES
4
5
6 TERM
WEEK
DATE
1
17:01:2018
1
2
2
3
26:01:2018 2:02:2018
PERIODS PER WEEK
3
4
9:02:2018
MATHEMATICS
EVENTS
5
16:02:2018
6
VOCABULARY
8
9
10
MENTAL MATHS
RESOURCES
 Count forwards and backwards in 2s,
3s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s, 100s between 0
and at least 1 000
 Do not start on the first multiple and
start on any other multiple e.g.
counting in 2s can start from 5 or 27
or 348.
 Multiplication: times 6 to 10
 building up and breaking down
numbers
 inverse relationship between addition
and subtraction
 adding and subtracting units,
multiples of 10 and multiples of 100
to/from any 3-digit number
 Rounding 5 - 10 – 100 – 1000
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 number grids
 number lines
 pictures
 arrays
 diagrams
 place value cards
 flash cards
 Dienes blocks
GLOSSARY
Textbook Page: 12-17
Workbook Page: 14-25
Rounding off
7 Days
Caps Page:222-225
Expanded vertical column method to add
NUMBERS
7
12&times;2
CONCEPTS AND SKILLS
CONTENT
AREA
4
total; More than; increase
Subtract; minus; less than;
take away; difference;
decrease
The vertical column method to add.
Interval
Subtraction 5-digit numbers
Whole number
Expanded vertical column method to subtract
Even number
The vertical column method to subtract
Odd number
Working with calculators
Solve problems in contexts
Compensation
breaking down
11
place value
Judging reasonableness of solutions
Checking solutions
2 Days
REVISION
1 Days
ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION – TEST 50 marks (6-digit numbers ; add and subtract 5-digit numbers ; number sentences)
INTERVENTION
Paired work
BARRIERS TO
LEARNING
Gangsterism
DEPUTY/HOD:
COMMENT/S
Poverty
Violence at home
DATE:
SILVERSTREAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
LESSON PLAN – MATHEMATICS
EDUCATORS: DANIELS,DARIES
4
5
6 TERM
WEEK
DATE
1
17:01:2018
1
2
2
3
26:01:2018 2:02:2018
PERIODS PER WEEK
CONTEN
T AREA
3
4
4
9:02:2018
MATHEMATICS
EVENTS
5
6
7
16:02:2018 23:02:2018 2:03:2018
8
9
10
11
12&times;2
CONCEPTS AND SKILLS
VOCABULARY
MENTAL MATHS
RESOURCES
TIME
GLOSSARY
NUMBERS
10 Days
Textbook Page:18-26
Page:226-227
Workbook Page:26-45
Caps
common fraction
denominators
focus on the meaning of a fraction - practical
mixed numbers
Compare and order common fractions practical
proper fraction
determine fractions through grouping or sharing
improper fraction
add fractions with the same denominators
Whole number,
numerator,
denominator,
subtract fractions with the same denominators
subtract mixed numbers
find fractions of whole numbers
answer can be a whole number, a fraction or a mixed number
Problem solving
equivalent forms,
 Count forwards and backwards
fractions
 Multiplication: times 6 to 12
 building up and breaking down
numbers
 Rounding 5 - 10 – 100 - 1000
 Geoboard
 number grids
 number lines
 diagrams
 Fraction strips
 Fraction wall
 Fraction blocks
 fraction circles
 Base 10 blocks, Number
rods
INTERVENTION
Paired work
BARRIERS TO
LEARNING
Gangsterism
DEPUTY/HOD:
COMMENT/S
Poverty
Violence at home
DATE:
SILVERSTREAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
LESSON PLAN – MATHEMATICS
EDUCATORS: DANIELS,DARIES
4
5
6 TERM
WEEK
DATE
1
17:01:2018
PERIODS PER WEEK
CONTENT
AREA
1
2
2
3
26:01:2018 2:02:2018
3
4
4
9:02:2018
MATHEMATICS
EVENTS
5
6
7
16:02:2018 23:02:2018 2:03:2018
8
9:03:2018
9
16:03:2018
10
12&times;2
CONCEPTS AND SKILLS
VOCABULARY
MENTAL MATHS
RESOURCES
GLOSSARY
4 days
Textbook Page:30-35 Workbook Page:46-53
Caps Page:228
Analogue time
Read, tell and write time in 12-hour and 24-hour formats on both
analogue and digital instruments
Digital time
read calendars, and do calculations based on dates.
AM – Before noon
24-hour time
TIME
PM – After noon
MEASUREMENT
11
calculations with and conversions between all units and different
zones
Hour, minutes, days
Problem solving
seconds,weeks,
months
• read time zone maps and do calculations using zoned maps.
centuries
• calculate time differences when given clock faces showing the
times in different places.
Know some ways in which time was measured and represented in
the past.
 tell the time - read clocks and tell the
time at frequent intervals during the
entire year
 Multiplication: times 1 to 12
 Estimation
 Rounding 1000
 Watch
 Clock
 Calendar
 Hourglass
 Stopwatches
6 Days
Textbook Page: 36-42 Workbook Page:54-63
Page:229-232
Caps
SPACE AND SHAPE
Distinguish, name, describe, sort, group and compare shapes
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By checking whether they have straight or curved sides.
Group them according to the number of sides
Distinguish shapes by looking at the length of the sides.
squares and rectangles
 Distinguish shapes by looking at the size of their angles
Identify angles by comparing them with right angles and straight
angles
acute - right angle - obtuse angle - straight angle - reflex angle –
revolution circle
Heptagons straight
curved sides polygon
regular and irregular
Heptagon/septagons
hexagon pentagon
squares rectangles
right angles. 2-D
acute - right angle obtuse angle - straight
angle - reflex angle revolution
 Count forwards and backwards
fractions
 Multiplication: times 6 to 12
 building up and breaking down
numbers
 Rounding 5 - 10 – 100 – 1000
 tell the time - read clocks and tell the
time at frequent intervals during the
entire year
 Multiplication: times 1 to 12
 Estimation
 Rounding 1000
circle
INTERVENTION
Paired work
BARRIERS TO
LEARNING
Gangsterism
DEPUTY/HOD:
COMMENT/S
Poverty
Violence at home
DATE:
 geoboards
 plastic shapes
 grid paper
 pattern blocks
 2-D shapes
 clock
SILVERSTREAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
LESSON PLAN –MATHEMATICS
EDUCATORS: DANIELS,DARIES
4
5
6
TERM
1
2
WEEK
1
2
3
DATE 17:01:2018 26:01:2018 2:02:2018
PERIODS PER WEEK
CONTEN
T AREA
3
4
4
9:02:2018
MATHEMATICS
EVENTS
5
6
7
16:02:2018 23:02:2018 2:03:2018
8
9:03:2018
9
10
11
16:03:2018 23:03:2018 28:3:2018
12&times;2
CONCEPTS AND SKILLS
VOCABULARY
MENTAL MATHS
RESOURCES
 Count forwards and backwards in 2s,
3s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s, 100s between 0
and at least 1 000
 Count in multiples and non-multiples
 Multiplication: times 1 to 12
 Read calendars tell the time
 Multiplication: times 1 to 10
 Rounding to 100 and 1000
 Data Handling in
the GET Band
 Wall charts
 Magazines
 News papers
 Grid paper
GLOSSARY
10 Days
Textbook Page: 44-53
234
Workbook Page:64-71
Caps Page:233-
Complete data cycle including drawing in a :
DATA HANDLING
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1.
bar graph
pictograph with many-to-one representation
2. collecting
3. organising
4. representing
5. analyzing
6. interpreting
7. reporting
Analysing
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pie charts
pictograph
bar graph
pictographs
data label
graph title
axes titles
tally marks
Analyse
2 pie graphs where the information is given in fractions
1 pictograph with a many-to-one representation
1 double bar graph
ASSESSMENT – PROJECT – MINIMUM 40 MARKS - pictograph with a many-to-one representation – CAPS Page 234
DATE
4 Days
Textbook Page: 54-58
Page:235-238
Workbook Page:72-75
Caps
flow diagrams
function machines
Work out the input values
input-output
diagrams
Work out output values
spider grams
Work out rule
input output
Using flow diagrams help learners to understand
equivalence
PATTERNS
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addition and subtraction are inverse operations
multiplication and division are inverse operations
the multiplication of units by multiples of 10 ; 100 ; 1000
multiplication and division techniques - Associative
property
quick multiplication techniques
multiples
 Count forwards and backwards in 2s,
3s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s, 100s between 0
and at least 1 000
 start on any other multiple e.g.
counting in 2s can start from 5 or 27 or
348.
 Count in multiples and non-multiples
as above
 Multiplication: times 1 to 12
 Multiplication: times 10 ; 100 ; 1000
 Multiplication: times 25
 Value
 Place value
associative property
multiplication division
inverse operations
Numeric Pattern
Rule
Constant pattern
Non-constant pattern
2 Days
REVISION
2 Days
ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION – TEST 60 marks (Fractions ; Time ; 2-D shapes ; Number patterns)
INTERVENTION
Paired work
BARRIERS TO
LEARNING
Gangsterism
DEPUTY/HOD:
COMMENT/S
Poverty
Violence at home
DATE:
 100-blocks