# Lesson plan class V angles ```Lesson plan
Name of the teacher:B.BHARATHI
Sub: Mathematics
Name of the KV: ODF Eddumailaram
Topic: Angles
Date: 24.04.2013
Class : V
Target competencies
and Learning outcomes
Activities
planned
Role definition of
teacher
Role definition
of student
Resources
and aids
required
-to introduce the
students the concept
of angles as rotation
and naming the angles.
Introduces the
lesson through
rhyme and
activities like
shoulder, knees
and toes , ears
,eyes, mouth
and nose.
Recites the poem
and introduces .
Recaps the
previous
end point, line , a
line segment ,a ray
etc…
Do actions for
the rhyme and
make different
postures.
Ppt
Geo strips
Colour
paper
Flash cards
Work
sheets
Model of
clock
-to help children to
angle types and their
measurement of
angles.
*recognize angles in
terms of rotation
*With the help
of paper stripes
joined at one
end Teacher will
rotate and
explains the
concept of angle
as amount of
rotation
*Classify and describe
angles
Explains through
Origami
*relate angles to
shapes
And Alphabets
Learning out come.
At the end of the
lesson children will be
able to –
Explains the
formation of angles
with the help of
geo strips
Cut outs of
alphabets will be
used to classify the
angles .
Power point
presentation will
be used to explain
the types of angles
and the measure
angles
the questions
on previous
knowledge
Able to form
the angles with
the help of geo
strips
Forms various
angles with
paper folds and
able to name
the type angle
formed.
Able to identify
the angles
formed in the
alphabets.
Able to relate
angles in the
shapes they
observed.
Values/
correlation
Able to
identify the
angles in
the
structures
they see
outside the
class room.
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Target
competencies and
Learning outcomes
Activities planned
Role definition of
teacher
Role definition of
student
Explains the types of
angles by rotating the
strips as--When the two line
segments
are perpendicular to
each other as in letter
‘L’ a Right angle is
formed. The measure of
its is 90 degrees.
An angle formed as in ‘A’
which is less than right
angle and whose
measure is less than 90
Is called an acute angle.
Help the children to
form angles with the
given colour papers
and faces of the clock.
Folds the paper in
different ways and
reconises the
angles formed
An angle as in ‘Y ‘
whose measure is more
than right angle (90) is
called an Obtuse angle.
The angles can be
measured with a
protractor.
Resour
ces and
aids
require
d
protrac
tor
Describes the
protractor and explains
how to measure the
angle through the ppt
Children will
measure the
angles with the
help of protractor.
Value
s/
corre
latio
n
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