MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 3 SECOND TERM LESSON NOTE / SCHEME OF WORK

Week:1st

Class: primary 3

Topic: Division

Behavioural objectives:At the end of the lessonPupils should be able to:

divide whole number not exceeding 48, by 2,3,4,5 and 6 without remainder.

express whole not exceeding 48 as product of factors.

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

Division

Division of whole numbers not exceeding 48 by 2, 3, 4, 5and 6 without remainder.

Examples:

25÷5=5

10÷ 2=5

36÷ 3=12

15÷ 5=3

16 ÷4=4

Factors of whole number not exceeding 48.

Examples:

List the factors of the following numbers:

12=1,2,3,4,6 and 12

27=1,3,9and 27

24=1,2,3,4,6,8,12and 24

35=1, 5, 7and 35

28=1,2,4,7,14and28

Evaluation: Teacher ask Pupils questions as regards the topic.

Week:2nd

Class: primary 3

Topic: Division

Behavioural objectives: By the end of the topic Pupils should be able to:

find a missing factor in a given numbers.

distinguish between multiples and factors

carryout correct division in everyday activities.

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

Division

Finding missing factors in a given number.

Examples

Find the missing factors in the following numbers below:

24=1, 2 3_ _ _

Solution

24= 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24

30= —–,6,10,15,30

Solution

30=1,2,3,5,6,10,15,30

Factors and multiple of numbers.

List the first five multiples of the following numbers:

4

6

5

10

4=4,8,12,16,20

6=6,12,18,24,30

5=5,10,15,20,25

10=10,20,30,40,50

Evaluation: Teacher ask Pupils questions as regards the topic.

Week:3rd

Class: primary 3

Topic: open sentences

Behavioural objectives: By the end of the lessonPupils should be able to:

find missing numbers in open sentences.

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

Open sentences

An open sentences is a sentence involving questions with a missing numbers. It involves filling in the missing gap in the sentence.

Examples:

Find the missing number in the questions below:

7+ – = 9

15_ – = 6

9 + – = 3

Evaluation: Teacher ask Pupils questions as regards to the topic.

Week: 4th

Class: primary 3

Topic: open sentences

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson Pupils should be able to:

identify the relationship between addition and subtraction.

solve related quantitative aptitudequestions

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures.

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

. Leads pupils to appreciate the relationship between + and -.

Guides pupils to solve quantitative aptitude problems on open sentences.

Evaluation:Teacher ask pupils questions as regards the topic.

Week:5th

Class: primary 3

Topic: Money

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:

change money not exceeding N20 into smaller unit.

shop effectively with money not greater than N20 using the idea of addition and subtraction.

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : Pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

Guides pupils to realize that there are five 1k coins in a 5k coins, two 5k coins in a 10k coin, five 10k coins in a 50k coin etc.

Gives pupils 50k, ask them to change it into 10k coins etc.

Set up a shopping corner in the classroom with items such as empty packets of omo tins of geisha etc.

Appoints a pupils as shop keeper and another as a customerthe custmoer goes to the shop keeper to buy some items add up the cost and gives the shop keeper an amount

Evaluation: Teacher ask Pupils questions as regards the topic.

Week:6th

Class: primary 3

Topic: Money

Behavioural objectives:At the end of the lesson Pupils should be able to:

perform simple multiplication involving money with product not exceeding N20.

Instructional material/Reference material: Textbook, charts and pictures

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge : pupils are familiar with the topic.

Content:

1.Go mental skills with respect to multiplication of simple number e.g.

2×2, 5×2, 3×4,4×4

Guides discussion on problems involving multiplication of money with product not exceeding N20

Examples

12×3=36k

4×4=16.

Evaluation: Teacher ask Pupils questions as regards the topic.