PRIMARY 2 MATHEMATICS SECOND TERM LESSON NOTES/SCHEME

MATHEMATICS LESSON PLAN

WEEK: One

CLASS: Basic one

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Open Sentence I

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES :At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

Find the missing numbers in an open sentence;

Switch equations perfectly

BUILDING BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with solving different mathematical equations

CONTENT:

OPEN SENTENCE

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Bottle tops, Number cards, charts and Dot cards

REFERENCE MATERIAL: Man Primary Mathematics UBE Edition. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus

WEEK: Two

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Open Sentence II

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to solve simple related quantitative aptitude problems.

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with solving quantitative aptitude questions

CONTENT:

OPEN SENTENCE

EXAMPLES:

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: MAN Primary Mathematics for Primary Schools. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

WEEK: Three

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Money

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

enumerate the uses of money.

recognizes all types of Nigerian coins and bank notes

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with naira notes

CONTENT:

MONEY

Money is a means of exchange in Nigeria. We buy and sell with money in Nigeria.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: Nigerian coins and bank notes, Charts of coins and bank notes, Various articles with price tag less than N5.

REFERENCE MATERIAL: MAN Primary Mathematics for Primary Schools. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

What do we do with money?

N 20 + N 10 = N ……………..

N 10 = N 5 + N ………..

WEEK: four

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Money II

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to change money up to N20 into small units and shop with money not greater than N20.

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with shopping with money

CONTENT:

MONEY II

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: Pictures, charts and textbook

REFERENCE MATERIAL: MAN Primary Mathematics for Primary Schools. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

How much will i need to buy:

2 buckets?

A rake and a be

WEEK: Five

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Length I

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

compare their natural units with another e.g. arm’s length.

identify the differences in arm’s length and other parts of the body used for measurement.

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils can measure with their natural units

CONTENT:

LENGTH I

Length refers to how long or short an object is. The length of an object can be measured with a meter ruler, hand span, arms length, tape rule etc

When we use the part of our body to measure an object, our result will not be the same as others result because our body parts are of different sizes, but when we use an instrument of measurement, we get an accurate answer.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: The classroom, the pupils, meter ruler

REFERENCE MATERIAL: MAN Primary Mathematics for Primary Schools. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

Measure the length following using your hand span and arms length

Teacher’s table

Chalk board

Your mathematics textbook

WEEK: Six

CLASS: Basic Two

SUBJECT: Mathematics

TOPIC: Length II

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

uses meters and centimeters as standard measuring units.

identify the need for lengths and measurement using standardized units

BUILDING A BACKGROUND: Pupils are familiar with taking measurement at a tailor’s shop

CONTENT:

LENGTH II

When you go to a tailor’s shop to sew a dress, you will find out that they measure you with a tape rule. They do this so as to get your actual size so the dress doesn’t become too loose or tight. So, it is very important that we use our measuring instruments to take measurements.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL: meter ruler, tape rule, chart

REFERENCE MATERIAL: MAN Primary Mathematics for Primary Schools. Book 2

EVALUATION: Pupils are evaluated thus:

Using a centimeter ruler, measure the length of the following objects