# Numeration and notation of numbers

## Third Term

TERM THREE

Week 1 & 2

Topic: Numeration and notation of numbers- 100 – 150

Odd numbers and even numbers

Writing in words and figures

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to write 1 – 150; identify odd and even numbers;write some numbers in figures

Week 3 PAGE 17

Topic: Introduce the equality sign ( =)

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to state that equality the equality sign is a regular part of mathematical expression e.g 3 + 3 = 6,2 X 5 = 10 etc. And that it indicates the final answer in mathematical calculations.

Lesson: 4 Lessons

Week 4

Topic: Addition of numbers with renaming

Objectives: At the end of the lesson , pupils should be able to carry out addition of numbers with renaming .

Lesson: 4 Lessons

Materials: beads, buttons, and charts

Activities: The teacher explains how to to do addition with renaming by adding numbers gradually under tens and units e.g T U

3 4 oooo Note : 4 + 8 = 12

+2 8 oooooooo 12 is more than a unit . 12 is 1 tens 2units

————————- write 1 under tens and 2 under units.

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The techer should also explain that if a number is more than 9, it is should be written under tens while the numbers belownine should be written under units.

Evaluation: practical evaluation

Week 5

Topic: Subtraction with renaming

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to do do subtraction of numbers with renaming.

Lesson: 4 Lessons

Materials: beads , buttons, charts

PAGE 18 Activities: The teacher should explain the needs for carrying while subtracting i.e borrowing from tens eg T U

3 1

-1 9

——————

1 2

Evaluation: practical evaluation

Week 6 & 7

Topic: Introduce pictorial fraction

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to state the names of fractional parts.

Lesson: 8 Lessons

Materials : plastic fractional parts and charts on fraction.

Activities: The teacher explains the following to the pupils ( 1 ) How many are these? ( 2 ) A whole has been divided ½( 3) A part has been shaded ½ . The teacher mentions the fractional parts etc.

Evaluatiation : practical evaluation

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