# MATHEMATICS

## Percentages : Meaning and Conversion of Percentages to Decimals Mathematics Primary 5 Second Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Term: First Term Week: 3 Topic: Converting Percentages to Decimal Sub-topic: Understanding the relationship between percentages and decimals Duration: 40 minutes Behavioural Objectives: Students will be able to convert percentages to decimals correctly. Students will understand the concept of fractions and decimals in percentages. Key Words: Percentages, Decimals, Conversion, Fractions,

## Highest Common Factor HCF Mathematics Primary 5

Lesson Plan Presentation Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Term: Second Term Week: 2 Topic: HCF – The Use of Prime Factors Duration: 45 minutes Entry Behaviour: Recall previous knowledge of factors and prime numbers. Key Words: HCF, Prime factors, Factors, Numbers. Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Define

## Revision Mathematics Primary 3 Week 11 First Term Plan Lesson Notes

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 3 Term: First Term Week: 11 Topic: Revision (Addition and Subtraction of Decimal, Writing Arabic Numerals in Roman Numerals, and Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers in Story Problems) Sub-topic: – Duration: 45 minutes Entry Behaviour: Students are expected to have prior knowledge of basic addition and subtraction concepts, understanding of

## Types of Fractions Mathematics Primary 6

Fractions are a way to represent parts of a whole or the division of a quantity into equal parts. They consist of two numbers: the numerator (the number on top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom). The numerator represents the part or quantity you have, and the denominator represents the whole or the

## Comparing and Ordering Numbers Improvement on Counting and Reading Skills Mathematics Primary 1 First Term Lesson Notes Week 6

Class: Primary 1 Subject: Mathematics Topic: Comparing and Ordering Numbers (Improvement on Counting and Reading Skills) Sub-topic: Counting from 41 to 50, Comparing Numbers with <, >, and = Signs Time: 45 minutes Duration: One class period Day: Week 6 Reference Book(s): Primary 1 Mathematics Textbook Instructional Materials: Number cards (41 to 50) Whiteboard and

## Finding the LCM of 2 or 3 digits using the Multiple Method and Prime Factors Method Mathematics Primary 6 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

Subject: Mathematics Class : Primary 6 Topic: Finding the LCM of 2 or 3 digits using the Multiple Method and Prime Factors Method Duration: 1 hour Term: First Term Week: 5 Previous Lesson: Factors and Multiples Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to: Understand the concept of LCM (Least

## Prime Numbers Odd Numbers Even Numbers Lowest Common Multiple Highest Common Factor Mathematics Primary 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

Title: Identification of Prime and Composite Numbers, LCM, and HCF Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Term: First Term Week: 5 Topic: Prime Numbers, LCM, and HCF Duration: 45 minutes Learning Objectives: To identify odd and even numbers. To recognize prime numbers less than 200. To understand the concept of Lowest Common Multiple (LCM). To comprehend

## Counting Roman Numerals Up to 1000 Mathematics Primary 4 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

Grade: Primary 4 Subject: Mathematics Topic: Roman Numerals Duration: 45 minutes Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to: Understand the basic concept of Roman numerals. Identify Roman numerals from I to X and their corresponding values. Convert Arabic (standard) numbers to Roman numerals. Convert Roman numerals to Arabic numbers.

## Counting Skills Numbers from 320 to 350 Writing skills ordering of numbers using less than, greater than and equal to symbols to be compare numbers Mathematics Primary 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

Lesson Plan: Counting and Ordering Numbers (Numbers 320 to 350) Grade: Primary 2 Subject: Mathematics Term: First Term Week: 5 Duration: 45 minutes Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to: Count from 320 to 350 in sequence. Understand and use the less than (<), greater than (>), and equal

## Whole Numbers – Ordering and writing of Numbers from 1 To 40

Subject: Mathematics  [mediator_tech] Term: First Term  Class :Primary 1 Week : Week 5 Topic: Whole Numbers – Ordering and writing of Numbers from 31 To 40. Reverse Counting of Numbers. Mathematics Primary 1 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5 [mediator_tech] Previous lesson:  The pupils have previous knowledge of Introduction To Numbers 31 and 32 that