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Course Outline Department: Department of foreign languages (bilingual) Teacher’s name:

Name of Subject: Mathematics

Code: ma14201

Mr. Reagan V. Beding

Level:  Primary

1st - 2nd Semester / 2014

 Secondary P4/1-6

Subject:  Main Subject

 Optional Subject

 Development Activities for Students

 Others

1) Course Description This course is concerned with the study of numbers up to 100,000, factors and multiples, Lines, angles, rectangles, squares, perimeter and area, In addition, it covers the concept in finding sum, difference, product and quotient of whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Furthermore, solving problems using information presented in tables and graphs, drawing and labeling geometrical figures, symmetry and solid figures and designing and making tessellations are included in this course. 2) Grade-Level Indicators (The Basic Education Core Curriculum) 3) Learning Objectives ( 1st Semester ) Indicators of Semester 1. To make students capable of finding place value and rounding up numbers up to 100,000 2. To make students proficient in calculating products and quotients of given numbers following mathematical procedure properly 3. To develop students skills in listing multiples and factors of whole numbers up to 100

In accordance with government curriculum

4. To sharpen students skill in drawing and identifying horizontal lines, perpendicular lines and vertical lines using a ruler and a set square 5. To let students Integrate their knowledge and skills in constructing and labeling of angles using protractors 6. To let students use the properties of a rectangle and square in finding the unknown angles 7. To expand students’ knowledge in solving problems involving perimeter and area of squares and rectangles 8. To sharpen students’ ability in finding the sum, difference, product and quotient of like and unlike fractions 9. To Develop students skills in Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals 10. To enhance students’ knowledge in solving problems involving tables and graphs 11. To elevate students’ knowledge in identifying and describing a rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, isosceles triangle, a right-angled triangle and an equilateral triangle 12. To upgrade students’ skills in designing and making tessellation patterns. 13. To let students integrate their skills and knowledge in identifying symmetric figures and determining the line of symmetry 14. To make students capable of Identifying cubes and cuboids and stating the number of unit cubes that make up a solid

4) Analyze the course description to be the contents for teaching. ( 1st Semester ) Contents (Strand)/

Indicators

Units of learning / Amounts of Periods

Standards

Teaching Materials

How to Evaluate Evaluations

Tools

1. Find place

Unit 1: Numbers up to 100,000

-abacus

-recitation

-Microsoft

value and

(7periods)

-place value

-question and

word/ excel

round up

May 14 to June 20, 2014

chart

-colored

numbers up to

-textbooks

-quizzes

pencils

100,000

-worksheets

-seatwork

-markers

-test

-Group work

-pens/pencils

questionnaires

-power point

-flash cards

presentation

-list of

-math

vocabularies

websites

Maximum marks

15

-video clips 2. Find the

Unit 2: multiplication and division -Multiplication

-recitation

-Microsoft

product and

(5 periods)

table

-question and

word/ excel

quotient of

June 23- July 4, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

given numbers

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

following

-test

-seatwork

-markers

mathematical

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens/pencils

procedure

-flash cards

properly

-power point presentation -math

15

websites

3. List

Unit 3: Factors and multiples

-Multiplication

-recitation

-Microsoft

multiples and

(7 periods)

table

-question and

word/ excel

factors of

July 7-18, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

whole

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

numbers up to

-test

-seatwork

-markers

100

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens/pencils

-flash cards

-power point

-video clips

presentation

20

-math websites

4. Draw and

Unit 4: Lines

-pictures

-recitation

-Microsoft

identify

(5 periods)

-drawings

-question and

word/ excel

horizontal

July 21-25, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

lines,

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

perpendicular

-test

-seatwork

-markers

lines and

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens/pencils

vertical lines

-flash cards

-power point

using a ruler

-video clips

presentation

15

and a set

-math

square

websites -ruler -set square

5. Construct

Unit 5: Angles ( 5 periods)

-textbooks

-recitation

-Microsoft

and label

July 28-August 15, 2014

-worksheets

-question and

word/ excel

angles using

-test

-colored

protractors

questionnaires

-quizzes

pencils

-flash cards

-seatwork

-markers

-list of

-Group work

-pens/pencils

vocabularies

-power point

-video clips

presentation

10

-math websites -protractors 6. Find

Unit 6: Rectangles and Squares

-drawings

-recitation

-Microsoft

unknown

(4 periods)

-pictures

-question and

word/ excel

angles of

August 18-29, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

rectangles and

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

squares

-test

-seatwork

-markers

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens/pencils

-flash cards

-power point

-list of

presentation

vocabularies

-math

10

-video clips

websites

7. Solve

Unit 7: Perimeter and Area

-drawings

-recitation

-Microsoft

problems

(7 periods)

-pictures

-question and

word/ excel

involving

September 1-september 30,

-textbooks

-colored

perimeter or

2014

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

area of

-test

-seatwork

-markers

squares and

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens/pencils

rectangles

-flash cards

-power point

-list of

presentation

vocabularies

-math

-video clips

websites

5) Contents of subjects 1st Semester Time Duration Beginning of the session – Mid-term

Post – Midterm – Final

Subject Contents -

Numbers up to 100,000

-

Multiplication and Division

-

Factors and Multiples

-

Lines

-

Angles

-

Rectangles and Squares

-

Perimeter and Area

15

6) Evaluation Average marks for evaluation Authentic Assessment: Written / Practical Exam

=

…60…… : …40………

(Depend on each Subject)

Evaluation of Learning Objectives

Semester

Learning Objectives (Items)

1

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

7) Details of Evaluation 1st Semester/2014

Pre-test marks:

30 Marks (Authentic Assessment) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items)

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

1

-

exercises from textbooks(units 1-4)

10

2

-

quizzes( worksheets questions from units 1-4)

10

-

recitation

10

Mid-term marks:

20 Marks (Written/Practical Exam) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items) 3

Criteria Followed for Assessment -

Factors and Multiples

marks 10

4

-

Multiplication and Division

10

Post-Test marks : 30 Marks (Authentic Assessment) Maximum Learning Objectives (Items)

Portfolio

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

5

-

exercises from textbooks (Units 5-7)

10

6

-

Quizzes (worksheets questions from units 5-7)

10

-

Recitation

10

:

Marks Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items)

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

-

--

-

Final marks :

20 Marks (Written/Practical Exam) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items) 7.

Criteria Followed for Assessment -

Multiple choice test (Perimeter and Area)

marks 20

2nd Semester/2014 Learning Objectives (2nd Semester) In accordance with

Indicators of Semester

government curriculum

8. Find the sum, difference, product and quotient of like and unlike fractions 9. Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals 10. Solve problems involving tables and graphs 11. Identify and name a rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, isosceles triangle, a right-angled triangle and an equilateral triangle 12. Design and make tessellation patterns. 13. Identify symmetric figures and determine the line of symmetry 14. Identify cubes and cuboids then state the number of unit cubes that make up a solid Analyze the course description to be the contents for teaching. ( 2nd Semester) Contents (Strand)/

Indicators

Units of learning / Amounts of Periods

Standards

Teaching Materials

How to Evaluate Evaluations

Tools

8. Find the

Unit 8: Fractions

-fraction circle

-recitation

-Microsoft

sum,

(7 periods)

-textbooks

-question and

word/ excel

difference,

October 20 to November 7,

-worksheets

-colored

product and

2014

-test

-quizzes

pencils

questionnaires

-seatwork

-markers

quotient of like

Maximum marks

15

and unlike

-flash cards

-Group work

-pens

fractions

-list of

-pencils

vocabularies

-power point

-video clips

presentation

-multiplication

-math

table

websites

Unit 9: Decimals

-decimal board

-recitation

-Microsoft

subtract,

(5 periods)

activity set

-question and

word/ excel

multiply and

November 10-21, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

divide

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

decimals

-test

-seatwork

-markers

questionnaires

-Group work

-

-flash cards

pens/pencils

-list of

-power point

vocabularies

presentation

-video clips

-math

10

websites ………………

10. Solve

Unit 10: Tables and Graphs

-bar chart

-recitation

-Microsoft

………………

problems

(5 periods)

-pictograph

-question and

word/ excel

………

involving

November 24-December 5 2014

-textbooks

-colored

tables and

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

graphs

-test

-seatwork

-markers

10

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens

-flash cards

-pencils

-list of

-power point

vocabularies

presentation

-video clips

-math websites

11. Identify

Unit 11: geometrical figures

-Laminated

-recitation

-Microsoft

and name a

(7 periods)

shapes

-question and

word/ excel

rectangle,

December 8-19, 2014

-textbooks

-colored

square,

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

parallelogram,

-test

-seatwork

-markers

rhombus,

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens

trapezium,

-flash cards

-pencils

isosceles

-list of

-power point

triangle, a

vocabularies

presentation

right-angled

-video clips

-math

triangle and an

15

websites

equilateral triangle …

12. Design and Unit 12: Tessellation

-tackle box

-recitation

-Microsoft

……………

make

(5 periods)

textbooks

-question and

word/ excel

tessellation

January 5-22, 2015

-worksheets

-colored

-test

-quizzes

pencils

patterns.

20

questionnaires

-seatwork

-markers

-flash cards

-Group work

-pens

-list of

-pencils

vocabularies

-power point

-video clips

presentation -math websites

13. Identify

Unit 13 Symmetry: (4 periods)

-shapes

symmetric

January 25 to February 14, 2015 -drawings

-recitation

-Microsoft

-question and

word/ excel

figures and

-textbooks

-colored

determine the

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

line of

-test

-seatwork

-markers

symmetry

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens

-flash cards

-pencils

-list of

-power point

vocabularies

presentation

-video clips

-math

15

websites

14. Identify

Unit 14: Solid Figures (7

-dices

-recitation

-Microsoft

cubes and

periods)

-drawings

-question and

word/ excel

cuboids then

February 15, 2015 onwards

-textbooks

-colored

-worksheets

-quizzes

pencils

state the

15

number of unit

-test

-seatwork

-markers

cubes that

questionnaires

-Group work

-pens

make up a

-flash cards

-pencils

solid

-list of

-power point

vocabularies

presentation

-video clips

-math websites

Contents of subjects 2nd Semester Time Duration

Beginning of the session – Mid-term

Post – Midterm – Final

Evaluation

Subject Contents -

Fractions

-

Decimals

-

Tables and Graphs

-

Geometrical figures

-

Tessellation

-

Symmetry

-

Solid figures

Average marks for evaluation Authentic Assessment: Written / Practical Exam

= …60……: …40………

(Depend on each Subject)

Evaluation of Learning Objectives Semester

Learning Objectives (Items)

2

8,9,10,11,12,13,14

Details of Evaluation

Pre-test marks:

30 Marks (Authentic Assessment) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items)

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

8.

-

exercises from textbooks(Units 8-11)

10

9.

-

quizzes( Questions from Units 8-11)

10

-

recitation

10

Mid-term marks: 20 Marks (Written/Practical Exam)

Maximum Learning Objectives (Items)

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

10.

-

Multiple choice (tables and graphs)

10

11.

-

Multiple choice (geometrical figures)

10

Post-Test marks :

30 Marks (Authentic Assessment) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items)

Portfolio

Criteria Followed for Assessment

marks

12.

-

exercises from textbooks(Units 8-11)

10

13.

-

quizzes( Questions from Units 8-11)

10

-

recitation

10

: Marks Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items) ……………………..

Criteria Followed for Assessment

-

……………………………………………..

marks …………………

Final marks :

20 Marks (Written/Practical Exam) Maximum

Learning Objectives (Items) 14.

Criteria Followed for Assessment -

Multiple choice (Solid figures)

marks 20