# Lesson Plan of Division

## Students` Learning Outcomes

• Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (with zero remainder).

### Information for Teachers

• To divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers, first divide the tens then the ones.
• The number that we divide is called dividend.
• The number by which we divide is called divisor.
• The answer of division is called quotient.
• The number which is left over after division is called remainder. • While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook where and when applicable.

### Material / Resources

Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, Mathematics textbook

### Introduction

Activity 1

• Write on the board: Activity 2

• Call any student to solve it on the board. • Check the work and appreciate the student.
• Write on the board: divide 16 by 3. • Ask the students, can you solve this question?
• After their feedback, tell them that the same method of multiplication table will be used to solve this.
• Tell the students that first we draw the symbol of division.
• Write ‘16’ inside the symbol and ‘13’ outside it.
• Ask the students to read table of 3 loudly and stop at the number ‘15’.
• Explain to them that ‘15’ comes at number ‘5’, so it is the required answer.
• Put 5 above 15 as quotient.
• Write the product of 3 and 5 below 15 and subtract.
• The number ‘0’ is left over which is remainder. • In the end define all the terms used in this question.

### Development

Activity 1

• Write on the board: • Tell the students that first we draw the symbol of division.
• Then write dividend i.e. 24 inside the symbol and divisor i/e/ 2 outside it. • Tell them that ‘24’ doesn`t come in the multiplication table of 2, so we first divide the number at the tens place.
• Write 1 as quotient at the tens place. • Bring down 4 ones from the dividend and divide by 2. • Write 2 as quotient at the ones place.
• ‘0’ is left over which is remainder.
• The required answer is 12.

Activity 2

• Write on the board: • Call any student on the board and ask to solve it.
• Provide guidance where needed.
• Check the work and appreciate the student.
• Repeat this activity for solving some more questions.

### Sum up / Conclusion

• To divide 2-digit numbers, first divide the tens then ones. • The number that we divide is called dividend.
• The number by which we divide is called divisor.
• The answer of the division is called quotient.
• The number which is left over after division is called remainder.

### Assessment

• Ask the students to solve the question in their notebooks: • Check the work and guide them if further needed.

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