Lesson Plan of Subtraction
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Solve real life problems involving subtraction.
Information for Teachers
- Real life problems mean the situations or problems happening in the real world.
- Through real world application, students are able to better comprehend the practical application of subtraction. .
- While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook where and when applicable.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, chart (having the important points to solve real life problems), and Mathematics textbook
- Ask the students “have you learnt about real life problems involving subtraction in the previous class?”
- Collect their feedback and illustrate the following number story in front of the class:
- Then ask the students to tell the given and required information from the number story:
- How many story books Bilal has?
- How many story books Amana has?
- What we have to find?
- After this, call any student on the board and ask to solve this question. Provide guidance if necessary.
- Tell the students that now we will practice more real life problems involving subtraction (with or without borrowing)
- Display the following chart in front of the class:
- Explain reach point from the chart using the example from the introductory activity.
- Ask the students if they have any confusion in understanding the concept.
- Collect their feedback and provide further guidance if necessary.
- Write the following real life problem on the board:
- Ask the students to read the question twice very carefully.
- After this, ask the following questions from the students:
- What is the given information?
- What is the required information?
- How can we solve it?
- Collect their feedback and solve the question on the board with the help of the students.
- Ensure that the students are paying full attention towards the board.
- At the end, repeat the procedure to have the student’s strong grip on the concept.
Sum up / Conclusion
- Revise the procedure to solve the real life problems of subtraction with the help of the chart used in activity 1.
- Write the following question on the board:
- Ask the students to solve this question in their notebooks.
- Check the work of some students.
- Ask that students to check the work of remaining students.
- In this way, the assessment of all the students will be done and their work will be checked.
- Ask your father about monthly income and ask your mother about the monthly household expense. Find out how many rupees your father is saving per month.
- Ask the students to solve the questions given in the textbook.