Lesson Plan of Use of Tables & Graphs
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Read tables and charts in the classroom.
- Locate month and date in a calendar by reading across and down.
Information for Teachers
- Teacher must have a calendar.
- Students must be taught about the rows and columns of the calendar. The week days are written above horizontally in the calendar.
- Teacher must guide the students that week days are written horizontally and the subjects are written vertically.
- Teacher must do the recap of the previous lessons by asking simple questions before starting this lesson.
- Take help from the textbook to teach this lesson. Use all activities related to this lesson in the textbook.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, charts, coloured chalk, a table of days of the week
- Ask the students to see different displayed charts in the classroom.
- Ask them the question:
- Why are these charts displayed in the classroom? (Accepted answer: They give us information)
- Ask the students to find tables and charts present in the classroom. (Possible answer: timetable chart, math chart etc.)
- Ask them to read familiar words in the table and charts.
- Tell them that these tables and charts give us some information.
- Paste the following pre-pared tables of days of the week on board.
- Remind that days are capitalized.
- Ask them, ‘which fruit will we eat on Sunday?’
- Then ask them, “When will we eat an apple?”
- Ask same type of questions for all types of food and days.
- Make a table with one game to play for each day of the week.
- Show the table of days of the week, class timetable, etc.
- Tell them each block has information across and down.
- Hold a stick in your hand in your hand and point towards columns and rows of the timetable.
- Tell number of periods and the days of the week in class timetable.
- Then ask them, ‘what will we study in the first period on Monday? ‘ask them to see the next column to Monday)
- Paste the calendar on the board.
- Ask the following questions.
- What day is the 1st of July?
- What is the date two days after 13th July?
- What date is two days before 17th August?
- What day was that?
- You are going on holiday on the 23rd July for 10 days what date and month will you come back?
- You are going on holiday for 3 weeks starting on the 11th July, what day will you come back?
CREATE A CALENDAR
- Make a calendar and display it in the class.
- Decorate it with pictures and your own colours themes.
- Make them recall the months of the year and days of the week.
- Ask students: what day is it today?
- Ask them: what month is it? And show how the months and days are written?
- Point out to show them the day, date and month in a calendar.
- Repeat till all students are able to do so.
Sum up / Conclusion
- Suggest that we can use a large calendar with big numbers and can make an activity calendar of different television programs on activities done in school programs that we watch during a week.
- Show the class a calendar and ask questions about rows and columns.
- Ask the students to make an activity calendar for one week with pictures.
- Find exercises given in textbook related to this lesson.
- Asl all students either do them in the book or the notebook.