# Fraction

Lesson Planning of Fraction

Subject Mathematics

Students` Learning Outcomes

• Recognize fraction as equal parts of a whole.
• Identify half, one third and quarter with the help of objects and figures (without writing ½ — —-, 1/3, ¼)

Information for Teachers

• A fraction is a part of a whole.
• A fraction is never bigger than the whole of itself.
• If we divide an object into two equal parts each part is called a half.

Material / Resources

Writing board, chalk / marker, duster, charts, textbook, pictures

Introduction

Development

Activity 1

• If we divide the biscuit into four equal parts so, then how will we represent it?

Explain the students that when we divide anything into four equal parts each part is called “one fourth”.

Activity 2

Activity 3

• Draw the following diagram on the board.
• Explain the students that when we divide anything into four equal parts each part is called “one fourth”.

Sum up / Conclusion

• When we divide anything in 2 equal parts each part is a half of the whole.
• When we divide into 3 equal parts each part is one third of the whole.
• When we divide any shape in 4 equal parts each part is one fourth of the whole.

Assessment