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Bryanston Primary School

Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)


Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
1

Date
1/16/2017

Topic
Numbers, operations and relationships : Whole Numbers:
number sentences

Subtopic
Addition and subtraction facts for units, multiples of 10, multiples of
100 and multiples of 1 000, the additive properties of 1, Addition and
subtraction as inverse operations, Place value.

Skills and Values


SKILLS: Counting forwards and backwards in whole numbers to at
least 10 000, Ordering, comparing and representing, numbers to at
least 4-digit numbers, recognising the place value of digits in, whole
numbers to at least 4-digit numbers, rounding off to the nearest 10
and 100, writing number sentences can be seen, as a way of
preparing learners to write, algebraic equations. VALUES: The
importance of working accurately, the importance of checking
calculations

Resources:
Grade 5 PracMaths, calculator and various posters

Activities

3. Copying and completing the number patterns, filling in the missing number on
number lines. Looking at numbers -as words and vice versa

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Class lists, exhibition and


observation sheets -with
structured questions

Assessment Method:
Aural questions,
demonstrations. Oral and peer
assessment in lieu of 20
January test.

Assessment Form:

1. Explanation and exercise with regard to number differences.


2. Odd and even numbers (differentiating). Link this into place value and value of
each. Ascending and descending order.

Assessment Tool:

Reflection
Note the areas that need attention.

Class discussion, peer


grouping and various exercises
determine what is required with an emphasis on learning
enhancement.

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
2

Topic
1) Numbers, operations and relationships. 2) Patterns,
functions and algebra:

Skills and Values


SKILLS: Input, output and rule; doubling and halving in patterns; the
neaning of the = sign.

Assessment Tool:
formative and summative
assessment

VALUES: Appreciating the value of Mathematics in everyday life.


Calculating inputs, outputs and rules, solving problems, solving and
completing number, sentences by: inspection, trial and improvement,
checking solutions by substitution.

Date

Subtopic

Assessment Method:

1/18/2017

1) Number sentences 2) Addition and subtracting, making number


patterns, linking descriptions with various number patterns, Input and
output tables.

educator assessment: 24 Jan


observation, peer assessment
(with learner to learner) -with
performance assessment

Resources:
PracMaths (Grade 5)

Activities

Assessment Form:

Examples and demonstration of a missing number in various number sentences.


Finding the missing numbers -as a place holder. Changing the grouping of various
numbers to make it easier e.g., (17 +86) +3 is easier as (17 + 3) + 86.

worksheets, questionaires
allow the determination of
whether the learner is ready for
Summative i.e., the cycle test.

Linking patterns with various examples e.g., 2, 5, 8, 11 links in with adding 3 each
time. Learners make their own patterns. Various input output tables should be
done. All to prep for 24/01

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Reflection
Learners seem to have a good understanding of the concepts
and are putting a lot of effort into work. ASSESSMENT:

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
3

Topic
1) Space and shape (geometry)
2) Measurement
3) Data Handling

Date

Subtopic

1/24/2017

IDENTITY OF 2D SHAPES: octagon, triangle, septagon, square and


so forth and so on. Similarities and differences between these.
Drawing shapes on grid paper. MEASUREMENT: identification of
morning and afternoon time -on a clock. Converting seconds to
minutes, weeks to hours, days and so forth and so on . Litres and
millilitres converting DATA HANDLING: Graphing aspects of above

Skills and Values


Appreciates the value of working neatly,, methodically and accurately,
Appreciates the value of checking, calculations, Participating fairly in
games.

MEASURING: 2.1 Numerous examples with explanation of basics of telling the


time. Numerous examples and exercises using clock faces.
2.2 Examples of months, weeks, seconds (converting).
3.1 Demonstration, exercise, reflection (checking answers) dealing with litres and
millilitres

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class lists, journal with an


observation sheet

Assessment Method:
Resources:
the PracMaths (Grade 5) with some planning from the various
sources.

Activities
1) SHAPES: Spot the odd one out. Identifying the similarities and differences on
numerous examples. Make a presentation on what you can find out about shapes presentation in class.

Assessment Tool:

interviews, oral, performance


assessment with a bit of selfassessment

Assessment Form:
Reflection
An abundance of exercise will help the learners with barriers to
cope. All the exercises should be focussed on much that will be
coming up for assessment in SBA and cycle test.

Various exercises in the text


book should form the basis of
determining if the learner is
adequately prepared. -all of
the above is focussed on the
Space and shape test on 31
January.

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
4

Topic
Data Handling and Measurement

Skills and Values


VALUES: Appreciates the importance of being punctual and, using
time wisely, Appreciates the value of Mathematics in everyday life.

Assessment Tool:
class lists, observation sheets,
interviews, mini-projects

SKILLS: Reading time and time, instruments, solving problems


involving time.

Date

Subtopic

Assessment Method:

2/1/2017

1) Conducting a survey about common initials. Summarizing the data


collected, the mode, making generalizations e.g., does a, b, c imply
that the next is d? Representing data.
2) capacity in terms of ml and litres 3) Properties of 2d shapes in
terms of showing such on a graph. 4) Pictographs

peer assessment, educator


assessment, formal test on the
31st January (refer to Tap).

Activities
1) Examples of a bar graph are illustrated and explained. The learners then draw
their own bar-graph -with the guidance of the teacher. This should be done by
means of a case study.
2) Examples of bottles shown -and concretely seeing the comparison of one with
the other.
3) Various examples are shown on a graph -linking in with shapes.
4) Example and showing on the board -with an explanation and practice with
various exercises

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Resources:
Interactive whiteboard, PracMaths (Grade 5).

Assessment Form:
Cooperative -with using peer
groupings. Critical organisation
Reflection
of the class to enhance, involve
Aspects of the Data Handling should prepare the learners for the and develop weaker learners.
cycle test . All of this prepares the learners for the 21st and 28th
tests SBA, refer to TAP. Also should have allowed us to cover
enough to prepare for the cycle test on the 8th of March
(anticipating enough time for revision).

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
5

Topic
1) Numbers, operations and relationships
2) Measurement: time

Skills and Values


SKILLS: Recording data using tally marks, Analysing and interpreting
graphs, Curriculum information, What is different from grade 4?
VALUES: Appreciating the fact that data can be represented in
different ways.

Date
2/28/2017

Subtopic

Activities
1) Examples with exercises -using common routine (column).
2) Numerous examples -using a time line to help the learners see how to work out
the difference between one point in time and another. Examples in terms of days,
weeks, months and so on. Use of the calendar for various . Looking at the number
of days on the calendar i.e., between two given dates.

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Peer assessment
(heterogenous pairing) to
assess and prepare the
weaker. And master via
teaching

Assessment Method:

1) multiplying and dividing 2 digit numbers by 2 digits (6hrs) .


2) Time: Analogue and digital clocks. The time between two clocks
i.e., in hours and minutes. Converting between months, weeks and
years.

Assessment Tool:

Teacher questionaire.

Resources:
calendar, clock faces, worksheets, interactive presentations

Assessment Form:
Teacher appraisal via
worksheets with individual
Reflection
participation. Development of a
All of the content coming in at this point in time should centre on rating scale rubric.
what will be covered in the 8 March cycle test. Hence it is not
particularly applied to the SBA side of things -which ends on the
28 February.

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
6

Topic
Revision for the impending cycle test on the 8th March.
Incorporate price of items as an addition to be included in
the cycle test

Date

Subtopic

3/3/2017

Covering the mains sections that have been done in the previous
weeks. Use the SBA tests as a basis to build upon for the cycle test allowing the learners to have something to derive content.

Skills and Values


Working together and helping the other -seeing the other members
success as part of the individual seeing the social aspect of learning
(organizing).

Numerous examples and samples on worksheets. These are to be done together,


with the teacher on the interactive whiteboard. Numerous exercises are done -then
revised on the board. Learners evaluate their understanding on the basis of
corrections.
Give opportunity for learners to work interactively i.e., to have another helping to
understand. Thus we have peer evaluation and the opportunity to present what
they know -this should be at the end of the learning process.

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Sample tests, cooperative


groups (heterogenous)

Assessment Method:
Resources:
examples, test samples with questions that bear on what will be
covered in the cycle test.

Activities

Assessment Tool:

Worksheets with self marking


under the auspices of the
teacher.

Assessment Form:
Focus: each individual
component or aspect of the
Reflection
impending cycle test. Peer
All of what is cited here should be a stretch of time leading to the assistance with teacher input.
cycle test of the 8th March. It is a basis to appraise the learners
with barriers -as to whether they are ready to engage with that.

Bryanston Primary School


Grade 5 Mathematics (Mr ECM Bradley)
Lesson Plan Year: 2017
Module
7

Date
3/13/2017

Topic
1.1 ) Revision of the cycle test:
1.2 Overview and focus on the weak areas
2.1 Numbers, operations and relationships

Skills and Values

Assessment Tool:

Working together assisting, practicing and considering how one went


wrong in the course of the previous weeks esp., with regard to the
cycle test.

Diagnostic assessment -identify


where the mistakes where.
Looking at remediation
thereupon.

Subtopic
1.1-2 Revising and looking at how one did, comparing the SBA
component.
2.1 ordering numbers and comparing. Using the various signs that
indicate this <,> and =.

Assessment Method:
Resources:
SBA assessments, cycle test of the 8th March. 2) PracMaths
(Grade 5) .

Activities
1) General discussion -examples on the board. Look at mistakes esp., ., looking at
remedying the learners with barriers. From 1, we should be able to identify the
weak areas.
2) comparing numbers of sorts in terms of place value (6 digit numbers). We can
use the PracMaths (Grade 5) to do exercises in regard to these.

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Mutual assistance -cooperative


groupings in which peers assist
(with teacher oversight)

Assessment Form:
Reflection
Weak areas are identified and focussed on with respect to
remediating esp., in lieu of the expected work to be covered in
the impending terms. The procedure of 2 will be determined on
the intensity and scope of 1, the weak areas in the group i.e., on
reflecting on the cycle test and SBA.

Cycle Test mark (formal) in


which we appraise and rectify
where we went wrong.