# TeacherCourse levelFS maths level 1Date timeWeek 12TimeRoomNumber of learners Aim

TeacherCourse levelFS maths level 1Date timeWeek 12TimeRoomNumber of learners Aim(s) of LessonTIME READING AND USING Read, measure and record time in both 12 and 24 hour clocks. Calculating time and the equivalence between time in hour and min fraction. Link to previous lessonLink to next lessonFour functions addition, subtraction, multiplication divisionTIME CALCULATIONS Learning outcomesStretch and challengeBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to Recall time facts Demonstrate how to tell the time in analogue Identify English ways of telling the time Demonstrate how to tell the time in digital Add and subtract time Convert between hours minutes Addsubtract time to design timetable Create timetables/rotas for a vocational area where they would need to do so in the future. (Nursery rota/football tournament timetable)Opportunities to develop skills in English, Maths and ICT skills Embedding British values (History of time) Use of Ipads to research questions on time (ICT skills) Use of addition, subtract, fractions in time (Maths) Use of dictionary Use of mathematical language Embedding English by discussing vocabulary related to time and rota.Links to individual learner targets (which of your students targets are addressed in this lesson)Use of 4 rules of operation AssumptionsCultural differences for methods of mental arithmetic. Anticipated problems Solutions and any special arrangementsWill have trouble if a poor understanding of the four mathematical calculations of time Use of clock to be able to add and subtract time Opportunities to promote key themesStudents will be encouraged to maintain a professional classroom manner throughout in preparation for any future employment they may undertake. Time plan Time/stageTeaching and learning Learners needed Assessment5 Minutes 5 Minutes 5 Minutes 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 10 Minutes 10 Minutes Introduction – Assess prior knowledge of time – Stating learning objective and target setting Icebreaker Assess learners knowledge of time Recall time facts How many seconds in a Minute How many minutes in a day How many hours in a day How many days in a week How many weeks in a month How many months in a year How many weeks in a year How many days in a year Embedding History British values Greenwich Meantime How long it take the Earth spin on it axis AM Ante Meriden Morning PM Post Meriden Afternoon Assess the learner knowledge of time Ask what is the difference between – Identify the difference between Digital and analogue Explain Analogue use of a big and small hand How to tell the time on 12 hours oclock Recall English ways of telling the time (Linking the topic of fractions to minutes) Quarter past the hour 15 Min Half past the hour 30 Min 90mins (football Match) 1.30 How to tell the time on a 24 hour oclock Add and subtract time Lead from the white board Exam question Recap learning objective Assess learning of the learners Extension Use of the four number rule to convert between hours minutes All VARK learners All VARK learners Visual Audio Read Learners All VARK learners All VARK learners All VARK learners All VARK learners All VARK learners All VARK learners (Mini white board) All VARK learners All VARK learners All VARK learners Independent learning Group assessment Group assessment Question and answer Group assessment Workbooks Question and answer Question and answer Individual Assessment Peer to peer Assessment Self-evaluation Group Assessment Question and answer Group discussion Group discussion Individual Assessment Group discussion Peer to Peer assessment Individual Assessment Group feedback Group Discussion Question and answer Group Discussion Question and answer Y, dXiJ(x(I_TS1EZBmU/xYy5g/GMGeD3Vqq8K)fw9

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