Progressive Primary Mathematics Book 6: Sample Schemes of Work: Term One


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2 Progressive Primary Mathematics Book 6: Sample : Term One WEEK 1 1 Whole Place values of pupils should be able to recognize identify the place values total values of, read write in words in figures up to hundreds of millions Revision of place values up to hundreds of thouss Counting in thouss Place value tables columns pages  pages 1 Rounding off to the nearest thous pupils should be able to round off to the nearest thous Identification of the place value of whole Drawing number lines Estimating rounding off Place value tables, number lines page page WEEK Divisibility test for 8 Squares of pupils should be able to apply the divisibility test for 8 to determine that are divisible by 8 to work out squares of up to digit, list the square between find the square of a number Listing multiples of Dividing Multiplying Listing Pupils Book page 6 pages  Pupil s book pages 78 pages 6 Square roots of out the square roots of perfect squares up to digit Multiplying Dividing numbres, charts with lists of whole up to 100 pages 89 pages 67 WEEK Addition subtraction Addition pupils should be able to add up to millions with sums not exceeding with without carrying Adding Aligning in place value charts Place value tables charts, addition tables pages pages
3 Term 1 Subtraction out subtraction of up to millions with without borrowing Subtracting Aligning in place value charts tables Place value tables, addition tables pages 11 pages 11 WEEK Number sequences recognise number sequences involving addition subtraction Adding Subtracting number Identifying number sequences Addition tables page 1 page 1 Multiplication division Multiplication pupils should be able to multiply up to digit by digit with products not exceeding Listing the multiples of Multiplying whole pages 11 pages 116 WEEK Division LCM GCD pupils should be able to divide up to digit by digit with the divisor less than the dividend out the LCM GCD of Listing the multiples of Dividing Dividing Multiplying Answering questions pages pages pages 190 page 18 WEEK 6 Fraactions Number sequences Adding fractions pupils should be able to find the missing in a given sequence pupils should be able to add up to three mixed using LCM Multiplying Dividing Finding missing Listing multiples of Listing divisors of Adding fractions Finding the LCM of Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc Pupils Book page 1 pages pages  pages 111
4 Term 1 WEEK 6 Subtracting fractions pupils should be able to subtract up to three mixed using LCM Listing multiples of Listing divisors of Subtracting fractions Finding the LCM of Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc pages 6 pages  WEEK 7 Multiplying fractions 7 pupils should be able to multiply a fraction by a fraction, by a mixed number Cutting into equal parts Counting parts of a fraction Multiplying fractions Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc pages 69 pages  WEEK 8 Dividing a fraction by a whole number Dividing a fraction by a fraction pupils should be able to divide a fraction by a whole number vice versa By the end of the topic, the pupils should be able to divide a fraction by a fraction Cutting into equal parts Counting parts of a fraction Dividing fractions Cutting into equal parts Counting parts of a fraction Dividing fractions Paper stips, fruits, cakes etc Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc pages 90 pages  pages 01 page WEEK 9 Squares square roots of fractions Number sequences out sequences of fractions the square roots of fractions recognize identify missing involving fractions Multiplying fractions Dividing fractions Multiplying fractions Dividing fractions Finding missing Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc Paper strips, fruits, cakes, etc pages 1 page 6 pages  pages 67 WEEK 10 Decimals Place values of decimals pupils should be able to read write decimals up to decimal places Multiplying by Dividing by Converting decimals to fractions vice versa Place value tables Pupils Book pages 6 pages 11
5 Term 1 WEEK 10 Rounding off decimals Addition subtraction of decimals By the of this topic, the pupils should be able to round off decimals to the nearest thousth pupils should be able to add subtract decimals up to ten thousths Multiplying by Dividing by Converting decimals to fractions vice versa Rounding off to the nearest thousth Alignment of in place value tables Adding subtracting decimals Place value tables Place value tables pages 67 pages  pages 89 page Multiplying decimals pupils should be able to multiply a decimal by a decimal Alignment of in place value tables Multiplying decimals Place value tables pages 90 page WEEK 11 Dividing decimals by whole out division involving decimals Aligning in place value tables Dividing decimal by whole Place value tables pages 1 pages  Decimals fractions pupils should be able to convert decimals to fractions vice versa Converting decimals to fractions vice versa Place value tables pages  pages 6 WEEK 1 Revision By the end of this week, the pupils should be able to do revision work on the topics covered during the term Answering questions Remedial work Doing mixed exercise 1 pages 7 pages 90 1
6 Progressive Primary Mathematics Book 6: Sample : Term Two 6 Percentage The meaning of percentage pupils should be able to convert decimals fractions to percentages vice versa Drawing a 100square grid Listing equivalent fractions Converting fractions decimals to percentage 100square grids, 100 counters pages 89 pages 1 WEEK 1 Converting fractions, decimals percentages pupils should be able to convert fractions decimals to percentages vice versa Converting fractions/decimals to percentages vice versa, 100square grids, 100 counters pages 90 pages  Calculating percentage out the percentage given quantities Converting fractions to decimals Converting fractions decimals to percentage pages 1 page Calculating amount from the percentage out quantities when given their percentage in relation to others Converting fractions/decimals to percentages vice versa Working out fractions of given quantities vice versa Calculating amount from percentage, 100 square grids, 100 counters pages  page WEEK & 7 Circles models Circles 6 construct circles using a pair of compasses identify the sector of a circle Drawing circles by tracing around objects Measuring the diameters, radii circumference of circles Deriving the relationship r = d or r = 1 d A pair of compasses, a ruler, circular objects pages 68 pages 79 Making patterns with circles pupils should be able to make patterns using circles Drawing circles by tracing around round objects Measuring the diameters, radii circumferences of circles Overlapping circles A pair of compasses, a ruler, circular objects pages 860 pages 90 1
7 Term WEEK & Cubes cuboids faces, edges vertices of cubes cuboids Drawing sorting cubes fromd cuboids Identifying faces, edges vertices of cubes cuboids Closed carton boxes, cubes cuboids pages 606 page 0 WEEK Models of cubes cuboids pupils should be able to make models of cubes cuboids using the appropriate nets Drawing sorting out cubes cuboids Opening boxes drawing nets of these boxes Closed carton boxes, cubes cuboids pages 66 pages 01 WEEK 8 Length Measuring length in millimetres Circumference diameter 6 recognize the millimetre as unit of measuring length convert mm to cm vice versa the pupils should be able to practically find the value of (pi) use its value to work out questons involving circumference Measuring length in mm, cm, m Making a ruler marked in millimetres Converting mm to cm vice versa Drawing circles measuring circumferences radii Measuring the circumference of circular objects Dividing the circumfrence by the diameter. Rulers, strips of paper Circular tins, rulers, strings pages 666 pages  pages pages  WEEK 6 9 Area Measuring area in acres hectares Area of a triangle recognize acres hectares as units of measuring area pupils should be able to find the area of a triangle using the formula A = 1 bh Finding the area of rectangles squares Converting acres, hectares m Finding the area of rectangles squares Dividing rectangles into halves through the diagonals Deriving the formula A = 1 bh Metre rule, tape measure, string, etc Rectangular square cutouts pages 707 pages 78 pages 77 pages 89 1
8 Term WEEK 7 10 Time speed Area of combined shapes borders Time in the hour clock pupils bb should be able to find the area of combined shapes borders out questions involving time in the 1hour hour clock systems Finding the area of rectangles, squares triangles Drawing combined shapes of rectangles triangles Drawing clock faces reading time in the 1hour hour clock systems Converting 1hour clock time to hour clock time vice versa Rectangular, square triangular cutouts Charts showing time in the hour clock system, clock faces pages 779 pages 960 pages 88 pages 66 Travel timetables pupils should be able to read interpret air, bus train timetables Drawing clock faces reading time using the 1hour hour clock systems Converting 1hour clock time to hour clock time vice versa Stickers showing speed limit, stopwatches pages page 6 WEEK 8 Speed out problems involving speed in km/h m/s Running short distances Timing events Calculating speed A pair of compasses, a ruler pages pages Lines Bisecting a line segment pupils should be able to bisect a line segment using a pair of compasses ruler Drawing bisecting straight lines Marking line bisectors A pair of compases, a ruler pages 909 pages WEEK 9 Constructing perpendicular lines construct perpendicular lines using a pair of compasses a ruler Drawing bisecting straight lines Constructing perpendicular bisectors A pair of compasses, a ruler pages 99 page 69 16
9 Term WEEK 9 1 Angles Constructing parallel lines Suplementary angles construct parallel lines using a pair of compasses a ruler angles on a straight line Drawing lines Drawing parallel lines Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating missing angles A pair of compasses, a ruler A protractor, a ruler Pupils Book pages 99 pages pages pages 717 Vertically opposite angles vertically opposite angles Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating missing angles A protractor, a ruler pages page 7 WEEK 10 Angles at a point angles at a point state that their sum is 60º Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating missing angles A protractor, a ruler pages pages 77 Bisecting angles pupils should be able to bisect angles using a pair of compasses a ruler only Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating mising angles A pair of compasses, a ruler pages page 7 WEEK 11 Constructing angles pupils should be able to construct angles using a pair of compasses a ruler only Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating missing angles A pair of compasses, a ruler pages pages
10 Progressive Primary Mathematics Book 6: Sample : Term Three WEEK 1 1 Volume capacity Volume Capacity 6 pupils bb should be able to find the volume of cubes cuboids in m identify the decilitre as a unit of measuring capacity carry out operations on units of capacity Drawing lines angles Rotating sticks to make angles Calculating missing angles Calculating the volume of cubes cuboids using v = l b h 1cm cubes 1litre 1decilitre containers pages pages pages pages WEEK 1 Triangles Drawing triangles pupils should be able to draw triangles using a ruler a protractor Drawing triangles A pair of compasses, a ruler, a protractor pages pages 818 Angles of a triangle pupils should be able to identify work out questions involving the exterior interior angles of a triangle Drawing triangles Calculating the angles sides of a triangle A protractor, a ruler, triangular cutouts, a pair of scissors pages page 8 WEEK 1 Mass Patterns Converting units of mass pupils should be able to make patterns involving squares, rectangles triangles use the tonne as a unit of mass convert units of mass Drawing triangles, rectangles squares Making patterns Estimating mass Converting units of mass Addition, subtraction, multiplication division involving units of mass Cutouts of rectangles, squares triangles Conversion table for the units of mass pages page 8 pages pages 886 WEEK Operations on units of mass pupils should be able to carry out addition, subtraction, multiplication division involving the units of mass Adding, subtracting, multiplying dividing Converting units of mass Conversion table for the units of mass pages 11 page 86 18
11 Term WEEK 16 Money notes Bills pupils bb should be able to work out questions involving bills Preparing a shopping list Buying selling in the classroom duka Preparing bills Classroom duka its stock pages 11 pages Profit loss work out problems involving percentage profit loss Buying selling in the classroom duka Working out profit loss Classroom duka its stock pages page 89 WEEK & 6 Postal rates 6 calculate postal charges for letters, telegrams, money orders postal orders Discussing the charges for sending airmail, telegrams, money orders postal orders Postal charges for letters, telegrams, postal orders, money orders pages 181 pages Revision Answering questions in mixed exercise Remedial work pages 11 page 9 17 Algebra Simplifying algebraic expressions pupils should be able to simplify algebraic expressions by collecting like terms together Forming algebraic expressions Simplifying algebraic expressions Assorted items like pens, pencils, books pages page 9 WEEK 7 Equations pupils should be able to solve simple equations with one unknown Comparing balancing weights of objects using a beam balance Beam balance, weights, counters pages page 96 Inequalities use greater than (>) less than s(<) correctly in algebraic expressions Comparing masses of objects using a beam balance Beam balance, weights, counters pages pages
12 Term WEEK 8 WEEK 9 18 Scale drawing 19 Tables graphs Reading writing scale Drawing to scale Bar picture graphs Line graphs pupils should be able to interpret scale drawings, read write scale in statement form pupils should be able to make scale drawings pupils should be able to interpret respesent data in bar picture graphs pupils should be able to interpret repesent data in line graphs Reading, writing interpreting scale Reading, writing interpreting scale Drawing to scale Interpreting data Drawing bar picture graphs Determining horizontal vertical scales Interpreting data Drawing line graphs Determining horizontal vertical scales Maps, plans, rulers, atlases Maps, plans, rulers, atlases Graph paper, rulers Graph paper, rulers pages pages pages 11 pages pages 117 pages pages pages Pie charts pupils should be able to interpret represent data in pie charts Interpreting data Drawing pie charts Determining the angles representing each sector Protractor, pair of compasses pages 101 page 10 WEEK 10 Travel graphs pupils should be able to interpret represent data in travel graphs Interpreting data Drawing travel graphs Determining horizontal vertical scales Graph paper, rulers pages 11 Teachers book pages The mean pupils should be able to work out the arithmetic mean of given data Interpreting data Calculating the arithmetic mean of given data Groups of data pages 11 page 106 WEEK 111 Revision pupils should be able to answer the questions in the test papers end of year examination Asking questions in the test papers 1 to pages pages
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